News Media Group

News Media Group Inc. (NMG) produces original television and radio programming used by public relations professionals to gain media exposure for their brands and clients. Founded in 2009 and based in West Palm Beach, FL, NMG is a leader in organizing and producing co-op satellite media tours and exclusive satellite media tours (SMTs) and radio media tours (RMTs) throughout the year for Fortune 500 and other leading companies. NMG broadcasts clients’ messages through its well-established relationship of television and radio stations in top markets nationwide. We guarantee millions of impressions on television, radio and the Internet through this network. We invite you to explore opportunities to work with News Media Group by Contacting Us ».

Our Work

We worked with Digital Lifestyle Expert Mario Armstrong and Ford Motor Company on a Satellite Media Tour to introduce viewers to Ford’s Research & Innovation Center in Palo Alto, California where they are developing technology that will transform the way we drive. For more information about Satellite Media Tours, click here.

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MoviePass isn't exactly taking off and now it has more limits.
At it again...Europe makes another attempt to standardize phone chargers.
We are finding more driver services popping up around the globe.
We have yet to see if Snapchat will thrive under the internet's conventions it follows now.
In the fight against fake news, data journalism helps to seek out the truth.
A look back at a pre-Facebook world as MySpace turns 15.
This motherboard gives mid-range users access to high-end features. #B450 @AMD
This app vulnerability gives the ability for hackers to have messages changed around even after it's sent.
The new @Samsung Harman sound bar is here! Check it out!
Fortnite on Android isn't coming anytime soon.
Storm Watch automation comes with the @Tesla Powerwall and companion mobile app.
Looks like there will be more of an "instant" experience for app developers with this platform.
Winners chosen in @NASA's robotic arm contest.
These @Bose headsets let you talk to Alexa.
Saudi Crown Prince is looking to make his nation more of a tech leader with bigger investments in Tesla along with other tech initiatives.
More evidence supports that there was an attempted attack on the Venezuelan president from drones.
NASA wants to encourage students, hobbyists, and enthusiasts to work on rover technology, making it open source.
Smart cities still have to clean up some bugs.
Leaks show some hints of blue in the normally somber hues of @BlackBerry's phones. This will mix things up with their KEY2 LE line.
A fall release teaser on the capabilities added to #iOS12.
This AI will help investors make better decisions about properties. #SkylineAI
G Suite now has a better Voice.
With Google Maps starting to charge for use on websites, there are free alternatives to showing a location.
Why Alexa isn't a good shopping assistant.
Updates to Oreo on mid-range Samsung phones looks to be delayed.
A ban on Facebook of InfoWars is a bit confusing...and not because of fake news.
A smart look into the future as the #iPhoneX captures memories in an engaging way.
Although this isn't as light or thin as another model, this workstation laptop offers massive storage capacity options alongside top-tier hardware. @lenovo #ThinkPadP72
West Virginia to pioneer mobile voting for troops overseas in November.
Upgrade and "regression" made on Android Pie. See what's missing.
InfoWars tests the limits of free speech on social media.
This home wireless coverage controls your smart home as well. @Samsung
Another brew of Intel's barebones mini-PC is coming up on pre order.
This Android attack relies on lazy storage protocols. #ManintheDisk
As the demand for Samsung phones decline, they are looking to close down one of their factories in China.
Hundreds are getting locked out of their Instagram accounts.
A look at Sprint as it will soon close with a merger with T-Mobile.
Despite an exit in Southeast Asia's business, Uber is recruiting heavily in Singapore.
Foreshadow has rocked Intel's processors and customers will be rushing into the Cascade Lake architecture later this year.