The business reality TV series, No More Practice, has been picked up by Channel Seven’s national digital free-to-air station, TV4ME, and will be broadcast on Channel 74.
No More Practice Series 4, consisting of 6 episodes will be broadcast nationally three times a week starting on 6th May, and finishing on 10th June.
The TV4ME weekly timeslots for each episode are as follows:
Monday = 20.30 – 21.00
Wednesday = 19.00 – 19.30
Thursday = 10.00 – 10.30
Viewers can watch the TV show, log on to the No More Practice website, and immediately earn CPD points by answering questions online.
Vanessa Stoykov, founder of No More Practice (and CEO of evolution media group) said:
“Following the showing of No More Practice on SKY Business, it is great that the Seven Digital Network is broadcasting the No More Practice show to a national audience via free-to-air television.”
“By broadcasting No More Practice on Seven’s TV4ME, we are bringing business education into lounge rooms across Australia,” added Vanessa.
Watch No More Practice on Channel 74, then log on to: www.nomorepractice.com.au
No More Practice is a wholly owned subsidiary of evolution media group
What is No More Practice?
Our mission with No More Practice is to improve the business value of advisers, accountants, planners and broker businesses in all phases of their business life cycle. We do this via case studies in an entertaining reality TV style format, a weekly email newsletter, a live marketplace to source new licensing options and service providers, and a live event to unite all these professions.
With an existing registered viewer audience in excess of 20,000, No More Practice has proven effectiveness in delivering leads for show partners. Whilst the hero series will be available on TV, the CPD accredited educational materials (TV show and newsletter) will be distributed online.
NMP recently launched a new financial services training and education division that will offer online education services as well as live event education services, through its 20,000 strong community.