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24 songs of yesterday. The included large print lyric book is ideal for a sing along. Includes “Meet Me in St. Louis,” “Danny Boy,” “God Bless America” and other favorites. Songs include: 1. For Me and My Gal 2. Meet Me in St. Louis 3. Sidewalks of New York 4. Beautiful Dreamer 5. Tea for Two 6. Over There 7. How Ya Gonna Keep ‘Em Down on the Farm 8. Red Sails in the Sunset 9. Five Foot Two Eyes of Blue 10. Sweet Rosie O’Grady 11. When Irish Eyes are Smiling 12. Danny Boy 13. Tiptoe through the Tulips 14. April Showers 15. Vaya Con Dios 16. You Are My Sunshine 17. Bill Bailey 18. Stardust 19. When You Wore a Tulip 20. Smile Smile Smile 21. Smiles 22. America the Beautiful 23. Battle Hymn of the Republic 24. God Bless America
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Columbus, OH (PRWEB) April 25, 2014
Public relations projects using brand journalism tactics resulted in MediaSource receiving two Best of Show awards and eight additional awards for outstanding PR work from the Central Ohio Chapter of PRSA in the 2014 PRism and Excellence Awards.
Only three Best of Show awards were given this year and MediaSource took home two. A Best of Show award was given to MediaSource for a brand journalism campaign for Nationwide Childrens Hospital that educated the public about the safety of human breast milk being sold on the Internet. The project reached a total audience of 808 million people and achieved coverage on major outlets such as NBCs Today Show, the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, FOX News, and on major TV affiliates in New York, Chicago, Boston and Philadelphia. The multimedia release produced for the project streamed on USAToday.com. The advertising value of the project was 175 times the clients investment in the initiative.
PRSA also awarded MediaSource a Best of Show for the firms Multimedia Newsroom, which MediaSource developed as a way to deliver high quality multimedia content directly to the news media, allowing for maximum buzz for clients. In 2013, the Multimedia Newsroom contributed to an increase in media coverage and ROI for all of MediaSources clients, including a dramatic increase of 326% in exposure for The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. All major television networks and other top tier news media utilize MediaSources Multimedia Newsroom to access and download content. “Our brand journalism team is focused on telling our clients’ stories and pushing the content to their target audience. We consistently deliver top tier media coverage and a high ROI,” said MediaSource president Lisa Arledge Powell.
MediaSource, located in Columbus, Ohio, launched its new brand journalism PR products in 2013 and is now a national authority on this PR trend. The companys brand journalism team uses journalistic tactics to create client content which is amplified by using both earned media and company-owned media coverage. Lisa Arledge Powell is a leading expert on brand journalism, speaking at national and regional industry conferences including PRSA Health Academy, The Mayo Clinic Health Care Social Media Summit and Content Marketing Institute. She also contributes to national PR publications and teaches college students the MediaSource Brand Journalism techniques.
MediaSource was also awarded for the brand journalism tactics used to help The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center gain national exposure for medical breakthroughs such as its Alzheimers pacemaker surgery and landmark Google Glass surgery. The Google Glass surgery reached more than 345 million people while the Alzheimers pacemaker surgery resulted in more than 200 patient inquiries and increased hospital traffic by almost 2000% on the day the story was released.
The 2014 PRism Awards took place on April 22 at Vue Columbus in Columbus, Ohio.
For case studies on how MediaSource Brand Journalism works, click here: http://mediasourcetv.com/case-studies/.
MediaSource is a media relations and content production firm that specializes in brand journalism tactics. From news media coverage to consumer video tactics, MediaSource partners with the nations top hospitals and corporations to get their message to targeted audiences. MediaSource is best known for delivering brand buzz by amplifying messages across both earned media and company-owned media channels.
ABOUT CENTRAL OHIO PRSA
The Central Ohio Chapter of the PRSA is a leader in furthering the development of Columbus’ public relations professionals. Founded in 1950 as the first society chapter in Ohio, they serve more than 360 members in our region in the agency, corporate, government and non-profit sectors.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
DocbookMD, a physician-run mobile health technology company based in Austin, Texas has reached an agreement with the California Medical Association this week to expand an existing relationship with counties to become the State Associations preferred provider of HIPAA-secure text messaging for their 39,000 members.
Having access to DocbookMD means physicians across California will be able to consult with colleagues with the same ease of text messaging but without the worry of incurring HIPAA violations, says Chad Shepler, Director of Partner Development for DocbookMD. With 4 out of 5 physicians using smartphones and tablets at work, DocbookMD is fast becoming a valuable resource for physicians seeking to improve the quality and speed of patient care in hospitals and clinics across the U.S.
DocbookMD helps physicians, hospitals and groups:
Question by oxford dictionary: OBAMA’S Healthcare Bill?
do you think Obama’s healthcare bill turned out to be successful? can anybody please give me exact details about pros and cons of it, PLEASE, i REALLY need it
Answer by rendarsmith
Well it passed, so I guess it was successful.
Everyone can now get health care via the public option. More people can live without injury and can get treatments.
It is likely going to cause a tax increase, and people who pay for their own health care now have to pay higher taxes for everyone else’s health care, so they feel cheated.
What do you think? Answer below!
You can also read the actual bill here: http://www.opencongress.org/bill/111-h3200/show. Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments! Tags:Go to.Go.Go.
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