Disabled and grassroots artists, showcasing their diverse musical styles and talents. But to achieve our goals, we need passionate and dedicated board members like you!
Are you someone who appreciates the timeless tunes of the 70's and also keeps up with the latest music trends?
Are you excited about making a meaningful impact in the music industry while supporting a noble cause? Join us as a board member and help us generate funds through engaging events and sponsorships.
At Innervision, we believe that music knows no boundaries. Our focus on podcasting extends our reach and allows
us to provide unique insights and perspectives to our listeners. As a board member, you'll play a crucial role in
booking artists for our podcasts and events, ensuring that the disabled and grassroots artists get the recognition they deserve.
Your involvement will go beyond just administrative tasks. You'll also be on the ground, using your creativity to design
captivating MP3 covers and t-shirts. Capture the magic of our events by taking pictures and recording videos with your phone,
allowing us to share these memorable moments with our community.
Additionally, your organizational skills will be put to use as you coordinate volunteers and man our tables during events.
While at it, you'll collect valuable contacts and emails, connecting with college radio stations, stores, and restaurants,
persuading them to play our artists' music or feature our internet station, KINV-DB Innervision FM.
As our secretary during our monthly phone call conference meetings, you'll help keep us organized and on track with our goals.
Managing our YouTube and Facebook accounts, as well as handling newsletters and Mail Chimp, will be essential in spreading the word about our impactful initiatives.
But that's not all! Your expertise will also be required to send out grant proposals and seek potential businesses interested
in sponsoring our radio station. With your assistance, we can secure the necessary resources to keep Innervision thriving.
If you're excited about supporting the blind community and empowering disabled and grassroots artists through the business
of music and podcasting, we invite you to learn more about us on this site and www.innervisionFM.com.
Together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of blind musicians and redefine the world of music and podcasting.
Join us at Innervision and be a part of this remarkable journey. Let's make a difference, one melody at a time!
Johnnie talks about the history of Innervision.
Innervision has taught the business of music to 672 blind, disabled and grass-roots musical artists and podcasters.
In the last three of our 29 years as a nonprofit, our clients have produced 17 LP’s that have streamed thousands of times created or joined 575 bands,
performed in hundreds of festivals and live shows, produced thousands of radio, podcast and TV shows!
As far as earning a living, Innervision has been able to book our artists at Taste of Colorado, bars and restaurants, high schools,
1510 KDKO, KCFR, KGNU, 560 KLZ, Denver Comcast 56 TV, where our clients have generated thousands of dollars through being showcased over the last three years.
Innervision impact to the lives of four of our clients:
DJ Mattern, who is a singer song writer, has started her own recording studio and vocal training studio.
Mike Johnson produced three LP that have over ten thousand streams.
Saylor Cooper, our afternoon DJ, has started his own station and is earning sales revenue.
Allen Colvin, co-hosts three times a week on KINV-DB Innervision FM podcast, where there are 1,700 subscribers.
And, Denver Media Comcast 56 TV show has 26,000 viewers!
These are just some of our achievements since 1993 with Innervision Incorporation as a nonprofit.
Innervision teaches the business of music and radio
As experts in being a stepping stone to your music career, it is our job to give you the tools to be successful with your gift as artists. We do this by inviting speakers who are experts in their field: and through the Q&A you the artist can find out firsthand what steps to take for your success.
In the past we have presented topics on booking, how to choose the right recording studio, marketing your music, copyrights, tax laws that effect musicians, how to get air time on radio stations, mastering songs, and how to receive royalties through live shows.
Speaking of live shows, from time to time Innervision holds showcases of artists where we make sure you get paid by effective fan promotion, giving you leaflets to pass out to your fans as we provide the location to shine the light on your music!
Innervision also offers our members several ways to showcase members' talents through our three podcast shows where we air your music and interview you. Just come into our in-house studio and watch us give you the star treatment!
Don’t live in Colorado? No problem. Innervision can skype, or use your phone. Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to sign up for your prerecorded interview.
Innervision FM is also in the business of teaching accessible radio broadcasting & podcasting; either in a class room set up of five students, or one on one over skype/phone.
Innervision offers classes in mic technique, producing music shows, audio editing, writing copy, producing spots and giving you a platform on our Innervision FM shows to host segments.
Yes, we work with disabled and blind artists, and we also work with grass-root musical artists who have no disabilities: as our funds are limited we rely on your donations and membership to our nonprofit!
Support Independent Music
Innervision is a nonprofit for disabled and grass-roots musicians in the community of Denver, Colorado.
We depend on the public's donations to keep the recording studio, radio and TV shows running.
Innervision is a public, non-profit organization dedicated to educating, recording, producing and
performing of musical artists. Artists are primarily those who are disabled grass-roots and/or disadvantaged.
Innervision, Inc. dedicates time to produce weekly television programs that focus on disability issues.
Our goal is to: emphasize individual abilities, promote personal and professional growth and encourage
involvement in the performing arts and informational television broadcasting for all community members
regardless of race, sex, age, disability, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or economic background.
Your sponsorship will affirm your commitment to the local community and allow for the continued growth
of the arts and disabled community in general.
We thank you in advance for your generous support.
Innervision Staff and Volunteers:
Johnnie Johnson, President and Executive Director:
Producer of podcasts and quality control of overall sound of Innervision FM.
Natalya Johnson, Vice President: Website Content Photographer and Volunteer Coordinator.
Peter Van Pelt, Board Member:
Website Developer, Editor and Secretary.
Brian Roberson, Board Member:
Christian Brothers Moving Company - Owner, JC Grounds Café Music Venue - Owner and Manager.
Debbie Chin, Board Member:
Curious Coffee, Restaurant Business Owner.
Alfonso Simental, Board Member:
Recording Engineer, Producer, Musician.
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