ABC's presence gives the 15 million karaoke singers in this country an opportunity they have never had before
Mason, OH (PRWEB) May 4, 2010
KWCUSA will welcome camera crews and producers from ABC to film its singers at this years’ regional and national championships. Interest in what is the largest national singing competition in the country has grown so dramatically that the national network has taken notice and is on board to film the singers and document their stories as they advance through the competition. Wendell Payne, the president of the KWCUSA organization explains that “this gives the 15 million karaoke singers in this country an opportunity they have never had before.”
The presence of ABC’s cameras will no doubt bring out the best talent the contest has seen so far. It is an opportunity like no other to showcase the undiscovered talent out there. While this isn’t the first time that karaoke singers have been spotlighted on national television-the Oprah Winfrey Show featured a karaoke contest last year, this will be the first time that national network cameras will be documenting the singers and their stories throughout an entire competition.
ABC’s presence will make this contest resonate even more with the thousands of singers who either have, will, or are participating in the local contests all across the country right now. To accommodate the interest from singers so far, and to satisfy the demand that is sure to follow the news that a national network will be filming the event, KWCUSA has consolidated its regional finals into three and is allowing its local and state competitions to run longer. For more information please check website at http://www.kwcusa.net.
Wendell says “We will have more on ABC shortly”