LiveAirShowTV has unveiled three air shows that will be part of its broadcast plans for the 2010 air show season: Defenders of Liberty Air Show at Barksdale Air Force Base, Indianapolis Air Show and the Reno Air Races.
“This is by no means a complete list and it will continue to grow to a full season of air shows,” said Jeff Lee, president. “Our goal is to broadcast at least one aviation event every month of the 2010 air show season,” added Ken Perich, co-founder. “We’re in discussions with some of the biggest events in the country, and as soon as the show is ready to make the announcement, we’ll put it on our official schedule.”
Definitely on the schedule are:
Barksdale AFB, Shreveport, La., Defenders of Liberty Air Show: Last year’s show was LiveAirShowTV’s broadcast premiere. The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds return to Barksdale on April 24 and 25.
Indianapolis Air Show: One of Indy’s best community events, this show benefits many local charities in the central Indiana area, according to company officials. The show also has been a pioneer of Internet broadcasting and media involvement through the efforts of Chairman Roger Bishop. “We have watched what Jeff and his team have done at other air shows around the country, and we want to bring that to our show,” says Bishop. The Indy Air Show takes off June 11-13.
The Reno National Championship Air Races: LiveAirShowTV broadcast pioneered first-time-ever LIVE Internet coverage the finals in 2009. The 48th running of the races will be another subscription/Pay Per View event, according to company officials. After discussions with race management, additional cameras and other production elements will be added to increase the race fans’ broadcast experience.
For more information: LiveAirShowTV.com