Disclosure NewswireTMiCrowdNewswire - Aug 16, 2016
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – EYE ON MEDIA NETWORK (OTC: EOMN) announced today it has started production on a controversial new television series, The Devil In Divorce. Nearly 50 percent of first marriages in the US end in divorce, and the number is over 60 percent for second marriages. And as most Americans know, the only clear winners in the divorce process are the lawyers.
What toll does divorce take -on families, children, friends, careers, finances? What are the secrets of divorce, and how can you minimize this traumatic experience if it happens to you? How much will divorce really cost you – financially, emotionally, spiritually?
Those are the questions that will be discussed and answered by a panel of experts in the new reality TV series The Devil in Divorce. Presenting material through real-life re-enactments and in-studio guests, The Devil in Divorce is lively, engaging, informative and necessary educational programming.
Matrimonial and Family Law attorney Joe Costello, a former collegiate baseball player, will interview people with their own divorce horror stories, and a panel of experts including lawyers, former judges, therapists and marriage counselors will offer advice, alternatives, and words of wisdom. The show will house a full-time Legal Team made up of researchers, attorneys, former judges and experts that will assist with developing, writing and producing show segments.
The Devil in Divorce takes the divorce process and breaks it down for the general population so that it is no longer cloaked in legalese. Empowering viewers with the knowledge they need to deal with the divorce process following the collapse of a marriage, The Devil in Divorce reminds and educates viewers that the power belongs in the hands of the people.
Taped in front of a live audience in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, each episode of The Devil in Divorce will open with an anecdotal story relevant to the day’s episode, then feature two segments of real people telling their divorce stories to the expert panel, who will weigh in with thoughts, comments and questions. Each episode will close with a recap told by the host and a legal tip or piece of advice from the panel.
The Devil in Divorce will air on the CW / Channel 39 in Fort Lauderdale / Miami, with a potential audience of 2.8 million households. A secondary audience of 48 million potential households is available via Eye On Media Network’s national distribution channel, and an ongoing international audience of 100 million viewers is available through the web and social media outlets.
About Eye On Media Network
Eye on Media Network, Inc., (OTC: EOMN) is a publicly traded, full media production and distribution company utilizing broadcast TV, internet, print, and radio. For more information, visit eyeonmedianetwork.com / channel16live.com.
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