Saturday, June 13, 2009

Vietlish Media - On TVS (Sydney)

TVS segment of Vietlish on the Tuesday 16th of June and 23rd of June 8.30pm.
TVS can be tuned in analog. It is above channel 10 and 0/28.
Maria Tran /
Supporting Director
Rumble Pictures/ Vietlish Entertainment
Australia's First Kung Fu Feature Film - "Maximum Choppage: Round 2"

Kung Fu TV Series "Downtown Rumble" Online Now!
Maria is also the seasonal goddess Mrs Apple for 2009
TVS - A Different View
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With the aid of our powerful analogue transmitter at Gore Hill our coverage stretches the length and breadth of Sydney, with reports of clear reception from locations as far south as Wollongong, in the lower Blue Mountains and on the Central Coast.
ANGLE is unique in Sydney - a show exclusively made by students of the UWS School of Communication Arts. Students present the show and fill ALL technical roles.
ANGLE is YOUR show on TVS, striving to foster a sense of community in Western Sydney.
From soccer programs for refugee children to the birthing problems of young mothers, ANGLE sheds light on what is important to people.
ANGLE interviews Jack Thompson on the arts in Western Sydney, UWS Professor Ien Ang on multicultural society, Betty Green of Domestic violence, and many more...
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