New TV show set to open Blockchain to the world

New TV show set to open Blockchain to the world

A new weekly business TV show is set to showcase Blockchain companies, cryptoassets and ICOs to a global audience.

Coincast TV, created by ICO advisor DigitalX and respected crypto business news platform Multiplier Crypto, will be broadcast on Sky News Business, and syndicated across Apple TV, the Wall St Journal and related social platforms, reaching an audience of almost 200 million viewers worldwide.

The program will profile Blockchain companies, provide in-depth market analysis and the latest Blockchain news with a focus on business journalism to educate people and grow the market.

"Coincast TV will be a half-hour, weekly Blockchain news program, featuring sponsored news content from Blockchain and cryptocurrency businesses around the world," said DigitalX CEO Leigh Travers.

"The Coincast TV program is launching off the back of the success we've seen from our existing Blockchain-media platforms, and the positive response we've had from our global audience."

Coincast TV executive producer Heidi Cuthbert, who brings her experience as a former Bloomberg Television anchor to the show, described the new program as 'CNBC meets MTV'.

"We have recruited a team of former business journalists from highly regarded media outlets such as Sky News and Bloomberg. While we are producing sponsored content, we will keep ultimate editorial control of the program," said Ms Cuthbert.

Major sponsors of Coincast TV include CollinStar Capital, Japan-based ICO advisor CTIA, and Caleb & Brown.

The show will air weekly on Sky News Business in Australia at 7.30pm (EST) on Friday evenings, with several repeat episodes over the weekend.

The first show will go to air on Friday, 10 August 2018.

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