Statlistics managing Progressive Media lists

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Statlistics has been appointed list manager for online media company Progressive Media Group.

Progressive Media Group is involved with the nonprofit and medical sectors. Statlistics will offer both e-mail and postal lists for NonProfit Technology News and Medical Technology Journal.

NonProfit Technology News reaches nonprofit executives looking for the latest in products and services including computer workstations, networking routers/devices, software applications, enterprise servers, data storage, enterprise security, virus protection, e-mail filtering and monitoring systems and database management tools.

Medical Technology Journal reaches physicians and clinical executives who are the decision-makers responsible for small and midsize medical practices, clinics and ambulatory health facilities.

The Medical Technology Journal postal list contains 34,504 names and is available beginning at $135/M, while its e-mail list contains 34,486 e-mail addresses and is available beginning at $375/M.

The NonProfit Technology News postal list contains 56,304 subscribers and is available beginning at $135/M, while its e-mail list contains 56,304 e-mail addresses and is available beginning at $375/M.

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