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Media Advisory: Rogers Media launches Prom Queen : The Homecoming

July 6, 2010

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TORONTO, July 6 /CNW/ – Rogers Media is pleased to announce that the
first four episodes of our exclusive Canadian Premiere of Prom Queen:
The Homecoming are
now available on Shorts in the City presented
by Nissan
. The first four episodes are live at,
and with additional episodes launching weekly for a
total of 22 in the series. Prom Queen: The Homecoming will also
be featured on the Shorts in City free iPad app.  On the free iPhone
app, the series is exclusively available to Rogers and Fido customers.

About Prom Queen: The Homecoming
East Adams High has never
been the same since the tragic murder on Prom Night two years ago. Now
after this year’s Prom Queen is found murdered, a new mystery unravels.
Certain this is no coincidence, heroine Sadie Simmons, who fled Los
after the first prom tragedy, returns home to investigate. Her
old classmates are up to the same old tricks: scandalous models,
institutionalized exchange students, questionable photographers and a
killer run rampant. To make matters worse, a terrifying cyber menace,
known only as Icarus22, threatens Sadie at every turn. She’s forced to
race against the clock to discover the truth before something terrible
happens at Homecoming.

Link to trailer

About Rogers Media Inc
Rogers Media Inc., a division of
Rogers Communications Inc., (TSX: RCI; NYSE: RCI), operates Rogers
Broadcasting and Rogers Publishing. Rogers Broadcasting has 53 AM and FM
radio stations across Canada. Television properties include 5 Citytv
stations as well as five OMNI multicultural television stations. Rogers
Sportsnet, Canada’s live event leader, is comprised of four channels,
all of which are available nationally and in high definition, and the
Shopping Channel, is a televised and Internet shopping service. Rogers
Publishing produces many well-known consumer magazines such as
Maclean’s, Chatelaine, Flare, L’actualité and Canadian Business, and is
the leading publisher of a number of industry, medical and financial
publications. All media properties are integrated with their own popular
web sites. Rogers Media also owns The Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club
and Rogers Centre, a year-round sports and entertainment facility.