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  • lets_makemoney lets_makemoney Dec 20, 2011 1:48 PM Flag

    great news - The Roys Sign Production Deal With ValCom Studios

    http://www.musicrow.com/2011/12/the-roys-sign-production-deal-with-valcom-studios/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-roys-sign-production-deal-with-valcom-studios

    The Roys have signed a production deal with ValCom Studios for a new, weekly music-driven variety show. Lee and Elaine Roy will appear and perform on the 30-minute show titled, Roots And Music With The Roys.

    Thirteen episodes are scheduled to be taped in Nashville early next year. The show has already been picked up by over 120 stations nationwide, landing The Roys a potential 40 million cable and broadcast household viewers.

    Vince Vellardita, CEO-President of ValCom Studios, says, “Elaine and Lee are incredibly talented. There are no shows on the air like this one, and it’s the perfect vehicle to expand The Roys’ career.”

    The episodes will be presented in true “variety” format. Each show will include a performance by The Roys, humanitarian features, a festival event highlight segment, plus a guest musical artist, interview and a closing jam session.

    Additionally, The Roys will start 2012 with their first-ever shows in Australia:

    01/25/2012 Tamworth, Australia / Tamworth City Council Outdoor Show
    01/26/2012 Tamworth, Australia / The Family Inn
    01/27/2012 Tamworth, Australia / Tamworth Country Music Festival, Toyota Stage
    01/29/2012 Tamworth, Australia / Tamworth City Council Outdoor Show

    Following their return from Down Under, The Roys will launch a busy U.S. touring season, which includes festivals, fairs and co-hosting duties at the Christmas 4 Kids Celebrity Golf Tournament with Tennessee Titans’ Rob Bironas in April 2012.

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    • So by my calculations you're back to above 2 million shares.

      I agree with your assessment of these boards. Greed leads to fear, then anger.

      Repeat, wash, rinse, repeat.

      My views on this stock have always been supported by the acute lack of execution of Valcom over the past couple of years. Reading the 10-Q's explains how futile most of their attempts at generating revenue and profits have been. Too many of their projects wind up in court or die on the vine. Their website hasn't been updated since I started looking here and still publicizes projects that died long ago. That's why I have always had my doubts.

      Sorry to digress and combine several other thought on this thread but...

      Regarding the upcoming 10-K, I wouldn't be surprised to see royalty revenue that has no basis in fact but rather includes guesstimated royalty on a lot of what ifs(since none of this stuff is audited, anything goes). I would love for Valcom to say that they collected 50% of the past royalties due them but given how inept they've been, I'd be surprised if they collected 20% (which would equal almost $1 million). I would think that most of these "debtor" companies are telling Valcom to get lost or take them to court to collect the royalties. Much of like what Valcom is telling Smiteman to do with his bill.

      The inflated library appraisal fooled a lot of people and sucked them in. That trick only works once. They have to come up with a bigger story to get this stock moving again.

      Just my opinion. Read it as entertainment value and make your own decisions.

    • First off, I meant to say Sylvana's buys were at 1.2 to 1.3 cents (avererage), not 2.3 cents.

      No, your off by a factor of ten. I hadn't thought about it for a while but I heard about this on a different board and although I've always looked a "these tips", this is the first time I ever acted on one. I started buying above 1 cents (about a year ago?)and bought more into the drops.

      You talked about motivation on these boards, from where I sit it's fear, greed and anger.

      I hope you bought some at 3 cents and held to the double digits!

    • Harlo,

      So is it safe to say that at one point you owned over 20 million shares?

      People ask why I didn't get involved below 3 cents. The simple answer is I did not know about the stock until it got to 3 pennies and was pumped on another message board.. you can check the dates of my first posts.

      TP

    • I had very little left (a little over 10%) when it turned down and kept it because I always feared it may suddenly turn up again.

      Even when I was accumulating under a penny (based a lot Sylvana Manning's 25M purchases at about 2.3 cents), I liked what I saw. People will alway pay for entertainment no matter how bad the economy. The government will even subsidize it just for votes.

      I thought the run would top out at about 8 cents max, so to have sold the vast majority well above my projected top, even having left almost 3 cents on the table is accebtable. I did rise way faster and higher than I though it would.

