The proposed channel is, oddly enough, dedicated to all things karaoke and will feature thousands of songs in all types of genres that will be available on demand including gangsta rap, punk and other musical styles that previously have been underrepresented in karaoke bars.
Karaoke Channel spokesman Charles Prast jokes that some people might think the new notework is a sign of the apocalypse but stresses the technology will make more songs available than ever before and get them to karaoke fans sooner than ever.
Initially, the Karaoke Channel will be available for $4.95 a month but viewers will also be able to purchase a 48-hour pass for $2.95.
As a result, Prast predicts fans will soon be singing the praises of the Karaoke Channel and believes restaurants and bars that currently use bulky machines for karaoke will migrate to the channel instead.
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