ClubFootball Media Partners|
ClubFootball has co-operated with the media organisations below on a wide range of projects, and greatly values the long-standing relations which have been developed with each one.
Shanghai Media & Entertainment Group - Special International Projects Office
Established in 2001, the Shanghai Media & Entertainment Group holds all of the key media properties in China's commercial hub. The Special International Projects Office is a key organisation within the group with a remit to execute projects of cultural significance to the local audience, and enjoys the full support of all group properties.
Web site: http://www.smeg.com.cn
Granada Media Limited (Liverpool Football Club)
Liverpool FC is the most successful British club in history and one of the most famous football brands in the world. As part of its new initiative to build stronger links with China's football community and begin telling 'The Liverpool Story' (its unique philosophies of respect, honour and success), Liverpool FC and China ClubFootball have co-operated on a number of events to show the clubs commitment to 'grass roots' football.
Web site: http://www.liverpoolfc.tv
Xinhua PR Newswire
"XPRN", as many people refer to it, uses the most technologically advanced systems to format and transmit news from Chinese and other Asian companies to the leading media in an instant through networks maintained and monitored for their dependability. In addition to the media, XPRN transmits the entire text of company news releases to the growing Chinese financial community as well as those around the world. XPRN's support has been invaluable in publicising the club's message, and XPRN is also a media supporter of the 2005 Beijing Community Cup.
Web site: http://www.xprn.com/index_en.shtml
"Ti Cai Dao Kan" (The Weekend Sports Lottery Guide)
One of the leading weekly soccer newspapers, "Ti Cai Dao Kan" offers unrivalled statistical analysis regarding the China Sports Lottery. ClubFootball is delighted to have a regular content provision agreement with Ti Cai Dao Kan, and supplies a range of predictions, columns and content for publication in the newspaper itself, and for syndication to a range of other media organisations including www.sports.sina.com, www.sports.sohu.com, www.sports.163.com, and www.espnstar.com.cn.
Web site: http://www.sports.cn
China's leader in email promotions, email campaigns, and email information, Xianzai delivers over 17 million email subscriptions and promotions a month to mainland Chinese users using its secure email technology. In operation since 1997, Xianzai is managed by BDL Media Ltd, with offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Beijing. ClubFootball is delighted to have partnered with Xianzai to facilitate and develop club communications.
Web site: http://www.xianzai.com
City Weekend is a fortnightly publication centering on what's happening in Beijing. Its recently re-launched website is packed with features, entertainment guides, listings and news you can use. The magazine has sister publications in Guangzhou and Shanghai which means City Weekend can give you the lowdown on China wherever you are. ClubFootball is delighted to have City Weekend as the official English-language Media Partner of the Autumn 2007 5-a-side League.
Web site: http://www.cityweekend.com.cn/beijing/
Sina Qin Zi Zhong Xin
Sina Qin Zi Zhong Xin is the largest, most authoritative, and most comprehensive Chinese website devoted to parental education. Content ranges from children抯 health and education to all other aspects of a child抯 growth and development, including a wealth of specialized knowledge, services, and information for parents-to-be and young parents. Sina Qin Zi Zhong Xin was Media Partner for the MasterCard ClubFootball Winter Holiday Coaching Competition in 2008.
Web site: http://baby.sina.com.cn
Middle School Times
The Middle School Times is the largest newspaper of its type, circulated to all middle school pupils in many cities including Beijing and Shanghai. It has received awards from the National Copyright Bureau and provided a launchpad for young Chinese journalists. The Middle School Times is ClubFootball's Exclusive Youth Media Partner for 2008
Web site: http://zxss.ynet.com
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