New York City, NY (PressExposure) July 19, 2006 -- TVWorldwide.com, a fast-growing web-based global TV network, in cooperation with Media Training Worldwide, the worldâs leading presentation and media training firm, announced strong on-line attendance of thousands globally for the July 13th live formal launch webcast of âThe Speaking Channelâ, http://www.speakingchannel.tv, an Internet TV Channel featuring live and on-demand content for people who want to learn from great speakers and improve on their own speaking skills. Shortly after the webcast, the companies also announced an agreement between the Speaking Channel and the New York Chapter on the National Speaking Association to be the official webcaster of the chapterâs monthly meetings with the events to be made available via the channel, on-demand.
The companies were also pleased to report that based on extensive feedback, even dating back to the soft-launch in May, this Internet TV channel continues to leverage compelling new content to attract strong audience participation from those interested in honing their presentation skills, whether they are speaking to large or small audiences, the news media or in civic or social arenas.
The channel features content that addresses speaking excellence to build individual presentation skills in the following areas. 1. Business (large and small group presentations). 2. Public life (civic affairs and politics). 3. Work life (employee communication/job interviews). 3. Family/social communication (parties/networking events). The Channel will continue to feature television programming that celebrates outstanding spoken communication and gives viewers learning tools on how to build and improve their own speaking skills.
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âSpeaking is the #1 fear most people have,â said TJ Walker. âAnd yet every promotion, new business client or vote has been earned by someone willing to speak. The Speaking Channel is the one place in the world where anyone interested in great speakers or becoming a better speaker can come and experience the real deal.â
âWe were very pleased with the healthy audience response to the live formal launch webcast from our Speaking Channel Studios at Times Square in New York, and provisioned our servers to meet the demand,â commented Dave Gardy, CEO of TV Worldwide. âAs with many of our other Internet TV Channels it is clear thereâs a demand for the Speaking Channelâs brand of âlean-inâ interactive video content that speaking enthusiasts crave for improving their skills.â
Visitors to The Speaking Channel.com ( [http://www.thespeakingchannel.com]) should have the Windows Media player installed prior to view the content, including the free on-demand video of the July 13 th launch party video webcast. Technical questions can be directed to 703-961-9250, ext 223 or firstname.lastname@example.org about both the event and other live and on demand Speaking Channel content.