Thursday, May 18 and to provide news, sports

May 18, 2000 (NYSE:GO) has reached an agreement with AT&T Wireless by which sites and are the premier news and sports providers, respectively, on AT&T's new PocketNet® service. will be the premier provider of world, U.S., business, political, technology, lifestyle and health news on the PocketNet service, which launched this week. will be the premier provider of sports news and scores, including: Major League Baseball; NFL; NBA; auto racing; pro golf, soccer and tennis; and college sports to PocketNet subscribers. and's content will be comprised of HDML pages specifically designed for wireless delivery.

"This agreement is consistent with's objective to become the number one provider of wireless content and to secure the broadest possible distribution for our sites," said Larry Shapiro, execitive vice president, corporate development, "Getting updated news and sports information while on the move is becoming increasingly important, and can deliver terrific up-to-the-minute coverage via ABCNEWS and ESPN, two of the most trusted brands in the business."

AT&T PocketNet service provides the tools needed to conduct business while on the go. Features include digital voice communication, as well as real-time access to e-mail, calendars, schedules, contacts, Web content, and more. (NYSE:GO) is the Internet business of The Walt Disney Company. manages some of the Internet's most popular Web sites, including the portal. also manages the web sites for some of the most well known brands in their industries, such as,,,,,,,,,, Mr. Showbiz, NASCAR Online, and Steven M. Bornstein is the chairman of, which is headquartered in North Hollywood, California, with operations in Sunnyvale, California; Seattle, Washington; Bristol, Connecticut; New York; and London.

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