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From: hill alexandros
Subject: [Help-nano] pay attention to
Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2006 18:00:41 +0100

TUESDAY -  SEPT 19, 2006 .: FNLH
Monday Close:   0.17
Monday Vol: 249,180
FINELINE'S Gonna make a run 
Watch it like a hawk Tuesday
Fineline's Cartoons Will Be Viewed on Mobile Phones Worldwide as Screensavers 
and Wallpapers. 
KENT, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 11, 2006--Fineline Holdings Inc. (OTC:FNLH - 
News), announced today that is has launched an extensive campaign to expand its 
mobile content (cartoon character groups) to be viewed as screensavers and 
wallpapers on cellular phones worldwide. Fineline is targeting over 300 mobile 
provider companies for the licensing of its proprietary cartoon character 
groups. Fineline Holdings has already signed with the following mobile 
companies: Mobile Streams (USA, Europe, Central and South America), Mobile Fun 
Solution, Inc. (N. America, Asia, Northern Europe), Asprio (Europe), Airborn 
Entertainment, Inc. (N. America), Mobile Data Group, Inc. (Australia, Africa, 
Pacific Rim), Index Mobile (Europe, Middle East, Japan, Asia), Mobliss (Europe, 
Asia, Japan, S. America), 123Mobile, Inc. (Europe, Japan, Asia, S. America) and 
AirGames Mobile (South Africa, Africa). In addition, the aforementioned 
companies have non-exclusive worldwide rights to mobile companies throughout 
the world.

Fineline Licenses Six Character Groups for US .4 million Up-Front Fee and 20% 
Royalty... Read More

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