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TELLY ADDICTS Interactive-DVD

ZDP has announced it has secured the worldwide Interactive-DVD rights to the Telly Addicts format in a seven-year exclusive deal with Unique Communications Group. In addition, ZDP is particularly pleased that Noel Edmonds has agreed to appear in the game

The first edition will release in time for Christmas 2005 through Universal Pictures, ZDP's established publishing partner. Telly Addicts will be promoted in a major Christmas campaign alongside ZDP's latest groundbreaking edition of 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?' and its 'Interactive Championship Challenge 2' football title.

Andy Scrivener ZDP's C.O.O. commented:

"Following the runaway success of Millionaire, we wanted to provide players of our Interactive-DVD games with a entertaining video-based experience. Telly Addicts is such a well-known format and it fits the bill perfectly. Of course, for most who remember it, the show is inseparable from Noel Edmonds, so I am particularly grateful to Noel for agreeing to support the project".

Noel Edmonds commented:

" Much of my time is spent working on innovative projects in the media industry, but rarely does anything compel me to get personally involved. However, the fit between the Telly Addicts franchise and an Interactive-DVD game is perfect. It promises to be such fun for groups of friends and family. I just couldn't resist it! ".

For further information please contact

Martin Kitney

PR Manager

ZOO Digital Publishing plc

(Part of ZOO Digital Group plc)

20 Furnival Street

Sheffield

S1 4QT

United Kingdom

m:+44 (0)7966 782 542

f: +44 (0)114 241 3701

e:m.kitney@zoodigitalpublishing.com

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