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Multimedia, Inc. Announces Special Advertising Sections in Leading European and Asian Newspapers.

ORLANDO, Fla. -- Multimedia, Inc. (www.multimediausa.com), today announced the development of special advertising sections (SAS) in Europe and Asia promoting the business relationship between the United States and each featured country as part of its 15th Anniversary celebration. The sections will be produced by each country's leading newspaper to keep with the necessary local flavor and insight, and will be published in each country's language.

Multimedia, Inc., based in the United States since 1991, is a leading international media representative. Editorial for the Multimedia's SAS will analyze the business environment between the United States and each featured country under editorial guidelines established by the company. A minimum of 40% space will be reserved for editorial contents.

According to Fernando Mariano, president of Multimedia, these special advertising sections will be extremely helpful for American companies to identify new potential markets and reach key decision-makers looking to increase business with the U.S. "Multimedia will be providing an invaluable tool for American companies and institutions looking for business opportunities in the giant economies of Asia and the Eastern European nations that recently joined the European Union," said Mariano.

The issue dates for the Multimedia's SAS were carefully selected according to the best day of the week and the best period of the year for each newspaper/country. The sections will be inserted within leading newspapers exclusively represented by Multimedia, according to the following schedule: February 10th - Nepszabadsag (Hungary); February 22nd - Gazeta Prawna (Poland); March 11th - Diena (Latvia); March 23rd - Eesti Paevaleht (Estonia); April 2nd - To Vima (Greece); May 10th - Diario de Noticias (Portugal); May 27th - Mlada Fronta DNES (Czech Republic); June 10th - Delo (Slovenia); August 20th - Hindustan Times (India); September 6th - Bursa (Romania); September 20th - JoongAng Ilbo (South Korea); Oct. 13th - Russia - Ekonomika i Zhizn; October 28th - Pravda (Slovakia); November 12th - People's Daily (China); and November 20th - The Standard (Hong Kong).

Next year Multimedia celebrates 15 years of experience serving advertising agencies and direct accounts worldwide with media placement services. It has a network of 75 agents in 28 countries across the world, and operates its own sales team headquartered in Orlando, Florida. Multimedia is the exclusive worldwide advertising representative for leading Latin American media including pan regional media and packages. It represents on an exclusive basis leading European and Asian publications for the U.S. market.
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