NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UPI) -- In Demand Networks says it has reached an agreement with U.S. radio star Howard Stern to continue the Howard TV On Demand service through the end of 2010.
The deal coincides with the conclusion of Stern's deal with Sirius Radio.
In Demand said to celebrate the occasion, digital cable's Howard TV channel is expanding its original programming slate and will debut throughout the remainder of 2008 seven all-new, uncensored programs available only on Howard TV.
Beginning this month, Howard TV will bring the world of "The Howard Stern Show" to life in new ways with a trivia-style game show, two shows featuring the adventures of Howard Stern's Wack Pack, exclusive behind-the-scenes access and more, the company said.
"Fans of Howard Stern and Howard TV can now celebrate that their favorite TV destination will continue for another two years. Plus, they will love the new original concepts," Howard TV Executive Producer Doug Z. Goodstein said in a statement.
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