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Cognitive Communications' Intranet Recognized by CIO Magazine.

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 1, 1998--

Named One of the 50 Best in the CIO Web Business 50/50 Awards

Cognitive Communications' (www.cognit.com) intranet site, called "Blah Blah," has been named one of the top 50 intranet sites in the second annual CIO Web Business 50/50 Awards. The competition, which recognizes innovative intranet and internet initiatives by organizations around the world, is part of CIO magazine's July 1st issue.

Cognitive Communications is an intranet strategy and application development firm. Blah Blah was chosen among a global pool of entrants as 'worthy of emulation by the next generation of Web developers,' says Lew McCreary, CIO Editorial Director. The judging process, which included a team of 14 CIO editors, writers, art designers and web developers, was based on the following criteria: 1) how well the site delivered on its business objectives; 2) how the design and technical attributes of the site contributes to its success; and, 3) how well the blend of technology and design matched the need of the site's target audience.

"Delivering on a our business objectives was a key factor in Blah Blah's design," said David Leveen, Principal, "it's exactly what we do with each site we create for our clients."

Blah Blah was created on the premise that employees are a company's greatest knowledge resource. With that in mind, Blah Blah is a daily work tool -- designed to enable active knowledge sharing - among each and every employee who may be contributing, searching for and using information across all departments. The "Team Rooms" area of Blah Blah contains project information and links to all electronic documents and files used during a project, allowing all members to keep abreast of all developments within a project. DeepThoughts, Blah Blah's integrated learning and knowledge bank, facilitates best practice sharing among and between project teams.

Cognitive Communications is based in New York, NY. Founded in 1991, Cognitive Communications has designed and built custom large-scale, enterprise wide intranets for numerous Fortune 200 clients including Apple Computer, The Seagram Company, BellSouth Cellular Corp., The Document Company Xerox, ITT Industries, Corning Incorporated, The McGraw-Hill Companies, IBM, John Hancock, Synovus Corp., and Citizens Utilities. Cognitive Communications is a subsidiary of Video Services Corporation (AMEX:VS).

 CONTACT: Lisa Dawson
 212/261-2691
 ldawsson@renegade.dentsu.com


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