MORRISTOWN, N.J. - Feberuary 8, 2005- Access Integrated Technologies, Inc. ("AccessIT") (AMEX: AIX) announced today that an interview with Bud Mayo, AccessIT's President and Chief Executive Officer will be broadcast on Saturday, February 12 at 9:00 a.m. on New Jersey's WMTR radio station on a program called "From Success to Significance" hosted by Sal Salvo. WMTR radio is available on 1170 AM and 1250 AM in and around the state of New Jersey.
During the 20-minute segment, Mr. Mayo will touch upon his experiences prior to founding AccessIT including founding, growing and selling a successful New York metro-based chain of movie theatres named Clearview Cinemas. He will also discuss AccessIT's critical role in the motion picture industry's transition from analog to digital.
WMTR Radio is a local to New Jersey radio station found on 1170 and 1250 on the AM dial. The station is best know for providing "classic oldies" but also provides talk-radio programs including "From Success to Significance" and "Here's To Your Good Health", with Gloria Roses. Musical artists commonly featured on WMTR include Elvis, Chuck Berry, Dion and The Belmonts, Little Richard, The Shirelles, Buddy Holly, Fats Domino and Neil Sedaka.
Access Integrated Technologies, Inc. (AccessIT) is an industry leader in offering a fully managed storage and electronic delivery service for owners and distributors of digital content to movie theaters and other venues. Supported by its robust platform of fail-safe Internet data centers, AccessIT is able to leverage the market-leading role of its Theatrical Distribution System (TDS) with its innovative digital delivery capabilities and in-theatre software systems to provide the highest level of technology available to enable the emerging Digital Cinema industry to transition from film without changing workflows. For more information on AccessIT, visit www.accessitx.com.
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Suzanne Tregenza Moore
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Joel Pomerantz or Michael Glickman
The Dilenschneider Group