USA Video Interactive Demonstrating Educational Services At NSBA Show in Denver

October 26, 2000

USA Video Interactive (OTCBB: USVO; CDNX: US; is

demonstrating its video portal and other

educational services at one of the premier trade shows for

education technology, the 14th Annual Technology + Learning

Conference sponsored by The National School Boards Association

( At the conference, held October 25 to 28 in

Denver, Colorado, USA Video Interactive will describe how its

portal can bring the latest digitized educational content into

the classroom without schools having to make a large up-front

investment in hardware and content. Rather, USA Video

Interactive’s portal enables school districts,

individual schools, or individual students to use an assigned

subscriber ID and password to access educational titles tailored

to their curricula – whether they are in their classroom, library

or at a home computer.

Julia Launer, USA Video Interactive Director of Educational

Technology, is representing the company at the show and also will

discuss the company’s recently announced contract to provide a

sophisticated video and video editing system to the Washington,

DC public school system; its participation with SchoolFirst Foundation ( in installations in New York City, Boston, Miami and Chicago; and other educational initiatives.

Ms. Launer also will represent USA Video Interactive in the

exhibit sponsored by The SchoolTone Alliance

( USA Video Interactive is a founding member

at the Platinum Level and a Board Member of SchoolTone Alliance,

a global partnership of leading education service providers who

collaborate to create web-based portals. These portals provide

affordable and easy-to access Internet content, communication

tools, and applications specific to the needs of the education

community worldwide.

The Technology + Learning Conference helps school leaders hone

their knowledge of technology’s role in schooling and ultimately

help students achieve more. Called one of the premier education

technology conferences in the nation, the Technology + Learning

Conference brings together school district leaders, technology

specialists, and the leading vendors in education technology.

A series of high profile speakers highlight the three-day

conference, including Cisco Systems chairman, John P. Morgridge,

who opens the conference with a discussion of how schools can use

the Internet to better prepare students for the modern workplace

and society.

About the Conference:

Sponsored by the National School Boards Association’s ITTE:

Education Technology Programs and co-sponsored by more than 25

national education organizations, the three-day Technology +

Learning Conference brings educators the latest ideas, solutions,

and innovations from school districts across the country. More

than 200 school district and vendor workshop sessions and

roundtables will provide practical tools and tips for finding

education technology solutions, and showcase real-life stories

from educators in the field. More than 340 of the nation’s top

education technology suppliers will exhibit at the Conference.

Exhibit attendees will see educational innovations from companies

such as AOL, Apple, Compaq, Gateway, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, and

NEC Systems.

Online purchasing solutions and educational portals

are among the newest areas represented on the show floor. ITTE:

Education Technology Programs was launched in 1985 by NSBA and

its federation of state school boards associations to help

advance the best uses of technology in public education. For more

information about the Conference, visit the Technology + Learning

web site at

About USA Video Interactive

USA Video Interactive is an international designer and supplier

of high-tech Internet streaming video and video-on-demand

systems, services and innovative end-to-end solutions. The USA

Video Interactive patent for store-and-forward video, #5,130,792,

was filed in 1990 and issued by the United States Patent and

Trademark Office on July 14, 1992; it is considered a pioneer

patent in the field of video-on-demand and Internet video.

It has

been cited by at least 133 other patents. In 1999, USA Video

Interactive was awarded similar patents in England, France,

Spain, Italy and Germany; the company has patents pending in

Canada and Japan. The USA Video Interactive patented video

technology gives users full-motion video; the flexibility of

standard, VCR-like controls; and the convenience of a standard

internet-browser format for access. It provides video images

significantly faster and at a higher degree of resolution than

with previously available methods; significantly overcomes

bandwidth restrictions; and eliminates the blockiness and

slowness of current technologies — all at a lower cost and at or

near broadcast quality. USA Video Interactive is nearing

completion of a patented Wavelet compression technology that will

further enhance the company’s ability to deliver Internet video

to home modem users and reduce storage and download-time

requirements for all users, including those with broadband

connections. For more information, visit

USA Video Interactive Corporate Headquarters;

Office: 70 Essex Street; Mystic, CT 06355

(800) 625-2200; (860) 572-1560.

Canada Office; 837 West Hastings Street; Suite #507. Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3N6.

Trading symbol on the OTCBB: USVO; Trading symbol on The Canadian Venture Exchange: US. Standard & Poors Listed. CUSIP 902924208; USA Video, USA Video Interactive, Video-On-Demand and Video Yellow Pages are trademarks of USA Video Interactive. The Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX) has not reviewed and does not

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