HealthChoicesFirst.com Announces Video Partnership with The Canadian Press
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October 10, 2013 (VANCOUVER) HealthChoicesFirst.com is pleased to announce a new partnership with The Canadian Press, a leading national multimedia news agency. The Canadian Press now offers more than 1,500 videos produced by HealthChoicesFirst for online syndication to its member newspapers, on topics including arthritis, children’s health, cardiology, dermatology and diabetes.
“We are looking forward to greatly expanding our reach with this new partnership with The Canadian Press,” says Jackson Sayers, CEO, HealthChoicesFirst.com. “They are an extremely established, trusted source and we are confident that consumers will receive reputable, unbiased HealthChoicesFirst content through this platform. Also, HCF is constantly creating new videos, which will allow us to successfully integrate and deliver the ever-changing, solution-based health and wellness content that consumers need through The Canadian Press and their members and partners.”
HealthChoicesFirst.com is a national health and wellness directory that connects consumers with providers such as physicians, dentists and physiotherapists based on their geographic location, and features over 1,500 solution-based videos and articles. With resources on topics such as diabetes, nutrition, fitness, prenatal and postnatal health, sexual health and sports injuries, HealthChoicesFirst.com is the largest provider of video content of its kind in North America. HealthChoicesFirst is backed by a number of qualified and experienced partners, and continues to expand its medical and corporate governance boards across the country.
Visit HealthChoicesFirst.com for more information on the medical and corporate governance board members.
About The Canadian Press
The Canadian Press, along with its French-language counterpart, La Presse Canadienne, is a multimedia news agency that is jointly owned by three of Canada's best known and most respected media companies. Established in 1917, over 200 journalists are now employed by the agency, which produces award-winning stories, photos, graphics, audio and video. Multimedia news is delivered round the clock and in real time to daily newspapers and more than 500 radio and TV stations.