Defendant Ordered to Pay Maximum Amount Allowed in Small Claims Lawsuit
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – August 3, 2012 — PodWorx, Inc., the parent company of Vegas Video Network, LLC today announced a default judgment in Small Claims court against Rick Singer, host and executive producer of Vegas TV’s Let’s Talk News Now (LTNN). The suit was brought against Mr. Singer for failure pay for LTNN episodes produced by the company from May through April of this year. As outlined by the judgment, Mr. Singer is ordered to pay PodWorx, Inc. the maximum amount allowed in a small claims lawsuit ($7500), plus court costs. (The company no longer produces shows for Mr. Singer.)
Because the process of filing a lawsuit against those who fails to pay money owed can be very intimidating to the people in Las Vegas (and beyond) who have been harmed by this type of behavior, the Tuesday, August 7th LIVE broadcast of Living in Las Vegas will walk the audience through the process of filing a Small Claims lawsuit in Clark County. The show will begin at 6:00pm PDT and can be found at http://VegasVideoNetwork.com/LIVE. Video and audio-on-demand versions of the broadcast will be available on the VegasVideoNetwork.com website soon thereafter.
** UPDATE **
It has been brought to the attention of this company that Rick Singer is an “aka” for a person named Richard Senninger. We have learned that Mr. Senninger has a long and disturbing history as is highlighted by two websites: Black and Right and Rick the Con Man. We continue to pursue legal action against Mr. Senninger.
About VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK, LLC
The VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK® is the first and only online LIVE broadcasting and media network that specializes in a behind-the-scenes look at insider news and expert views about Las Vegas. Most programming is broadcast live from our eleven-camera capable, all HD studios, just steps from the Las Vegas Strip. The VEGAS VIDEO NETWORK is a YouTube Partner, available on iTunes, Livestream, Facebook, Twitter and Roku, and can be heard on AM 1400 KSHP. The network is owned and operated by PodWorx, Inc., an Internet broadcasting company that specializes in podcasts, Web TV, and live streaming video productions.
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I worked for him in Orlando. It was a clusterf***k