Eatery Pulse begins production of Swizzle Chill TV Season 2, adds Season 3

Washington, D.C. (May 14, 2019) – Starting this spring, The Swizzle Chill Channel, operated by Eatery Pulse Media, films Season 2 of its visually-engaging video broadcast show. The new season of Swizzle Chill TV – DC Food, Drink and Lifestyle Show continues to celebrate the food scene in Washington, D.C. with chef-driven episodes. In Swizzle Chill TV’s second year, Season 2 is expected to build on the quality and creativity of its HD programming, and spotlight top venues and chefs in Greater D.C. Multi-brand Eatery Pulse Media is a primary source of restaurant news, and a custom, creative media firm and business consultancy,

“Swizzle Chill TV is a locally-created videocast that draws upon the experiences of local talent and video creators to celebrate D.C.’s food scene,” says Rick Zambrano, Swizzle Chill producer and editor. “We’re excited about our second and third seasons, and what we can bring to foodies and food & drink stakeholders in the D.C. market.” Anchor Bryce Shemer returns to Season 2, accompanied by Co-Anchor Lisa Comento and creative consultancy and production unit, studio team, the creators of the show.

Swizzle Chill TV is a food and drink discovery show that uses ultra-high definition to display restaurants and bars in visually-engaging fashion. Supported by social media and mobile updates, the show continues to attract and engage viewers. Food and drink aficionados can watch Swizzle Chill TV episodes on local segments of Facebook and Twitter, and also on YouTube.

Season 3 will begin filming during the holidays and pick up where Season 2 ends, capturing food destinations, set in the backdrop of a majestic, autumn skyline.

“Swizzle Chill TV puts the spotlight on great. local venues and hard-working restaurant owners, chefs and restaurant workers,” adds Zambrano. “Swizzle Chill is something that everyone in D.C. can get behind. Because of the amount of interest we’re generating, we’ll run Seasons 2 and 3 in back-to-back fashion to keep the energy and excitement that we’re getting from the local scene going this spring to the next.”

Restaurateurs can view the media kit here and request an order from Zambrano at show@eaterypulse.net. Swizzle Chill TV, which is operated as an advertorial to maintain its independence, has only three shows available for booking as of today. This June, the Swizzle Chill Channel will launch EPN College and Swizzle Chill Engage to further support and promote the foodservice industry in the Washington, D.C. region.

About The Swizzle Chill Channel

The Swizzle Chill Channel highlights some of the best of drinking, dining, living and “chilling” in the nation’s capital, periodically bringing exciting facets of Washington, D.C. life and its surrounding suburbs to readers and viewers. As part of the Eatery Pulse Network, The Swizzle Chill Channel brings video-based updates, interviews and exploration of the District online, in digital format and on social media. The Swizzle Chill Channel keeps foodies and restaurant industry stakeholders informed, and comprises Swizzle Chill TV, the Swizzle Chill Blog, District Restaurants and Living, Eatery Pulse News DC and EPN College. Swizzle Chill TV episodes are produced and filmed by arel7 studio team in ultra-HD format.

arel7 studio team

arel7 studio team creates visually-compelling and unique experiences to engage your clients, customers and prospects through its ultra-HD production solutions, custom media and video marketing programs. Currently, studio team offers its clients 6K production to amp up their brands and stories. studio team helps businesses tell their stories through beautiful and visually-engaging video and content-rich custom media programs. Swizzle Chill TV is filmed by studio team on location in Greater Washington, D.C.

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The Eatery Pulse Network, which comprises a portfolio of magazines and web-broadcast shows with journalistic and highly-meaningful foodservice and food industry content.

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