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Get gold-medal media reach with Marketwire’s Winter Sports newslines



On Friday, February 12, 2010 the last of the torch-bearing runners makes the pilgrimage from Athens to Vancouver to mark the start of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. It’s when more than 80 countries, 10,000 media representatives and a global television viewing audience of over 3 billion begin their two-week fixation on this highly awaited series of events. If you have news that is suited to a global sporting audience — product launches, business partnerships, Olympic-themed announcements, sporting, travel or health news — it’s critical to target that news to the unprecedented number of journalists, editors and media professionals covering this historic event.

The Marketwire Vancouver office team members show off their team spirit and 2010 Red Mittens!

Marketwire lets you communicate with sports editors, writers and travel editors around the world as well as with on-site global media covering the games in Vancouver.  Our Winter Sports newslines, which include Global or North America distribution, reach more than 18,000 global media points. What’s more, Global distribution means you are able to target your news in several languages, allowing you to reach more countries and connect your company with media worldwide. You can take advantage of this opportunity for the Olympic and Paralympic Games until March 31, 2010. Take a look at our Global distribution or North America distribution points or contact your sales representative for more information.


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