Anime Network SVOD Available on Cox

Jan 18th 2006
Anime Network SVOD Available In Nine
Cox Communications Markets

Houston, January 18, 2005 — Anime Network is now available as a SVOD service in nine Cox Communications markets following the most recent launches in the company's Northern Virginia, Las Vegas and Oklahoma City operations. Anime Network SVOD launched earlier this year to Cox subscribers in: Hampton Roads, VA; Orange County, CA; San Diego, CA; Omaha, NE; New England; and New Orleans.

.Anime Network SVOD is offered as a monthly subscription service to Cox Digital Cable customers for $6.95 for 25 hours of content.

“The addition of Anime Network to our On DEMAND library provides our customers with an even more robust experience from Cox Digital Cable,” said Bob Nocera, director of new video services for Cox Communications. “With Anime Network, we can provide our customers with easily accessible niche programming.”

The most recent launches of Anime Network SVOD with Cox bring the total number of available households for the network to over 20 million. “It has been a fantastic year for Anime Network SVOD and we look forward to continuing our success in 2006,” Anime Network Vice President of Affiliate Sales and Marketing, Kevin McFeeley said in a prepared statement.

About Anime Network
Anime Network, a subsidiary of A.D. Vision, Inc. (parent company to ADV Films and Newtype USA), is the first cable channel in North America dedicated to anime, with access to thousands of hours of exciting, eye-catching serialized programming. Anime Network launched in North America in late 2002 with extensive availability initially through digital cable video-on-demand technology and has become one of the top video-on-demand offerings. The network also became available on a 24/7 basis in select U.S. markets beginning July 2004 and continues broadening its initial roster of multi-system operator agreements to provide its programming nationwide, helping to bring the elusive 18-34, tech-savvy male demographic back to television and drive demand for additional digital services offered by MSOs.

Additional information on Anime Network is available at www.theanimenetwork.com.

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