Health Media Network Adds Five New Networks and Surpasses 30,000 Physicians

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Health Media Network continues strong growth in digital OOH media industry.

Health Media Network (HMN), the fastest growing digital media company in the U.S., providing education and health content in physician waiting rooms, announced today that they’ve added five new condition-specific networks to their programming matrix; now offering 23 condition-specific health networks – the most in the industry.

The new networks include: Neurology (1,135 doctors), Seniors (828 doctors), African-American (8,695 doctors), Mental Health/ Depression (771 doctors) and Men’s Health (11,564 doctors). With this new network expansion, HMN has also exceeded their third quarter goal of having 30,000 physicians in their network.

By developing five new condition-specific networks and growing physician participation, HMN is able to offer advertisers and companies of pharmaceutical and OTC brands notably increased number of impressions and ROI to by reaching highly-targeted consumers at a time when they are most receptive to brand communications, in the physician’s waiting room.

“HMN is committed to being the fastest growing OOH media player in IP-addressable health content and information evidenced by the fact that we have just gone from 18 to 23 networks and have exceeded our third quarter goal of 30,000 physicians. We continue to have a strong presence in the digital OOH market giving Advertisers and Brand Managers more reasons to include HMN in their marketing mix,” stated Christopher Culver, President and CEO at HMN. “We look forward to our continued growth and success exceeding future milestones.”

“We’re extremely excited about our continual growth in physician participation and the opportunities it brings to inform consumers and penetrate more markets,” stated Larry Newman, Executive Vice President of Business Development at HMN.

About Health Media Network
Launched in 2007, Health Media Network, (HMN), provides education and health content in physician waiting rooms through a growing platform of specialty health television networks.

Using the latest digital technology, HMN is able to customize content by medical specialty providing physicians with programming tailored to their practice and relevant to their patient-base. HMN currently reaches over 30,000 physicians in healthcare facilities nationwide. All HMN programming is reviewed by a medical advisory board and is available at no cost to physicians.

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