BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Jul 10, 2006 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Muller Media, Inc. (Pink Sheets:MLMD) announced today its board of directors has approved a 3-1 forward split of its common share capital. As of the record date of July 14, 2006, every one share of Muller Media common stock will be converted to three shares of common stock. The split will be reflected on the books of the Company's transfer agent. No action is required on the part of any shareholder to participate in the split. The NASDAQ Stock Market will effect the split in the marketplace approximately three business days after the record date. Fractional interests, if any, will be rounded up to the nearest share. Last week, Muller Media's parent company, Imperia Entertainment, Inc. (Pink Sheets:IPRE), announced a dividend of Muller Media stock to Imperia shareholders. Imperia shareholders receiving this dividend will not participate in the forward split, as the dividend stock will be issued after a registration statement is filed and declared effective by the SEC. "The company has decided to forward split the stock to improve liquidity, broaden ownership, and enhance shareholder value. The split is a clear indication that we feel strongly about our company going into the future and will facilitate our growth plan," said Kenneth Eade, president.
About Muller Media, Inc.
Muller Media (www.muller-media.com) is a film production company dedicated to the production of high quality family feature films, with ratings of PG or G. According to a study made by the Dove Foundation of films made in the years 1989 through 2003, family films are 11 times more profitable than their R-rated counterparts. The company is being positioned to take advantage of this new growing market. The company's first film project, "Whiskers," is the story of a friendly and intelligent sea lion. It is created by underwater photography pioneer, Jordan Klein ("Jaws," "Thunderball," "Splash").
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