Every week NewsWatch TV airs a 30-minute show which reaches more than 200 markets within the U.S. Founded in 1989, NewsWatch has aired over 1000 episodes and reached an untold amount of consumers. NewsWatch covers content such as travel, tourism, medical breakthroughs, consumer information, business, fashion and more. They are also known for their national public awareness programs for non-profits. Further, they are an excellent place to advertise new crowdfunding campaigns for technology and other gadgets.
One company that has benefited from having its Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign featured on NewsWatch is Avanca. When using Indiegogo, one only has 30 days to achieve their goal, or all monies are forfeited. Avanca needed to raise at least $10,000 to jumpstart their “Ockel Sirius B pocket PC”. With the help of NewsWatch, Avanca not only met their goal, the exceeded it by 2,939%, raising $456,551 in 30 days. Avanca is so impressed with the platform NewsWatch offers, they are using it for other crowdfunding goals.
NewsWatch is so successful at helping businesses such as Avanca because they reach over 96 million households in the United States. This breadth of reach that NewsWatch has is a benefit for businesses. In fact, NewsWatch has featured businesses we all know, such as D-Link, Goodyear, Ford, Bounty, Legos, and Toyota.
Not only does NewsWatch get to have well-known companies be featured on the show, they also have had the opportunity to feature celebrities. Ted Danson, Julianne Moore, Carrie Underwood, Diane Lane and more have been on NewsWatch in the past year alone. With such a wide audience, it is little surprise that so many businesses and celebrities want to further their brand utilizing NewsWatch’s network.