September 2004
Multichannel News;9/27/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p42
This article provides information on several television programs. National Hockey League season may be on thin ice, but the puck sport will be alive and well on the channel G4techTV. The Comcast Corp.-owned "games, gear and gadgets" network will play the locked-out league's entire 1,230-game season, via video games, of course. The television station VH1 will pay tribute to the pioneers of hip-hop with its VH1 Hip Hop Honors, set to premiere on October 12. The firm GoodLife TV Network has added 10 classic TV series to its lineup through a three-year agreement with the company Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution.


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