Directory of digital media firms planned
Amman, January 31, 2012
MediaME.com, a leading user-generated online community for advertising and media professionals, will publish a directory of the digital marketing communications companies in the region.
The “Who’s Who in Digital Media Middle East 2012” will feature profiles of the region’s digital media (owners, representatives, networks … etc), digital marketing agencies, interactive design companies, monitoring and research services, content providers and aggregators and other related service companies, said a statement.
mediaME’s parent company MediaScope has been a leading publisher of such directories in Jordan for over a decade, including the Who’s Who in Jordan’s Advertising & Media and Who’s Who in Jordan’s ICT.
The guide will offer a unique company profile format including corporate profile text, company logo, key staff photos, major clients and contacts; and therefore provides a comprehensive and accessible information package on the leading companies operating in the field, it said.
The online edition has already been launched as a section on mediaME (whoswho.mediame.com), which will benefit from being part of the largest online community of marketing communications professionals in the Middle East (over 13,500 registered members and over 50,000 unique monthly visitors). It will also be available as a section on the mediaME Mobile App.
The print edition will be published in March, whereby 10,000 copies will be distributed free of charge to a database of major advertising clients and agencies across the Middle East covering GCC, Levant and Egypt; in addition to distribution at media and marketing exhibitions, digital media conferences and events and more. – TradeArabia News Service
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