Thursday, May 24, 2012

An ASMR Themed Television Segment to air Soon

Last year we had an ASMR-themed radio broadcast. This year so far we’ve had talk of an ASMR documentary which has cropped up at least on two separate occasions. There was even word of a dedicated ASMR radio station. That last one happened by the way.

So I found out on ASMR Radio’s Facebook group the other day that there is in fact a member there who has her own TV show. And she gave a few scant details of what she has in mind. She would like people who experience ASMR to appear live as guests on an episode of the TashaTasha show, which will begin airing in June 2012 on Inland Empire's Public Access channel. But if people aren’t willing to do this, she says that callers will also be welcomed. The show will mainly be about people and their experiences with ASMR, how people go about creating trigger videos, and more.

Anybody looking to get a hold of Latasha, the lady in question, should visit ASMR Radio’s Facebook group, and look her up. Then send her a private message using Facebook for details. Otherwise you can also check out her website and send her an email with any questions you might have. She also hosts on ASMR Radio, so expect an announcement of sorts on there at some point if it hasn’t all ready happened.

I do hope that more details about the show will surface over time, and it would be great if we could all tune in to watch. That would be fantastic!

Update: I got in touch with Latasha and she gave me further details on the show. The segment will run for about 15 minutes. In addition to trigger video makers and ASMR experiencers, she also hopes to get a medical professional on the show to, to get his or her opinion on the subject. The end goal is to raise awareness and to drive more traffic to YouTube and ASMR Radio. The show will also be available to watch on YouTube in addition to running live on Latasha’s cable station.

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