Largest Australian Health and Wellbeing Media Network About Us
Tonic Media Network is Australia’s largest health and wellbeing media network, expertly created by health professionals in collaboration with Out of Home (OOH) media specialists. We connect with audiences by delivering impactful health and wellbeing messages in GP waiting rooms and pharmacies.
Our core passion is delivering evidence-based education to Australians across urban, regional, and remote areas. Using advanced geo-targeting, we customise messages for Culturally & Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities, ensuring information is shared in trusted environments, reaching the right people, at the right time, in their preferred language.
Aboriginal Health Television (AHTV) is a health and lifestyle network, founded by Tonic Media Network, where editorial content is exclusively curated for First Nations People. AHTV is dedicated to delivering culturally appropriate and relevant education and information through TV screens located inside Aboriginal Medical Services (AMS) and National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (NACCHO).
These channels engage consumers about health and wellness by providing them with the knowledge and information to achieve their desired health outcomes.
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We acknowledge and respect the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia, and pay tribute to the wisdom of both past and present Elders.
We celebrate their connection to the land, waters and seas and acknowledge them as the first artists, the first storytellers, the first communities and first creators of our culture.
This land was, is and always will be Aboriginal land.