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ADVISORY/Seybold Report Relocates Offices to Downtown San Francisco; Move Places Publication Closer to Key Influencers; Editorial Mission Remains Unchanged.

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        Seybold Seminars announced today that the Seybold Report
        offices have re-located to San Francisco, Calif., with
        circulation and fulfillment to be run from Chicago.

        The integrity of information and the quality of the writing
        readers have come to expect from the Seybold Report will
        remain unchanged.

        The move represents a continued commitment on the part of
        MediaLive International, Inc. to centralize operations in the
        heart of Silicon Valley in order to increase internal
        efficiencies, and take advantage of proximity to core
        customers and the Silicon Valley talent pool.

WHERE:  The new location of the Seybold Report offices will be:
        795 Folsom Street
        6th Floor
        San Francisco, CA 94107
        Main Phone: 415-905-2300

        Fulfillment and circulation will be located at:
        999 Oakmont Plaza Drive
        Suite 100
        Westmont, IL 60559
        Main Phone: 630-986-1432

        Revised information on the editorial staff will be available
        at For more information, please contact
        James M. Smith at
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Date:Feb 23, 2004
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