The ONME Network has expanded its viewership to TV dongles for use throughout the Valley
(FRESNO, CA) – Tis the season to get it right – The ONME Network has finally scored an idea to leverage its Central Valley and online urban audiences using coffee shops, live streaming TV, and branded TV dongles.
As YouTube surges as the number one video platform for content producers and owners, the crest of television remains dominant in households across the nation, leaving these producers as lurking outsiders waiting for a chaotic boom.
The transition period of offline -TV watching to online-TV watching is a slow trend that has no expiration date; instead The ONME Network found a way to mesh the two in one via TV dongle, “The AMPTV-LUX, allowing viewers to see content 24 hours a day, seven days a week by simply attaching the plug and play device into the back of the TV—while not interrupting the viewer’s current cable TV set-up.
With the overall television industry focus on hyper-local programming via television and online programming, The ONME Network is looking forward to providing online viewers and the at-home audience quality live programming from throughout the Central Valley.
Most of the network’s current national programming is provided by its mother network, AMPTV; meanwhile, The ONME Network continues to grow its Central Valley programming, adding new daily morning show, WE Up! featuring veteran comedian Feather Da-Wyz and news expert Julia Dudley
Najieb; Grow Your Money with financial experts Viva Straughter and Terry Lamb, along with the continued successful national, Fresno-grown online TV and radio show, Valley Black Talk Radio.
In January 2017 another new edition to the lineup includes show, Life Experience with experienced life coach, who also has an extensive ministerial background, George Straughter.
The ONME Network has also created alliances and satellite locations in Bakersfield, Hanford, and Merced areas to be included on the network starting in the winter season.
So why a coffee shop in a talk show studio format?
It’s all part of the hyper-local feel to bring in the audience.
The owners of AMPTV are also owners of a locally hidden coffee shop over the past two years, who were looking for ways to reinvent their branding and marketing strategies to derive a customer base that can afford extra for coffee.
Looking at the promise of filming live quality shows to bring in a hungry and thirsty
viewing audience, the coffee shop talk-show format is one method they intend to
explore this fall and winter seasons. In fact, AMPTV also saw it as a way for other resembling business models in other cities to do the same – thus The ONME Network continues to grow partners among other struggling urban business cafes desiring more foot traffic, by allowing the filming of live shows with an engaged audience.
The concept is there, and now the trial begins.
Other Central Valley cities are welcoming the thought; The ONME Network plans on using this model with its affiliates throughout California.
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