Robbinsdale, MN, August 09, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- At a young 24 years old, their founder, David Coffin launched a world media company "delivering timely, unique, and reliable news content." VersaGlobe is the second company Mr. Coffin has started after a successful programming business. He is a new breed of entrepreneur committed to bringing full global access to local communities. This commitment is evidenced by Internet coverage of the 2008 Beijing Olympics in 22 languages.
"Global news is becoming local news" says Coffin. VersaGlobe is hiring a team hailing from all corners of the globe giving an international flavor to content. "By having a geographically and culturally diverse distributed team VersaGlobe can deliver news of events from different countries with different customs."
As the torch relay in Beijing concludes VersaGlobe is ramping up our servers to broadcast breaking news from China starting August 8th. VersaGlobe have been closely following the exhibitions leading up to the start.
versaglobe.com is giving full tv and textual news coverage of the 2008 Beijing olympics along with their standard of bringing world news to the local community. Opening June 2008, VersaGlobe has delivered breaking news, tv coverage, and an open forum of United States and World business and social news.