Azure Dynamics to Be Featured on Alexander Haig’s 21st Century Business Series January 12, 2008 and January 13, 2008 on Fox Business Network (as Paid Programming)

January 10, 2008

Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces that Azure Dynamics (TSX:AZD) (AIM:ADC) will be featured on 21st Century Business, hosted by General Alexander Haig.In upcoming years, businesses that rely on traditional gas-powered vehicles will face serious challenges that include tough emissions regulations and rising fuel costs.

While the media focus on hybrids has been primarily on cars and light trucks there is another vehicle segment that appears well suited to hybrid technology light and medium duty commercial vehicles.

About Azure Dynamics

Azure Dynamics Corporation is a world leader in the development and production of hybrid electric and electric components and powertrain systems for commercial vehicles. Azure is strategically targeting the commercial delivery vehicle and shuttle bus markets and is currently working internationally with various partners and customers. The Company is committed to providing customers and partners with innovative, cost-efficient, and environmentally-friendly energy management solutions. Azure is leveraging its proprietary technology and engineering expertise to develop specialized powertrain solutions for the urban delivery markets where inefficient drive cycles and strict emission standards are driving demand for ready-to-roll solutions.

Incorporated in Canada, Azure has operations located throughout North America. Azure Dynamics is a public company trading on both the TSX Exchange (TSX:AZD) in Canada as well as the AIM market (AIM:ADC) in London, UK. Contact Azure Dynamics for more information at www.azuredynamics.com.

About 21st Century Business

21st Century Business (21CB) airs on Fox Business Network (as paid programming) and may also be viewed through video on demand via www.21cbtv.com. The 21CB Series is also available at more than 90 prestigious college universities, including Carnegie Mellon University, Howard University, Dartmouth College and Georgetown University.

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