Irvine, CA (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
ScanMyPhotos.com has started a new reality/talk-show format for a half-hour cable or broadcast TV series based on presenting celebrities' and every-day people's personalized photo memories and engaging narratives. These stories will compliment photos that have been digitized by ScanMyPhotos.com.
ScanMyPhotos.com, a photo digitization company, is expanding its business by inviting people to share their stories behind their decades of photo snapshots and 35mm slides.
"It is said that 'a picture tells a thousand words.' So, imagine the entertainment value of real people sharing their favorite photo memories and narrating the captivating stories behind each photograph," said Mitch Goldstone, ScanMyPhotos.com president and CEO.
Each week, ‘The Photo Memories Show: Picturing The Past’ will present real life stories and build up to a season finale where sponsorship prizes will be awarded for the most emotional, comical, memorable and among other categories.
In a talk-show setting, people will share special photos that span generations to chronicle extraordinary stories that will appeal to many. Each segment will discuss the story behind the photos with endless story lines to choose from.
Social media and YouTube sharing will play a large part in drawing attention to the show. People will submit their photos and a YouTube clip to submit entries.
ScanMyPhotos.com is currently developing a new media company that will be responsible for seeking and reviewing production companies to produce the pilot episode and series along with identifying an agent and development executive to launch "The Photo Memories Show: Picturing The Past."
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ScanMyPhotos.com, a division of Photos Etc. Corp., began in 1990 as a boutique retail photo center called 30 Minute Photos Etc.. Today the company operates a nationwide and international photo scanning service, specializing in safely converting prints to digital format using an innovative and super-fast scanning technology. The company also offers negative scanning, slide scanning, photo restoration and video transfer services to preserve generations of memories.