Washington, DC, August 09, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Eatery Pulse News Media, a fast-growing trade news outlet for restaurateurs in the Metro-Washington, D.C. market, has announced a new film unit, Ciné, and its documentary, “Restaurant Landscape in Flux.” to be released spring 2018. The film will document the changing dynamics of an environment for independent restaurateurs, as well as chains, that is rapidly changing with advancing technology, consumer preferences for cleaner, better and local food, the onset of virtual restaurants and restaurants defining their concepts through technology advances and innovation, or what the company calls “digital-casual restaurants.” The project is expected to start filming between November and December of this year, after securing distribution channels.
Additionally, Eatery Pulse TV released its most informative and stylish episode yet in “Elevating the Guest and Craft Beer Experience” at three.eaterypulse.tv. The online and YouTube-based news show series delivers news analysis, insights and best practices to restaurateurs in D.C. and across the Internet.
Eatery Pulse currently offers a portfolio of information services, news, and free resources at eaterypulse.com and a YouTube-based news show at eaterypulse.tv. At the head of the documentary project is Rick Zambrano, executive editor and news producer. His career in food-related businesses has spanned more than 15 years and includes trend analysis, financial analysis, research, writing and consulting. As a writer and researcher, Zambrano has interviewed dozens of top restaurant executives and consultants in the industry in the past, and the project will be reaching out to those individuals as fall 2017 begins.
Trade news network publishes content highly-meaningful to restaurateurs in Metro-D.C.
“We’re excited to announce Ciné by Eatery Pulse and the new documentary,” says Zambrano. “This is a great opportunity to chronicle what is happening in the industry and to learn from top restaurateurs and executives. The documentary will work to answer the questions of how and why the restaurant industry is changing so quickly, and what consumer behaviors and technological disruption is at play.”
Eatery Pulse TV is already chronicling the best of what restaurateurs are doing in the D.C. area and the best practices that will be learned from them. Restaurateurs can access the show at eaterypulse.tv and the shows are fully-integrated in Eatery Pulse News, a bi-monthly, digital magazine. Eatery Pulse provides trade news for the restaurant industry, so it has specific interest and value to restaurant owners.
Insights from top thought leaders to be involved in restaurant documentary
Zambrano says he will invite top executives and leaders in the restaurant industry to participate. Additional independent restaurateurs, who are locally- and regionally-based in top restaurant cities will be invited for an interview. There are various ways to be involved organically in the documentary, including background research, data points, on-camera interviews and in-restaurant storylines.
Zambrano’s access to the video capabilities of Eatery Pulse TV and its services arm, Studio Solutions EP, will engender local support in the Washington, D.C. market, but the project will be filmed outside the region as well. Eatery Pulse is expected to solicit and take the best advice of the best minds and “hands” in the restaurant industry. “We’d like to start here in the great city of Washington, D.C., which has become a hub of culinary innovation and a recognized food destination among critics and journalists,” adds Zambrano. “It’s a tribute to what D.C. and the surrounding suburbs represent in the food industry.”
The new Ciné group will also manage the Eatery Pulse TV project going forward and possible future documentaries. Subscribe to Eatery Pulse TV at subscribe.eaterypulse.tv to continue watching the evolution of local trade news into a more informative and dynamic format for restaurateurs, and reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to review organic and sponsorship opportunities with Ciné.
About Eatery Pulse News Media
Eatery Pulse News Media signals the arrival of a restaurant industry trade news network in online video format, accompanied by an informative, stylish, digital magazine for the D.C. area, and a live-events and direct- services platform managed by consultancy Studio Solutions EP. The all-digital news network responded to a need in Metro-D.C. for increased access for restaurateurs to cutting-edge news topics, best practices and hyper-local D.C.-area trends. Topics comprise technology, including mobile and IoRT, culinary trends and insights, marketing & social media, operations, and new concept design. Ciné is its newly-formed film unit.