SOURCE: Oxford Media, Inc.

February 08, 2006 11:43 ET

Oxford Media, Inc. Is Approved for Trading on Third Segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange

IRVINE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 8, 2006 --Oxford Media, Inc. (OTC BB: OXMI) (Berlin Stock Exchange: WKN: A0HMWJ), a secure digital communication and technology company, announced today that it has been granted permission to trade its shares on the Third Market Segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The Frankfurt trading symbol will be "O4M.F" and the German securities code: (WKN) will be A0HMWJ.

Oxford Media Inc., President/CEO, Thomas Hemingway said, "We are very pleased to have been approved for trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The Frankfurt Exchange will make obtaining our shares less problematic for German and European potential stockholders and will provide substantially improved liquidity in our common stock overall."

Mr. Hemingway said: "Additionally, we are striving to enhance our corporate visibility in Germany and expand our corporate image to a broader investor community in Europe. We believe that the Frankfurt Stock Exchange listing will assure that our compelling story will now reach a much larger European investor audience."

Oxford Media Corp. recently began a sales and marketing campaign of its proprietary digital Video-On-Demand and pay-for-view entertainment system, known as eMOD, aimed at the small and mid-sized hotels and motels -- a segment of the hotel industry previously underserved and unable to offer such services to their guests. This targeted market of hospitality properties with between 50 to 300 rooms comprises over 2.4 million hotel rooms in the U.S. and represents approximately 56% of the total hotel market.

Oxford's eMOD digital video-on-demand system is a scalable turnkey digital Video-on-Demand System with the latest Hollywood Movies and guest information. The low-cost system is very affordable when compared to other digital systems currently employed by larger properties and consequently can be profitable for hotels with as few as 50 rooms. Moreover, the system is scalable to meet the demands of small properties in the economy and limited service marketplace as well as larger properties with full service features. Hotels of all sizes can now create a new revenue center and have the option to acquire their video-on-demand system with a very attractive return-on-investment (ROI), or lease the system without utilizing capital funds while generating a positive cash flow.

The eMOD digital video-on-demand system has features found in more expensive systems like DVD capabilities (pause, fast forward, rewind), the simultaneous viewing of a movie by many guests, ease of use and a large selection of movie choices. What differentiates eMOD from other video-on-demand systems is the many ways it captures revenue. Through the PMS Interface for direct billing to the folio, through direct billing to the guest's credit card and most important for small hotels is the ability to include the guest who is paying cash for the room.

The eMOD digital video-on-demand system is a turnkey solution that runs on the existing RF cable plant already installed in the property and integrates easily with both satellite and cable Free-To-Guest (FTG) systems. It can work with both smart and non-smart plug televisions. This low-cost, compact, and energy-efficient video-on-demand system requires little maintenance and utilizes remote diagnostics and maintenance for maximum uptime.

The Frankfurt Stock Exchange:

The FWB Frankfurter Wertpapierborse is the world's third largest organized Exchange-trading market in terms of turnover and dealings in securities. It accounts for more than 75 percent of the total securities turnover in Germany and is therefore the most important of the eight German stock exchanges. The public guarantor of the FWB is the Deutsche Börse AG whose duty it is to ensure the full viability of trading in securities. With the support of state-of-the-art computer-based trading, processing and information systems the Frankfurt Stock Exchange has been able to keep pace with the ever-increasing demands of the international stock market business. There is a full spectrum of computerized security trading available through Xetra® in addition to the traditional floor trading. Xetra® was established in November 1997 and has enabled the FWB to consolidate its existing competitive edge and create an attractive framework for international investors and market participants. The cosmopolitan atmosphere Frankfurt enjoys is demonstrated in the membership structure of the stock market where more than 70 foreign banks and financial service companies are counted among the total of more than 330 members.

About Oxford Media, Inc.

Oxford Media, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary Oxford Media Corp., is a leading developer of Private Broadband Networks (PBN) and proprietary software and hardware, which allows for the delivery of low-cost broadband Internet access as well as video and audio content on demand on a Pay-Per-View basis. The initial line of business is the delivery of Video-On-Demand and pay-for-view entertainment content to small and mid-sized hotels and motels -- a segment of the hotel industry previously underserved and unable to offer such services to their guests. This targeted market of hotel properties with between 50 to 300 rooms, comprises over 2.4 million hotel rooms in the U.S. and represents approximately 56% of the total hotel market. Another wholly owned subsidiary of Oxford Media, Inc., Creative Business Concepts, Inc., is a wireless and business systems provider specializing in WiFi/WiMAX, IT Security and IT Integration, and Telecom. As part of these offering of services, CBC designs and installs specialty communication systems for data, voice, video, and telecom. For more information, log onto www.oxfordmediainc.com.

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