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Sonic Foundry to Host Wisconsin Lt. Governor Lawton in Raising Awareness for National Depression Screening Day
Date:10/10/2007

Sonic Foundry among companies inviting a record 700,000 employees to

participate in Wisconsin's largest observance

WHO: Rimas Buinevicius, CEO and Chairman Sonic Foundry(R) Inc.

(Nasdaq: SOFO)

Barbara Lawton, Lt. Governor

State of Wisconsin

Wayne Corey, Executive Director

Wisconsin Independent Businesses

WHAT: Sonic Foundry will co-host a press conference with Lt. Gov.

Barbara Lawton Thursday, October 11 to raise awareness for

National Depression Screening Day.

Lt. Gov. Lawton launched a statewide initiative to encourage

every Wisconsin business to participate in National

Depression Screening Day by providing employees access to a

free online screening. The Lt. Governor is traveling the

state this week to elevate public attention to the efforts

of participating businesses and organizations.

Untreated depression has far-reaching implications for

business. Medical costs of depressed persons are higher,

depressed individuals are more likely to be unemployed or

underemployed and depression affects the economy in lost

work productivity.

Leading the statewide effort, Sonic Foundry hopes its

involvement will emphasize the impact depression can have on

employee productivity, workplace wellness and the state's

economic outlook. The company will provide online access to

the free, private depression screening during the event. The

brief survey takes only minutes to complete and at the end

of the screening, individuals are provided immediate

feedback as to indicators for depression and options finding

for help. The survey is also available to the public at

http://ltgov.wi.gov/.

WHEN: Thursday, October 11, 2007

10:00 a.m. CT

WHERE: Sonic Foundry

Network 222 Lobby

222 W. Washington Ave.

Madison, WI 53703

CONTACT: For more information, or to schedule an interview with Sonic

Foundry, contact:

Erica St. Angel

608-443-1600

ericas@sonicfoundry.com


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