Hungarian startup invited to conference in U.S.
Whitereport.hu mediabrowser, a database that summarizes media market ownership and financial data, has been invited to Collision, a technology conference for startups in the United States held at the end of April, according to a press release issued by the company today.
Screencapture of Whitereportʼs website.
“Whitereport.hu mediabrowser uses independent sources to collect media market data in a unique database and make it available online. It aggregates the media data and commercial information of television stations, radios, print, online, outdoor and cinema-based media, with reliable ownership information on the companies and their financial data, providing quarterly data on media services, changes in their ownership and many other markers of interest, as well as yearly information on their top-line financial performance,” the press release said.
In the case of Hungary, Whitereport.hu collects data from 11,000 media and 6,700 media operators and makes it available online.
Whitereport.hu, which has been operating in Hungary since 2011, hopes to launch their mediabrowser on the international market at the startup event, which is one of the fastest growing technology conferences in the United States, the press release noted. More than 7,000 attendees from 75 countries are expected to be at the U.S. event, which will bring together investors, startups and mentors to help launch technology startups from around the world.
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