RealTime IT News, MediaNet Team

[Vancouver, CANADA] - Corp. and MediaNet Communications Corp., Canada's only licensed independent broadcast network, have a strategic agreement to offer's products to MediaNet's affiliate radio stations. CityExpress develops integrated advertising, promotional and e-commerce solutions for media companies.

Under the agreement, MediaNet Communications Corp. will exclusively use as their e-commerce engine for affiliates across Canada. Regional clients of MediaNet have the opportunity to establish an entry into e-commerce.

MediaNet gains access to's proprietary XpressStores and XpressCoupons technology, enabling the 79 affiliates of the MediaNet Radio Network the opportunity to offer advertisers to build an online presence in their local communities. will build and host branded coupon flyer and multi-vendor department store sites for the affiliates.'s products will be sold in local markets by the advertising sales force of participating affiliates.

"MediaNet Radio Network's launch into providing powerful Internet services promises to be a strong force in the Canadian market," said Phil Dubois, president and chief executive officer of "Given MediaNet's management experience in the broadcast industry, it's a great endorsement for the value our unique suite of e-commerce products deliver to radio broadcasters and their local business customers."

MediaNet Communications Corp. serves broadcasters, advertisers, the music industry, and corporations. It has 250 proprietary addressable satellite receivers and delivers it's programs to radio stations across Canada. Corp partners with firms such as media companies and e-commerce portals, offering Web-based solutions to convert site traffic to purchasers of their customers' products and services. has offices in Vancouver, Canada and Denver, Colorado.