SOURCE: Copper King Mining

April 17, 2008 11:27 ET

John O'Hurley to Appear on 18-City Premiere Radio Tour

Talks of Role for Copper King - Friday, April 18, 8:00-11:00am (EDT)

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - April 17, 2008) - Adding to Hollywood's interest in important business developments, John O'Hurley, the "new face" of rising Copper King Mining Corporation (PINKSHEETS: CPRK), is scheduled to appear on Premiere Radio Network on Friday, April 18th, 8:00-11:00am (EDT), as part of a nationally syndicated radio tour where he will be interviewed by "18" radio stations across the country. They include the following line-up:

Station             City                       Show
WZPL                Indianapolis               Dave Smiley
WLXX                Lexington                  Bandy & Bailey
KTRH                Houston                    JP & Lana
Fox Sports Radio    National (100 stations)    Steve & Scott
WMJI                Cleveland                  John & Jimmy
WLRW                Champaign, Il              Kevin & Sarah
WXKR                Toledo                     Mark Benson
WREC                Memphis                    Craig Robbins
WHOF                Canton-Akron               Gary Rivers
WBMX                Boston                     John, Kelly & Alicia
KCMO                Kansas City                Chris Stigall
WGST                Atlanta                    Randy Cook
WHRL                Albany                     Jason Keller
WRXR                Chattanooga                Billy and Boner
WMAD                Madison                    John & Tammy
WLUM                Milwaukee                  Kramp & Adler
KIZN                Boise                      Kevin & Brenda
KODJ                Salt Lake City             Steve Harmon

Premiere Radio Networks, Inc., a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications, syndicates radio programming to more than 5,000 radio affiliations and reaches over 190 million listeners weekly. Premiere Radio is the No. 1 radio network in the country.

O'Hurley is currently starring as King Arthur in Monty Python's musical, "Spamalot," at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. One of People magazine's "Sexiest Men Alive," and now the new face of Copper King, O'Hurley is also best recognized for his starring appearances on the television shows, "Seinfeld," "Dancing with the Stars," and "Family Feud."

Copper King Mining Corporation's promise of sustainable production, profitability, presence of Gold, Silver, Tungsten and Molly along with high grade Copper and the importance of new copper sources to U.S. industry will all be discussed. O'Hurley will also emphasize the irreplaceable nature of copper in the ever growing eco-friendly movement. O'Hurley appears on Copper King's new VNR bringing further public awareness to the company. One purpose of the video news release is to provide an educational experience in the history and development of copper in the U.S. The O'Hurley VNR is produced by Clearvision International, Inc.

Since minerals are the backbone of all industry and civilization, the demand for copper, gold and silver continues to increase worldwide. These are just some of the topics O'Hurley will be focusing on during his multi-radio tour on the Premiere Radio Network.

For more information, interested parties are invited to visit or call Mark Dotson at 435-387-5053

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