"The Dog House" hosts JV and Elvis welcome psychic Sherry Sherry to their show which is now being broadcast via the internet. JV and Elvis formerly of CBS, Clear Channel and New York 92.3 Free FM, are now broadcasting their wildly popular show via the internet.
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The Dog House, JV and Elvis will be joined by psychic Sherry Sherry on Tuesday, May 6, 2008 at 12 noon PDT. Devoted JV and Elvis fans will get the opportunity to call in to The Dog House and talk with psychic Sherry Sherry on the air.
While well known in the broadcasting industry, and around the country as one of the very best professional psychics, Sherry is probably best known for the 3 years that she has enchanted and amazed XM radio listeners on Broad Minded (XM channel 155 - Take 5) with her accuracy and in depth insights. Many listeners regularly write in or call back to report the accuracy in her predictions. Psychic Sherry Sherry's accurate predictions have also been reported in The National Journal by editor Randy Barret, when she (very) accurately predicted the 2006 election results including the 50/50 split in the Senate that would come down to vote counting in one state (Virginia). Her accurate predictions for the 2006 World Series were reported in USA Today, USA Today Sports Weekly, The Washington Post and by (MLB) announcer Buck Martinez.
JV, Elvis and "The Dog House" have been a top rated (and sometimes controversial) radio talk show for over 14 years, located in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. In 2008, JV and Elvis decided to take the Dog House ONLINE, using the latest technology to entertain their legions of fans.
See the information below to learn more about their online broadcasting venture.
The Dog House is an American radio talk show co-hosted by JV (Jeff Vandergrift) and Elvis (Dan Lay). Until 2007, the show was based in New York City on 92.3 Free FM, and previously aired on Clear Channel's Wild 94.9 in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 2007, the New York show was canceled, due to a controversy over a segment that it aired involving a prank call to a Chinese restaurant. The co-hosts and the producer were subsequently fired by the station and CBS Radio. In March 2008, they began broadcasting a new show via the web.
__________________________________________________________________From JV and Elvis to their Fans:
Hello Friends, This is your official invite to join The Doghouse as we set a new trend in broadcasting. We have just signed a major deal with a company that dominates the internet when it comes to delivering Rich Media. We have always thought of ourselves as more than just "radio guys"...we are entertainers.
Now we will have the opportunity to broadcast Multimedia...that means combining Radio, TV, and the Net, and presenting content in ways that have never been done. We will also deliver LIVE EVENTS and EVENTS ON DEMAND.
We all know that the Internet is the future, not only for broadcasting, but for all entertainment. Last year, when regular Radio saw its worst year ever in terms of audience listenership and ad revenue, the internet exploded yet again. Analysts predict that radio will never return to what it once was.
The Internet has now become THE PRIMARY PLACE that people go to get their "daily fix" of entertainment. It's where they go for videos, celebrity gossip, music, uncensored and non-FCC controlled radio, and now TV. Yes, it is estimated that more than 45% of people now watch TV online.
The bottom line is...we have broadcast our show on regular Radio for many years. We were one of the major success stories that set records in our field. But regular Radio is no longer an outlet for talent that wants to broaden it's horizons or speak freely to it's audience. It's time for a new chapter.
Listen. Watch. Experience Multimedia Broadcasting.
The Dog house will do a show together at 8AM (PST). Elvis will do a solo show at 2PM. And JV will do a solo show at 7PM (PST). In the future we will add more talent to our network. And we will broadcast multiple channels, as part of our new deal with Blinko TV is to scout and develop programming.
I hope you will join us as we explore and create in this new and unique venture. Cheers, JV and Elvis (The Dog House) ====================
Hard Facts About Regular Radio: Radio Association Of Broadcasters (RAB)- Reported January 3rd that "national radio revenues slipped off the competitive edge of the advertising world. National radio revenues for all markets fell 15% during the 4th quarter in 2007"Š.continuing the downward slide of the previous months.
Radio & Records- "With Radio's significant decline in 2007...the first full year forecast in 2008 projects a decline of 40 basis points...we also predict a significant decline in core advertising in 2008."
Hard Facts About The Internet BILLBOARD Magazine- "Time spent listening to Online Radio was up 26% in 2007 over the previous year. Listening hour analysis by Accustream reports that internet radio logged 4.85 BILLION listening hours in 2007ŠTotal listening hours averaged 404.2 Million hours each month in 2007."
BUSINESS WEEK Magazine- "In a survey released May 23, radio researcher Bridge Data estimates there are only 450,000 weekly listeners to HD Radio, compared with 15 million satellite subscribers..." the report goes on to say that the internet is pulling a staggering 57 MILLION listeners a week. These numbers tell us that over 1 in 5 people now listen to Internet Radio.
BIZREPORT.COM- "45% of persons worldwide watch some form of Television on the internet. Internet users say they prefer online broadcasting because of convenience and fewer commercials..." and "... over 66% of online consumers log on daily for entertainment from the internet"
Sherry is on XM Radio - Mondays at 1 PM & 7 PM (ET)On Broadminded - XM Channel 155 - Take 5 "It is not sufficient for religious people to be involved with prayer. Rather, they are morally obliged to contribute all they can to solving the world’s problems."-His Holiness the Dalai Lama "History does not entrust the care of freedom to the weak or timid." - Dwight D. Eisenhower