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Arbitron, comScore and Omniture to Provide NBC with Cross-Platform Audience Measurement for 2010 Winter Olympics

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Arbitron Inc. (NYSE: ARB) announced today that together with online marketing research and analytics companies comScore, Inc. and Omniture, an Adobe company (Nasdaq: ADBE), it is collaborating with NBC Sports, a division of NBC Universal, Inc. to provide reliable and credible cross-platform audience measurement for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Arbitron, comScore and Omniture will help track NBC's total Olympic coverage reach across its broadcast, cable and online platforms, providing NBC with unique insights on cross-platform media usage, simultaneous media usage and incremental audience via online video. NBC expects to have access to day-after-next results.

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