Green Means "GO" Today For MEDIA CITY SOUND and Renovation Nation on the New Planet Green channel

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GREEN MEANS GO TODAY FOR Media City SOUND & RENOVATION NATION

MEDIA CITY SOUND In the Mix for the Discovery Network’s New Planet Green Channel Show, Renovation Nation

Studio City, CA – (June 4, 2008) – Environmental enthusiasts will be sure to tune in TODAY (June 4th) at 6pm to witness the launch of Discovery Communications’ new Planet Green channel and a new series, Renovation Nation. Emmy award-winner Steve Thomas has signed on with Planet Green to host. Each episode will highlight new products and projects undertaken by home owners with a “green,� environmentally friendly twist. Sneak peak episodes of Planet Green programming appeared on other Discovery Network channels, prior to today's launch. Studio City, California based Media City Sound (

www.mcsound.com

) tackled audio and mixing duties for the show which is produced by Mike Mathis Productions. Media City Sound’s Lisa Blackwood Hope said, “We are very happy to have mixed Renovation Nation for Discovery’s Planet Green. It’s exciting to be part of this new and innovative channel. We see more and more shows coming thru Media City with a ‘green theme.’ Media City Sound handled the voice over recording for ‘Green Wheels’ and ‘Green With Envy’. Lisa continues, “I think the more programming available to viewers with this type of information will dramatically further the green cause!� More on Media City Sound: Media City Sound is a full service audio post production facility located in Studio City, CA offering all aspects of audio post including 5.1 and stereo mixing, sound effects editorial, voice-over recording, ADR / FOLEY, sound design and ISDN and AC3 encoding for DVD. The company features four mix studios and four edit bays equipped with voice-over booths and ProTools work stations. MC Sound is able to layback to Digibeta, Beta SP, 3/4", 1/2", CD or DAT. Each room has ISDN lines that digitally connect our studio to any studio in the world for the purpose of voice-overs and audio transfers. Media City is currently posting shows for NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, MTV, A&E, Lifetime, The History Channel, The Disney Channel, The Learning Channel and many others. A sister company, ALAN ETT MUSIC GROUP, is a full service music production company. Located in the same facility, together MC Sound and AEMG provide a one stop full service audio post facility. The company is also related to the OPUS1 MUSIC LIBRARY, which provides music for film, television and multimedia projects. Media City Sound is a member of the ALAN ETT CREATIVE GROUP. # # # # http://

www.mcsound.com

/ Contact: 310-341-3201 or

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