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December 6, 2006

ZIM TV signs Canadian internet TV deal

Mobile entertainment and internet TV provider ZIM Corporation has entered into an agreement with G4TechTV Canada to enable the broadcast of the Canadian tech show 'Call for Help' through ZIM's ZIMTV internet TV platform.

By CBR Staff Writer

The show, which is designed to educate viewers about current technology, will be available for a purchase price of $1.99 per episode. Alternatively, consumers can pay $9.99 for a monthly subscription.

In addition to the broadcast through its internet platform, ZIM intends to make the popular program available on ZIMTV mobi, a mobile-dedicated website that can be viewed by millions of mobile phones and PDAs worldwide.

Broadcasting our programming on internet TV is a great way to reach a new global audience and it gives our viewers the option to access ‘Call for Help’ anytime, anywhere. We are very excited about this partnership with ZIM to launch our content to a worldwide online audience, said Malcolm Dunlop, VP of programming and marketing at G4techTV Canada.

A key part of our strategy is to establish partnerships with the world’s leading media providers and we’re excited about having G4techTV Canada on board, added Dr Michael Cowpland, president and CEO of ZIM.

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