Raven Moon CEO Letter Noting Public Television Agreement and 5-for-1 Forward Stock Split Posted on Wall Street Corner Web Site

CEO states, 'Shareholders who exercise their warrants to purchase restricted

shares before the exercise deadline of December 31, 2005 will hold a higher

number of shares eligible for the 5-for-1 forward split'

Dec 08, 2005, 00:00 ET from Raven Moon Entertainment, Inc.

    ORLANDO, Fla., Dec. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Raven Moon Entertainment,
 Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   RVMN) announced today that a summary of the
 company's recent successes, announcements and activities, as well as comments
 from the Chairman and CEO, are available at the Wall Street Corner Web site.
     In a letter to shareholders, a copy of which is posted on
 http://www.wallstreetcorner.com , Joey DiFrancesco, Chairman and CEO of Raven
 Moon, discussed the significance for the company's shareholders of the recent
 announcement that WPBT/Channel 2 in Miami, Fla. will be public television's
 exclusive presenting station for GINA D'S KIDS CLUB(R). Further, American
 Public Television (APT) has offered the series for distribution, with a target
 June 2006 release. Mr. DiFrancesco referenced the new additions to the show's
 Web site ( http://www.ginadskidsclub.com ), including Christmas merchandise in
 the shopping section. Also in the letter, he provided an update on the Gina
 D's Reading Across America Program(TM).
     Mr. DiFrancesco also commented on the 5-for-1 forward stock split
 announced last week and the previously announced 100-for-1 warrant dividend
 (record date September 30, 2005): "Shareholders who exercise their warrants to
 purchase restricted shares before the exercise deadline of December 31, 2005
 will hold a higher number of shares eligible for the 5-for-1 forward split."
     Mr. DiFrancesco clarified the company's intentions with regard to the
 warrant dividends, forward stock split and proceeds. "From our perspective,
 this is a win-win benefit," said Mr. DiFrancesco. "Our shareholders increase
 their position with the company when the price is low and the money paid for
 those warrants goes directly to the company to complete additional episodes
 that will permit us to air the program five days a week. That, in turn, will
 accelerate our efforts in two areas -- one is the launching of our aggressive
 licensing program and the other is the launching of our aggressive marketing
 effort, which will address the major retail chains." Lawrence C. Oakley,
 editor of Wall Street Corner, is a Director of Raven Moon Entertainment.
     GINA D'S KIDS CLUB(R) started airing in September 2004 as a once-a-week
 series in 227 selected markets. In November 2005, an exclusive agreement was
 signed with public television station WPBT Miami designed to expand the reach
 of the program for pre-school and early elementary school-aged children on a
 premier pre-school destination like public television.
     For more information on Raven Moon Entertainment and Gina D's Kids
 Club(R), visit http://www.ravenmoon.net or http://www.ginadskidsclub.com .
     Safe Harbor Statement
     This release may contain forward-looking statements that involve risks and
 uncertainties, including without limitation, acceptance of the company's
 products, increased levels of competition, product and technological changes,
 the company's dependence upon financing and third-party suppliers, and other
 risks detailed from time to time in the company's federal filings, annual
 reports, offering memorandum, or prospectus. Specifications are subject to
 change without notice. Raven Moon Entertainment assumes no obligation to
 update any forward-looking statements.
      Contact: Carol Merry
      Fahlgren Mortine Investor Relations
      Phone: 614-825-1752
      Email: carol.merry@fahlgren.com

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