SOURCE: Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc.

July 15, 2008 09:15 ET

Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc. Is Proud to Announce the Acquisition of a Leading Advocacy and Special Needs Publication

MANALAPAN, NJ--(Marketwire - July 15, 2008) - Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DYMH) announced today that it has acquired Successful Child Magazine. Successful Child is the premiere consumer and advocacy publication dedicated to informing, empowering and educating parents of children with special needs including autism, mental illness and learning disabilities. The publication serves as an invaluable resource and vital tool of information for parents whose goal is to make the best and often difficult choices for their children and family. Industry professionals can rely on Successful Child as a resource guide for information that may fall outside their specialty. With over 12 percent of children living with a variety of disabilities, Successful Child will focus on parental rights, private and public schools, treatments, therapies, medications, legislation, state and local agencies, new developments, services, support and advocacy connections all to help the special needs community. Successful Child has been touted as innovative and a must-have magazine for parents by many leading healthcare and industry professionals and organizations.

Dynamic Media is confident that Successful Child will have a huge positive impact for the company in how it affects revenue and growth. Says CEO Bruce Schoengood, "Mirroring today's headlines, we are thrilled to be on the front lines in the fight to help children who suffer from these disabilities." The magazine is high profile and has gotten the attention of key Washington politicians as well as some of the countries leading advocacy organizations. Continues Schoengood, "The disabilities we cover in the magazine effects millions of children and families of every race, color and creed. The need for this type of publication is monumental."

Successful Child will now have the platform to increase its distribution and Dynamic Media has a plan to roll it out nationally. Successful Child can generate advertising and sponsorship revenue from many diverse sectors that want to support a publication as important and current as this. Many top businesses and industries including Fortune 500 companies, major pharmaceuticals, healthcare, education, legal and financial are just some of our perspective advertisers and supporters.

Successful Child is distributed by Kable News, one of the top national distribution companies. The publication can be purchased in bookstores, supermarkets, convenience stores and newsstands throughout the entire state of New Jersey and the New York tri-state region.

About Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc.

Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc. will continue to aggressively expand as it plans to introduce several new products to the marketplace. In addition to it publishing, graphics, advertising and web development divisions, the company is executing a strategy of using its core magazine products to springboard and launch a diverse array of ancillary products thereby maximizing its product branding and potential. Dynamic has recently announced the development of SUN & STLYE, an exciting new product for men who suffer from male pattern baldness. Dynamic plans to initiate a comprehensive strategy to the marketplace launching cutting-edge websites with a strong online presence as well as penetrating the traditional brick and mortar sectors and avenues. Visit www.dymholdings.com for more information.

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