New ActiveOver50 TV Show On COZI TV for Boomers and Seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Los Gatos, CA (PRWEB) December 17, 2014
Partnering with NBC Bay Area, ActiveOver50 media is producing a 30-minute TV series to air in 2015 on COZI TV. The new show is based on the format of the magazine providing information and resources to help boomers and seniors enjoy a longer, healthier and more active lifestyle.
“ActiveOver50 and COZI are a perfect fit,” said Larry Hayes, publisher/owner of ActiveOver50 media. “ActiveOver50 is the #1 boomer and senior publication in the Bay Area. COZI TV is the #1 boomer and senior network in the Bay Area.”
“Together—print and TV--we reach more boomers and seniors than any other media in the San Francisco Bay Area,” Hayes said. “We’ll air segments on healthcare, money, housing, travel, retirement, technology, food and more,” Hayes said. A talk show segment: “Ask Larry About Anything” will be hosted by Hayes with celebrity guest interviews.
Boomers and seniors have the most disposable income of any demographic. Boomers spend:
- $2.9 trillion a year
- $35 billion on their grandchildren
- $7 billion online annually
- More than any other generation on healthcare
They represent nearly 80 million U.S. consumers, buy 36% of new cars and account for 80% of all travel expenditures. Boomers are the leading consumers in 119 of 123 consumer packaged good categories and nearly 100% own a computer.
COZI TV reaches over 600,000 homes in the San Francisco Bay Area. Combined with ActiveOver50’s print, online and social media, the new ActiveOver50/COZI TV show reaches over 1,000,000 boomers and seniors.
COZI TV is a national network bringing viewers America's most beloved and iconic television series, hit movies and original programming. Brought to viewers by the NBC owned television stations. COZI TV is available to over 1.5 million households in the San Francisco Bay Area thru Comcast Channel 186.
ActiveOver50 is a 10-year-old media company headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area producing print magazines, eNewsletters, websites, and events for boomers and seniors.