Jupiter, FL, July 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- DMG Productions announced today that they will be releasing a three-part series of their hit show Business Update, to focus on the world of information technology.
“IT, or information technology, is a field that we are all familiar with today,” said Mike Stratos, producer for the series. “The rise of the smartphone, wireless internet, and seamless data sharing has created an exciting industry that is only beginning to realize its potential.”
In this series, Business Update viewers will be taken on an in-depth tour of the information technology industry: from software development and intellectual property, to identity theft protection, Business Update is set to explore IT like never before.
“In today's world, if you don't have technology, you don't have a business,” said Dr. Barbara Rembiesa, CEO of IAITAM, or the International Association of IT Asset Managers. “If you're not managing that technology, then you're not managing your business.”
“Despite the incredible rise in the usage of computers for home and business, many people today still take technology for granted,” said Vince Moss, creative director for DMG Productions. “Business Update: Exploring IT will show Discovery Channel audiences just how important information technology is to modern society.”
About Business Update:
Business Update is a corporate-America type series covering the world of business, finance and technology. From Main Street to Wall Street, our award-winning producers take an in-depth look into some of the hottest topics and current trends impacting our society.
About DMG Productions:
The DMG production team consists of producers, cameraman and editors that have worked for CNN, TLC, Discovery, and other major news and cable networks. Our staff includes personnel specialized in various fields from agriculture to medicine, independent films to regional news. Our field producers utilize the core concepts from our producers who storyboard our programs, and work closely with experts in the field to develop the educational programs. This powerful force enables us to consistently produce commercial-free, educational programming that both viewers and networks depend on.