NEW YORK, N.Y. – Oct. 28, 2009 – Life & Beauty Weekly (www.lifeandbeautyweekly.com) a multi-media program delivering timely and useful editorial content to women ages 21-34, has been launched by Studio One Networks, the global leader in the creation and syndication of original content online for major advertisers.

Life & Beauty Weekly delivers information and practical advice in the areas of health, beauty, nutrition, relationships, family and career to its target audience of young, active women.

The program, updated weekly, presents editorial content in a variety of formats including feature articles, polls, quizzes, myths vs. facts, practical tips and expert Q&As. The editorial content is provided by subject-matter experts and nationally-known authorities and covers such life-enriching topics as: Reverse hair damage, smart skin protection, organization strategies, using technologies, scrapbooking, and more.

The managing editor of Life & Beauty Weekly is Beth Janes, an award-winning journalist specializing in beauty, health, fitness, style, travel and celebrities. She is currently a contributing editor at Self and has been a regular contributor to The Oprah Magazine, Shape, Teen Vogue and Good Housekeeping, among other national publications.

 

Andrew Susman CEO of SON said “We’re delighted to have been able to bring Life & Beauty Weekly to an audience of active young women keenly interested in family, careers and lifestyle.”

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.