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Entertainment Games, Inc.
eGames Contributes to Tsunami Relief Efforts
LANGHORNE, Pa., Jan. 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- eGames, Inc. (OTCBB:EGAM), a publisher of Family Friendly(TM) consumer entertainment PC software games, today announced that it has made a $1,000 contribution from its "Pennies Count Too!" fund to the American Red Cross in support of its Southeast Asia Tsunami relief effort.
Film & Music Entertainment
Film And Music Entertainment Announces Acquisition of Rock Documentary 'Waking Up Dead'
HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Film And Music Entertainment, Inc., (Pink Sheets:FLME), announced today that it has acquired the world wide distribution rights to the documentary "Waking Up Dead". The gripping and gritty feature length documentary by nine-time regional Emmy Award winner Fabio Jafet follows the life of Phil Varone, former drummer for the rock bands, Saigon Kick and Skid Row. Filmed over four years, Jafet documents the highs and lows of the underground, alternative and heavy metal worlds and how they conspire to destroy the families, careers and the very lives of the rock musicians on whom they depend.
Robert Siciliano SafetyMinute Seminars
Taser International and Stinger Systems Could Battle Over Ownership of "1-800-STUNGUN" and "Stungun.com," according to Robert Siciliano of StreetSafeSecurity.com
BOSTON, Jan. 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- The stun gun wars have turned into an all-out brawl. With a stun gun enjoying a cameo in "Meet the Fockers" and the market's leading manufacturer, Taser International, embattled, the weapons are all over the news and popular culture. While the war is far from over, to the victor of the latest battles will go a prize: ownership of "1-800-STUNGUN" and "Stungun.com," both currently the property of Self Defense Products, Inc., a small company in New England, and now for sale on eBay with bids starting at $250,000.
Acies Corporation CEO Interviewed by WallSt.Net, an Open Network Financial Community
NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Acies Corporation (OTCBB:ACIE) today reported that a financial services securities analyst on WallSt.Net, an open network financial community, has interviewed Oleg Firer, Acies' President & CEO, on the company's current and future growth prospects. Investors can hear the interview in full by clicking on www.wallst.net . Acies is an emerging leader in payment processing and electronic banking services to small and medium size merchants across the United States