BIA Financial Network Acquires Digital Information Network


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Chantilly, VA - Sep 14, 2006 - BIA Financial Network has acquired Oklahoma City-based Digital Information Network (DIN), a provider of weather and alerting desktop applications. DIN will operate under the newly created BIA Information Network that will focus on delivering Active Access, a private-label desktop application for instantly delivering news, weather, alerts, promotions and other content directly to the computer desktop. Active Access places a media company's brand directly in front of its audience, offering a uniquely powerful way to deliver information of value, deepen brand recognition and generate new forms of revenue.

There are currently more than 85 TV and radio stations in the United States, in addition to newspapers, large corporations and government offices using the DIN custom branded desktop application. To date there have been more than four million end-user downloads of this software.

BIA will demonstrate Active Access in booth 516 at the NAB Radio Show.




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