I wanted to let you know that The View Brand Ambassador program I had been invited to take part in is coming to an official end, as they were doing a test for the past month to secure information and ideas from moms like us that would impact future programming to further interest us to watch the show.
It's likely that they will be doing this again soon and will keep you posted.
In the meantime, I wanted to take one more opportunity to gather from you any insights or feedback you would like to have me share with the ABC staff regarding future programming.
Here is your chance to further shape the content they consider moving forward, and especially guests that are interest to you as a mom.
Please feel free to share with me here or on my blog (www.mommyspointofview.com) your thoughts about The View, what you would like to see in the future, what you liked and didn't like, etc.
Thank you again for your ears on this and interest in wanting to help play a part in transforming future programming that would be of interest to us moms.
I certainly plan to continue staying tuned into The View as it's still a favorite show on television that provides the news and includes some celebrity indulgence. As a mom, I know I would certainly like to see more real and celebrity mom's featured on the show talking about their lives as parents including some of their tactics and strategies so that we can relate more and feel more connected.
Enjoy watching and I look forward to your feedback!!! Thanks again for your interest, comments and time.
As a reminder: I am a participant in a Mom Central campaign for ABC Daytime and will receive a tote bag or other The View branded items to facilitate my review.
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