From southwest Georgia to South Carolina's Grand Strand, Nikki has worked in a variety of markets as a TV anchor, reporter and producer. Learn more about her here: www.spotlightmediapros.com.
Trump, Putin Duke It out in ‘Blood of Patriots’
San Fernando Valley, California—Josh and Matt Axelman will be the first to admit that they are both hardcore political news junkies. From reading Donald Trump’s never-ending Twitter rants about the “fake media” or the continual saga involving Hillary Clinton’s controversial emails, the two brothers can’t help but stay glued to the real-life soap opera that has become American politics.
Americana Singer to Release Deeply Personal Sophomore Album Following Father’s Suicide
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI—To say that Emma Jo’s sophomore album is long overdue is an understatement. She was just 15-years-old when she released her first solo record, Waiting to be Heard. More than ten years later, the folkabilly singer is back with a powerful new album packed with raw emotion, profound lyrics, and heartfelt melodies. Appropriately titled Brave, her second record is slated for an April 7th, 2018 release, and she couldn’t be more excited.
5-Year-Old on a Mission to Teach Kids the Value of Saving, Investing Their Money at a Young Age
FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA—Kennedy O’Neal may only be 5-years-old, but this kindergartener already understands the importance of saving money at a young age. Her fascination with money actually started while she was still in diapers. As a toddler, she began stashing money away in her piggy bank and would always on the prowl for loose change in the couch or car to add to her collection.
San Francisco Company Makes Blockchain for Finance, Supply Chain and Cryptocurrencies More Secure, Stable with New Blockchain Solution
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA—As virtual currencies continue gaining in popularity, project managers and CTOs at banks, supply chain companies, as well as cryptocurrency users are quickly learning the benefits of Proof of Stake being more accessible, ecological and practical for real life blockchain proofs of concepts. To help industries adopt blockchain with higher ease, Applicature recently launched the Proof of Stake Consensus Protocol on Ethereum, a leading distributed public blockchain network.
Following the Tragic Parkland Shooting, Singer Releases Powerful Single Titled 'Enough is Enough'
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA—Singer Whitney Ann Jenkins is still trying to wrap her head around the latest school tragedy that has once again left so many lives forever changed. On Valentine’s Day, Nikolas Jacob Cruz, 19, walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and opened fire on students and faculty. In the end, 17 people lost their lives.
New Music Video, 'Brand New Shoes,' by Singer Josh Pfeiffer Goes Viral in Classic Boy-Meets-Girl Plot
The New Year is looking pretty good for singer Josh Pfeiffer. Less than a month after dropping his latest single, “Brand New Shoes,” the music video has managed to rack up more than a million views on YouTube alone. You gotta admit this is quite an impressive feat for a singer who has managed to stay relatively low key and out of the limelight.
Author's 105-Year-Old Grandmother Serves as Inspiration for Book on Healthy Living
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS—In his debut book, 15 Steps to Healthy Living, author Dr. Gordon Fimreite combines his vast knowledge on health and wellness with insights from his grandmother to introduce strategies that can be easily adopted into our daily lives to help us manage our overall health.
Feisty Jewish Grandma Serves as Inspiration for Entertaining App
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS — The sharp tongue of Golden Girl’s Sophia Petrillo has nothing on Annette Kleinman Markell—the spunky Jewish grandmother of Cleveland native Brad Kleinman, 36. Markell, or “Gramma Netty” as she is affectionately known, is the face and voice behind iGavolt — a unique iPhone app created for Jewish kids, young and old.