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This Week on MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon, 8/9

Los Angeles, CA- Idea for Major League Baseball, bioplastics, texting and driving, solar power, infomercial sales ; this week on MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon. MoneyTV is the internationally syndicated television program all about money and what makes it happen, (http://www.moneytv.net/), featuring informative interviews with company CEOs, providing insights into their operations and outlooks for their futures.

Free information packages from the featured companies can be requested by sending an email to info@moneytv.net.

The television program can also be viewed online immediately at http://www.moneytv.net/.

Featured companies on this week's program include:

Cereplast, Inc (CERP) CEO Frederic Scheer spoke of the company's compostable bioplastics, a substitute for oil-based plastics.

MonsterArts (APPZ) CEO Wayne Irving announced progress on the Text Kills campaign.

XsunX, Inc. (XSNX) CEO Tom Djokovich discussed recent company activities and the solar industry overall.

International Commercial Television, Inc. (ICTL) CFO Richard Ransom discussed continuous sales & revenues from existing customers.

A complete menu of TV listings is available at the MoneyTV web site, http://www.moneytv.net/ MoneyTV Executive Producer and Anchor Donald Baillargeon is also the host of MoneyRap Radio, http://www.moneyrap.com/ and the daily television program Global Financial News Minute with Donald Baillargeon.

MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon television program, Copyright MMXIII, all rights reserved. MoneyTV does not provide an analysis of companies' financial positions and is not soliciting to purchase or sell securities of the companies, nor are we offering a recommendation of featured companies or their stocks. Information discussed herein has been provided by the companies and should be verified independently with the companies and a securities analyst. MoneyTV provides companies a 3 to 4 month corporate profile with multiple appearances for a cash fee of $11,995.00 to $17,250.00, does not accept company stock as payment for services, does not hold any positions, options or warrants in featured companies. The information herein is not an endorsement by Donald Baillargeon, the producer, publisher or parent company of MoneyTV.