About Sunday Night Slow Jams

r dub, is a radio dj from California and he is the creator and host of Sunday Night Slow Jams. He features a mix of love songs and classics along with special dedications called Oral Expressions. He is pitching his syndicated program to expand his listening audience.

Brian McNight comes in to the Shark Tank promoting Sunday Night Slow Jams, and he is a fan of the show. His show does extremely well, but he is seeking the investment to expand the reach of his show.

Mark Cuban tells r dub, that syndication is a horrible business. r dub says they have $375,000 in revenue.

r dub gives the radio contact for free and then goes out and tries to sell the advertising on his show. Sunday Night Slow jams is in 62 markets of an available of 274 rated stations.

r dub asks, “Do you remember the first time you fell in love?” He claims even if they maintain the current stations the Sharks get a 20% return on their money.

 

Sunday Night Slow Jams Episode Data

  • Company: Sunday Night Slow JamsWebsite
  • Entrepreneur: r dub
  • Ask: $75,000 for 10% equity
  • Episode Season 5 Episode 504
  • Companies in this episode:
  • Sharks:
    • Mark Cuban 
    • Daymond John
    • Kevin O'Leary
    • Lori Greiner
    • Robert Herjavec 
  • First Aired: 10/11/2013
  • Deal: No Deal

 

What do the Shark Tank Investors say about Sunday Night Slow Jams?

  • Mark Cuban – doesn't think he is doing things in a way that goes the audience he is targeting, he is out.
  • Daymond John –  says he isn't passionate about the business he is in. He is out.
  • Kevin O'Leary – thinks the radio market as an investor sucks! It is radio active. He is out.
  • Lori Greiner – feels like their needs to be more, something clever and unique. She is out.
  • Robert Herjavec – says he has been doing it for twenty years, and you make a good living. You are in 40% of the potential market, that is the positive. But, he doesn't see how he builds a business with his $75,000. He is out.

 

Sunday Night Slow Jams after Shark Tank

Sunday Night Slow Jams lands a deal two days after their Shark Tank premier for a $75,000 sponsorship from a Law office, Jackson and Associates.  The law firm is fans of Sunday Night Slow Jams and stepped in to make r dub's mission happen.