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lmorovan   Monday, 08/18/03 09:30:28 AM
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Aug. 18, 2003
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HISTORY CHANNEL VIDEO SHOWS ISOTEC PRODUCT

A recent broadcast of the History Channel presentation:
"Modern Marvels - Security Systems" described the history of the development of security systems. The 50-minute videotape is available for purchase from the History Channel. Within the section of the video describing high technology security protection at Livermore Laboratories, an Isotec entrance portal is seen, showing an employee negotiating the access point and security devices to gain entry.

James Alexander, CEO of World Am Communications - the parent company of Isotec, on learning of the product's part in the History Channels Modern Marvels - Security Systems video, said, "It came as a pleasant surprise to realize that our product was featured in this high quality presentation by History Channel. We are also pleased to be recognized for our contribution to national security at the very important location mentioned in the video".

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