WGI Sports of the Arts Introduces Halftime Magazine

WGI Sport of the Arts is proud to announce Halftime Magazine as An Official Media Partner for the 2008 season. WGI, a non-profit youth organization, brings music to life through performance as the leading governing body of winter guard and indoor percussion activities.

“Halftime Magazine will aid WGI Sport of the Arts to reach those musicians who may not know of indoor color guard and indoor percussion,” said Bart Woodley, WGI Marketing Manager.

Halftime Magazine highlights the sights, sounds and spirit of the marching arts from the perspective of high school and college “musician-athletes.” Premiering in July of 2007, the bimonthly print magazine and interactive website enhances marching participants’ love of music and performance by providing education, entertainment and inspiration.

Halftime Magazine’s print edition is accompanied by online exclusives and a web community for color guard and marching band enthusiasts at www.halftimemag.com.

“Through this lifestyle magazine, students, directors, alums and fans will be able to share their stories and passion for marching,” says Christine Katzman, founder, CEO and publisher. “No other print publication currently exists that brings together all of the marching arts.”

Halftime supports music education and the marching arts through sponsorships and donations.

“We are excited to become a part of the WGI team and to support the organization’s goals to foster positive experiences for participants by promoting education and creativity,” said Katzman. “We are committed to supporting music and the marching arts, not just writing about them.”

Halftime is published by Muse Media, LLC, a Los Angeles-based media and entertainment company for students involved in music, drama and other performing arts.

Read on WGI’s website: http://www.wgi.org/news/07132007-Introducing-Halftime-Magazine.html

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