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From: John Hayman2/23/2005 7:17:50 PM
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Wed 5:20pm GMST Gemstar-TV Guide swings to profit -

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From: fabio19493/2/2005 1:35:19 PM
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Is GMST ready to bounce back?

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From: John Hayman3/28/2005 12:16:27 PM
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snip from Business Week....ROCKS TO RICHES.

snip>Take Gemstar-TV Guide (GMST ). The TV-program-guide company, one of the fund's top stocks, isn't profitable now, but it's generating cash, Sherwood says. He expects its revenue to increase "quite dramatically" as more companies use Gemstar's service to advertise. Given Gemstar's leading position in its field, it's only a matter of time before it starts generating "a lot" in earnings, he adds.

Wallace believes that Gemstar's stock, which has been trading for around $5.50 lately, can reach $8 to $11 within the next one to three years. <snip

John

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To: John Hayman who wrote (6495)6/2/2005 10:47:13 AM
From: pompsander
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Patent settlement with Scientific-Atlanta

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To: pompsander who wrote (6496)9/7/2005 6:45:28 PM
From: saukriver
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Gemstar-TV Guide Grants Pioneer Corporation an IPG Patent License for European Market

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 30, 2005--

License Builds on Existing Agreement with Pioneer, which Currently Incorporates Gemstar-TV Guide's IPG into its Consumer Electronics Products in North America, Europe and Japan

Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMST) has signed a new interactive program guide ("IPG") patent license agreement with Pioneer Corporation. The agreement allows Pioneer to use Gemstar-TV Guide's intellectual property in certain consumer electronics products with non-Gemstar-TV Guide IPGs that are designed for the European market and use "service information" data, which is transmitted freely via a digital broadcast signal.

The new deal builds on an existing agreement reached last year between the two companies, in which Pioneer was granted a license to incorporate Gemstar-TV Guide's IPG in North America, Japan and Europe or, for certain products, a license under Gemstar-TV Guide's IPG patents. Under the existing agreement, Pioneer has already incorporated Gemstar-TV Guide's IPG into certain consumer electronics products in Europe, where the IPG is marketed as GUIDE Plus+.

"As we continue our successful IPG licensing efforts in Europe, we're pleased to strengthen our relationship with Pioneer with this agreement, which underscores the value of our intellectual property," said Mike McKee, chief operating officer of Gemstar-TV Guide's Consumer Electronics division.

Pioneer is among more than a dozen consumer electronics manufacturers licensing Gemstar-TV Guide's IPG for consumer electronics products, including, Hitachi, JVC, LG/Zenith, LiteOn, Matsushita (Panasonic), Mitsubishi, Philips, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Thomson, TiVo, and Toshiba.

About Gemstar-TV Guide

Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMST) is a leading media and technology company that develops, licenses, markets and distributes technologies, products and services targeted at the television guidance and home entertainment needs of consumers worldwide. The Company's businesses include: television media and publishing properties; interactive program guide services and products; and technology and intellectual property licensing. Additional information about the Company can be found at www.gemstartvguide.com.

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To: saukriver who wrote (6497)9/7/2005 6:46:56 PM
From: saukriver
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Gemstar-TV Guide Signs IPG Patent License Agreement with Alticast for South Korea
07.09.2005 14:02:00


Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMST) andAlticast have signed a new, multi-year, interactive program guidepatent license agreement. Under the agreement, Alticast has the rightto use Gemstar-TV Guide's interactive program guide (IPG) patents forIPGs developed and owned by Alticast for cable, satellite and telcoproviders in South Korea. Alticast is a leading provider of solutionsfor the creation, delivery and reception of interactive digitaltelevision applications for cable, satellite and IPTV platforms.

The deal expands Gemstar-TV Guide's IPG presence in Asia.Gemstar-TV Guide currently licenses its own IPG in Japan under theG-GUIDE brand. Alticast will develop the IPGs in compliance with MHPand OCAP open standards.

"We are pleased to continue the development of our licensingbusiness outside of North America," said Todd Walker, senior vicepresident and general manager, Advanced TV, Gemstar-TV Guide."Alticast is not just a leader in the South Korean marketplace, butalso a recognized leader in the area of iTV. We believe Alticast andits customers in South Korea will benefit by taking advantage of thebroad coverage provided by Gemstar-TV Guide's IPG patents."

