February 26, 2017
Punch TV Studios strives to inspire the younger generation by providing local high school students with the opportunity to intern at their local production company.
Punch TV Studios continues to empower the community with partnering with Inglewood High School to offer paid internships to students interested in mass media. Students are mentored by trained staff in areas of social media, public relations, programming and graphic design.
Inglewood Unified School District is a low-funded district that has succeeded in thinking outside the box when it comes to enriching the educational experience for its students.
Inglewood is determined to bring art based courses back to their schools to expand student creativity and inspire future careers.
The Punch TV Studios platform aims to be the ‘unfiltered voice of the people’, highlighting a number of community issues including gang violence, economic disparity, and police brutality. Added to this, Punch TV Studios encourages community empowerment, and the need to be proactive to improve and secure a strong future for the youth of today.
Punch TV Studios, an American production company, is recognized throughout the entertainment and media industry for developing original and creative content for licensing and distribution around the world.
In June of 2016, Punch TV Studios launched there Initial Public Offering (IPO). Projections currently estimate the company will generate more than half a billion dollars in annual revenue by year four post the IPO. The starting price of just $1 per share was move that makes investing in Punch TV affordable to all members of the public, regardless of their socioeconomic background.
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