Bestow TV renders award-winning creations in a range of video media offerings. Bestow’s original offering, Creative Continuity, is a comic book/pop-culture interview show that opened the door to many more shows on the channel. Cos-Tunes embraces a cinematic approach in the presentation of amazing cosplays in montage form. Additional works include: ConRewind, Mr. Lobo Does, Troma Tour 5000, Creative Continuity's Bonus Content, Specials and so more!  Bestow TV records many of its programming from events, such as Dragon*Con, Wizard World Conventions, ReedPop shows  (New York Comic Con, C2E2 and more), Baltimore Comic Con, Katsucon, Otakon, Awesome Con, and Retro Con. Better TV. Best TV. Bestow TV.

  • The Classics

    • Creative Continuity S3
      Booker T

    • Creative Continuity S3
      Fred Pierce

    • Creative Continuity S3
      Henry Zebrowski & Craig Rowin

    • Creative Continuity S3
      Dave Willis & Casper Kelly

    • Bonus Content 2016
      Galactic Con

    • Creative Continuity S3

      Brad Neely, Daniel Weidenfeld & Dave Newberg

    • Creative Continuity S3
      Round Table Lin Shaye

    • Creative Continuity S3
      Lin Shaye

    • Creative Continuity Special
      Troma Tour 5000 part 4

    • Bonus Content 2016
      Katsucon

  • About Bestow TV

    So you want to know more about Bestow TV?

    Bestow TV was started and founded by Paul Sanders, as Bestow Productions in 2004, serving the Central Pennsylvania area their supply of local television commercials.

     

    An avid goer to comic conventions, his plan was to someday cross over both passions. In 2013 that became a reality with the series called Creative Continuity. The first season was hosted by journalism major Tommy Zimmer and first episodes shot at C2E2 in Chicago, Illinois. Also in that year a second show was added called Creative Continuity's Bonus Content (or Bonus Content for short). The "original" design for the show was to capture the convention feel at shows that Tommy was unable to attend. However, the show morphed into a cosplay highlight montage in later episodes.

    Vic's Transmissions: Eddie Satisfied circa 2006

    Produced by Bestow Productions

    The original homes to the two shows were mainly located at (the now defunct) Blip.tv as well as the original Bestow Productions YouTube channel.

     

    Season 2 of Creative Continuity saw 3 show hosts; Yana Aronova, Mark Aronov and Harold Gant. While Bonus Content double upped episodes from 6 to 9 episodes as well as finding it's first People's Telly Award at New York Comic Con.

     

    In 2015 Bestow TV was created to separate the commercial works of Bestow Productions from the independent web series work. Creative Continuity moved forward with a single host format with Harold Gant, before taking a hiatus. On the Bonus Content home front, increasing the episodes for the year by 7, while earning another People's Telly for New York Comic con as well as Retro Con. The entire 2015 Bonus Content got recognized by the Telly counsel.

     

    With Creative Continuity on hiatus for the year, a relaunch of Byte Sized Creative Continuity takes its place. They're re-edits of season 2 and 3 limiting the episode to one set of interviews instead of a pair - a format that'll carry over to season 4 of the main show.

     

    Photo credit: David Deventer

    Baltimore Comic Con 2014

    2016 is also the final year for Bonus Content, since the formula strayed away from it's original design. Its final year was a blow out, with a massive 24 episode list ending with a series finale looking back across the 4 year/53 convention span.

     

    2017 saw many new projects added to the channel. Cos-Tunes is a cosplay montage series focused on the look and feel of movie trailers. ConRewind is a quick, usuailly single subject, overview. Finally Mr. Lobo Does is a comedy series focusing on Cinema Insomnia's Mr. Lobo and his outsiders view on the world.

     

    With the new series Mr. Lobo has picked up hosting duties for a 4th season of Creative Continuity as well as a possible spin off called "Tour 5,000" - starting with Troma studios. He and Paul host a weekly podcast called Sleepless Knights of Insomnia.

    Photos credit: John Beatty

    Harrisburg Comiccon 2017

  • AWARDS & Honors

    Bestow Productions and Bestow TV participate in several international award competitions and film festivals bringing in over 20 placements, to date.

     

    2020 Videography

     

    2019 Videography

     

    2019 Photography

    • Honorable Mention - Bloomsburg Fair art show - Photo titled "Crime Syndicate"
    • Entrant - Bloomsburg Fair art show - Photo titled "Captain OSI74" (B&W version)
    • Entrant - Bloomsburg Fair art show - Photo titled "Fawn"
    • 1st place - Sunbury art show - Photo titled "Captain OSI74"
    • Entrant - Sunbury art show - Photo titled "Fawn"
    • Entrant - Sunbury art show - Photo titled "Cobra Command"
    • 1st place "People" category - Lewisburg art show - Photo titled "Crime Syndicate"
    • Honorable Mention "animal" category  - Lewisburg art show - Photo titled "Fawn"
    • Entrant - Lewisburg art show - Photo titled "Piebald Deer with Herd"

     

    2018 Photography

    • 1st place - Sunbury art show - Photo titled "Crime Syndicate"
    • Entrant - Sunbury art show - Photo titled "Spider-Man"
    • Entrant - Sunbury art show - Photo titled "Zero"

     

    2017 Videography

     

    2016 Videography

     

    2015  Videography

     

    2012 Videography

     

    2011 Videography

     

    2010 Videography

     

    2009 Videography

     

    2005 Videography

    • Certificate of Excellence - NEPA Addy Awards - "Get Noticed"

     

    2002 Videography

    • Most Innovative Producer in the Northeast District - Cox Communications

     

    2001 Videography

    • Academic Recognition - Art Institute of Philadelphia
      Academic teaching structure - Art Institute of Philadelphia - "Embarrassment"

     

    2000 Videography

    • Best of Quarter (Winter) - Art Institute of Philadelphia - "Where's the Care?"
    • Best of Quarter (Fall) - Art Institute of Philadelphia - "The Making of Redemption"
    • Nomination Best of Quarter (Winter) - Art Institute of Philadelphia - "The Audition"

     

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