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How to keep fish will be the focus of a new TV programme scheduled for broadcast on Satellite TV.

Television production company PMGTV has being running a series called “Pets For Life” since the May 3, 2011, and now it’s the turn of our fishy friends to get the television treatment.

Sponsored by OATA, The Blue Cross and well-known aquarium brand King British, it is hoped that the programme will provide a good introduction to fishkeeping and demonstrate some of the issues that surround the hobby, such as impulse buying.

Broadcast dates for the TV programme are:
Tuesday July 12, 2011 at 7.30pm with a repeat broadcast on Sunday July 17, 2011 at 6.00pm.

Sky Channel 201
Freesat Channel 403

So set your planners and we look forward to hearing your comments after the broadcast.

Thanks to PFK Discus expert and OATA Director Mark Evenden for bringing this story to our attention.

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