Behind the Scenes: Scott’s Interview with the Las Vegas Review-Journal: There was more to it than the 1100 words in print. HAVE A DRINK ON ME.
World-wide Audience Includes 150 Countries and All 50 States
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – May 25, 2016 — The VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK®, the first and most respected live online broadcasting network in Las Vegas, today announced it has produced ONE THOUSAND (1,000) LIVE, multi-camera broadcasts. Theses live broadcasts have been viewed 427,000 times by a world-wide audience which includes 150 countries and all 50 states.
The network accomplished this milestone by way of 20+ highly curated shows with themes including lifestyle, food, sports, comedy, entertainment, advice, and business.
Shortly after each live broadcast is completed, the episode is made available on-demand in both audio and video formats. As a result, the network has produced 2,000 podcast episodes. Accordingly, PodWorx, Inc., the parent company of the Vegas Video Network, is Nevada’s most experienced live streaming broadcaster and podcast producer.
Other Significant Milestones
- The Vegas Video Network YouTube channel has delivered 1,010,600+ video views. This is significant given the length of VVN videos, which are typically no less than 30 minutes long.
- The network’s Roku channel has over 72,000 subscribers.
- The Vegas Video Network website has an average of 73,200 website visits per month.
The VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK live streaming page can be found at http://VegasVideoNetwork.com/LIVE.
About the VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK, LLC
The VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK® is the first and most respected online broadcasting network which specializes in insider news and expert views from Las Vegas locals to our neighbors and the world. We develop and produce all-original programming that is predicated on input and participation from our fan base. We are especially close to our worldwide audience because we focus on two key principles — approachability and authenticity. The VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK is a YouTube Partner, available on iTunes, Roku, Livestream, Stitcher, Tunein, Google TV, Apple TV, Google Play, Facebook, and Twitter. The network is owned and operated by PodWorx, Inc., an Internet broadcasting company that specializes in podcasts, Web TV, and live streaming video productions.
Living in Las Vegas 10-Year Anniversary Show. Melissa Returns. A special Listener Email. Scott Explains. Vegas’ Effect on Brett’s Palate (a demonstration). Real Quick Stories (RQS): Review-Journal Article featuring LiLV, Jagged Little Pill Giveaway, Wine Country. Have a Drink on Me. Show notes:
Have a Drink on ME!
Guess the NAME OF THE BAR where Scott took this picture. One random winner will be selected from all the correct answers. Hints included in episode. Winner receives a drink from Scott OR a GROOVY CD OR a Vegas Video Network visor!
** Send your answer to [email protected] **
WINNER: Rob Cole
LOCATION: Vista Lounge (Caesars)
- LiLV Stuff
- Living in Las Vegas 10-Year Anniversary
- Melissa Returns
- A Special Listener Email
- Scott Explains
- Vegas’ Effect on Brett’s Palate (a demonstration)
- Real Quick Stories (RQS): Review-Journal Article featuring LiLV, Jagged Little Pill Giveaway, Wine Country
- Have a Drink on Me
Living in Las Vegas 10 Year Anniversary Show. Melissa Returns. A special Listener Email. Scott Explains. Vegas’ Effect on Brett’s Palate (a demonstration). Real Quick Stories (RQS): Review-Journal Article featuring LiLV, Jagged Little Pill Giveaway, Wine Country. Have a Drink on Me. Show notes:
We were excited to see Michael Lyle’s Las Vegas Review-Journal article, “Spreading the news and views – Podcasts offer another medium for telling people about Las Vegas”, on the front page of this past Sunday’s LIFE section (1/10/16).
The article opened with a story about Scott Whitney’s 2005 Halloween costume – he dressed as a “podcast” – and continued with quite a bit of information about the Living in Las Vegas podcast, along with several other podcasts about Las Vegas (Downtown Podcast, Five Hundy by Midnight, and Vegas Fanboy).
Here’s a link to a PDF of the article (it’s not up on the lvrj.com website at the moment.)
Just got the link to the RJ Article.