ClicZune is an independent provider of information about Microsoft's Zune players, accessories and related software, published online at www.ClicZune.com. Based in Montreal, Quebec, the ClicZune website is owned and operated by YulMedia, and is not affiliated with Microsoft or any manufacturers or providers of Zune-related products.
The site was established in August 2006, just after Microsoft’s announcement confirming the release of Zune player. Originally based only on a blog platform, Cliczune rapidly became a complete resources site dedicated to the Zune player market.
ClicZune is the leading "Zune site" that delivers original commentary and analysis to its readers on a near-daily basis, along with hands-on product reviews and up to the minute Zune and Digital Media Player news. The site offers independent product reviews and editorial content, tutorials and photo galleries.
We are rapidly becoming the leader for Zune users and information, with an audience that is rapidly expanding with the growth of the Zune platform. Only a few months after its premiere, ClicZune is receiving thousands of pageviews per day. Cliczune users are ranging from casual passers-by to dedicated participants. ClicZune have appeared in leading news and blogs sites like Gizmodo, Cnet, Scifi, siliconvalley.com and many more.
Cliczune is committed to providing the best Zune and Digital music player coverage for the Zune enthusiast. Our slogan is, “From Zune player to marketplace and beyond”.
Stephane Dion is the founder and publisher of Cliczune. Stephane is a passionate and long-time music lover and keyboard music player. The Zune and other Digital Music Players, combines his two passions, music and technologies.
Prior to founding ClicZune and YulMedia in 2006, Stephane Dion was Vice-President, Technologies and Operations at CEDROM-SNi, one of the leaders in online news aggregation. Between 1999 and 2006, Stephane developed and maintained the online infrastructure needed to manage the online growth of Internet news information and distribution services. He was responsible for the complete re-engineering of Cedrom-sni’s online platform in 2004 and the implementation of one of the first web 2.0 application in the news aggregation market.
Stephane is an electronic engineering graduate of Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal. Before joining CEDROM-SNi, he co-founded Domoscience, a leading edge company in the development of home automation software and the implementation of telecommunications, multimedia control systems and large home theater systems.
He has also worked as a project manager and director at Spectra Telecom, a company specializing in the deployment of wireless telecommunications networks for major clients such as Look Communications and Microcell Connexions. Stephane has significant international experience in countries like Brazil, Czech Republic and France.