TULSA - From North Carolina to Illinois and Colorado to Oklahoma, for the first time ever, entertainment, technology and social media are intersecting --- and it's going to dramatically change the way games shows are played in the modern era.
A new game show, Let's Ask America, is connecting contestants using the power of Skype.
With the use of a computer or a simple webcam, contestants from across America can participate from home in a game show that's sure to help you win some cash.
The host of Let's Ask America will come up with questions and if you give the correct answer you move on -- but don't forget you can call in from anywhere, even while you're on the job.
There's no limit on where you can play from. The game show can be played from anywhere across the proud state of Oklahoma. In fact, a resident of northeast Oklahoma is a contestant on one of the show's during its first week of airing.
Click on this link http://www.letsaskamerica.tv/contestant.shtml to learn how you can become a contestant!
Let's Ask America begins Monday, Sept. 17 at 2:30 p.m. on KJRH.
Great show, great people, a lot of money at stake.
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