SOURCE: Mediatechnics Corporation

September 11, 2008 08:00 ET

Mediatechnics Corporation Launches MEDIASHOPDVD.COM and Begins Process of Adding 2000+ DVD Titles to Increase Revenue Base

LAKEWOOD, NJ--(Marketwire - September 11, 2008) - Mediatechnics Corporation (PINKSHEETS: MEDT) has secured the domain name to propel the ongoing branding of the MediaShop model. Navigating to the new domain name will now take visitors directly into the MediaShop portal.

"We are diligently moving through our most recent media acquisitions and adding them to our database of titles. The other good news is we are also developing a more streamlined process to add a large number of titles all at once to further broaden the appeal to content owners who have large libraries of DVD content," stated Richard Wilson, Mediatechnics' President. "Our goal is to make MediaShop the leader in the distribution of DVD content on the web. We already have thousands of titles; from documentary films to sports DVDs, and everything in-between. We want to present a truly enormous, ever-evolving resource for our customers."

About MediaShop (

MediaShop is a new kind of targeted "Niche DVD" shopping portal, designed to let publishers of DVD content exploit their product over the Web using their current shopping interface, or by using MediaShop's shopping system and fulfillment model -- eliminating the cost of running their own portal.

MediaShop is great for independent content providers who want to market their product but lack the resources to effectively promote and sell over the Web. MediaShop already has a great presence on the Internet, and we expect publishers' titles will get noticed and ranked favorably in the major search engines.

Mediatechnics Corporation ( is the parent company of Mediatechnics Systems Inc. (, MediaMaster Corporation (, The Live Network (, Innotech (, and CRD Technologies (

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