NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Apr 20, 2015) – “New To The Street” is excited to announce the addition of the History Channel, as well as A&E, to its roster of networks covering the “New To The Street” Series.
Our latest taping set for April 29, 2015 at our NYC Studios will feature the series’ new state of the art “real” set, and will be previewing a large array of companies in many interesting segments of business.
This will be the second installment of Accurexa, Inc., (OTCQB: ACXA), speaking with George Yu, the CEO, on the exciting advancements in the delivery of chemotherapy to the brain through their “BranchPoint Device.”
This show will also feature the second installment of Axxess Unlimited, (OTC PINK: AXXU), with its latest CEO, Richard Sharp, and their technology that is designed to reduce employer liability by ensuring proper rules are followed with respect to all drug testing in the workplace, specifically relating to the ever changing marijuana laws.
This taping will preview for the first time Lalpina – American Premium Water Corp, (OTC PINK: HIPH), interviewing Alfred Culbreth, the CEO, on the benefits of drinking high PH water. It will also showcase New Colombia Resources, (OTCQB: NEWC), and its CEO, John Campo. New Colombia Resources is acquiring coal concessions in Columbia in order to satisfy the world market demand for coal.
Lastly, the show will feature CEO, Shai Novik, Chairman of GlassesOff, (OTCQB: GLSOD), speaking of the science behind their proprietary method for improving near vision sharpness by improving the image processing function in the visual cortex of the brain.
About “New To The Street”
New to the Street paves the way to the latest financial issues, offering a blend of business and financial services news reporting and in-depth interviews relating to new products, economic analysis and public company profiles. New to the Street is produced by FMW Media Works Corp. a leading provider of business profiles and corporate special programming, and airs as paid-programming on select stations nationwide including The History Channel and A&E. reaching more than 95 million homes. Visit www.newtothestreet.com.