DENVER, Aug. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Agent155 Media Corp. (AGMC.PK), a provider of multi-media content management; providing exposure, networking and collaboration opportunities to Film, Music, Art, Sports, Performers, Fashion, Writer and Industry Agencies worldwide. Creative and Athletic Global Community - Host, Store, Stream and Manage Your Digital Content Free! 'Be Your Own Agent'
Christopher Martinez, CEO/Founder of Agent155 Media Corp. stated, "We began as a OTCQB fully reporting company, our 10K is close to completion and Agent155 Media Corp. will be upgraded to the OTCQB, continually communicating to the investing market place. Transparency and Compliance is very important to us as well as our investors."
Agent155.com will be going live providing global exposure to an endless source of creative energy that will generate significant traffic from the growing number of people using Smart Phones, iPad's, Tablets and providing APP's for multiple platforms.
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