HONOLULU (Hawaii News Now) - MomsInHawaii.com, a local social-media community, announced today that it has joined Hawaii News Now in a partnership, active immediately. The partnership features shared content on the websites of the two organizations, as well as support from Hawaii News Now for MomsInHawaii.com campaigns and events.
"Hawaii News Now is honored to be a supporter of the local motherhood community and their families," said Rick Blangiardi, general manager of Hawaii News Now. "We believe this partnership will help moms to stay informed about current events and issues."
Visitors to MomsInHawaii.com will now see a feed directly from Hawaii News Now on the MomsInHawaii.com homepage and other website pages, featuring video breaking news, stories from Hawaii News Now's Sunrise morning show, weather, sports updates and more.
Meanwhile, the Hawaii News Now website, www.HawaiiNewsNow.com, features a MomsInHawaii.com stream, including supportive mom-to-mom discussions, inspiring momblogs, listings of family-friendly events, contests and giveaways, product reviews and more.
"The goal is to make it easy for busy moms to find both information and support," said Esme Infante Nii, Editor/Host and Chief Executive Mom of MomsInHawaii.com. "The partnership with Hawaii News Now will give our moms easy access to today's news and the latest developments in parenting, helping them to make more informed decisions."
In the coming months, the partnership will expand to include appearances by MomsInHawaii.com staff on Hawaii News Now's "Sunrise" morning show, sharing insightful content from MomsInHawaii.com with viewers.
MomsInHawaii.com is open to everyone, and registration is free and takes just a minute. Facebook users can register for MomsInHawaii.com with just a couple of clicks.
MomsInHawaii.com empowers moms by bringing them together, both online and "in real life." It provides information, experiences and support to keep moms and their families happy and healthy while adding enrichment and fun to their lives along the way. More information is available at www.MomsInHawaii.com, on Facebook (Facebook.com/MomsInHawaii), on Twitter (Twitter.com/_MomsInHawaii) and on YouTube (YouTube.com/MomsInHawaii).