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News: 'In The Fight' now available to Charter TV Digital On Demand subscribers

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ATLANTA – U.S. Third Army’s Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System, the leading provider of U.S. military imagery and the connection between media around the world and service members, has partnered with Charter Communications to offer “In The Fight” to Charter TV Digital On Demand subscribers in the Southeast, Great Lakes and Midwest regions.

“In The Fight” is an award winning monthly half-hour program that offers an incomparable, rare insight into life on the frontlines, reported directly by U.S. military service members. This program allows viewers to engage in untold stories of military operations, humanitarian missions and daily life, all told from a first-person perspective.

Charter TV in Digital subscribers in the Southeast Region can access “In The Fight” through Charter’s signature video on demand service by going to: Local Interest → The Neighborhood → Our Military → In The Fight.

Charter TV in Digital subscribers in the Midwest and Great Lakes Region (IL, MI, MN, MO & WI) can access “In The Fight” on demand by going to Local Interest → Military Salute → In The Fight.

About DVIDS:
Since 2004, DVIDS has provided world media with reliable access to all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and coalition partners serving overseas, helping fulfill the military’s obligation to provide maximum disclosure of information with minimum delay.

Through a network of portable Ku-band satellite transmitters located with deployed units, and a distribution hub in Atlanta, Georgia, DVIDS makes available real-time broadcast-quality video, still images and print products, as well as immediate interview opportunities with service members, commanders and subject matter experts.

For questions, comments or suggestions, contact DVIDS 24 hours a day at: toll free 877-DVIDS-24/7, commercial 678-421-6612, or DSN 312-367-1792/1761.

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Date Taken:06.13.2012

Date Posted:06.13.2012 16:23

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