China Cable and Communication Launches New Website

Phase One Launch of Corporate Branding and Communications Efforts

Nov 18, 2003, 00:00 ET from China Cable and Communication, Inc.

    HONG KONG, Nov. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- China Cable and
 Communication, Inc. (OTC: CCCI), China's fastest growing cable TV company,
 today announced the launch of a new website as part of its corporate branding
 and communications efforts.  The website is now available at
     Gareth Tang, President of China Cable and Communication, said, "Over the
 past few months, we have been working on rebranding China Cable and
 Communication to more accurately reflect our business plan, target markets and
 prospects.  The launch of our new website is the first tangible result of our
 efforts.  Establishing an online presence was a top priority for us given our
 global investor base and commitment to actively communicate with our
 shareholders on an ongoing basis.  We fully expect that our online presence
 will evolve over time as we continue to successfully execute on our business
 plan and achieve our objectives."
     About China Cable and Communication
     China Cable and Communication, Inc. is China's fastest growing cable TV
 company.  Through its British Virgin Island subsidiary, the Company is the
 first foreign company to own and operate a cable television network in China.
 The Company owns a 49% interest in Baoding Pascali Cable Television Network
 through a license that allows the Company to make additional investments in
 PRC networks.
     Located 85 miles south of Beijing, the network has more than 200,000
 subscribers within a population of 10 million, and currently offers 39
 channels within the Baoding city limits and eight additional channels to outer
 areas in the Baoding metropolitan area. It transmits in both analog and
 digital over its fiber optic network and through 22 substations. With its
 fiber optic network, Baoding network is capable of transmitting 37 analog
 television programs, six digital signals and one FM music program. In addition
 to its cable television transmission services, Baoding network offers Internet
 access and anticipates that it will be able to offer value added services,
 such as broadband Internet access, virtual private network and bulk data
 transmission services by the end of 2003.
     In addition to its favorable advantage in access to foreign capital, China
 Cable and Communication is well positioned as a foreign investor approved by
 The State Administration of Radio, Film and Television ("SARFT"), China's
 national regulatory authority for the broadcasting industry, to own interests
 in and provide operational management support to cable television networks in
 the People's Republic Of China (PRC). China Cable and Communication, Inc.
 trades in the United States, under the ticker symbol CCCI, in order to provide
 U.S. investors with the opportunity to invest in PRC cable television
      David Pasquale, 646-536-7006, or Jim Olecki, 646-536-7021
      Both of The Ruth Group,
      George Raney of China Cable & Communication, Inc.  310-301-0082
     The forward-looking statements contained herein are subject to certain
 risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially
 from those reflected in the forward-looking statements. Readers are cautioned
 not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which reflect
 management's analysis only as of the date hereof. The company undertakes no
 obligation to publicly revise these forward-looking statements to reflect
 events or circumstances that arise after the date thereof. Readers should
 carefully review the risks described in other documents the company files from
 time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Annual
 Report on Form 10-KSB for the fiscal year ended October 31, 2002, as well as
 the Quarterly Reports and Current Reports on Form 8-K by the company.

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