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    Default Light Media Holdings, Inc.~ LGMH

    LGMH Company Overview & Description
    Light Media Holdings, Inc. provides advertising and media content products and
    services through audio, video, print, and Internet advertising in the United
    States. It distributes audio, radio syndication, and video content, as well as
    sells Internet advertising through its network of Websites. The company was
    formerly known as Christian Media Holdings, Inc and changed its name to Light
    Media Holdings, Inc. in February 2006. Light Media Holdings, Inc. was
    incorporated in 2006 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

    LGMH: Light Media
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    Mr. Danny Wilson founded Pixelmetrix Corporation Pte. Ltd. in 1999 and serves
    as its Chief Executive Officer and President. Mr. Wilson began his management
    career at Hewlett-Packard, Canada, as the Business Manager of HP's
    Communication Measurement Division. He was responsible for the introduction of
    the MPEGScope Transport Stream Analyzer and the world's first ATM/B-ISDN Test
    System, which accelerated the development and deployment of ATM technology
    worldwide. Mr. Wilson went on with HP to Kobe, Japan, where he established and
    managed HP's Asia Business Centre - leading the development of the world's
    first multi-port network monitoring system, which was implemented throughout
    Japan, by NTT. Mr. Wilson serves as the Editor of the Performance
    Monitoring/Quality of Service workgroup of the ITU-T/IPTV-FG, and a frequent
    speaker at IPTV and television conferences in Europe, Asia and North America.
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    Danny Wilson, President & CEO of Light Media has over 25 years of radio, television, media marketing and promotions expertise from 1896 to 2012. Mr. Wilson served as an announcer at a New Orleans, Louisiana, radio station. He expanded his communications knowledge by working as an apprentice at the local public television station. There he took on the role of a camera operator and produced one-hour segments for a weekly show. Mr. Wilson later accepted a position at KTCA, a television station in St. Paul, Minnesota; however, the position for which he had been hired was eliminated. As luck would have it, he was offered a job as Assistant Program Director/Announcer at WRNB Radio in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    Following his stint at WRNB, Mr. Wilson served as an Event Producer with the Contemporary Group, an event-marketing firm based in St. Louis, Missouri. For three years, he traveled with the CBS College Tour to promote CBS network programming to college students at 45 universities across the country. After the third year, Mr. Wilson accepted a position with Entertainment Marketing in Chicago, Illinois, whose major client was Anheuser Busch. Danny’s job was to market and promote the Budweiser Superfest Tour.
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    As the Budweiser Superfest Road Manager/Representative, Mr. Wilson had the pleasure of interacting with many talented artists, such as Mary J. Blige, Boyz II Men, Pattie LaBelle and Dru Hill, as well as Bones, Thugs and Harmony, New Edition, BlackStreet, Keith Sweat, After 7, Frankie Beverley and Maze, and Montell Jordan, to name a few. Out of this experience with The Contemporary Group and Entertainment Marketing, Mr. Wilson created Dominique's World Productions, Inc., a road management and consulting company that developed and executed tours. His first client as road manager was Def Jam recording artist, LL Cool J.

    Mr. Wilson's success with LL Cool J opened the door to work with Montell Jordan. He also managed promotional tours with Def Jam Music Group, the "How to Be a Player" Promotional Tour and the EPMD "Back in Business" Promotional Tour. His relationship with Def Jam afforded Mr. Wilson the opportunities to road manage Jay Z on the Bad Boy Entertainment/"Puff Daddy and the Family Tour.” Another door on the second leg of the tour opened, and Mr. Wilson became the road accountant for Puffy and the Bad Boy Family.

    Mr. Wilson served as president and Chief Executive Officer of Dominique's World Productions, Inc., developing and executing marketing programs for major corporations as well as providing consulting services and executing tour agendas for music and entertainment companies. In his capacity of President of Light Media, Mr. Wilson has produced more than 2000 hours of audio and video content, as well as programmed radio and video programs, and guided strategic planning, fundraising and corporate operations from media conglomerate concept idea inception and foundation in September 1997 to today, involved in every aspect and evolution of the company.
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    ATLANTA, Feb. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Light Media (OTC Markets: LGMH), Inspirational Media Specialist, announced today that Mary Catherine Sneed, a leading radio industry catalyst and pioneer, has joined its team. Recognized by RadioInk Magazine as one of the Top 10 Most Powerful Women In Radio in 2004, Mary Catherine Sneed served as Nasdaq-publicly-traded Radio One's Chief Operating Officer for 8 years (1998-2006). Mary Catherine Sneed, working side-by-side with Radio One's Founder (Cathy Hughes) and CEO (Alfred Liggins) built Radio One from 2 to 71 radio stations and over $300 million in revenues. At the time of Mary Catherine Sneed's departure from Radio One on June 30, 2006, Radio One's closing stock price was: $7.40 per share. Mary Catherine Sneed will advise Light Media on key strategic corporate initiatives, including but not limited to: sales, programming, acquisitions, alliances, etc.
    "Mary Catherine Sneed is a Trail-Blazer; and her proven power and relentless drive to turn vision into reality and take a little-known company, like Radio One was in 1998, and turn it into a formidable 71-radio stations one-third of a billion dollars multimedia conglomerate eight years later parallels the storied rise of Clear Channel from micro-cap obscurity to large-cap market leader (see historical reference note below). Light Media is excited to have Mary Catherine Sneed as a value-added member of its strategic advisory team," said Danny Wilson, CEO of Light Media.
    Historical Reference Note (Media): In 1984, a relatively then unknown micro-cap, publicly-traded media company was in the midst of completing its Initial Public Offering (IPO) at a split-adjusted price of $0.43 per share (6 radio stations). Still unknown to the masses, that then 1984 $0.43/share penny stock publicly-traded media company evolved to what is known today as "Clear Channel Media and Entertainment" and a stock price at its height in excess of $30/share and an estimated market value of $24 Billion at the time of its privatization in 2008 (exploding from 6 to 850 radio stations). For more information on Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, please visit:

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