NewsWatch TV Earns Positive Reviews for Promoting and Marketing Avanca’s and Saygus’ Products and Services

NewsWatch TV recently collaborated with Avanca to market and promote Ockel, Avanca’s sister company, through a crowd-funding campaign. As a leading manufacturer and designer of mobile lifestyle accessories, Avanca enlisted NewsWatch’s help to promote new line of pocket PC. The campaign was aired countrywide through NewsWatch’s online networks and social networking accounts.


NewsWatch received positive reviews for previously conducting a similar crowd-funding campaign and enabling Ockel to achieve its goal by over 2939 percent. NewsWatch’s role in the current campaign involved handling video production and logistics. This work also included post-production editing, BROLL filming, on-site interviews, and traveling to Germany amidst the International IFA Conference.


Besides Avanca, Saygus (a smartphone manufacturer) also enlisted NewsWatch’s help in marketing and promoting its new smartphones. The new phones were being launched at the critically-acclaimed Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona. Just like the Avanca campaign, NewsWatch used its online networks and social media accounts to air Saygus’ campaign. NewsWatch’s role also involved project development, production, scripting, and distribution.


About NewsWatch TV


NewsWatch TV is a popular American television show, which started airing in 1990 and focuses on consumer news, mobile app reviews and sponsored consumer electronic reviews. The TV show also airs public service announcements, breaking government and medical news and electronic news.


Besides having its headquarters in Washington DC, NewsWatch has satellite offices in Denver, CO, New York City and Fairfax, VA. NewsWatch’s parent company is Bridge Communications, a communications and video production company. NewsWatch gained critical acclaim for its consumer-based TV shows. The company also connects with its viewers on social networking sites such as Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. Its videos are also available on its Vimeo channel, YouTube channel and the NewsWatch Blog.


NewsWatch TV show is usually hosted by Michelle Ison, Susan Bridges, and Andrew Tropeano. These hosts introduce product or service reviews and individual stories in the TV programs. They also interview newsmakers from remote locations and celebrities on a wide range of topics.


Talos Energy LLC, the employee-centric oil drilling company

Talos Energy LLC is a company with its headquarters in Houston that is mainly focused on the exploration and exploitation of both oil and gas at the Gulf Coast and the Gulf of Mexico. Talos Energy LLC is affiliated with Apollo Global Management LLC, Talos Management, and Riverstone Holdings LLC. The affiliated companies are responsible for backing up of investment funds to Talos Energy LLC.

Ash Shepherd serves as the Commercial Manager for Talos Energy LLC in Mexico. He is responsible for the signing of production sharing contracts that came about after Mexico had its historic energy reforms in 2013. Talos Energy was ranked as a top workplace by the Houston Chronicle Top Workplaces in both 2013 and 2014. This was brought about by the competitive employee benefits, flexible working schedules for the promotion of employee work/life balance, and numerous advancement opportunities.

History was made in Mexico when a private company put up a new offshore oil rig in the Mexican waters. This has not happened in about 80 years since the country of Mexico nationalized the oil industry in 1938. This move is meant to allow foreign companies back to the Mexican energy markets. To know about Talos Energy click here.

Premier Oil, Talos Energy LLC, and Sierra Oil and Gas joined forces to begin drilling the oil well in May 2017. The joint venture represented the first of many to come international oil business collaborations in Mexico. The venture is represented by companies that are based in London, Houston, and Mexico. The well was named, Zama-1. It is located in the Mexican state of Tabasco, at the Sureste Basin. The well is estimated to hold 100 million barrels to 500 million barrels of crude oil, that’s according to a statement from Premier Oil. The drilling process is expected to take 90 days to complete.

Since Zama-1 is the first well to be drilled by private companies, the industry has a keen interest in the outcome of the process. Researchers say that there is a high chance of success due to the geological structure of the basin. Sierra Oil and Gas hold 40 percent stake in the business venture, followed by Talos Energy LLC at 35 percent and Premier Oil at 25 percent.