Indian Reservation Becomes Tourist Destination

‘Raw Travel’ Preps Third Season Production

AIM Tell-A-Vision Group (AIM TV) said today that its syndicated Raw Travel is a “firm go” for season 3 and is kicking off production in June with the “Great North American Road Trip — Western Frontier”. The indie produced adventure travel series is currently in its second season. Season 3 looks to be its most […]

AIM Tell-A-Vision’s ‘Raw Travel’ A Go For Season 3

Syndicated travel show Raw Travel from AIM Tell-A-Vision will be distributed for its third season this fall by Bright-Line, a newly formed distribution company from former Warner Bros. executive Jacqueline Hartley and former NBCUniversal executive Nancy Cook. Raw Travel is currently cleared in 86% of television homes on stations that include Fox TV Stations’ MNT […]

‘Raw Travel’ Enter Season 2 With Greater Coverage

AIM Tell-A-Vision Group announced today that its syndicated Raw Travel will debut its second season this weekend in more than 113 cities representing 85% of the U.S. That’s an increase over its freshman season, driven by an additional 40 markets to its affiliate list including Washington, Cleveland, San Diego, Baltimore, Richmond, Honolulu and Dayton, Ohio.  […]

AIM TV Clears ‘Raw Travel’ For Second Season

AIM Tell-A-Vision Group (AIM TV) says its their latest production Raw Travel has been cleared for a second season of syndication this fall. The show’s new season will debut on TV stations in more than 100 markets nationwide, representing over 80% of U.S. homes this October.   In addition to several mid-season additions in Season 1, […]

‘Raw Travel’ Getting International Distribution

The weekly Raw Travel from independent syndicator AIM Tell-A-Vision has partnered with London-based Off the Fence to handle international distribution for the show, which is expected to return for a second season this fall. Raw Travel is executive produced and hosted by AIM Tell-A-Vision founder Robert Rose. On the half-hour show, Rose travels to foreign […]


This Is No Time To Take The Weekends Off

On Saturday and Sundays, many TV stations are sticking to the script of network sports, news and public affairs, repeats of weekday programs and paid programming — way too much paid programming. It isn’t offering anything to viewers or long-term prospects. But if you’re smart, you can use weekends to broaden appeal and differentiate yourself from the pack.

‘Raw Travel’ To Debut In Syndication This Fall

AIM TV announces key distribution agreements covering over 50% of U.S. homes, including stations in New York, Chicago and San Francisco.

‘Raw Travel’ Packed, Ready To Go This Fall

Producer/syndicator AIM TV says that its new weekly half-hour travel show has been cleared in more than 50% of the nation’s TV homes and that it expects that percentage will grow to more than 60% by the time it debuts this fall. Outlets for Raw Travel in the top 10 markets include Fox’s WNYW/WWOR New […]