NewsWatch TV’s diverse topics

November 25, 2016
Unlike many news shows that hyperfocus on very specific programming, NewsWatch TV has taken a diverse approach in its robust news efforts since it began in 1990. Offering breaking news each week via ION Network -- as well as bi-monthly episodes through AMC Network and The Discovery Channel -- the trusted news source examines consumer, financial, travel, health, entertainment, technology and policy topics. These subject areas are discussed by host Andrew Tropeano as well as correspondents Amanda Forstrom, Joe Toohey, Mitchell Cole and Susan Bridges. This wide breadth of scope has garnered significant attention as well as NewsWatch’s position as one of the most successful independently produced news magazines on television.

NewsWatch TV features celebrities

August 27, 2016
Among its 1,000+ episodes of original programming over more than 20 years, NewsWatch TV has focused on entertainment among its variety of topics. Although the show also touches on subject areas such as finance, travel, charities, legal issues and more, the rundown of celebrity news garners significant attention each week as well. NewsWatch TV -- since its inception in March 1990 -- has become a favorite broadcast destination for many of America’s top entertainers and celebrities. These individuals turn toward the program to share details on their latest projects as well as discuss the latest issues and causes they support. To date, more than 650 individuals within the industry have utilized NewsWatch TV for this valuable platform.

More than 700 million people have viewed NewsWatch TV across satellite stations, network channel programming -- including Discovery Channel’s monthly feature tech programming -- and ION Network’s weekly broadcast. Celebrity coverage is often featured. Across the last year alone, personalities making an appearance on NewsWatch TV have included Eddie Redmayne, Will Smith, Vin Diesel, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Bradley Cooper, Mila Kunis, Vincent Lombardozzi and Colin Firth -- and those are just a few of the national celebrities who have been welcomed to the Washington, D.C., set or interviewed elsewhere. And many more are to come as NewsWatch TV continues its entertainment portion of well-rounded programming.

NewsWatch TV: Your Guide to What’s Going On

May 08, 2016
Since its premiere in 1990 as a monthly business-focused program, NewsWatch TV has grown into a very popular, and the NewsWatch Distribution Network has given the program the widest possible exposure. Besides weekly airings on the Discovery Channel, NewsWatch is also seen on ION Television, as well as more than 60 full-power broadcast stations all of the top 20 U.S. markets and more than 200 markets overall. In all, the program reaches more than 98 million households in the United States.

A number of factors have combined to turn NewsWatch TV, hosted by Andrew Tropeano, into one of the finest and most talked-about weekly news magazine programs anywhere. It is played every Friday morning on the Discovery Channel, and it features breaking government and medical news, consumer electronics and mobile app reviews and a number of public service announcements designed to inform everyone about things they need to know.

NewsWatch TV reviews are almost all excellent. Most praise the program's ability to cover a variety of topics in an informative and educational way and their ability to get interesting celebrities on the program as guests. NewsWatch TV also features a few paid segments, which will allow companies to get greater exposure for their products and their brand. To prevent the show from becoming an infomercial, however, each of the paid segments must be approved by the company’s standards and practices team. Everyone should watch NewsWatch TV every Friday on the Discovery Channel if they want to know what’s happening.