Bakersfield, CA, August 01, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- TVS TV Networks.Com has added five TVS40 Micro Channels, each featuring a decade of the first 40 years of commercial broadcast TV in the USA. The free to view, ad supported, video on demand direct to consumer post cable network features top classic TV shows from each era.
TVS40 - 1940's covers shows that began in the 1940's, including the seminal Ed Wynn Show, the first network show based in Hollywood. The Buster Keaton Show, Howdy Doody, Rocky King Detective, The Lone Ranger, Life of Riley (starring Jackie Gleason), and Follow That Man are included to date.
TVS 40- 1950's covers shows from the first full decade on television, including Medic, Four Star Theater, Loretta Young, Pinky Lee, Red Skelton, Make Room For Daddy, Sky King, Jack Benny, Superman, and Queen For a Day.
TVS40- 1960's classic TV offerings include The Lucy Show, Dick Van Dyke, Doris Day, The Rifleman, Combat, Thriller, Bonanza, Petticoat Junction, Joan Rivers, Beverly Hillbillies, and Andy Griffith
TVS40- 1970's shows include Lola Falana, Johnny Cash, Barbary Coast, Branded,
Doris Day Special, and IWA Wrestling.
TVS40- 1980's Channel includes 1st and Ten and Tubs Star Theater, a collection of Movie of the Week titles that featured top TV stars taking a turn at starring in movies.
TVS Classic Sports events and Video Techniques Classic sports events from the TVS library are also featured in their respective decades.
All TVS programming is free to view and advertising supported, and has been for 58 years, since the company's founding in 1960. TVS Ad Sales.Com headed by Jerry Wolff, creates advertising and marketing opportunities for major national advertisers as well as national companies seeking to enter the national advertising arena.
TVS Television Network.Com is located in the greater Los Angeles area. TVS Ad Sales.Com is located in Miami and New York. TVS Magazines.Com is located in Atlanta. TVS Radio Network.Com is located in Las Vegas.