UVuMobile and Comunidad M Team Up

UVuMobile, a mobility solutions and software provider,  has entered into a revenue sharing agreement with Comunidad M, a Silicon Valley-based consortium of digital and new media specialists specializing in gaming and video sharing applications for the Hispanic market.

uVuMobile will develop a private-branded service offering for Comunidad M that will include both on-deck and off-deck programming such as live and on-demand audio and video, Web site hosting, content downloads to PCs, content delivery to mobile phones, SMS and PSMS services, among others, creating a Spanish social community within it.

In addition, this exciting new partnership will receive support through advertising, Web site promotions, publicity and promotional activities sponsored by Comunidad M.

Comunidad M reaches audiences throughout Latin America, the Caribbean as well as the U.S. Hispanic Market, with a base of over two million subscribers.


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