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That’s So Vegas! TV Moves to the Famous Las Vegas Arts District

In That's So Vegas! TV by Christine McKellar

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Popular Talk Show Host Relocates to New Studio and New Broadcast Network

Following a very successful startup year with the WCOBM (World Center of Broadcast Media) Network, That’s So Vegas entertainment TV talk show is moving to an office suite and studio in the famous Las Vegas Arts District near Charleston Blvd and I-15. Hosted and produced by author/blogger Christine McKellar, the show is being condensed into a new half-hour format with a minimum of advertisements.

“After a series of repeatedly disastrous experiences with Cox Cable TV when I premiered That’s So Vegas over a year ago, WCOBM was a great place for me to proceed with the show and not give up on my dream,” said McKellar. “I’d been aware for several years that the Internet was the future for broadcast media. WCOBM offered me a unique streaming platform and a state of the art production studio.”

According to McKellar, the decision to move into an office/studio suite was one of necessity. “I’m booking such great guests on the show that I wanted to provide more than just a basic studio. I can now offer a dressing room as well as a relaxing pre-show environment and refreshments. The show also has been streamlined from a one-hour format to a half-hour format with a minimum of commercial interruptions.”

McKellar has partnered with a new Las Vegas-dedicated television network, the Las Vegas TV Network, to broadcast her updated show. “The Las Vegas TV Network is dedicated, as am I, to all things Vegas. It’s now as easy as one-two-three to find and watch all of That’s So Vegas episodes. With a Roku device, you simply scroll to ‘streaming channels’, then click on ‘new’, and scroll again to the Las Vegas TV Network. In essence, That’s So Vegas TV will have its own channel on the network.”

The new Las Vegas network is broadcast worldwide, says McKellar. ‘I’m already impressed with the viewership analytics considering the network has only been active for a little over a month.” McKellar will continue to market That’s So Vegas! via popular social media platforms. “Social media has been good to me. I’ve made so many contacts and friends via Face Book, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Google+. I also have plans to advertise the show in the spring via a billboard on Paradise Road, across from the Hard Rock Hotel, where at least 66,000 cars drive by daily.”

The new That’s So Vegas! studio features state of the art camera equipment and a creative editing team. “We can provide creative and technical expertise to advertisers who need production for commercials. We’re actively seeking sponsors and we’ve developed a very attractive multi-media marketing platform for our clients,” said McKellar. “As always, our guests are considered as royalty on the set,” she added.

Individual episodes will be filmed each Monday at the new facility for distribution throughout the week.

For booking requests and media information please contact Christine McKellar at 702.328.8157 or by email at mckellarcl@aol.com.

For the latest Las Vegas entertainment updates and past episodes of That’s So Vegas TV, please visit www.vegasonlyentertainment.com

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ABOUT VOE: VegasOnlyEntertainment has been published by 860degree Media (Christine McKellar) for over six years and features all the latest weekly Vegas entertainment updates with “Brett’s Vegas View” contributed by Jackie Brett, food and beverage tidbits by Les Kincaid and other chefs and imbibers, feature stories about Vegas entertainers and events, a “Vegas Only Bookstore” for local authors and those who write about Las Vegas and Nevada, and weekly episodes of the lively Vegas-dedicated entertainment TV talk show, That’s So Vegas!

ABOUT TSVTV: That’s So Vegas is an offshoot of VOE featuring Las Vegas lifestyles and entertainment. The show aired live each Wednesday from 2-3 p.m. at the WCOBM Network from August 2015 to October 2016. TSV TV has relocated to a private office/studio in the famous Las Vegas Arts District and airs on the Las Vegas TV Network and social media platforms. The show has been streamlined into a half hour format with a minimum of commercial interruptions

ABOUT CHRISTINE MCKELLAR: Reporter, editor, Orange County, Huntington Beach, CA/ PR Director, Newport Beach, CA/marketing assistant, Circus Circus Las Vegas/freelance writer for sailing magazines, Mexico and Hawaii/ media buyer, Las Vegas/ author and lecturer, Princess Cruises/ freelance writer Las Vegas Woman Magazine, Las Vegas Bride Magazine, Las Vegas CityLife, Las Vegas Mercury/ founder and director of Las Vegas Fine Arts Salon nonprofit org, Las Vegas/ publisher VegasOnlyEntertainment.com blog/Las Vegas, host and executive producer, That’s So Vegas! TV, Las Vegas.

TSVTV GUESTS: Terry Fator and Angie Fiore Fator, Frankie Scinta, Anthony Cools, Branden Powers, Craig Cantor, Jennifer Romas, beauty expert Heather Marianna, HEXX Chef Matthew Piekarski, db Brasserie Executive Chef Vincent Pouessel, db Brasserie Pastry Chef Robyn Lucas, opera diva Demetra George, political activist Christine DeCorte, pet psychic Sarah Stone, Mystic Mona, The Tommy Lama, Tony Sacca, The Pioneer Inn Sheckells family, renown Playboy photographer David Mecey, Greg Korin (Evil Dead co-producer), Murray Sawchuck, The Shocker, Douglas (Lefty) Leferovitch, Kevin Burke (Defending the Caveman), Dondino, Tommy Wind, magicians Raja and Jarret, the Aussie Hunks, author Jeff Burbank, and The Bronx Wanderers.