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Each month, we feature a BlogTalkRadio host on our show In the Limelight. This month, we spotlight Andrea Garrison, the author and producer of the highly acclaimed book and CD, The Crossing Over of Mattie Pearl that chronicles the final days of her mother’s life. She hosts a show at BlogTalkRadio called Online with Andrea, a thoughtful, uplifting program that focuses on opening hearts and minds about our universe as a whole. Her recent shows have included interviews with recording artist Bruce Black and covered topics including homelessness in America.
Listen here to Christina Blodgett's interview with Andrea to learn how she started her BlogTalkRadio show, how she develops her shows to facilitate knowledge and understanding, and her advice for other BlogTalkRadio hosts to help you on your online journey.
Each month, we feature a BlogTalkRadio host on our show In the Limelight. This month, we spotlight Lillian Brummet who along with her husband Dave hosts two successful shows on BlogTalkRadio, Conscious Discussions and The Authors Read. Conscious Discussions is an hour-long talk radio show that celebrates individuals from all over the globe who are working to make the planet a better place. The Authors Read is a 15-minute radio program offers authors, storytellers and poets a chance to read from their published work. Dave and Lillian are freelance writers of various genres ranging from environment, gardening, music, nature and recreation and have co-authored books including Trash Talk, Towards Understanding, and Purple Snowflake Marketing.
In Christina Blodgett's interview with Lillian, we discuss how she started and how she prepares for her BlogTalkRadio show, the marketing techniques she uses to expand her listener-base, and her advice for other BlogTalkRadio hosts to help you achieve success on your online journey.
"In the Limelight" features BlogTalkRadio hosts sharing the secrets of their success. This month, Christina Blodgett interviews Joy Jones, an artist, photographer, poet, and storyteller. In March 2008, Joy started her show on BlogTalkRadio with the mission of bringing listeners excellence in art, literature, science, and music. Her BlogTalkRadio show offers a portal to knowledge, culture, and understanding, and she has welcomed guests including attorney Gloria Allred, wellness guru Susan Powter, and the physicist Dr. Michio Kaku. Listen to Christina's interview with Joy to listen how she prepares for her shows, her thoughts on the connective element of online media, and her advice for other BlogTalkRadio hosts to help you expand your online voice.
Each month, we feature a BlogTalkRadio host on our show In the Limelight. This month, we spotlight Stu Zimmerman, host of the show "Anything is Possible." Listen to BlogTalkRadio's Christina Blodgett as she interviews Stu to learn how he fuses his personal and spiritual interests into a successful online radio show at BlogTalkRadio.
Each month, we feature a BlogTalkRadio host on our show In the Limelight. This month, BlogTalkRadio's Christina Blodgett spotlights Brian Goodman, better known as Goody B, who created Wired Internet Radio. Wired Internet Radio started as a show that highlighted well-known artists and unsigned artists and has expanded into four different shows that center on comedy, relationship advice, weather for New York, and Internet Sports. To build their audience, Goody B along with his co-hosts started posting ads on iList.com, Youtube, Myspace, Facebook, Tagged, Craigslist, and more. As a result of these efforts, Goody B has developed a solid marketing plan to build his show’s content and his listeners to continue to expand their Internet radio voice.
Listen to Christina's interview with Goody B to learn how he started with BlogTalkRadio, how he prepares for and markets his shows, and his advice for other BlogTalkRadio hosts to help you achieve success on your online journey.
"In the Limelight" will feature BlogTalkRadio hosts sharing the secrets of their success. We’ll cover topics including best practices for podcasting and networking and spotlight hosts who are doing exceptional things with their BlogTalkRadio show.
In this segment, BlogTalkRadio's Christina Blodgett interviews Paul Ohlson, who works in Publicity with Medallion Press, Inc., a genre fiction and non-fiction publisher dedicated to creating the highest quality product, both inside and out. Paul hosts Medallion Press Radio, a monthly, half-hour show featuring interviews with Medallion Press authors, news updates, and Editors Tips.
Listen to Christina's interview with Paul to learn how he first discovered BlogTalkRadio, how he prepares for his shows, and his advice for other BlogTalkRadio hosts to help you reach your goals.
Each month, we feature a BlogTalkRadio host as “Host of the Month” and interview this host on “In the Limelight,” a show hosted by BTR’s Christina Blodgett. This month, we spotlight Alfred McComber, host of the “Code Red! Radio Show.” Code Red! features in-depth, top quality interviews with the most knowledgeable and experienced high level government officials from homeland security, law enforcement, fire & rescue, and emergency preparedness as well as private sector safety and security professionals.
