Honor Valor Courage Corporation
HVCC Broadcasting Television Networks & Events
HVCC BROADCASTING AND TELEVISION NETWORKS is a DIVIISION OF HONOR VALOR COURAGE CORPORATION and handles all our broadcasting and television programs around the world.
Mr. Butts Chairman of Honor Valor Courage Corporation and Executive Direct of HVCC Broadcasting and Television Networks has a very deep history in the development of Broadcasting and Television
Mr. Butts developed Digital Media Broadcasting Corporation into the first fiber Television Broadcasting Company. Delivering full televised sports over a fiber backbone. This was done with Lockheed Martin, SAVVIS Communications and Edge Technologies. The engineers from all three companies said it could not be done. Lockheed Martin provided 14,000 square feet of office space at the facility in Reston Va. and supported the backend development of the network. SAVIS engineers provided fiber engineering and head end connectivity and transport from their Weehawken, NJ data port. Edge Technologies provided the software integration and DMBC provided the broadcasting technology and uplinks. The Company began on the project on January 4, 2008, and did its first live broadcast on March 4, 2008, at the Jefferson Cup Soccer matches in Richmond VA. Proving Mr. Butts’ theory that you can change “situations, conditions and environments, but you can’t change people” and “you can’t operate in opposite of your most dominate thought”. The engineers were put in a changed situation, condition and environment, with the right dominate thought that they could do it and they did, in only two months.
Mr. Butts developed Digital Media Broadcasting Corporation, to deliver major content. This included signing a contract to broadcast the 2008 WNIT basketball tournament. The finals from Notre Dame, with Notre Dame University against Ohio State University. This was a major undertaking due to not knowing where the finals would be held until the day before the game. ESPN, COMCAST and FOX all turned the broadcast down because of this, but DMBC signed the agreement, provided the broadcast including, full color commentary and sideline interviews. Mr. Butts negotiated a deal with COMCAST to carry the game without editing by COMCAST on their networks delivered it to 28 million viewers. This was the only time COMCAST ever delivered a non-edited broadcast from another channel.
Mr. Butts also was the first to broadcast the A1 Grand Pix races from around the world including Mexico and Morocco over a live satellite to fiber network delivery with DMBC and SAVVI at 695 kbs. The A-1 Grand Pix Racing Program was owned by the Emir of Dubai and DMBC had the broadcasting rights to the races.
In 2008, he developed several interactive networks to take advantage of the explosion in the video social media markets. Mr. Butts developed the first sports direct select network, where you can select the player you wish to watch or car the car you wish to ride in. This was developed for a program for the NBA and also Hooters Racing. At the time Hooters and JackaRoo Steak Sauce had a thirty race schedule circuit and wanted to develop a way to attract new customers to their restaurants. Mr. Butts developed a network allowing customers to watch inside any of the thirty-nine cars in the race while seated at a table in a Hooters Restaurants.
Mr. Butts also developed his own Broadband Television show with TV Worldwide named After Action Report for the countries Veterans which ran for 4 years. It feature very high profile people from major people like the Center of Excellence and many famous from all over the country to be on the panel regarding PTSD and TBI.
Mr. Butts has appeared on many tv shows and is know as an innovator of new technology for broadcasting and television.
Mr. Butts is now developing the largest project ever developed in the Greater Caribbean and is developing the Syndicated Cable Television Show named WORLDGATE BLUE.