LOS ANGELES, March 10, 2015 - AEG has announced that it is no longer in discussions with the NFL or any NFL teams regarding its proposed stadium project in downtown Los Angeles. Further AEG has confirmed that it will not seek to further extend the April 17th deadline in its agreement with the City of Los Angeles for this project.

"When AEG sought an initial extension to our agreement with the City last year, we committed to proceed in good faith, with an understanding that we would also explore alternative plans for L.A. LIVE," said Ted Fikre, Vice Chairman of AEG. "After years of work on the stadium project, including execution of a term sheet with the NFL and over a year of negotiations in earnest with the league, it has become evident that a transaction that would be satisfactory to AEG, the City and the NFL is not achievable in any foreseeable time frame."

AEG plans to move forward with the on-going development of the L.A. LIVE campus, where the Company is focused on continuing to build on its success as the hub for sports and entertainment activity in Southern California and as a natural complement for the further growth of downtown Los Angeles and the resurgence of the Los Angeles Convention Center. In that regard, last week AEG announced its intentions to develop an additional hotel property at L.A. LIVE, with plans to add 755 new hotel rooms together with additional conference, retail and restaurant space.

"As AEG has stated in the past, the Company shares the City's vision to improve the Convention Center with additional hotel rooms and complementary resources nearby," said Fikre. "AEG does not want to further delay the pursuit of those objectives and therefore will immediately commence discussions with the City in order to move forward with plans for this exciting project."

With its headquarters in Los Angeles and with substantial investment and over 5,000 employees in Southern California, AEG will follow with interest the efforts of others to develop an NFL stadium at other potential sites in the Los Angeles area.

"We continue to support the return of the NFL to the Los Angeles area, as long as the ultimate development of a football stadium in the region is done through an open, fair and transparent

process rather than through short-cuts that could have long-term negative consequences for the City of Los Angeles, its neighboring communities and the general public," said Fikre. "While we believe that some of the alternative sites being considered in Southern California by the NFL and certain of its teams could be developed in an intelligent and responsible fashion, we would not support any project that is being rushed to market without a public process where environmental, economic, operational and community concerns can and should be examined and addressed."