Business Wire
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                               Monday, June 12, 2000
              Multicast ISP Signs Exclusive With LawTV
  WAPPINGERS FALLS, N.Y./NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 12, 2000--
Multicast ISP, Inc., a pioneering provider of real-time satellite broadcast
distribution of streaming video and audio has signed an exclusive five-year
agreement with LawTV.
  LawTV, founded by Stan Chess, an Internet visionary and long-time leader
in legal education, offers an extraordinary bundle of legal programming for
attorneys, law students, legal professionals, and consumers. The first LawTV
programming over The Multicast Network will be "The Law School Channel,"
with programs beginning in the fall of 2000. Shortly thereafter, LawTV will
launch the "CLE Channel" utilizing the Continuing Legal Education
programming of the nation's top CLE content providers.
  Utilizing Multicast's superior media streaming capabilities, LawTV will
deliver its law school content to law students nationwide, over The
Multicast Network. According to Mr. Chess: "Multicast ISP, Inc. is the
perfect partner for LawTV. Their outstanding capability to deliver secured,
TV-quality audio and video broadcast at a reasonable cost to consumers makes
them the perfect delivery system for us."
  Multicast ISP, Inc., CEO Perwaiz Nihal concurs. "Using our encryption and
e-commerce capabilities, LawTV will now be able to deliver its compelling
legal content right to the students' desktop. We look forward not only to
being able to broadcast preparatory legal content to tens of thousands of
law students, but also to significantly expanding the scope of LawTV Legal
Channels to be broadcast over The Multicast Network. We are proud to add
LawTV to our educational programing line-up."
  The Multicast Technology uses KU-Band satellites to deliver streaming IP
traffic, which can easily interface with campus area networks and deliver
high-quality video and audio directly to the desktop.
  LawTV, Inc., a New York corporation, is an affiliate of LawSchool.com and
LawCentral.com, two major Internet portals for law students and attorneys.
LawCentral.com was cited by Newsweek as one of "103 Best Websites" and
LawSchool.com was chosen as a "Website of the Month" by the American Lawyer
Media's "Internet Newsletter" and rated 4 1/2 stars (out of 5).
  Stan Chess, a New York attorney, is a former Chairman and CEO of West
Professional Training Programs (a subsidiary of West Publishing Co.), and a
former member of the board of directors of Harcourt Brace Legal and
Professional Publications. He lectured on about 15 different subjects in
more than 30 states for the Bar/Bri bar review course over a more than
20-year period. He is also a lecturer for, and consultant to, the Practising
Law Institute.