NewsWatch, the Leading Review Show

NewsWatch is a TV show which airs in the morning on AMC network, Ion television, and other broadcasters. The show focuses on consumer news, electronic reviews, celebrity news, mobile apps reviews and government news. The program began airing in 1990 as a financial show and later grew to a TV magazine covering more topics related to the people. Show accommodates for editorial and paid sections for consumers who would like to advertise their brand after being approved by the editor. The forum has a unique way of presenting their information, with each section in a program lasting between at an average of two minutes. The show’s host is Susan Bridges, Michelle Ison, and Andrew Tropeano. The company’s offices are in Fairfax, VA, New York City and Denver, CO.


As technology started growing, news watch developed an interest in 2011 regarding the technology in the market in 2011. The shows helped showcase at least 500 companies including Siemens, Sony, Audi and the Volkswagen team. News watch as part of the program also provided numerous reviews. At the beginning of 2012, Andrew Tropeano began hosting a segment called the AppWatch that featured new mobile applications for iOS, Android, and Windows devices. The show grew a massive following on social media networks such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube with the later having more than 4 million views as at July this year. A few celebrities have featured in NewsWatch, such as Chris Pratt, Julie Bowen, Paul Sorvino, Julianne Moore, Jerry West, Joe Montana, Jeff Montana and much other more.


NewsWatch recently reviewed Saygus which is an American company that manufactures mobile phones. NewsWatch help to advertise the business which is set to launch its smartphones in Barcelona. The company focuses on consumer experience as per Tim Rush who is in charge of marketing and PR. He recommends news watch due to the professionalism of delivering information to the right consumers and the position of the media. Tim Rush hopes to push the sales of his company through NewsWatch.


Doug Levitt Takes The Greyhound Diaries On The Road

Journalist and songwriter Doug Levitt is one of a handful of artists over the years to explore segments of the population that have been largely forgotten.

His project The Greyhound Diaries has taken him to all parts of the country to gain an up close and personal view of how people are surviving in the midst of economic turmoil and political strife. Levitt found riders living from paycheck to paycheck, still in search of the American dream that has eluded them.

The Greyhound Diaries is patterned similarly to the federally funded WPA efforts of that 1930s that documented the plight of struggling Americans.

Levitt has logged over 120,000 miles from North to South, East to West, collecting hundreds of stories, songs, photographs and other mementos to mark his travels. According to Levitt, the venture was cathartic for him. Losing his father to suicide as a team gave him more empathy and insight into the problems Americans are facing every day.

Doug Levitt has taken The Greyhound Diaries on the road as a one-man show. He has performed at The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts and Walter Reed Army Hospital among other places. He has also recorded an LP documenting his travels. Levitt’s The Greyhound Diaries book features hundreds of stories and images.

Levitt is a former journalist and war correspondent who has broadcast from war torn areas all around the world. He has worked for ABC News, Fox News and CBS. He grew up in Washington D.C and is the son of former D.C. Councilwoman Carol Schwartz.