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Bongo Boy Rock n Roll
BONGO BOY ROCK n' ROLL TV Show Series is like watching MTV when it was cool.
It's a music orientated TV series that educates the viewers about upcoming indie artists and their quest to greater success. The show is dedicated to exposing the arts to new and old fans alike by featuring original music videos, Art, Indie Trailers, and history from different cultures with each new show.
"Sudzin Country" is country and bluegrass music interview shows with a song or two by the artist. Some of the shows teach a country dance in the show. Hosted by Herb Sudzin.
Train Time - Ep119 & Ep120
TRAIN TIME is produced by members of the Great Falls Model Railroad Club of Lewiston/Auburn, Maine. Videographers from the club and their friends record trains from Maine, other New England states, and eastern states as far west as Pennsylvania, Virginia, and California. TRAIN TIME is produced with railroad enthusiasts in mind. Adults and young children who enjoy watching trains are quiet and relaxed as they watch train cab rides, excursions, fall foliage trips, snow scenes, and trains passing through the countryside. Although most programs feature real trains in action, some of the shows are based on model railroading with “How to” clinics and model railroad layouts. This popular program has elicited such comments as: “The only time my children are quiet is when they sit down in the afternoon and watch TRAIN TIME.” “When I get off work in the evening I love to sit down and relax by watching the trains travel through beautiful locations and familiar places
United States Military Bands
Whether you like jazz music, a marching band or orchestra music, the U.S. military has you covered. Each branch of the military boasts a diverse offering of musical talent that serves for ceremonial purposes but also for entertainment and outreach. Check out these bands to stay in tune with military music.
Sally the Zombie Cheerleader's School of Horror - S1 – Ep3 I Eat Your Skin (1971).
Sally the Zombie Cheerleaders' School of Horror is a show hosted by your favorite zombie horror host, Sally the Zombie Cheerleader.
Join Sally as she attempts to explain B and Z films to a fleshie and fiendish class from a zombie's point of view.
Her classroom antics, cohost SkeleKat, and special guest drop-ins artfully create an enjoyable way to watch old favorites, making B and Z films fun.
Creature Features - Ep351 – Night Terror (1977)
Vincent, Tangella and Mr. Livingston host the 21st-century version of Creature Features, the classic San Francisco Bay Area horror-host program made famous by Bob Wilkins in the 70’s and John Stanley in the 80’s. Host Vincent Van Dahl, former frontman for 90’s metal band “Prince of Darkness” retired from music a few years back to pursue a quiet life in Bodega Bay at his newly-acquired home, The Poulter Manor. From this haunted mansion, he is joined by his housemate Tangella and his valet Mr. Livingston to deliver the best guests and the worst movies to the entire Bay Area and around the world.
Style-City Music Presents - The Best Of The Music Industry Underground
"Be sure to tune in to Style-City Music Presents – for nonstop music videos. Cause we’re bringing you some of the best music videos from all over the world. You’ll enjoy A unique blend of Pop, Rock, R&b and other musical styles. with an occasional guest appearance from up and coming recording artists. Be sure to tune in to this channel - Because Style-City Music presents -some of the best from the music industry underground."
A Captains Log - Miscellaneous episodes
A Captain's Log is all things Star Trek. This 25 minute series centers on Star Trek insider news. Show includes reviews of past and current episodes plus interviews with creators, writers, and stars. Join the ambassador to the fans (Star Trek fans), Bryan Kreutz, his animated android, Rogg, and co-host, Lili.
Smart Movie Show
Jen, Max and Vic bring you movie updates each week. Featuring what’s new in theaters, what to watch at home, DVDs and other movie news.
W.O.N's Cartoon Starcade - Ep20
From W.O.N/Jimbo-FailExchange Inc. Productions comes a brand new children's programming block called "W.O.N's Cartoon Starcade". Featuring one hour of cartoons that are public domain or via syndication deals. Cartoons like Little Lulu, Superman, Dick Tracy, The Phantom and more. The cartoon starcade is presented in a format from the 1980s to 2000s and the show's imaging is a nod to the old CBS Saturday Morning Imaging Style Of The 1980s.
Hollywood Makeover - E7
Hollywood Makeover is a nineteen part TV series with E/I content for teenagers.
The shows were created to help teenagers learn about having a career in the film or broadcast industry. Each show is twenty eight minutes and thirty seconds long. There is no commercial content. Each show interviews a person or persons who are presently working in the film making or media broadcasting industry.
The individual shows are hosted by Rachelle McCray and cover such subjects as: lighting for a film, choosing the right camera for a film, mixing and editing music for a broadcast project, working with actors and actresses, choosing the right location, supplying food for your cast and crew, picking out costumes for characters and distributing your independent film project.
W.O.N Theatre - Ep138 – Stagecoach Run (aka Winds of the Wasteland) (1936)
W.O.N Theatre & W.O.N's $9,000 Movie are movie showcase programs produced by W.O.N/Jimbo-FailExchange Inc. Productions, located in Brooklyn, New York City. We have teamed up with production companies like The Fault Line Players, Banger Productions, Patriot Productions, MMP Studios, Cerebral Cinema Productions, and other video/film production companies to present indie, short, and parody films in this series, This movie showcase series' main goal is to showcase and present Independent Films, Short Films, Parody Films, and Classic Public Domain movies from the 1930s to the 1940s with a host in a way that fits today's tv standard but with a nostalgic feel and look to it. The films will range between 30 to 120 minutes. We are looking to have this series become a weekly show and the goal is to attract residents in regional and national markets in the United States.