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Outdoor Channel Acquires Cable Syndication Rights to Air First Six Seasons of Discovery Channel’s Hit Show “Deadliest Catch”

DENVER (June 23, 2017) – While Deadliest Catch® continues to keep viewers enthralled with original episodes on Discovery Channel, these veteran captains have found a new syndicated home – Outdoor Channel. Announced today by Jim Liberatore,...Show More Summary

Open Spotify links in Google Play Music with this handy Chrome extension

As the only TNW staffer currently residing in India, I find myself excluded from the music channel on our company’s Slack, where people share their favorite songs and new discoveries – all because my colleagues in the US and Europe use Spotify and the service isn’t available here yet (I tried a VPN, no dice). Show More Summary

Win A Trip to Grand Cayman in Southwest’s Shark Week Contest

Southwest Airlines and Discovery are partnering up to give one lucky winner a trip for two to the Cayman Islands. The Dare to Dive Sweepstakes is being ran to celebrate Shark Week which starts on July 23 on Discovery Channel. According...Show More Summary

Genes, Ions, and Other New Frontiers in Psychiatry

A gene related to ion channels common to many families with mental illness leads us to new discoveries and treatments based on actual brain pathology.

Ancient Manufacturing Technique Exposed Native Californians To Dangerous Toxins

Thousands of years ago, indigenous people living in the California Channel Islands relied on a manufacturing process that exposed them to dangerous chemicals which likely compromised their health. The discovery shows that toxic substances of our own making have been around for a lot longer than we realised. More »      

Will pay TV providers offer at $10/month entertainment-only, non-sports skinny bundle?

A study shows that a $10/month entertainment-only skinny bundle would attract 4.6 million new subscribers to pay TV. MoffettNathanson says a channel lineup featuring AMC, A&E Networks, Discovery, Scripps (Cooking Channel, DIY Network, Food Network, Travel Channel) and various independent networks would fetch a price of about $10. Show More Summary

Michael Phelps to race great white shark for Discovery Channel’s ‘Shark Week’

The world's most decorated athlete takes on one of the fastest and most efficient predators on the planet.

This True Crime Wine Club Is Bloody Genius

Attention all Forensic Files binge watchers (yes, you - don't try to hide it!): a True Crime wine club now exists. Murder and wine? Now that's a killer pairing. Investigation Discovery - the go-to channel for any murderino worth her salt - has launched the ID Wine Club. Show More Summary

Um, Michael Phelps Is Racing An Actual Shark On TV

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Michael Phelps, it seems, has lived at least one day of his life like Shark Week. In a program dubbed “Great Gold vs. Great White,” the 23-time Olympic gold medalist will be racing a shark as part of the Discovery Channel’s annual weeklong celebration of cartilaginous fish. Show More Summary

You Can Buy the Discovery Channel Founder’s Ranch for $149 Million

John Hendricks, founder of the Discovery Channel, TLC and Animal Planet, is selling his roughly 7,000 acres of land and estate in Colorado. The property, known as West Creek Ranch, is listed with LIV Sotheby’s. Here’s what you get for...Show More Summary

Michael Phelps Will Actually Race Against Sharks During Shark Week

Olympic athlete Michael Phelps will race against an actual Great White Shark on the Discovery Channel to celebrate this year's Shark Week.

Olympic legend Phelps to race against great white shark

Michael Phelps, the most successful Olympian of all time, is to race against a great white shark as part of the Discovery Channel's 'Shark Week'.

Michael Phelps is fin-ished, says the shark who'll race him - CNET

The Olympic gold-medal swimmer will race a great white shark for the Discovery Channel's Shark Week, and we nab an exclusive fin-terview.

Michael Phelps Is Set to Race a Great White for Discovery Channel's Shark Week

We're guessing he's never seen Jaws. Or any other movie with a shark in it. As part of Discovery Channel's fan-favorite Shark Week, one of summer TV's most highly...

Michael Phelps' Next Opponent Has Never Heard of Him

Is he high ? Mashable reports Michael Phelps will race a great white shark for Discovery Channel's inescapable Shark Week. The mechanics of the race are unclear—Mashable is concerned the shark won't understand it's supposed to race the Olympian, not eat him—and a press release for the special,...

Michael Phelps is going to race a great white shark on TV during ‘Shark Week’

Is Shark Week sports? This year, the answer is 100 percent yes. The Discovery Channel announced on Friday that Michael Phelps will race against a great white shark as part of its week of shark-related festivities. Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Show More Summary

Michael Phelps Will Race a Great White Shark for ‘Shark Week’

If you need any evidence that the Discovery Channel has embraced its campy roots with the pop-culture staple Shark Week, look no further than the main event on this year’s docket. “Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White,” will, as the name suggests, feature a race between 23-time Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps and a […]

Full Programming Lineup Unveiled for Shark Week

The annual programming event that Discovery Channel bills as television’s longest-running summer TV event is set to air from Sunday, July 23, to Sunday, July 30, and Discovery has taken the wraps off the full lineup of programming for Shark...

Dive In to ‘Shark Week’ With Brand-New Jawsome Shark Programming Airing Sunday, July 23, to Sunday, July 30, on Discovery

Press release from Discovery, June 15, 2017: SHARK WEEK, television’s longest-running and eagerly awaited summer TV event returns to Discovery Channel on Sunday, July 23, at 7:00 PM ET/PT and continues through Sunday, July 30. In addition, the most decorated...

Michael Phelps to take on sharks

It's part of Discovery Channel's Shark Week.        

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