Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—As we enter the holiday season, Team Newscast
Media would like to wish all our readers a Happy Christmas and a prosperous new
year. There is a lot of to be thankful for the past year and what lies ahead.
We will leave you with a play-by-play tour of Houston and its incredible
freeways. Houston is referred to as “stack city” with more stack interchanges
(overpasses) than any other city in the world. It is also the best freeway system
worldwide that are built over 100 feet in the air. Sit back and take a video tour of
H-Town: CONTINUE TO WATCH VIDEOS OF HOUSTON>>
Newscast Media Houston news — Houston Dynamo, the two-time MLS champions will be hosting Manchester United at Reliant Stadium on July 28, 2010. The eagerly awaited North American tour will be sure to please soccer fans across the country.
Manchester United holds 18 Barclays Premier League Championship titles. Under the leadership of Sir Alex Ferguson since 1986, Manchester United has pieced together a lineup that is full of international stars such as Dimitar Berbatov (Bulgaria), Nani (Portugal), Edwin van der Sar (Netherlands), Antonio Valencia
(Ecuador) and legendary midfielder Ryan Giggs (Wales). This April, Manchester United announced the signing of Mexican star Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez.
The MLS All-Stars have won five of their previous six meetings with international clubs, outscoring their opponents 14-5. The game will be live on ESPN2.
Below is the Manchester United North American Tour Schedule
July 16 Manchester United vs. Celtic F.C. 8:00 pm
ET Rogers Centre, Toronto
July 21 Manchester United vs. Philadelphia Union TBD Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia
July 25 Manchester United vs. Kansas City Wizards 6:00 pm ET
Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City
July 28 2010 AT&T MLS All-Star Game vs. Manchester United 8:30 pm ET Reliant Stadium, Houston.
For more information call (713) 276-7500
NewscastMedia.com Houston – Several months after Hurricane Ike hit the Houston Galveston area, the recovery efforts were geared to restoring life back to where it was before the storm. Some businesses in Galveston closed as a result and have never reopened, while others were able to rebuild and thrive again.
Newscast Media did a follow up almost a year after Ike and met with Leonor Rodriguez an 80-year old widow whose house was destroyed by the storm. To her surprise, after the storm subsided, several
businesses and volunteers rebuilt her house and refurnished it free of charge. Explore the slideshow and see the aftermath of the hurricane as well as Leonor Rodriguez.
PHOTO GALLERY >> http://www.newscastmedia.com/ikeaftermath.htm
Former presidents George H. W. Bush and his son George W. Bush at the Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas, honoring the troops. Over 10,000 Houstonians attended the event.
George W. Bush currently lives in Dallas while his father George H. W. Bush lives in Houston. PHOTO GALLERY>> http://www.newscastmedia.com/bushes.htm
NewscastMedia — Texas Gov. Rick Perry held a behind-the-scenes town hall meeting with his supporters in Sugarland, a Houston suburb, where he spoke about the current state of the economy.
Perry said, “This economy that we have today did not happen by accident.” He continued to say, “Ronald Reagan got it. He understood the principles of supply side economics. That if you will not overburden the job creators with taxes and regulations, and litigation, that they will in turn, risk their capital and create jobs…and the economy and the people will flourish.”
Rick Perry has always argued that Texas has the strongest economy in America that’s why more and more businesses are moving to Texas. Perry has used this argument to persuade voters to cast their ballots for him, because his governorship has strengthened the industries in Texas and created jobs while other states are running on deficits.
In November, Perry will be facing his challenger, former Houston mayor Bill White, with whom he has refused to hold debates, until White releases all his tax returns. White partially released some tax returns, but Perry still isn’t satisfied and has demanded a full release of the entire documents.
NewscastMedia.com Houston — The Houston Rockets will be holding auditions for their Power Dancing team this Sunday on July 11, at the Toyota Center, and a select group of talented dancers will be chosen to dance for the NBA team.
The Houston Rockets Power Dancers are an award winning and nationally recognized dance team, best known in Houston for their show stopping routines at Houston Rockets games and community service in the Houston area.
Ladies auditioning for the RPD will need to display a mix of hip-hop, jazz,pom and dance technique. RPD applicants should be 18 years old, a high school graduate and have current full time employment or school enrollment. PHOTO GALLERY >> http://www.newscastmedia.com/powerdancers.htm