Nashville, TN — (Sept. 20, 2019) New Haven Records recently announced a partnership with Country Road TV, an innovative on-demand streaming network, to provide music video content for the network’s various platforms (YouTube, Facebook, OTT, etc.).
Each month beginning in October, Country Road TV will add an extended music documentary or long-form concert from New Haven Films to its streaming platform. Scheduled features include The Chuck Wagon Gang: America’s Gospel Singers—The Legacy Lives On, JD Sumner & The Stamps Quartet—A Video Portrait, and The Goodmans—Live in Texas. Additionally, individual music performances from each of the projects will stream separately on YouTube and other platforms, with a link to view the full-length project and a coupon code (NEWHAVEN) for a 30-day free trial of www.CountryRoadTV.com‘s family-friendly entertainment.
New Haven Records president Ken Harding is delighted: “We couldn’t be more thrilled about this opportunity for our artists, their timeless music, and their life-transforming message. I love Country Road TV’s programming and personally watch many of the shows they offer. We’re confident their viewers will love our artists as well. We can’t wait to get the word out to our fans and followers.”
Adam Black, Country Road TV’s co-founder and CEO, shares Harding’s enthusiasm: “With partners like New Haven Records, all boats rise. There is more power and synergy in everyone supporting one another rather than each company trying to get people to listen exclusively to their outlet.”
Country Road TV, whose tagline is “We’re Feeling Country,” is available both online and over the top (OTT), meaning that it doesn’t require users to subscribe to a traditional cable or satellite pay-TV service. The network offers hundreds of hours of content with over 2500 live-to-tape country music performances, live broadcast events, concerts and music industry news available on demand for a low monthly fee. CRTV’s music and lifestyle lineup includes: Larry’s Country Diner, Country’s Family Reunion, Small Town Big Deal, Ralph Emery: Emery’s Memories, the Joey and Rory Show, Marty Robbins’ Spotlight, Ronnie Reno Old-Time Music, Nashville Insider, and more.