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April 23, 2010

Astute and CME Incite Produce Multiple Sclerosis Webcast

RESTON, VA, April 23, 2010 – Funded by a grant from Teva Neuroscience, Astute Technology recently partnered with CME Incite to produce a webcast focused on multiple sclerosis. Astute cut and edited over four hours of total filmed material to produce the 60 minute final product, which included individual segments by each of the four expert speakers as well as a 15 minute round table discussion during which a moderator guided the four experts in discussing a range of current MS topics. CME Incite licensed Astute's versatile Flash player for the deliverable in order to provide end users with the ability to watch content anywhere and anytime. In addition to the convenient slide thumbnail navigation standard in Astute's media players, the Flash player includes a concurrent view of both the speaker video and synchronized slides for a comprehensive viewing experience. The final multiple sclerosis webcast will be offered for CME credit and hosted on

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