MediaMap

MediaMap

(MediaMap, Watertown, MA) The former company name and brand of a public relations information service for the high-tech industry that maintained profiles of all technology reporters and analysts, editorial lists and schedules for every major media organization.

Acquired in late 2003 by Bacon's Information, Inc., an Observer AB company, Chicago, IL, MediaMap's flagship Performa software was rebranded to MediaSource Premium. This product family functions as a Web-based communications management system for maintaining vital media relationships and collaborating online to coordinate company and agency activities. It lets you access in-depth media intelligence, send and track targeted one-to-one distributions, and report, monitor and analyze the impact of the communications. For more information, visit www.bacons.com.
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Former Senior Vice President, Business Development at MediaMap.
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The funds will be used to finance the acquisition of the US company MediaMap announced earlier this week.
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In reality, journalists say, PR people have become remarkably clueless about the people and publications they contact, despite the availability of press research services like MediaMap and Press Access.
Some of this information is available from services such as MediaMap and PressAccess, but you'll still need to it into a format that's customized to your needs.
Only a few of the dozens of CD-ROM titles launched last year still exist, according to MediaMap, an information and software service provider that tracks industry trends.
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Factiva has announced separate business alliances with ChoicePoint, MediaMap, and Biz360.