DIGITALDECK PRESENTS AT MILIA 2004, THE WORLD INTERACTIVE CONTENT FORUM

DigitalDeck Inc., a platform provider for networked home entertainment, will participate in a panel on "Empowering the Viewer," Wednesday, March 31, 4:45 p.m. at the MILIA 2004 conference .

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. - March 22, 2004 - Martin Levine, vice president of strategic development at DigitalDeck, will join a panel discussion that includes case studies of broadband home networking, specifically the new technologies that will transform TV viewing and home entertainment. In addition to providing an overview of market developments, the session will delve into the new challenges and opportunities for broadcasters, producers and advertisers. Presenting to an international audience of content companies, Levine will share DigitalDeck's vision for managing the distribution of content throughout the home.


DigitalDeck has developed an end -to -end system for networked home entertainment. With the DigitalDeck Entertainment Network, launched at CES 2004, consumers can access cable, satellite, DVDs, digital music, pictures and even streamed Internet feeds from any TV or PC in the home using a single remote control.

"With broadband becoming increasingly widespread throughout Europe, MILIA is an important conference for content companies looking to explore new business opportunities," said Ben Keen, chief analyst, Screen Digest. "MILIA provides companies like DigitalDeck with a valuable forum to present its product and solution offerings to an international audience eager to gain insights into the next generation of home entertainment distribution technologies."

MILIA is where leading content decision -makers from the world of digital entertainment, interactive TV, Internet and mobile convene to make new international contacts, establish partnerships, present services and solutions, as well as discover the latest business, creative, and technological trends in international content. MILIA 2004 will continue the focus of creative and business opportunities for digital entertainment across multiple platforms.


WHO: DigitalDeck Inc., vice president of strategic development, Martin Levine
WHAT: MILIA 2004 (www.milia.com)
WHEN: March 31, 2004, 4:45 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.
WHERE: Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France; Auditorium A, Level 3
About DigitalDeck Inc.
DigitalDeck Inc. was formed in 1999 to develop and market the first end -to -end platform for aggregating and managing entertainment content in the home. The DigitalDeck Entertainment Network includes the Company's Advanced Media Manager software suite, including a patent -pending EPG. DigitalDeck is privately held. The Company is headquartered in Redwood City, California. For more information, please visit http://www.digitaldeck.com or call 650 -413 -6060.

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