- Ivanhoe Broadcast News, Inc.
Ivanhoe Broadcast News, Inc., (IBN) is a
United States-based syndicated televisionnews-gathering organization. Ivanhoe provides TV stations with news segments that offer viewers solutions: latest breakthroughs in science and medicine, tips on staying healthy, and advice from women for women.
Ivanhoe Broadcast News got its start in
1982as Ivanhoe Communications, founded by business partners Marjorie Bekaert Thomas and Bette BonFleur. Thomas, Ivanhoe's current publisher/president, is a graduate of Duke Universityand the University of Florida College of Lawand began her career as an attorney. After 10 years of practicing law, she joined BonFleur, an executive news producer and writer of documentaries and medical news reports. BonFleur is now CEO emeritus.
IBN has a client base of more than 200 television network affiliates in the United States reaching 82 million television households.
It is headquartered in Winter Park, Florida, USA.
Ivanhoe's Web site, Ivanhoe.com, was launched as "Ivanhoe's Medical Breakthroughs" in January
1996as a logical extension of IBN's national television coverage. On the site is both news developed from the television news segments under the byline "Ivanhoe Broadcast News" and Web-only news under the byline "Ivanhoe Newswire."
Ivanhoe.com publishes two weekly e-zines announcing its most recent medical news published online, called the "First To Know Bulletin" and the "Ivanhoe Insider." These newsletters are both free of charge.
Ivanhoe's Current Syndicated Television News Series
* Discoveries and Breakthroughs Inside Science
* Medical Breakthroughs
* Prescription: Health
* Smart Woman
Ivanhoe's Past Syndicated Television News Series
* Crackdown on Crime
* Fit and Female
* Parenting Power
* Today's Breakthroughs, Tomorrow's Cures
* Top of the Class
* [http://www.ivanhoe.com Company Web Site]
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