NYC Life, TV Channel Owned by the City of New York, Debuts New Primetime Line-up — for Free

May 5, 2010  •  Post A Comment

NYC Life, a TV channel owned by New York City, is debuting a new primetime lineup of 15 shows — with all of them costing the city nothing, theNew York Daily News reports.

The programs, valued at $4 million, have come to the station from a variety of programmers including History and NBC Local Media. 

NYC Life is organizing its new programming around theme nights, with Tuesdays focusing on the city’s history and including content from History. Thursday’s line-up centers on food and will include "Steve Schirripa’s Hungry," which features "The Sopranos" actor visiting Italian restaurants and which has previously aired on Lifeskool Network, now called Mag Rack.


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