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Technology in Government Week Brings Latest Information Technology For On-Line Government Services.

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Technology in Government Week

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 17, 2001

Key3Media Group (NYSE: KME) announced today that Technology in Government Week 2001 will feature the latest information technology that will transform governments for on-line service delivery. GTEC, the exhibit feature of Technology in Government Week, will include 600 exhibits and demonstrations from Canada, the United States and abroad. With a theme of "Enabling E-Government: Stepping up to the Challenge," attendees will discover thousands of solutions to help them meet the challenge of e-government. Technology in Government Week will run October 15-18, 2001 at the Ottawa Congress Centre and Westin Hotel in Ottawa, Ontario.

Highlights of GTEC, October 16-17, include:

GTEC "Hot Spots"--This dedicated show floor feature will showcase the hottest solutions for e-government and public sector service delivery. Hot technologies on display will include GIS (geographic information systems) solutions, and wireless and mobile computing technologies. Exhibitors displaying GIS solutions will include AMEC, Korem, Onix and the Canadian space Agency. Wireless exhibitors will include Rogers AT&T, Nortel, Oracle, Viewsonic and Xwave.

E-Service Pavilion--This pavilion focuses on the solutions that will help program managers streamline and enhance electronic services to the wide range of citizens and clients of the public sector. Key solutions include e-commerce applications, e-security and CRM software and services.

Feature Government Showcases--In keeping with the Technology in Government Week vision to support online governments worldwide, this year's GTEC will focus on the successes of a featured country, province and municipality. Australia, the showcase country, will highlight how it has answered the challenges of delivering online services. As the showcase province, Prince Edward Island will feature how Canada's smallest province is stepping up to the challenge of being the smartest province. The showcase municipality, City of Ottawa, will feature how it is meeting the challenge of e-enabled client-centered service delivery.

Other GTEC 2001 floor features include "Made in Government" I.T. Solutions, a special vendor showcase for "Government On-Line" Managers, Internationl E-Government Pavilion, and GTEC Free Seminar Programs and Solutions Workshops.

About Key3Media...

Technology in Government Week is a Key3Media event. Key3Media Group, Inc., is the world's leading producer of information technology tradeshows and conferences, serving more than 6,000 exhibiting companies and 1.5 million attendees through 60 events in 18 countries. Key3Media's products range from the IT industry's largest exhibitions such as COMDEX and NetWorld+Interop to highly focused events featuring renowned educational programs, custom seminars and specialized vendor marketing programs. For more information about Key3Media, visit www.key3media.com

Certain matters discussed in this release are "forward-looking statements," including statements about Key3Media's future results, plans and goals and other events which have not yet occurred. These statements are to qualify for the safe harbors from liability provided by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. You can find many (but not all) of these statements by looking for words like "will", "may", "believes", "expects", "anticipates", "plans" and "estimates" and for similar expressions. Because forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties, there are many factors that could cause Key3Media's actual results to differ, materially from those expressed or implied in this release. These include, but are not limited to, economic conditions generally and in the information technology industry in particular; the timing of Key3Media's events and their popularity with exhibitors, sponsors and attendees; technological changes and developments; intellectual property rights; competition; capital expenditures; and factors impacting Key3Media's international operations. In addition, the sections entitled "Risk Factors" and "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations" in the Prospectus Supplement dated June 22, 2001 filed by Key3Media with the SEC under Rule 424(b) relating to its high yield bond offering and the section entitled "Item 1.Business - Certain Factors That May Affect our Business" in the Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2001 filed by Key3Media with the SEC contain important cautionary statements and a discussion of many of the factors that could materially affect the accuracy of Key3Media's forward-looking statements and/or adversely affect its business, results of operations and financial position. These statements and discussions are incorporated herein by reference. Key3Media does not plan to update any forward-looking statements.

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