Santa Monica, CA, December 04, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Beginning in May 2006, KGTV of American Broadcasting Company (ABC) San Diego will begin airing a non-traditional newscast called “10-4 San Diego.” The show will replace the time slot currently held by “The Oprah Winfrey Show” featuring all things local. “10-4 San Diego” targets Internet-savvy San Diegans with active lifestyles and features makeovers, cooking and travel segments, home and family, entertainment news and how-to guides.
“Warbasse Media has provided L.A. Fairchild with an exceptional opportunity to reach a much larger audience through media public relations,” said Philip Warbasse, President/CEO of Warbasse Media. “Exposure on television combined with online public relations will serve to solidify L.A. Fairchild’s place in the market while giving them significant exposure.” L.A. Fairchild boutique and L.A. Fairchild denim bar will provide fashionable clothing for both the female and male hosts of “10-4 San Diego.” Warbasse Media is also well positioned to promote its clients in the following markets: San Diego (KFMB CBS), San Francisco (KGO ABC, KPIX CBS), Phoenix (KPNX NBC, KPHO CBS, KSAZ FOX) and New York (WABC ABC).
About Warbasse Media:
At Warbasse Media, our core objective is to help our clients become better known and better understood through the development and deployment of robust online services and media public relations. Founded in 2000 by Philip Warbasse, today our team of designers, developers, illustrators and creative professionals help businesses with varying goals and budgets leverage their investment on the world wide web and various media outlets by creating a holistic approach to their web design, public relations and marketing requirements. For additional information relating online or media PR, visit http://www.warbassemedia.com, email Katie Doling-Bastianelli at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602.451.9586.