Fuse to Air "G-Thing" Marathon Friday, October 25 Beginning at 11PM ET

Fuse to Air "G-Thing" Marathon Friday, October 25 Beginning at 11PM ET

NEW YORK, Oct. 25, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Fuse, the national music
television network of The Madison Square Garden Company, announced that there
will be a G-Thing marathon featuring six episodes, culminating with the season
finale, airing tonight, Friday, October 25 beginning at 11:00 p.m. ET. G-Thing
gives viewers a look into the lives of G Fella, an Italian-American rapper,
and his larger-than-life family as they try to launch the first "family style"
run record label: Tracketeering Music.

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The season kicked off with G Fella attempting to secure a private plane for
his music video, and taking viewers through the recording process and his
personal life. The eight episode season culminated with the planning of his
album release party and the video premiere for his single "Gotta Guy." G-Thing
is directed and executive produced by Vem Miller ("Tattoo Rescue," "Harvest")
and his production company Vem's Sweatshop Media, in conjunction with Fuse and
Paulina Williams. For more information on G-Thing please visit

WHAT: G-Thing Marathon
WHEN: Friday, October 25 beginning at 11:00 p.m. ET

As the national network dedicated to music, Fuse is committed to delivering
outstanding content that features the characters, stories, performances, and
perspectives that make up the dynamic world of music. G-Thing is part of
Fuse's lineup of original music-inspired programming, which also includes:
Fuse News, Fuse's daily flagship music news program anchored by Alexa Chung
and Matte Babel; Warped Roadies, an unscripted program that follows the crew
charged with keeping the Vans Warped Tour running; and Funny or Die's Billy on
the Street, a music and pop culture trivia show starring Billy Eichner. Other
Fuse shows include Insane Clown Posse Theater, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope's
twisted take on what's new in music and popular culture and Big Freedia: Queen
of Bounce which follows "Bounce" pioneer Big Freedia on her journey from local
New Orleans icon to national phenomenon, along with Top 20 Countdown and
Trending 10. Additionally, Fuse covers live concerts and events, and boasts
comprehensive coverage of music festivals throughout the country, including
South by Southwest, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and the Voodoo Music Experience.

About Fuse

Fuse, the national television network dedicated to music, brings viewers
closer to their favorite artists and bands by featuring original series and
specials, exclusive interviews, live concerts and video blocks – all rooted in
the music experience. Celebrating the hit makers of today, familiar favorites
and edgy newcomers, Fuse accommodates the wide ranging tastes and attitudes of
its 18-34 year-old audience with compelling music programming on-air, on-line,
on-demand, in HD and via mobile technologies.Fuse is a part of MSG Media,
which includes television networks MSG, MSG +, MSG HD and MSG + HD, as well as
MSG Interactive, which oversees all company digital initiatives. MSG Media is
a division of The Madison Square Garden Company (Nasdaq:MSG), along with MSG
Sports and MSG Entertainment.MSG Sports includes the New York Knicks (NBA);
the New York Rangers (NHL); the New York Liberty (WNBA); the Hartford Wolf
Pack (American Hockey League); and MSG Entertainment includes concerts and
events at Madison Square Garden, the Theater at Madison Square Garden, Radio
City Music Hall, the Beacon Theatre, the Forum in Inglewood, California, The
Chicago Theatre, and the Wang Theatre in Boston, and manages wholly-owned live
entertainment properties including the Radio City Christmas Spectacular,
starring the Rockettes. Additional information about Fuse can be found at

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CONTACT: Alyssa Hart / alyssa.hart@msg.com 212-324-3401

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