American Senior TV Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 19, 2011 -- American Senior TV announces Sex & the Senior series

American Senior TV host/co-producer Kerry Glusovich reports Sex and the Senior series will address everyday questions and challenges, as well as personal feedback from single and married couples. Series will be taped with live audiences and explored in panel discussions. Myths, facts, quality vs. quantity, medical and health concerns are some of the topics which will be covered in the series. Medical professionals and counselors will offer their incite and contribute to the dialogue. Statistics reported by major health organizations and television networks indicate that over 85 percent of married men and nearly 90 percent of married women age 60 and older enjoy sex regularly. Statistics do show these numbers reduce significantly for seniors over the age of 80.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 10, 2011 -- Commodores tell American Senior TV about Salute to King of Pop

During an appearance on American Senior TV, The Commodores tell host Kerry Glusovich that moments before they were to go onstage at a UK concert, they were told Michael Jackson had just died. Without consciously preparing it, when they broke into their Grammy award winning song, Nightshift, they changed the opening words to "Michael, Michael..." The hit song had previously been a dedication to Marvin Gaye and Jackie Wilson. The crowd went wild with a mix of grief and joy at the news. Because of the international response, The Commodores later recorded a new version of the song, this time as a dedication to Michael Jackson. During their appearance on American Senior TV, The Commodores told the story of how their monster hit, Brick House was written while they slept. Original member Willam "Wak" King was given the task to finish the lyrics, but he fell asleep, not completing them. When he awoke, they were lying on his chest. Finished. Best lyrics I’ve ever wrote – sleeping. Truth is, his wife had completed them. After 40 years, The Commodores continue to sell out concerts around the world – still working the Nightshift.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 12, 2011 -- American Senior TV Host Kerry Glusovich Salutes Fitness Legend Jack LaLanne with Annual Lifetime Achievement Award

In celebration of Jack LaLanne's 96th birthday, American Senior TV host Kerry Glusovich presented the Godfather of Fitness its' "Annual Lifetime Achievement Award." LaLanne opened the nation's first modern health studio in1936, and began experimenting with weights. At the time, doctors, trainers and coaches were adamantly against it. Today, it's routinely used by athletes. LaLanne also developed the first prototypes of exercise equipment, now a standard in health spas. As a television pioneer in the early 1950's, the Jack LaLanne Show was launched, and was an instant nationwide hit. Throughout his career, which spans over 80 years, LaLanne has accomplished countless athletic feats. In 1984, he swam from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman's Wharf - handcuffed, shackled and towing a 1000 pound boat. LaLanne was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2002. A prolific author and sought-after lecturer, LaLanne continues to travel the world spreading his gospel message to "get out of your chair, work out and feel better."

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 30, 2010 -- American Senior TV host Kerry Glusovich interviews author Gary Hall about his new book "Baseball Legends & Legacies"

American Senior TV host Kerry Glusovich interviews author Gary Hall about his new book, "Baseball Legends & Legacies." Former San Francisco Giant star second baseman, Tito Fuentes joins in the discussion. The book contains 24 page turner chapters narrated and written by the famous players, managers, umpires and announcers from the magical era of the 1960's and 1970's. The book also features chapters from 10 Hall of Fame players, including Vida Blue, Orlando Cepeda, Juan Marichal and Al Kaline sharing their unique major league memories. Chapters from Hall of Fame managers such as Sparky Anderson and Dick Williams, reveal some of the inside baseball stories that only a major league manager can tell. Author Gary Hall was careful not to omit the other Hall of Famers who call the games and make the calls - the announcers and the umpires. For fans and non-fans of baseball, "Baseball Legends & Legacies," is a must read.

Available at amazon.com, www.baseballlegendsandlegacies.com, with a link at americansenior.tv.

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