Lake Tahoe Visitor Network provides useful information to visitors,
including local weather, events listings, and tips on how to enjoy the
area. The network utilizes a variety of mediums to communicate what
to do, what to see, and where to go around the north end of Lake Tahoe
in California and Nevada. The network works through direct-to-property
visitor channels—SVTV and TTTV.
the Squaw Valley Visitor Channel, was launched in fall of 2005,
and now serves over 1200 guest rooms and condominiums, plus on-mountain
information screens, in Squaw Valley USA.
the Truckee-Tahoe Visitor Channel, was launched in fall of 2006,
and now serves over 2100 guest rooms, condominiums and homes around
North Lake Tahoe and Truckee, plus local visitor centers and other
high-traffic visitor locations, including the Truckee Visitor Center,
Tahoe City Visitor Center, and North Tahoe Conference Center.
Lake Tahoe Visitor Network™ is owned and operated by the New Tahoe
Company, LLC, headquartered in Tahoe City. The company, founded in 2004,
is the recognized regional leader in using new media to harness the
power of video and the web for companies wishing to attract and reach
the 1.5 million visitors a year to the Reno-Tahoe Region and beyond.
Eric has over twenty-five years of experience in the media
and marketing world. He most recently served as the Director of Marketing
at Squaw Valley USA, a world-renowned destination resort in North
Lake Tahoe. Prior to that, he launched and ran two successful businesses
in North Lake Tahoe, including one of the first local video production
companies. He also spent eight years in video and audio production
as a producer, freelance videotape operator, cameraman, and engineer,
working with Emmy award-winning network programs, and Grammy award
winning musical artists.
has recently served on the board of directors of the North Lake Tahoe
Resort Association and the Tahoe City Downtown Association.
Steve is an established writer--print and video--and the original
editor of the Tahoe-Truckee News Network. He has been associated with
Lake Tahoe since the 1970s in both business and public roles. He is
also, today, the Senior Lecturer in Management Emeritus at the Stanford
Graduate School of Business.