TV-Loonland AG

EANS-News: TV-Loonland AG applies for revocation of admission to Prime Standard - Shares to be listed in the General Standard

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Unterföhring (euro adhoc) - 22 May 2009 - Management Board and Supervisory Board of TV-Loonland AG have agreed on applying for revocation of admission of its shares currently listed in the section of the Regulated Market with additional follow-up obligations (so called Prime Standard). Once the application is formally accepted by the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, TV-Loonland shares will be listed in the General Standard. The time frame between the announcement and the revocation becoming effective is three months.

PR 010-090522

About TV-Loonland

TV-Loonland is a brand management company primarily in the children's and youth market focusing on high-quality content which it develops and produces in house as well as coproduces with third party producers and partners. With offices in key locations throughout Europe (Paris, Munich and London) TV-Loonland is ideally positioned to identify, produce and market top quality brands across all media including TV, Home Entertainment, Licensing & Merchandising as well as digital media.

TV-Loonland's most recent successes include brands such as LITTLE PRINCESS, THE OWL and PAT&STAN.

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Mark Kilisek
Tel.: +49(0) 8920508 100

Branche: Media
ISIN:      DE0005348403
WKN:        534840
Index:    Prime All Share
Börsen:  Frankfurt / regulated dealing/prime standard
              Berlin / free trade
              Stuttgart / free trade
              Düsseldorf / free trade
              München / free trade

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