"This agreement will benefit Alticast and Gemstar-TV Guide as wellas service operators in South Korea," said Won-Cheol Kang, GeneralManager of Alticast Corp. in South Korea. "Alticast can provide ahigh-quality, user friendly IPG while Gemstar-TV Guide strengthens itspresence in Asia. I hope this key partnership will serve as a steppingstone for further cooperation in other markets."

Alticast joins a list of leading companies that have licensedGemstar-TV Guide's IPG patents, including DIRECTV, Echostar,Microsoft, Motorola, Pioneer, Scientific-Atlanta and Time WarnerCable.

About Gemstar-TV Guide

Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. (NASDAQ: GMST) is a leadingmedia and technology company that develops, licenses, markets anddistributes technologies, products and services targeted at thetelevision guidance and home entertainment needs of consumersworldwide. The Company's businesses include: television media andpublishing properties; interactive program guide services andproducts; and technology and intellectual property licensing.Additional information about the Company can be found atwww.gemstartvguide.com.

This news release contains forward-looking statements that involverisks and uncertainties, including risks and uncertainties related todeclines in our magazine publishing business; timely availability andmarket acceptance of products and services incorporating the Company'stechnologies and content; our investment in new and existingbusinesses, including TV Guide magazine, Inside TV, and TV Guide Spot;limitations on our ability to control certain joint venture orpartnership businesses; the impact of competitive products andpricing; ongoing and potential future litigation; and the other risksdetailed from time to time in the Company's SEC reports, including themost recent reports on Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, each as it may beamended from time to time. The Company assumes no obligation to updatethese forward-looking statements.

Note to Editors: Gemstar, TV Guide, TV Guide Channel, i-Guide andTVG Network are trademarks of Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc.and/or its subsidiaries. The names of other companies and productsused herein are for identification purposes only and may be trademarksof their respective owners

About Alticast

Established in 1999, Alticast has grown from a small start up to amarket leader, providing profit making opportunities to clients. Likeno other solution supplier, Alticast was first to be on-air indeploying MHP satellite and OCAP based cable services.

As new technologies emerge, the solution is on demand by those whoseek higher advanced levels of broadcasting technologies. Alticasthelps you reach that point, providing best of breed broadcastsolutions for the creation, delivery, and reception of interactivetelevision contents.

Just as Alticast has provided the ground breaking middleware -AltiCaptor (TM) to more than 2 million units, Alticast providesservices not only to your living rooms but also into the palm of yourhands. Today, Alticast's solution is ready to be on hand, creating abroad spectrum in tomorrow's markets, IPTV and mobile iTV. To seekways to interact with future technologies as they emerge, Alticastwill further provide forefront digital broadcasting technologies fromAustin, Beijing, Frankfurt and Seoul to the world.

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To: saukriver who wrote (6498)9/21/2005 12:48:40 PM
From: pompsander
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Henry, you ripped us all off.....

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From: John Hayman10/14/2005 7:54:10 AM
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Market Pulse: Verizon inks programming deal with Gemstar, HDNet
Thursday October 13, 5:45 pm ET
By Carla Mozee

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Verizon Communications Inc. after Thursday's closing bell said it has signed programming distribution agreements with Gemstar-TV Guide's TV Guide Channel and TVG Network, as well as HDNet, for its new FiOS TV service. Terms of the agreements weren't disclosed. Verizon FiOS TV will carry the TV Guide Channel and TVG Network, a live interactive horseracing network. The deal with HDNet includes HDNet Movies, which will provide commercial-free full-length movies. HDNet broadcasts all of its programming in high definition.

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From: JAPG1/11/2006 9:55:22 AM
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Finally! Some bullish report on the circulation of the new TV magazine.

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This can make a big difference for the stock going forward if the increased circulation continues its ascension.

JAPG

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From: Bob Fairchild2/18/2006 9:48:37 AM
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Any idea what has happened to the class action suit. After filling out the forms several times and being told a settlement is on its way, I still have received nothing.

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