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Joe Nichols: My Military Diary Scores One Million Plus Viewers
   GAC Set For Multiple Re-Airings In December And January
Nashville, TN  December 18, 2009 --  If you missed the first airing of the GAC Television special Joe Nichols: My Military Diary, the network  has plans for multiple rebroadcasts in the coming weeks.  Viewers can watch the touching special on Christmas Day (9:30 pm EST), as well as December 26th (1:30 a.m and 11:00 am EST) and January 12, 2010 (9:00 pm EST).
The documentary style special was shot earlier this year when Nichols toured US military bases in Kuwait and Iraq. The initial airings of the special were viewed by more than one million people and drew solid ratings for the network.
"Getting to meet our men and women in uniform and hear their stories was an incredible experience for me," Nichols said. "I think this television special really drives home the point of what they're going through over there, so far away from home and family."
Nichols will take the holiday to spend time with his own family, and hit the road again in 2010.  His new single, the driving, up-tempo "Gimmie That Girl," has already cracked the Top 30 of the charts and shows no sign of slowing down.


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