      I've now accumulated more than I had before but don't flip anymore.

    • Harlo,

      I'm happy for you...really...at least you had the foresight to sell some stock....unlike others who rode it all the way up and rode it all the way back down without selling....but if you sold 2M shares in double digits, why didn't you bother to sell the rest at that point in time as well instead of riding it back down, especially with a sub penny cost basis?

      In other words, what were you thinking as you sold and booked profit and what was going thru your head as the stock plummeted and you held your unsold stock....

      Just curious...

      The stock, since i started following it (and trading it) has never moved upward based upon operating results...it been a PR based move every time..hence some boards begging Vince to issue more and more PR's.

      The psychology of this board is what keeps me entertained.

      <I flipped about 2M when it was in double digits and tucked away well over a 6 figure profit. Now own more than ever. My selling did not mean I don't like the stock, but...

      Stock goes up, and stock goes down. The best strategy is still to buy low and sell high.

      I see this going much higher. >

    • "I'm guessing you'll see"


      YES TIGERPAC, YOU ARE GUESSING....WHAT'S NEW...IT SEEMS THATS ALL YOU DO IS GUESS WORK.......

      just like you GUESSED WRONG on $GMCR

      *snickers*

    • Tiger,

      Discounting isn't about demographics at all, it's about marketing. Retailers discount to move slow selling products or to entice people into their shops.

      A 24/7 business will discount to sell the least desirable time slots.

      Just like the golf example, and golf is very localized also, you may tee off at night for $1.40, but during the day you'll be paying $75 to $80 green fees.

      I flipped about 2M when it was in double digits and tucked away well over a 6 figure profit. Now own more than ever. My selling did not mean I don't like the stock, but...

      Stock goes up, and stock goes down. The best strategy is still to buy low and sell high.

      I see this going much higher.

    • Good find.

      Never heard of the Roys but I don't follow bluegrass music.

      The bottom line will be how much money will it take Valcom to produce 13 episodes. Then how long will it take 120 of their stations to recoup the costs thru ad time.

      A recent sampling of a couple of Valcom stations in California revealed that advertisers could purchase 50 thirty second commercial spots for $250. Hopefully it's higher in other markets but I think this reflects the lack of viewership on these stations. I would imagine a 0.1 rating is a big number for these stations.

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      • >>>A recent sampling of a couple of Valcom stations in California revealed that advertisers could purchase 50 thirty second commercial spots for $250.<<<

        Of course you never say this unless you could support it, right?

      • "advertisers could purchase 50 thirty second commercial spots for $250"


        NO WONDER THIS IDIOT LOSES SO MUCH MONEY ON STOCKS!

        TIGERPAC IS SAYING THAT FOR $5 DOLLARS YOU CAN BUY A THIRTY SECOND COMMERCIAL SLOT!

        NO i KNOW YOU ARE A MORON, BUT THIS TAKES "DUMB AS A ROCK" TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL!

      • Hey Tigerpac, hows those $65 a share losses on $GMCR doing for you?

        I see you don't even post on the $GMCR boards anymore! lol! what gives! Are you so destroyed that you just post in stock forums YOU DON'T EVEN OWN????

        Try posting on GMCR boards, explain to everyone how in the good ol' days, the share price USED TO BE over $110 a share!! But then you could explain to everyone on the $GMCR boards how much money you have lost WHEN YOU HELD ONTO YOUR SHARES AFTER IT PLUMMETED TO LOW 40'S!!!

        UNLESS YOU SOLD FOR A HUGE LOSS, GOT DESTROYED(LOL) AND CANNOT EVEN LOOK AT THE NAME GREEN MOUNTAIN COFFEE! IS THAT WHY YOU POST IN STOCK FORUMS YOU DON'T EVEN OWN????

        LOL (:

        FOLKS, TIGERPACS "KNOWLEDGE" GOT HIM HUGE LOSSES. DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS IDIOT.

      • Tiger? You have any idea or opinion on why VLCO has been "gagged" on PRs or news, supposedly due to the management struggle within, yet, this news comes out, with a direct quote from Vince (CEO-President), announcing, endorsing and promoting this in the interest of VLCO?

        The silence from the company, and then this announcement, has me bewildered.