SOURCE: Agent155 Media Group, Inc.

July 11, 2005 08:30 ET

Agent155 Media Group Updates Developments Regarding Digital Download Services for Music and Video

Company to Continue Adding Industry Veterans to Strengthen Its Technology and Branding in the Marketplace

SAN DIEGO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 11, 2005 -- Agent155 Media Group, Inc. (OTC: AGMG), a provider of multimedia content management tools, providing exposure, networking and collaboration opportunities to models, performers, artists, athletes, musicians, filmmakers and agencies worldwide, today announced that it is continuing with its planned preliminary development of a new Digital Download Service (DDS) specifically designed to monetize music, video and artist content.

The company recently added Board member Joseph McKesson, a veteran in the music download industry and a past member of the Apple iTunes team. "The addition of Joe and the inevitable addition of other, highly qualified industry veterans is part of our overall strategy of becoming a one-stop provider of grass-roots, undiscovered talent," commented Christopher Martinez, CEO of Agent155 Media Group. "The Digital Download Services should provide a straight-forward way for our Agent155.com publishing members to maximize the economic value of their content utilizing our unique distribution model, which we feel is one of the best ways to gain worldwide exposure for artists, musicians, filmmakers and athletes."

The company is entering an industry that experts are predicting will grow tremendously over the coming years. According to In-Stat/MDR, "The Company predicts that mobile video services will generate revenue of $5.4 billion by 2009." And, according to a recent Apple press release, its iTunes Music Store is currently selling over a million songs per day. At a cost of 99 cents per download, this translates into serious revenues for Apple and further validation that the Internet is the future of digital music distribution.

For more information, please visit the Agent155 Web site at http://www.agent155.com or call 619-374-7119.

About Agent155 Media Group, Inc.

Agent155 Media Group, Inc. is based in San Diego where its Web site (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 Web site, Agent155.com. Agent155.com offers models, performers, artists, athletes, musicians, filmmakers and agencies a multimedia 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. will also re-distribute member content through traditional media channels like TV, radio, film and print. Agent155 Media Group, Inc. plans to produce films, music tours, commercials, and various events using talent exclusively from Agent155.com

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