Press Release #4 (10/3/08)

10/3/08

HOWARD TV ON DEMAND INTRODUCES THE MAN WITH THE INSIDE VIEW,
RONNIE MUND, HOWARD STERN'S SECURITY GUARD AND DRIVER

THE RONNIE MUND SHOW PREMIERING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2008
Hosted By Richard Christy and Sal Governale


New York, October 3 -Ronnie Mund is an important man. He's been radio icon Howard Stern's driver since November 1985 and longtime security guard for the show, despite the fact he's on the diminutive side (ok, he's short), leans towards using salty language (ok, he curses a lot) and often makes inappropriate statements (ok, he yells at everybody). Ronnie's day-to-day life surrounded by the crazy hijinks of the Stern on-and off air staff is uproariously documented for Howard TV On Demand fans on the new original series The Ronnie Mund Show. Hosted by Stern regulars Richard Christy and Sal Governale, this behind-the-scenes look at "the man, the Mund, the legend," premieres only on Howard TV On Demand, beginning October 3 with new episodes added every Wednesday. (Four Episodes).

Much of The Ronnie Mund Show is shot in the backstage hallways of "The Howard Stern Show" with Ronnie bringing in celebrity guests as well as the infamous cupcakes. Mund defends himself against show staffers who tease him relentlessly. With segments like "As the Mund Turns," "Great Moments in Stern's Security" and "On the Line with Ronnie Mund," viewers get to hear Ronnie's opinions on the foibles and faults of his co-workers as well as his insatiable desire for going to strip clubs. "I drive the tank that brings the general to the fort," said Mund, signifying his importance to the Stern organization. Other commonly repeated Mundisms include "What's YOUR problem?" and "Oh whatever, I don't even care!"

Doug Z. Goodstein is the Executive Producer for Howard TV On Demand's The Ronnie Mund Show. Mike Gange is Supervising Producer. Gregg Karmel is Series Producer/Writer with Anthony Gargano serving as Series Editor.

About Howard TV On Demand
Stern fans get an uncensored window into Howard's freedom on satellite radio with digital cable's premium video-on-demand (SVOD) service HOWARD TV ON DEMAND. The service allows digital cable subscribers to bring Howard Stern and his colorful cast of characters right into their living rooms 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As the only place to see Stern, the "all-Stern-all-the-time" channel offers opportunities to exclusively view the daily Sirius shows as well as original programming conceptualized by Howard Stern and the Howard TV On Demand producers.

Fans are able to get these brand new shows at the touch of a button as well as access an archive of some of the best shows from Howard's expansive television library. The HOWARD TV ON DEMAND channel is currently available to 32 million digital cable subscribers through Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Cablevision, Charter Communications, Brighthouse and Rogers cable systems for $13.99 per month (SRP).

About iN DEMAND Networks
iN DEMAND Networks is the pioneer and world leader in providing exciting entertainment delivered through television's most innovative technologies. iN DEMAND creates and delivers programming through three distinct areas of business: Pay-Per-View (PPV), Video-On-Demand (VOD) and high definition (HD) programming. PPV programming includes movies, mega boxing and mixed martial arts events and the digital out-of-market subscription sports packages for MLB, the NBA, the NHL and MLS. The company also offers a range of VOD products including first-run movies, original HD VOD content, and serves as the exclusive TV home of Howard Stern, via its Howard TV On Demand offering. The company also operates the distinctive MOJO HD network, a pioneer in HD, to serve the upscale male audience. iN DEMAND's owners are Comcast iN DEMAND Holdings, Inc., Cox Communications Holdings, Inc., and Time Warner Entertainment - Advance/Newhouse Partnership. Further information about the company can be found at www.indemand.com.

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