“Let The Truth Be Told!” The J. R. Perry Show Vintage Vault TV was born in the mid 1980’s and was broadcasted out of Studio City, CA. During that time the show focused on topics of interest to the community. J. R. was one of the early pioneers of “INFOTAINMENT,” an entertaining way of delivering news and information.
J. R. interviewed community and civil service leaders who shed some light on what goes on inside the board rooms in corporate America. In addition, J. R. Perry always ended his show with some of the top entertainers during that time including musical artists and personalities.
The J. R. Perry Show Vintage Vault TV will broadcast vintage footage of some of your favorites such as actress Marla Gibbs (The Jeffersons), Rose Royce, The Commodores, M.C. Hammer, Dick Griffey (SOLAR Records), The Brothers Johnson and a host of entertainment and music “power brokers.”
Become A Sponsor
Television advertising combines sound and moving images and is one of the most effective way of reaching a wide audience in 30 seconds. The J. R. Perry Show Vintage Vault TV show will be the new platform for black business owners to use this portal to reach a target audience to sell your products and services and to keep the dollars recycling in our community.
Leverage The J. R. Perry Show Vintage Vault TV and purchase advertising to get your message out to the masses. The show will be broadcast on a variety of platforms to give your message maximum exposure. Your ad will be locked into the show for the life of the show, which will be aired on a variety of platforms around the clock and worldwide.
Internet and digital advertising is a cost-effective way of advertising, especially to younger audiences. The show will air this month, October 2017, on Saturday from 1:00 am – 1:30 am PST on Las Vegas television. The show already has a list of impressive sponsors including Facebook, Twitter, Lee Bailey’sEURweb.com, Ebony, Soul Tracks, Black Men In America.com, Black Image Magazine and more.
Get in on the ground floor now before the price goes up. A 30-second ad will cost $500.00.