DAG Media Publishes First Manhattan Yellow Pages in 2000
NEW YORK, March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- DAG Media (Nasdaq: DAGM - news), the leading independent print and online publisher of yellow pages directories, will debut March 30th, making it the first Manhattan yellow pages to launch in 2000. The four-color, consumer-friendly 1,280 page directory contains over 125,000 business listings, a 64-page coupon guide, city maps, zip code information, Web site addresses and other information, arranged in an easy-to-access format.
``The response to New Yellow from Manhattan businesses was overwhelming,'' said Assaf Ran, CEO and President, DAG Media. ``We have succeeded in breaking the yellow pages monopoly in Manhattan, and are providing consumers and businesses with a better product at a third of the cost.''
The release of New Yellow places DAG Media in the center of the multi-billion dollar yellow pages market in the Northeast. Founded in 1989, with profitability from the start, the Company publishes the enormously successful Jewish-Israeli Yellow Pages. DAG Media also hosts an interactive website, offering free nationwide directory information services, direct links to most Internet sites organized by category, voice over Internet protocol, CallBack, Direct Access, Travel card, Unified Messaging, inbound and outbound voice messaging and faxing, fax and e-mail services.
``We're no longer a niche publisher,'' said Ran. ``New Yellow has propelled us into a new arena, making us a major player in the yellow pages market.'' Ran will launch a second New Yellow Manhattan yellow pages this fall.
DAG Media is headquartered in Kew Gardens, NY, with multiple offices in the tri-state area.
SOURCE: DAG Media