SPORT Magazine, the erstwhile publication now being published by Colliers Media, has enterted the premium television business with its SPORT Magazine Video Gallery series of Pay TV events to be seen on PayTV4U.Com beginning in February.
Programming in the series includes two major fights that will be seen for the first time in color via the Margate Entertainment LLC Colorization process. They are the Cassius Clay-Sonny Liston fight and the third Ingemar Johnasson - Floyd Patterson fight. Other classic TV events in the package include the 1968 Houston-UCLA basketball game with Lew Alciondor and Elvin Hayes; the 1982 North Carolina vs. Georgia basketball game with James Worthy, Sam Perkins, Michael Jordan, and Dominique Wilkins; the 1982 Notre Dame vs. UCLA basketball game; the Bjorn Borg Jimmy onnors Seiko Tennis Classic from Japan; the New York Cosmos vs. Washington Diplomats NASL Game with Pele, Chiaglia, and Franz Beckenbauer; the 1984 Holiday Bowl, where BYU defeated Michigan for the College Football CHampionship; the 1982 SMU-BYU Holiday Bowl (Eric Dickrson, Jim McMahon) that is considered to be the most exciting game in college bowl history; and the Muhammad Ali - Chuck Wepner fight that inspred the film Rocky.
All events will be the full telecast and are available for viewing and downloading on PayTV4U.Com, one of the 21 broadband channels in the TV4U.Com broadband network. Each event will be available for $3.95 and $5.95 to download.
"We're very excited to be lauching our PatTV4U.Com service with these great sports eventsd," said TV4U,Inc. President and CEO Charry Kennedy. "We are delighted to have the legendary SPORT Magazine present these events and we expect them to be quite popular."
PayTV4U.Com is one of 21 broadband channels in the TV4U.Com broadband network. Other than PayTV4U.Com all TV4U.Com broadband channels are free internet TV.
About Margate Entertainment LLC Margate Entertainment LLC distributes a video library of more than 5,000 classic sports and TV titles, as well as produces new versions of classic programming in sports, drama, entertainment, and music. Through its Max Cat Records label, it distributes more than 24,000 music masters of 54 classic labels from the 20th Century, and produces new audio and video music. Through its Colliers Media division, it publishes audiobooks and E Magazines such as 1000jokesmagazine.com, pet parademagazine.com, boxingillustrated.net, silverscreenmagazine.com, sportmagazine4u.com and studioxmagazine.com Shortlineshop.com is a wholly owned subsidiary of Margate Entertainment LLC and provides deep discount pricing for home video, home audio, software, and logo wear in the sports and entertainment fields.
Margate Entyertainment LLC also provides complete network programming services to private networks such as Tavern Television,Nostalgia Network, and Family Channel as well as the TV4U.com broadband channels.
TV4U.Com is a leading internet provider of on-demand television and video content from the past 60 years. TV4U.Com provides online historical television content, licensed from Margate Entertainment LLC, free to all internet users. TV4U.Com presents 21 channels of programming, including western,comedy, driveinmovie, drama, variety, detective, action, sports, music, travel, tavern TV, and kids. This content is available for online viewing by visiting tv4u.com.
About TV4U, Inc.
TV4U,Inc. creates commercial video networks. Programming for TV4U,Inc. is supplied by Margate Entertainment LLC, the largest private TV program library in the USA. Founded as TVS Television Network in 1961, TV4U, Inc. is actually the fourth oldest commercial TV network in the USA. It operates web based shopping E Commerce networks such as infomercialtv4u.com and shoptv4u.com and specialty channels such as paytv4u.com and tv4umobile.com. TV4U, Inc. also produces syndicated TV programming for cable networks and broadcast TV syndication such as Circle of Sports, Distant Replay, Poor Sports, You Asked For It, Rock and Roll Legends Live, Hollywood Palace, Make Me Laugh, Make That Spare, and Thrillseekers.