"The Acoustic Lunch Hour" and "Love on a Sunday" will continue from Marianna, Florida on new sets, at least one of which will be from the new studio location. "The TMI Show" will continue from Atlanta, Georgia and "The Jericho Hour" featuring show host Jeremy Smith should continue from Stockbridge, Georgia. Dirty South TV is actively seeking dozens of new shows to add to the lineup.
A representative of Dirty South TV asserts, "If Ted Turner can build what he built, and Tyler Perry can build what he is trying to build--then we should be able to create a broadcast empire that will bring and keep money flowing through Jackson and Bay counties in Florida for decades to come. Spring Break is a very welcome boost to the local economy in Bay County, but that only accounts for two months of the year. We're going to help change that. Atlanta 'was' the new 'go to' place for shooting major motion picture films and broadcast TV films and TV shows--starting next year Jackson County, Florida and Bay County, Florida will show the world what they have to offer."
To help accomplish this monumental task, Dirty South TV has joined its sister company--Liz Lee Media. Taking the strengths of both companies and placing them in a dream landscape setting should help expedite their mission. It all starts with the unincorporated 'forestry type' areas and sugar-sand beaches, and works its way around the South from there.
At this time Dirty South TV's website (https://www.dirtysouthtv.com) is undergoing a huge makeover to grow from music television and accommodate general media, news and TV from all over the South to begin with. The current website is still up with most features still functioning. All new media and news articles are only being written to the new website, which should be unveiled sometime in February 2012.
Dirty South TV looks forward to releasing more information on this topic soon!