An investigation by the Florida Attorney General, nor multiple complaints by businesses and towns wasn't enough for Media to discontinue discussions with "Today in America" producers. In fact, council elected to begin work with this group at a reported $19,800 for 5 minutes of video.
Media was led to believe the this town was uniquely picked as a special place that would be narrated by a well known celebrity, what it's getting is a costly, infrequently aired infomercial from a company with a track record of misleading vulnerable towns and businesses. Media has become the victim of a cleverly packaged sales pitch to people caught up in their own agendas.
It's no wonder why no one has heard or seen this show before.....just look at the airing schedule. No one would mistake this schedule as prime time hours. I wonder if it'll even be carried in the great Philadelphia viewing area where the target audience focus should be. Do you really think people in places like Oklahoma City and Evansville will like this infomercial so much that they'll come specifically to Media?
Did Media Borough council just spend ~$20k in taxpayer money on nothing more than Youtube videos?