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Regence Wins Four Telly Awards for Health and Wellness Videos
Date:7/22/2009

PORTLAND, Ore., July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- For the second consecutive year, Regence won four bronze (second-place) Telly Awards for originally created and produced videos developed for myRegence.com, a health and wellness Web site for Regence members.

The 30th Annual Telly Awards are widely considered to be the Emmys of non-news and advertising video production; Regence's videos were selected from more than 14,000 entries worldwide.

The four award-winning myRegence.com videos are:

  • "The Intimate Truth," a closer look at intimacy in relationships
  • "Wellness U.S.A." featuring McCall Memorial Hospital, the first hospital-supported clinic in Idaho providing integrative medicine
  • "Becoming Ironman," a story about a first time Ironman triathlete
  • "Flu: The Next Pandemic," a look at the flu and how to stay healthy

"Making healthy choices is difficult in today's complex world," said Torben Nielsen, director of myRegence.com. "With myRegence.com, our members can find a one-stop resource with comprehensive health-related information. Our award-winning videos are just one way we're helping them become better informed health care consumers."

For more information about the Telly Awards, visit www.tellyawards.com.

The award-winning videos are viewable by Regence members on myRegence.com and publicly on YouTube.

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