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Developed in partnership with Arkadium, the online game captures the show’s excitement while luring in new players New York – July 16, 2009 – To help promote National Geographic Channel’s
(NGC) new #1 series Hooked, which premiered Monday, June 29, NGC today
launched an online fishing game developed in conjunction with long time games
partner, Ar. For the first time players will be
able to experience the thrill of catching monster fish all over the globe without the
chum, rogue waves or Dramamine. The game, which challenges players to catch
the same megafish seen on Hooked, is designed to both complement the TV show
and attract new viewers online. NGC joins the growing number of broadcasting
companies using interactive games to engage and attract new site visitors.
Whether for science or sport, encountering the sheer power and size of the world’s
biggest fish is nothing short of awe-inspiring. This summer, on Monday nights at
10 p.m. ET/PT, the National Geographic Channel brings the excitement of monster
fishing home with a new season of . Viewers journey across the globe to
see the most extreme encounters in megafishing and the groundbreaking research
being done to protect these fish. In each episode, avid anglers and scientists track,
bait, catch and release fish of extraordinary proportions.
In the new Hooked game (
hoose their level of difficulty, select a lure and instantly begin the hunt for fish in three exotic locales. It’s an adrenaline-filled race against the clock challenging players to catch as many fish as possible before the timer runs out. And of course, after the big catch, in the spirit of the show, players can then release the fish back into the water. “The Hooked game brings our popular series to life by giving viewers an extended
experience online,” said Brad Dancer, senior vice president, Research and Digital
Media for NGC. “This game is another example of our digital strategy to enhance
viewer experience with interactive entertainment on our website.”

About National Geographic Channel

Based at the National Geographic Society headquarters in Washington, D.C., the National Geographic Channel (NGC) is a joint venture between National Geographic Ventures (NGV) and Fox Cable Networks (FCN). Since launching in January 2001, NGC initially earned some of the fastest distribution growth in the history of cable and more recently the fastest ratings growth in television. The network celebrated its fifth anniversary January 2006 with the launch of NGC HD which provides the spectacular imagery that National Geographic is known for in stunning high- definition. NGC has carriage with all of the nation's major cable and satellite television providers, making it currently available to more than 68 million homes. For
About Arkadium
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