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ADVISORY/``Concert in the Park'' Showcases New DTS Entertainment Performers.

Entertainment Editors & Music Writers

ADVISORY...for Sunday (July 15)

--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)


WHAT: The Valley Cultural Center will feature DTS Entertainment
 recording artists Larisa Stow and David Alan during a special
 "Concert in the Park" in Woodland Hills on July 15. Both
 artists have new DVD-Audio releases now arriving in record
 stores all over the world under the DTS Entertainment 5.1
 music label. These discs offer stereo and 5.1 soundtracks,
 plus menu screens and video extras, and are playable on all
 DVD-Audio, DVD-Video and DVD-ROM players.

 Following their respective performances, both artists will be
 signing autographs for attendees who have purchased their
 discs during this event. Also, concert-goers will be able to
 experience first-hand these new 5.1 surround sound
 recordings, via an on-premise display with several
 DTS-equipped 5.1 demo vehicles, supplied by local
 installation experts from Haas Autosound and Kenwood Car
 Audio.

 DTS Entertainment is a leading producer of music recordings
 mixed into 5.1 digital surround sound and is fueling a "hot"
 record-industry trend with an expanding new catalog of
 popular, established artists and talented newcomers,
 presented in the DVD-Audio format, as well as exclusive DTS
 5.1 Music Discs.

WHEN: Sunday, July 15, 2001, from 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Warner Park, Woodland Hills
 (Topanga Canyon Blvd. and Califa St.)


For more information and to RSVP for this special event, contact Jill McAllister, mPRm Public Relations, 323/933-3399, ext. 206, or jill.mcallister@mprm.com.
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