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StayTuned TV has been developed as a rich source of concert video, video biographies on the artists, historical video of entertainment destinations illustrating their beginnings, master classes with virtuosos, discussions of musical origins with masters of the art, the latest music videos from international artists.

To learn more about StayTuned and its original pilot for television hosted by Peter Coyote please select this link.


Staytunedtv.com is currently being viewed in over 75 countries. All genres of music will be covered from all corners of the globe making this site the finest source for all things music. Users will have the option to setup their own programming/ viewing profiles, to obtain preferred content, entering the system from within their local language (e.g., Chinese, Spanish, Arabic).

   Any shade of green indicates global areas viewing staytunedtv.com

Staytunedtv.com is currently being viewed in over 75 countries. All genres of music will be covered from all corners of the globe making this site the finest source for all things music.

Elixir is further developing the staytunedtv brand so that it will be will become seated within culture-specific TV/Internet platforms beginning with three geographic theatres of Latin America, Middle East/Persian Gulf, and China. Viewing is both local and, more significantly, global - with content-driven video covering music, comedy and dance featured in the artist's native language. Sub-channels in development will deliver talk4teens, culture, style, food, and more. The site's premise - worldwide there is a new avant-garde population hungry to interact both at their local-comfort zone and simultaneously wanting to be in touch with their global identity. Further premise is that ex-patriot (expat) populations of each theatre form a globally-dispersed population, yet each seeks content from within their local culture - and these expats generally have more spending power than those in their home country. STTV links all local and global communities.

 
 

 

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