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Lanzamiento oficial del sitio online Russia News Cloud

TORONTO, December 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

RUSSIA NEWS CLOUD (Russianewscloud.com)

- Una división de News Cloud Overseas Corp.

AMPLIAS NOTICIAS EN LA NUBE: NOTICIAS DE CUALQUIER PARTE

"UN NUEVO TIPO DE NOTICIAS DE RUSIA Y MÁS ALLÁ" 

El honorable Jerry S. Grafstein, Q.C., cofundador y presidente, anunció el lanzamiento de Russia News Cloud  (http://www.russianewscloud.com) - un principal proveedor de noticias en profundidad de Rusia y sus alrededores.

"Russia News Cloud," dijo Grafstein, "ofrece una cobertura completa de Rusia y las regiones de alrededor. Ayudamos a los microbloggers  y medios de Rusia, sacando las noticias a medida que se producen."

"Se trata de noticias instantáneas sobre Rusia," dijo Grafstein. "Russia News Cloud  utiliza una tecnología innovadora para reunir la diversidad de la blog-esfera, redes sociales, radio online y medios, en cobertura de noticias e información coherente y oportuna sobre todos los aspectos de la vida en Rusia y todas las regiones."

"Nuestro objetivo es mantener a nuestros espectadores informados sobre Rusia  en la escena global en evolución, en una base oportuna de dentro hacia afuera," dijo Adam Miron, director general y confundador. "El mundo está interesado en Rusia, un importante mercado mundial. Hemos creado una forma de ofrecer olas de noticias que se actualizan constantemente.  Russianewscloud.com es un nuevo recurso para acceder a todas las facetas que afectan a Rusia y sus vecinos."

Las ediciones especiales reflejan todos los aspectos de la vida rusa, incluyendo negocios (comercio y economía), política, deportes, ciencia (tecnología y educación), cultura (estilo de vida, ocio y moda), la armada, países colindantes incluyendo Ucrania, Mongolia, Kazajstán y otros "Stans", el Cáucaso y estados Bálticos adyacentes, Moscú y St. Petersburgo.  Ediciones futuras incluyen noticias de otras ciudades importantes de Rusia.

Todos los interesados en Rusia, una potencia mundial, se mantendrán al día en noticias de Rusia a medida que van produciéndose.  Russianewscloud.com es un nuevo recurso de noticias, oportuno y en profundidad, para los observadores de Rusia y el público.

Russianewscloud.com, una división de News Cloud Overseas Corp.

Russia News Cloud  (http://www.russianewscloud.com) se une a India News Cloud, (http://indianewscloud.com), India y región, China News Cloud  (http://chinanewscloud.com), China y región, Wellington Street Post  (http://www.wellingtonstpost.com), Ottawa, Canadá, Penn Ave Post (http://www.pennavepost.com), Washington, D.C., y Holly Post (http://www.hollypost.com), Hollywood, California, en una red en expansión de sitios de noticias globales online 24/7. 

Para más información:

Cofundador y presidente de la Junta, News Cloud Overseas Corp.
El Honorable Jerry S. Grafstein, Q.C., +1-416-369-4108  
[email protected]  

Cofundador y presidente, News Cloud Overseas Corp
Adam Miron, +1-613-986-2422
[email protected] 

Sitio web: http://www.russianewscloud.com
Twitter: @russianewscloud
Facebook.com/russianewscloud


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