Fox in New Content Download Deal

LOS ANGELES, August 14: Fox Interactive Media’s (FIM)
network of websites, including IGN and MySpace, are set to begin offering
properties from Twentieth Century Fox, such as X-Men: The Last Stand and Prison Break, on a download-to-own basis.

IGN Entertainment will be the first FIM property to offer a
selection of Fox content on its Direct2Drive site, in October 2006, with
additional FIM properties, including, to follow. FIM’s network of
properties reaches more than 75 million people a month in the U.S.

Initially, FIM will offer films from Twentieth Century Fox,
including new releases, made-for-TV movies, direct-to-video releases and select
content from the Twentieth Century Fox film library on IGN's Direct2Drive site.
The site will also offer current television series from Twentieth Century Fox,
Fox Broadcasting Company, Fuel TV, Speed and FX, with a selection of shows
available within 24 hours of initial broadcast. Purchased movies and television
shows will be immediately transferable to Windows Media compatible portable
devices. Direct2Drive's secure digital download service will enable users to
transfer content to up to two PCs and one portable device per PC. Content will
be available at $19.99 for new feature film releases and $1.99 per TV series

"Our drive to deliver Twentieth Century Fox content via
the most powerful online platforms is advanced substantially by this
agreement," said Peter Levinsohn, the president of digital media at Fox
Entertainment Group. "Offering Fox content in conjunction with FIM
properties enables viewers to access the best movies and TV shows from multiple
platforms in the Fox family."

"Today marks an important step as we continue to build
a bridge between the worlds of user-generated and top-quality, professional
content, further enhancing our range of consumer offerings across both free,
ad-supported and paid download business models," said FIM’s president,
Ross Levinsohn. "With more than 75 million monthly users and one of the
largest entertainment communities on the web, we are thrilled to begin offering
our users exciting content from Fox."