SOURCE: Fortune Market Media, Inc.

February 25, 2008 09:00 ET

Fortune Market Media Executive VP Speaks to Anaheim University's MBA Students

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - February 25, 2008) - Ryan Tomlinson, executive vice president of diversified media and communications corporation Fortune Market Media Inc., publicly traded on the NASDAQ Pink Sheets, (PINKSHEETS: FTMM) was asked to speak to the MBA graduate students at Anaheim University.

Anaheim University is a pioneering online institution of higher learning. Its administrative offices are located in Anaheim, California. The University, through its state-of-the-art computer-mediated learning environment, provides opportunities for students around the globe to interact with the most renowned experts in their fields allowing them to both further their knowledge and advance their professional skills in a user-friendly and interactive environment.

AU's CEO video interview series gives MBA students around the world the opportunity to hear the real life experiences and advice that will certainly go beyond the information they receive from their textbooks. The CEO Video Interview Series is a video learning resource for its Master of Business Administration (MBA) students who reside around the world. These videos have been made available in iPod/online/DVD formats.

"In the past we have created video interviews and lectures of distinguished professors such as the renowned Marketing expert Philip Kotler from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management. The Akio Morita School of Business, named after the late Sony Founder, values innovation and in order to share real life business experiences with our students, we are interviewing founders, CEOs, chairmen, presidents and senior executives in a diverse range of industries." David Bracey, Anaheim University's Chief Communications Officer.

AU's past video interview speakers include some of the most recognized names in the business world such as Carlos Ghosn, CEO of Nissan Motor Company; Darren Huston, Microsoft Japan CEO & President; Peter Shea, CEO of Entrepreneur magazine; Cheril Hendry, CEO and owner of HLF Brandtailers; Robert Laemmle, CEO of Laemmle Theatres, and CEO of Horizon Technology, Kim Megonigal who founded Kimco Staffing Services.

"I am humbled and excited to be among such a prestigious list of names. I was happy to share my experiences and knowledge of the business world. I hope I can inspire someone to believe in their vision," exclaimed Tomlinson.

Mr. Tomlinson is the executive vice president and director of media at Fortune Market Media, Inc., a diversified media and communications company providing businesses with a variety of financial, consumer and investor-related communications services. Tomlinson is one of three co-founders of the media company and has been at the forefront of its development and success since its inception. Tomlinson's daily focus is media development. He has also played a key role in the over all company structuring and growth. Mr. Tomlinson is the host of Fortune Market Media's weekly radio show "Your Money's Worth" which airs on 97.1 KLSX CBS Free FM Saturdays 8-10 am in Los Angeles. Tomlinson's daily tasks include media development, sales training and management and structuring media campaigns. He is a key liaison between clients.

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