“Rollin’ On TV” will again be offering participation in a series of special feature programs for the upcoming 2013 television season.
According to a press release, each one of these special features is designed to showcase a specific category within the RV market, such as Class A motorhomes or fifth-wheels, along with sub-categories like ultra-lightweights and toy haulers in the trailer market. One company will be featured in each segment. ROTV will also be presenting special features on selected RV products and services.
The programs are produced once a year and are scheduled for initial airing during the first season of 2013 (January – March) with reruns scheduled for April – June.
With ROTV’s multi-media capability, each program will air on all of the show’s television stations and sports networks and simultaneously on its web site, www.rollinontv.com along with other affiliate websites for two separate weeks. ROTV can also link the show directly to a company’s web site.
ROTV sent out information packets explaining all the details and how be featured in these special programs. For further information contact Jose Moniz at (508) 951 5385 or at email@example.com.
“Rollin’ On TV” has expanded its television coverage to the San Diego/Southern California area with the addition of Channel 4 with broadcasting facilities located in San Diego.
According to a press release, channel SD4 reaches over 1 million homes in San Diego County, Imperial County, Riverside County and Yuma County, and is available on Cox Cable systems and Time Warner cable.
ROTV will begin airing on SD4 in August. Exact days and times will be posted on the company’s website by the end of July.
“We’re delighted to capture this television market as San Diego and the whole Southern California area is a hot bed of activity for camping and RVing,” said ROTV Executive Producer Jose Moniz.
For additional information on other stations and coverage areas visit www.rollinontv.com.
“Rollin’ On TV” has begun working with TrailerChix.com, a lifestyle e-magazine with readers in over 57 countries, focused on the millions of women and men who live in small eco-friendly footprints.
Beginning with this week’s program viewers will be able to watch video content produced by TrailerChix with a whole new twist and fresh approach to RVing and camping.
For the past six-months we have been working together with Shelah Johnson, creator and editor in chief of TrailerChix on story ideas that will be of interest to not only women but men and families that enjoy RVing and basically, living luxuriously in smaller spaces.
June 3 kicks off Glamping Week and on this episode Britta Nelson gives us a quick insight into “Glamping” along with a couple of quick snack ideas.
“Rollin’ On TV” can be seen weekly on numerous television stations across the country and on the Dish Network channel 421. For a complete listing of stations and times, check the Schedule Page at www.rollinontv.com.
For information on TrailerChix or to read their e-magazine visit www.trailerchix.com.
“Rollin’ On TV” (ROTV) announced that satellite TV manufacturer Winegard Co. has signed on as a title sponsor for the remainder of 2012.
According to a press release, ROTV will be launching in mid-April promotions and contests with Burlington, Iowa-based Winegard both on TV and the web, along with on-location promotions at various RV events around the country. ROTV announced the winner in its first Winegard contest as Debbi Segina from Arkdale, Wis., who won a Winegard fully automatic, CARRYOUT satellite TV antenna.
Segina and her husband own a 1994 Winnebago Vectra motorhome and enjoy “all aspects of RVing from dry camping to full hook-up resort destinations. The contest promotion lasted six weeks and consisted of 30-second television ads along with an online promotion on our web site.
In addition, T. R. Arnold and Associates Inc., an internationally accredited certifier of quality management systems based in Elkhart, Ind., has joined ROTV as a national advertiser.
Operating under the name TRA Certification Inc. the company has been in the forefront of certifying “green construction” in the manufactured and modular housing industry and has now turned its expertise to the RV industry.
For additional information visit www.rollinontv.com.
“Rollin’ On TV,” together with its advertising partner Winegard Co., has launched a multi-media, television/Internet contest with the prize being a Winegard, fully automatic, portable “CARRYOUT” satellite TV antenna.
According to a press release, the contest began Feb. 11 and will end March 18. To enter, log onto www.rollinontv.com, go to the contest page and submit your name and contact information.
The winner will be drawn on March 21 and posted on Rollin’ On TV’s website March 24. The contest is being promoted on TV with a full 30-second ad during the show along with a full page promotion on the website.
For additional information on Winegard, visit www.winegard.com.
Lance Camper Manufacturing Corp., a leading U.S. RV manufacturer, has signed on as an advertising partner with Mattapoisett, Mass.-based Rollin’ On TV (ROTV) for 2012, reports ROTV Executive Producer Jose “Joe” Moniz.
Lance Camper, headquartered in Lancaster, Calif., is long known for its quality and workmanship in the manufacture of truck campers and, more recently, travel trailers.
“We look forward in working together with Lance’s Norm Jacobson and Mark Hovanec this year in creating and producing some interesting and effective television and Internet promotional packages,” said Moniz.
In other news, Moniz announced that complete episodes of Rollin’ On TV will be available for viewing starting later this week on RVBUSINESS.com, the Internet site that operates as an extension of RVBusiness magazine.
