Saturday, July 21, 2018
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Become A Host

Become a Host on FoodRadioNetwork.com
FoodRadioNetwork.com is produced by a consortium of broadcast professionals. Our specialty dish is content and programming.

We can’t pretend to know everything about food, so if you think you have an idea for a show, we are all ears. A couple of things are prerequisites; you must have a unique message and a commitment to produce the best quality program possible.

When you are a host on the FoodRadioNetwork, you’ll have access to our 30+ years of radio experience to help you get started both technically and creatively. Your team will include radio and marketing professionals to maximize your program’s audience reach and income potential.

As a talk show host you will enhance your personal and business profile, as well as:

  • Be identified as an Expert in your field.
  • Build your network through interviewing respected colleagues
  • Create a global footprint for your business
  • Build a Loyal Audience of Listeners that can become Customers
  • Develop advertiser partnerships which drive new revenue to your business

Podcasting and Internet Radio is one of the fastest growing mediums in the world. In fact, there are more than 48 million people listening each week. A 2010 Study by Edison Media Research says “that when price and quality is equal, consumers prefer to buy products from companies that advertise on the podcasts they regularly enjoy.”
So, if you are interested in joining the FoodRadioNetwork team, let’s talk. Send us a note to Info@FoodRadioNetwork.com and we’ll schedule a confidential consultation.

 

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Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on these programs are those of the hosts and participants and are not intended to and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of FoodRadioNetwork.com and it's owners and agents. All listeners are advised that neither FoodRadioNetwork, nor it's owners and agents shall be held liable for the content of programs, including any advice given. All listeners are advised to make their own decisions after appropriate consultation with professionals who have had an opportunity to consider completely each listener's circumstances, and not in reliance upon the content of FoodRadioNetwork programs.