ONESTOP Media Group

ONESTOP Media Group

June 18, 2010 17:15 ET

Onestop Media gives TTC Riders Real Time Access to World Cup

Attention: Arts/Entertainment Editor, Assignment Editor, City Editor, News Editor, Sports Editor TORONTO, ONTARIO, PRESS RELEASE--(Marketwire - June 18, 2010) - Torontonians hoping to keep up with the World Cup matches and news, no longer have to fear going into the subway. Today, Onestop Media launched their Real Time World Cup update service.

Using existing Onestop networks including TTC platform video screens the new service will be updated with a real-time score ticker, 20-40 new stories a day, some with pictures.

"Whether you're a soccer fan or just World Cup curious, almost everyone is wants to know what's happening in the game." We are providing what you need to know in real time." offers Michael Girgis, President, Onestop Media Group.

"Torontonians love soccer. We are happy that our partnership with Onestop has allowed us to provide this enhanced service to our daily 1.6 million riders." says TTC Chair Adam Giambrone.

"Our goal at Onestop has always been to balance practical transit information with fun features such as our lotteries, the Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) and now our World Cup feature." says Girgis.
/For further information: Adam Giambrone, City Councillor, TTC Chair Chair 416- 416-392-7012 | councillor_giambrone@toronto.ca

About Onestop Media Group (www.onestopmedia.com)
Onestop Media Group (Onestop) is a world leader in the development, operation and innovation of Digital Out-of-Home (DOOH) Media. Onestop owns and operates Canada’s largest portfolio of DOOH properties, collectively reaching a Canadian audience of over 2,000,000 viewers daily. Onestop's expertise in transit, hospitality, retail, education, corporate, and residential environments is recognized by such clients as: Toronto Transit Commission, Hilton Hotels, Ivanhoe Cambridge, Queens University, Toronto Board of Trade, and Minto./ IN: ENTERTAINMENT, MEDIA, SPORTS, TECHNOLOGY, OTHER

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