Bernard Osher Named to Influencers in Aging List
Public media project Next Avenue has named Bernard Osher to their first annual list of “Influencers in Aging.” The list honors 10 individuals in each of the five areas Next Avenue covers: Health & Well-Being; Caregiving; Money & Security; Work & Purpose; and Living & Learning – the category in which Mr. Osher is honored. This list is intended to recognize remarkable leaders who are working to address the issues relative to living longer, healthier and happier lives.
See the list’s inclusion of Bernard Osher on the Next Avenue website.
Next Avenue is a public media national service project and digital platform offering aggregated journalism and media coverage related to the age 50+ U.S. population. It was conceived and developed by Twin Cities Public Television (TPT) in St. Paul, Minnesota. TPT produces Next Avenue for the PBS system and 84 PBS stations are local affiliates of the service. Their mission is “to meet the needs and unleash the potential of older Americans through the power of media.” The project reaches beyond their website and media programs to a national network of media partners and government and nonprofit allies.