|By Business Wire||
|August 8, 2014 10:00 AM EDT||
Sky&Road CO., LTD. (hereinafter, "Sky&Road"), operator of "Yummy Japan," an MCN (Multi-Channel Network) that delivers 'food-centric Japanese culture' globally via YouTube, has begun participation in a donation program to TABLE FOR TWO International.
A vast number of problems are occurring in the world today, due to an imbalance in food distribution. We live in a contrastive world where famine continues to be a serious problem in developing countries, while lives are lost to obesity as a consequence of overeating in developed countries. Yummy Japan encompasses a variety of food channels. As part of its social responsibility, simply via user views, the company has launched a new video delivery service that makes it possible to provide donations. This offers one solution for the food imbalance challenges that is based on wisdom the company has gained through producing and delivering videos.
Overview of Yummy Japan's services
Revenue is generated by users viewing advertisements on the videos of each channel in Yummy Japan, and a portion of this is donated each month to TABLE FOR TWO International as a vehicle to provide meals for children in developing countries.
Business name: Sky&Road CO., LTD. (URL: http://www.sky-road.co.jp/)
Representative: Representative Director, Mikio Kuno
Address: Yonban-cho Building, 5-6-1 Yonban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-0081 Japan
Established: August, 1986
Business: Creation of TV programs, CM, and VP; planning, production, and management for events
Capital: 60 million yen
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