Health Media Network (HMN), a fast growing digital point-of-care media company in the U.S. announced this week the acquisition of the WAMG TV’s (Waiting Area Media Group) digital screens.
HMN’s purchase of WAMG adds over 1,500 physicians to HMN’s growing network of 30,000+ high prescribing doctors.
Larry Newman, EVP, Operations and Business Development at HMN told us “The acquisition of WAMG ’s network will increase HMN’s market share and continues to bolster our position as a leader in physician waiting room media programs”.
Christopher Culver, President and CEO of HMN added “This investment represents an important opportunity for HMN by increasing our presence in Diabetes, Cardiology and Primary Care where WAMG had focused their growth. We look forward to offering existing and new advertisers an increased opportunity to reach more consumers at a critical time – at the point-of-care”.
We believe that WAMG is / was the corporate successor to Todd Becker’s AVTV / Healium Network.
About Health Media Network (HMN):
Launched in 2007, Health Media Network, (HMN), provides education and health content in physician waiting rooms through a growing platform of 23 specialty health television networks.
Using the latest digital technology, HMN is able to customize content by medical specialty providing physicians with programming tailored to their practice and relevant to their patient-base. HMN currently reaches over 30,000 physicians in medical offices, hospitals and health care systems across the country.
All HMN programming is compliant with pharmaceutical and CPG advertising standards and is available at no cost to physicians.