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Disney’s Camp Rock to air on Disney Channel US

MUMBAI: Disney Channel’s original movie Camp Rock will make its television debut on 20 June at 8 pm (ET/PT) on Disney Channel.


Camp Rock will also be showcased on several other channels and platforms.


The movie, directed by Matthew Diamond, has been co-written by Regina Hicks (Girlfriends), Karin Gist (Disney Channel‘s Jump In!), Julie Brown (Medusa Dare to be Truthful) and Paul Brown.



Disney Channels Worldwide president Rich Ross said, "We‘re thrilled to give Camp Rock the premiere it deserves at the Ziegfeld Theatre and to showcase the great talent of our cast and creative team. Millions of kids connect with our original movies every night, and Camp Rock is one that no doubt will follow in that tradition."


The global premiere schedule is as follows:


*Tuesday, 17 June – Camp Rock on-demand preview begins on Disney Channel on Demand, a video-on-demand service available to Cablevision iO Digital Cable, Time Warner and Verizon FiOS TV customers.


*Friday, 20 June (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) – Camp Rock premieres on Disney Channel U.S. with an audio simulcast on Radio Disney and a video simulcast on Sprint. The movie will also premiere on Family Channel in Canada, VRAK.TV in Quebec and MobiTV devices.


*Saturday, 21 June (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) – Premiere on the ABC Television Network.


*Sunday, 22 June (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) – Premiere on ABC Family.


*Monday, 23 June (8:00 p.m., ET/PT) – Premiere on Disney.com in DXD.


*July - Premiere on Disney Channels Latin America (dates to be announced).


*Tuesday, 19 August – Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment releases Camp Rock on DVD, with exclusive bonus features, in the U.S. and Latin America. It releases around the world beginning in November.


*August – Premiere on Disney Channel Japan (dates to be announced).


*September – Premiere on Disney Channels UK, India, Southeast Asia, Korea, Taiwan, Spain, Portugal, Germany, France, Italy, Australia and New Zealand (dates to be announced).


*October -- Premiere on Disney Channels Scandinavia (dates to be announced)


Camp Rock is the story of a talented yet unsure teen who yearns to share her songs with the world. It is also the story of a tempestuous young superstar who has lost his passion for music and is sent packing by his band mates. Together, at a camp (for aspiring young music artists), they learn to believe in themselves and to value the freedom to be "who they really want to be."

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