FAQs

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Where can I find your TV Show?

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We get this question asked a lot! The best place to start to get familiar with the show itself is probably this website. Check under Current and Past shows as they are all archived here. They are also on YouTube and Vimeo. Next, be sure to check out our TV Broadcast Coverage page which lists all the TV Stations we currently air on as well as our streaming media options which, right now, are Roku and Amazon Fire. The TV networks place our show where it works in their schedules so we have no control over that. You would need to check out their website to find the exact times and days Rollin' On TV airs.

If you have any questions or suggestions for more coverage, be sure to reach out to us through our contact page.

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How do I get my product or service featured on Rollin’ On TV

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We always have an eye open for new, high quality, useful products or services to bring to our TV viewers. We do these product stories as "Branded Content"  on the show and on our website.

If you have a product or service you feel you would like to have featured, click on the 'Contact Us" link in the menu bar and click on the "submission' link and tell us about the product.

Be sure to include the name of your company, product and web site so we can understand better what your product or service is about.

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Why does Rollin’ On TV have Reruns?

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What you'll find is that virtually every show on TV (aside from daily news) do not produce 52 new programs a year. In most cases program producers do 26-new shows each year. (which is what we do). Most will air 13-new shows and 13 re-runs per season. 

What we chose to do in trying to keep our content current is we split our seasons up into 6-new shows and 6-reruns. This way most the show content is timely and usually not more than 6 week old.  In other words, like most viewers, I don't like watching a show filmed in January in the snow in mid-July.

With that said, keep in mind that we supply our show to these stations and networks on an annual agreement and once our two scheduled show dates are met, we have no control of how many other times stations re-air the show. But that's the same for all program suppliers.