SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, May 22, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Media Sentiment, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MSEZ) www.mediasentiment.com is pleased to announce that the company’s Q1 financials have been released.
CEO Marion Munz said “Highlights show a net profit for the quarter – it is due to reduction of debt but it is a net profit.” The financial statements are now available to be viewed via OTC Markets @ www.bit.ly/MSEZQ1 and on the IR firm’s support suite @ www.bit.ly/LocGGb.
The company is a developmental stage company however it is in search and preliminary exploration of a suitable merger candidate in a multi media sector.
More details, news and filings will follow on a frequent and timely basis.
About Media Sentiment (MSEZ)
MSEZ owns and operates an online news media analysis research service. The service is called Media Sentiment(R) and it measures the sentiment of earnings news release coverage, or what we refer to as Media Sentiment. The central premise behind Media Sentiment is that media reports about the American economy in general and about specific, publicly traded companies contain important information which can be quantified, graphed, and presented to our customers in a manner that helps them understand media sentiment in order to make more informed decisions related to it. This can benefit our customers as they interpret and track the potential impact of media sentiment on the overall financial markets and as it may affect particular companies.
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