TVS Television Network Opens Network Operations Center in Bullhead City Arizona

TVS, the fourth oldest commercial broadcast television network, has opened a network operations center in Bullhead City, Arizona. The center will serve as the technical hub to distribute 72 TVS Micro Channels, 16 TV 24/7 streaming channels, 48 TVS Radio Channels, and 16 TVS E Magazines.

Bullhead City, AZ, April 16, 2019 --( TVS Television Network, founded in 1960 as the leading independent broadcast TV distributor in the USA, has opened the TVS Network Center in Bullhead City, AZ. The distribution center will host video, audio, and text distribution of TVS programming for internet streaming as well as to radio stations, television stations, and cable TV outlets.

TVS currently programs 72 TVS Micro Channels, an ad supported video on demand internet service via Daily Motion. TVS also programs 48 TVS Radio Channels via Spreaker and TVS 24/7 streaming channels via GinikoUSA. All of this distribution is now based in the TVS facilities in the Colorado Place complex located in Bullhead City, AZ.

TVS will also extensively use the casinos located in nearby Laughlin, Nevada for program locations as well as a studio in Colorado Place in Bullhead City. TVS has produced programminjg from more than 30 casinos across the USA. Currently, TVS produces 250 new programs yearly as well as utilizing it's 10,000 title classic TV library.

TVS was founded in 1960 to produce and distribute an independent network of TV stations showing collegiate basketball. It became the number one independent TV network in the USA in the 1960's, 70's and 80's, also producing major college football bowl games, championship boxing, championship tennis, championship rodeo, LPGA and Senior PGA Golf, NASCAR and Indy Car Racing, LPBT Bowling, IWA Wrestling, and the World Football League.

TVS also operates a music studio in Bakersfield; the TVS studio ranch in Cantil, CA; TVS Radio Network in Las Vegas; TVS Magazines in Atlanta; and TVS Ad Sales in Miami and New York.
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Tom Ficara