You. On TV, NOW!, is pleased to announce the addition of a new channel to their line-up available on Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
Founder / Owner Valerie VanBooven RN BSN states, “In addition to Approved Senior Network TV, The Valerie V Show, & SightingsEXT, we have added a new channel for families needing guidance around the diagnosis of dementia. We love Carol’s content. She is dedicated and real. ”
Let’s Talk Dementia is a new show hosted by Carol Howell. Carol is an Internationally Certified Dementia Practitioner and Amazon #1 Best-Selling Author of Let’s Talk Dementia. She is also Executive Director of Senior Life Journeys/Let’s Talk Dementia, a 501C3, faith-based company that is dedicated to the education of dementia for caregivers. Let’s Talk Dementia is dedicated to the education of dementia for over-worker and under-appreciated dementia caregivers. Learn more at www.letstalkdementia.org
Let’s Talk Dementia was live for only 48 hours when Carol Howell received this message from a viewer:
“Most days I don’t look forward to getting out of bed because of the same ole routine, but tomorrow and all other tomorrows I will be just to hear your show.
I was cruising thru my Roku TV to see what’s new and that’s how I found your show.
I’m 71yrs old and live in the rural area of Dawson, Alabama where doctors know just enough to get by.
Well, I’m always searching and seeking, for my bible says “seek and ye shall find” and I do so daily, always wanting to learn something new AND trying to remember it 5 minutes later.
Yes, I’ve been diagnosed with Dementia/borderline Alzheimer’s but I refuse to accept that there’s no cure.
I cannot afford most supplements as I live on a very fixed income, yet I get by with God’s help. I look forward to your program tomorrow and days after.
You’ve given me a reason to get out of bed in the morning and I thank God I found you. May He bless you abundantly. I’m going to share your Facebook Page with my Facebook friends on my Facebook Page.”
How to Find the Show on ROKU and Amazon Fire TV
- Let’s Talk Dementia on Roku (from your computer): https://my.roku.com/add/dementia
- Let’s Talk Dementia on Roku using your TV: Use the SEARCH Feature- Search for LET’S TALK DEMENTIA (Category is Education)
- Let’s Talk Dementia on Amazon Fire TV (from your computer): Log in to Your Amazon account, go to APPS and GAMES, Search for Let’s Talk Dementia, ADD to DEVICE
- Let’s Talk Dementia on Amazon Fire TV using your TV: From your main Amazon Fire TV Screen (at the VERY top)- Scroll over to APPS, then CATEGORIES. Choose EDUCATION, scroll down until you find Let’s Talk Dementia
About You. On TV, NOW!
You. On TV, NOW!, is a TV channel production, marketing, and distribution service for video content creators and businesses of all sizes.
Cordless households could soon surpass the number of pay TV households in the US, according to eMarketer, with pay TV households forecast to fall 4% to 86.5 households by the end of this year and projected to drop below 80 million by 2021.
Our focus is OTT Channels (Over the Top) A device (Roku Express, Amazon Fire Stick) that connects to the internet to facilitate video viewing on TV, desktop, mobile and tablet via dedicated OTT apps/sites
Connected TV = A smart TV with internet capabilities or a regular TV that is connected to an OTT device with internet capabilities (i.e. streaming player)
Digital TV= Online TV content via desktop, mobile & tablet devices
VOD= “Video On Demand” is the opposite of live/scheduled TV, allowing viewers to select and view content at the time of their choosing.
New content formats
- By 2021, it’s estimated that 82 percent of all internet traffic will be for video.
- Internet video to TV will increase threefold between 2017 to 2022.
- Internet video to TV will be 27 percent of fixed consumer Internet video traffic by 2022.
- Consumer Video-on-Demand (VoD) traffic will nearly double by 2022. The amount of VoD traffic by 2022 will be equivalent to 10 billion DVDs per month.
If you’re interested in content marketing, you’re going to have to consider more formats than just text-based content. Video is important. Don’t ignore it. Embrace it!
Starting a TV channel gives you a powerful medium to produce and distribute video content, which is only going to become more important from here.
“You. On TV, NOW!” clients gain visibility, authority, and trust. They find new ways to reach a bigger audience beyond YouTube and Facebook, and new ways to monetize their content that weren’t possible before.
We do this by providing them with a TV Channel on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and AppleTV, as well as offering live streaming to their channels.
We empower our clients by teaching them how to market their new channel, and how to attract sponsors and advertisers.
If you are person, brand or business already creating videos, add a TV Channel to your suite of marketing activities!