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Murphy Analytics Announces Initiation of Coverage on Intertainment Media Inc.

ST. LOUIS, MO -- (Marketwire) -- 11/12/12 -- Murphy Analytics (MA) has initiated coverage on Intertainment Media Inc. (TSX VENTURE: INT) (OTCQX: ITMTF). The Initiation Report contains a detailed discussion of INT business operations, market dynamics, macroeconomic data and indicators, financial results, potential cash flows, and risks. The Initiation Report is available at: http://www.murphyanalytics.com/uploads/INT_Initiation.pdf.

Analyst Patrick J. Murphy, CFA notes in the report: "Like many of the leading information technology and media players, INT has recognized opportunity being created from shifting marketing / buying / communicating habits and needs. While operating revenues have been driven historically in large part by the Company's Graphic Services segment, INT has invested heavily in New Media with a range of social business and brand connection platforms in addition to a $25 million CAD October 2011 acquisition of Ortsbo, Inc. -- a voice and text translation platform that enables real-time conversation across social media, instant messengers, e-mail and mobile technologies in 66 languages across 170 countries with over 212 million users. As illustrated by the development of a range of voice and translation technologies by companies like Google, Apple, and Microsoft, there is a tremendous market opportunity to bridge the communications gap among the billions of internet users, perhaps some fewer than 30% of whom speak English."

About Murphy Analytics
Murphy Analytics is an independent investment research firm providing coverage of microcap and smallcap stocks. Utilizing institutional caliber, fundamental, bottom-up analysis, Murphy Analytics helps investors make informed investment decisions about equities without extensive analyst coverage, with a focus on small-cap and micro-cap public stocks. Murphy Analytics LLC is owned by Patrick J. Murphy, who has nearly 20 years of capital markets experience, providing institutional investment and transaction analysis across a range of asset classes including microcap equities, commercial real estate debt and equity, municipal derivatives and public finance, venture capital, fixed income, CMBS and mortgage REIT's.

Disclosure: MA was paid $5,000 by Winning Media LLC in advance of the publication of this report. Neither MA nor the analyst owns or trades the shares of covered companies. Statements herein may contain forward-looking statements and are subject to significant risks and uncertainties affecting results. MA provides no assurance as to the subject company's plans or ability to effect proposed actions and cannot project capabilities, intent, resources, or experience. This report is neither a solicitation to buy nor an offer to sell securities and is to be used for informational purposes only and should not be used as basis for investment decisions. MA is not an investment advisor or broker/dealer and this report does not provide investment advice.

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Patrick J. Murphy, CFA
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Phone 636-273-9440

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