Mr. Collins didn’t have a silver platter, he had to work hard and build to reach his success thus far. It’s like that saying: “Disneyland wasn’t built in a day.” Walt Disney had to build the Walt Disney Company before he could build Mickey Mouse or his simply expand his company. Both men have visions, and they faced many struggles to achieve their dreams. Joseph Collins, CEO of Punch TV Studios is knocking at the door of ultimate success. Mr. Collins had the opportunity to share his story last year and it shocked the world. With a similar story to that of the Walt Disney Company everyone is expecting Punch TV Studios to sky-rocket. Both, Collins and Disney found their love for the arts in school. Collins attended Garey High School in Pomona, California where he was involved in theater. He later learned the art of expression and the skill of organizing live productions.
Punch TV Studio’s made a 1 million dollar investment recently October 25,2017. The company also picked up Disney’s best animator Floyd Norman, President Creative Development and Warner Bros animator, Leo Sullivan, as its Chief Operating Officer. With the launch of Urban Television Network Corp. ( OTCMKTS: URBT ),
Punch TV Studios is striving to produce more family programming to respond to the community of viewers who want more family content. Walt Disney had a need to create a place where children and parents could enjoy time together hence Disney World. We asked Norman why he agreed to work with Mr. Collins and he stated, “Mr. Collins embodies the spirit of Walt Disney.” He described how Joseph Collins’ work ethic is phenomenal. “His resilience, determination and drive is what makes me believe that I am getting myself involved in a great animation company.” Punch TV Studio’s is best known for its original and creative content that appeals to a diverse audience, and has become one of the fastest growing studios and television networks in the nation. Joseph Collins has turned his grassroots business approach and his childhood dream of being a part of television industry into a media company with a potential of outstanding growth. Mr. Collins recently held a stock offering in Punch TV Studios at $1.00 dollar per share. The community was elated to be a part of something so substantial. When asked why he set the opening price of the stock to only $1 per share Mr. Collins replied, “I want our company to be owned mostly by the community. If I can teach how to create wealth, it will bring financial empowerment to families across America.”