Eatery Pulse News Media debuts new Washington, D.C. food and drink magazine, grows web-based broadcasting
April 9, 2018 (Washington, D.C.) —Eatery Pulse News Media, a fast-growing information services and content marketing firm, announced that its newest publication, Swizzle Chill, will debut in April with a preview issue. Covering food & drink topics, luxury real estate and other important lifestyle topics in the Washington, D.C. market, Swizzle Chill is one of the most anticipated publications from foodservice veteran and documentary producer Rick Zambrano, and Swizzle Chill TV discovery programming has already launched here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQMOIEmkwEI.
“Our newest publication, Swizzle Chill, will complement the D.C. area’s media coverage of thriving local bar and restaurant scenes, real estate and lifestyle options with an inside perspective from the food industry,” says Rick Zambrano, Eatery Pulse executive editor. “The magazine will be a fun, high-energy and joyous source of local discovery of D.C.’s best experiences and provide further visibility to our restaurant community, in addition to creating another unique, curated marketing channel.”
Swizzle Chill is the most recent magazine published by Eatery Pulse Media, on the eve of the one-year anniversary of Eatery Pulse News, a foodservice publication dedicated to restaurant owners, executives, professionals and front-line workers operating in the D.C.-area. The magazine is made possible by growing brand recognition, outreach and engagement with the local D.C.-area food community leadership by Zambrano and the anchors and writers of the publication and web broadcast shows.
“We continue to engage top D.C. restaurant and real estate industry stakeholders and expand our local programming, particularly as we complete the research and fundraising phase of our industry documentary film series,” adds Zambrano. “We are D.C.’s storytellers, highlighting the accomplishments of our small business industry in high-res digital publications and in 4K UHD programming while we democratize access to meaningful news, insights, video marketing and content.”
To celebrate, Swizzle Chill TV launches with four web broadcast shows during spring and summer 2018, continuing to invest in its local programming and attracting the support of top restaurateurs in the area. Local restaurateurs and top-shelf publicists have been interested in the evolving programming and are reaching out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eatery Pulse News Media is not just launching a magazine, but a community of foodservice and foodie professionals, in addition to real estate and lifestyle experts. Expect to see top D.C.-area bloggers, personalities and influencers contributing to the content of the new digital magazine and being featured in the web broadcast.
Subscribe to Swizzle Chill and Swizzle Chill TV at subscribe.swizzlechill.com.
About Eatery Pulse News Media
Eatery Pulse News Media is an information services and content marketing firm, providing content in online, digital and web broadcast format, accompanied by two informative, stylish, digital magazines for the Washington, D.C. area landscape. Eatery Pulse empowers foodservice professionals, small business owners, and foodies to further engage and celebrate food and drink topics, as well as profit and benefit from a growing and renowned food scene.
As a source of information services, Eatery Pulse is second to none in telling the story of local businesses and reporting news in visually compelling published formats, as well as 4K UHD video productions. Studio Solutions EP is an affiliate content marketing and consultancy firm, creating unique experiences in content and video that businesses nationwide can use to help propel their value propositions, in addition to advisory, cost analysis and marketing solutions.
Eatery Pulse TV News Network
The Eatery Pulse TV News Network comprises a portfolio of magazines and web broadcast shows with highly-meaningful foodservice and food industry content, including Swizzle Chill and Eatery Pulse News magazines, and Swizzle Chill TV.