Henderson, NV, August 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- TV4U.Com, the free internet TV ad supported broadband network is presenting the historic 1973 China vs. USA basketball game as its August 'HP Special'. The game, which was originally telecast on the TVS Television Network, was the first major sporting event sanctioned between the USA and Chinese governments after the historic 'Ping Pong Diplomacy' that thawed the relations between the two countries.
The USA team was coached by then Memphis St. coach Gene Bartow and included such American collegiate stars as George Karl (N Carolina), Kevin Stacom (Providence), Rich Kelley (Stanford), Quinn Buckner (Indiana), Alvan Adams (Oklahoma), Jim Andrews and Kevin Grevey (Kentucky), and Lon Krueger (Kansas St).
TV4U provides HP laptop owners with Quickplay an exclusive video on demand classic television channel 'TV4U on HP', including the monthly 'HP Specials' which have included major boxing matches, and concerts. In all TV4U on HP features ten channels of classic television including Westerns, Drama, Comedy, Movies, Variety, Music, and Adventure.
"With the Olympics coming from China this month, we thought that HP laptop owners would enjoy seeing how it all began way back in 1973," said TV4U CEO Charry Kennedy. "It pleases us that showing these classic shows has become so popular with the HP laptop owners who have Quickplay."
TV4U and the TVS Television Network are both owned by Margate Entertainment LLC, a Henderson, Nevada based media company that owns more than 15,000 video programs from the past 60 years of television. TV4U provides a 42 channel video on demand broadband network at TV4U.Com while TVS provides fulltime streaming IPTV channels including Nostalgia Television, whuich can be found at NTVtele.Net.
HP laptop viewers can watch over 1,000 classic TV shows free with the TV4U on HP programming service. It is one a large private television network and is currently seen worldwide in more than 100 countries.