Honky Tonk TV, the country music entertainment and news show which began as a news segment embedded in a daily National TV show, has now grown into its own full length production. The new half hour weekly version of Honky Tonk TV began Nov. 8 via Brighthouse Networks (http://brighthouse.com) and can be found in markets such as Orlando, FL., Tampa, FL., Detriot, MI., Indianpolis, IN., Bakersfield, CA. and Birmingham, AL.
In Dec. the Orlando, FL-based, show will also partner with Hulu.com and begin syndicating to additional markets. Shows can also be viewed at http://honkytonktv.com. For artist booking information or to submit news email email@example.com.
MusicRow Country Breakout Chart Director Jon Freeman will anchor a live segment on Honky Tonk TV talking about what’s making noise in Music City and offering details from the publication’s weekly radio research. Freeman appears live each week via internet video.
“It’s a natural progression for us to work with Brighthouse,” says executive producer, Chris James. “The great thing about being available on demand, is that you can watch our show 24/7 —when ever you like, as many times as you like.”
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