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TVS Television Network Resumes National Barter TV Syndication Service, Which Began in 1960

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TVS Television Network has established a catalog of half hour programs available on barter for broadcast stations to utilize on an ad hoc basis.

EntSun -- TVS Television Network, the fourth oldest commercial broadcast TV network, has returned to it's roots with a comprehensive catalog of programming available on barter to broadcast TV stations. The catalog will be available come September 2021 and consist of both series and specials in music, sports, aad entertainment.

Series available include Distant Replay, TVS Sports Showcase, Boomin' Reunion, and Mari!, an original boxing lifestyle show hosted by former WBC International Middleweight Champion Maricela Cornejo. Each series is 13 episodes and available on a ROS basis.

TVS began syndicated sports, music, and entertainment programming to broadcast TV in 1960. Eventually, the syndication service was fused with NBC to present college basketball in the 1970's and 1980's. After being acquired by All Sports All Day cable network in the 1980's, TVS pivoted to the home video business before returning to broadcast distribution in 2013 with PBA Regional Bowling, World Arm Wrestling Championships, the Nevada Open Golf Tournament, and USA Boxing Championships.

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Since 1960, TVS has syndicated NASL Soccer, WFL Football, IWA Wrestling, World University Games, Major College Bowl Games, LPGA Golf, LPBT Bowling, AIAW Champio
nships, ATP Tennis, as well as Major College Basketball.

All TVS programming is ad supported. TVS Ad Sales.Com, headed by Jerry Wolff, handles TVS sponsorship opportunities. TVS AdSales.Com is located in Atlanta, Miami, New York, and Los Angeles.

TVS presents 40 - 24/7ad supported post cable networks on the WatchYour.TV platform, powered by Tulix.

Contact
Tom Ficara
tvstvnetwork@gmail.com
6619785409


Source: TVS Television Network
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