Takes Over Where Left Off…and Announces New Program Series Beginning in February, 2005

Share Article changes its name to BusinessTVChannel and announces its new program series: Mompreneurs, Cultural Connections, and Computer Outlook.

As of January 11, 2005, is “Our new name is a better description of what we do,” said Ruth King, CEO of “Our programs are designed to help business profits soar and keep up to date with the latest business trends. Time starved entrepreneurs, business owners, and their employees find our programs practical and useful.”

“We’ve got exciting new shows that begin airing in February and let’s face it, it’s much easier to spell BusinessTVChannel than Entrepreneurstv,” said King.    

New Program series which start in February: Mompreneurs, Cultural Connections, and Computer Outlook.

“Many of the best and most unique ideas come directly from moms,” said Julia Galich, producer, creator and host of Mompreneurs, one of the new shows to begin airing on “The mother of invention is truly necessity and moms have an incredible way of designing products to simplify their busy lives.”

"Mompreneurs will tap into your entrepreneurial spirit...and it's not just for moms,” said Galich. Anyone who has a dream or is working to fulfill their dreams of seeing their ideas turn into valuable products/services...should tune in!”

Cultural Connections also premiers on this February. It is modeled after Politically Incorrect where members of the business community will offer candid discussion and ideas on ways to cross that cultural divide that often exists when conducting business in a multicultural environment.    

“As more and more people begin to come into contact with different cultures, it is important to understand the differences and similarities that will exist in these situations,” said Ashia R. Sims, creator and producer of Cultural Connections. “Anyone who works in business must be better versed on the possible issues that could come up when attempting to do business with communities of people of different cultures.”

Computer Outlook is live every evening at 8 PM Eastern time. The program helps educate viewers about everything related to computers in plain English. Based on the popular radio talk show hosted by John Iasiuolo, viewers get their computer questions answered on the spot by John and his guest experts.

“This show will answer questions and discuss issues as they relate to computers without using all of the technical jargon that can frustrate people when someone is talking about computers”, said John Iasiuolo.

Call in or chat in your questions for John and his guests each evening.

In addition to the new programs, subscribers to continue to have access to the great programming currently being offered:

·    AM News—Get the hard to find news that impacts business each morning

·    People—Keeps you abreast of issues regarding hiring, firing and managing people; customer service issues and more

·    Financial Literacy—From the basic income statement and balance sheet to the most complex tax issues

·    Sales and Marketing – Keep a step ahead of the competition with the latest sales and marketing techniques

·    Play—Get the most out of your hard-earned rest and relaxation

·    Ask the Experts—Live call in and chat programs that give answers to viewer’s specific questions

·    Pay Per View Programming—Popular authors, trainers, and other experts are invited in for special programs that are available for an additional fee.

Subscribers can watch these programs as they first appear or at their leisure any time for 30 days. If they miss a live program they can catch it later, when it is convenient for them. is available for 30 days for only $1. Business owners and their employees have the opportunity to give it a try at minimal risk. For those who choose to continue their subscription, the rate is $19.95 per month.

Alvin Lynch, an Operations Manager based in Florence, AL claims, “It’s invaluable”.

To subscribe, simply go to or call 1-800-511-6844. Subscriptions can be cancelled at any time.

For more information contact Ruth King at 770-729-1004 or

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