SOUTH GLASTONBURY, CT--(Marketwired - May 28, 2014) - CÜR Media, Inc. (OTCQB: CURM) (the "Company" or "CÜR Media"), developer of CÜR Music, a hybrid music streaming service for mobile devices and the web, announced today the introduction of its suite of online corporate communication channels to maintain ongoing direct communication with stakeholders. The Company has launched official portals on social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and The Chairman's Blog.
The Chairman's Blog is an online communication portal where CÜR Media's founder and executives can address topics related to streaming music and the music industry as well as specific points of discussion as they relate to key events at CÜR Media. Founder and CEO Tom Brophy penned his inaugural blog post, "The Changing Landscape." The blog post can be found online at the official CÜR Media Chairman's Blog profile provided below.
"We are excited to announce the launch of our new digital communication channels," stated Tom Brophy, Founder and CEO, CÜR Media. "As the music streaming industry continues to evolve, these new channels will allow us to communicate Company news with shareholders more effectively."
Links to the new communication tools follow below:
The Chairman's Blog Profile: http://www.thechairmansblog.com/cur-media
About CÜR Media
CÜR Media, Inc. is developing CÜR Music, a hybrid music streaming service, for mobile devices and the web that intersects Internet radio services like Pandora and on-demand services like Spotify. The Company is planning to launch its web and mobile applications in the 4th quarter of this year.
TheChairmansBlog.com is an exclusive, online media publication where publicly and privatively held firms alike share insights about their companies and industries. TheChairmansBlog.com enables upper tier management to discuss issues that are of importance to their stakeholders, shareholders, and interested parties in an informal environment. www.thechairmansblog.com
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