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PangoMedia, Inc. Announces new Chief Executive Officer

Anchorage, AK - August 24, 2010 -- The board of PangoMedia, Inc., provider of innovative software engineering, IT staffing and web development solutions for Alaskan business and government, has announced an internal promotion to its executive team.

Craig Fisher, now Chief Executive Officer, joined PangoMedia in 2004 bringing with him a
national resume in high‐level technical consulting, training and web development. In his
previous role as Chief Operating Officer, Craig brought this experience to bear transforming
PangoMedia from a small web design & hosting shop into the large scale, process‐oriented,
engineering and consulting company it has become.

In his career to‐date, Craig has proven himself in all aspects of Information Technology:
Programming, analysis and architecture, with expertise in strategic IT planning, web
development, SQL and database development. Craig's consulting credits include developing
high‐volume, high‐visibility applications for Fortune 100 companies, the State of Alaska, and
Alaskan oil companies. Craig spent four years traveling the US during his tenure with Allaire
(Macromedia/Adobe) coaching thousands of developers from companies including Boeing,
Cummins and Sprint before finally settling in Alaska.

An avid sailor, skier, and rock climber, a father and husband, Craig has lived in Anchorage for 9
years. He is active in numerous local organizations such as the Alaska Support Industry Alliance
and the Alaska Sailing Club.

Craig takes on the role of CEO from Andy Rogers who resigned from PangoMedia last month.

Founded in 1997, PangoMedia, Inc. is an Alaskan company committed to meeting clients'
technical needs by adhering to four principles: Unique business needs come first,
communication is critical, rigorous process enables success, and staying current with
technology leads to optimal solutions.

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