TORONTO, Feb. 24 /CNW/ - AUX delivers the best in guerrilla-style music reporting with Kayvon "The Superfan" Zahedi and Nardwuar the Human Serviette debuting as part of the channel's winter programming roster, which launches March 1. Four new series join returning AUX favourites to round out a robust lineup entirely devoted to music and music culture. AUX is available on Rogers Cable channel 107 and at www.aux.tv.
Internet cult hit KayvonTV makes its world TV premiere on AUX. It features fast-talking superfan Kayvon Zahedi on the verge of spontaneous combustion as he interviews his music idols. Adding to the fun is legendary indie-rock journalist Nardwuar. He keeps things quirky as a special correspondent for music news roundup AUX Weekly. The two popular reporters complement AUX's roster of on-air music authorities including Alan Cross, Moe Berg, and George Pettit of Alexisonfire.
Media Note: Watch the premiere episode of KayvonTV at this link: http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/bcpid23863821001?bctid=67506081001
Artist profiler, AUX Plugged In, fan-controlled video series, AUX All Request, and music culture review, Something New, are three new noteworthy additions. They air alongside popular AUX originals MasterTracks and Camera Music.
The attached addendum lists AUX program descriptions.
AUX (www.aux.tv) is the face of thriving music culture. It's an interactive, multi-platform channel dedicated to musical groundbreakers in Canada and from around the world. Launched online in November 2008, it features a mix of music content including videos, live performances, artist interviews, in-depth profiles, behind-the-scenes docs, news, and insider reports on top industry events. AUX plans to be available anywhere its core audience of 18-49s wants it, with a strong focus on reaching 18-34 year olds.
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