The Alpha Blonde


This article was written on 18 Jan 2010, and is filled under 31 days of Fresno, Central Valley Talk, Fresno CA.

Day 18- Central Valley Talk

I’ll admit, I really had never watched much Central Valley Talk up until a month or two ago. I didn’t know it existed.

Now that I’ve been educated in the awesomeness I tune in at random throughout the day to see what I can see, and I think its is just too cool. People who aren’t necessarily career TV personalities have a major voice here and do a great job hosting shows that cover parenthood to Fresno nightlife.

What strikes me as 31-days-worthy is the dedication the hosts of the show and people who make it happen behind the scenes have to Fresno, the various ‘scenes’ in town and promoting the things that make Fresno rock. If you’re having a hard time figuring out what bands are up and coming, which events are going to be hot, or what the meaty issues are in Fresno, chances are you’ll be able to hear about them on CVT. I’ve had the opportunity to go the Central Valley Buzz with Chuck and Joey and just from hanging out in the studio with them I’ve come away feeling like my Fresno IQ is higher- they know exactly whats going on in town, down to what kind of hot dog to order at Tower Dogs!

These shows regularly bring in local artists, musicians, poets, and weirdos like me and give them a chance to get their name, ideas or product out there. What an opportunity!

Central Valley Talk is on Digital Channel 33.1, or can be viewed on their website at any time. For more information on CVT and who they are go here. And then watch a broadcast, or just listen, but either way, check it out. I didn’t know it existed until a few months ago and I’m pretty sure there are a lot of people who have yet to hear about it so spread the word and let your friends know about this awesome locally produced media gem.

(Photo is from another PRT SCRN magic trick I did, because I can crop. Watch on the web and you’ll likely see this same image!)

One Comment

  1. 6p00e54ee89e6c8833
    January 19, 2010

    Since Frezno doesn't have public access TV, CVT has been a fine replacement. If the local big networks were smart, they'd be stealing some talent and ideas from CVT and make a good Fresno inspired show.

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