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Strategic Global Investments and Television 101 Opt to Forgo Agency Representation and Alternatively Conduct In-House Syndication

CARLSBAD, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/06/14 -- Strategic Global Investments, Inc. (OTC Pink: STBV) (PINKSHEETS: STBV) is pleased to announce that the first episode of their Marijuana dispensary set, comedy-reality TV series has been completed. Under the direction of Television 101, the series portrays a humorous heartfelt, inside view into the cannabis industry. After careful consideration, the Producers have decided that it's in the best interest of the Company to forgo agency representation on the project and now intends to give the series the advantage of direct representation.

Due to recent interest, Strategic Global, in collaboration with Television 101 Producers, have concluded that the Company is better positioned taking complete control of the show's network distribution. Direct representation gives the series the advantage of being the presenter's exclusively featured programming, ensuring the finest likelihood that the program will be picked up. Television 101 is currently progressing in production of subsequent episodes of the entertaining, light-hearted documentary styled series, as the national cannabis debate moves slowly towards a post prohibition era.

As recently announced: The Producers feel that the show has the potential to appeal to a wide demographic of the television viewing audience. Creating a compelling and entertaining show without any political agenda enables the taboo subject matter at the core of the show to gain familiarity, resulting in a gradual forsaking of the common stigma. As pre-conceived notions are increasingly overcome, the viewer can discover the fascinating world of medical marijuana, from decriminalization and legalization to harvesting and consumption in a whole new light.

The series will also be streamed online as on demand webisodes, while the company seeks to establish distribution on TV networks.

"We are pleased to have decided to now be moving forward in this direction. It's our belief that we will be able to do better justice to the show in its presentation to the networks, as well as maximize available options, if we take full control of its syndication." stated Andy Fellner, CEO of Strategic Global Investments.

About television 101: television 101 consists of an eclectic team of skilled writers, directors, producers, cinematographers, and editors that develop and produce cutting edge film, television shows, and commercial spots that are compelling, entertaining, and at times amusing. Projects currently in production or development are Academy Award nominated screenwriter, Krzysztof Kieslowski Documentary feature, Krzysztof Piesiewicz's "Love", a drama feature, "Reel Guerrillas" a comedy feature, Television series, "Greed,", "Two Dope Detectives", "Granola Heads" "No Man's Land," and "Rebecca's Coast," a variety of television pilots (both scripted and documentary/reality), long and short form commercial productions, and multimedia/internet programming. television 101 LLC is a Limited Liability Company and is headquartered in Hollywood, California. For more information visit: http://www.television101.net/what.html

About Strategic Global Investments: Strategic Global Investments is a company engaged in providing its customers with various venues to reach their target audience with on demand programming or advertising through Wazillo.com and WazilloMedia.com. WazilloMedia.com is involved in the production of videos for customers and consumers permitting the use of the Company's state of the art studios to produce their own videos and the use of a website where subscribers can make available live, streaming video for their potential audience. The Company produces Internet content, taped video shows, in their state-of-the-art studios in San Diego, California, where the productions can be stored and replayed on Demand 24/7 through the Company's cutting edge Content Management System. For more information visit our website at: www.strategicglobalinvestments.com

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