Christopher Lowell seeks products, showrooms for new series
October 26, 2010,
New York--Interior design and lifestyle television personality Christopher Lowell invites manufacturers to submit products for consideration for his new web series, "Ask Christopher," debuting in November.
Lowell is launching a new web series, "Ask Christopher," and looking for products and showrooms to feature in the filming."well is also looking for showroom participants when he takes the show on the road to the Las Vegas Market in January.
"Ask Christopher" will broadcast over the web as a consumer source for simple and affordable home improvement and "lifestyle knowhow," using social media, the internet and television to create what Lowell hopes will be an intimate, interactive forum. "People today have less time to be tethered to their TV sets for often-skewed lifestyle information," Lowell said. "Our goal is to supply viewers with honest know-how that's on demand and mobile -- like having a personal designer and lifestyle authority with you at all times."
The fully produced "Ask Christopher" show will be viewable on the Christopher Lowell website www.christopherlowell.com beginning in November. Specific episodes will also appear on various social media portals as well as websites of participating sponsors.
To date, Christopher Lowell Productions has produced more than 800 hours of original programming for the Discovery Channel, including Interior Motives with Christopher Lowell, Wall to Wall and his Emmy-Award winning show, The Christopher Lowell Show. As a key component to "Ask Christopher," he also interacts through his Twitter @askclowell and Facebook accounts and is a contributor to a variety of other home design websites. In 2010, Lowell released his newest collection of office furniture with Office Depot and has partnered with Alluminaire for a signature collection of lighting.
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