SteelSeries, a leader in the gaming gear industry, reports an increase in distribution of its recent release and attributes this achievement to the marketing skills of NewsWatch TV. The informative advertising platform employed the wise incorporation of recognized words and images to attract SteelSeries’ target audience. Also important was the presentation of this relevant data at proven times for those most interested. Having reached over 95 million purchase active households, Tori Pugliese, Senior Director of Marketing for SteelSeries, commends the wisdom of NewsWatch TV in combining the salient aspects of their branding, product objectives, scaled timing, and consumer preferences in their technology news clips. She enthusiastically states that production was so thorough that SteelSeries has been able to display the clip across all platforms, social media fora and monetized websites.
Ever humble, NewsWatch TV expects this sort of response from all of their campaign information presentations. The team follows a simple, fool proof formula that involves sufficient time spent analyzing their clients’ product and services, current and projected customers and potential global reach. Remaining true to design and purpose, the NewsWatch TV professionals apply both the basics and advanced strategies of reaching audiences and influencing them to act on the data demonstrated. Making use of state of the art tools, they’re able to determine the best time zones, captive inset displays, attractive colors and images, and resonant phraseology. Once assessed, the reporters are then able to combine these truths for attractive exposure. Finally, the hosts competently attend to the captive feature of the finished show.
Airing since March 1990 with its headquarters located in Washington D.C., NewsWatch TV accomplishes its success through the efforts of the hosts Andrew Tropeano, Michelle Ison, and Chris Vaughn; and reporters Scott Steinberg, Susan Bridges, Amanda Forstrom and Eric Forrest. They also have projection and recording offices in Denver, Colorado; New York City, New York; and Fairfax, Virginia.