Each month we pick two people from the e-mail list to receive a free CD.
Concerts & Contests
August 5, Noon to 9:00pm: Cedric Pride Entertainment presents: "A Hot Summer Night" old school concert.
Nataliya, some blind friends, Sweet G, Warren and Verna my brother and sister are planning to be there and if you want tickets at a reduce price, “in-box me, before August 3, Innervision just may have the hook up!!!
For more info about the line up go here You don't want to miss this.
Call to Action KINV-DB Innervision FM
Request, donate and win!
Have you ever formatted a positive radio station run by blind DJ’s?
Here is your chance to leave your request: donate and win. When you hear your song and name,
you will win a KINV-DB Innervision FM T-Shirt!
(Only for donations starting at $25 or above)
Get a shout out from one of our DJ’s and enter into
our drawing to win tickets to your favorite Innervision artist’s concert!
Email requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Include your first and last name, t-shirt size, birthday/age, and zip code.
$5, Your name and song will be heard between 10:00pm to 12:00am
$10, Your name and song will be heard between 8:00pm to 1:00pm
$15, Your name and song will be heard between 6:00pm to 8:00pm
$25, Your name and song will be heard between 4:00pm to 6:00pm
$30, Your name and song will be heard between 1:00pm to 4:00pm
$50, Your name and song will be heard between 8:00am to 10:00am
Donate and request as many times as you like and at the end of this month the top donation and
request will win a free zoom concert of that artist for you and your friends!
Even Me goes into production.
One Million Dollar Fundraiser!
Innervision is raising funds to re-film the 1991 movie, Even Me: produced and written by Johnnie Johnson!
Back then Innervision hired disabled actors mixed with able-bodied actors.
Now we want to update this one-of-a-kind feature for a new audience.
Please fill free to donate any amount you can afford starting at $25.00.
As we hired disabled and blind actors in our first movie, we will do so in this new version.
But don’t worry able-bodied actors and musicians, we will not discriminate.
We love all people and want you to join us in writing, acting, filming and producing the new 2024 sound track for Even Me!
This is how we want to bless the supporters and donors of independent films created through our nonprofit Innervision!
$25: A CD sound track from the Even Me movie!
$50: an Even Me T-Shirt!
$100: an Even Me T-shirt and a part as an extra in our movie!
$250: a chance to be chosen to act as the TV host!
$500: You will have a chance to be invited to an after-party with the new cast of Even Me and some of the original cast!
$1000: autographed picture of the cast as well as the five previous premiums
If you have not seen the 1991 "Even Me" movie here it is:
DENVER MAYOR'S AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE
IN ARTS & CULTURE
Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Denver Arts & Venues and the Denver Commission on Cultural Affairs are pleased to announce the winners
of the 2021 Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in Arts & Culture. Presented since 1986, the Mayor’s Awards for Excellence in Arts & Culture
recognize programs, individuals and organizations that make significant and lasting contributions to the arts.
Impact Award: Innervision - Through live and recorded performances and vocational training in many aspects of the entertainment industry,
Innervision promotes personal services to aspiring broadcasters with disabilities.
Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Award: Color of Conversation - Floyd and Stephanie Rance have produced
"The Color of Conversation," a highly successful film series through which they amplify the voices of the African American, Latino and LBGTQIA+
communities through purposeful conversations and thought-provoking films.
Innovation Award: Edgar L. Page - Edgar L. Page comes from traditions celebrating the African Diaspora and legacies of Black Modern Dance.
He centralizes on storytelling and narration in his work.
Youth Award: Pop Culture Classroom - Pop Culture Classroom works with schools, youth-serving organizations, museums and many other partners
to offer innovative arts education programming.
Give your feedback, send requests and music submissions.
As we build from two days a week, moving into a 5 and 7 day, 24 hours a day podcast;
we are looking for DJ’s to voice tracks and some to do their show live from their house.
We are also looking for technical people to volunteer behind the scenes.
To raise money to run Innervision FM we need to find people who will find underwriting sources or businesses to buy blocks of time.
We are also looking for artists to sponsor radio spots to promote your concerts and events!
As we grow financially we hope to pay our grant writers, sales people, accountant, management, web person, technical people and announcers.
For the first six months or more all positions will be volunteer, so as you have time to help we greatly appreciate your time and expertise.
We'd like to thank Afton events for booking Dreamland Muzik at The Roxy; Reflection and Fingers T at Mercury Café; Saturday Fundraiser
& Sunday Gospel Show Case, KC and Friends at Roadhouse Bar and Grill; Coupstick at Herman Hideaway BBQ jam.
We might not be listed on the billboard as head liners, but we loved working with all the abled-bodied musical artists and making sure our
artists were included in an equitable light.
Even when the pandemic had most of us afraid of being near each other, through zoom and other platforms, we artists found creative ways to
bring you, our fans, our music!
Innervision FM TV show airs on Denver Comcast 56: