The Daily Beast - June 2, 2012
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"Bandit" watches Dog TV May 10, 2012 in Washington, DC. Dog TV says it's "the first television channel for dogs," with "scientifically developed" 24/7 programming full of frisky hounds running leashless in lush green fields to soothing strains of meditative music. Dog TV premiered in April on two cable networks in San Diego, California, where Uzrad said the take-up has been "really much more than we predicted." Its Israeli producers, Jasmine Television, hope to see Dog TV on cable systems elsewhere in the United States and abroad in the coming months. Don't have cable? It's also available as streaming video for $9.99 a month, along with apps for the usual smartphones and tablets.
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