HealthiNation Delivers On Demand Health Programming to Verizon FiOS TV SubscribersNEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 15, 2007 - HealthiNation, a digital health lifestyle network, today announced that it has launched its programming to Verizon FiOS TV households across the country. The programming is available on demand at no additional cost to FiOS TV subscribers.
Verizon is a leader in offering Video on Demand titles and currently offers over 8,600 Video on Demand selections per month. Verizon FiOS TV is now available to nearly 3.9 million households in 12 states.
Created to address consumers' need for easy-to-understand health content, HealthiNation's programs cover a wide variety of topics, ranging from medical conditions to everyday wellness topics such as parenting and treating a common cold. HealthiNation videos are produced independently and reviewed by the company's medical advisory team, which includes top physicians from various fields of medicine.
Featuring highly respected experts and helpful and inspiring community experiences, HealthiNation takes a fresh approach to educating viewers about health.
"Verizon's success with FiOS TV demonstrates that consumers have strong desires for more video choice and we are pleased to join with Verizon to bring better health learning experiences to their FiOS TV subscribers," said Raj Amin, HealthiNation CEO.
HealthiNation is a new multi-platform health education network created to address consumers' need for accurate, leading edge, easy-to-understand health information that enables viewers to take control of their health in real ways. HealthiNation content, which is designed specifically for interactive media, leverages exciting new digital technologies, such as video-on-demand (VOD) and streaming video on the Internet so consumers can view innovative segments when and where they want them. All content is developed by experienced health care professionals in their respective medical fields. For more information on HealthiNation, please visit www.healthination.com.
Posted: October 2007