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To: mike.com who wrote (13104)5/18/2002 1:59:18 PM
From: Bruce Cullen
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Mike arguing with these types is a waste of time, they are in the pockets of Malone and company, I speak with CEO's of interactive tv type companies all the time, it is a true fact that being on the take, being an officer of a company and posting on THESE boards are one in the same, remember this! (to other posters/lurkers as well)

To the rest, post anything you like, I and the others in the know understand the fact that my statements are true and we expect you to pull us apart and try to discredit me/us at the same time. The fact is folks watch to see if they try to do this, then you have your answer! (On the take)

This deal with Liberty is a joke!

Bruce
S.C.G.

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To: Bruce Cullen who wrote (13115)5/20/2002 10:16:37 AM
From: BishopsChild
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.........

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To: Bruce Cullen who wrote (13115)5/21/2002 12:39:00 PM
From: Larry Kagan
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biz.yahoo.com

...a profit!?!?!?

-Lk

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To: Larry Kagan who wrote (13117)5/21/2002 4:19:34 PM
From: art slott
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Reese has really gotten Actv's expenses in line. One would hope with all the focus on accounting gimmicks that these are clean numbers.
I'm suspicious of that SG&A number. It may include an asset sale or lease buyback.

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To: art slott who wrote (13118)5/23/2002 5:45:48 PM
From: SBerglowe
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Help!! What do I do with my 3000 shares owned at an average cost of $12. I understand that I am being screwed!! Do we get shares in a new company or what?

SB

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To: SBerglowe who wrote (13119)5/23/2002 6:00:51 PM
From: Skywatcher
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You understand correctly....
TWO....TWO....and that's all folks
CC

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To: SBerglowe who wrote (13119)5/23/2002 10:01:52 PM
From: mike.com
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Susan - most likely we are going to get screwed. The management of this company is so inept that they probably think $2 is a terrific offer. And of course, if we lose the DIS suit, it just may be. I, however, think that $2 is a slap in the face. If the NASCAR deal proves successful and SpotOn would ever roll out, I think the company will be worth a lot more than $2 per share. I just hope it's worth a lot more to us rather than that slimeball Malone. He's no more than a common thief in my book. My advice is just to hold on and see what happens. We really have no other choice. I have a lot of this stock in my 401K so my whole retirement is screwed royally. I hoped to participate in another upside - the one that is driven by the technology being ubiquitous and not a hyper crazy market.

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To: mike.com who wrote (13121)5/24/2002 10:05:05 AM
From: richard badauskas
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I sold out several months ago at around current prices and swallowed my losses. My honest feeling was that IATV was headed for sub par $1.00 and NASDAQ delisting. The whole interactive sector sucks and may still suck for awhile longer. looking on the bright side I would suggest that the current buyout proposal at $2.00 is much better than a sub par $1.00 price in the marketplace.

If the technology (SpotOn etc.) was potentially a big deal then the share price would probably be a lot higher (not $1.70) with a bunch of keen bidders. I suspect that the buyout may have something to do with WOWTV. Interesting to note that both IATV and OPTV are involved with WOWTV so L gets two bites at a potentially rival technology to cable and satellite TV.

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To: mike.com who wrote (13121)5/24/2002 3:07:33 PM
From: SBerglowe
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If we don't tender our shares than what happens? Do we wind up with stock in another company? IATV is one of several stocks that has whittled down my net worth, but I had thought that in holding onto it there might be a future. Are there enough of us to sue them for violating shareholder rights?

Arggggh....

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To: SBerglowe who wrote (13123)5/24/2002 3:33:09 PM
From: mike.com
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ACTV Comments on Patent Litigation
NEW YORK, May 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ACTV, Inc. (Nasdaq: IATV - News) reported today that the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York has granted summary judgment in favor of defendants The Walt Disney Co., and certain of its subsidiaries. Without addressing the validity and enforceability of the three patents in suit, the Court reached summary judgment on non-infringement alone. Consequently, the Court went on to dismiss the case. ACTV filed suit alleging infringement of certain ACTV patents covering the enhancement of television and other programming with synchronous Internet-based functions. ACTV reported that it disagrees strongly with the Court's decision, and it is currently evaluating its options, including an appeal.

ABOUT ACTV, INC.

ACTV, Inc. (Nasdaq: IATV - News) is a digital media company providing proprietary technologies, tools, and technical and creative services for interactive TV advertising, personalized programming applications and enhanced media. For more information, visit actv.com.

This news release contains forward-looking statements as defined by the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements include statements concerning plans, objectives, goals, strategies, future events or performance, and underlying assumptions and other statements which are other than statements of historical facts. These statements are subject to uncertainties and risks including, but not limited to, product and service demand and acceptance, changes in technology, economic conditions, the impact of competition and pricing, government regulation, and other risks defined in this document and in statements filed from time to time with the Securities and Exchange Commission. All such forward-looking statements, whether written or oral, and whether made by or on behalf of the companies, are expressly qualified by the cautionary statements and any other cautionary statements which may accompany the forward-looking statements. In addition, the companies disclaim any obligation to update any forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.

SOURCE: ACTV, Inc.

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