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The North East's biggest TV Production company Joins wZw
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Taken from the wZw website... http://www.wzwuk.com
We are DELIGHTED to announce that JAG Productions has joined the wZw Team, with the aim of producing a weekly wZw TV programme.
JAG Productions Director, John George said, “We are delighted to be awarded the contract for the media requirements for wZw as we believe this organisation has the vision and ability to take Wrestling to the next generation and offer a total entertainment package for the fans of the sport.
With over 11 years experience of recording sports for the major satellite and terrestrial TV companies, from Ice Hockey to Speedway and Basketball to Kick Boxing we are confident the package that has been put together will be without doubt the best coverage given to wrestling anywhere in the UK.”
This addition brings together a phenomenal team of wZw, New York Productions and JAG Productions that will produce a must-see weekly wrestling show. Fronted by a former Sky Sports TV presenter, the weekly show kicks off in great style at Ponteland Leisure Centre on 7th July, with an 'England -v- Scotland' theme as wZw take on a team from Scotland's BCW.
The full-on production includes a full set, lights and sounds by NYP, a new-to-wZw MC, video taping and studio editing by JAG (including kick-ass CGI), and best of all (as some would say!) the AMAZING wZw Wonderbabes, a professional, skimply-clad dance group (all big fans of Iceman, we hear!).
This is the pilot show, the weekly shows actually starting in late September. We've already got some amazing talent lined up, guest commentators, and interviews with some of the gods of wrestling!
AND THERE'S MORE!
The wZw Team are putting together another phenomenal, even bigger programme - keep checking for details...
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