The counterpart to ESCAPE (targeted at women between the ages of 25 and 54 years old), GRIT is for men 25-54.
You will find it at 41.3 in Tulsa, replacing ZUUS (country music video).
GRIT programming is similar to Spike and Esquire on cable.
Another boon for cord-cutters.
I would love to tell you what I had to do to get the Raspberry Pi/Raspbmc updated by ServerWMC with the GRIT and COZI icons (both of which I had to create from Googled images), but I’m afraid you would go to sleep. This link and this link will suffice.
You don’t need to deal with all this to have a good cord-cutting setup. You could do just fine with a Tivo + antenna and a Roku box to watch Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu Plus and YouTube.
If you feel a bit more ambitious, add the Plex Channel to Roku and stream your own content, or use Windows Media Center instead of Tivo.
An XBMC-based box like the Raspberry Pi might be a hassle if you don’t care for the nitty-gritty of technical detail and troubleshooting. RaspBMC requires a lot of tweaking and futzing around. (Later note: XBMC has been renamed “Kodi”)
(“‘Futzing around’ is unstructured, playful, often experimental interaction between a human being and a computer, product, or any technology, sometimes but not always with a productive purpose in mind. Futzing can be pure play, learning by trying, or an attempt to achieve breakthrough insights.”)