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Revolutionary Internet TV Channel Goes Live

Revolutionary Internet TV Channel Goes Live

RICHMASTERY is leading the way on the web.

The innovative national company has today (Wednesday, September 6, 2006) announced the launch of its own exclusive internet television channel.

Richmastery TV

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Richmastery TV, which is set to air for the first time today, is dedicated to providing up-to-date tips and essential advice for real estate investors throughout New Zealand and indeed the world!

This exciting new online venture will not be based in any studio.

Richmastery TV will be searching out real estate investing success stories, deals with a twist and looking for intriguing and previously never seen interviews.

This is no soap-opera – it’s gritty, real, down in the trenches stuff where those who tune in can expect to see leading investors, mini series and seasoned real estate experts sharing, cutting edge tactics, top tips and the actual processes they have used to generate their real estate wealth.

Richmastery TV cameras will go where mainstream media does not and will dig deep to provide unique insights and value to Richmastery’s important niche market of NZ real estate investors.

Many episodes will also be followed by live web chats with featured investors and experts allowing viewers a truly interactive experience with the opportunity to ask questions and gain even more valuable knowledge.

Richmastery TV is an investor’s weekly, visual manual, and is the first learning tool of its type for real estate investors in New Zealand.

Company director, Phil Jones, said: “This is a continuation of the new and innovative ways in which Richmastery has always sought to empower its customers.

“We see the launch of Richmastery TV through our website as an important step to equip more New Zealanders with better quality information so they can secure better investing results themselves,” he said.

“Each weekly episode can be viewed at the customer’s leisure from the comfort of any computer at any time - this is relevant TV on demand, when you want it, about the things that matter to NZ property investors,”added Mr Jones.

Richmastery TV episodes, can be easily accessed through the new-look Richmastery website at

Viewers can watch at least the first five minutes of each weekly episode, which is approximately 30mins long for FREE.

Full access to the library of archived episodes as well as the each new weekly show is available from as little as $9.99 (if purchased as part of the Executive Membership Package) or $39.95 per month on casual month by month basis.

There is also an option for those who prefer to watch Richmastery TV on DVD to purchase episodes on discs which will be mailed direct to their door for just $19.95.

Richmastery TV

Expand Your Thinking - See Your Potential


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