Spirit Show Network

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Spirit Show Network
AvailabilityWorld Wide Web at SpiritShow.TV
HeadquartersBurbank, California
OwnerShinca Entertainment
Claudia Hallowell Entertainment
Key people
Launch date
2012; 9 years ago (2012)
Official website

Spirit Show Network is an American television network and streaming television network that is a joint venture established by Shinca Entertainment and Claudia Hallowell Entertainment in Los Angeles in 2012.


In 2012, Spirit Show Network was initially formed to distribute original reality television contents that were created and produced by Shinca Pictures and Claudia Hallowell Entertainment featuring celebrities, activists, artists & galleries, fashion designers, musicians and music producers, actors and nonprofit organizations by interviewing them from various areas such as fashion, art, music, love and Earth. Those shows were all hosted by TED Talk (TED- Technology, Entertainment and Design) speaker and producer Nia Lyte, and producer and writer Claudia Hallowell, and directed by Jay Lee from Sony Pictures' Zombie Strippers (2008).


Spirit Show Network operations begun distributing its original reality television show titled Spirit Fashion Show to KCTV Los Angeles airing on Channel 3 on Charter Cable once a week starting from September 17, 2012 for six straight weeks. The show featured famous fashion designers such as Sue Wong, Ximena Valero, Mike Vensel, Sarah Nami Ahn, Octavio Carlin, Henry Duarte, Thai Nguyen and others who showcased their fashions at Los Angeles Fashion Week in Los Angeles, California in 2012.[1]

In 2013, Spirit Show Network launched its official website channel at SpiritShow.TV to distribute other series of original reality television show such as the following;

Spirit Art Show (2013), featuring artist & galleries from Los Angeles empowering people to live a creative life with the World-famous Artist Leonardo Da Vinci grand unveiling of "Horse & Rider" at the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, the famous Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach, California with live actors replicating world-famous paintings, Leroy Hallowell, Mark Strickland, Carlos Molina, ACE Gallery, Lab Art, Museum of Latin American Art, Sand sculptures and others;

Spirit Music Show (2013) about connecting in depth with musicians and the people involved in making music and focuses on their unique gifts and talents, the spirit and soul of their music and the messages they bring to the world through interviews and experiencing the rhythm and sounds of their music. The show features an Emmy Award-winning music producer Scott Liggett, a famous music producer Jason Goldman, a film music composer Erich Bulling from Dirty Dancing (1987) and Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (2004), a singer and WWE wrestler Brandon Gatson and others;

Spirit Love Show (2013) about exploring what love is to people of all ages: children, teenagers, adults and people who have been married for over half a century. Through interviews, the show will find what love means to individuals and couples in all walks of life as well as people of different cultures and showcase what individuals, couples, groups and companies are doing to express love in the world to bring hope and inspiration. The show features David Marciano, The Jeffrey Foundation, Reins of H.O.P.E. and others.

Spirit Earth Show (2013) about how Earth nurtures our spirits and souls and takes care of us and how we can in turn take care of our precious Earth, featuring many related organizations, including Wildlife WayStation, Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, Pachamama Alliance and The STAR Eco Station and exploring what celebrities and the unsung heroes of the world are doing that brings a positive spirit to Earth that may be through caring for animals and nature, or it may be how people are reaching out to others in the smallest ways globally.

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  1. ^ "Fashion: "Spirit Fashion L.A.," New TV/Web Series Highlighting Inner Beauty of Fashion Premieres on KCTV LA on 9/17". The Indie Hotspot.

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