TFC adds Lifestyle Channel access for subscribers
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REDWOOD CITY, California– Lifestyle Network on Time Warner Cable in Los Angeles and San Diego is now available to subscribers of The Filipino Channel (TFC), the ABS-CBN International announced.
Olivia De Jesus, the network’s North America managing director and global content head said the success of its video on demand service on cable has led to the expansion of its content coverage. It is offering the new channel to “a market seeking diverse, fresh, rich experiences, information and entertainment that help balance their lives.”
Lifestyle Network boasts carefully selected content focusing on the “Self, Home, Food and Travel” with shows like “Curiosity Got the Chef,” “You’ve Been Served” and “The Kitchen Musical”; armchair travel adventures via “Filipinas Undiscovered,” “World Without Walls” and “Ten,” hosted by Filipino Canadian Jason Godfrey.
Expert home design advice on colors, lines, shapes, textures, placement and themes are brought by shows like “Interior Motives,””Urban Zone” and “Life Without Borders.” Healthy behaviors, beauty secrets, latest runway fashion action and trends tips for every style and budget are on tap on programs like “F.A.S.H.,” “Runway TV” and “Belo Beauty 101.”
“We recognize that TFC needed a companion specialty channel that caters more to Filipinos who are looking for programming that addresses personal improvement, individual empowerment and expansion of one’s world,” said ABS-CBN North America Regional Marketing Head and Senior Director Jun Del Rosario.
Lifestyle Network is available on Channel 683 in Los Angeles and Channel 691 in San Diego at no additional charge to Time Warner Cable digital customers with a subscription to The Filipino Channel on the Los Angeles system. For more information, please visit www.twc.com.
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