SAN DIEGO, Oct. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Access Nurses, the nation's leading travel nurse staffing agency, announced today the launch of http://www.NurseTV.com, the only Internet television network dedicated specifically to nurses and the nursing community.
NurseTV.com (NTV) features original, professionally-produced video programming on a variety of nursing and healthcare topics, including nursing news updates, education and clinical cases, profiles in nursing and travel nursing, as well as coverage of events and conferences. Headlining stories now airing on NurseTV.com include a feature on a flight nurse saving lives on board a rescue helicopter and coverage of the California Nurses Association convention and protest in Sacramento.
Access Nurses hired a top-notch local news team to launch NurseTV.com.
"We are benefiting from local television news stations cutting coverage and staff and were able to attract a very talented professional news team for the network," said Alan Braynin, CEO of Access Nurses.
Two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist Matthew Glasser is the executive producer of NurseTV.com. He and his team of local news professionals are excited about the change from television to Internet.
"Up until NurseTV, nurses and healthcare professionals didn't have a dedicated TV network covering their news, issues and concerns," said Glasser, who spent the last few years covering the healthcare and consumer beat for the San Diego CBS affiliate. "We can take people inside the world of nursing in a way no print magazine ever could. Nurses now have a single place to visit for the latest news and information."
Unlike traditional trade magazines, NurseTV.com offers viewers 24-hour
access to an editorially-independent world of nursing and healthcare. When
local media stations and publications are cutting back on healthcare and
nursing news, NurseTV.com is filling the gap and focusing o
|SOURCE Access Nurses|
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