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ReporTV Continues Strong Viewership



In March 2012 Walking Horse Report launched ReporTV, a partnership of live streams, highlight and educational videos with Dean Johnson Video.  The launch included video of over 20 shows in 2012 including The Celebration.  The addition of ReporTV, a free service to visitors, to the Walking Horse Report web site allowed complete coverage of shows including results, judges’ cards and now videos of the performances.

Since its launch last year, over 200,000 videos have been played by visitors of ReporTV.  “We have been overwhelmed with the response of our customers to this service.  We wanted to offer visitors of our site a complete experience and ReporTV has been a huge asset in accomplishing that goal,” said Publisher Jeffrey Howard.

The strong viewership has continued in 2013 with ReporTV coverage of The National Trainers’ Show, Mississippi Charity and International Performance show.  In the month of March almost 20,000 videos were watched from the Trainers’ Show and Mississippi Charity.  In the week of April 1-7, over 5,000 videos were played by visitors of the Report’s web site.  The top video that week was class 107, the championship class at the Mississippi Charity with 301 plays.

The 2013 schedule of ReporTV includes approximately 25 horse shows.  Visit ReporTV to see victory passes from completed horse shows.

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