SOURCE: Voyant International Corporation

June 11, 2007 22:17 ET

Voyant to Acquire Wild Woods and DL Music

Acquisitions Bring Voyant Into the Digital Audio Post-Production and the Music Publishing and Creative Services Markets

PALO ALTO, CA--(Marketwire - June 11, 2007) - Voyant International Corporation (OTCBB: VOYT), a diversified media and technology holding company dedicated to improving the quality of the digital world for both businesses and consumers, announced today that it has signed a letter of intent to acquire Wild Woods, Inc. and its sister company, DL Music. Wild Woods is a premier audio post-production company serving the television, film, and multimedia industries. DL Music provides original music composition, creative services, and the DL Music Catalog of licensable music for the television, film, Internet, interactive, and multimedia industries worldwide.

Wild Woods has an industry-wide reputation as a leader in documentary, reality and scripted drama programming, which has received several Prime Time Emmy Awards and nominations. The company's credits include CBS' "Survivor," NBC's "Fear Factor" and "The Apprentice," ABC's "Show Me the Money," FOX's "Nanny 911" and "Hell's Kitchen," and Disney's "Lizzy McGuire" and "Flight 29 Down."

DL Music is a leading provider of music to worldwide media customers. DL Music's catalog contains over 9,000 tracks in over 125 categories. Customers seeking customized music can take advantage of DL Music's worldwide network of over 85 composers who specialize in tailoring music to a client's individual music requirements.

Both companies are located at the Wild Woods Sound Complex in Los Angeles, a 12,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility containing multiple sound and mix stages, narration booths, audio editing facilities, and media storage and transfer capabilities. With the co-location of Wild Woods and DL Music, customers benefit from having complete post-production sound services and music service packages under one roof.

Derek Luff, President of Wild Woods and CEO of DL Music, said, "We are looking forward to continuing to grow our Wild Woods and DL Music businesses, as well as to exploit the enhanced opportunities provided by combining these ventures with other elements of Voyant's business." "We believe that this transaction will benefit our customers, our employees, and Voyant's shareholders by increasing the scope of all three parties," added Wild Woods' CFO and DL Music's President Richard Gelles.

"In our continuing mission to combine the best of both the content and technology worlds, Wild Woods and DL Music will form important parts of Voyant's Content Creation, Aggregation, and Processing strategies," said Dana Waldman, Voyant's CEO. "In particular, we are very pleased about the prospect of Derek Luff and Richard Gelles, both entertainment industry veterans, becoming part of the Voyant management team and lending their insights to help guide our strategy within that industry."

The Wild Woods website can be found at DL Music's website can be found at

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Voyant is a media holding company focused on bringing innovative technologies, media assets, and strategic partnerships together to deliver next-generation commercial and consumer solutions to empower, enhance, and enrich our digital world. The company works with strategic partners in the technology and entertainment sectors to locate, partner with, and acquire complementary technologies and media assets that position the company in the value chain from content creation to direct distribution to the consumer. More information can be found at

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