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Top Fitness and Wellness Instructors Signing on With Vidergize to Stream Video Classes and Grow Their Businesses Online

Vidergize Recruiting Qualified Instructors for Its New Video Streaming Platform; Top Talent in Yoga, Pilates, Martial Arts, Strength and Conditioning Already Signed on as Content Providers

TELLURIDE, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 02/10/14 -- Vidergize, a soon-to-be-launched fitness and wellness channel, announced today it is actively recruiting qualified instructors who are seeking to publish wellness videos to grow their brand, create a new revenue stream, and build a global following. Leading professionals across a number of fitness and wellness disciplines are signing up to use Vidergize as an online distribution channel for their DVD and video content. To date, well-known experts such as Kristin McGee, Tom Holland, Kimberly Fowler, Danielle Diamond, Andrea Metcalf, Jennifer Cassetta and Dave Bellomo have joined forces with Vidergize.

"In an age where people are seeking the convenience of Internet streaming options over physical DVDs, we have created Vidergize to help fitness and wellness professionals easily publish and distribute their video content to a global audience," said Len Metheny, founder and CEO of Vidergize. "The social video platform we've created within Vidergize will make it fun for consumers seeking expert advice and instruction and will provide professionals with powerful tools to expand their reach and grow their clientele. Video contributors will earn a 50% royalty on every view, giving professionals the ability to generate greater income than that of advertising-based sites."

Vidergize for Health and Fitness Professionals
Vidergize is a publishing platform for experienced and accredited wellness professionals. To become a content contributor on Vidergize, professionals must apply and demonstrate experience, training and appropriate certifications in their respective areas of wellness. Likewise, the video content that they submit undergoes a review and approval process before it is published to consumers. "Maintaining a high quality of content is essential to giving consumers a great experience," added Metheny. "We're seeking professionals who know their subject matter and have demonstrated success in their field. People who watch videos on Vidergize can have confidence they are learning from accredited experts."

"Vidergize is awesome for instructors looking to get their name out there and continue creating videos for a broader audience," said Kristin McGee. "I love the social features on Vidergize and love that it is global. It's truly unique in what it offers me and my clients, and I couldn't be more excited to be partnering with Vidergize."

Vidergize is holding a Webinar on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 11:00AM MST for fitness and wellness professionals interested in learning more about publishing their video programs online. Go to http://vidergize.webex.com to register for the online event.

About Vidergize
Vidergize is a premium fitness and wellness video channel launching in Spring 2014 that enables consumers to cost-effectively train with and learn from leading experts from around the world whenever and wherever they like. Vidergize's open platform makes it easy and affordable for fitness, health and wellness professionals to grow their brand online and build a global following. For more information visit www.vidergize.com. Fitness professionals can apply to be a content contributor with Vidergize's online contributor application form.

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