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Channeland is a media company with three business lines – media production services, media delivery technology, and media portfolio.  Current operations comprise its “media production services” business line providing music, film, television and Internet recording and media production services globally.  Channeland’s clients include artists, film makers, television producers, record labels, and large media groups such as Sony, EMI, and Universal Pictures.  Channeland’s personnel have multiple platinum & gold albums and Grammy award winning projects, with credits such as Shania Twain, DC Talk, Israel Houghton, Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Amy Grant, Billy Ray Cyrus, and Michael Bolton.


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  1. What is your target market on the low end. On the low end who can your sevices benefit.

  2. Ron – great question. Some of our services that come to mind that offer a substantial yet affordable increase in the quality of a clients end product would be programming (creating or enhancing a track with keyboard programming), or mixing. A good mix can really help take a project to the next level.

  3. Hell yes lets find some gold, records what ever…How about getting Blake Shelton on board..

  4. What do you intend to do with Lons Star Gold’s gold exploration business?

  5. How soon for some major news to help stock price move upward? What are your thoughts on the tailings project, are you going to push that project?

    • Since Channeland is now part of a publicly traded organization, Lone Star Gold, Inc., information such as this must be disclosed through press releases and 8K statements filed with the SEC. Thank you for the question and the company will disclose information when it is available.

  6. when will your quarterly report be released ?

  7. Can you share any information on Lone Star Gold future plans ahead?

    • Alex, thank you for your comment. Lone Star Gold, Inc. is a 1934 Act public company, which means that it is bound by Regulation FD – all shareholders receive the same information at the same time.

      As Lone Star management is able to, it will release press releases and 8-K announcements.

      • Robert J Blackwell

        I am an original stock holder of Lone Star Stock and I have “NEVER” received any mail from them! I guess they lost my address?

      • Send a direct contact from the “Contact Us” page and they will include you on communications. You can also add yourself through the admin menu on this website.

  8. At least you should be able to comment on future plans regarding LSTG.
    You don’t need to be specific, just let us know your intentions.
    QSL

  9. I do agree with roger..You have such hugh properties in mexico and I am sure a major is just waiting to snatch it out of your hands.

  10. The following is the information as to the 3 million investment that doesn’t seem to have been utilized.

    Print

    Lone Star Gold, Inc. (QB) (OTCBB:LSTG)
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    6 Months : From Aug 2013 to Feb 2014
    Click Here for more Lone Star Gold, Inc. (QB) Charts. Lone Star Gold Announces Effective Registration Statement, Which Allows for up to $3 Million in Additional Capital From KVM Capital Partners LLC

    ALBEQUERQUE, NM–(Marketwired – Nov 18, 2013) – Lone Star Gold, Inc. (OTCQB: LSTG), (the “Company”), announced today that its Equity Facility to fund up to $3,000,000 from KVM Capital Partners LLC (KVM) is now effective and Lone Star may access the funds under the terms of the agreement.

    On October 15th, the Company announced it had received the commitment for the Equity Facility from KVM. Under the terms of the commitment, the Company was required to file an S-1 Registration Statement with the SEC. The Company was notified by the SEC that there were no further comments and the Registration Statement has now been declared Effective which allows the Company to access the Registered Equity Purchase Agreement.

    Neil Kleinman, Director of KVM, commented: “KVM is pleased to play a role assisting Lone Star Gold to commence processing of its tailings pile. KVM looks to invest in Companies that have a viable business model where we can assist in both short- term and long-term goals. We have been familiar with the management of LSTG for many years and believe that we can assist Lone Star achieve its long term goal.”

    KVM is actively working with management to secure secondary funding to enable the company to begin the process of building its own on-site plant in Mexico.

    About Lone Star Gold, Inc.

    Lone Star Gold, Inc. is a publicly traded (OTCQB: LSTG) gold exploration and development company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Company’s aggressive acquisition and exploration approach is strategically focused on proven, stable precious metal regions in America and Mexico. Currently, Lone Star has a 70% Working Interest in concessions covering 800 hectares in the La Candelaria project in Chihuahua, Mexico, which the Company is evaluating to determine the potential sites that represent the best potential for silver and gold deposits. Lone Star also has an undivided 65% interest in the San Antonio del Potrero mine tailings project near the city of Hidalgo Del Parral in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico.

