Pulse (TV series)
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Pulse is a prerecorded weekly news show that focused on the gaming industry that ran on cable TV channel G4. Originally hosted by Ronilyn Reilly and Jim Downs before co-anchor Patrick Clark took over. Kevin Pereira briefly served as co-host when Reilly left the show. Pereira was then replaced with Amanda MacKay. In November 2004, along with other G4techTV programs, the show was cancelled. News segments were merged with revamped version of The Screen Savers (later Attack of the Show), though eventually those duties were taken over by the editorial staff of X-Play.
Patrick Clark - Was an anchor with the network originally with Ronilyn Reilly. He was on the show all the way to the end, when he and coanchor Amanda MacKay were laid off after the show was cancelled.
Ronilyn Reilly - Was an anchor with the network originally with Patrick Clark. She left the show early in 2004 to move on to other projects.
Kevin Pereira - Briefly served as an anchor after Ronilyn Reilly left. When Amanda MacKay was hired as a permanent replacement in spring 2004, he remained on the show as a correspondent until the show ended. He moved on to The Screen Savers as it became Attack of the Show. He's the only Pulse host still with G4.
Amanda MacKay - Hired as a permanent replacement for Ronilyn Reilly as an anchor in spring 2004. She and coanchor Patrick Clark were laid off after the show was cancelled.
Jim Downs - Producer of Pulse and a number of other G4 shows. He would occasionally fill in as anchor when one of the two anchors was out. He also occasionally worked as a correspondent. He moved on to produce The Screen Savers and continued with the show as it became Attack of the Show. In February 2007, he left G4. He died in 2016.