Syndication


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Syndication

The selling of a project finance to a group of prospective participants, the syndicate.

Syndication

The process of finding underwriters to place a new issue. See also: Syndicate.
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Syndication also continues to have smaller commercial "pods" than broadcast or cable.
The syndication was launched with initial amount of EUR 160 million (approximately USD 200 million).
Voxant's Viral Syndication Network solves a critical problem for traditional news broadcasters, publishers and advertisers as more and more news consumers turn to the Internet," said Voxant CEO Jeff Crigler.
In fact, by age 35, Mercado-Valdes had parlayed his love for black movie classics into a multimillion-dollar empire and was head of one of the largest independent, minority-owned syndication companies in the nation.
27, 2000 opens the possibility for syndication of section 202 projects by changing the definitions of eligible owner entities.
The general consensus is that it will be an evergreen,'' said Dick Kurlander, an expert on syndication for Petry Television.
85-37, Recognition of Notes Received for Real Estate Syndication Activities.
Since the launch of the beta version of the BlogBurst network in May, the service has grown into the largest syndication network of its kind with over 3,000 blogger members from more than 45 countries.
Medialink, a major producer and distributor of short-form video and audio to broadcast and broadband media, will use Voxant's Viral Syndication Network(TM) to distribute informational video and audio clips produced for corporations and organizations.
The series is the first television outing for Perry, expanding his relationship with the Lionsgate family as he partners with Debmar-Mercury to develop the show specifically for first-run syndication.