A Fusion Taste of Indie and Extreme Sports
Fri, 2009-11-20 14:42 — mtjuan
Ask Me Again
You would be a bit more familiar with I-amtv (Independent Asian Music Television) if you were at Malaysian Today's SYOKSHOCK! Psychedelic Night last week, at Mardi Gras, One Utama, Petaling Jaya.Bringing the best recommended bands to our show, Blisters & Ask Me Again gave an outstanding performance exclusively for the guests who came.
Being one of our pillars for SYOKSHOCK! Student Night, I-amtv's appearance has caught the attention of many student bands out there seeking better promotions and exposure - internationally - for their bands. I-amtv's interactive communications media is available over television broadcast, mobile TV and IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) in the Philippines and U.S. T
he best part is that all copyright of video performances by the performing bands filmed by i-amtv would belong to the bands, i.e. the performing bands get full ownership of the videos to use and promote on as many platforms available. Selected music submitted to I-amtv for video production may also get a chance to be featured on I-amtv's newly created Extreme Sports Segments.
Recently, I-amtv followed two New Zealand basejumpers, Pauly and Dan, on their base jumping tour around the country in conjunction with the KL Base Jump 2009 and KL Tower Anniversary Celebration held last month. The tour ended with a thrilling 24-hour record jump involving 50 other jumpers from all over the world by jumping off the KL Tower.
Interested bands who want to get their own music video and to be a part of the I-amtv's extreme sports segments simply write in to firstname.lastname@example.org