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PharmaTelevision Turns the Media Spotlight Upon BIO-Europe
Date:10/14/2009

OXFORD, England, October 14 /PRNewswire/ -- PharmaTelevision(R), the authoritative channel for the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and related industries, today announced that it is teaming up with the EBD Group to offer delegates at BIO-Europe a Television Interview and Media Training.

Dr Fintan Walton, CEO of PharmaVentures - the company behind PharmaTelevision - said, "Standing out and attaining share of voice is becoming increasingly difficult in the crowded world of biopharma partnering. Effective communication that makes an impact is critical for attracting partners and winning deals. That is why we have devised this unique package for BIO-Europe delegates."

Dr Walton continues, "By offering media training, we are helping to make our interviewees excellent communicators through the medium of television."

To find out more about BIO-Europe 2009: Television Interview and Media Training Opportunity from PharmaTelevision, please visit:

http://www.pharmatelevision.com/BIOEurope2009.aspx

About PharmaTelevision(R)

PharmaTelevision is the groundbreaking online TV channel for the biopharma industry, offering daily television news, analysis and feature interviews with industry leaders. Since May 2006, it has rapidly grown and the channel now boasts a global audience of 10,000+ viewers including top industry executives.

PharmaTelevision is produced by professional television industry experts using professional studios worldwide as well as its own studios in Oxford, England.

PharmaTelevision produces Open Access Content as well as subscription based Premium Content.

Open Access Content includes the Regional Report - a programme that focuses on the key locations for pharmaceutical and biotech investment, the Financial Report - a programme focused on companie
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