Intellocity Appoints Sid Gregory, Senior Vice President, Engineering

Former Senior Vice President, Technology and Service Development for AT&T

Broadband to Grow Intellocity's Professional Services Division



Apr 10, 2001, 01:00 ET from Intellocity USA, Inc.

    DENVER, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Intellocity, a Denver-based technology
 and engineering solutions provider focusing on the interactive television
 (iTV) market, today announced the appointment of Sid Gregory to Senior Vice
 President of Engineering, a newly created position. Mr. Gregory will be
 responsible for growing Intellocity's Professional Services Division,
 including enterprise architecture, content development, and platform
 development. Sid Gregory will report to Joel Hassell, CEO of Intellocity.
     Prior to joining Intellocity, Mr. Gregory served as Senior Vice President
 of Technology and Service Development for AT&T Broadband, where he oversaw the
 technology development of AT&T's interactive television business. While there,
 he led the development of digital compression security technologies used by
 the cable industry, participating in the original design of the DOCSIS cable
 modem architecture.
     "Sid's knowledge of information systems and software development will be
 invaluable to us," said Joel Hassell, Chief Executive Officer of Intellocity.
 "His experience developing and deploying advanced television products will
 help us grow our professional services division more aggressively."
     "Intellocity's founders include pioneers of the interactive television
 industry with unparalleled technical expertise," said Sid Gregory. "Their
 viewer-centric philosophy and proven track record of deploying interactive
 technologies to the end user has established Intellocity as a leader in its
 emerging industry. I am thrilled to take on this new role at Intellocity where
 they are defining and advancing interactive television."
     Prior to his tenure at AT&T Broadband, Mr. Gregory was a founder of
 Transportation Data Exchange, a software and services development company
 serving the domestic trucking industry. After the breakup of AT&T, Sid helped
 develop the underlying back office infrastructure for the emerging long
 distance reselling marketplace.
 
     About Intellocity USA
     Intellocity USA, Inc., a subsidiary of ACTV Inc. (Nasdaq: IATV), is the
 leading design, development, and integration solutions provider for
 interactive and enhanced television. The company creates infrastructure,
 content and tools for broadband network operators, content providers and
 advertisers seeking to lead the way in the emerging interactive and enhanced
 television sector. Intellocity's tools and services are compatible with all
 platform technologies, allowing for optimal delivery of interactive television
 solutions to meet every customer's needs. Intellocity's clients include, among
 others, AT&T (http://www.att.com), Microsoft/WebTV (http://www.webtv.com),
 Sony, nCube (http://www.ncube.com), Motorola (http://www.motorola.com), Wink
 (http://www.wink.com), Liberate (http://www.liberate.com), ESPN
 (http://www.espn.com), J. Walter Thompson (http;//www.jwt.com),
 Hewlett-Packard (http://www.hp.com), and Food.com (http://www.food.com).
 
 

SOURCE Intellocity USA, Inc.
    DENVER, April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Intellocity, a Denver-based technology
 and engineering solutions provider focusing on the interactive television
 (iTV) market, today announced the appointment of Sid Gregory to Senior Vice
 President of Engineering, a newly created position. Mr. Gregory will be
 responsible for growing Intellocity's Professional Services Division,
 including enterprise architecture, content development, and platform
 development. Sid Gregory will report to Joel Hassell, CEO of Intellocity.
     Prior to joining Intellocity, Mr. Gregory served as Senior Vice President
 of Technology and Service Development for AT&T Broadband, where he oversaw the
 technology development of AT&T's interactive television business. While there,
 he led the development of digital compression security technologies used by
 the cable industry, participating in the original design of the DOCSIS cable
 modem architecture.
     "Sid's knowledge of information systems and software development will be
 invaluable to us," said Joel Hassell, Chief Executive Officer of Intellocity.
 "His experience developing and deploying advanced television products will
 help us grow our professional services division more aggressively."
     "Intellocity's founders include pioneers of the interactive television
 industry with unparalleled technical expertise," said Sid Gregory. "Their
 viewer-centric philosophy and proven track record of deploying interactive
 technologies to the end user has established Intellocity as a leader in its
 emerging industry. I am thrilled to take on this new role at Intellocity where
 they are defining and advancing interactive television."
     Prior to his tenure at AT&T Broadband, Mr. Gregory was a founder of
 Transportation Data Exchange, a software and services development company
 serving the domestic trucking industry. After the breakup of AT&T, Sid helped
 develop the underlying back office infrastructure for the emerging long
 distance reselling marketplace.
 
     About Intellocity USA
     Intellocity USA, Inc., a subsidiary of ACTV Inc. (Nasdaq: IATV), is the
 leading design, development, and integration solutions provider for
 interactive and enhanced television. The company creates infrastructure,
 content and tools for broadband network operators, content providers and
 advertisers seeking to lead the way in the emerging interactive and enhanced
 television sector. Intellocity's tools and services are compatible with all
 platform technologies, allowing for optimal delivery of interactive television
 solutions to meet every customer's needs. Intellocity's clients include, among
 others, AT&T (http://www.att.com), Microsoft/WebTV (http://www.webtv.com),
 Sony, nCube (http://www.ncube.com), Motorola (http://www.motorola.com), Wink
 (http://www.wink.com), Liberate (http://www.liberate.com), ESPN
 (http://www.espn.com), J. Walter Thompson (http;//www.jwt.com),
 Hewlett-Packard (http://www.hp.com), and Food.com (http://www.food.com).
 
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