Global Entertainment Technology's Dain L. Schult Announces Addition of Texas Eagle Format
GET CEO, Dain L. Schult, remarked, "Texas is a whole 'nother country unto itself when it comes to Country music because of the diversity of musical elements such as Swing, Country and Western, Blues and even Tejano – all of which makes Texas Country music separate and distinct from other formats.
"GET's planned American Internet & Radio division will feature Texas Eagle on both its planned Terrestrial and Internet radio stations. The format will also be available for syndication through Amerirep, GET's media rep and syndication division to other radio station across the country and even internationally as there is enduring interest around the world about all things Texas and that's what this format is all about.
"Texas Eagle", will be a separate and distinct Country format from the Company's other Country music formats. As with all GET/AIR formats it will contain a larger music library basis than competing formats insuring against repetition or listener burnout."
GET will conduct a search to locate the necessary programming and air talent for future employment to handle the format. Anyone who would like to participate with us in this area is welcome to contact the Company. In formatic development, the Company may find outside programming and air talent that will provide additional creative ideas custom craft this format.
Any broadcasters interested in possibly contributing to the Texas Eagle programming and would like more information about the format concepts, contact Dain L. Schult, GET's Chief Executive Officer at email@example.com
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Global Entertainment Technology, Inc.
Dain L. Schult, CEO