E LINE MUSIC TO LAUNCH 24 HOUR INTERNET MUSIC VIDEO CHANNEL

eLMTV Will Feature Signed and Unsigned Artists of All Genres   E Line Music is being re-launched in Nashville, TN after CEO Sonny Paradise bought back the company in 2011.  The company functions as a platform for fans to discover and stay connected to their favorite artists, and provides services to artists to help elevate their career.  E Line’s website includes videos, albums, an underground radio station, and eLMTV which will start streaming on 11/07/2011.  The station will feature rock, metal, punk, rap/R&B, acoustic, electronica, and pop shows hosted by video jockeys spinning videos from nationally recognized and more obscure artists.  They are also seeking hosts for Latin and country/bluegrass programming.  The viewer can expect interviews, news, concert footage, and talk on these shows as well.  “ In the future, internet connections will come standard on TVs, phones, and cars.  Today when you buy a new TV it comes with internet capabilities.” says Jen Hodges, Director of Operations at E Line.  “Even now, a lot of people don’t buy cable and rely on the web for entertainment.  We are trying to be ahead of that curve.”  E Line CEO Sonny Paradise says, “A new music industry needs a new music company.”  E Line is just that.  With features like live chat, the station will be a one of a kind experience for fans.  For advertising opportunities, or to submit material, contact Jen at 615-657-9793 or e-mail jen@elinemusic.com.
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