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STARCOM ENTERTAINMENT INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCES AGREEMENT WITH LAWRENCEVISION 3-D

 NEW HOPE, Pa., June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Starcom Entertainment International, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: SENT) announced that it entered into a preliminary joint venture agreement with LawrenceVision 3-D to produce and distribute three-dimensional film and television projects as well as license this revolutionary three-dimensional film and television 3-D technology for special promotions.
 LawrenceVision 3-D is a new state-of-the-art technology that uses one camera to produce 3-D, instead of the old-fashioned, costly two- camera system. LawrenceVision is a spin-off of a 3-D phenomenon accidentally discovered in the early part of this century. The phenomenon was seldom used because of its impracticality and marginal 3-D.
 Linda Soffer Lukens and John Lawrence, producers, directors and writers of film and TV, worked for many years to perfect this type of 3-D and created the LawrenceVision 3-D technology which, Starcom said, is cost-effective and amazingly dimensional. LawrenceVision 3-D incorporates its patented robotic methodology in creating aspects of its 3-D. LawrenceVision can be seen via television broadcast or on film by using its patent pending 3-D glasses, which are totally different in design and content than other 3-D glasses.
 Without the 3-D glasses a clear two-dimensional picture can be seen. This will allow film producers to consider the LawrenceVision 3-D process for their productions, because the 3-D can easily be transferred to video and viewed on an ordinary home TV or seen in a neighborhood movie theater without wearing costly electronic 3-D headgear. "All that is needed to see this spectacular 3-D is an inexpensive pair of LawrenceVision 3-D glasses," Starcom said.
 The joint venture plans to begin with the distribution of a children's fairy tale "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" which will be released through one of the largest distribution companies in the world during this Christmas season! Two pairs of LawrenceVision 3-D glasses will be included with each video.
 The next production will be the second in the series of 3-D fairy tales -- "The Adventures of Little Red Riding Hood in 3-D" -- incorporating the use of androids, High Definition and advanced digital effects.
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 /CONTACT: John Jacobs of Starcom Entertainment International, 215-598-0428, or fax, 215-598-0848/
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