“We are happy to be working together with partners Sherman Goldenberg and Beverly Gardner and their staff at RV Business to help expand the RV lifestyle and market to as many mass media outlets as possible,” said Moniz. “Whether it’s Rollin’ On TV through its television and Internet market, print media or consumer trade shows, we all have to work together to expand awareness before we can enlarge the pie — as the saying goes — and this cooperative venture between Rollin’ On TV and RVBusiness is a good example of diversified media outlets working together on a common goal. We look forward to working with Sherman, Bev and their staff in finding new ways to expand the RV market.”
“We, likewise, look forward to working with Joe Moniz and the Rollin’ On TV crew,” adds Goldenberg. “We see this as a signal of the new directions we plan to be taking in 2012 with RVBUSINESS.com, which has been logging relatively sensational traffic since we purchased the site last spring from Affinity Group Inc. And we’ve got some more things in the works, along with our second season of ‘RV Capital Talk,’ a popular weekly Internet TV program produced by Elkhart, Ind.-based RVNN.TV that we want to take to a whole new level this year.”
“Rollin’ On TV” announced that it will begin airing on WSJV FOX 28 in Elkhart, Ind., on Jan. 1.
The premiere on WSJV will feature a special program looking back at 2011 and the companies, destinations and stories covered by “Rollin’ On TV” this past season. Regularly scheduled programs will begin on Jan. 8 with a segment on Sportsmobile West along with a special Dutch Oven cooking segment with host Jeff Johnston.
In addition, “Rollin’ On TV” announced that Winegard Co. and Duncan Systems have joined as sponsors for 2012.
Winegard, based in Burlington, Iowa, is a leading satellite antenna producer and in the forefront of RV satellite TV systems with its popular Trav’ler series. Duncan Systems, with headquarters in Elkhart and locations in Florida and Arizona, is a leading supplier of RV replacement glass and most recently offers repair of fogged-up RV glass.
“We’re delighted to have these two leading companies on board with us for 2012 and look forward to working with them throughout the year,” said Jose Moniz, executive director.
For more information on “Rollin’ On TV,” including a complete listing of stations and times visit www.rollinontv.com.
Mattapoisett Mass.-based Rollin’ On TV has expanded its reach into three more states including Oklahoma, Minnesota and Wisconsin, according to a press release.
Cox Sports TV, a major sports network throughout the south that covers seven Gulf Coast states and Virginia, has now expanded its cable and Dish Network reach to include a large portion of Oklahoma. Rollin’ On TV can be seen at 9 a.m. on Saturdays along with other times during the week depending on major sports coverage.
MIDCO SPORTS NET, which currently airs Rollin’ On TV on Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday in North and South Dakota, has completed a cable acquisition that includes the states of Minnesota and Wisconsin.
“Because of the baseball playoffs and World Series along with the NASCAR final chase races on some of our stations, we postponed the launch of our new season to Nov. 15,” said Jose Moniz, co-producer and host for Rollin’ On TV. “We felt it wouldn’t be fair to the companies featured on these shows to be pre-empted due to these major sports events.”
The new season starts out with a visit to Kickin’ Kampers in Tucson, Ariz., a small company that builds custom truck campers and trailers along with building and retrofitting RVs for disabled individuals. In addition, Jeff Johnson visits Columbia State Park in California.
The second show features Alan Feld at Sportsmobile West as the company celebrates their 50th year of building unique Class B motorhomes that can be found in remote areas around the U.S. and the world.
For additional information along with TV schedules and times visit our website at www.rollinontv.com
Mattapoisett Mass.-based Rollin’ On TV has signed NMC/Coach-Net as its latest advertising sponsor.
“We’re delighted to have such a great company on board with us and we look forward to working with them as an advertising partner on some exciting, upcoming promotions,” Jose Moniz, co-producer and host for Rollin’ On TV, said in a press release.
The NMC/Coach-Net brand has been a trusted name since 1987 and covers over 80% of all motorized RVs sold in the U.S. each year. Coach-Net provides 24/7 roadside assistance in all 50 states and has the largest network of heavy-duty providers in the US and Canada. Coach-Net is also the pioneer of RV Technical Assistance.
Moniz said Rollin’ On TV will be airing a segment featuring NMC/Coach Net in an upcoming episode.
Rollin’ On TV announced that it has increased its station and network lineup.
Beginning the first week in August viewers in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota can watch the show, which is dedicated to the RV lifestyle, on the MIDCO Sports Network on Tuesdays at 7 p.m., Thursdays at noon, and Sundays at 10 a.m.
Also, viewers living in the Evansville, Ind., area can watch the show on Saturday and Sunday mornings on WTVW Local 7. (Check local listings for times)
Rollin’ On TV said it also plans to add four additional stations starting in September for the fall programming season. The information will be posted on the company’s website at http://www.rollinontv.com/index.html.
In additon Rollin’ On TV is partnering with the Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA) in sponsoring the first “Road Chef” competition to be held at the FMCA’s 86th Family Reunion and Motorhome Showcase in Madison, Wisc., August 10-13.
FMCA members have been submitting their recipes over the past month and the three finalists selected will face off at the Madison reunion. Rollin’ On TV will be covering the whole event and airing it in an upcoming episode.
For additional information contact Jose Moniz at: Jose@rollinontv.com