RMN Company Unveils Top Entertainment Stars

Leading integrated technology media and entertainment company, RMN Company, today unveiled its entertainment character IPs (intellectual properties), which are getting extremely popular all across the world.

Created by RMN Company’s CEO Rakesh Raman, these IPs are now hosted on a new website named RMN Stars.

The characters in these IPs belong to various stories that have been published in the company’s storybooks launched during the past few years. These books include:

Robojit and the Sand Planet

Rattrap and the Jinni: Mysteries of the Future World

Raman’s Tech Tale Series: Knowledge Stories for Children

These IPs also include a comic character Goby Geek who sheds light on the burning issues in the technology markets.

RMN Company has created the new RMN Stars website using the latest Web technology and Responsive Web Design (RWD) features. Currently, the site is in the alpha stage, which is the initial stage of development and testing.

According to the company, new content will be added to the site on a regular basis and fans of its IPs will be able to access the content optimally on all connected devices including desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile phones.

With this launch, RMN Company plans to offer its character IPs to entertainment companies for making movies, TV programs, etc. and other corporates that can use them for their brand communication needs.

Besides creating fictional content, RMN Company also operates its global news sites including Raman Media Network, technology site RMN Digital, and the edutainment site for children RMN Kids. You can know more about the company at: http://www.rmncompany.com/

You can also visit the new RMN Stars site at: http://www.rmnstars.com/

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