World Financial News Network Favors Destiny Media, Helping People to Connect Better with Music

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Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp of World Financial News Network gives favorable analysis to Destiny Media helping many music lovers to find and deliver music of their choice.

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Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp, WFNN's Chief Independent Analyst, said, “Approximately 96% of their revenues continue to be derived from sales of their Clipstream™ software, with the balance being comprised of sales of their PirateRadio software. For sales of their Clipstream™ software, their revenues are primarily attributable to revenues from license fees. Revenues associated with maintenance agreements for their Clipstream™ software, which include updates, upgrades, support and training services, accounted for approximately 20% of Clipstream™ revenues. Dr. de Beauchamp thinks the stock will rally up to $2.00 per share in the next year."

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About Destiny Media: In December 1995, Destiny Software’s first Internet radio prototype was developed. This product was released in April 1996 under the brand name Radio Destiny. Destiny Software developed an instant audio play technology branded as Clipstream™ that enables web site owners to upload audio and video media content to a standard web server using the Clipstream™ software and to have the media content play back on almost all Internet browsers without requiring any action on the part of web visitors. Destiny developed their MPE media distribution software and the Destiny Media Player as a mechanism for securely selling and playing back digital music and Internet radio streams via the Internet. Approximately 96% of their revenues continue to be derived from sales of their Clipstream™ software, with the balance being comprised of sales of their PirateRadio software. For sales of their Clipstream™ software, their revenues are primarily attributable to revenues from license fees. Revenues associated with maintenance agreements for their Clipstream™ software, which include updates, upgrades, support and training services, accounted for approximately 20% of Clipstream™ revenues.

Steve Vestergaard, CEO

Destiny Media Technologies (OTC: DSNY)

1040 1055 W. Hastings St.

Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 2E9, Canada

Phone: 604-609-7736

Fax: 604-609-0611

Steve@destiny-software.com

http://www.destiny-software.com

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