OXYGEN LAUNCHED ON COX COMMUNICATIONS ON DEMAND SERVICE
Network Now Available in 15 Million On Demand Homes
New York � November 27, 2006 � Beginning December 1st, Cox Communications will begin launching Oxygen on Demand in its On DEMAND markets. Cox Digital Cable customers in select markets will have access to 15 hours of linear, Air Karaoke, and Oh!Baby branded content. Oxygen on Demand is now available in over 15 million homes.
�With the trend of making content available on multi-platforms, VOD is increasingly becoming a necessary outlet to strategically showcase our content to a broader audience,� said Mary Murano, EVP of Affiliate Sales at Oxygen. �We know Oxygen On Demand will help drive sampling and usage of VOD for Cox digital customers, especially among our audience of younger women.�
Oxygen on Demand meets your entertainment needs with bold originals, side-splitting hit comedies, and fabulous movies. With original programming such as The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency, Campus Ladies, Monique�s F.A.T. Chance, and Girls Behaving Badly, to the popular Air Karaoke and Oh! Baby content, On Demand viewers can get the best Oxygen has to offer - anywhere, anytime!
�We are excited to offer Oxygen programming in the Cox On DEMAND library,� said Bob Nocera, director of marketing, new video services. �We have always enjoyed a strong partnership with Oxygen and look forward to bringing our customers an exciting array of content for the upcoming holidays and into the new year.�
About Oxygen Media
Oxygen, the only cable network owned and operated by women, is currently available in over 69 million homes. The network was launched in 2000 to fill a void in the television landscape -- creating a network targeted to younger women. Oxygen is rewriting the rulebook for women's television, with vast array of unconventional and original programming including The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency, Mo�Nique�s Fat Chance and Campus Ladies. Geraldine Laybourne, the network's founder, Chairman and CEO, has led the company to be a strong advocate for women. Through programs like The Mentor's Walk, Oxygen's national program for bringing along the next generation, and "Who Cares About Girls," Oxygen's new documentary series -- Oxygen is creating The New Girls Network.