Photo Opportunity - Why is energy a leading global issue?


    Just fill up your tank - and you'll quickly realize why energy is the
    number one issue in the world

    CALGARY, June 2 /CNW/ - Join Energy-TV as it announces unique
partnerships as The Global Petroleum Show approaches and delegates from around
the world congregate in Calgary to discuss the future of the energy industry.
    Global attention is focusing on energy due to economic concerns caused by
record high oil prices combined with climbing natural gas prices. With summer
around the corner and gas pump prices expected to soar over $1.50 per litre,
people are looking for information about oil and gas as well as the future of
alternative energy - information they are able to find on Energy-TV.
    Energy-TV (www.energytv.com) is a half hour newsmagazine format
television show that covers Canada's energy industry including oil and gas as
well as alternative energy. Each week, co-hosts Helena DeVries and Chad
Carriere explore the issues affecting an industry and the impact that has on
the global and local community.
    As the Global Petroleum Show approaches, Energy-TV invites media to join
a press conference to learn more about energy issues. At the press conference,
media will be presented with a commodity overview by Bill Gwozd, P.Eng., VP,
Gas Services at a leading international energy consulting firm, Ziff Energy.
    In addition, Energy-TV, together with its partners including: dmg world
media, the Calgary Herald and JuneWarren Publishing, will discuss how their
initiatives will provide Canadians with industry news to fuel their thirst for
energy information. Media are invited to the following press conference
including appetizers:Where: Belgo Brasserie: 501 - 8 Avenue SW Calgary
              When: Wednesday, June 4, 2008
              Time: 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. MSTEach partnership provides a unique photo opportunity and story angle as
outlined below:

    dmg world media Global petroleum Show
    (www.petroleumshow.com/globalpetroleum)

    dmg world media is the producer of the largest oil and gas show anywhere
the - Global Petroleum Show (GPS). Attendance this year is expected to break
previous record over 65,000. Energy-TV is proud to announce that it is the
Official News Source for GPS and will be hosting a talk show featuring global
leaders in the energy sector at booth 6002. Energy-TV will also be producing
daily stories from the event known as Energy-TV GPS Daily that will be
available though the Energy-TV and the GPS web site.

    The Calgary Herald's new online Energy
    (www.heraldenergy.com)

    The Calgary Herald is expanding its web site to include comprehensive
online coverage of the energy industry. The new expanded Calgary Herald Energy
web site will feature daily video content from Energy-TV.

    JuneWarren Publishing and the Energy Services Summit
    (www.energyservicesummit.com)

    Energy-TV is the official broadcast partner of the Energy Services Summit
(ESS) in Edmonton, Alberta July 24 - 25, 2008. The summit will include leaders
of the oilfield services and supply sector and energy industry, as well as key
government officials. The ESS is also teaming up with the Rexall Edmonton Indy
to give delegates a "high-octane" experience. The Energy Services Summit is
co-presented by JuneWarren Publishing, Nickles Energy Group and OOMPH! event
management.

    National Career Event Engineering/Hi-Tech/Oil and Gas Career Fair

    Energy-TV, is also the official media sponsor of the National Career
Event Engineering/Hi-Tech/Oil and Gas Career Fairs held in Edmonton Oct. 1,
2008, at the Mayfield Inn and Suites, and Calgary Oct. 3, 2008, at the TELUS
Convention Centre. These career fairs address the growing HR shortages in the
oil and gas industry by connecting hundreds of highly motivated job seekers
with recruiters and employers in a face-to-face setting.

    Also joining the press conference will be a dynamic alternative energy
student initiative known as the Alberta Solar Decathlon
(www.albertasolardecathlon.ca). Students from the University of Calgary, Mount
Royal College and SAIT are joining forces to build a viable solar power house
that will be entered into a high profile international competition sponsored
by the United States Department of Energy.


    Background:

    Energy-TV & Chandran Media

    Calgary-based Energy-TV Inc. is a Chandran Media Property
(www.chandranmedia.com). Chandran Media is revolutionizing
business-to-business communication by engaging large volumes of discerning
viewers through leading television broadcast shows and then driving this
targeted viewing audience to vertical market web sites that include searchable
video content.In addition, various other new shows have been launched including:
    -   Energy-TV Investments which is a national show that focuses on
        investment opportunities (www.energytv.com)
    -   CEO-TV (www.ceotv.com) that shines the spotlight on the "C" suite in
        business
    -   Mining-TV (www.miningindustrytv.com) that highlights the "players" in
        the mining sector
    -   And Real Investments (www.realinvestmentstv.com) that zeros-in on
        investment opportunities in real estate across Canada.Each show has been designed to captivate vertical market audiences and
drive the viewers back to the web sites where they can watch video on demand
in our Video Business Online Directory (VBOD). This viewer behavior model
represents the future of video watching. People will be able to select short
clips on relevant topics to watch when their schedule permits, anywhere in the
world - from a laptop or a blackberry through pod-casts and mobile
applications.
    Through his visionary model, companies that have employees from Gen Y Gen
X, Baby Boomer and Veteran generations can span the generation gap to help
them understand complex industries. These unique viewing audiences also
provide a powerful marketing platform within vertical markets. As a result,
Calgary-based Chandran Media has become one of the fastest growing broadcast
firms in North America.




For further information: Energy-TV or Chandran Media, Media Contact:
Shelly Brimble, ph. (403) 237-6422 ext.250 or (403) 804-8605,
shellyb@chandranmedia.com; dmg world media, Media Contact: Paula Arnold, ph:
(403) 209-3555, PaulaArnold@dmgworldmedia.com; Ziff Energy, Media Contact:
Bill Gwozd, ph. (403) 234-4299, bill.gwozd@ziffenergy.com; The Calgary Herald,
Media Contact: Doug Firby, ph. (403) 235-7134, dfirby@theherald.canwest.com;
Energy Services Summit, Media Contact: Mike Richard, ph. 1-866-671-2778,
mike@oomphevents.com; National Career Event, Media Contact: Diane Champagne,
ph. (514) 397-1150 ext 12, diane@nationalcareerevent.com