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MediaStreet.com Adds to Digital Services Portal by Teaming With PhotoAccess

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

DEER PARK, NY and SEATTLE, WASH., April 17,2001 MediaStreet.com Inc., a provider of unique and hard to find digital imaging consumables, products, programs and services designed to enhance digital workflow systems, announced today that its technology partnership with PhotoAccess.com Corporation is enabling the company to provide complete digital photo services, create Back-to-the-Future and Digital-to-Silver-Halide Prints, as well as offer lifetime, online photo storage on its Web site, www.mediastreet.com. PhotoAccess, the leading Internet retail Applications Service Provider (ASP) of digital camera photo finishing solutions, quickly integrated its back-end technology solutions with MediaStreet.com to offer customers unlimited online photo storage and albuming, as well as the ability for guests and family members to view all images and then choose which ones they want to order for high quality printing. In addition, PhotoAccess is providing the eCommerce and fulfillment capabilities, making certain payments are securely transacted and the prints and merchandise ordered are delivered directly to the customer's home. MediaStreet offers a variety of digital products and services, including specialty inks that professional photo service companies and consumers can use with digital printers. Norm Levy, president of MediaStreet.com said, "With our PhotoAccess offerings, our customers now have alternative avenues for their digital files. They can archive their files online, free for a lifetime, and access them on demand when they are ready to print them out with our Generations ink and media to have the prints last a lifetime." "We're pleased to assist MediaStreet in expanding its digital services," said Jerry Barber, president and CEO of PhotoAccess. "We share a similar vision of helping consumers and professionals exploit digital technologies by bringing them closer to products and services that make it easy to get what they need, when they need it."




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