We want partners who are forward thinking. We want companies and people who are ready to lead the way in delivering a product that we can all take pride in and create a valuable asset for each community; something the viewer can depend on day in and day out.
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Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 2, 2008
The Local News Network announces the launch of the world's first all local news and information television network. Through a combination of industry leading technology partners, proprietary work flow and advertising systems, and content redistribution partnerships, The Local News Network is the first television network that is produced and distributed to markets across the US on a unique and individual basis.
"We've taken a forward thinking approach to the news content delivery systems in this country," Scott Park, President/CEO, "the Newspaper Industry in general is having a difficult time reinventing itself and the web mileage is maxed out. This is their Next Big Thing." As cable service providers continue to battle for market share against other cable and phone companies, the need for a new competitive edge has never been more crucial. The Local News Network is set up to broadcast Hyper- Local News Channels into just about any market. In some larger, more segmented markets, the channel can be be broken into specific, customized channels of multiple communities within the market. " We want partners who are forward thinking. We want companies and people who are ready to lead the way in delivering a product that we can all take pride in and create a valuable asset for each community; something the viewer can depend on day in and day out." Broadcast affiliates partnering with the Local News Network will get their very own branded 24/7 news channel to be used on the additional bandwidth of the digital spectrum. "The value of this technology to the broadcast affiliates is tremendous because of the additional revenue that will be generated from advertisers. It will also give broadcasters more options when negotiating with cable service providers for retransmissions. Anyone interested can find more information at TheLNN.com.
Email: Spark at TheLNN dot com
Telephone: (478) 256-7971
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