NewsWatch is a television show that airs weekly on the ION Network and bi-monthly on AMC. The 30 minute program reports on news concerning technology, consumerism and entertainment. The show’s primary focus is tech reviews, celebrity interviews, electronic news and PSAs. The show operates out of Washington, DC and has offices in several locations all across the United States. The channel is owned by Bridge Communications.
An employee from Avanca, one of the clients of NewsWatch, spoke briefly with an interviewer with NewsWatch to discuss the positive experience they had with the program.
“[NewsWatch] was one of the reasons our crowdfunding project was successful,” Nathalie Van Wijkvliet, CMO of Avanca replied to the interviewer when he asked if she had seen any positive results from their partnership.
Avanca has now re-partnered with NewsWatch to promote their newest product in the Ockel line. This is the third device in the Ockel line and is called the Ockel Series A, which is a full, complete Windows PC that has all of the advantages of a mobile device with all of the power that is associated with full size desktop computers.
Avanca says it looks forward to work with NewsWatch in its future crowdfunding projects as well.
In addition to Avanca, NewsWatch has worked with several other famous brands. NewsWatch has done promotional and informational work with such companies as Intel, Outback Steakhouse, Sony, Casio, and Audi.
(Recap) Bob Reina is the founder of Talk Fusion basically Talk Fusion is a popular WebRTC System. Reina announced that he was coming out with a new version via an online broadcast. The new update will include many new features also adding in Live Meetings which helps people hold better and more efficient video conferences. This application is pretty strong it can hold up to 15 hosts and can have 500 participants tagging along. More advantages of Live Meeting are sharp video for better viewing pleasure, amazing clear and efficient audio, plus claims have been made that Live Meeting has a smooth appearance as in there is no more echoes or stutters which offers less confusion for the video conference attendees.
It has been found out that before Reina became CEO he was actually a police officer. He did all of his studying and training in South Florida and he even went to the Tampa Police Academy and earned his spot at number one in his class. By the time the 1990’s rolled around Reina was already in the know about network marketing and decided to take it on as a part time roll while still maintaining employment as a police officer.
It didn’t take Reina long to fall in love with marketing and once that happened he gave up his steady paycheck. Even though a lot of his family members called him crazy he stuck to his guns and pushed forward. Reina says that when he was a distributor he had to wait long periods before he was able to collect his earnings, he soon had enough of that and body developed the first ever “Instant Pay Plan” now Talk Fusion pays instantly.