the White Wall Sessions

the White Wall Sessions


The White Wall Sessions is an Emmy nominated music and arts based television/radio/podcast and web program recorded and produced in Sioux Falls, SD by Spectrum Films, Inc. The White Wall Sessions came to be in May of 2013 as a simple Facebook project and quickly became a popular page WWS-BBHat-1000for music fans from South Dakota and beyond. Our digital footprint has recorded close to half a million views on our YouTube Channel ( in over 160 countries with 1,000,000+ minutes of watch time!

In our first five seasons we have completed 104 original episodes, acquired over 5200+ “Likes” and 5100+ “Followers” on Facebook, over 2100 followers on Instagram, 1500 on Twitter. Season 6 starts September 2018!

The White Wall Sessions offers broadcasters a unique opportunity to provide quality local programming and promote their community’s local music and arts scene and at the same time build community pride. The show features a wide variety of musical genres. We have featured over 225 musicians from over twenty five states, as well as international acts

The show is currently broadcast throughout South Dakota, North Dakota and a large portion of Minnesota by the following broadcasters:

KELO Sioux Falls, SD
KCLO Sioux Falls, SD
My UTV Sioux Falls, SD
WDAY Fargo, ND
WDAZ Grand Forks, ND
KBMY Bismarck, ND
KMCY, Minot ND
Arvig Communications

B102.7 FM, Sioux Falls, SD
Stitcher Radio
Lib Syn

board2-1000The program brings high production value, with an artistic flair. The show is recorded in 1080P 24P on six digital cinema cameras, utilizing high-end still photography lenses to ensure a cinematic feel.

We individually track all the audio to ensure the highest broadcast product. The show is also color timed and graded on a shot-by-shot basis. We comply with all FCC closed captioning requirements for both broadcast and streaming.

We are offering broadcasters a simple barter agreement, where airtime is traded for our programming. We keep 4 spots per episode for our sponsors, and the broadcaster keeps the remaining 10, plus the 3 for terminal break.

We run our commercials the first two spots of each break, so we would be providing (2) 2:30 breaks for the stations to fulfill. We ask the time slot to be Saturday night between 10:30 and 12:30. The broadcaster has the option to air the program multiple times if desired.