stopping at Canada's coolest summer events TORONTO, April 2 /CNW/ - G4techTV Canada unveils the top ten Tech Junkie (TJ) hopefuls vying to host this summer's Wired Road Trip. Since the contest was announced in February 2007, entries from across Canada have been pouring in. After narrowing hundreds of entries ranging from wacky, tech savvy gaming gurus to spirited reporters and future starlets, G4techTV Canada will hand over the final decision-making to the public. Viewers can cast their votes starting April 2, 2007 when video submissions will be available on G4Tech TV website (www.g4techtv.ca). Online votes will determine the first ever Wired TJ to be announced Friday, April 13, 2007. The chosen Wired TJ will visit cities across Canada on an electrifying journey of digital know-how, introducing viewers to the latest gaming, digital entertainment and gadgets. The Wired Road Trip will kick off in Montreal, the weekend of the Grand Prix, and then set out to visit some of the Country's hottest summer events appearing online and on-air on G4TechTV via weekly video podcasts and broadcasted segments inviting viewers around the world to join in this exciting journey. The finalists range in age from 18 to 25 and their resumes boast backgrounds in broadcast journalism, acting and experience as web masters and gaming experts. All ten contestants share a love for technology and a keen sense of adventure. Online voting will take place between April 2, with the polls closing at midnight on April 10, 2007.The Wired Road Trip Tech Junkie Finalists are: 1. Timothy Furness Sechelt, BC 2. Tyler Gibson Sechelt, BC 3. Jarrett Moffatt Winnipeg, MB 4. Brad Moore St. Thomas, ON 5. Brenna Pierson Airdrie, AB 6. Gordon Relph Veron, BC 7. Stephen Saylor St. Catharines, ON 8. Michael Thai Nguyen Mississauga, ON 9. David Willson Markham, ON 10. Ari Zilnik Richmond Hill, ONAbout 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.