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Actress-Reverend Sally Kirkland Takes Positive Action

Manhattan Beach, CA, April 2, 2003...Sally Kirkland is a seasoned mainstay in the film, stage, TV and radio arena. Amidst a still active film career, Kirkland, formerly a radio host with KYPA, KBPA and KORG, is joining the global voice of 21st century communications - Internet Radio. Beginning April 7, 2003, CHSR HealthyLife.Net-The Positive Radio Network will broadcast "The Reverend Sally Kirkland Show" on Mondays between 8-9 a.m. and 8-9 p.m. Pacific Time at

Well known as an Oscar nominee and Golden Globe award winner for "Anna", Sally will be appearing in Universal's latest Jim Carrey film "Bruce Almighty" coming out this Memorial Day weekend. Sally's accomplishments extend further to include art, health and spiritual ministry. After a near-death experience in 1966, she studied spirituality and was ordained as a minister on December 6, 1976 by John-Roger, founder of the Church of the Movement of Spiritual Inner Awareness (MSIA).

Known for her compassion and pursuit of individual and world peace, "The Reverend Sally Kirkland Show" will be an avenue of education, inspiration and motivation. The show will focus on practical spirituality; natural health and helping people access their inner peace. Interesting interviews with famous and celebrity guests will also be part of the venue.

Linda Mackenzie, founder of the new LA-based all positive talk and music radio network, is pleased with Reverend Kirkland's decision to become part of their positive community of veteran radio & TV hosts. "At this time, with so much negativity around us, I think it's important for people to have positive media with hosts who stress the positive aspects of life." states Mackenzie. "Sally gives people the tools to wake up to spiritual peace and goodness around, and in, their daily lives. Our Internet radio network reaches a global audience and I think the resulting momentum of "The Reverend Sally Kirkland Show" can help foster world peace one listener at a time."

Internet Radio has now come of age. Neilsen NetRating's state that there are 391,094,644 current Internet users worldwide. According to Arbitron as of January 1, 2002, 40 million Americans regularly listen or watch Internet media. Furthermore, Measurecast's Internet Radio Listening Index shows the total time spent listening has increased 884% since January 2001.

CHSR HealthyLife.Net's all-positive programming network launched October 1, 2002 already attracts thousands of daily listeners in over 12 countries and has access to 400 million palm pilots worldwide.