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TinBu Launches Interactive U.S. School System Information Channel Covering Pre-School Through High School
Friday, February 12, 2010 posted 06:17 PM EST
(Pensacola, FL) TinBu, a leading provider of interactive data channels to online publishers, is pleased to announce they
have launched their new U.S. School System Information Channel. This new channel is now available to online publishers free
of charge featuring built in revenue generation, or advertising free on a licensing fee basis.
This new U.S. School System Information Channel is buily using TinBu`s patent-pending technology, and allows online audiences
to review and compare 1000`s of schools across the country. Schools in the categories of pre-school, elementary school, middle
school, and high schools are included. Both public and private schools are included. TinBu`s U.S. School System Information
Channel can be reviewed at this link http://www.tinbu.com/tinbu_web/content/schools.php.
"We are pleased to offer this U.S. School System Information Channel to our online publishing partners. This valuable new
channel will allow people to compare school systems and review specific information on individual schools, including test
scores, teacher to student ratio`s, and other important information," said John Brier, TinBu`s CEO. "We think this will be
a very popular content channel for many of our online publishing partners and a tremendous service to millions of people,"
U.S. School System Information Channel Features Include:
- School address
- School type; public or private
- Grades taught; covers pre-school, kindergarten,
elementary, middle, and high school.
- Total number of students enrolled
- Percentage of low income students
- Student to teacher ratio
- Ethnic diversity ratio
- Male / Female student ratio
- Test scores for
math, writing, critical reading
- Test scores average by school, district, state
- Ability to compare specific
schools against each other
- Ability to search by state, city/town, zip code, school type
TinBu`s existing publishers can now integrate the U.S. School System Information Channel into their Web sites, and new publishers
can contact TinBu at www.TinBu.com to get more information on the U.S. School
System Information Channel. TinBu plans on launching a Spanish language version of the U.S. School System Information Channel
in 2Q 2010.
TinBu uses patent-pending technology to provide interactive data products to leading online and wireless companies worldwide.
TinBu`s clients include AOL, AOL Latino, AOL Canada, AOL Mexico, Telemundo, MSN, MSN Espánol, MSNBC, USA TODAY, BellSouth,
ATT, Media General, Inergize Digital, CBS Television, ABC Television, Fox Television, CBS Radio, Boston Herald, Boston Globe,
Tribune, Toronto Star, CBC New Media, My Red Fish, Local Solutions Networks, Motricity, uClick, St. Louis Post Dispatch,
Hello Metro, New York Daily News, DirecTV, Univision, Terra Networks, Yahoo!, People PC, and many others. To learn more visit
them online at TinBu.com.