Saturday, October 7, 2006

Pro-Life TV/Radio Ads for your local Cable or Broadcast Station


Virtue Media

A Minute of Education,
A Lifetime of Hope

VirtueMedia is dedicated to researching, producing and distributing the highest quality educational commercials, designed to have a positive and rapid impact on women and men facing an unplanned pregnancy, as well as changing the hearts and minds of those in society who presently favor abortion.

VirtueMedia’s goal is to encourage these parents to make an educated decision to choose life for their baby, and for our American culture to support the sanctity of all human life.

Since more than 98% of U.S. homes own a television and radio, and the average American spends over 7 hours every day with these media, it’s easy to see how VirtueMedia can reach millions of people each day using powerful broadcast commercials to positively affect culture.

Educational advertising was the key to reducing prejudice, littering, drunk driving, and smoking… and educational advertising can help lead the way back to a culture of life in America. According to LifeCom News, in states that have aired pro-life educational ads over the past 10 years, abortion rates have decreased by 70%! It has to begin with us!

Today Virtue Media has grown into an international model of creative excellence, as well as a source of “non-profit advertising support” for so many local, national, and international charitable organizations.

VirtueMedia commercials have aired nationwide on radio and television stations in over 1,500 markets throughout the U.S. and in many foreign countries. The results are nothing short of phenomenal…with thousands of babies saved from abortion and countless post abortive mothers offered hope and healing.

VirtueMedia pro-life campaigns are thoroughly researched prior to production, tracked during airing, and studied after each campaign to insure that the maximum positive impact is achieved.

The result? These powerful messages are making a tremendous difference in the lives of so many people, and helping to serve as a positive influence in a negative culture.

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