TVS Global Media Launches the Capehart Music Treasury on Audio and Video
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A century of American popular music is being presented on CDs and streaming audio via direct response, catalog, streaming, and hard good distributors.

CALIFORNIA CITY, Calif. - eMusicWire -- The Capehart Music Treasury, a collection of more than 10,000 tracks of classic popular music, is now being packaged and distributed on streaming and CD versions on a worldwide basis. In addition, TV programs related to the music are being produced to promote the music on broadcast, cable, mobile, IPTV, and OTT platforms.

These shows include Senior Prom, Midnight Refrain, Stardust Ballroom, Boomin' Reunion, and Jumpstreet!  Music in the programs includes live performances by  Chris Montez, Mark Lindsay, Mitch Ryder, Chuck Jackson, Jean Knight, Brian Hyland,  Lou Christie, and dozens such top music artists of the 20th Century.

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Capehart Music Treasury releases include artists from the Roaring 20's through the Rock & Roll era.  Artists in the package include Bobby Sherman, Charlie Parker, Jesse Belvin, Engelbart Humperdinck,  Del Shannon,  Brook Benton, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Sammy Davis, and hundreds more.

Capehart Music Treasury releases are in two categories. One comes from the TVS Music Catalog of 10,000 classic music tracks from more than 50 labels. The second is new productions of classic 20th Century Music from the TVS studios in California.

TVS Global Media was formed in 1972 as Continental Communications. It created the first cable TV network, and then branched out into broadcast, cable, home video, and music divisions after acquiring the TVS Television Network and 56 classic record labels.

TVS Television Network currently produces and distributes 40 -  24/7 streaming post cable networks on the WatchYour.TV platform, powered by Tulix.

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Source: TVS Television Network
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