Bay Area Beat TV is here to work with independent musicians, artists, and filmmakers to show case their craft on community television. Bay Area Beat TV's first broadcast aired in June of 2009 Al and Matt filmed over 700 videos until Bay Area Beat TV became a web based program on bayareabeattv.com in April 2016. Bay Area Beat TV was filmed at Marin TV we show cased Tito, Rev. Rebia, and Rebecca Roundman, and Home Brew 707.
As of April 2016 Bay Area Beat TV has been a web based program on bayareabeattv.com Projects before airing Bay Area Beat TV on Marin TV. Al Amis founded The Palm Gardens Blues Band and become Producer of Voodoo Hut Recording with his best friend Bobby Scoot aka Squid B Vicious in 1982. They did many projects in music recording and now doing podcasts with Voodoo Hut Recording. Al Amis majored in photo journalism from the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department.
Matthew Amis became a Segment Producer to Asia Powers at Comcast Community TV Marin Channel 31 from 1997 to 2009 Asia and Matthew Amis produced over 900 videos of her real estate cable show "The Good News Network". Matthew Amis did social media on all projects for Asia and also for Bay Area Beat TV.
Matt Amis majored in Cinema Production at College of Marin so did Matthew Amis's best friend Matt Brown. Mr. Brown majored in Cinema Production as well at LA City College. Mr. Amis and Mr. Brown best friends have weekly chats about cinema films, Biblebooks, and sports. They have supported each other by showing and obeying the golden rule to each other since 2007.
Matt Amis was part of the College of Marin Newspaper and won awards while on staff.
Matthew Amis is an Ordained Minister for the Universal Life Church he can direct weddings, baptismal services, and funerals all as a freelancer. Check out more about the Universal Life Church on the main website www.ulchq.com. Rev. Amis prayed with homeless clients with the Saint Vincent De Paul Society for 12 years and worked on a show about AA and NA recovery was a segment producer for Comcast Community TV. Pastor Matthew joined a weekly support group on compulsive food behaviors assisting these souls in recovery.
"Happy are those conscious of their spiritual need"-Matthew 5:3
Media and PR Contacts
Voodoo Hut Recording
Al Amis 415 328-8953
Bay Area Beat TV and Universal Life Church
Rev. Matthew Amis