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YourCity.MD's city health directory portals Put Local TV Broadcasters in a Position to Dominate Local Healthcare Revenues, from the Web!
Date:9/21/2009

The web shift to "local" is on, as YourCity.MD announced today a new opportunity for TV Broadcasters to partner with them in any U.S. city, giving local TV broadcasters the Use of their Exclusive, New, "Local", One-Click Relief Center Search Engine for Healthcare.

Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) September 21, 2009 -- More local TV stations line up to partner with the #1 .MD Healthcare portal in their cities, nationwide. TV Broadcasters have been looking for an entree into the healthcare /medical market and are discovering their fortunes may lie on the web. Joe Benza, CEO of YourCity.MD announced today, "Louisville.MD has an agreement in principle with station WDRB-TV, Louisville, KY." In only three weeks marketing his new product, Benza signed up the Cordillera Broadcasting Group, with flagship station WLEX18 TV in Lexington, KY and now the flagship of Block Broadcasting as well. Benza goes on to say, "We are also in preliminary discussions with 6 other Broadcasting Groups representing over 100 other cities and expect to be signing new city TV partnerships every month for the next year. It seems timing and the re-invention of the One-Click Relief Center search engine, which matches conditions and symptoms (with just ONE-Click) to local doctors, local specialists, health news, dr. recommended articles, local hospitals and local pharmacies has excited the Broadcasters. TV General Managers are planning to capitalize on the vibrant healthcare industry by branding their new city portals with heavy promotion and mentions during local health segments, a sure way to increase share of voice in the He
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