Stewart Filmscreen Appoints Krissy Rushing as Marketing Communications Manager

Industry veteran Krissy Rushing joins the growing Stewart Filmscreen team, where she will direct the screen manufacturer's marketing and communications initiatives.

TORRANCE, California, January 30, 2006 - Stewart Filmscreen Corporation® -industry leader in precision projection screen technology in the home and commercial markets -announced today the latest member of their team: industry expert Krissy Rushing. Krissy has been a journalist and editorial executive in the A/V industry for nearly a decade.


"Krissy's background as an A/V magazine editor gives us an insider's perspective on press relations. She's a professional who knows the ins and outs of the A/V world, which is a huge plus in this highly technical industry," says Grant Stewart, president of Stewart Filmscreen. "Krissy brings a fresh perspective, along with the focus and drive that is needed to maximize Stewart Filmscreen's messaging and expand our presence in the marketplace. As we continue to grow our business, Krissy will be the champion of our message that Stewart Filmscreen is the definitive source for the finest projection screens available."

"I am honored to be a part of such a revered company," says Krissy. "Stewart Filmscreen is synonymous with high quality and excellent service. Going forward, our challenge will be to make everyone -not just our industry -aware of that fact, as well as to promote screens as a product category. By raising awareness of screens, and Stewart Filmscreen's products in particular, we will set the company up for new growth."

Krissy's background includes a long list of accomplishments. Most recently, Krissy was the editor of Audio Video Interiors. She was also the editor of Connected magazine, the executive editor of Ultimate A/V, Home Theater Interiors, and Home Theater Buyer's Guide, and the managing editor of Home Theater magazine. Krissy has written technology -related features for magazines such as Wired, Custom Retailer, Fine Interiors, and authored the book Home Theater Design (Rockport Publishers). In addition, Krissy ran several Websites, such as FilmsOn.com, an online video -on -demand initiative. Her unique ability to relate technical information in an understandable form, along with her design background, will play a crucial part in her role as Marketing Communications Manager of Stewart Filmscreen.

About Stewart Filmscreen
Stewart Filmscreen has been designing and manufacturing preeminent projection screens for home and commercial markets for more than 50 years. A family -owned business, Stewart Filmscreen maintains the highest standards in screen design and craftsmanship. In fact, each screen is handmade and custom -tailored. Founded in 1947, Stewart Filmscreen has grown from a small business to an international one, with offices in Denmark and Singapore, California and Ohio. Among numerous other awards, Stewart has received two Academy Awards for Science and Technological Achievement. It brings that same quality and innovation to all viewing environments -including commercial theaters, home cinema, boardrooms, and even aerospace. More information on Stewart Filmscreen Corporation is available at www.stewartfilmscreen.com.

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