TJ to host TV segments on the first ever Wired Road Trip with stops at
Canada's coolest summer events
TORONTO, March 5 /CNW/ - G4techTV Canada is launching a search for a 'TJ'
(Tech Junkie) to host on-air segments while travelling coast-to-coast this
summer in a gadget and gaming RV on the first ever Wired Road Trip. The Wired
Road Trip will take the TJs to some of the Canada's hottest summer events
ranging from extraordinary races to extreme sporting events and rocking
concerts. G4techTV has mapped out the route and has supplied the ride but
needs someone who's got game to team up with the summer tour as the official
The Wired Road Trip will appear online and on-air on G4techTV through
weekly video podcasts and broadcasted segments allowing viewers around the
world to join this exciting journey. The energetic host will travel from city
to city participating in the electrifying journey of digital know-how,
interesting faces and places and introducing viewers at home to the latest
gaming, digital entertainment and gadgets.
Anyone interested in becoming G4techTV's TJ can learn more about entering
the competition by applying online starting February 28, 2007 on
www.g4techtv.ca. Eligible entrants can submit the application online and
upload a short video explaining why they will make the right TJ. Mandatory
criteria for applying includes: a driver's license, experience with a camera
and an enormous amount of energy and spunk. G4techTV needs someone ready for
the ride of their life! The deadline is March 24th and will be followed by an
online voting period from March 28th - April 6th where G4techTV viewers get
the chance to vote for their favorite TJ.
About G4techTV in Canada
G4techTV Canada (formerly TechTV Canada) launched in September 2001.
G4techTV is the one and only 24-hour television network that is plugged into
every dimension of games, gear, gadgets and gigabytes. Co-owned by Comcast
Corporation (G4 Media inc.) and Rogers Media Inc., the channel airs more than
24 original series. G4techTV is available on digital cable and satellite. For
more information, see www.g4techtv.ca.