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June 12, 2015 15:26 ET

SMC Entertainment, Inc. (SMCE) Announces Exclusive Broadcasting Rights to Its First Full Length Feature Film Should Have Been Romeo

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - June 12, 2015) - SMC Entertainment, Inc. (OTC PINK: SMCE) (the "Company"), a record label and content distribution company, is pleased to announce that its Film and Television Department, Skybar Entertainment, has been awarded exclusive broadcasting rights to its first full length feature film Should Have Been Romeo. Exclusive broadcasting rights include, but are not limited to: Broadcast Television, Satellite, On Demand and Pay-Per-View.

SMC's Skybar has also been issued a non-exclusive license to stream the film via Subscription IPTV's, Mobile and Non-Mobile devices, Gaming Consoles, and any Digital Rights/Channels agreed upon with the Licensor.

Should Have Been Romeo is the first of many films Skybar Entertainment will be announcing as the company continues to extend its reach into film and television digital distribution. In addition to broadcasting rights, SMC will be providing marketing and promotional services through its proprietary platform to insure the successful release of the film.

The film, starring Edward Asner, Paul Ben-Victor, Michael Rapaport, B.J. Britt, and Kelly Osbourne, has an IMDb rating of 7.3 is about a self-centered, middle-aged pitchman for a potato chip company losing his job and his livelihood just as his octogenarian grandfather is dropped on his doorstep unexpectedly by his mother on her way to a singles cruise. Should Have Been Romeo was also featured at the 2012 Newport Beach Film festival

With an A-List cast and great reviews, SMC's CEO Ralph Tashjian is optimistic that Should Have Been Romeo will be a hit once Skybar places it with the right network and internet streaming services. Mr. Tashjian said in a statement, "I'm excited about the opportunity we have expanding into the film streaming and distribution side of the entertainment business." Mr. Tashjian also stated SMC plans to make multiple major announcements concerning current developments for both the music and film departments in the very near future.

Earlier this year, SMC Entertainment, Inc. announced a new business plan focusing on the ownership of on-line content distribution "pipes" allowing the company to deliver digital content via its proprietary digital distribution and marketing platform. SMC has been actively developing its new music and film business models with the acquisition of Skybar Entertainment, additions of Mike Marangu and Russ Regan as advisors, and other ongoing developments to be announced soon. SMC's music department is also aggressively targeting India and Latin America, which are largely untapped in the digital realm. Earlier this month, the company announced its marketing and promotional services for its first of many Indian Music Artists, Maya Venus. The company is in the process of preparing many major announcements for not only the film and music departments of SMC, but also multiple updates to significantly improve shareholder value.

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