Press Release Distribution
 

Members Login  |  Register  |  Why Join?   Follow us on Google+Follow us on TwitterFind us on LinkedInFind Us on FacebookSubscribe to our RSS FeedsSubscribe to our YouTube ChannelFind us on RebelMouse

Video Releases    |    Pricing & Distribution Plans    |    Today's News    |    News By Category    |    News By Date    |    Business Directory
All Press Releases for June 16, 2011 »
RSS Feeds RSS Feed     Print this news Printer Friendly     Email this news Email It    Create PDF PDF Version   



WomenNow TV, America's First South Asian TV Talk Show and Santa Clara, CA Based Community, Mission Hub to Bring Community-Based Perspective to TV Programming

WomenNow TV, America's First South Asian TV Talk Show and Santa Clara, CA Based Community, Mission Hub Tie Up to Bring a Community-based Perspective to TV Programming- an Exciting New Collaboration!
 
x-small text small text medium text large text

    SANTA CLARA, CA, June 16, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Santa Clara based Missionhub.org, an unique community comprising of 500 families and recognized as one of a kind in Silicon Valley, known to have a single voice and considered to be a big social influence in the city of Santa Clara, ties up with SF Bay Area based WomenNow TV, America's first South Asian TV talk show. This collaboration makes WomenNow TV the TV media partner for the community, thus enabling the group to bring social and community based TV programming to Silicon Valley residents.

The co-founders, Ena Sarkar and Jaya Gautam said that WomenNow believes that every individual has a talent. We nurture this in all our team members and in our extended WomenNow community. With Mission Hub being a great community in Santa Clara and Potmax's mission to identify talent and encourage it to further a cohesive and well-knit community, we believe this is a relationship that will help strengthen the cause.

Different community members are excited to be associated with WomenNow TV. Vic Sharma, HOA Board member of Mission Gardens mentioned that Mission Hub is an example of what can be achieved by the collective spirit & passion of a community. What started as a grass root level cohesive effort, has turned our three communities into a single unified entity. Mission Hub exemplifies Unity in Diversity representing people from different backgrounds and cultures, working together for the greater good of the community.

Reacting to WomenNow TV's programming and concept, Paresh Vakhariya, resident of Mission Hub said that Mission Hub is a community that celebrates and salutes the women in the community - the moms. Moms who work in the best of the Fortune 500 companies in the SF Bay Area, care for the family and always find time to keep this community together by participating in social activities.

Another resident of Mission Hub, Atreedev Banerjee commented at the time of announcing this association that Mission Hub is creating a revolution in its own right, based on the collective good of its members. A society based on sharing available resources, ideas and experiences; maximizing satisfaction and efficiency of living here. The collaborative approach to address any individual challenge is high in this community. Unity and integrity among members from diverse cultures makes this ideology worth replicating at larger scale.

Niloy Banerjee, CFO-Founder of Potmax LLC, the company that promoted missionhub.org as a socially relevant community said while announcing this collaboration that they were excited about partnering with WomenNow TV. Mission Hub as a community is built on the same premise that WomenNow TV stands for.

About WomenNow TV
WomenNow TV is the first South Asian TV talk show in the US. WomenNow discusses topics of relevance and interest to the South Asian community, in particular and the mainstream population, in general. It is community-oriented; building a platform where various segments of South Asian and Asian Indian societies can come together to find common ground.

Media Presence:
• TV Asia, a national audience of ~3.2 million, which reaches Indo-Americans and South Asians in both US and Canada.
• KTSF (Ch. 8/ Ch. 26)- reaching the whole San Francisco Bay Area•
• Comcast ON Demand- free 24 X 7 (the only Asian Indian show available)
• San Jose Comcast Channel 15, East Bay Comcast Channel 27 and 29.
• YouTube- segments are available on WomenNow's YouTube channel.
• Facebook- an active Facebook community
• Online- Website
• Other social media like Twitter, online channels like Blip TV, etc.
• Mobile apps- iPad, iPhone, etc.

Channels:
• TV Asia- Sundays 12 noon/ 6 pm Pacific time; 3 pm/ 9 pm Eastern time
• KTSF Channel 8/ Channel 26 Saturdays at 8:30am (before Namaste America)
• Comcast On Demand 24X7.
• SJ Comcast Channel 15, East Bay Channel 27 and 29

For more information, please visit: http://www.womennow.tv

About Missionhub.org
Mission Hub (www.missionhub.org) is a community of 500 homes, comprising three Missions i.e. Mission Gardens, Mission Terrace and Mission Place located in the heart of Santa Clara, CA

About Potmax LLC
Potmax LLC (www.potmax.com) stands for maximizing the potential through talent identification, Audio-visual content creation through international collaboration. The company created and promoted Missionhub.org along with active residents to create an identity for the community.

WomenNow TV is the first South Asian TV talk show in the US. For more information, please contact us at media@womennow.tv



---
Press release service and press release distribution provided by http://www.24-7pressrelease.com


# # #


Contact Information:
Jaya Gautam
WomenNow TV

Sunnyvale, CA
US
Voice: 510-761-6694
E-Mail: Email us Here
Website: Visit Our Website
Disclaimer:
If you have any questions regarding information in this press release, please contact the person listed in the contact module of this page. Please do not attempt to contact 24-7PressRelease. We are unable to assist you with any information regarding this release. 24-7PressRelease disclaims any content contained in this press release. Please see our complete Terms of Service disclaimer for more information.