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Voxant, the New Media Network, Distributes More Than 43,000 Health News Videos, Articles and Images
Date:10/10/2007

Latest news on research and advocacy reaches niche communities on the Web, Special focus on National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

RESTON, Va., Oct. 10 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Voxant, the New Media Network, announced today that it now has more than 43,000 news videos, articles, and images dedicated to health news, research, feature stories, and advocacy. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and Voxant has over 1,500 news assets that are dedicated to this issue, from advocacy to the latest research developments to stories on breast cancer survivors. A Breast Cancer news feed is available at http://www.thenewsroom.com/editors_pick/Health and can be legally embedded on any website or blog.

The Voxant Newsroom provides more than 880,000 embeddable news and information assets from 234 content affiliates, free of charge, to more than 11,500 Web publishers of niche communities, hyper-local news sites, and news and video aggregators. By pushing content to thousands of niche communities on the Web, rather than attempting to aggregate eyeballs to its own site, the Voxant network delivered more than 23 million ad impressions during the month of September.

"Voxant is helping some of the most important health and medical publishers reach health practitioners and consumers," explained Jeff Crigler, CEO of Voxant, "Within our network of over 11,500 Web publishers, over 500 are devoted solely to health awareness issues, while hundreds of others include health news in the news feeds and play lists they embed on their sites. This syndication effect helps distribute the most recent research and news throughout the Web."

Voxant's content affiliates provide unsurpassed breadth and depth of news and information on a diverse range of topics, including many providers devoted exclusively to heath issues. Among these are: BermanHealthFatFighterTV, Illumistream Healt
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