MEDIA

The Media section will be developed with five major products:
a) NEWSPAPERS
b) WEBSITES
c) ADVERTISING
d) RADIO
e) TELEVISION

a) NEWSPAPERS
Newspapers will be developed in the following broad categories:
i) GENERIC
ii) FINANCE
iii) NICHE

1) GENERIC NEWSPAPERS
A generic newspaper will be developed for the mass market. A highly ethical standard will be
followed.

No pornography or other socially offensive attributions including support for same-sexengagements, child-trafficking or any other abuse of social, cultural or moral norms of any
society, will be entertained.

The newspaper may start as a weekly and develop into a daily ormultiple-daily.

2) FINANCIAL NEWSPAPERS

Financial newspapers for the market

3) NICHE NEWSPAPERS

Niche newspapers according to the predominating tendencies in a given territory.

b)WEBSITES
To carry real-time news to subscribers and the mass media. Paying subscribers to include
media organizations, institutions – both for profit and non-profit – agencies, governments,
non-governmental organizations, communities, individuals, businesses and other entities.

c) ADVERTISING
An advertising wing to supply the market with cutting-edge products in line with our broad marketing slogan – Tomorrow’s Products Today. The products will be expected to be innovative soas to gain exclusivity for corporate, government and other clients.

Also to publish and manage magazines to be inserted for free distribution via the generic and
other newspapers. They will be aimed at driving the sales of the newspaper in question.

This wing will also be expected to develop a Public Relations arm to service these clients who
would not benefit from direct advertising, the magazines or other marketing services.

Other magazines will be developed for actual open market sales. Others will be developed from
niche markets such as industry newsletters and other client publications including
professional bulletins.

d) RADIO
A radio network that eventually covers the entire territory

e) TELEVISION
A television station with territory-wide transmission