Saygus Smartphone Campaign recently hired NewsWatch to do some marketing coverage for their department, and, had nothing but positive remarks. Tim Rush, the CEO, remarked on how professional and customer oriented NewsWatch was, and how they were able to effectively drive sales upwards. Saygus employed NewsWatch TV in his Barcelona Mobile World Congress meeting which drastically improved the net worth of 1.3 million dollars.

NewsWatch focuses on current technology trends and looks at developments in the industry. It covers entertainment, news, educational, and technological breakthroughs. It’s featured on TV networks such as AMC, and ION. It’s produced and created by Bridge networks.

The show is anchored by journalists Andrew Tropeano and Michelle Ison, who are helped in part by their partners Eric Forrest, and Scott Steinberg. The show began in 2011 and featured Fortune 500 companies including include Sony, Siemens, Audi (part of Volkswagen Group) and, Casio, Bang &Olufsen.

NewsWatch is groundbreaking in it’s ability to cover modern news events, and protomodern technology such as Waves glasses and robots manufactured by LG. NewsWatch has a TV segment called AppWatch which was released in 2012. The program covers major mobile devices like Android, and products like the RCN Mobile App, Jurassic Park III: Park Builder, and MoWeather.

NewsWatch has featured major celebrity figures such as, Brooklyn Decker, Cee Lo Green, Tom Skerritt, Julie Bowen, Chris Noth, Paul Sorvino, Alison Sweeney, and Julianne Moore. NewsWatch initially began in 1990 as a financial analysis company and evolved to cover technology related events.

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