SOLVANG, Calif., May 26, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Media Syndicate announced the release of LiVe 2.0, the newest addition
"Kids enjoy the LiVe messaging because it makes it cool to be healthy," says Gale Wilson-Steele, founder of Health Media Syndicate, "and we know that to truly impact their choices, we need to leverage technology and reach them through their favorite channels. LiVe is more than a PSA campaign, it is a movement that provides hospitals and community outreach programs the tools to engage their teens."
The benefits of the LiVe campaign are being extended to communities nationwide through a partnership program, which generates creative collaboration and funding for new media development. In addition to the robust suite of assets, including 25 30-second PSA-style TV & Radio spots, posters, brochures, educational and in-service material, as well as a 13-week Healthy Habits Course, LiVe now delivers:
Organizations wishing to participate as a "LiVe" Partner may customize this turn-key campaign and license the exclusive rights for their designated market area (DMA) by contacting Gale Wilson-Steele, (805) 705-3121, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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MEDIA CONTACT:Gale Wilson-Steelegws@healthmediasyndicate.com 805-705-3121
SOURCE Health Media Syndicate
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