TURBO GLOBAL PARTNERS, Inc. signs agreement with Chinese company
Carson City – TURBO GLOBAL PARTNERS, Inc. has announced signing a Marketing Alliance Memorandum of Agreement with Xinhuanet North America Corp.
Xinhuanet North America Corp. is the subsidiary company of Xinhuanet Co. Ltd., which is a public company whose substantial shareholder is China’s Official News Agency, Xinhua News Agency. As the main communication platform of all-media news information products created by Xinhua News Agency, Xinhuanet releases global news information 24 hours daily in 13 languages reaching 15,000 terminals. Its average daily page views from the desktop browsers exceed 120 million, as well as more than 170 million people daily visiting Xinhuanet via mobile devices. http://www.xinhuanet.com
“This is an exciting milestone for TURBO on the heels of our recent Cultural and Education Exchange Mission to Beijing in May,” states William Teitelbaum TURBO’s Executive Vice President. “We will work together with Xinhuanet to co-develop, co-produce, share and market media and original programming to broadcasters, networks and buyers here in the U.S., China and beyond.”
Lei Yang, President of Xinhuanet North America Corp. based in New York City agrees, “Yes, this is an exciting milestone for Xinhuanet just as it is for TURBO. It’s an honor to help TURBO with its initiatives to reach the diverse populations of China, while at the same time, TURBO can help us share beautiful China stories with the world. It’s exciting to begin this journey together.”
“Bill Teitelbaum leads the TURBO Media teams, the world’s greatest storytellers,” states Robert Singerman Chairman of TURBO. “Bill has worked on projects from Power Rangers, Hot Wheels, to $-Billion properties including Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, and Pink Panther. What’s tremendous is that Bill is committed to growing long-term renewable predictable earnings while at the same time, influencing audiences around the world with effective business programs and cutting edge marketing and promotional campaigns. As an Executive Producer and writer, Bill is skilled in all facets of media.”
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