NEWSWATCH TV REVIEWS FROM SENIOR DIRECTOR TORI PUGLIESE

According to Tori Pugliese Senior Director of Marketing at Steel Series, they have an amazing experience working with NewsWatch TV. They understand how public relations work, SMT processing and how to deliver a message that Steel Series wanted to be delivered. They deliver the message to the audience in a way they understand it in their own language and the NewsWatch team was great.

 

NewsWatch believed in Steel Series when they were starting a small process making the collaboration easy. NewsWatch made a winning script that made a lot of sense, time relevant to great video quality. NewsWatch offered awesome distribution and they were able to use it in other platforms like on social media and on the press section.

 

About NewsWatch TV

NewsWatch is a television show that lasts for 30 minutes airing weekly in MC and ION Network. It was founded in 1989 and has its headquarters in Fairfax, VA. It has about 15 employees and it features news relating to health, technology, entertainment, and travel. NewsWatch recently celebrated 1000th original episode. It has highlighted more than 10,000 individual stories on a variety of subjects including, new product introduction, legal issues, public policy issues, automotive, travel, finance, charities entertainment, celebrities, among others.

 

In the last 25 years, NewsWatch series has reached to over 700 million people making it a leader in successful independently produced news magazine on television. It has grown to become a favorite destination for a majority of American celebrities and entertainers and it has so far hosted at least 650 of them. Amon the Hollywood stars who have appeared on the show include Chris Patt, Denzel Washington, Mila Kunis, Bradley Cooper, Will Smith, Ryan Lochte, Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel, Colin Firth and Eddie Redmayne.

 

Andrew Tropeano is the show host featuring special reports by Erick Forrest, Susan Bridges, and Amanda Bridges. NewsWatch Staff provides decades of experience in the broadcast industry.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *