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July 21, 2005

MediaMax Breaks All Records in Q2

Press Release: MediaMax has announced that Q2/05 has developed into its largest production and revenue-producing quarter ever as the company quickly approaches its 20 millionth protected CD in North America. The company boasts the ability to deliver a unified technology capable of protecting audio CDs as well as music purchased over the Internet and through music kiosks..."The Company’s record label customers often acknowledge that the use of MediaMax on current album releases minimizes the sales drop-off in the first critical weeks of a new CDs release."

According to Scott Stoegbauer, vice president of sales & marketing, “This past quarter has seen MediaMax CDs debut in #1, #2 and #3 positions on Billboard’s Top 200 album charts which have gone on to become Gold-selling and Platinum-selling albums, all in the same quarter!...This is truly an unprecedented set of accomplishments in our industry and demonstrates that major record labels, publishers, artists, and composers recognize the painstaking care taken by our Company to deliver a memorable and positive experience to consumers while, at the same time, protecting their digital assets.” 

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