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Global New Media Capital Providers Guide Now AvailableWe have just launched our first Global Mew Media Capital Providers Guide; this guide was published due to the increasing demand from “New Media” companies seeking for investment capital from various capital providers.What’s “New Media”?The term “New Media” is a term used by many venture capital & other investment institutions implying to those media or related companies engaged in the following sectors:• Digital Media Technologies• Internet Media such as News portals, Web portals• Social Media Websites and Networks (eg. Social Media forums, Dating websites, Students Websites)• Traditional Media assets (Broadcasting, Radio, Televisions, Transmission Infrastructure)• Some companies also invest in entertainment related businesses• Marketing, Communications & Public Relations agencies and opportunities• Technologies and Services relating to advertising and marketing industry (eg. E-mail marketing, multimedia digital production)• Web 2.0 and further technologies & media websites• Mobile applications such as online gaming applicationsThis Guide covers over 700 investment institutions worldwide that invest in Media related opportunities.Over the past years, Internet Media has dominated the investments in this segment, especially those relating to contents aggregations such as information website, dating website; the emergence of Social Media website is another hot area that has attracted investments.Other interesting developments include Marketing Agencies, which often include Public Relations and Advertising Agencies. The investors we have identified in this Guide have invested in companies such as Boutique Market Research Agencies, Digital Marketing Agencies, Digital Production Specialists and Digital Advertising Agencies.Interestingly, contrary to the “New Media” companies, many large investment firms have been involved in large transactions in buying out traditional media such as radio broadcasting, televisions and newspapers, some of the funds we have identified in this Guide has also taken traditional media companies and relaunched them to offer more Digital Media business units.In terms of geographical spread, North America remains as the biggest contributor in terms of funds available and investments made; European companies, are catching up in this space with many Media backed investment firms also active in this industry.In Asia Pacific, it is slowly taking place, but large companies like Softbank in Japan has backed Chinese media companies Focus Media and taken the company to Nasdaq, this is a classic successful example.Australian firm Photon Group is another good example which has bought over 20 media agencies, most of them Digital Media agencies in Australia and United Kingdom, and becoming one of the industry’s major “integrator”It is quite an extensive database, with investment firms from North America, Europe and Asia Pacific regions. This is clearly a very fast growing segment and continues to attract investments from investors worldwide.Please visit our website [please contact me for website address] for more details about this Guide.