Expanded Coverage of Tea Party Movement
EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Feb. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Expanding on its coverage of the National Tea Party Convention last week, PJTV announced its launch of Tea Party TV, offering comprehensive coverage of the Tea Party movement. The cornerstone of the Tea Party TV coverage will be a twice-a-week Internet TV show hosted by Glenn Reynolds and AlfonZo Rachel, well-known commentators on PJTV.
The inaugural episode of Tea Party TV features interviews with Tea Party leaders conducted at the recent National Tea Party Convention in Nashville, TN. PJTV was the coverage leader of the national convention, offering a live streaming feed of key speeches, breakout sessions and interviews with attendees.
"The Tea Party Movement isn't going away. The anger and frustration felt by voters are real, and as a news organization, we plan to cover that frustration as it continues to fester and grow. PJTV will be on the leading edge covering this movement, its leaders and the ideas that give the movement its strength," said Roger L. Simon, CEO of Pajamas Media.
Owen Brennan, Executive Producer of PJTV, added, "PJTV is the go-to site for information on the Tea Party Movement. Tea Party TV is a one-stop shop for those who want to learn about the issues, the leaders, the individual activists in each state, the candidates and the movement."
In addition to PJTV's coverage of the National Tea Party Convention, PJTV embedded a reporter on the Tea Party Express Bus Tour last fall hitting 38 cities and uploading over 100 videos reflecting the faces and thoughts of the people who are the backbone of the Tea Party Movement.
Stay tuned for additional announcements from PJTV regarding Tea Party TV.
About Pajamas Media and PJTV
Pajamasmedia.com, a division of Pajamas Media, receives over sixteen million page views per month. Launched in 2005, it provides commentary and analysis in text, video and podcast form created by correspondents in more than 40 countries. Its blogs cover politics, government, culture, the economy and finance, national security, the Middle East, media, and education, as well as breaking news and current events.
PJTV, a division of Pajamas Media, first went on air at the 2008 Republican National Convention, where it was the first online new media organization accorded a full television booth along with the old media networks. PJTV has evolved into the first center right online television network, providing commentary and analysis via video over the Internet. PJTV's video segments cover politics, government, culture, the economy and finance, national security, the Middle East, media and education. PJTV's main studio is located in El Segundo, CA, with remote studio locations in midtown Manhattan in New York City, blocks from the White House in Washington, D.C., and web cam locations around the world.
SOURCE Pajamas Media