iVillage CEO Doug McCormick To Receive NYC AWRT's Golden Apple Award For Support of Women in Television, Radio and New Media.
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 6, 2001
iVillage Inc.(Nasdaq: IVIL):
Deborah Norville Will Host NYC Chapter of
American Women In Radio & Television's Golden Apple Award
Reception on Tuesday, September 11
iVillage Inc. (Nasdaq: IVIL), operator of the iVillage Network, which includes Women.com, Lamaze Publishing, The Newborn Channel, iVillage Solutions and Astrology.com, today announced that the New York City Chapter of American Women in Radio & Television (AWRT) will honor iVillage Chairman and CEO Doug McCormick with its prestigious Golden Apple Award for his support of women in television, radio and new media.
Deborah Norville, anchor of Inside Edition, will host the AWRT NYC Golden Apple Award reception on Tuesday, September 11. Celebrating its 50th year of educating and advocating for women in media, AWRT has worked to improve the quality of electronic media and promote the entry, development and advancement of women in media. AWRT also serves as a medium of communication, idea exchange and takes positions on policy issues of importance to women.
Doug McCormick, Chairman and CEO of iVillage Inc. said, "This award reflects the success of iVillage at creating an online environment where women can communicate with one another on issues ranging from work to family to life and find solutions for everyday problems. With more than 20 percent of all women online visiting us more than 2 times per month on average, iVillage is truly the 'Internet for Women.' I am very pleased to be selected by the New York City Chapter of the American Women in Radio & Television for this honor."
AWRT will also bestow its Golden Apple Award to the following industry leaders: Roz Abrams, News Anchor, WABC-TV; Lucy Jarvis, President, Jarvis Theater & Film, ltd.; Betty Ellen Berlamino, Vice President and General Manager, WPIX-TV; Erica Farber, Publisher & CEO, Radio & Records; Judy Girard, President, The Food Network; and Ralph Guild, Chairman and CEO, Interep.
About iVillage Inc.
iVillage is a leading women's media company, which includes iVillage.com, Women.com, Business Women's Network, Lamaze Publishing, The Newborn Channel, iVillage Solutions and Astrology.com. iVillage.com is the leading online women's destination providing practical solutions and everyday support for women 18 and over. Lamaze Publishing produces advertising-supported educational materials for expectant and new parents. The Newborn Channel is a satellite television network in over 1,000 hospitals nationwide.
iVillage.com is organized into branded communities across multiple topics of high importance to women and offers interactive services, peer support, content and online access to experts and tailored shopping opportunities. Content areas include Astrology, Babies, Beauty, Books, Diet & Fitness, Entertainment, Food, Games, Health, Home & Garden, Lamaze, Money, News & Issues, Parenting, Pets, Pregnancy, Relationships, Relaxation, and Work.
Established in 1995 and headquartered in New York City, iVillage Inc. (Nasdaq: IVIL) is recognized as an industry leader in developing innovative sponsorship and commerce relationships that match the desire of marketers to reach women with the needs of iVillage.com members for relevant information and services.
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iVillage Inc. has included in this press release certain "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 concerning iVillage's business, operations and financial condition. The words or phrases "can be", "expects", "may affect", "may depend", "believes", "estimate", "project" and similar words and phrases are intended to identify such forward-looking statements. Such forward-looking statements are subject to various known and unknown risks and uncertainties and iVillage cautions you that any forward-looking information provided by or on behalf of iVillage is not a guarantee of future performance. Actual results could differ materially from those anticipated in such forward-looking statements due to a number of factors, some of which are beyond iVillage's control, in addition to those discussed in iVillage's other press releases, public filings and statements by iVillage's management, including (i) the volatile and competitive nature of the Internet industry, (ii) changes in domestic and foreign economic and market conditions, (iii) the effect of federal, state and foreign regulation on iVillage's business, (iv) the impact of recent and future acquisitions and joint ventures on iVillage's business and financial condition, (v) iVillage's ability to establish and maintain relationships with advertisers, sponsors, and other third party providers and partners, (vi) the impact of pending litigation on iVillage's business and financial condition and (vii) iVillage's ability to successfully integrate and manage its acquisition of Women.com Networks, Inc. All such forward-looking statements are current only as of the date on which such statements were made. iVillage does not undertake any obligation to publicly update any forward-looking statement to reflect events or circumstances after the date on which any such statement is made or to reflect the occurrence of unanticipated events.
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