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NewsWatch an award-winning Tv show with a consumer, technology as well as entertainment format. The show features celebrity interviews, consumer news, mobile applications reviews, sponsored and electronic editorial reviews, medical breakthrough, and government news as well as public service announcements. Besides, NewsWatch features on-location SMT interviews video news releases, and non-profit campaigns submitted by various providers. It is more often broadcast at 7 a.m during Monday morning news on AMC Network and affiliates of Ion Television including local stations that are independently syndicated. A communications and video production company known as Bridge Communications owns and operates the NewsWatch. NewsWatch’s headquarters are in Washington DC and has other offices.

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According to news reports of July 20, 2018, Wal-Mart Inc was planning to create a streaming service so that they could compete with leaders such as Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video. The news was from the tech news site. The idea was apparently to create a platform of their own with only $8 price tag per month, or one that would be free to watch while sustained by advertiser’s money. The streamlining service was cheaper compared to any other that in operation by then. This seemed to be the goal of the retail agent; as with their stores, they aimed at offering a more affordable alternative for Middle America as contrasted to Hulu and Netflix which were more popular on the coast, with individuals who could afford to splurge. What remained unclear is whether the platform of Walmart would have original programming.