Church Newscast Kids A Hit!

There was no big buildup or fanfare. The two young girls simply got behind the news desk and the camera recorded their first appearance delivering news items that had caught their eyes that day, At the beginning of their debut, Amari Chambers, who is a teen-ager, fluffed a word and they both got the giggles, which accidently stayed in when it was posted on YouTube and Tangle.

Audience reaction was immediate. The fluff & giggles moment connected with viewers. The kids were a hit. Amari had never been on camera or in front of an audience. She was shy and was surprised that she had been asked to be on the newscast.  Her father, Charles, who drove her to the studio decided to stay and watch, which made her so nervous that she asked if he could come and pick her up later. Interesting, she will be seen by 10 million people but is nervous for her dad to be there in the studio as she does it.

Camilla Spangler is 11 years old and is a natural born performer. Last weekend she won a dance competition in California, an event that went on for two days, and danced off with the first-place Gold Award.

The MVCC Newscast,which already has gained a wide circulation, will soon go to streaming news, then to Christian TV networks. Here's the latest from our Newscast Kids. Click on this link;

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Newscast Kids Quickly Embraced

There is a new addition to a unique newscast being produced and aired by Mountain View Christian Center in Oakley, California which is now being aired throughout the world. The Kidscast consists of a team of young girls that everyone would love to have as daughters, or, later on, as daughters-in-law.

The AGN-TCL Good News For The World immediately caught favor with viewers because of the uplifting content, not preaching mind you, but stories gathered from news reports that the mainstream media have either buried or censored altogether (they prefer the detailed gory stuff).

The AGN (America's Good News) TCL (The Connecting Link) newscast spotlights such under-reported stories as a black high school where every student there graduated, were tested and accepted by major colleges and incredible art auction during the Viet Nam era...a new look at "Old Geezers" and other stories from the news that will tickle the funny bone. It makes for a neat break in the midst of a chaotic day.

What is especially appealing, according to viewers, is that each newscast features tidbits of the news in segments that run less than 10 minutes. Short, sweet, and meaningful.

Starting with no fanfare or advanced publicity, curious viewers saw the listing,  tuned in, liked it, told others, sent links to friends and other news sources. Plus the newscasts are being picked up by Asian countries that particularly seem to enjoy this approach to the news-of-the-day coming from America.

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