Friday, January 16, 2009

Retirement TV Teams Up With Comcast

We're written about these guys before, they are based here, and they continue to grow:

From a press release:

Retirement Living TV (RLTV), the only network dedicated to adults 50+, and Comcast, the nation’s leading provider of entertainment, information and communication products and services, announced today that they have reached a carriage agreement with Comcast for its digital television level of service.
RLTV features original television series and specials built on partnerships with leading organizations in the fields of aging and media. The network has more than 1,000+ hours of original programming on health, finance and other issues important to people 50+. These include My Generation and Inside E Street, two programs produced by AARP, the quintessential 50+ organization. This new agreement provides Comcast with more programming targeting this audience, which is now the nation’s largest demographic and one of the fastest growing. 


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