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TV25 offers help for area small businesses impacted by COVID-19

Do you own a business in the Topeka, Lawrence or Kansas City area that has been impacted by the coronavirus shutdowns? TV25 wants to help.

If you have a 30 or 60 second commercial, TV25 will air it for the next 30 days at no charge. TV25 spokespersons say your ad will likely air at least 300 times, to their audience of 2.9 million TV25 viewers who are shut in at home watching more TV than ever before.

READ: Kansas set to reopen in phases as some restrictions remain


Don’t have an ad? You can just use your phone to record a 30 second message about what services you are offering and how people can get in touch with you. It’s that easy.

The coverage area for TV25 includes the greater Topeka, Lawrence and Kansas City area.

TV25 offers 12 premium cable-like channels, plus Biz TV and YOUtoo America, and an always-growing Video on Demand library.

There are also locally produced shows like Drive-Inn Movie Maniacs, Real Estate Masters and The Country Parson.

TV25 calls itself a thrifty alternative to expensive cable TV service. A one-time antenna purchase of less than $20 could save you thousands on cable bills. There are over 50 free over-the-air channels in this area for those who choose not to subscribe to cable or satellite TV.

You can also watch TV25 using your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer.

For more information or any questions you may have, email B@TV25.tv for more details, or visit www.tv25.tv. You can also visit their facebook page here.

–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice

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