Proposed Merger Agreement Between M3X Media, Inc and Lone Star Group Holdings Inc Will Not be Consummated

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The Board of Directors of M3X Media, Inc. have announced that the proposed merger agreement with Lone Star Holdings Group, Inc. (OTCBB: LSGH) will not be consummated.

The Board of Directors of M3X Media, Inc. have announced that the proposed merger agreement with Lone Star Holdings Group, Inc. (OTCBB: LSGH) will not be consummated. M3X Media will remain as a private company and continue to move forward with their corporate development plans.

M3X Media is a cutting edge digital entertainment and multimedia company with a focus on portable multimedia solutions. Company founder, James Devericks has multiple telecommunications related "Patents Pending" in an omnibus "Patent" which has been filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and involves several internet technologies, portable consumer handheld electronics and multi-media content delivery.

About M3X MEDIA INC.
M3X MEDIA INC. is a Florida-based corporation specializing in digital entertainment and multi media with a core focus on portable multimedia solutions. Through its M3X Media and M3X Mobile Divisions, the company is at the forefront of cutting edge hardware, software, multimedia portals and media security solutions. The company operates a web portal at http://www.mthreex.com.

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