    Cautionary Note Regarding Forward

    WE ARE NOT TRYING TO GET YOU TO DIVULGE ANY INFORMATION THAT COULD GET YOU INTO DIFFICULLTY WITH THE SEC.

    We as INVESTORS, are just curious as to why these monies have not been utilized for the development of the Tailings project.
    We are not looking for pumped up info so as to get more investors to drop more monies into LSTG.
    QSL

  11. What happened to the Lone Star Gold website? Surely an answer to that is not a violation of any SEC regulations. So what gives?

  12. As the buyer of 150,000 shares, with an average price of $0.1007, I am especially interested in finding if LSTG is still a viable company. Is the company real and is there any hope of ever getting back to a break even point or is all lost? Rowe1458@AOL.Com

  13. Any new information regarding LSTG. I made an inquiry in February 2014 and nothing from you folks since. Are there any plans for the future of this company?

  14. Nothing signed, sealed and delivered. The company’s management is working with my firm, Rhodes Holdings LLC, to increase shareholder value through acquisition. I believe that we will have some information for shareholders prior to the end of the year.

  15. I think you need to look at the valuation of LSTG and advise your client that the bottom is just a partial cent away.
    We need “NOTHING SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED” to read: “SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED”, if LSTG is going to survive.
    I, like many of the other investors, have ridden this stock to this point and hope the management will give us something positive, SOON…..

  16. ” I believe that we will have some information for shareholders prior to the end of the year.”

    Were near the end of the year, anything from this company?

  17. Since the acquisition Channeland and their advisors at Rhodes Holdings have not given shareholders a single piece of information of any type. In fact they seem to be trying to avoid any information as the website has been taken down for sometime. Don’t any of you take your fiduciary responsibilities to shareholders seriously?

  18. sign me up.

  19. Rhodes Holdings LLC,
    It’s the end of the year.
    What’s going on with LSTG?
    What are they doing with the 3 million development monies?
    Seems the management of Channeland are not performing their duties in regard to getting LSTG moving in the right direction. The 3 million should be plenty to get the tailings project producing money for the corporation.
    Since you are an advisor to Channeland, how about requesting them to release whatever news they have about LSTG.
    Thanks,
    Disappointed investor….

  20. It seems that Channeland management and Rhodes Holdings LLC do not understand their fiduciary responsibilities to LSTG shareholders!

  21. A little reminder of the propaganda put out by LSTG 2 YEARS ago.
    You folks at Channeland and Rhodes Holdings hopefully counter this non-sense with a bit of good news from the Company….

    What’s going on with the Protero tailings deal.

    Surely, with the business Goldcorp is doing with their tailings project, Channeland could be doing the same thing…..

    How about the news you said would be forthcoming at the end of the year.

    Hopefully, it won’t contain the same tripe that was pumped out 2 years ago.

    Thanking you,
    Roger

    Lone Star Gold, Inc. (LSTG) has made several noteworthy announcements over the past month.

    In addition to announcing that the Albuquerque-based company has decided to move forward with signing a definitive agreement to acquire an interest in a tailings project in Mexico, LSTG also outlined its early 2012 timeline for its current projects.

    “I’m incredibly excited about all our projects going into next year,” said LSTG’s President, Daniel Ferris in a December 28 press release. “2011 has seen incredible progress with our operations in Mexico and I’m looking forward continuing to build our property portfolio in Mexico and potentially see revenue from one of the projects within the first quarter of 2012.”

    Plenty of upcoming milestones

    On December 28, LSTG outlined its early 2012 timeline for its current projects including La Candelaria, which comprises ~1,976 acres of mining concessions located roughly 125 miles (200 km) southwest of the capital city of Chihuahua State in Mexico.

