TigerNetters' Efforts Pay Off


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CLEMSON, SC -- Thanks to your efforts on the TigerNet petition,
Knology Cable in Charleston has launched College Sports Southeast, the nation's only
network dedicated exclusively to college sports. CSSE will be carried 24 hours a day,
7 days a week on cable channel 32.


"The petition has showed an overwhelming interest among Clemson fans in receiving our network, which
promises to showcase Clemson athletics throughout the year," said Joe Reid, vice president of a
ffiliate relations.


"We greatly appreciate Knology for being the first cable system in South Carolina to respond to
this high level of customer interest. We remain confident other cable systems will also be
adding our service in the near future."


To receive Knology Cable in the Charleston area call 843-225-1000.


We encourage all Tiger fans in South Carolina to remain persistent in their efforts to contact their
cable system and demand Clemson Tiger sports on College Sports Southeast.


College Sports Southeast to be carried by four additional Knology cable systems


Birmingham, Ala. -- COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast programming makes its debut today on four additional Knology cable markets including Montgomery, Ala, Columbus, Ga., Charleston, S.C., and Augusta Ga.


We are excited about being able to bring our network to these markets. We feel that college sports programming is extremely appealing to a majority of cable subscribers, particularly in the South, and we are pleased with the initiative that Knology Cable has taken to bring credible programming to their customers,” said General Manager of COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast, Gary Andrich.


COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast, which has been on Knology of Montgomery for more than a year in a part-time capacity, now airs on a full-time basis. The 24-hour college sports network can be found on channel 44 of Knology of Montgomery’s expanded basic package.


COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will provide its live and replay coverage of college sports exclusively on Knology of Columbus on channel 39. “Our research indicates that a full-time college sports channel will represent an important category for television viewers,” said Royce Ard, general manager of Knology of Columbus.


Knology of Charleston has added COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast to its expanded basic channel line-up, which can be found on channel 32. “COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast is considered as having great interest and value among local viewers,” said Martin O’Keefe, general manager of Knology in Charleston.


COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast will air on a full-time basis on channel 33 of Knology of Augusta’s expanded basic cable package. Knology of Augusta will have exclusive carriage in this market.


Knology, headquartered in West Point, Ga., is the leading provider of bundled communications services in the Southeast. Knology’s interactive broadband networks are some of the most technologically advanced in the country. Knology was initially formed by ITC Holding Company, Inc., a telecommunications holding company in West Point, Ga., that also founded Powertel, ITC DeltaCom and InterCall. For more information, please visit our Web Site at www.knology.com.


COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast is a cable television and interactive web network totally dedicated to college sports in the Southeast. The network is to be your source for college sports concerning college athletics in a nine state area to include: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee. COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast provides live and replay telecasts of new and traditional rivalries as well as championships and original programming. COLLEGE SPORTS Southeast is expected to be on additional Knology Cable systems in additional markets in the near future.

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