X-Change Corporation Finalizes Acquisition of ConnectedMedia Technologies to Form Leading US Hispanic Digital Multimedia Company
MIAMI, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- X-Change Corporation (Other OTC: XCHC), announced today it has completed its merger with Miami based ConnectedMedia Technologies, Inc., a digital multimedia firm to the US Hispanic market, offering a complete suite of media solutions to better help broadcasters, agencies, advertisers and content owners to target the growing US Hispanic demographic more easily and efficiently in this age of diverse digital convergence.
Mr. Fernando Gomez, Senior Executive VP for ConnectedMedia Technologies, Inc. stated, "This merger presents a formidable opportunity for our company and its shareholders, as we now have access to the US capital markets to execute our multi-media acquisition plan, allowing us to better serve our Hispanic market audience and expand our product offerings to our clients."
X-Change Corporation completed the merger with Connected Media Technologies, Inc., and in doing so the purchase price was paid in stock. Control has been turned over to the share holders of Connected Media.
About X-Change Corporation
The X-Change Corporation seeks and identifies privately-held operating companies desiring to become publicly held companies by combining with the corporation through a reverse merger or acquisition type transaction.
About ConnectedMedia Technologies
ConnectedMedia Technologies, Inc. services clients at the local, regional, national and international level who want to target US Hispanics through the company's custom digital marketing and media campaigns, content creation and syndication, production, programming and streaming for distribution through the internet, mobile, radio and television and print media platforms. The company seeks and invests in emerging and established Hispanic media and technology companies.
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SOURCE X-Change Corporation