Muuzii Signs Marketing Agreement with Deportes Media
Muuzii, the mobile translation innovator, recently announced a marketing agreement with Deportes Media, LLC, a Spanish language sports broadcasting group. Deportes Media will use its audio, digital, and social media networks to promote Muuzii Message and Muuzii Speak solutions in the North American Hispanic community.
With Muuzii Message solution, phone users can use an accurate, colloquial English translation of a Spanish word or phrase in seconds. On other hand, Muuzii Speak solution easily translates any word or phrase in text and in audio.
"Muuzii services offer a very practical, on-the-go and affordable way to help Spanish speakers with the everyday challenges of living, working and communicating in an English-speaking society," says Eric Fang, CEO, Muuzii, Inc. "Deportes Media has an established relationship and trust of the Latino community, and we're so pleased to be working with them to build awareness and interest in our services."
Muuzii's affordable subscription-based service shatters the language barrier by enabling people to communicate, converse and even learn a language easily and confidently – at work and at play. With operations in the U.S. and China, Muuzii's optimized database of language pairs and services aggregator platform distributes multilingual content and services to mobile carrier subscribers.
"The Muuzii solution aligns very well with our audience's lifestyles," says David Jacobs, president and CEO of Deportes Media. "For some Spanish speakers, day-to-day interactions at the doctor's office or bank, for example, can be intimidating; Muuzii gives them a portable translator that doesn't require the web or a smart phone. We're excited to help get out the word."
Deportes Media currently operates ESPN (News - Alert) Deportes affiliated radio stations in four of the seven largest Hispanic markets in the United States. Collectively, the Company's stations in Miami, Houston, Dallas and San Francisco cover more than nine million Hispanic people, or approximately 18 percent of the total Hispanic population of the United States.
Edited by Adam Brandt