Since September 2004, Alfred has hosted Code Red!. Before starting with BlogTalkRadio in 2008, Code Red! was previously available on Fox News Radio's local affiliate station in Washington, DC as well as Federal News Radio in the nation's capital. Alfred brings a unique perspective and extensive experience as a host on the BlogTalkRadio platform. Since 1983, Alfred has been heavily involved in law enforcement, high-level dignitary protection, search & rescue and emergency preparedness response operations. Past featured guests of the Code Red! radio show have included W. Craig Fugate, Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Dennis Rubin, Fire Chief of the Washington,DC Fire & EMS Department and coming up this week, Judge Glenda Hatchett from the syndicated television show series, "Judge Hatchett."
Listen here to Christina’s interview with Alfred to learn how he started with BlogTalkRadio, how he prepares for and markets his shows, and his advice for other BlogTalkRadio hosts to help you achieve success on your online journey.
Each month, we feature a BlogTalkRadio host on our show In the Limelight. This month, we spotlight Clarity, creator and host of the show Relationships (Some Assembly Required) Workshop. Clarity's show is about learning to understand people better by stepping into their shoes and seeing things from their point of view. She offers insights, advice, and new understandings in how we relate to our families, friends, co-workers, partners, and in our relationship with money. With over 10 years experience consulting people and companies on the job market and also working as an intuitive advisor, Clarity's show takes her unique perspective into a new realm here at BlogTalkRadio to make it easy for her listeners and followers to acquire and interact with her.
Listen to BlogTalkRadio's Christina Blodgett as she interviews Clarity to learn how she started with BlogTalkRadio, how she prepares for and markets her shows, and her advice for other BlogTalkRadio hosts to help you achieve success on your online journey.
Each month, we feature a BlogTalkRadio host on our show In the Limelight. This month, we spotlight Simon Applebaum, host of the show "Tomorrow Will Be Televised." In the course of Tomorrow's nearly two years on Internet radio, the program has presented more than 150 guests from the world of TV--people on the front lines making the medium happen. Among their topics: the digital TV transition, new and future shows, diversity on and off-camera, President Obama's TV agenda, Internet TV, video-on-demand, virtual worlds and other interactive services on the TV set, 3D and high-definition programming/networks.
Click here to listen to BlogTalkRadio's Christina Blodgett as she interviews Simon to learn how he expands his Internet radio voice.
#LIMEAPALOOZA - Friday, October 24th at the Limelight Eventplex in Peoria,IL !! Don't miss the biggest party the #309 has seen in a long time !!
Joining the show this Sunday night will be Limeapalooza organizer, Brandon Rice. We'll also hear from Heather Green, James Ghareeb & Unamused Dave.....all performing at Limeapalooza on October 24th !!
At 9:30pm it's " The Marty Monologues: Kinda Like The Vagina Monologues But With A Real Dick. " featuring Marty Wombacher of MeanWhileBackInPeoria.com. Each week Marty graces us with his presence and lays upon us the linguistic stylings and knowledge that can only come from years of great experience !!
Shi-Queeta Lee has been a female impersonator—as she is very careful to label herself—for 17 years. She says that she loves the limelight and the attention she gets when she is onstage as Shi-Queeta. Her top characters are Tina Turner, Mary J. Blige, Whitney Houston and Diana Ross.
Join me and I'll introduce you to the Queen of Female Impersonation!
Twelve Years A Slave, Solomon Northup descendant, Irene Zahos..Call To Action!
Join The Gist of Freedom as we welcome Irene Zahos! Mrs. Zahos is promoting a CALL TO ACTION on behalf of Solomon Northup, her great, great grandfather. The Solomon Northup Legacy is initiating a campaign to have Solomon recognized for his activism role to end slavery. His book, Twelve Years a Slave, was a catalyst that prompted people in the mid 1800's to look at slavery under the most extreme conditions of humanity and denigration of the human spirit.
Solomon Northup upon his release and rescue from bondage became involved with the Underground Railroad acting as a conductor taking escaped slaves from Vermont into the freedom of Canada. He selflessly believed that "all men were created equal and that they should all; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
As we look at the 21st century and with Solomon's book having been adapted to the 2013 Academy Award winning film, 12 Years a Slave, a new conversation has become engaged with a CALL TO ACTION giving voice to another hidden aspect of slavery called, human trafficking. The international viewing of the film has encouraged action and some positive results through the work of the UN-ILO. It has also brought American History into the limelight bringing attention to America's Slave History on a plateau that had not been acknowledged before. The National School Boards Association (NSBA) partnered with New Regency, Penguin Books and the filmmakers to distribute copies of the acclaimed film, book and study guide to America's public high schools.