    Here are a few of the milestones the company is hoping to achieve:
    •Currently: 200 Meter Drill Core Samples expected back. (Candelaria).
    •Jan. (EARLY): 10 holes to be Augured to acquire 40 undisturbed samples at depths of 20-25 meters. (Tailings due Diligence).
    •Jan. (EARLY): Results from Ocampo Due Diligence due to be received from ALS CHEMEX.
    •Jan. (EARLY): Results from Candelaria 10 Drill Targets due to be received from ALS CHEMEX.
    •Jan. (EARLY): Lone Star Drill to be moved to San Antonio del Potrero mine tailings.
    •Jan. (MID): Beginning of 2nd year Work Commitment Payments due. (Candelaria).
    •Jan. (MID): 3-5 DEEP HOLE (600-700 Meters) Targets identified. (Candelaria).
    •Jan. (MID): 3-5 DEEP HOLE (600-700 Meters) Drilling to commence. (Candelaria).
    •Jan. (MID): Lone Star US management to visit properties.
    •Jan. (END): Ocampo Project LOI Period Ends – Decision regarding Definitive Agreement to be issued.
    •Jan. (END): Tailing Project LOI Period ends – Decision regarding Definitive Agreement to be issued.
    •Feb. (All): Further property to be sourced and LOI entered for a Due Diligence period.

    To help fund these exploration activities, Lone Star exercised a 3rd $200,000 ‘Put Notice’ ($600,000 drawn in total to date), against the USD $15 million line of equity agreement the Company entered into on August 26th, 2011, a December 28 press release stated. The equity financing agreement does not involve any debt. Rather, the terms of the agreement give Lone Star the option to draw down from the $15 million amount as and when needed in the amount of $100,000 or multiples thereof.

    “Major industry players are carrying out substantial gold and silver production and development in the region,” says company president

    While there is considerable gold production and development activity in Mexico, the closest instances to the La Candelaria project all fall within Chihuahua State, LSTG’s Web site states.

    To the northwest of La Candelaria is Goldcorp’s open-pit El Sauzal mine, which produced 204,000 ounces of gold in 2009. Just north of El Sauzal is Silver Standard’s Veta Colorada, one of three properties that comprise the North Parral project. The area’s rich deposits have yielded ~200 million ounces of silver over 300 years of intermittent mining, LSTG’s Web site states.

    Just north of Veta Colorada is one of the world’s newest and highest quality silver-gold mines: Coeur d’Alene Mine’s Palmarejo. The mine’s average production capacity is ~120,000 ounces of gold and 9.0 million ounces of silver per year. And just north of Palmarejo, in a district that has been producing gold and silver for more than 150 years, is Gammon Gold’s Ocampo mine, one of the largest operating gold-silver mines in Chihuahua State, an August 17 press release stated.

    “Major industry players are carrying out substantial gold and silver production and development in the region,” said Ferris in the August 17 press release.

    Definitive Agreement to acquire interest in tailings project

    Earlier this week, LSTG announced that it has decided to move forward with signing a definitive agreement to acquire an undivided 65 percent interest in the San Antonio del Potrero mine tailings project.

    According to a January 3 press release, the Definitive Agreement outlines the incremental transfer of a total of 600,000 shares of Lone Star’s common stock over a 1-year period following the signing of the agreement; the shares of common stock will carry current and appropriate legends in accordance with U.S. Securities laws. The Definitive Agreement also outlines cash commitments over the first two years for initial and secondary project work/equipment/plant construction totaling up to $1.55 million with a minimum of $1.3 million. After the project’s estimated 1.2 million tons of mine tailings have been processed, Lone Star will forfeit its 65% interest in the Mexican company, including the plant and all equipment, thereby releasing Lone Star of any further involvement with the project.

    “From the moment we first identified this opportunity it was clearly an ideal fit with our goal of rapidly becoming a mid-tier producer in the short term,” Ferris said in the January 3 press release. “Once we’ve signed the Definitive Agreement in mid-January, we’ll effectively be in the position of potentially beginning 6-8 years of production as soon as February 2012.”

    Could 2012 be a breakout year for LSTG?

    To learn more about Lone Star Gold, Inc., visit: http://www.lonestargold.com/

    Lone Star Gold, Inc. (LSTG) has made several noteworthy announcements over the past month.

    In addition to announcing that the Albuquerque-based company has decided to move forward with signing a definitive agreement to acquire an interest in a tailings project in Mexico, LSTG also outlined its early 2012 timeline for its current projects.

    “I’m incredibly excited about all our projects going into next year,” said LSTG’s President, Daniel Ferris in a December 28 press release. “2011 has seen incredible progress with our operations in Mexico and I’m looking forward continuing to build our property portfolio in Mexico and potentially see revenue from one of the projects within the first quarter of 2012.”

