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Rialto Entertainment Announces Appointment

2nd November 2004,

Rialto Entertainment is proud to announce the appointment of Mike Vile as Rialto Entertainment's General Manager, Australasia.

This appointment flows on from Rialto Entertainments recent expansion into the Australian market. Mike Vile will facilitate Rialto Entertainments personnel structure and expansion plans, as Rialto Entertainment sets its sights on strengthening its home-base operations in both New Zealand and Australia, and looks at other off-shore opportunities

Kelly Rogers, Rialto Entertainment's C.E.O. says "Mike joins Rialto Entertainment at an exciting time. Rialto Entertainment is one of the leading independent distributors in Australasia, after only two years in the competitive Australian Market. We are expanding our brand both at home and abroad, looking to become an internationally recognised brand and we want to be known as the specialists in art house filmed entertainment."

Mike brings to Rialto Entertainment a wealth of business knowledge. His career path has seen him hold top positions both in New Zealand and in the United Kingdom. Mike will be a valuable addition to the Rialto Entertainment team, and we wish him every success in his new role.

ENDS

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