Archive | November, 2011

Light Media Builds for Peace in Jerusalem

19 Nov

SOURCE: Light Media Holdings, Inc.

November 10, 2011 09:20 ET

Light Media Builds for Peace in Jerusalem



ATLANTA, GA–(Marketwire – Nov 10, 2011) – Light Media (PINKSHEETS: LGMH), Inspirational Media Specialist, announced today that it has now built as the single-source online destination Prayer Wall for individuals globally, who may never have an opportunity to visit the world famous 2,000-year-old Western Prayer Wall located in Israel. will enable individuals to be able to post messages 24/7 encouraging, supporting, uplifting and fervently praying for: (1) self, family, friends and loved ones; (2) Peace In Jerusalem (Psalm 122:6); (3) Socially-Responsible entities and (4) the global community in general. Light Media fortuitously acquired in 2009, as part of a strategic effort to advance its digital communications platform and as a value-added enhancement for its Light Media Network. The new is a simple and easy-to-use digital message-posting technology, so as to fulfill the singular purpose of enabling individuals worldwide to simply, seamlessly and easily post prayers. Be one of the first to post prayers (24/7) on the #1 global-accessible PrayerWall at:

About Light Media:
Light Media (PINKSHEETS: LGMH), Inspirational Media Specialist, markets, produces and distributes inspirational music, video, video games, print media and entertainment in the Urban Media space through its network of radio, Internet, television, print and special events global business platforms and marketing and alliance partners. Light Media is also the 20th publicly-traded radio/media conglomerate (member) of the prestigious RBR-TVBR Media Stocks Index (see full RBR-TVBR Media Index listing at: To listen to Power 105.5/The King, please visit: For more information, please visit:; or Light Media Capitalization Structure, as of Q3 (2011): Common Shares Issued: 38,273,500; Common Shares Float; 7,050,000; Common Shares Authorized: 100,000,000.

Socially Responsible Investing Basics for Individuals

19 Nov

Socially Responsible Investing Basics for Individuals

Make a Difference with Socially Responsible Investing.
Your savings and investments can help create a better world by building healthy communities, promoting economic equity, and fostering a clean environment.


 What is Socially Responsible Investing?

Socially Responsible Investing (SRI) is a broad-based approach to investing that now encompasses an estimated $3.07 trillion out of $25.2 trillion in the U.S. investment marketplace today. SRI recognizes that corporate responsibility and societal concerns are valid parts of investment decisions. SRI considers both the investor’s financial needs and an investment’s impact on society. SRI investors encourage corporations to improve their practices on environmental, social, and governance issues. You may also hear SRI-like approaches to investing referred to as mission investing, responsible investing, double or triple bottom line investing, ethical investing, sustainable investing, or green investing.

How You Can Get Involved?

The power of responsible investing is exercised in several ways:

  • Divert investments away from institutions or businesses that pollute or cause harm to the environment, conduct business in oppressive regimes, use unfair labor practices, produce nuclear weapons or nuclear power or employ other practices damaging to the quality of life.
  • Invest in companies and institutions whose products, services and practices contribute to a more socially just and sustainable society. Invest money in community banks, loan funds and similar financial vehicles.
  • Make a small investment in a company in order to influence the direction of business. Use shareholder activism to make a positive change to business practices.
  • Invest in community investing institutions such as community development banks, credit unions, or loan funds. You can find federally insured options and your dollars will help provide access to capital and basic financial services to low-income communities.

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