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Wall Street Communications Retained by iPharro Media

SALT LAKE CITY, July 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Wall Street Communications today announced that it has been retained by iPharro Media, a world leader in content identification solutions, to provide public relations services and to develop and maintain a presence for the company in broadcast, government, and professional video trade press worldwide.

iPharro Media, based in Darmstadt, Germany, is a spinoff of the renowned Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft. Based on state-of-the-art Adaptive Video Fingerprintingtechnology, the company's patent-pending content identification technique provides users with an unprecedented level of accuracy and precision that enables a flexible and highly automated approach to the identification, control, and monetization of video content across the value chain.

"As our content identification solutions gain traction with major players in the media industry, the talent of Wall Street Communications in guiding messaging is a valuable complement to our sales and education efforts," said Joshua Cohen, CEO of iPharro Media. "iPharro technology offers users versatile, high-performing solutions for managing digital content, and Wall Street has the knowledge and experience to spread that message effectively and to drive greater awareness of our technology industrywide."

About Wall Street Communications

Since 1996, Wall Street Communications has offered marketing communications services for an international range of clients in the electronic media technology industry. With fundamental operating principles of accuracy, creativity, and integrity, the agency has a unique range of experience in promoting products and technologies from the component level to the level of the professional user. Wall Street maintains corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City and satellite offices throughout North America and Europe. More information is available at

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