Eatery Pulse expands visual restaurant news platform
Premiere of streeming restaurant news video magazine arrives this winter
Washington, D.C. (November 27, 2019) Eatery Pulse Media, a primary source of restaurants news and a custom media and business consultancy, expands its multi-media information services with an exponential expansion of its visual restaurant news platform. The Washington, D.C.-based publisher is expanding its video-based news service. Eatery Pulse Streem adds 30 more “streems” over the winter and spring seasons. It’s news delivered quickly to the nation’s top restaurant industry owners/operators and executives. Eatery Pulse Streem powers news briefs on social media and original ultra-HD videos.
“We’re excited to expand our recurring information services for the benefit of restaurant executives, owners and professionals nationwide,” said Rick Zambrano, Eatery Pulse Media editor. “Providing restaurant news in easy-to-digest formats, which saves restaurant leaders and professionals time was the driving force behind Eatery Pulse Streem,”
Expanding visual restaurant news platform
Over this winter and spring, the Eatery Pulse Network, a collection of multimedia-based digital magazines and information services, will multiply its content threefold and become accessible on any device. Restaurant owners and executives already consider Eatery Pulse a vital tool to stay informed of important restaurant industry news and trends. Now, the network will become a regular source of important restaurant news in multiple formats: video, digital, audio and online.
The foodservice publisher will add:
Restaurant C-Suite Visual Restaurant News Magazine moves to the restaurant news video platform for streeming, original-source news reporting. Additionally, this quarterly video magazine will cover important topics released in the digital version, combined with analysis and discussion. The original, digital version will continue to be accessible as part of the Eatery Pulse Plus collection via subscription.
Eatery Pulse adds EPN Portfolio. Through the monthly subscription service, restaurateurs can get caught up on national restaurant news in 15 minutes. It’s a robust, comprehensive source of monthly news briefs. Portfolio becomes yet another vital tool that restaurant owners, operators and executives can access.
In addition, Eatery Pulse Streem will connect restaurant owners, executives and professionals to restaurant news on more devices. Starting Winter 2020, Eatery Pulse Media will also add an additional distribution platform.
Eatery Pulse News, Eatery Pulse Streem (videos and sm-based news), Restaurant C-Suite Magazine, and EPN Portfolio are also part of the ever-expanding Eatery Pulse Network. Moreover, the publisher already operates a visually-compelling, growing foodie network, known as Swizzle Chill, in the Greater-D.C. Region,
Saving top restaurant industry professionals time and money to stay current, informed
“By combining amplifying our multimedia news platform, we diversify and improve our news and analysis,” noted Zambrano. “We also welcome experts, executives and owners to tap into our platform.”
Initially launched as a news blog more than a year ago, Streem now produces first-hand reporting and curated news briefs. Eatery Pulse Streem videos report news across the restaurant industry in about three minutes.
It also connects readers with Eatery Pules news updates on social media, Apple News and in video formats. To subscribe. navigate to subscribe.eatery.news. To view restaurant news updates, click over to eaterypulse.com or watch videos on social media.
About Eatery Pulse Media
Based in the Washington, D.C. market, Eatery Pulse Media is a primary source of national restaurant industry news and content, providing information services, consulting and a creative custom-content studio for business. As a multi-brand trade publisher, it delivers news content in multiple formats, including video broadcast. Eatery Pulse empowers foodservice professionals, business owners, and foodies to further engage and celebrate food and drink topics, as well as to profit and benefit from a growing food scene.
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