Henderson, NV, February 12, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- TV4U has launched twelve classic magazines in an E Magazine format, and grouped them under their TV4U Magazines.Com banner. The magazines are designed to complement the TV4U.Com 48 channel IPTV network, which presents 63 years of classic television programming spanning the entire history of commercial television in the USA.
TV4U Magazines.Com presents SPORT Magazine, Bowling Illustrated, Boxing Illustrated, Car and Track, Lets Play Golf, and Basketball Illustrated among their sports titles. Non sports fare includes Holiday Magazine, The National Jewish Reporter, Silver Screen, Pet Parade, Front Page Detective, and 1000 Jokes Magazine.
TV4U has appointed veteran newspaper editor Arthur Bloberger as the editor of the TV4U Magazines. Bloberger was the final editor of the Las Vegas Jewish Reporter.
"We are delighted to be able to attract a person with the talent, the experience, the wisdom, and the character of Arthur Bloberger," said TV4U Magazines Publisher Tom Ficara. "Many of these magazines have a significant historical significance, and it is important that they are sheparded into this new internet age by a person who recognizes the gravity and excitement of that mission."
The new magazine format for TV4U Magazines combines text, photos, audio, and video in a way that pays homage to the past while utiliing today's technical innovations. The magazines are specifically designed for the baby boomer audience, and to complement the TV4U 48 channel IPTV network.
TV4U.Com and TV4U Magazines.Com are owned by Margate Entertainment, a stand alone independent content provider of text, photos, audio, and video. Margate Entertainment is based in Henderson, Nevada.