QTV News Launches Gay Youtube

San Francisco’s QTV Gay News Magazine Launches Video Share Web Site,
Q-tube
Make room, YouTube(R), for an ‘alternative’ space on the Internet at
www.q-tube.tv where gays worldwide can now go to showcase their lives and
lifestyles.FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SANTA ROSA BEACH, Florida / PR FREE / Sep 05 2007 —

Producers of San Francisco-based QTV News Magazine(C) have created the
company’s own streaming video website inviting gays from around the globe to
post and view any and all things gay. The Web site – www.q-tube.tv – is
among the first – if not the first – online U.S. gay news Internet TV Web
site to do so.QTV’s Executive Producer Rahn Fudge thinks that it’s inevitably bound to
happen sooner or later and he’s just hoping to get a jump on any potential
competition. “Only in San Francisco would you expect to find the ‘gay’
answer to the juggernaut fame and phenomenon of You Tube(R),” adds Fudge.
The spin-off Q-Tube.TV is the latest program offering from QTV News
Magazine, a San Francisco-based gay television newsmagazine show that has
been in existence since October 1995. Producers behind the concept of the
new online TV video share intend for Q-Tube.TV to spur national and
international interest from both amateurs and professionals looking for
their gay 15 minutes of fame.

The Internet TV sites, www.qtvnews.tv and www.q-tube.tv, are powered and
engineered by Florida-based FLV Hosting ( www.flvhosting.com ) which created
the company’s first-ever streaming video Web site back in 2005. The online
version of the half-hour broadcast of QTV News Magazine, San Francisco is
now syndicated free on over 70 other gay-related Web sites. Previous
episodes and segments of the local television newsmagazine show can be seen
from the homepage ( www.qtvnews.tv). Fudge plans gay travel segments as his
next offering.

 

 

 

 

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