Forbes Announces Partnership with the Travel Channel to Produce Luxury Lifestyle Specials Featuring Forbes Content
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NEW YORK--(Business Wire)-- Forbes has partnered with the Travel Channel to produce FORBES LUXE 11, a luxury lifestyle series consisting of ten, hour-long episodes. The series, featuring Forbes content and Forbes on-camera talent, will begin airing on a weekly basis starting Saturday, November 7, 2009 at 10pm ET. The shows will be broadcast in high definition, will feature content provided by Forbes in a list format and will offer a glimpse into the world of the privileged and wealthy. The first show will feature "Mega-Toys." Later in the series, topics will include: Exclusive Hotels, Extravagant Meals, Extreme Excursions, Luxury Steals, Icy Hot Spots, First-Class Traveler, High Seas Style, and Billionaire-Owned hotels. Forbes editors and writers will appear throughout each special bringing their unique wealth and luxury coverageto the lifestyle category. Forbes President of Television and Licensing, Miguel Forbes commented on the new series, "Our new partnership with the Travel Channel is a vital part of Forbes` continued expansion into television and luxury coverage." Forbes Media: Forbes Media encompasses Forbes and Forbes.com, the #1 business site on the Web that reaches more than 18 million people monthly. The company publishes Forbes and Forbes Asia, which together reach a worldwide audience of more than 5.5 million readers. It also publishes ForbesLife and ForbesWoman magazines, in addition to licensee editions in China, Croatia, India, Israel, Japan, Korea, Poland, Romania, Russia and Turkey. Other Forbes Media Web sites are: ForbesTraveler.com; Investopedia.com; RealClearPolitics.com; RealClearMarkets.com; RealClearSports.com; and the Forbes.com Business and Finance Blog Network. Together with Forbes.com, these sites reach nearly 40 million business decision makers each month. Forbes Elizabeth Wasden, 212-367-4157 firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright Business Wire 2009
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