SOURCE: Agent155 Media Group

June 22, 2005 08:30 ET

Agent155 Media Group Initiates New Reality TV Series Concept to Bring Emerging Talent to the Mainstream

Company Cites Success of Programs Like "American Idol" and "America's Next Top Model" as Driving Force Behind Decision to Tap Into the Worldwide Television Market

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 22, 2005 -- Agent155 Media Group, Inc. (OTC: AGMG), a provider of multi-media content management tools, providing exposure, networking and collaboration opportunities to models, performers, artists, athletes, musicians, filmmakers and agencies worldwide, today announced that it has begun the conceptual groundwork to launch its own reality TV series expanding upon the Agent155.com brand, which the company believes has worldwide appeal.

"We have been structuring the company around a model focused on bridging the gap between the Internet and traditional media," stated Christopher Martinez, CEO of Agent155 Media group. "The addition of Joseph McKesson to our board, the planned rollout of our content monetization platform and our planned migration into traditional distribution channels should paint a pretty clear picture of what we are trying to accomplish. Our next steps will be directed towards securing the necessary funding and additional key personnel to drive our growth and establish our foothold, not only on the Internet, but also within the mainstream music, art and film distribution channels."

Joseph McKesson, who was recently appointed to the Board, has immense experience with Internet content monetization platforms, label relations and metadata standards projects. "Joe has been empowered to build a team to create new ideas and bring them to market, utilizing the Agent155.com platform," added Martinez. "Within the next 90 days we will be announcing new additions to our team and defining markets where Agent155 will have a direct and tangible impact."

About Agent155 Media Group, Inc.

Agent155 Media Group, Inc. is based in San Diego, where its Web site (www.Agent155.com) and related services are produced for worldwide distribution. The company offers an affordable, high-quality online presence for the global artistic and athletic communities through its website, Agent155.com. Agent155.com offers models, performers, artists, athletes, musicians, filmmakers and agencies a multi-media content management solution, enabling the creative world a collaborative forum to network and develop. Agent155.com provides talent agencies, agents, producers, directors, and recording companies a one-stop location to search and view the profiles and work of emerging talent. Agent155 Media Group Inc. also re-distributes member content through traditional media channels like TV, radio, film and print. Agent155 Media Group Inc., produces films, music tours, commercials, and various events using talent exclusively from Agent155.com.

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