NBC Uni sells "Heroes" for cable run

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NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution has sold hit NBC primetime series "Heroes" to cable networks G4 and MOJO for its debut in off-network syndication, announced Frances Manfredi, Senior Vice President and General Sales Manager, NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution. The multi-season strip deals with G4 and MOJO debut in fall 2010, and include a repurpose window of current season episodes the week following NBC’s initial airings starting in 2007.


"We are excited to become part of the ‘Heroes’ phenomenon. This extraordinary series speaks perfectly to G4’s young male audience and is an excellent complement to the network’s programming line-up, which includes content such as Comic-Con coverage, the live daily strip ‘Attack of the Show’ and videogame review series ‘X-Play’," said Neal Tiles, President, G4, part of the Comcast Entertainment Group.

"’Heroes’ is a series of the highest caliber which has garnered a cult-like following. It will be a perfect lead-in for MOJO’s Thursday night block of original hi-def programming," said Robert D. Jacobson, President and CEO, iN DEMAND Networks, MOJO’s parent company.


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