“24 in the OC”

by Bryan on March 19, 2010

24 in the OC

“24 in the OC”

with host Bryan Elliott, airs daily on Orange County’s PBS station KOCE and features what’s hot in Orange County.

Get an inside look behind the scenes at some of the top companies & organizations in the OC- and the people who are doing things that matter.  Hear their unique stories, how they are making a difference and keys to success.

We’ll also feature the latest and greatest in gadgets and technology, the best in food & entertainment, inspiring up-in-coming entrepreneurs and more!

A personal note:

I am excited to announce the launch of this new TV show. No offense to the “Housewives” but with so much happening in the OC, I have felt for a long time that Orange County is largely under-served-so I decided to do something about it.

This also is not your father’s stuffy business show with talking heads in a studio discussing balance sheets and government policies-there are enough shows on PBS like that now!

“24 in the OC” takes you out of a temperature controlled studio on location and will feature great stories including the top brands, organizations and people that make Orange County one of the best places to in the world to live and do business.

We’re shooting episode 2 now featuring Wing Lam, Founder of OC’s famous Wahoo’s Fish Taco, local success story Matt Ford, owner of Rock n Road Cyclery, and fast-growing University California Irvine

If you think you or your company would be great on the show, you can make a post on our Facebook Wall or LinkedIn Group page letting us know or contact me directly.


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April 1, 2010 at 10:51 am

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Tyler Jorgenson March 19, 2010 at 3:49 pm

This is fantastic. I hope to be able to catch some episodes.

Mirna Bard March 21, 2010 at 11:03 am

Bryan, is this a new show for you, congrats! I can’t wait to tune in!

Scott Smith March 21, 2010 at 7:45 pm

Yet another great idea by Mr. Elliott!

Hugh McKee March 22, 2010 at 3:35 pm

Congrats, OC is so underserved by the networks, unless something major is heppening, i.e storm watch, or earthquake. With 2 major sports teams, several major Universities and hundreds of companies that make OC the place to work and live, we always seem to get overshadowed by LA news

Megan Enloe March 22, 2010 at 3:59 pm

Great show idea Bryan. Can we assume you will be putting this up as a video podcast for those of us who find ourselves in front of an ipod or computer screen much more often than a TV screen?

David Vallejo March 22, 2010 at 9:09 pm

Congrats, sounds like a great idea. We would love to be featured. As a matter of fact we are the first and only “roast to order” coffee roaster in Orange County. We have two locations (Laguna Hills and Costa Mesa) each with two on site roasters. We are developing quite a loyal following from among the coffee enthusiasts in and arround Orange County and we are known for both quality and freshness. I would be happy to provide you and your team with a full behind the scenes look at our coffee opperation from green coffee seed to delicous beverage!

I look forward to hearing from you.


David Vallejo ))
Javatinis Coffee c[_]

Bryan March 22, 2010 at 10:30 pm

Yep, we’ll get there too…

CoachDeb April 1, 2010 at 6:07 pm

oooh! Can’t Wait to see this show on TV!
you’re on to something that’ll go viral & get talked about all over the OC

not to mention, give the OC a better brand, compared to the Housewives show that’s currently branding the OC in a “not so great light” when it comes to the real people that are making a difference in the community, in business and in life.

You GO Bryan!

Marc Gabriel April 3, 2010 at 7:31 am

Orange County Gourmet Food Trucks
The Who, Where,and what is this all about……..Social Media at it’s best!

Marc Gabriel
Brooklyn Boys Delt

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