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PrimeZone Expands Media Reach in Asia

PrimeZone Expands Media Reach in Asia

LOS ANGELES, (PRIMEZONE) -- PrimeZone Media Network today announced a major expansion of its Asian media distribution.

The newly developed PrimeZone Asia Distribution Network reaches thousands of general, financial, consumer and trade media, as well as national newswire services in 13 Asian countries.

Countries covered in this new network are China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, India, Australia and New Zealand.

"This is another step in the development of PrimeZone's global distribution network," said PrimeZone CEO Tom Madden. "Our Asia Distribution Network provides companies and agencies excellent reach at a cost-effective price."

Added Madden: "PrimeZone's Asia Distribution Network can also be customized to meet specific media needs."

As part of the distribution, news releases are translated into local Asian languages by professional in-country news translators and are disseminated directly to the journalists' desktops. PrimeZone's state-of-the-art news delivery technology supports both English and Asian languages.

About PrimeZone

PrimeZone Media Network , the global newswire pricing leader, electronically delivers timely information to members of the news media, investment community and the general public. Based in Los Angeles, PrimeZone operates one of the world's largest full-text news release, photo and multimedia content distribution services. The company's network reaches more than 6,000 daily newspapers and wire services, 3,500 online sites, and 750,000 financial desktops.

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