PetCARE Television Network, Inc. to Hold Auditions.
TAMPA, Fla. -- PetCARE Television Network, Inc. ("PetCARE TV") (OTCBB OTCBB
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On-camera auditions will be scheduled during two upcoming veterinarian veterinarian /vet·er·i·nar·i·an/ (vet?er-i-nar´e-an) a person trained and authorized to practice veterinary medicine and surgery; a doctor of veterinary medicine.
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NAVC Northeast Advanced Vehicle Consortium ) where auditions will be held on January 8-10, 2005 in Orlando, Florida at the Marriott World Hotel, and the Western States Veterinary Conference (WSVC) where auditions will be held on February 21-23, 2005 at The Hotel in Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada. Interested participants need to mail a headshot and CV/resume (including any media training or experience) to PetCARE TV's corporate office or by email to email@example.com. No prior media experience is required. Submission deadline for the NAVC is January 5, 2005. Submission deadline for WSVC is February 18, 2005. Applicants will be contacted to schedule their audition time.
PetCARE TV's DVD magazine for December 2004 features 26 educational segments interspersed with relevant advertising and public service announcements. The DVD magazine runs approximately two hours in length before it automatically repeats. PetCARE TV's subscriber-based, advertiser-supported network seeks to provide educational programming focused on optimal healthcare for animal companions, ultimately resulting in more educated pet owners with more preventative services being performed by their veterinarians. PetCARE TV programming, which runs continuously in veterinarian's waiting rooms, may be obtained through an annual or three-year subscription, with updated DVD magazines shipped on a monthly basis to all subscribers.
The corporate offices of PetCARE Television Network, Inc. are located at 8406 Benjamin Road, Suite C, Tampa, Florida 33634. Questions regarding this release may be addressed to Katy Johnson, Associate Producer, at (813) 888-7330. More information on PetCARE TV, its business model, and services can be found on its website at http://www.petcaretv.com or by calling Teresa Bray, Vice President, at the same phone number.