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Jun 22, 2007

G4 Tech TV Canada brings new shows to the summer line up!

God, I love having the Canadian version of G4 instead of the American one, because we always get the best in tech and gaming show. Now G4 Tech TV is added to their wicked line by adding several new gaming and tech shows this summer.

G4TechTV Canada adds eight new hit shows to heat up summer programming

TORONTO, June 21st, 2007 – G4techTV Canada is pleased to announce the premiere of eight new hit shows to their summer programming kicking off the week of July 16th. From shows that cover the most up-to-date news in the tech and gaming world to a quirky new show that looks like an old school 80s video game, G4tech TV Canada is offering extended programming guaranteed to turn up the summer heat and keep tech fans coming back for more.

Airing weekdays at 11:00 a.m. ET starting July 16, “Gamer.tv” will keep viewers up to date with in-depth on-location reports filmed across the globe to entertain, amuse and provide unrivalled coverage of everything exciting that’s going on in the world of games. Broadcast globally to more than 300 million homes, “Gamer.tv” is the world’s leading weekly magazine show for the video gamer, mixing reviews of the latest games and exclusive news and previews.

Starting Tuesday July 17 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, “CNET TV” offers viewers a half hour video fix on the coolest gadgets, the latest gear, and up-to-the-minute tech reviews and news. The biggest and best of the technology world is featured though a number of video series such as “Buzz Report,” “Car Tech,” “Prizefight,” “Insider Secrets,” and “The New Edge 2.0.”

“Code Monkeys”
From one of the twisted minds behind “Crank Yankers” and the creator of “Minoriteam” comes a new animated comedy series of 8-bit proportions that was two decades in the making. Airing on Mondays starting July 16 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, “Code Monkeys” literally looks like an old school video game and revolves around an oddball group of 1980s game designers.

“A Gamer's Guide To…”
Airing Saturdays at 12:00 p.m. ET, starting July 21, “A Gamer’s Guide To…” is a spin-off of the wildly popular “Gamer.tv” with each episode presenting a comprehensive guide to one area of gaming. The 30 minute show offers everything you need to know about the Nintendo Wii, the Xbox 360, the hot world of Japanese gaming, working in the world of games or gaming online.

“When Games Attack”
Airing on Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT starting July 18, “When Games Attack” takes a grown-up look at video games without sacrificing all the fun. Show host and XTrax Scottish Radio Awards 2007 Scottish Radio Presenter of the Year Dominik Diamond is guaranteed to offer the funniest and most informed 30 minute show about video games ever. Dominik travels to locations around the UK and America from fruit stands to soccer stadiums to casinos to add an offbeat angle to the world of video games.

“Major League Gaming Series”
Airing Sundays at 7:00 p.m. ET, starting July 22, “Major League Gaming” (MLG) is the largest organized league and international sanctioning body for the world's fastest growing competitive sport – professional video gaming. Recognized as the global governing authority for millions of competitive gamers worldwide, MLG's ongoing professional video gaming tournaments have attracted competitors from over 28 countries.

“The IT Crowd”
Airing on Mondays at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT starting July 16, “The IT Crowd” is set in the London offices of Reynholm Industries, which is full of glamorous go-getters and high-flying executives. While their beautiful colleagues work upstairs in posh and spacious surroundings, the IT department - Jen, Roy and Moss - lurk below in a dingy basement, scorned by their co-workers as geeky losers. The show focuses on the high jinks of the socially-inept IT trio as they deal with the onslaught of tech issues and demanding coworkers.

Airing on Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT starting July 18, “Torrent” is a weekly one-hour Internet culture show for tech-savvy audiences looking for interesting, first-person, pop-tech stories from around the world. Entertaining, edgy, but most importantly the show is packed with great content that delivers viewers something new each and every week from the explosive world of video content on the web.

1 comment:

Johnny Wadd said...

Good to see a new lineup, pretty much all they do is rerun shit 7 times a day.