Content: TinBu Partners with Nielsen to Develop Interactive Box Office Content Channel

TinBu, a provider of interactive content to online media groups around the world, introduced a Spanish language version of their interactive movie/box office content channel developed in conjunction with Nielsen EDI. This Spanish language interactive Box Office Content Channel was built using box office data supplied by Nielsen EDI, and the patent-pending technology developed by TinBu.

TinBu is now entering into licensing and distribution agreements with online media companies who wish to add this new Spanish language interactive box office content channel to their Web site(s).

This new Spanish language interactive Box Office Content Channel is also available in English. It will cover movie data and information for the U.S.A., and will be searchable by local DMA`s as well.

The Box Office Entertainment Channel is available to Web publishers as a standalone content platform, or with built in revenue generation through integrated advertising. 


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