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Published on Sep 12, 2016
Clinton Howell is HOSS Magazine’s Online (hossmagazine.com) Home Lifestyle Technology Expert, and he has launched a very unique TV show that will give viewers the inside scoop on having that home theatre room they have wanted without breaking the bank.
On Tuesday, September 20, 2016, Clinton Howell’s Dream Home Theatre on a Budget will premiere and it is expected to be a huge hit among homeowners across Canada and the USA. The new YouTube TV series is a first-of-its-kind to air and it will certainly be widely followed among homeowners.
Howell is the Director of Custom Residential Sales and Marketing for Design Electronics, a company that is widely known as one of Ontario’s premier integration firms. Howell has over 20 years of award-winning custom home theatre and home integration business, working with more than 3,000 homeowners to date. Howell and his past companies have won 17 CEDIA Electronic Lifestyle Awards for home theatre and home integration installations.
James Spalding, a popular journalist and videographer, is the producer of Howell’s TV show. Sponsors of the show include HOSS Magazine, Design Electronics, RidgeLine Renovations, Epson, Definitive Technology, Alexanian Carpet & Flooring, CirrusScreens, Red Theory and Control 4.
While Howell has been authoring many informed pieces on home theatre design, integration and new technology for HOSS Magazine online, he is also widely utilized as an expert by scores of media outlets locally, nationally and internationally. They include: The Toronto Sun, The Toronto Tribune, The London Free Press, Post-Media Network, CHCH News, Halton Insider TV News – Cogeco TV, The Burlington Post, The Edmonton Sun, Chill Magazine, The Digital Journal, The Examiner and CNN International Report.
Howell has also done work for Scott McGillivray, star of the HGTV show Income Property and he has made a number of appearances on Leave It To Bryan, hosted by HGTV’s Bryan Baeumler, as well as Custom Built, hosted by Paul LaFrance.