Printer Friendly Launches Recovery Network to 85,000 New Cable Households in Lansing, Michigan.

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SANTA MONICA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 25, 2000, Inc. (OTCBB:RNET) today announced an agreement with AT&T Cable Services serving Lansing and East Lansing, Michigan to launch's cable television programming service, Recovery Network. The system airs to 85,000 homes in Lansing and East Lansing.

Wendy Borow-Johnson, President of, stated, "RnetHealth has been focusing on dramatically increasing the reach of Recovery Network, and I am happy to report that we are succeeding in adding new households across the country. We are pleased to provide behavioral health programming to Lansing and East Lansing."

Recovery Network programming debuted on Channel 16 on July 15th and airs daily.

About, Inc. (OTCBB:RNET) (the "Company") is a digital media company leveraging the converging digital technologies of the Internet ( and television (Recovery Network) to deliver traditional and alternative behavioral health interactive intervention and self-help programs, community and e-care to consumers, businesses and their employees.

Recovery Network is a satellite delivered television network reaching approximately 6.5 million cable households.

The Internet component -- -- provides a branded, integrated, Web-based solution via a public platform for consumers, as well as a business to business platform for the behavioral healthcare needs of employees, employers, insurance companies, managed care organizations, health care systems, providers, universities and other organized communities. The Company is the behavioral health resource for America Online's Digital City, Inc., the No. 1 local online city guide network. receives branding on AOL/DCI and direct links from AOL-DCI to the web site.

The company's primary market is individuals whose lives are impacted by behavioral health issues (e.g., eating disorders, depression, substance abuse, stress, anxiety, etc.) as well as by the emotional and behavioral components of chronic diseases associated with behavioral health issues (including cancer, heart disease, hypertension, asthma, diabetes, hepatitis, and others). The company provides action plans for traditional forms of treatment, as well as clinically based alternative and complementary health solutions.'s efforts are uniquely integrated with leading nonprofit behavioral health care organizations. The Company's National Partnership for Recovery and Prevention (NPRP) consists of over 50 prominent national health, support, recovery and prevention organizations that represent over 40 million people throughout the United States.

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