The approach seems to work with the upscale client base it's targeting.At Consumer Affairs, we don't hear much about Successful Singles but what we do hear is pretty positive."I spent months online with no success.This new union is a significant next step in solidifying WE tv’s standing as the premier destination for unscripted relationship programming. Stanger will serve as the executive producer and producer on a new WE tv series to be announced soon and will executive produce a second project that she has developed and which WE tv will pilot later this year.“Patti has built her brand and reputation on bringing people together and that’s exactly in line with the brand we’ve cultivated at WE tv,” said Marc Juris, WE tv’s president.Consumer Affairs' founder and former editor, Jim Hood formerly headed Associated Press Broadcast News, directing coverage of major news events worldwide.
But, Peters thought, if you can tell in half a minute of meeting someone whether there's chemistry, then why not cut to the chase and just meet up?If two people are interested in each other, they're going on a date.Tell the app when you're available, and it'll tell you when and where you're meeting."I liked it because I felt like it wasn't super involved; I didn't have to write a biography about myself," said Jamie Stuckey, 29, who took part in the beta test for Peters' app, Whim, which is due to launch this year.She crafted a new approach: an app where users can meet people without hassling with features on traditional online dating apps.Forget rummaging through in-depth profiles and messaging back and forth.