NewsWatch TV Reviews Lands Vite Ramen Huge Funding on First Day of Campaign

July 3, 2018 - By 

NewsWatch TV is known for its ability to help companies launch their products or raise instant cash to allow them to develop and market the items. NewsWatch TV Reviews recently had another success story with the first-day fundraising totals Vite Ramen experienced after NewsWatch’s one-minute promotional segment ran. The company raised $38,800 in a single day.

What Is Vite Ramen?

Ramen noodles are popular all over the world because they are tasty, cheap, versatile, and easy to fix. But the problem with ramen noodles is they aren’t a great choice nutritionally speaking. Vite Ramen, developed by twin brothers Tim and Tom Zheng, set out to change that by incorporating protein, minerals, and vitamins into their noodles. There aren’t any preservatives in the noodles, and each pack comes with a flavor packet, dehydrated vegetable blend, a spice pouch, and a pack of omega-3 oil.

Having a quick and easy meal to fix that still provides solid nutrition is a great meal-time solution for busy parents, teenagers who have to grab a quick bite to eat as they’re dashing off to school functions and part-time jobs, and elderly people who don’t want to fuss with making a huge meal just for themselves. In short, it works for everybody.

How NewsWatch’s Campaign Fared

During the month-long NewsWatch TV campaign, Vite Ramen was able to raise more than $249,000. During the airing of the segment, the company raised more than $10,000 in only 67 minutes.

The one-minute segment was shown in more than 95 million households spread throughout more than 200 television markets in the U.S. It picked up extra viewers online, where it was watched by more than 200,000 people and got almost 1 million total online impressions.

Vite Ramen was tremendously pleased with the overall campaign, and with so much funding they’ll be able to create additional products.

More about NewsWatch TV

NewsWatch TV first began airing in 1990, and since then it has evolved to remain current and viable in today’s ever-changing world. With more than 1,200 episodes aired, NewsWatch has earned a reputation as being the show companies turn to when they want to raise money and promote their products. A company that just needs a little exposure and some extra financing to get off the ground or reach the next level often finds that NewsWatch is able to deliver what they need.

While a one-minute segment on NewsWatch clearly offers businesses a great value, it also pays off for consumers who want to know about products that can change their lives in some way, often by saving them time or frustration.

In addition to the promotional segments, NewsWatch also has a beloved AppWatch portion of the show that highlights all the apps people might consider adding to their devices. That part of the show first began in 2012, and it has really taken off since then.

NewsWatch clearly and succinctly explains what the apps do and how they can provide benefit to the users. They look at apps that can be used on all the main types of devices, including Android, iOS, and Windows. They break down the technology talk so that even non tech-savvy people understand how the app works and what it can do.

NewsWatch has three co-hosts who bring life to the show and connect with their fans with their upbeat personalities and fun personas. The hosts, Andrew Tropeano, Michelle Ison, and Chris Vaughn, are comfortable with explaining technology to the audience or attending the hottest conventions around the globe that highlight new products.

One of the recent conventions NewsWatch attended was the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. At the convention, NewsWatch was able to look at some hot new products, including the new Matebook X Pro, a product offered by the Huawei company. They were also able to review the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus.

Going to the Mobile World Congress is essential for NewsWatch and other entities reviewing technology because it draws the top talent. This year, there were more than 2,400 exhibitors showing off their latest products and technology. Among the list of exhibitors were heavy-hitting companies such as Microsoft, IBM, Verizon Wireless, Sony Mobile Communications Inc., Lenovo, and MasterCard.

In addition to that, more than 3,500 media and industry analysts, like NewsWatch, were present to provide news coverage to the convention. Year after year, NewsWatch travels anywhere they need to go to ensure they find all the latest and best items that will revolutionize their viewers’ lives.

Because of its high-quality filming, great staff, and being one of the best at what they do, NewsWatch has earned awards over the years. Some of the more recent awards NewsWatch has racked up include a 2016 Silver Telly Award, a Spokeie Award for host Andrew Tropeano, and a Gold and Platinum 2017 Marcom Award.

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