Henderson, NV, October 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- TV4U.Com, the 48 channel video on demand advertising supported IPTV network, will launch a companion high quality subscription downloading service called TV-4Me.Com.
The service will launch on Friday, December 3.
TV-4Me.Com will offer three categories of classic video. The first, Classic TV Sports, will feature hundreds of the greatest sporting events on TV in the past 60 years. The second, Classic TV Shows, will offer an unheard of 1,000 plus classic TV episodes from the greatest TV shows in history. The third package is an eclectic collection of classic movies from the past century. Cost of a single package is $9.95 monthly for up to three downloads every day. A two package offer is $12.95 monthly and a full TV-4Me.Com package is $14.95 monthly.
“We are constantly asked to offer our TV4U.Com programming on a download basis,” said TV4U CEO Charry Kennedy. “Our viewers want to collect these shows in a high quality and TV-4Me.Com now allows them to do that.”
TV-4Me.Com classic TV shows include many shows from the legendary TVS Television Network. TVS, founded in 1961, is the fourth oldest commercial TV network in the USA.
TV4U, TV-4Me.Com, and the TVS Television Network are all owned by Margate Entertainment LLC, a Henderson, Nevada based independent stand alone content provider.
TVS classic sports include college basketball, college football, Indy Car Racing, LPGA Golf, PGA Golf, LPBA bowling, Alan King Tennis, ATP Tennis, AIAW Championships, and Professional and Amateur Boxing.
TV-4Me.Com Classic TV Shows include episodes of Leave it to Beaver, Mr. Ed, Sea Hunt, Bonanza, Beverly Hillbillies, Andy Griffith Show, Hollywood Palace, Sugarfoot, Wyatt Easp, The Rifleman, Sky King, and hundreds of other classic TV series.
Classic movies include blockbusters from stars like Gary Cooper, Cary Grant, Paul Newman, Marlon Brando, Jimmy Stewart, Sophia Loren, Charlton Heston, Steve McQueen, and Burt Reynolds . Genres include Kung Fu Theater, Sword and Sandal Theater, Western Theater, Drive In Theater, Rock and Roll Theater, and Comedy Theater.