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Vision 247 and Headland Media team up to offer Foreign language service for hotel guests

25 September 2013 by
Vision 247 and Headland Media team up to offer Foreign language service for hotel guests

Headland Media and hotel media supplier Vision 247 have signed an agreement that will allow distribution of Headland's HotelNewspapers and Good Morning News services.

Vision 247 will assist in making these services available in many more locations as part of the portfolio they already offer to a worldwide network of hotels.

HotelNewspapers and Good Morning News provide the latest news stories and summaries from the guests' own countries, in their own language plus, with sports updates, celebrity gossip, business and financial information.

Roy Court, head of hotels & leisure, Headland Media, said: "We are extremely excited to be working with Vision 247 and to help bring a unique new service to their existing network of hotels.

"The result will be a more complete service for hotels to offer their guests, whilst increasing the opportunities to add revenue through promotion of in-house offers. We welcome Vision 247's expertise in the hotel sector together with the obvious synergy of our joint customer base."

Dev Anand of Vision 247, agreed: "Most hotels provide newspapers in their country's national language and based on news from that country. With HotelNewspapers, they can now offer their overseas' guests news from home, in their native language. This also this improves the hotel's carbon footprint by not having to dispose of tons of unread newsprint every year".

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