    Plenty of upcoming milestones

    On December 28, LSTG outlined its early 2012 timeline for its current projects including La Candelaria, which comprises ~1,976 acres of mining concessions located roughly 125 miles (200 km) southwest of the capital city of Chihuahua State in Mexico.

    Here are a few of the milestones the company is hoping to achieve:
    •Currently: 200 Meter Drill Core Samples expected back. (Candelaria).
    •Jan. (EARLY): 10 holes to be Augured to acquire 40 undisturbed samples at depths of 20-25 meters. (Tailings due Diligence).
    •Jan. (EARLY): Results from Ocampo Due Diligence due to be received from ALS CHEMEX.
    •Jan. (EARLY): Results from Candelaria 10 Drill Targets due to be received from ALS CHEMEX.
    •Jan. (EARLY): Lone Star Drill to be moved to San Antonio del Potrero mine tailings.
    •Jan. (MID): Beginning of 2nd year Work Commitment Payments due. (Candelaria).
    •Jan. (MID): 3-5 DEEP HOLE (600-700 Meters) Targets identified. (Candelaria).
    •Jan. (MID): 3-5 DEEP HOLE (600-700 Meters) Drilling to commence. (Candelaria).
    •Jan. (MID): Lone Star US management to visit properties.
    •Jan. (END): Ocampo Project LOI Period Ends – Decision regarding Definitive Agreement to be issued.
    •Jan. (END): Tailing Project LOI Period ends – Decision regarding Definitive Agreement to be issued.
    •Feb. (All): Further property to be sourced and LOI entered for a Due Diligence period.

    To help fund these exploration activities, Lone Star exercised a 3rd $200,000 ‘Put Notice’ ($600,000 drawn in total to date), against the USD $15 million line of equity agreement the Company entered into on August 26th, 2011, a December 28 press release stated. The equity financing agreement does not involve any debt. Rather, the terms of the agreement give Lone Star the option to draw down from the $15 million amount as and when needed in the amount of $100,000 or multiples thereof.

    “Major industry players are carrying out substantial gold and silver production and development in the region,” says company president

    While there is considerable gold production and development activity in Mexico, the closest instances to the La Candelaria project all fall within Chihuahua State, LSTG’s Web site states.

    To the northwest of La Candelaria is Goldcorp’s open-pit El Sauzal mine, which produced 204,000 ounces of gold in 2009. Just north of El Sauzal is Silver Standard’s Veta Colorada, one of three properties that comprise the North Parral project. The area’s rich deposits have yielded ~200 million ounces of silver over 300 years of intermittent mining, LSTG’s Web site states.

    Just north of Veta Colorada is one of the world’s newest and highest quality silver-gold mines: Coeur d’Alene Mine’s Palmarejo. The mine’s average production capacity is ~120,000 ounces of gold and 9.0 million ounces of silver per year. And just north of Palmarejo, in a district that has been producing gold and silver for more than 150 years, is Gammon Gold’s Ocampo mine, one of the largest operating gold-silver mines in Chihuahua State, an August 17 press release stated.

    “Major industry players are carrying out substantial gold and silver production and development in the region,” said Ferris in the August 17 press release.

    Definitive Agreement to acquire interest in tailings project

    Earlier this week, LSTG announced that it has decided to move forward with signing a definitive agreement to acquire an undivided 65 percent interest in the San Antonio del Potrero mine tailings project.

    According to a January 3 press release, the Definitive Agreement outlines the incremental transfer of a total of 600,000 shares of Lone Star’s common stock over a 1-year period following the signing of the agreement; the shares of common stock will carry current and appropriate legends in accordance with U.S. Securities laws. The Definitive Agreement also outlines cash commitments over the first two years for initial and secondary project work/equipment/plant construction totaling up to $1.55 million with a minimum of $1.3 million. After the project’s estimated 1.2 million tons of mine tailings have been processed, Lone Star will forfeit its 65% interest in the Mexican company, including the plant and all equipment, thereby releasing Lone Star of any further involvement with the project.

