Former Marine Creates The Vet View Talk Show to Highlight the Stories of
Introduction of The Vet View, a new veteran-focused talk show showcasing the journeys and stories
of America's veterans. Every veteran has a story, and The Vet View's goal is to share each one with
the world. Their journeys are all unique, the paths all different- and these stories deserve to be
San Diego, CA, April 27, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Jovane Henry, a former Marine, San Diegan and the
marketing & conference coordinator for U.S. Veterans Magazine, one of the fastest growing
veteran-focused publications in the country, has created The Vet View, a new talk show focused
exclusively on sharing the stories and following the journeys of America's veterans.
Henry, who comes from a long line of military service, was led to start the show after realizing that there
was a lot of negative and disheartening press surrounding veterans and deciding to create a platform to
focus on the successes of America's heroes.
The mission of The Vet View is to showcase the accomplishments and follow the journeys of America's
veterans, from the transitioning service member to the entrepreneur to the Fortune 500 CEO. The show
provides informational and entertaining interviews, as well as education on making a successful transition
and life after the military, via their fast growing Youtube channel (www.youtube.com/TheVetView).
The show is completely veteran produced, with Jovane's husband Deshone Henry, a Navy corpsman,
creating the accompanying music and business partner Michael Cook, also a former Marine, editing the
Guests thus far have included director/screenwriter Michael Cook of ID3 Productions, Alphi Quitevis and
David Burnell, creators of the lifestyle brand Veteran Empire and EMichele Paul, a retired Marine and the
founder of Rhapsody Open Mic here in San Diego.
The Vet View also features complimentary segments to engage both the civilian and veteran audience.
The newest segment, VA BeneTip, debunks myths and provides tips for navigating the VA System from
subject matter expert Roland Stewart, an Army veteran and VA benefits briefer based in Houston, TX.
Another segment, the Org. Files, will highlight various veteran-focused organizations throughout the
nation and is slated to premiere in May.
The Vet View is working fervently to raise awareness and support for the show. If you'd like more
information about The Vet View, or to schedule an interview with Jovane Henry, please contact her at
951-525-8615 or at email@example.com.
About Jovane Henry
Jovane M. Henry is the creator, executive producer and host of The Vet View, a veteran-focused talk
show highlighting the journeys of America's veterans. She served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps as
a combat correspondent (photojournalist). While on active duty, she deployed to multiple locations,
covered various multinational exercises and humanitarian missions and served as the community relations
chief for Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton/ Marine Corps Installations West. Jovane left the Marine
Corps in Nov. of 2012, and now works as the marketing & conference coordinator and a contributing
writer for U.S. Veterans Magazine. She also teaches "dress for success" tactics to ReBoot (a veteran
transition program) participants at their Orange County location, and co-owns a photography business
with her husband of 2 years, Deshone Henry.
About U.S. Veterans Magazine
U. S. Veterans Magazine (USVM) is the sister publication to the trio of diversity-focused magazines:
Professional Woman's Magazine, Hispanic Network Magazine, and the Black EOE Journal. For over 20
years, Olive Tree Publishing, Inc., aka DiversityComm, has provided the latest, most important
minority-focused news covering virtually every industry, business, and profession. Every issue of the
U.S. Veterans Magazine includes up-to-date statistics on legislation, career, owning your own business,
starting your own business, the value of being certified, pursuing higher education, financial news, health
and wellness information, and the latest news and reviews. We offer valuable resources for transitioning
service men and women, their spouses, and veteran families. USVM attends and distributes its magazine
to many veteran, diversity, and business trade shows and conventions. The magazine is dedicated to
promoting the advancement of all veterans and those who proudly served our country.
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