New York, NY (PRWEB) December 23, 2007
Court TV is scheduled to air back-to-back episodes of its new series, "Tiger Team," on Tuesday December 25, 2007 at 11PM EST. This verite action series follows Tiger Team -- a group of elite professionals hired to infiltrate major business and corporate interests with the objective of exposing weaknesses in the world's most sophisticated security systems -- defeating criminals at their own game.
Tiger Team is comprised of Security Audit Specialists Chris Nickerson, Luke McOmie and Ryan Jones ("Lizzie Borden" of CULT OF THE DEAD COW's Ninja Strike Force) who employ a variety of covert techniques -- electronic, psychological and tactical -- as they take on a new assignment in each episode.
ABOUT COURT TV
Court TV®, a Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. company, provides a window on the American system of justice through distinctive programming that both informs and entertains. Seen in 86 million U.S. homes, Court TV Networks(TM) is comprised of Court TV News(TM), which provides live trial coverage in daytime; Court TV: Seriously Entertaining(TM) in prime time, featuring investigative drama, expert reality and compelling nonfiction series; and Court TV Extra(TM), a subscription Web-based service offering viewers an interactive opportunity to watch multiple live trials on the Internet, while accessing the tremendous resources of Court TV Online(TM). The Court TV Web sites can be accessed via http://www.courttv.com and http://www.courttvnews.com.
ABOUT THE cDc's NINJA STRIKE FORCE
The Ninja Strike Force (NSF) is an international group of artists, programmers, and activists operating under the aegis of CULT OF THE DEAD COW (cDc). NSF members are the best of the best in their chosen fields.
ABOUT CULT OF THE DEAD COW
CULT OF THE DEAD COW (cDc) is the most influential computer underground group in the world. The cDc alumni list reads like a Who's Who of the computer underground and includes a former U.S. presidential adviser on Internet security, among others. This secret society is further distinguished by publishing the longest running e-zine on the Internet [est. 1984], stretching the limits of the First Amendment, and fighting anyone or any government that aspires to limit free speech.