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IN-STORE ADVERTISING REPORTS ON STATUS OF SECURITIES LITIGATION

 IN-STORE ADVERTISING REPORTS ON STATUS OF SECURITIES LITIGATION
 NEW YORK, Oct. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- In-Store Advertising, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISAN), reported today that settlement talks among lawyers for the company and the plaintiffs in the company's ongoing securities litigation have been suspended without reaching a settlement. In separate letters to Judge Kenneth Conboy of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, lawyers for the company and the plaintiffs have joined in a request for a status conference to discuss the future course of this litigation. However, no date for such conference has been fixed at this time.
 In-Store Advertising, Inc. delivers advertising and promotional messages from consumer product companies at the point of purchase through its computerized network of in-store electronic signs located in approximately 5,400 supermarkets nationwide, reaching 80 million shoppers weekly.
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 /CONTACT: June Filingeri or Bernie Kilkelly of Morgen-Walke Associates, 212-986-5900, for In-Store Advertising/
 (ISAN) CO: In-Store Advertising, Inc. ST: New York IN: ADV SU:


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