UIT to Create Entirely New Interactive Play Platform, Bringing Warner Bros.' Looney Tunes Characters to Life

UIT to Create I-C-IT Enabled 'Chat Pals'

Featuring Legendary Looney Tunes Characters



New Technology Set to Transform Online Chat

To Interactive Desktop Entertainment Experience



Apr 17, 2001, 01:00 ET from United Internet Technologies, Inc.

    LOS ANGELES, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- United Internet Technologies, Inc.
 (UIT), a developer of interactive technologies and subsidiary of United
 Leisure Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board:   UTDL), announced today that it has
 been awarded a license by Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create I-C-IT(TM)
 enabled "Chat Pals" and an I-C-IT enabled portal based on the legendary Looney
 Tunes characters.
     Looney Tunes cartoon characters Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Tweety
 and the Tasmanian Devil will be I-C-IT enabled Chat Pals.  They will take the
 form of physical, smart animatronic toys embedded with I-C-IT technology.
 When placed next to a computer, I-C-IT enabled Looney Tunes smart toys can be
 controlled and communicate online, in real time, through an Internet chat room
 environment.  I-C-IT enabled Looney Tunes smart toys will actually act out and
 verbalize, in the characters' voices, messages that friends type to each other
 in I-C-IT enabled chat rooms.  These breakthrough toys can bring to life, in a
 way never before possible, Looney Tunes characters.
     "Looney Tunes characters provide an ideal way to showcase how the dynamic
 interactive functionality of I-C-IT technology can transform the online
 experience by merging real world smart toys with the online virtual world,"
 said Brian Shuster, chairman and president of United Internet Technologies,
 Inc.
     "I-C-IT technology transforms chat from a static process to a truly
 dynamic entertainment experience, providing a key competitive advantage as
 chat and instant messaging continue to grow as an everyday communication
 medium," continued Shuster.  "I-C-IT enabled devices will also serve as
 traffic drivers and build online communities as the user is taken to a
 specific I-C-IT enabled portal each time the device is used.  By making the
 chat experience more enjoyable, users stay longer and visit the site more
 often, increasing the stickiness and revenue potential of the portal."
     "The Looney Tunes groundbreaking irreverence make them a perfect fit for
 this new interactive frontier," said Karen McTier, Executive Vice President,
 Domestic Licensing, Warner Bros. Consumer Products.  "We are pleased to be
 working with UIT as they prepare to offer the next level of convergent
 entertainment based on these world-renowned characters."
     UIT believes that it is uniquely positioned at the convergence of two high
 growth markets: smart toys; and online chat through instant messaging.
 Currently, it is estimated that 120 million people go online to chat everyday.
 Furthermore, Forrester Research predicts the smart toy market is expected to
 grow to $2 billion by 2003.
     "This agreement is a tremendously important milestone for United Internet
 Technologies and we are very proud to be working with Warner Bros. Consumer
 Products to create an entirely new interactive entertainment experience,"
 Shuster added.
     UIT has been continually advancing and innovating its technology to place
 itself at the forefront of the emerging interactive space.  "Consumers have
 been craving a greater level of interaction between people, computers and
 their electronic devices.  The company's strategy is to provide its I-C-IT
 technology platform to quench this demand for greater interactivity in a
 number of different sectors, including entertainment, education,
 communication, and medical devices," concluded Shuster.
 
     Warner Bros. Consumer Products is a division of Warner Bros., an AOL Time
 Warner Company (NYSE:   AOL), and is one of the leading licensing and retail
 merchandising organizations in the world.
     LOONEY Tunes, characters, names and all related indicia are trademarks of
 Warner Bros. (C) 2001.
 
     About I-C-IT
     UIT has developed Intelligent Control Interactive Technology (I-C-IT), a
 hardware and software platform for networking devices through various digital
 delivery systems such as the Internet, cable, broadcast and wireless networks.
 Products empowered with I-C-IT technology become "smart products" and can
 communicate with and be controlled by the user or through interactions with
 other I-C-IT enabled devices.  I-C-IT technology can be customized and
 embedded into almost any electronic product, such as home and business
 appliances, toys, and medical monitoring devices.  I-C-IT is marketed under
 the slogan "the smart in smart devices."(TM)
 
     About UIT
     UIT develops software that connects electronic devices to the Internet and
 to other digital systems. UIT's interactive control technology allows users to
 communicate and control devices from anywhere in the world.  These devices are
 designed to be controlled by the user through Internet based portals, allowing
 interactive communities to be created on the Internet.  The smart device forms
 a direct link between business and consumer, creating the potential for
 incremental subscription, e-commerce, upgrade and advertising revenue,
 generated after the initial device sale.  Additional information is available
 at the company's Web site at www.uitlive.com.
     United Internet Technologies, Inc. (UIT) is a subsidiary of United Leisure
 Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board:   UTDL).
 
     This news release contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning
 of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, regarding the
 company's business strategy and future plans of operations that are subject to
 risk and uncertainties including the company's ability to successfully license
 its technologies to consumer electronics and toy manufacturers, the company's
 ability to deliver its technologies in a timely, efficient and profitable
 manner, the company's ability to establish strategic partnerships with third
 parties such as entertainment and media companies, and competing technologies
 which may adversely affect the company's ability to generate significant
 revenues from its core technology business.  Forward-looking statements
 involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, both general and specific
 to the matters discussed in this news release.  These and other important
 factors, including those mentioned in various Securities and Exchange
 Commission filings made periodically by the company, may cause the company's
 actual results and performance to differ materially from the future results
 and performance expressed in or implied by such forward-looking statements.
 The forward-looking statements contained in this news release speak only as of
 the date hereof and the company expressly disclaims any obligation to provide
 public updates, revisions or amendments to any forward-looking statements made
 herein to reflect changes in the company's expectations or future events.
 
