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HorseTV Channel Exec to Serve as VP of International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists

Chris Stafford, VP Production and News Director For The HorseTV Channel Is Sole U.S. Member Elected To The Bureau Of The FEI-Affiliated IAEJ

Calabasas, California - November 1, 2006 The Bureau of the International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists (IAEJ) elected The HorseTV Channel’s VP of Production and News Director Chris Stafford to serve as the organization’s Vice President (North America) during the annual general meeting held September 2006 at the FEI World Equestrian Games in Aachen, Germany. Stafford will serve a four-year term and participate in Bureau duties such as designation of IAEJ delegates to international competitions, IAEJ bulletin publication and new member review.

IAEJ candidates must be involved in international events in the International Equestrian Federation (FEI) disciplines and work at a high standard in order to be accepted into the organization, a process requiring the approval of their peers. The IAEJ includes the journalists of the written and audio- visual press in charge of regular coverage of international equestrian sports including jumping, horse trials, dressage and driving. Its aim is to serve the prestige of the equestrian press and to help create a good climate between journalists and all individuals, groups and organizations in these equestrian sports.

“I am honored to be elected to the IAEJ Bureau and delighted to be able to serve the membership as we move forward into a new era,” said Chris Stafford, VP Production and News Director for The HorseTV Channel. “I look forward to bringing my experience to the organization to benefit everyone who works in the equestrian media.”

The IAEJ was formed in 1966 to promote and maintain contacts among the world’s equestrian journalists and to discuss problems in which the FEI and the equestrian press are both involved. The IAEJ works closely with the FEI through the Media Advisory Committee to improve working conditions for the media at equestrian tournaments, further the communications between the FEI and the media, and provide a forum through which show organizers, sponsors, competitors and the media can communicate with one another.

The HorseTV Channel is the first and only 24/7 television destination taking viewers inside the fascinating world of horses. From silk hats to Stetsons, The HorseTV Channel features a diverse and fun-filled program lineup for the entire family. Viewers experience the full range of the horse world from world-class English and Western competitions, exotic horse travel destinations and classic movies to informational series, breed documentaries and real- life stories. For more information about The HorseTV Channel, visit http://www.horsetv.com.

 

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