Healthy TV Series Wins Prestigious Telly Award

Natural health television series "Alive & Well with Michelle Harris" has been awarded a prestigious 2003 Telly Award. The Telly Awards are the cable television industry's premier awards competition for outstanding television production and programming. Alive & Well is the first national television series devoted to natural health to be awarded the prestigious award. This puts Alive & Well in good company, with other winners including Dreamworks, National Geographic and Disney. Both the show and the show's parent production company The MHM Group, were recognized for outstanding achievement. The episode submitted was entitled "Alive & Well Tea Party" and featured three segments showing a variety of herbal teas.

"Alive & Well with Michelle Harris", now in it's second year on television, airs five episodes weekly on national cable network Goodlife TV, reaching 14 Million households. The show's format is magazine-style and focuses on nutrition, natural foods, natural beauty and wellness.

Production is primarily supported by advertisers and sponsors from natural products companies.

Executive Producer Mark Harris commented "It's exciting being the #1 media destination for health oriented viewers, and it's a great honor to be recognized with a Telly. As a member of the natural health media, I feel it is our responsibility to help grow this industry. This is further confirmation that both consumers and the media are continually increasing their interest in the natural health marketplace". Alive & Well was also recognized by the television industry in 2002, winning Aegis and Omni Awards for outstanding production. To tune in to Alive & Well, get a complete broadcast schedule at www.AliveandWell.TV .

For more info visit or contact Mark Harris at [email protected]

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