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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, March 24, 2004 - In a move that provides public safety communications professionals with the most comprehensive sales and support infrastructure, Eventide today announced the appointment of its new network of dealers. According to Gordon Moore, General Manager, Eventide Communications Systems Division, the new dealers will maintain Eventide's commitment to consistently deliver rock-solid digital logging and archiving technologies to the public safety communications industry, where system accountability and reliability are paramount.

"We proudly welcome each of our new dealers," began Moore. "All have the skill set and experience in the public safety field required to effectively serve this market, and we are confident that each will prove to be a successful industry sales partner."

With last year's introduction of the Eventide VR778 Linux-based digital voice logging and archiving system and today's announcement of the availability of the smaller VR615, each of the eleven newly appointed dealers will immediately begin developing a sales and support infrastructure centered on Eventide's newest additions to its family of digital voice logging and archiving systems. The eleven new dealers include Quality Recording Solutions, LLC of Roswell, Georgia; Harmer Radio & Communications, Inc. based in Kahului, Hawaii; Miner Electronics of Munster, Indiana; Monroe, Louisiana's Monroe Communications; Grevemberg Communications, Inc. located in Deridder, Louisiana; PCT Communications of Calais, Maine; Rochester, Minnesota's Whitewater Wireless, Inc.; Warner Communications Corp. in St. Louis, Missouri; Albany Communications of Albany, New York; Travis Business Systems, Inc., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Falcon Communications based in Cornwall, Vermont.

About Eventide

Founded in 1971 and headquartered in Little Ferry, New Jersey, Eventide developed the first digital voice logger in 1989. Eventide has recently introduced the VR778 and VR615, its fourth-generation digital voice loggers, featuring expanded connectivity, accessibility and density. Both are fully usable as a stand-alone logger from the front panel and function as a network server for Windows 2000 or XP workstations. The VR778 and VR615 will continue to operate even when your network doesn't. Visit Eventide on the Web at www.eventide.com.

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