SOURCE: Mediatechnics Corporation

September 18, 2008 08:00 ET

Mediatechnics Receives Purchase Order for 50,000 DVD Discs From Mattel Corporation, CD/DVD Business Model Has the Potential to Grow by Millions

LAKEWOOD, NJ--(Marketwire - September 18, 2008) - Mediatechnics Corporation (PINKSHEETS: MEDT) announces that it has received a purchase order for 50,000 DVDs from Mattel Corporation.

"We are diligently pursuing larger CD and DVD replication orders from mainstream media content owners and developers," stated Trevor Bono, Mediatechnics' Vice President. "Our goal is to expand each division of Mediatechnics from large volume CD/DVD replication to our short run duplication and On-Demand fulfillment."

"We have invested significant time and money in expanding our resources and services to attract these type of orders. Becoming a Public company has helped expand our exposure and awareness among top notch companies who are seeking duplication/replication services for larger volume. We plan on providing specials and incentives to these businesses to ensure a long term relationship."

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

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