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1105 Media Selects Cadmus as Single Source Provider for Magazine Production Services

Press release from the issuing company

Nov 30, 2006 -- Cadmus announced today that 1105 Media, Inc., a leading integrated business-to-business media and information company, has selected Cadmus to be its exclusive provider of publisher services. 1105 Media was formed in April 2006, through the acquisition of 101communications, LLC, and Stevens Publishing, and offers media and information services in the government, education, information technology, home healthcare, security, and environmental protection markets. Cadmus previously provided print, distribution and paper services to 101communications while Stevens Publishing had previously contracted with a separate service provider. Under the four year contract, Cadmus will now provide publisher services for all of 1105 Media's current magazine titles from Cadmus' facilities in Richmond, Virginia and Easton, Pennsylvania. "Cadmus' consistent performance, high level of service, breadth of offerings and multi-plant operations are the basis for the strong partnership that has developed over the last several years with 101communications," stated Neal Vitale, chief executive officer at 1105 Media. "We're confident in Cadmus' ability to provide the same level of excellence for the full spectrum of 1105 Media's magazine titles, including those formerly published by Stevens Publishing." "We're extremely pleased that a growth-oriented media company such as 1105 Media is relying on Cadmus to assist with their growth and expansion," commented John Miller, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Cadmus' Publisher Services Group. "Consistent performance and highly personalized customer service have been key components in the success of the 1105 Media/Cadmus partnership, and we are excited about our ability to continue this partnership and to be a key resource to 1105 Media as they seek to gain share and to continue their growth in the markets they serve."