Spike TV and GameTrailers announced Friday that the gaming magazine-style show, “GTTV with Geoff Keighley” has been picked up by Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas.
The half-hour gaming news show, which appears on Spike TV on Thursdays, will also air in the bilingual network’s weekend programming line-up beginning this Saturday, April 28.
“We are thrilled to offer ‘GameTrailers’ to a wider audience,” said Brad Winters, general manager, GameTrailers. “Video games are a cross-cultural phenomenon and are enjoyed by all gamers, regardless of what language they speak, so we are eager to share GT’s video game exclusives and news with Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas viewers.”[ Also Read: Games that People Play on Digital Playgrounds ]
“GTTV” is hosted and executive produced by gaming industry veteran, Geoff Keighley. Each week, Keighley and co-hosts Amanda MacKay, Daniel Kayser and Justine Ezarik bring fans video game exclusives, the latest news on the hottest titles, interviews with the top names in gaming, inside looks into the biggest events in the world of video games and more.
In addition to watching the show on Spike TV, fans can catch “GTTV” online the next-day on GameTrailers.com, Xbox Live Marketplace, PlayStation Network and other digital platforms and now also on weekends on Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas.
GameTrailers (GT) is a video destination for gaming entertainment and information, delivering timely, high-resolution broadband video content for gamers including original shows, video reviews, game trailers and comprehensive video coverage of gaming events from around the world.
GT has offices in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York and is a division of Viacom Media Networks, a unit of Viacom (NASDAQ: VIA, VIAB).
Photo courtesy: GameTrailers
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