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What is HD Live!<p>In 2020, HealthDay launched our live streaming news service called HD Live!, having noticed that health audiences now demand a mix of text and multimedia content. </p><p>Twice a month, award-winning HealthDay journalist Mabel Jong - a former news anchor and correspondent with CNBC, NBC News and ABC News - discusses topical health issues with experts in that field.</p><p>HD Live! offers excellent insight into the critical thinking behind public health administration, and also goes behind the scenes in terms of the latest scientific research.</p>
Why Do Leading Medical Media and Hospitals Use HD Live!<p>"Streaming" is one of the hottest areas in media today. HealthDay's HD Live! service enables our users to provide live streaming programing to their social media or website without having to do any production or technical integration on their own. Our HD Live! sessions can be pushed to the destination of your choice. You sign up and we take care of the live stream from there. </p>
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