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iN DEMAND Offers Free Preview of NHL CENTER ICE to Viewers.

Sports Editors/Hockey Writers & Columnists

NEW YORK--(BW SportsWire)--Sept. 26, 2001

Hockey action comes to iN DEMAND, as the country's leading pay-per-view network begins the season with a Free Preview of NHL(R) CENTER ICE(R).

Airing October 3rd through October 9th, the NHL CENTER ICE Free Preview offers iN DEMAND subscribers a free week of hard-hitting action before the Regular Season Offer starts on October 10th. During the regular season, hockey fans can catch up to 35 out-of-market games a week during the NHL regular season, plus select games from the first and second rounds of the NHL Stanley Cup(R) playoffs.

iN DEMAND is offering a special Early Bird package price of $129 to fans who purchase NHL CENTER ICE before October 9th, while the Regular Season package is priced at $149, and can be purchased through January 6, 2002.

The ultimate viewing experience for the NHL fan, NHL CENTER ICE offers the best NHL games LIVE, without ever having to leave home. Along with a rinkside seat to the best teams, players and match-ups from around the League, NHL CENTER ICE also includes premiere Canadian match-ups from CBC's Hockey night in Canada and games from Sportsnet and TSN.

NHL CENTER ICE is a presentation of Sports iN DEMAND, the network's growing list of sports franchises, which includes MLB EXTRA INNINGS, NBA LEAGUE PASS, and WNBA SEASON PASS. ESPN's college football, basketball and Major League Soccer packages, along with WTA Tournaments round out Sports iN DEMAND's coverage.

iN DEMAND is cable television's leading pay-per-view network which delivers television premieres of the best movies, championship boxing, wrestling, professional and college sports, plus exclusive original entertainment. The company's shareholders are AT&T Broadband, L.L.C., Time Warner Entertainment - Advance/Newhouse Partnership, Comcast Programming Ventures, Inc. and Cox Communications, Inc. Further information about the company can be found on the Internet at www.indemand.com.

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