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Jul 17, 2024

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Watch Polka Dancing On TV 24/7

Polkas now have their own TV Channel. Joseph F. Siedlik, Founder and CEO, better known as Big Joe, proudly announces the launch of the “BIG JOE FAMILY SHOWS” on September 16, 2013, with 36 Polka Shows, featuring 78 different Polka Bands from throughout the USA, for immediate viewing by way of the ROKU Box.

How do you get ROKU?  You buy this simple receiver, sold at Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Best Buy or your local electronic dealer.                                                                                                                   The receiver is elegant in appearance, can be held in the palm of your hand, and is 4”x4”x1½ in size. It is wireless, takes a few minutes to install, and normally sells for $49.99. There are over 800 channels that are FREE.  Hundreds of additional channels including the “BIG JOE FAMILY SHOWS” network are available for a small nominal fee.

“BIG JOE FAMILY SHOWS” network is available for a yearly subscription fee of $47.88……… $3.99 per month.  More shows added monthly.  View day or night, anytime YOU want.  As many times as you want in the comfort of your home.

When subscribing……you’ll receive free, more than $50.00 worth of money off coupons, to be used on merchandise CD’s & DVD’s from Polka Cassettes of Nebraska, catalog or

If you bought a Smart TV in the past couple years, you may already have the ROKU built into your TV, as 14 TV manufactures worldwide have ROKU already built into many of their models.

Big Joe Siedlik is happy to announce that over 100 shows are edited and ready to be added in the weeks ahead, with the technicians and engineers working on editing and assembling 250 hours of shows never before seen on network TV.  A big variety of ethnic sounds, coming your way of “Happy Music for Happy People”.  With over 600 hours and 450 different Polka bands it will be spectacular.  Plus Big Joe will be going out again videotaping more great talent.

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– Martha Siedlik