SOURCE: Let's Talk Recovery, Inc.

May 15, 2007 12:26 ET

LTR Media Group's Let's Talk Recovery Radio Show Enters New Markets With The Harry Bey Show

BEVERLY HILLS, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 15, 2007 -- Let's Talk Recovery, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: LKRV) ("LTR"), a provider of recovery-focused services, media and educational products, formally announces a strategic partnership with Harry Bey, Los Angeles pioneer of the anti-gang movement and longtime advocate for the disenfranchised. The new Harry Bey radio show, which will begin airing Wednesday, May 23, 2007 from 5-6PM PDT, will open the Let's Talk Recovery radio show network and its program sponsors to a much larger demographic, discussing contemporary inner-city challenges and a framework for real solutions.

With a colorful personality and multitude of connections, Harry Bey will join the Let's Talk Recovery Radio Network as a weekly host of his own talk show. Recently, Bey was a tremendous hit on a local Los Angeles syndicated talk-radio show and is eagerly anticipating expanding his cause through his own LTR talk-radio show with which he will now be given a global platform to share his insight and experience.

Brad Watson, LTR's Director of Marketing and Production, said, "Our relationship with Harry Bey opens doors to a new, virtually untouched area of opportunity for Let's Talk Recovery and programing sponsors to speak hope into a neglected and needy segment of our society. Working with Harry to make a difference in young lives will bring both a greater audience and a great sense of accomplishment for our company. We look forward to further developing sponsorship and advertising revenue to expand our 24/7 network producing helpful and marketable resources that are both needed and necessary for people to understand the scope of the inner-city challenge and envision real solutions."

Partnering with Harry Bey and PROJECT G.A.N.G.S. gives Let's Talk Recovery a much broader reach, impacting the inner city and contemporary gang culture with the life-changing message of Recovery. As Director of PROJECT G.A.N.G.S. for nearly 40 years, Bey has impacted Los Angeles' inner city as profoundly and substantively as any other single person over the last several decades. Gaining accolades, respect and multiple accommodations from a wide variety of local and national leaders and organizations, Bey has been recognized as a powerful agent of change and reformation. Mr. Harry Bey is respected and loved by the people living in the midst of the problem as well as by law enforcement and organizations dedicated to the cause. For decades Bey has literally invaded the inner city with feeding programs, mediation events, motivational rallies, and his highly creative series of "GANG PLAYS" in which former gang members portray the morbid and destructive world from which they came, demonstrating through gripping, dramatic storytelling that there is a better way to live.

Through this strategic partnership, Let's Talk Recovery, Inc. will greatly expand its brand and reputation and set the stage for the development of multi-faceted educational resources dealing with the many issues and challenges facing the inner-city gang and drug culture. Let's Talk Recovery continues to lead the way in broad-based Recovery, offering hope and solutions to those who are suffering.

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About Let's Talk Recovery, Inc.

Let's Talk Recovery, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: LKRV) is a socially responsible company offering solutions to the highly fragmented recovery community. Targeting multiple addictions across all segments of the population, LTR is dedicated to addressing the needs of various types of addictions and destructive behaviors. LTR is organized into four distinct business segments: LTR Operations Group; LTR Services Group; LTR Educational Group and The LTR Media Group. For additional information please visit: From additional information about Harry Bey please visit: The Let's Talk Recovery Radio Network serves to support treatment at many levels for those in recovery, their families and friends, as well as care providers interested in expanding their understanding of the diseases associated to addiction. To listen to a broadcast please click here:

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