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NEW YORK, Dec. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Emily Frances, multiple Emmy Award winning WPIX TV New York reporter and celebrity interviewer, features some of today's hottest celebrities in her premier video parenting website, HowtoMomTV.com. The website offers quality parenting videos that feature leading childcare experts, medical professionals and celebrity parents, such as Denise Richards, Dean Cain, Kelly Rutherford, Fran Drescher and more.
Frances spent more than 15 years engulfed in television journalism, before doing a three part series while single in New York City, about freezing her eggs. Two years later, Emily met her prince charming, got married at 39-years-old and ended up having to go through several rounds of In Vitro Fertilization at NYU Fertility Center. Now Emily is a proud mom to two beautiful sons (21-months-old and five-months-old).
"During my transition from full time career woman to mom," Frances said, "I realized there was virtually no professional video content out there providing how-to's and psychological insight into what it's like to be a woman navigating the process of infertility, pregnancy and new motherhood."
It was this "aha" moment that sparked Frances' entrepreneurial niche.
"My goal is to be a relatable source of support and inspiration, while providing a valuable resource to moms, dads and families," Frances said.
Frances spent much of her second pregnancy, including the last two months on bed rest, working with her award winning New York City television crew interviewing, producing and editing her queue of more than 50 videos. How to Mom TV videos feature some of New York's top childcare experts, medical professionals, celebrity parents and regular moms and dads.
Emily Frances' videos can be found on HowtoMomTV.com and YouTube. And, fans can follow How to Mom TV on Twitter and Facebook. Frances also has a partnership with The Bump, a top parenting website, which features her video content.
"My spiritual journey from multiple Emmy Award winning Entertainment Anchor from the WPIX Morning News to 40-something wife, new mom and entrepreneur has been life changing, humbling and exhilarating," Frances said. "I feel so blessed to have a beautiful family, and I truly want to synthesize and share my professional and personal experience to help moms navigate the most important job they'll ever have: Motherhood."
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