SOURCE: VCampus

July 18, 2007 12:01 ET

VCampus Corp. to Appear on MN1.com

RESTON, VA--(Marketwire - July 18, 2007) - Nat Kannan, CEO of VCampus Corp. (OTCBB: VCMP), will be featured live on Market News First (www.mn1.com) for an exclusive interview with Saul Albom. The interview is scheduled for July 18, 2007 at 11:15AM CDT.

About VCampus

VCampus Corporation (OTCBB: VCMP) provides comprehensive certification and learning services to globally branded financial and IT professional certifying bodies such as Institute of Management Accountants, CFA Institute, (ISC)2 and ISACA. Services include custom course development, online assessment tools, print services and complete e-Learning solutions. VCampus also offers leading certification programs in Web technologies through its Prosoft Learning division. VCampus has more than a decade of e-Learning experience and has delivered more than 3.1 million courses to more than 1.1 million desktops/users. VCampus distributes a courseware library of more than 3,900 Web-based courses. VCampus Corporation is headquartered in Reston, Va. For more information, call 800-915-9298, or visit the VCampus Web site at www.VCampus.com. "VCampus" is a registered trademark of VCampus Corporation.

Join Nat Kannan to learn more about the goals of the company, as well as its position in the stock market.

About MN1.com

Market News First is an online, market news provider that brings investors current news on the market. Market News First is the only online, live IPTV web site that brings real market news to investors and features live interaction with companies from the Bulletin Board to NYSE.

Through daily, live interviews, we bring you up to date on all the established companies and inform the investors of the newest opportunities within the market. Market News First offers one-on-one interviews with the presidents and CFOs of companies to deliver answers to the questions that investors may ask and provides them insight into the companies' present condition and future plans.

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