NEW YORK, N.Y. – June 10, 2009 – Men’s Life Today (, an online program designed to give young men ages 15-27 information they need to succeed with confidence, became available today on the Internet.

The program’s editorial content is created by writers and editors with broad backgrounds in journalism. The program covers such subjects as men’s fitness and health, entertainment and sports. It is updated weekly.

Men’s Life Today presents four main content areas, or program channels, of keen interest to young men:

Grooming & Style: how to look one’s best.

Health & Fitness: eating right, staying trim and muscling up.

Work & Play: sports, technology and filling crucial spare time.

Relationships: advice and information on interacting with the opposite sex.


Expert Q&A : provides answers to frequently asked questions addressed by a variety of subject-matter authorities.

Interactive quiz: lets readers test their knowledge in a range of topics.

Interactive poll: engages users by giving them an opportunity to make their voices heard.

The managing editor of Men’s Life Today is Rob Medich, an editor and writer with a broad background in journalism, who has covered entertainment (Premiere magazine), celebrities and fashion (, lifestyle (New York Post, Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Esquire) and more.

Andrew Susman, CEO of Studio One Networks, said, “We are delighted to be launching Men’s Life Today. The program and its targeted content should provide a broad tapestry of useful information to young men during the transitional phase of their lives.”

About Studio One Networks

Established in 1998, Studio One Networks pioneered the discipline of Internet content syndication for megabrands and major media partners. Today, Studio One is the oldest, largest and most successful firm in the field. Studio One’s diversified stable of exclusive sponsors and programs includes Iams (The Dog Daily), Symantec (Your Security Resource) and Bridgestone USA (Driving Today). Every day, Studio One reaches more than 112 million viewers globally through 500 syndication partners in 14 languages.