New Stock Issues Alert
May 29th Issue:
Media International Concepts Inc.
OTC Pink Sheets Symbol: MEIC
MEIC: Enters $150+ Billion Infomercial Market With
Actor Ernest Borgnine!!
Concepts, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets Symbol:
MEIC) has acquired Opportunity
Productions, a Los Angeles-based full-service ad program company specializing in
video and informercial production. Opportunity Productions clients include
Oxy Fresh, Herbalife, Envirotech and Mastercraft. This acquisition will provide MEIC the
means to enter the $150 Billion
infomercial industry--according to The New York Times on April 12th,
Productions shot an infomercial for Alpha-Flex With Omega 5E the weekend
of April 30th and is slated for a target air date of June 2004. Alpha-Flex is an HGH anti-aging product
for muscle and joint health and is
endorsed by world-class athletes like Paul Otto with the NFL team Oakland
Raiders and Paula Newby-Fraser, Ironman Tri-Athlete
infomercial for Sierra Life Sciences Alpha-Flex products is being hosted by Academy-Award winning actor Ernest Borgnine!
Mr. Borgnine, known for films such as From
Here to Eternity, Marty, and The Dirty Dozen, stated that For many years I
have had problems with my knees and trouble sleeping. After using the Alpha-Flex products the
pain was gone and I started sleeping at night again. I am so excited about the opportunity to
tell everybody in the U.S. about Alpha-Flex. Everything I say on the program comes
from my heart.
plan involves acquiring and operating advertising, entertainment and educational
programming and production companies.
Leading this effort is MEICs CEO, Michael Marcovsky.
Mr. Marcovsky has extensive experience in the
cable television and entertainment fields, with management positions with Time Warner Cable, and Buena Vista
Distribution, a division of Walt Disney Productions. He also was Chairman and CEO of The
Nostalgia Network and is currently President and Owner of Marnel Associates, Ltd., a Los Angeles communications firm
whose clients include ABC, CBS,
Citibank, and Cox Cable.
MEIC has also
formed a Board of Advisors to guide the Company in its initial creative,
marketing and financial endeavors.
Nyhl Henson, a
co-creator of Nickelodeon TV and former CEO of Country Music Television
(CMT) will provide guidance regarding programming, production and
CEO of IVI Communications, Inc., Mr. Henson will help
MEIC achieve entry into the fixed
broadband wireless market.
CEO of Pet Care TV (OTC BB: PTNW)
and former Director of special projects for 20th Century Fox, will
advise MEIC regarding marketing, merchandising, licensing and production
has executed a Letter of Commitment with Spikes Pictures, LLC to acquire an
8.33% ownership interest in the feature motion picture Spikes, starring Christina Applegate and Paul Sorvino.
MEICs interest in Spikes could be worth up to $600,000 in profit with a U.S.
theatrical release, according to Spikes Pictures, LLC projections.
Applegate starred in the TV sitcoms Married . . .With Children and Jesse
and has co-starred with Cameron Diaz in the feature film The Sweetest Thing
and Gwyneth Paltrow in View
from the Top. Paul Sorvino has appeared in the major films Goodfellas and
has acquired the master license to Fruity Fables, a family-oriented
animated program akin to Veggie
Tales Christian-oriented programming.
MEIC will produce, distribute and sell the video productions, as well as
add additional revenue streams through merchandizing and sales of character
licensing rights in future years.
and Shana Pritchard
are the co-creators of the Fruity Fables concept. Their uncle, Chuck Jones, director at Warner Bros.,
was one of the 5 fathers of the characters Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Elmer Fudd, and
personal creator of the Road Runner and Wile E.
has recently announced that 2004 revenues are estimated at $2,000,000 with an EBITDA of $165,000,
based upon projections of their wholly-owned subsidiary Opportunity Productions.
Revenues are projected to be $13,000,000
in 2005, $48,000,000 in 2006, and $54,000,000 for 2007. CEO Michael Marcovsky stated that the projections are based upon
estimated growth for Opportunity Productions as well as the production and
distribution from MEICs master license of the
family-oriented animated programming, Fruity Fables, but does not include
revenue estimates from any contemplated acquisitions.
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