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GOTV Offers a New Vision in Entertainment for St. Louis
Featuring original programming, documentaries and films, GOTV also boasts the largest independent made-for-television music format in the world. A full lineup of their programming scheduled will be available soon at gotvstlouis.com.
With GOTV's access to the metro area and upcoming expansion into major markets, YouTube is no longer the only way for up and coming artists to get their work in front of an audience. Their plans to expand to Atlanta and LA in September and Dallas in January of 2017 offers incredible exposure for both advertisers and artists. GOTV is the combined vision of St. Louisans Robert Owens and Darnell West.
A highlight of GOTV's programming is its partnership national personalities. Multi-platinum hip-hop artist Chingy is producing "Put Me On," a music video program that allows musicians to upload their videos directly to mygotvmusic.com (http://mygotvmusic.com/
Original GOTV content includes programs such as: The Loop, a fictional sitcom to be filmed in The Delmar Loop by award-winning filmmaker Dan Byington with area actors, writers and producers, including students from Webster University; Brain Dead and Cooking, a cooking show from Pirate Pictures featuring acclaimed St. Louis chefs and their kitchen tips for a busy lifestyle; the suspense series "Sunshine," a modern-day Scarface set in St. Louis with a female lead, is being produced by House of Values Productions;
The channel's commitment to cultivating the best in local talent, allows area filmmakers a venue to showcase their work to untapped audiences. These selections will include award-winning films by Dan Byington including his documentary Radio Free St. Louis and Paul Wendell's dark drama Bedlam Street.
Stay connected to GOTV's ever expanding lineup by visiting gotvstlouis.com (http://www.gotvstlouis.com/