To celebrate the new partnership, a live webcast of Houston rapper Fat Tony performing from an undisclosed rooftop downtown against the amazing view of the skyline will be streamed on the VuHaus website on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016 starting at 5:00 p.m.
Boulder, CO (November 28, 2016) – VuHaus is proud to announce the addition of Houston Public Media as its newest affiliate. VuHaus, the music discovery video platform for public media, is a growing network of public media organizations who share a common mission to support emerging and local artists, and to introduce their music to new audiences. VuHaus content originates from the country’s most trusted radio tastemakers.
Houston Public Media will join public radio stations WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, KXT in Dallas, WXPN in Philadelphia, KEXP in Seattle, KDHX in St. Louis, opbmusic in Portland, KUTX in Austin, KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City, Mountain Stage of West Virginia Public Broadcasting, and Vermont Public Broadcasting, along with WGBH in Boston.
“We are excited to embark in this partnership with VuHaus, not only to support our local artists and give them greater exposure, but also to introduce our audiences to new emerging artists across the country,” said Joshua Adams, executive director of operations of Houston Public Media.
Houston Public Media’s Skyline Sessions will be curating a Houston channel [Vuhaus.com/Houston] on the VuHaus platform. Skyline Sessions showcases exceptional music performances by artists based in Houston and beyond. The state-of-the-art George B. Geary Performance Studio, located just southeast of downtown Houston, hosts musicians in an intimate setting with an emphasis on capturing the unique experience of live studio recording. In addition, and as a celebration of Houston Public Media joining VuHaus, a live webcast will be streamed on VuHaus on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016 starting at 5:00 p.m. CT. The show will feature Houston rapper Fat Tony performing from a rooftop downtown. Watch it live here.
“Houston has a rich and diverse music scene,” comments Mark Abuzzahab, VuHaus’ Program Director. “We are thrilled to welcome Houston Public Media and their Skyline Sessions to VuHaus and to share their artists on a larger, national stage.”
(This post was taken from a release sent to me by Houston Public Media)