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Viamedia to Represent Advertising Sales for Avenue Broadband Communications in Terre-Haute & Evansville, IN Markets

January 10, 2011

LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Viamedia, the cable industry’s leading independent cable rep firm, today announced an agreement to represent the advertising sales for Avenue Broadband Communications for their system in the Terre-Haute & Evansville DMAs.

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Effective immediately, Viamedia will handle local, regional & national advertising sales for Avenue Broadband Communications on 24 ad supported cable networks in multiple zones reaching the Terre-Haute & Evansville markets. This agreement expands Viamedia’s existing coverage in the Evansville market and adds Terre-Haute to Viamedia’s national footprint.

Avenue Broadband Communications is a cable television, high speed internet, and digital telephone service provider serving systems in Indiana and Illinois.

Viamedia offers video providers all across the country with high quality advertising sales representation. Viamedia currently represents over 3.6 million cable households across the United States.

About Viamedia

Viamedia is a Cable Television Advertising Representation company based in Lexington, Kentucky. Viamedia and affiliate companies represent over 3.6 million cable households across the United States. Viamedia markets/ DMA coverage include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Dallas, Boston, Washington DC, Detroit, Seattle, Tampa, Cleveland, Sacramento, Portland, Charlotte, Kansas City, Cincinnati, Columbus, San Antonio, Harrisburg, Norfolk, Austin, Providence, Wilkes Barre-Scranton, Knoxville, Lexington, Huntsville, Waco, Charleston, Evansville, Ft. Wayne, Sioux Falls, Augusta, Montgomery, Corpus Christi, Panama City, Midland /Odessa, Terre-Haute, Jackson and Rapid City. For more information, please visit www.viamediatv.com or contact Becky Jones at bjones@viamediatv.com.

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