A.G. Media President Interviewed by Wall Street Reporter

Montreal, Quebec, CANADA

MONTREAL, April 5, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- A.G. Media Group, Inc. (Pink Sheets:AMGJ) today announced that the prestigious Wall Street Reporter has published an in-depth interview with A.G. Media Group President, Pierre Redding.

The interview provides a corporate overview and discusses the Company's business developments and covers previous, publicly disclosed future plans and initiatives.

In the interview, Mr. Redding discusses the market potential and the company's positioning. He states, "71% of the United States population, or over 189 million, classify themselves as practicing Christians -- these are our primary consumers. Our core business is to provide a variety of content and related media properties to cater to this large audience."

Mr. Redding also provided insight to the A.G. Media's future, "The next two to three years will see the Company ramping revenues sharply. This year we are launching and putting our core media properties into place and building brand awareness and audience share. In years two and three, we look to have a full network of media properties in operation and the realization of multiple revenue streams."

The audio interview is now available on Wall Street Reporter's "WallStreetReporter.com" and can be heard at: http://www.wallstreetreporter.com/profiles/AGMediaGroup.html for the next seven days.

About A.G. Media Group, Inc.

A.G. Media Group (http://www.agmediagrp.com) was established to become a leading Christian media holding company comprising Christian-based Internet, print, radio, and television related content properties and technology development services. A.G. Media is also focused on the development of valuable, high demand content for distribution through multiple media outlets and through its continually growing audience base.

About Wall Street Reporter Magazine, Inc.

Wall Street Reporter is the premier information source for professional investors seeking successful new investment ideas. When the first issue of Wall Street Reporter appeared in 1843, it was the only newspaper exclusively devoted to the financial business. Nearly 150 years after that, the company became the first website to regularly interview CEOs and other high-ranking corporate officials. Each day Wall Street Reporter interviews 40-60 CEOs of leading public companies and selected private companies. In-depth, unbiased, unscripted interviews deliver a first-hand perspective that enables investors to make intelligent and informed investment decisions.

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