Clarity Launches Hearing Health Blog - MyHearingHealth.com to Provide Educational Forum for Hearing Loss Community

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Clarity®, a division of Plantronics, Inc. (NYSE: PLT) and the nation’s leading supplier of amplified telephones, today launched MyHearingHealth.com – a blog devoted to the hearing loss community.

Millions nationwide are affected by hearing loss. Unfortunately, we are often an overlooked community in mainstream media

Clarity®, a division of Plantronics, Inc. (NYSE: PLT) and the nation’s leading supplier of amplified telephones, today launched MyHearingHealth.com – a blog devoted to the hearing loss community.

MyHearingHealth.com is an online educational resource for anyone connected to the hearing loss community, including people who suffer from a hearing loss, family members, audiologists and individuals or groups involved in hearing loss education, prevention and solution.

“Millions nationwide are affected by hearing loss. Unfortunately, we are often an overlooked community in mainstream media,” said Carsten Trads, president of Clarity. “The blogosphere presents us a great opportunity to give like-minded people a resource to share, discuss, debate and inform one another.”

MyHearingHealth.com, which will be maintained by Clarity, is a collaborative effort. For the past several months, Clarity has been working with audiologists, hearing health professionals, advocates, designers and the company’s internal staff to develop the blog.

The blog will feature different authors on a daily basis. Content will vary, covering everything from the latest medical advances to new technological solutions, and the site will also link to other hearing-related blogs and communities.

“Like many blogs, the content will flow organically,” said Chris Dutton, Clarity’s Marketing Communications Manager and one of the site’s primary contributors. “By using different authors, we can tap into multiple perspectives. No matter who the writer is, the focus will always be on hearing loss – a serious health issue that our team devotes every minute of every day to.”

About Clarity

Clarity®, a Division of Plantronics Inc. (NYSE:PLT), is a leading supplier of amplified telephones, notification systems, assistive listening devices and other communications devices for the hearing loss and deaf markets. A leader in sound amplification, Clarity’s patented technologies, Clarity® Power™ and Digital Clarity Power™, provide customized solutions for customers who otherwise could not communicate easily and effectively with the outside world. As more people begin to address their hearing needs, Clarity will continue to provide effective technologies that are simple and easy to use. The company began in 1969 as a telecommunications manufacturer, and was acquired in 1986 by Plantronics, Inc., a leading provider of headsets to business and individual consumers worldwide. For more information about Clarity and its products, please call (800) 426-3738 or visit http://www.clarityproducts.com.

About Plantronics®

In 1969, a Plantronics headset carried the historic first words from the moon: “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Since then, Plantronics has become the headset of choice for mission-critical applications such as air traffic control, 911 dispatch, and the New York Stock Exchange. Today, this history of Sound Innovation™ is the basis for every product we build for the office, contact center, personal mobile, entertainment and residential markets. The Plantronics family of brands includes Plantronics, Altec Lansing, Clarity, and Volume Logic. For more information, go to http://www.plantronics.com or call (800) 544-4660.

Altec Lansing, Amplifying Your Life, Clarity, Clarity Power, Digital Clarity Power, the logo design, Plantronics, Sound Innovation, and Volume Logic are trademarks or registered trademarks of Plantronics, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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