    “From the moment we first identified this opportunity it was clearly an ideal fit with our goal of rapidly becoming a mid-tier producer in the short term,” Ferris said in the January 3 press release. “Once we’ve signed the Definitive Agreement in mid-January, we’ll effectively be in the position of potentially beginning 6-8 years of production as soon as February 2012.”

    Could 2012 be a breakout year for LSTG?

    To learn more about Lone Star Gold, Inc., visit: http://www.lonestargold.com/

  22. News people, we want news even if announces a closing.

  23. As a holder of over 500,000 shares of LSTG, I am very interested in any news about the tailings project and the viability of the entity.

  24. who is running LSTG? who is running Channeland for that matter?

  25. Rhodes Holdings, any news yet?

  26. Townsend, Townsend anyone here named Townsend?

    Ferris, Ferris anyone here named Ferris?

  27. Ferris, you mean PUMP AND DUMP Ferris. Probably in Mexico enjoying the fruits of his labor……..

  28. ATTENTION!!!! Rhodes Holdings,

    LSTG is severely delinquent in filing their Financials and corporate filing obligations to the SEC. On Feb. 20, 2015 the SEC suspended 8 stocks from the Delinquent SEC Filers list, and it is likely that more delinquent Filers will be suspended.

    Since Jan 1st, 2010 the SEC has suspended over 1290 stocks for Financials delinquencies. All of those Suspended stocks had their stock registrations revoked.

    Shareholders should contact the company and pressure the Mgmt to file their delinquent Financials because ALL shareholders would be wiped out IF the SEC suspends the stock.

    LSTG is on the list of delinquent filers:

    WHAT IS LSTG GOING TO DO?

  29. I am afraid Rhodes Holdings is a sham just like LSTG and Channeland. This is over. What a shame. If either company would have tried to execute their business plans they could’ve made money.

  30. Not being totally experienced in investing, I still find it hard to believe that criminal activity has not been committed by particularly Ferris but also Channeland. Doesn’t anybody feel some sense of responsiblity to properly dismantle these organizations?

  31. Lou,
    Ferris’s operation was a complete PUMP of a nonexistent mining operation. It has shown that nothing Ferris did advanced the opportunity for investors to make money.
    As to Channeland, they have not performed any better than Ferris. Their spokesperson here at this site, has stated previously, we would see something in regards to LSTG by the end of 2014. Well, were well into 2015 and not a peep from them. For those of us who held onto these loosing shares, it’s appears to be the same type of scam that Ferris was involved in.

    Come on Rhodes Holdings, put the news out, albeit good or bad.

  32. Thanks Powell. My frustration lies in the fact that outright deceit was used by LSTG management in official documents outlining core sample results and others stating a 65% ownership in the tailings, equipment procured and actual loads transported for processing. Where is the SEC in their investigation of such lies. Ferris then goes on to become CEO of another company. This was a speculative investment to begin with even on the up and up but I don’t like lawlessness. This is simple fraud and the SEC does nothing?

  33. With the slight gains showing up, is there something happening that we should know about?
    Not complaining, just curious!!!!!

  34. What ever happened to the following monies.

    To help fund these exploration activities, Lone Star exercised a 3rd $200,000 ‘Put Notice’ ($600,000 drawn in total to date), against the USD $15 million line of equity agreement the Company entered into on August 26th, 2011, a December 28 press release stated. The equity financing agreement does not involve any debt. Rather, the terms of the agreement give Lone Star the option to draw down from the $15 million amount as and when needed in the amount of $100,000 or multiples thereof.

    Anyone at Rhodes Holdings LLC done any accounting for the above shenanigans?
    Seems as if there were monies flowing into LSTG, then an audit should show where these investments disappeared to.

    Rhodes Holdings, were well into the middle of 2015 and you have yet to disclose any information concerning LSTG.
    What’s up……

  35. Rhodes Holdings,

    Since Channeland is now part of a publicly traded organization, Lone Star Gold, Inc., information such as this must be disclosed through press releases and 8K statements filed with the SEC. Thank you for the question and the company will disclose information when it is available.

    When is THE COMPANY going to DISCLOSE INFORMATION?

  36. . . it appears this ” Rhodes Holdings ” guy has an active blog . . . go here . . https://rhodesholdings.wordpress.com/

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