Neswatch T.V. For 20 More Years

Newswatch is a show that has helped consumers and producers to communicate about the market is 1990. It is an episodic weekly tv show that is broadcasted in more than 200 markets. The show usually airs on AMC and Ion. The show is the recipient of many awards including the 2017 Marco award and the 2017 videographer award. With more than over 1000 episodes under its belt it is no surprise that the show has been in high demand for so long. The amount of celebrities and products that have been promoted and represented through the show is staggering.

Companies like Intel and Audi have worked in it over the years but one that recently worked with Newswatch is Avanca. This company had a crowdfunding campaign through Indiegogo that was helping them to receive funds and support for their newest product. This new product was pocket pc. They had to raise over 10,000 dollars in 30 days to receive money from their campaign. To ensure that his went as planned they called Newswatch. They hired them to create a one-minute tv spot that would broadcast during their promotion segment of the show. Newswatch did this and just like agreed it was just one minute. That one- minute changed the trajectory of their product and shows what kind of show Newswatch is.

The Avanca crowdfunding campaign did great. They raised over 400,000 dollars in those 30 days. This was over 2,000 percent of what they needed for success. Nathalie van Wijkvliet agreed that the reason the campaign was so successful because they “worked with Newswatch”. This hoe has filed a massive whole in the market and seems to create gold any time they have a product chow up on their show. At this rate I guessing the show will be on for another 20 years.

 

Yeonmi Park’s New Book Reveals The Terrible Atrocities In North Korea

Human rights activist Yeonmi Park has experienced a great deal in her 23 years. In Yeonmi Park’s Amazon released book, In Order To Live: A North Korean Girl’s Journey To Freedom, she outlines her life under the brutal regime of Kim Jung Il and how her family ultimately escaped to China. Even as a child, Park recognized that harsh realities of living under the thumb of communist rule. As revealed in the book, Park’s journey to freedom took a heavy toll on her family. Some of her most painful memories include the physical and psychological hardships she and her mother endured. Her father, sentenced to a prison camp for selling goods on the black market never saw freedom; he died from prostate cancer. In Order To Live is a story of perseverance, bravery and determination. It also sheds light on the true barbarism that exists in North Korea and the millions of citizens who are forced to exist within it.

Yeonmi Park is a foremost authority on human rights violations. She grew up in North Korea in a middle-class family. Her father’s job as a public servant made her life better than most. Things took a dark turn when Park’s father was convicted of smuggling and sentenced to 10 years in a forced labor camp. Her family realized they had to leave as soon as possible if they wished to live. With her sister who had left before them lost, Park and her mother found themselves in the hands of sex slavers. One night they escaped and made their way through the frigid Gobi Desert into China. For the last five years, Park has spoken out against Kim Jung Il, his son, Kim Jung Un, and the terrible human rights abuses in her home country. Although speaking out on the Reason TV has come with many death threats, Park remains undaunted. She is determined help those oppressed in North Korea and other areas around the globe.