Henderson, NV, December 19, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- TV4U.Com, the 42 channel classic tv shows online network, has agreed with Diamond Billiards Products, Inc. and the Silver Nugget Casino in N Las Vegas to produce five different pool series in 2009. The shows will be produced utilizing the New Tek Tri Caster, enabling TV4U to produce network quality, 6 camera coverage of the events at an economical price.
TV4U.Com is already producing several bowling TV shows and boxing TV shows for their free classic tv venture. Both shows are being shot at the Silver Nugget Casino with the New Tek TriCaster.
The new shows will each have 13 episodes produced in 2009 at the Silver Nugget Casino, located on the northern end of the famed Las Vegas Strip. They include King of the Hill Pool, Queen of the Hill Pool, Celebrity Pool, Make That Shot, and Jackpot Pool.
The shows will be shot on Diamond Pool Tables, the top professional pool table and the one used in almost all of the major USA pool events. The pool table will be located within the Silver Nugget Bowling Center, the TV home of Make That Spare, Jackpot Bowling, Challenge Cup Bowling, Celebrity Bowling, and LPBT Bowling.
Shows will be produced and distributed by the TVS Television Network, the fourth oldest commercial network in the USA. Founded in 1961 by Eddie Einhorn, TVS has produced many billiards events over the past five decades. Both TV4U and TVS are owned by Margate Entertainment LLC, based in Henderson, Nevada.
“Thanks to the New Tek TriCaster, we are able to shoot a six camera show that is network quality,” said TV4U CEO Charry Kennedy. “Using the New Tek TriCaster, we can now make a whole series of pool shows for the cost it used to take to make just one or two episodes.”
While TV4U.Com presently mostly classic tv shows online, it also produces new shows that reflect the free classic tv from the first 60 years of television. Classic tv online has become a staple for the baby boomers to watch, a throwback to television of their youth. TV4U.Com currently presents more than 3,000 classic TV shows from the past 60 years of television, on ad ad supported free internet video on demand basis.