Interlink Plus, Inc. and Loop Media, Inc. Close Merger
LAS VEGAS & GLENDALE, Calif.–Interlink Plus, Inc. (“Interlink”) (OTC: ITRK) and Loop Media, Inc. (“Loop”) today announced that the previously announced merger has closed, and the shareholders of privately-held Loop have become the majority owners of Interlink. Interlink has also announced that it has sold its previous business operations, and going forward the combined company, led by Loop’s management team, will focus exclusively on Loop’s core service of providing its growing library of licensed music videos, movie trailers and other short-form content to public venues.
Additional information regarding the transaction, including a copy of the Merger Agreement, can be found in the Form 8-K Interlink filed today with the SEC.
Loop Media, Inc. is a leading premium streaming media company, building products and solutions for both businesses and consumers. Loop improves the entire viewing experience for premium short-form content through its venue and consumer focus in the evolving frontier of digital out-of-home, streamlining the public-to-private viewing experience. Loop’s growing library of over 200,000 music videos as well as film, game and TV trailers can be viewed in renowned hospitality, dining and retail venues; on leading branded media and entertainment sites; and on over-the-top TV platforms and IPTV devices. To learn more about Loop products and applications, please visit online at Loop.tv.
InterLink Plus, Inc. is a professional Trade Show Services provider in Las Vegas offering a wide array of affordable trade show services including staffing, marketing, booth design and set up. Interlink Plus also operates various types of travel programs domestically and internationally maintaining the highest standard of credibility in the travel and tourism industry. Learn more at www.interlinkplus.com.
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