Easy interaction with audiences of all Media

TV, newspapers and radio. All media are realising greater audience interacting by using SMS and IVR. Whether it’s a world-dominating talent show voting requirement, routing listeners’ calls to the right studio or unlocking premium content online. It has never been easier of more effective to put our mobile platforms to work for your business in media.

Why other media choose CM for audience interaction

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SMS-enabled paywall for The Post Online

Dutch news outlet The Post Online implemented a paywall based on SMS payments, processed by Microincasso (InstantPay). This allows users to easily pay for and unlock The Post Online’s premium content how and when they like.

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SMS payment for newspaper stands

News stands at public transport stations have a new competitor: the Newspaper Machine. A vending machine that dispenses newspapers. Paying for your tabloid or broadsheet is simple. Just ping off an SMS payment and out it pops.

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Live voting for Eurovision Song Contest

The Eurovision Song Contest is famous around the world. CM processes the Dutch votings received via phone and SMS during the TV broadcast. Mobile voting is made simple thanks to our platforms, and the host broadcaster can monitor the votes using our online dashboard.

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