The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) today launched a new nationwide PSA campaign called "Together We Can All Fight the Flu." The campaign features television, radio, online banner, and outdoor public service advertisements that encourage Americans to get vaccinated against the 2009 H1N1 flu virus.
The NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) would like to echo the request by HHS for media outlets to run these Public Service Announcements as a service to the citizens of the country and the State.
A breakdown of the Television PSAs is below:
“Anthem” PSA focuses on the importance of pregnant women, children,
young adults, and other priority groups getting the H1N1 flu vaccine.
Format: 30 seconds.
“Parents” PSA focuses on parents of young children and is available in 3
formats: a 25-second format with 5 seconds for states to add a
customized message; a 30 second version, and a 10 second version.
“Pregnant Women” PSA focuses on the importance of pregnant women getting
the H1N1 vaccine. Formats: 30 seconds and 10 seconds.
“Young Adults” PSA encourages young people to get vaccinated. Formats:
30 seconds and 10 seconds.
“Beat Poetry” PSA focuses on why the H1N1 vaccine is critical for young
people. Format: 30 seconds.
“Parents – Spanish” PSA – a Spanish-language version of the “Parents”
PSA. Format: 30 seconds.
“Pregnant Women – Spanish” PSA – a Spanish-language version of the
“Pregnant Women” PSA. Format: 30 seconds.
To view all of the materials, go to: www.flu.gov.