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BossierWatch is dedicated to keeping an eye out for Bossier City and Bossier Parish politics. Our goal is to report information combined with our opinions and spin from decades of political experiences. We are “amateur journalists” since we have no formal training. However, “pundits” may actually be more a correct term as we do not claim to be necessarily fair nor balanced. We do welcome comments from anyone whether you agree or disagree, whether you consider yourself a liberal, conservative, independent, or whatever. The only thing we ask is that the conversations stay “relatively civil.”
BossierWatch started in 2020 based on a simple principle: keeping an eye out on Bossier politics. We are citizen journalism mixed with opinions. We do not claim to be fair and balanced, and we certainly do not claim to be unbiased. However, we try to be fair to our show guests and “fair enough” to the subjects of our reporting. That is part of the reason for our popularity. We simply “keep an eye out” on Bossier and tell it like it is.
the collection, dissemination, and analysis of news and information by the general public, especially by means of the internet.
How We Started
For years our area has needed someone to speak publicly about the Bossier City Good Ole Boys network within the Bossier City Council, Bossier Parish Police Jury and Judicial System plus bureaucrats such as the Cypress District. Revealing the “inside baseball” of politics, we created the BossierWatch Facebook Page and began with several informational posts and videos concerning the Bossier Parish School Board and the Cypress Black Bayou Water Conservation District. On October 6, 2020, we hosted our first Facebook Live video. Since then we have produced thousands of hours of video, audio, and static content. With our expertise in both digital production technology as well as traditional research methods, we have quickly become a recognized force in the political arena.
Where We Are Headed
Fast-forward to now, and we have produced hundreds of hours of video content and gained thousands of followers across both our BossierWatch Page and our Louisiana Watch Page, youtube here and here as well as Telegram, Rumble, and other social media platforms such as Twitter account, and more. Our concept easily explains our organic growth – we discuss the things you simply will not hear with traditional media. After the recent years of social media platform “clamp downs” of certain content, we tend to be very agile and not dependent on a single platform. With the continued meteoric growth of podcasts, we are now moving into publishing audio-only content. As new social media platforms rise, we push our content out.
So far our growth has been 99% percent “organic”, but as we evolve we will be running our own advertising campaigns to further promote our brands and platforms.
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