Lifeskool's "Gamer Dojo" Series To Premiere On Demand April 19
Get Inside The Hottest New Consoles and Games Including Gears of War, Lost Planet, Tony Hawk: Project 8 and God of War II For Insider Tips To Play Like a Pro
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEW YORK, NY April 19, 2007 - Power-up your game on April 19 with the premiere of LIFESKOOL TV's all-new On Demand original series, Gamer Dojo. Hosted by ultimate gamers Jonathan Drubner and Jessica Chobot, the series sports everything from game play basics to multiplayer tactics and field tests to help uncover hidden items and advanced techniques for the latest releases. Gamer Dojo will help bring every gamer to the next level, from old school A-B Button tappers still living in an 8-bit digital reality to extreme front-line digital soldiers planning their next E3 trip.
"The best video games are designed to be difficult for even the most avid gamers to master," said Jonathan Drubner, host of LIFESKOOL's Gamer Dojo. "Gamer Dojo brings gamers the essential tools to conquer the intricacies of gaming with serious instruction so anyone can play like a pro."
Gamer Dojo episodes conquer gameplay basics, character creation and development, insider tips, tournaments, and comparisons of the latest consoles such as Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3. The series pierces viewers' pupils with visually-rich high-tech graphics such as stylized freeze frames, arrows & pointers, highlights, tip boxes and slow motion video for added instruction. Gamer Dojo also amps up the skill levels with advanced gaming techniques to cover more intricate attacks, moves and complex boss strategies on the latest games including, "Tony Hawk Project 8," God of War II," "Lost Planet" and "MotorStorm."
Lifeskool's Video Gaming programming category offers a series of shows including "Best Game Ever" which tracks the progression of classic video game series including, "The Legend of Zelda," "Castlevania" and Metroid." On the flip, Lifeskool also takes another look at vintage and current games we love to hate in "Worst Game Ever," featuring games such as Shaq Fu, ET on Atari and more.
In addition, Pwny Express video web exclusives will become available online at www.lifeskooltv.com where hosts Jonathan and Jessica answer viewers' questions submitted via the LIFESKOOL website.
LIFESKOOL is the only FREE On Demand television network dedicated to helping viewers jumpstart their lives with exclusive content that inspires and informs. With new shows to choose from each week featuring a broad array of expert on-air personalities and hosts, LIFESKOOL offers something for everyone with shows such as Katie Brown @ home, 24seven gamer, Guitar Xpress, The Pet Shop with Marc Morrone, John Lithgow's Paloozaville and many more. LIFESKOOL, formerly known as Mag Rack, launched in 2001 as the first television network to produce original entertainment created exclusively for On Demand. LIFESKOOL is owned by Rainbow Media Holdings LLC and distributed via cable operators to more than 11 million homes nationwide. For more information, visit www.lifeskooltv.com.
About Rainbow Media Holdings LLC
Rainbow Media Holdings LLC is a subsidiary of Cablevision Systems Corporation (NYSE: CVC). Rainbow Media is a leading producer of targeted, multi-platform programming for global distribution, creating and managing some of the world's most compelling and dynamic entertainment brands, including AMC, fuse, IFC, WE tv, Rainbow Sports Networks managed FSN Bay Area and FSN New England, LIFESKOOL, SPORTSKOOL, and VOOM HD Networks. The company also manages Rainbow Advertising Sales Corporation, its advertising sales division, and Rainbow Network Communications, its full service network programming origination and distribution company.
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