April 22, 2008 TSX:BAJ
MINING LAUNCHES NEW MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATIONS
Baja Mining Corp.
(the “Company” or “Baja”) is pleased to announce the
launch of new multimedia presentations on the Boleo Project and the Company. These
are now available for viewing on the Company’s website at www.bajamining.com.
The podcast and
streaming media just released will be updated on a regular basis in order to
provide current news and information on new developments with respect to the
Company and its copper, cobalt, zinc, manganese project on the Baja Peninsula,
Baja is proud to
be able to share the developments at El Boleo with current and potential
shareholders and provide video and still footage from site as the Company
progresses through the construction stage at El Boleo.
multimedia presentations have been created by H2 Orange Media Inc (www.h2orange.ca),
a Vancouver-based multimedia firm offering high definition corporate and
promotional materials for the mining industry.
For more information
about subscribing to the Baja podcasts, or to view the Company’s
inaugural presentation, please visit www.bajamining.com.
You can subscribe to the podcasts (for viewing or listening to the presentation
on your ipod) by clicking on either the “audio only” or “video
and audio”; or to watch the presentation on your computer, please click
the “Video News Release” button.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF
BAJA MINING CORP.
“John W. Greenslade”
JOHN W. GREENSLADE,
further information please contact John Greenslade,
President, at (604) 685-2323
Some of the statements contained in this release are forward-looking
statement, such as the timing and ability of updating future podcasts,. Since
forward-looking statements are not statements of historical fact and address
future events, conditions and expectations, forward-looking statements by their
nature inherently involve unknown risks, uncertainties, assumptions and other
factors well beyond the Company’s ability to control or predict. Actual
results and developments may differ materially from those contemplated by such
forward-looking statements. Material factors that could cause actual revenues
to differ materially from those contained in such forwarding-looking statements
include (i) fluctuations on the prices of copper, cobalt, zinc and manganese,
(ii) interpretation of contract terms, (iii) accuracy of the Company’s
and consultants’ projections, (iv) the Company’s ability to finance,
receive permits for, obtain equipment, construct and develop the El Boleo
Project, (v) the effects of weather; operating hazards; adverse geological
conditions and global warming, (vi) impact of availability of labor, materials
and equipment; and (vii) changes in governmental laws, regulations, economic
conditions or shifts in political attitudes or stability. These forward-looking
statements represent the Company’s views as of the date of this release.
There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be
accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from
those anticipated in such statements. Readers should not place undue reliance
on any forward-looking statements.