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SG Mobile By SpotGenie Available Free For iPhones And iPads From Apple App Store

ATLANTA, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Always an innovator in the spot distribution industry, SpotGenie Partners, LLC (seespotgenie.com), a leading provider of digital media services to the advertising, entertainment and broadcast industries, is offering SG Mobile, a free mobile-friendly version of the SpotGenie spot distribution order entry system. The new SpotGenie app allows clients to manage their spot distribution on the go and includes such features as easy order entry, real-time order status updates, video file previewing, and the tracking of spot deliveries.

SG Mobile is a free mobile-friendly version of the SpotGenie spot distribution order entry system.

"SpotGenie was founded on the belief that technological advances and our unique proprietary software would make spot distribution more efficient, immediate, affordable and reliable, while helping us to expand our client base," explained company President/CEO Wayne Dykes. "With the development of SG Mobile, SpotGenie now provides clients with the easiest, most convenient way to access and use our services, and the new app has really set us apart from the competition," he continued.

SpotGenie SVP/Director Marketing Services & Business Development Larry Fox added, "At SpotGenie we are experiencing aggressive growth. We recently hired a trio of veteran sales reps and are actively searching for new talent so we can continue to provide the excellent service that made us a major player in the industry.   Our forward looking approach to spot distribution, along with recent changes in our industry, has positioned SpotGenie as a solid alternative, resulting in a stream of new clients. Our technology has enabled us to provide more affordable HD distribution and better service. We continue to invest heavily in technological development that will better serve our client base and demonstrate to prospective clients our advantage over other distribution firms. SG Mobile is part of this enhanced service through technology ... more to come. This is what enables us to say that we're 'the premier provider of affordable ad distribution'."

Available through the Apple App Store, SG Mobile by SpotGenie requires iOS 6.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The App is optimized for iPhone 5.

SG Mobile requires a SpotGenie user account which can be established by contacting [email protected].

About SpotGenie Partners, LLC:

Founded in Atlanta, GA in 2002, SpotGenie Partners, LLC, a privately-held technology and service company, has revolutionized the digital distribution of high-quality HD television and radio spots, trafficking, tracking, asset management and other postproduction services. SpotGenie's proprietary technology digitally delivers TV and radio commercials across the country at an approximately 80% reduction in cost over older technologies, making it affordable for everyone. With SpotGenie advertisers and ad agencies manage and monitor every aspect of their broadcast spot distribution using just an Internet browser.

In addition to trafficking, tracking and delivering spots, SpotGenie helps clients prepare their spots for air with services that include closed captioning, tagging, slating and video transcoding.

SpotGenie is headquartered at 345 Peachtree Hills Ave, Suite 400, Atlanta GA 30305. For further information about SpotGenie contact Wayne Dykes, President/CEO, at 888 202-1631 or [email protected].

Visit the SpotGenie website at www.seespotgenie.com

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SOURCE SpotGenie Partners, LLC

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