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Berlin, Germany, 2010/12/03 - City Media foundation, an independent organization based in Lausanne (Switzerland) has launched city.vi network for West European cities. City.vi is a network of 68,000 city specific video sites providing local information through video.
City Media foundation has announced the availability of City.vi network of sites for West European cities. City.vi provides local information in the most preferred online medium- Video.
“We are happy to announce the availability of City.vi for West European cities,” said City Media Foundation in a statement. “With easy to remember address, “city name” followed by “.vi”. For eg. London.vi, Paris.vi, Berlin.vi, Geneva.vi etc. City.vi is revolutionary way to access local information”.
City.vi was launched globally on 10/10/2010. It is a network of 68,000 city specific video sites promoting direct local information delivery through video. The cities and regions covered are among the world’s most significant. Currently it covers city tour, news, events and professional videos on the cities and regions of the world.
According to the foundation, city.vi has a Unique and innovative graphical site design. It simplifies information access by providing local information on the specific city.vi page instead of cumbersome search engine > page select > page view route. It also confirms to open web content standards by allowing video embedding.
The Foundation also called upon the local authorities / representatives or officials to manage their respective city pages. It added that in their absence, sites will be managed by relevant local bloggers. For more details on the proposal to become Administrator one's city's video site, please visit one of the sites.
CityMedia Foundation (citymediafoundation.org) is an independent foundation based in Lausanne (Switzerland). Its aim is to facilitate information access on towns, cities and regions of the world. It promotes and offers local representatives tools for expanding their official communication and getting involved in global development by simplifying information access and knowledge sharing. It has 65 members from 15 countries who are contributing to these systems’ development and promotion from fields of communications, marketing, management and technology.