Media Sentiment, Inc. (MSEZ) Closes Acquisition of Social Media Sentiment Technology
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Jan 30, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) --
Media Sentiment, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MSEZ) announces that it has
finalized the acquisition of a new asset, the social media sentiment
curatorial technology of www.socialmediasentiment.com.
Marian Munz, MSEZ's CEO, said, "We continue to build our asset base
with this new social media tool. With this acquisition we feel that
we are entering a new phase in the company's life cycle. Not too long
ago we introduced the notion of 'media sentiment,' which became our
trademark. We have developed an innovative, patent-pending technology
that focuses on determining the sentiment of news and information in
real time. In the first phase, the technology focused on earnings
news releases of companies listed on NASDAQ and NYSE. Today, most
major players in the industry have recognized the extraordinary
impact that these news releases have on a public company's valuation,
the moment the news is released. Many companies and individuals have
seen the benefits of sentiment analysis as well. With this new
acquisition we are continuing our work on new and innovative products
that, we believe, will help to shape the industry for the next
Munz continued, "Social networking technologies are becoming more and
more a part of the fabric of today's internet community. We feel that
these new and innovative technologies bring a tremendous social value
and deserve the market valuation seen at some of the leaders, such as
Facebook, LinkedIn and Pinterest. Just recently, the social content
web site Buzzfeed has been reported to receive new funding that
values the company at $200 million while Yahoo bought the social news
start-up Snip.it only a few days ago."
The company plans to integrate the social media sentiment curatorial
technology with the video courier technology under a new tool to be
As previously announced, these technologies will likely be integrated
with mediasentiment.com and will help to develop a new user interface
for the web site.
Media Sentiment, Inc.
SOURCE: Media Sentiment, Inc.
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