Cruise Ship News – Media Tie-up Announced

Press Release
Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Internet talk-show 'Cruising Authority' & cruise agency 'CruisesOnly' join forces to deliver audio & video programming

Cruising Authority, the Internet's leading cruise-related talk show, and CruisesOnly, America's largest cruise agency, are joining forces.

A division of World Travel Holdings, CruisesOnly will be the featured cruise agency in all of Cruising Authority's audio and video programming for 2012, offering the show's audience a portal to the cruise industry's best-available rates, discounts, and bonus offers.

"We're very pleased to be teaming up with Cruising Authority," said Jeffrey Sherota, Sr. Vice President of CruisesOnly. "As America's largest cruise agency, we're always looking for opportunities to partner with other industry leaders. We believe our customers will find plenty of value in Cruising Authority's expert and entertaining original content, and we look forward to providing the show's audience with direct access to the industry's biggest and most exclusive selection of cruise deals."

Cruising Authority is making changes and upgrades to its website, www.CruiseTalkShow.com, in order to make it easier for users to navigate their extensive library of talk-show segments (over 130 audio files in all), videos, written reviews, and photo albums.

They are also expanding their programming through the development of a new brand entitled The Cruise Journalist. Filmed on location around the world and aboard some of the industry's most exciting cruise ships, this new brand's focused and enticing video content will afford viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the unique ups and downs of the cruise journalist's lifestyle.

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