SOURCE: Oxford Media Inc.

November 28, 2005 08:45 ET

Oxford Media Subsidiary Finalizes Two Contracts Totaling $358,800

IRVINE, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 28, 2005 -- Oxford Media, Inc. (OTC BB: OXMI), a digital communications, solutions and technology company, announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Creative Business Concepts, Inc. ("CBC"), has completed two MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) Network deals totaling $358,800.

WTI, a provider of integrated telecommunication solutions recently acquired by CBC, sold the Southern California portion of a nationally recognized supplier of brand name products for the HVAC/R Industry with over 200 nationwide locations. The initial contract worth $162,000 in revenue over three years will include seven Southern California locations with complete telecom infrastructure including voice, video and data connectivity. Upon completion, WTI anticipates deployment of additional locations nationwide.

WTI also sold a large tire dealership in existence since 1911 with 14 stores throughout Southern California in a deal worth $196,800 in total contract revenue. The dealership purchased a state-of-the-art MPLS network architecture from WTI to get its infrastructure ready to deploy VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol).

Tom Hemingway, CEO, OXMI remarked, "Companies are clearly looking to contract with one company for leading edge communication technology including VoIP deployment, MPLS infrastructure and connectivity which includes routers, IP phone systems, installation, network security, disaster recovery, and ongoing consulting services. Our strategy to provide this from one source is clearly gaining traction in the marketplace."

About Oxford Media, Inc.

Oxford Media 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. Oxford's wholly owned subsidiary 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 offerings of services, CBC designs and installs specialty communication systems for data, voice, video, and telecom.

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