TechTV for sale

By on August 27, 2003, 3:59 PM
Paul Allen, the entrepreneur and co-founder of software maker Microsoft Corp., is looking to sell his technology-related cable channel TechTV, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing people familiar with the situation.

TechTV, owned by Allen's investment firm Vulcan Ventures Inc., is worth $250 million to $300 million, the paper said, citing sources. A TechTV representative was not immediately available to comment to Reuters.

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DLx/P said: favorite station may be in jeopardy?!?!? :(
lalaji said:
Jeez... its impossible to keep that channel running! First it was ZDTV... then it was sold and became TechTV... now its up for sale again? damn...
poertner_1274 said:
That's a good channel, I watch it every once in a while. That would suck if it went off the air :(
TS | Julio said:
I have never really watched TechTV given where I am based, however I have heard a lot of good things of it, not to mention, just the idea of having a TV channel specializing in PC Stuff sounds just great.
SNGX1275 said:
I just bought the thing as one of my optional channels - if it goes down the crapper I'm going to be pissed. Actually it oculd be a good thing - say the trash anime unleashed (/me hides from papa) and ad in another tv show that is geared for a bit more advanced computer users that would be awesome.I have suggested they ad a more advanced show twice, I encourage others to do that. [email][/email] I think.
lalaji said:
Yo... TechTV is great. Everyone can learn from that channel no matter how smart you think you are. I really hope it stays on. Its worth paying extra for.
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