Players Network Terminates Friendly Exchange Offer Agreement


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Dec 12, 2000
The Players Network Terminates Friendly Exchange Offer Agreement
Friday January 3, 9:36 pm ET

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The letter agreement proposing a friendly exchange offer between The Players Network (OTC Bulletin Board: PNTV - News; "Players") and REB Gaming on behalf of Northfield, Inc. as the proposed acquirer, was not consummated by December 31, 2002. Players elected to terminate the letter agreement. Mark Bradley, President of players said, "We wish REB and Northfield well, but Players must explore other opportunities to engage in a strategic business combination or to raise capital to enhance Players' operations and shareholder value."

Players operates the first and only 24-hour digital gaming and entertainment cable television channel, which is broadcast directly into hotel and casino guestrooms. Players also owns and operates, a broadband gaming and entertainment internet portal, which includes original, produced gaming-related content, e-commerce and full-streaming video programming on the World Wide Web. Players' television and internet content targets the 300,000,000 people who visit casino destinations worldwide each year by providing them with gaming-centric information.

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Source: The Players Network

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