Love is in the air on G4’s Call for Help

Has technology changed the way we look at love and relationships?



February 1st, 2006, Toronto, ON – Technology can improve your love life and G4 Canada is offering a special episode of Call for Help with a focus on love just in time for Valentine’s Day.

On Monday, February 13 at 6:00 p.m. ET/PT Call for Help will be airing a one-hour themed program dedicated to the world of love and technology. The special episode will feature segments on how technology has changed the world of love and relationships as we know it.

E-dating – how to find the right mate online
Leo Laporte will review the rules and etiquette for online dating with author of E-dating Secrets by Stephanie Crowley.  Viewers will learn the do's and don’ts of the online dating world, tips on how to attract the RIGHT person and how to filter through potential suitors.

Keep that spark burning – online
Amber MacArthur divulges her five personal tips on how to keep a long distance relationship going using technology. Some highlights include using instant messenger as a flirting tool as well as keeping the romance going by sending personal e-cards. Or better yet, set up an online date over the net using your webcam…the sky’s the limit! expert advice
Lastly Leo interviews Karin Eldor from on how making your partner tech savvy can save your relationship.

G4’s Call for Help is a daily one-hour show designed to help viewers of all knowledge levels from tech savvy to novice get the most out of their technology and keep them up-to-date on all the latest technology news and products. The program features responses to viewer calls and viewer e-mails as well as product demonstrations, fun tech tidbits, breakdowns of tech jargon and updates on the latest trends in technology.


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About G4 in Canada
G4 Canada (formerly TechTV Canada) launched in September 2001. G4 is the one and only television station that is plugged into every dimension of games, gear, gadgets and gigabytes. Owned Rogers Media Inc., the channel airs more than 24 original series. G4 is available on digital cable and satellite. For more information, see