Catherine and John Cappello have launched the “Start Me Up TV Show,” the first episode of which debuted in Radnor Studio 21 in Wayne on March 18.
Radnor Studio 21 is the Radnor Township public access television station, airing on Comcast and Verizon cable channel 21. Radnor Studio 21 is a 501(c)(3), non-profit corporation.
According to Catherine, the main goal of the new show is to help entrepreneurs get their product or service on an audience-driven live crowdfunding television program.
So far, four shows have been aired.
“It is so much fun meeting people and finding out about their interests and ambitions,” Catherine said.
Catherine is an experienced administrator with 25 years of business experience. She is also the lead person to form and coordinate the various aspects of this television venture.
She and John were inspired to create “Start Me Up TV” due to her father’s love of the television show “Shark Tank.” He thought it would be great if there was a television program that featured audience participation and that would allow people to call in and buy products that they wanted to crowdfund.
Catherine looked all over the Internet and found Radnor Studio 21, which gave her the opportunity to start her show.