The Three Largest Internet TV Stations in the World Will Sponsor the End of the World Party on Dec. 20, 2012
NEW YORK, Nov. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
A Limited Number of Tickets are Available and They're Going Quickly, with 1,000 Sold in the First 24 Hours
Internet TV Station Giants Announce End of the World Party Online
NEW YORK, Nov. 9, 2012 -- The countdown to Maya-Geddon has begun and Kevin DeMaria, CEO and president of Internet TV station BestTVNetwork.TV (BTVN), announced that the three largest Internet TV stations in the world will sponsor The End of the World Party on Dec. 20, 2012, beginning at 8 p.m. EST. The event of the century is a gala pay-per-view affair with ticket prices set at just $12.21. A limited number of tickets are available and they're going quickly, with 1,000 sold in the first 24 hours.
"This party will be the end of all parties," said DeMaria. "This is one event you won't want to miss and we will be updating you from around the world."
Along with DeMaria, The End of the World Party is being sponsored by Richard Parnell, CEO and president of GhostTalesNetwork.com (GTN), and Eric Risinger, CEO and president of ParaEncountersNetwork.com (PEN). The event will be hosted by Ray Rucker and Ken Ballos, hosts of "The Ghost Raps Radio Show" and team leaders of R.I.P (Richmond Investigators of the Paranormal).
The star-studded event will feature mediums who will conduct live free readings and one lucky viewer will win a trip to New York City for themselves and a guest. Airfare, a stay at a luxury hotel, dinner and a Broadway show is included in the package. Special guests will include authors, psychics and mediums, Echo Bodine; author and psychic medium to the movie stars, Michael Bodine; psychic and medium, Sharon Pugh, the 8th wonder of the world; and actors Jim Krut, Rob Fabiani and a host of others.
The song "End of the World as We Know It" by legendary rock band, R.E.M., has taken on new meaning for many in light of the Mayan calendar that abruptly ends on Dec. 21, 2012. Many have taken that to mean it's the end of the world and numerous theories have been proposed as to how it will happen, the most popular of which envisions a solar storm on a scale even larger than the 1859 blast that burned telegraph wires around the world.
Others have postulated a shift in the Earth's magnetic poles, a meteor impact, and a new era of peace and understanding. Scientists say the date marked a milestone in Mayan culture.
DeMaria, Parnell and Risinger will be writing a new chapter in history with their End of the World Party. The celebration represents the event of the millennium, featuring mediums, celebrities and an opportunity to win a once in a lifetime trip to New York. It's the social event of the season that will have people around the world talking long after the Mayan calendar has been relegated to the status of Orson Welles' 1938 radio broadcast of H.G. Wells' "War of the Worlds".
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