If you thought the fireplace channel was great if you wanted the atmosphere without the smoke, or that the sunset channel really helped to set the mood, Canada's Rogers Cable Inc. is planning to start offering a rotisserie channel, showing spinning chickens, slowly being cooked in HD.
Forget 24-hour news or sports: starting Feb. 28, it will be all chicken, all the time on channel 208 for Rogers digital subscribers in Ontario. At launch, the Rotisserie Channel will feature non-stop footage of glistening chickens turning on a spit.
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