When you have an affluent subscription base consisting of Malibu, Topanga Canyon, Agoura Hills, Calabasas and Pacific Palisades -- and you face competition from DirecTV and other sattelite dish services, and "The Zuma Dogg Show" has been known be the "talk of the town" -- keeping cable TV subscribers from leaving, since the show is only available on cable, and not sattelite; the Malibu cable company is making it ALMOST impossible to keep "The Zuma Dogg Show" off the air.
To help me get back "on the air" and save at least ONE cable outlet -- and be the biggest thing to hit the area since McCartney busted out Beatles tunes in concert as a solo artist for the first time, or since the KISS reunion tour with all four members in original make-up; or if Gary Coleman could go back to being eight years old again -- they'll let me run 10 shows for $100! (Just ten bucks per HALF HOUR SHOW!)
And, unlike the public access shows, where you couldn't run any commercial ads, messages, or even post your website -- this is a commercial half hour block -- and I can sell merchandise like T shirts and run ads or commercials within the show, itself.
So if you would like to punish some, while rewarding others -- and help ZD possibly crank out some money off each episode, cause I can sell and advertise my message to the most affluent area in most of the world. AND THEY ALREADY LOVE THE SHOW.
10 shows, in ten nights in a row would make an impact, and over a week's worth of shows, all in a row would be enough to see if it's worth the next round of shows (at least breaks even).
If you want to advertise, or just sponsor it, to get it back on the air at least...send me an email at ZumaDogg@Gmail.com.
There are other systems I can do this on, but because the Malibu area system is a smaller system, they can cut ZD this "test rate" to try and hook me and they figure I should be able to keep it going, after that, given the affluent subscriber base.
And I can reach all those Barbara Streisand, David Geffen, Bill Clinton political types who live out there and pull the strings in L.A. Oh, they'd LOVE ZD back on the air and on the political tip.