For Immediate Release
July 9, 2007
New Web Video Site to Focus on Growing Popularity of Marching Arts
MarchingTVChannel.com offers Web 2.0 Capabilities to Marching Arts Communities, Brings Visual and Audio Power of Marching to the Internet
Oconomowoc, WI – The hundreds of thousands of students and adults involved in the “Marching Arts” such as Marching Bands, Drum Corps, Color Guards and more for the first time now have the power of “Web 2.0” at their service, as a new video channel, MarchingTVChannel.com, has been launched.
MarchingTVChannel.com is a full featured video and Marching Arts community site, featuring a wide array of content and capabilities of interest to people involved in these activities.
“Marching is a powerful visual and creative activity,” said Mark Fralick, founder of MarchingTVChannel.com. “We believe a new type of interactive site, combining advanced technology, unique information and tips, and the ability of marchers to post their own content, will be of interest and value to marchers around the globe.”
The new site is launched now, and already offers a wide range of content and capabilities, including education, tips, reviews, opinions, and other cool marching stuff. Specific features now or soon to be available include:
- Video blogs (VBlogs) from marchers around the world
- Techniques in Two Minutes: Short video tutorials that help understand specific skills from some of the top teachers in the marching arts community
- The latest news and events of interest to marchers
- The ability to upload your marching videos to the site for friends, family and the world to see
- Your Questions Answered: Get tips and advice from experts and your peers
- Much more
“The beauty of this site is that it is ideal for both beginners as well as experts, and is fun as well as educational,” said Andy Brady, lead designer for Plus One Drill Design.
MarchingTVChannel.com is for anyone who loves or is interested in the Marching Arts, such as Marching Band, Drum Corps, Color Guard, and Drum Lines. It is the first Marching site to embrace “Web 2.0” principles and deliver a full-featured line-up of Video content plus an array of community-building features.
Marchers are encouraged to participate and enjoy at http://www.MarchingTVChannel.com