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WFN: World Fishing Network Announces Agreement with Comcast
DENVER, CO, Sept. 30, 2009 - WFN: World Fishing Network, the only 24-hour fishing
lifestyle network, announced an agreement with Comcast for the distribution of WFN in both
standard and high definition in Comcast markets.

"We are pleased to have reached this agreement with Comcast and we look
forward to launching WFN in Comcast markets around the country," said Mark
Rubinstein, president & CEO of WFN. "By offering WFN to Comcast customers, our
hope is to bring the content that 60 million anglers are passionate about directly to their
living rooms."

WFN's singular focus is serving the nation's 60 million anglers with more than
1,000 hours of original programming each year solely dedicated to fishing and the fishing
lifestyle. The schedule includes theme nights in primetime, more original programming,
expanded regional content, the only news program reporting on stories and events that shape the
fishing industry, plus, more emphasis on conservation issues.

About WFN: World Fishing Network
WFN: World Fishing Network is the only 24/7 television network dedicated to all
segments of fishing with programming that covers instruction, tips, tournaments, travel, food,
boating, outdoor lifestyle and more. WFN's wide-ranging programming lineup includes a
selection of the best international series and the most diverse species coverage of any outdoor
network. Featuring popular programs hosted by the world's top anglers, the network also
includes a variety of exclusive lifestyle shows including Hookin' Up with Mariko Izumi and
WFN's Reel Road Trip. WFN also delivers the beauty of fishing in stunning High Definition
with WFN HD, a separate network that delivers 100 percent High Definition programming

Originally launched in December 2005, today WFN and WFN HD are available
in more than 20 million households through North American cable, satellite and
telecommunications distributors.
Member comments
by: Coyute on 10/2/2009 6:36:00 AM
groovy! I guess our letters paid off