SOURCE: ReelTime Rentals, Inc.

January 10, 2008 06:30 ET

ReelTime Rentals Postpones Previously Announced Conference Call

SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - January 10, 2008) - ReelTime Rentals, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: RLTR) announced this morning that the Company has been forced to reschedule today's previously announced and highly anticipated investor conference call because of scheduling conflicts associated with contributing parties and the venerable Consumer Electronics Show (CES) currently taking place in Las Vegas, Nevada. While ReelTime is unable to provide a definitive date for the rescheduled call as of yet, management expects that the call will be held within the next ten days and has committed to releasing the updated conference call information the moment it becomes available.

Barry Henthorn, ReelTime CEO, commented, "We underestimated the impact that CES would have on scheduling. Now is a very exciting time for ReelTime.com, and I apologize for the resulting delay. I encourage everyone with any questions or concerns whatsoever to contact me directly through my coordinator Nicole at (206) 219-6870, via email at barry@reeltime.com, or through Investor Relations at (206) 372-6095. I look forward to speaking with the public in the near future about these recent developments and appreciate your continued patience."

About ReelTime Rentals, Inc.

ReelTime Rentals' mission is to deliver diverse programming, for rental or by subscription, over its online broadband network, enabling viewers to watch whatever they choose, anytime and anywhere they want to see it -- all they need is a broadband connection. ReelTime offers the first DVD quality "Point, Click, and Watch" user experience available on the World Wide Web. ReelTime is providing the public the next generation of online viewing technology, designed with the built-in capacity for unlimited growth. ReelTime Rentals can be found on the Internet at www.reeltime.com.

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