Las Vegas, NV, March 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Sportastic Future Stars is quickly becoming a Saturday morning TV hit on KTUD-TV 25 / Cox Channel 14 in Las Vegas. The showcase for the finest young singing talent in Las Vegas stages another live events on Sunday, March 25 at 1pm at the Havana Grill in Las Vegas. The live show will be produced as TV episodes by the TVS Television Network.
The live show is produced by Steve and Delly Fortgang. Their monthly live showcase is in it's 6th year in Las Vegas and features their students in concert. Steve Fortgang hosts the show for TV and Delly Fortgang is the talent director. Performers on the show range from 5 to 18 years old.
"Steve and Delly Fortgang are the epitome of professionalsim, and we are so pleased to be working with them," said TVS Television Network CEO Tom Ficara. "They run a professional show and their performers are well trained and certainly deserving of a chance to be on TV."
Sportastic Sports Drink is the sponsor of the show. The healthy kids drink in the cool sports bottle has signed on for a 13 week series on KTUD-TV 25 and KSHO TV.Com on TV4U.Com. Sportastic Sports Drink is distributed in Las Vegas by Grand National Distributors.
KTUD-TV 25 in Las Vegas is seen on Cox Cable on Channel 14. Known as "Vegas TV," the independent station specializes in local programming fare such as the Sportastic Future Stars show.
The TVS Television Network, the fourth oldest commercial TV network in the USA, produces and distributes Sportastic Future Stars. In it's 51st year of producing and syndicating TV shows, TVS is also the major producer of TV shows in Las Vegas. TVS currently produces eight different shows from Las Vegas including Sportastic Future Stars on KTUD-TV; This Week at the Italian American Club on KTUD TV 25; Silver Saddle Saloon Boxing From Las Vegas on KHDF-TV 19 / Cox Channel 63; and Silver Saddle Saloon Las Vegas Entertainment Showcase on KHDF-TV 19 / Cox Channel 63.
Weekly sports shows in Las Vegas arm wrestling, motor racing, billiards, and bowling also currently run on KSHO TV.Com and will soon be running on Las Vegas broadcast TV stations.
Over the years, TVS has televised sports events from such Las Vegas area casinos as Caesars Palace, Imperial Palace, Bally's, Silver Nugget, The Plaza, Casa Blanca, Virgin River, Sam's Town, The Showboat, Sunset Station, and Putters Gaming and Grill.
TV4U, TVS, KSHO TV.Com and Grand National Distributors are all owned by Margate Entertainment, the Henderson, Nevada based independent provider of audio, video, and print content.