A NewsWatch TV Review: Working With Steelseries

NewsWatch TV is a thirty-minute program that began in 1990. The show can be seen on the AMC and Ion television networks. In 2011, the show added a tech segment and that helped broaden the audience. NewsWatch TV has become in recent years the go-to program for the latest in technology news and products for consumers.
NewsWatch TV has a very strong social media presence as well. Applications like Facebook and Twitter have made having the show on the go much easier for fans. The social media influence can also turn a small technology company into a global force to be reckoned with. This is one of the reasons the show is so popular today. One of the companies that have used NewsWatch TV for its campaign is a company called Steelseries.
SteelSeries is a technology company that deals with the latest headphones and electronics. Tori Pugliese is the Senior Director of Marketing for the company. She says that the people at NewsWatch TV were very professional, listened to their needs, and created an advertisement that fit the bill for them perfectly. The people of NewsWatch took their time in building the script for the ad so the company can market their products to a broader audience as well as generate more sales. The results were immediate and excellent for the company as Steelseries was able to post the ad on social media and broaden their appeal to future customers. The main goal for Steelseries was to get the message out the way they wanted it. NewsWatch TV also made sure that the ad was very understandable to the audience that it was trying to reach. It was a win-win for everyone.
Using NewsWatch TV as a launching point paid off for Steelseries in a very fruitful and positive manner.

Wessex Institute of Technology

Wessex Institute or WIT are simply two shorter names for the Wessex Institute of Technology. The WIT offers higher degrees as a research and educational institute located in the South of England at Ashurst Lodge in the New Forest National Park.

The goal of the WIT is met through a vast range of activities. This is achieved by the Institute’s ability to develop many knowledge transfer mechanisms. These mechanisms are aimed to the exchange of information between professionals and academic users within the industry.

The WIT was started by Professor Carlos Brebbia in 1986 and had come five years after the Computational Mechanics Institute that was formed in 1981. WIT’s activities are split into 3 major areas which are Research, Conferences and Publishing. The research programs are funded by Research and Industry Organizations just as they have right from the start. These organizations include the University of Siena, Italy, UniCAMP, Brazil, the University of Granada, Spain, and many other prestigious locations.

There is an annual event during the WIT’s conference program which awards the Prigogine Medal. This medal was founded in the memory of Ilya Prigogine, Nobel Prize in Chemistry. It has been awarded each year since 2004 while collaborating with the University of Siena, Italy.

Another award given is the George Green Medal. This award was first given in 2014on Boundary Elements and Mesh Reduction Methods. It was done in conjunction with the University of Mississippi and WIT. George Green was self-taught and recognized through his backwater knowledge and his windmill near Nottingham that relates to his trade.

There are at least 25 Wessex Institute of Technology conferences held each year in various locations. The WIT Press serves the publishing needs of WIT and also publishes the conference proceedings.