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Safe and Secure TV Channel Expanding Programming and Revenue Agreements for 2011 with Pentagon's Military News Channel and other Security Industry Leaders
Date:12/23/2010

ANNAPOLIS, Md., Dec. 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Safe and Secure TV Channel, LLC (Pinksheets: SSTC), the premier internet broadband television network devoted exclusively to homeland security and emergency preparedness, is continuing to expand its content offerings for 2011 with a schedule that includes the full range of the military's official Pentagon Channel, which provides news and original programming for the 2.6 million members of the US Armed Services, as well as the hundreds of thousands of employees of the Department of Defense.

The Pentagon Channel operates round-the-clock, delivering thousands of hours of military and defense-related content annually, including front line coverage of US military theaters around the world, coverage of senior defense and government leaders, and other features.

During 2010, Safe and Secure TV Channel (SSTV) established several partnerships and agreements to fulfill its business mission to establish the Company as the multibillion-dollar security industry's leading multimedia company and information portal. SSTV intends to leverage its global audience of business and residential consumers of security industry products and services through embedded programming and advertising, and other revenue models that span the Company's website, print and electronic magazines, membership services and other business activities.

SSTV has integrated a variety of informational programming and content from such sources as the Department of Homeland Security, police and fire professionals, emergency medical services, corporate and residential security industry companies, and others.

"We're excited to move into 2011 with our largest schedule of news and information about all aspects of security and preparedness, both in the United States and around the world, and the Pentagon Channel provides an important element in our lineup," said Gerard Ferri, President of Safe and Secure TV Channel.  "Our business strate
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