 

SOURCE United Internet Technologies, Inc.
    LOS ANGELES, April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- United Internet Technologies, Inc.
 (UIT), a developer of interactive technologies and subsidiary of United
 Leisure Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board:   UTDL), announced today that it has
 been awarded a license by Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create I-C-IT(TM)
 enabled "Chat Pals" and an I-C-IT enabled portal based on the legendary Looney
 Tunes characters.
     Looney Tunes cartoon characters Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Tweety
 and the Tasmanian Devil will be I-C-IT enabled Chat Pals.  They will take the
 form of physical, smart animatronic toys embedded with I-C-IT technology.
 When placed next to a computer, I-C-IT enabled Looney Tunes smart toys can be
 controlled and communicate online, in real time, through an Internet chat room
 environment.  I-C-IT enabled Looney Tunes smart toys will actually act out and
 verbalize, in the characters' voices, messages that friends type to each other
 in I-C-IT enabled chat rooms.  These breakthrough toys can bring to life, in a
 way never before possible, Looney Tunes characters.
     "Looney Tunes characters provide an ideal way to showcase how the dynamic
 interactive functionality of I-C-IT technology can transform the online
 experience by merging real world smart toys with the online virtual world,"
 said Brian Shuster, chairman and president of United Internet Technologies,
 Inc.
     "I-C-IT technology transforms chat from a static process to a truly
 dynamic entertainment experience, providing a key competitive advantage as
 chat and instant messaging continue to grow as an everyday communication
 medium," continued Shuster.  "I-C-IT enabled devices will also serve as
 traffic drivers and build online communities as the user is taken to a
 specific I-C-IT enabled portal each time the device is used.  By making the
 chat experience more enjoyable, users stay longer and visit the site more
 often, increasing the stickiness and revenue potential of the portal."
     "The Looney Tunes groundbreaking irreverence make them a perfect fit for
 this new interactive frontier," said Karen McTier, Executive Vice President,
 Domestic Licensing, Warner Bros. Consumer Products.  "We are pleased to be
 working with UIT as they prepare to offer the next level of convergent
 entertainment based on these world-renowned characters."
     UIT believes that it is uniquely positioned at the convergence of two high
 growth markets: smart toys; and online chat through instant messaging.
 Currently, it is estimated that 120 million people go online to chat everyday.
 Furthermore, Forrester Research predicts the smart toy market is expected to
 grow to $2 billion by 2003.
     "This agreement is a tremendously important milestone for United Internet
 Technologies and we are very proud to be working with Warner Bros. Consumer
 Products to create an entirely new interactive entertainment experience,"
 Shuster added.
     UIT has been continually advancing and innovating its technology to place
 itself at the forefront of the emerging interactive space.  "Consumers have
 been craving a greater level of interaction between people, computers and
 their electronic devices.  The company's strategy is to provide its I-C-IT
 technology platform to quench this demand for greater interactivity in a
 number of different sectors, including entertainment, education,
 communication, and medical devices," concluded Shuster.
 
     Warner Bros. Consumer Products is a division of Warner Bros., an AOL Time
 Warner Company (NYSE:   AOL), and is one of the leading licensing and retail
 merchandising organizations in the world.
     LOONEY Tunes, characters, names and all related indicia are trademarks of
 Warner Bros. (C) 2001.
 
     About I-C-IT
     UIT has developed Intelligent Control Interactive Technology (I-C-IT), a
 hardware and software platform for networking devices through various digital
 delivery systems such as the Internet, cable, broadcast and wireless networks.
 Products empowered with I-C-IT technology become "smart products" and can
 communicate with and be controlled by the user or through interactions with
 other I-C-IT enabled devices.  I-C-IT technology can be customized and
 embedded into almost any electronic product, such as home and business
 appliances, toys, and medical monitoring devices.  I-C-IT is marketed under
 the slogan "the smart in smart devices."(TM)
 
     About UIT
     UIT develops software that connects electronic devices to the Internet and
 to other digital systems. UIT's interactive control technology allows users to
 communicate and control devices from anywhere in the world.  These devices are
 designed to be controlled by the user through Internet based portals, allowing
 interactive communities to be created on the Internet.  The smart device forms
 a direct link between business and consumer, creating the potential for
 incremental subscription, e-commerce, upgrade and advertising revenue,
 generated after the initial device sale.  Additional information is available
 at the company's Web site at www.uitlive.com.
     United Internet Technologies, Inc. (UIT) is a subsidiary of United Leisure
 Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board:   UTDL).
 
     This news release contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning
 of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, regarding the
 company's business strategy and future plans of operations that are subject to
 risk and uncertainties including the company's ability to successfully license
 its technologies to consumer electronics and toy manufacturers, the company's
 ability to deliver its technologies in a timely, efficient and profitable
 manner, the company's ability to establish strategic partnerships with third
 parties such as entertainment and media companies, and competing technologies
 which may adversely affect the company's ability to generate significant
 revenues from its core technology business.  Forward-looking statements
 involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties, both general and specific
 to the matters discussed in this news release.  These and other important
 factors, including those mentioned in various Securities and Exchange
 Commission filings made periodically by the company, may cause the company's
 actual results and performance to differ materially from the future results
 and performance expressed in or implied by such forward-looking statements.
 The forward-looking statements contained in this news release speak only as of
 the date hereof and the company expressly disclaims any obligation to provide
 public updates, revisions or amendments to any forward-looking statements made
 herein to reflect changes in the company's expectations or future events.
 
 SOURCE  United Internet Technologies, Inc.