SOURCE: Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc.

November 26, 2007 08:51 ET

Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc. Secures Additional Distribution Outlets for Its Flagship Publication

MANALAPAN, NJ--(Marketwire - November 26, 2007) - Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DMHN) announced today that it is continuing to expand distribution outlets for its flagship publication, "New Jersey Home & Style." Tom Corday, President of Publishers Consulting Group, is heading up the newsstand and retail distribution. Working closely with Kable Distribution Services, we are pleased to confirm the following outlets for distribution:

QuickChek
Eckerd
Rite Aid
Acme
A&P Metro
Stop & Shop
Waldbaums
Shoprite
Pathmark

Bruce Schoengood, CEO of Dynamic Media, says, "Adding such popular retail chains and outlets will increase visibility and availability of our magazine and continue to make our product a known, branded name. We will work to continue to increase our visibility and positioning in the marketplace which will strengthen our consumer and advertising base."

About New Jersey Home & Style

This glossy, full-color magazine takes readers on a wonderful tour taking by taking them inside interesting, tasteful, inventive, beautiful and awe-inspiring homes. All of us have driven by houses and wondered what they look like inside. NJH&S brings you right through those front doors and into those beautiful homes. Homeowners take a great deal of pride in designing and decorating their homes and we help bring their experience to you. Each issue of NJH&S brings you spectacular home photo layouts and spotlights award-winning interior and landscape designers, artists, home renovation specialists and showrooms. We supply readers not just with entertainment but with the education, insight and motivation to tackle any home project. "New Jersey Home & Style" plans to expand the editorial scope of the magazine to include issues, events, programs and solutions that contribute to better living and a better quality of life. By doing so, Dynamic Media plans to expand the magazine advertising base, subscription base and outlets that distribute the magazine.

NJH&S is on sale in bookstores, on newsstands and in retail chains throughout New Jersey and the tri-state region.


About Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc.

Dynamic Media Holdings, Inc. will continue to aggressively expand in the publishing sector. It plans to introduce several new products to the marketplace. In addition to magazines, the company is executing a strategy of using its core products to springboard and launch a diverse array of ancillary products thereby maximizing its product branding and potential. "It is a very exciting time and opportunity," CEO Schoengood states. "We plan to initiate a comprehensive strategy to the marketplace launching cutting-edge websites and strong online presence as well as penetrating the traditional brick and mortar sectors and avenues." "New Jersey Home & Style" is on sale in bookstores, on newsstands and in retail chains throughout the entire tri-state state. More information is available at the company's website at www.dmhninc.com

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