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Sports Pilot Television Expands Market Coverage
Friday, March 17, 2006 11:00 AM
Industry: Aviation

Tommy Bowden (Email)

Time Warner will put Aviation Programming into 14 Million Additional

Plano, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/17/2006 -- Sport Pilot TV, a revealing
weekly aviation program about the sport of piloting all kinds of
aircraft, announces that its distribution will increase by 14 million
homes over the coming months. This is due in large part to an
arrangement with Time Warner to pick up Sport Pilot TV programming from
Turner Media who is airing the aviation show on several of its
channels. While part of a larger deal with the programming giant, this
will put Sport Pilot TV into nearly 40 million homes and distribution
is expected to grow along with demand for aviation programming.

Increased demand for Sport Pilot TV has also recently compelled Turner
Media to add the program to its iDrive channel on Dish Network
beginning the week of March 27th, 2006. Sport Pilot TV already airs two
times per week in its Motors Block on Channel 218 carried by Dish
Satellite and numerous other local providers. Show times are
nation-wide at 10:30pm ET / 9:30pm CT on Saturdays and 4:00pm ET /
3:00pm CT on Sundays.

"We are delighted to see Sport Pilot TV taking off," stated Michael
Brosler, Executive Producer at Sport Pilot TV, LLC. "Many people have
called or written to let us know they want to receive our show, and
their requests are being heard."

Anyone interested in receiving the show should contact his or her local
television provider and request Sport Pilot TV. In addition, they
should send their request in an email to , along
with their address and current local provider information. Sport Pilot
TV will accumulate requests and forward them to the right service
provider contact.

You can now also obtain Sport Pilot TV episodes on DVD through their
website at
www.sportpilottv.com with three episodes per DVD at a price
of $19.95 plus shipping and handling, or $110 subscription price for 21
episodes. Subscription prices include shipping and handling.

Sport Pilot TV puts you in the flying seat of all kinds of aircraft -
conventional, sport pilot category, and experimental. Sport Pilot TV
brings its viewers face to face with the people, places and aircraft
that are at the heart of the fast-paced aviation industry. The program
will tour some of the finest companies and aviators around the country
and viewers will fly along on trips throughout the United States,
Canada, Mexico and the Bahamas showcasing how small aircraft owners can
cash-in on the many benefits of private piloting. Sport Pilot TV
promotes aviation education, including tips on selecting the right
flight school, instructor and homebuilt aircraft profiles.

About Sport Pilot TV:
The Sport Pilot TV audience is one of the most attractive consumer
groups in the world:

- Gender: Male (90%)
- Age: 18 - 54 (70%)
- College Educated - 90%
- High Disposable Household Income - Average $150K
- Travel and Adventure Enthusiasts
- Outdoor and Sports Minded.
- Homeowners who often have vacation homes and/or large plots of land.
- Affluent and influential audience of pilots, aircraft owners and
executives in general and business aviation markets


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