For nearly 30 years, Windsor Broadcast Productions has produced the PBS award winning AMERICAN HEALTH JOURNAL and INNOVATIONS IN MEDICINE television programs. Serving Over 100 Million public television viewers, AMERICAN HEALTH JOURNAL and INNOVATIONS IN MEDICINE are dedicated to educating the public on the latest healthcare issues and advances.
Now, Windsor brings health programming to the largest growing media platform... streaming TV. Our channels, AMERICAN HEALTH JOURNAL, BETTER HEALTH, HEALTH FOR ALL and HEALTHY KIDS can be found on Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire.
Since 1988, The American Health Journal, and more recently Innovations in Medicine, have been highly rated, award-winning healthcare television programs airing on PBS and reaching over 38 million public television households in the United States. Each 30-minute show features five 5 minute segments with a diverse range of specialists discussing a spectrum of interesting medical topics. Windsor Broadcast Productions, the producers of the shows, are experienced public television producers and work in a television magazine and news environment, ensuring a professional and objective program.
The American Health Journal and Innovations in Medicine segments are shot in the physician's own working environment, unscripted and in a comfortable, "teachable moment" style. The easy-to-follow interview format, which includes relevant graphics and animation, is ideal for highlighting the innovations of top specialists in every field of medicine...from family practitioners to manufacturers, to Nobel Laureates.
Janet Walker joined The American Health Journal as an independent content producer and writer in 2005. Having a clinical and medical marketing background specific to ophthalmology, natural supplements, and education, Janet’s specialty focus is bringing important vision and eye health, health and beauty supplements, and kids' health and education content to the viewing public.
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All productions incur a small production fee. Additional production funding and airings are provided by PBS. All segments and programs that appear on Innovations in Medicine are not commercial television and will appear on public stations as health information programs.
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Janet Walker, Independent Producer