WoozyFly.com Goes Global with Chinese Community Site Jinti.com: WoozyFly To Power Music Section of Jinti.com's 20 Million Monthly User Site Offers Unique Marketing Opportunities for Advertisers to Reach the Chinese Youth Marketplace

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WoozyFly.com, (http://www.WoozyFly.com), the online music media company devoted to independent artists, and Chinese community and social networking site, Jinti.com (http://www.jinti.com) have entered into a strategic partnership. A new International Music Section in the Jinti Web site, powered by WoozyFly, will be launched through the partnership.

Additionally, with WoozyFly's strong contacts in the American advertising community, and with Jinti's strong professional marketing and sales team in New York and Shanghai, we look forward to many global marketing partnerships with them.

    WoozyFly will provide the content and delivery for Jinti's new online music section, expanding WoozyFly's global reach to include more than 20 million monthly users in China.

WoozyFly will supply music videos from today's independent artists as well as WoozyFly's slate of professional produced shows such as The Set At JSM and Live at the Loft; and Woozy-mation, WoozyFly's original music video animations to Jinti.com. The partnership will also offer companies strategic marketing opportunities enabling them to reach the Chinese market place -- an audience that worldwide advertisers are especially anxious to reach before and during the upcoming Olympics in Beijing.

"Partnering with Jinti.com is part of our ongoing global strategy to become the number one worldwide music source of indie music," said Jonathan Bomser, President and CEO of WoozyFly. "With the upcoming Olympic games in Beijing, this partnership also places WoozyFly's advertisers in a very advantageous position of being able to tap into the Chinese youth marketplace that few American companies are able to offer online at this time."

"WoozyFly's growing library of outstanding independent musical content and unique delivery system will work well with existing Jinti's powerful viral marketing structure built on jinti.com and will help us attract even more of China's youth, which is key to our continued growth and appeal to advertisers worldwide," said Jin Zhao, CEO, Jinti.com. "Additionally, with WoozyFly's strong contacts in the American advertising community, and with Jinti's strong professional marketing and sales team in New York and Shanghai, we look forward to many global marketing partnerships with them."

In addition, Jinti.com will directly link back to WoozyFly's musician pages and other sections to find out more information on the bands and their labels. In the upcoming months, WoozyFly will be setting up an online music store for Jinti.com users interested in purchasing the latest in independent music.

Jinti is a leading e-marketing solution provider in China with offices in Shanghai and New York. Jinti owns and operates the popular website Jinti.com which provides community and social networking services to Chinese communities in over 90 cities throughout China. Jinti.com platforms include its successful in-depth multi channels of business services provided to the local Chinese communities.

WoozyFly is an online music media company devoted to independent music that has deconstructed the traditional model and is introducing a completely new approach to music. Among the strategic alliances and partnerships that Woozyfly has are major indie labels including Blackheart Records Group, Robbins Entertainment, Eagle Rock Entertainment, Defend Music and The End Records. Woozyfly.com, a multimedia network where artists, fans and EJs (Electronic Jockeys) can dynamically interact together on one site using the latest intuitive technology, has more than 1000 bands representing 16 musical genres. Fans, Artists and EJs can create their own music shows, share videos and tracks, view WoozyFly's very own produced programs featuring the hottest artists on the site, as well as keep in touch with the latest news from some of the world's finest independent artists.

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