SOURCE: Mediatechnics Corporation

MediaTechnics Corporation

February 28, 2013 09:00 ET

MEDT to Acquire Jewelry Manufacturer & Distributor

SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwire - Feb 28, 2013) - MediaTechnics Corporation (PINKSHEETS: MEDT) is pleased to announce that it has executed a letter of intent to acquire a newly formed entity, NTG Designs LLC ("NTG"). The parties are currently negotiating the terms of stock purchase agreement.

NTG was formed to acquire the intellectual property, including all trademarks and websites of Gold Silk Inc. The parties expect to complete the transaction within the next thirty days.

Gold Silk is a major brand name in duty free shops and airline catalogs with an emphasis on Asian markets. The website is www.goldsilk.com. MEDT and NTG plan to begin production on a large scale during 2013 with the launch of several product lines of jewelry in addition to products already sold on the Gold Silk website.

MEDT continues to work towards completing its 2012 Financial Statements, as well as an updated Initial Company Information Statement and intends to publish them via OTC Markets as soon as possible.

About MediaTechnics:

MediaTechnics is focused on acquiring companies with a great potential for growth and expansion and is also developing a line of LED based lighting systems and anticipates commencing systems sales in the near future.

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