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What’s New on BlogTalkRadio’s Featured Stations

Are you reading this on your blackberry or Smartphone? Chances are you’re holding the screen too close to your eyes. On the new episode of Healthy Vision™ with Dr. Val Jones, optometrist and author Dr. Jeffrey Anshel joins Dr. Val to discuss what happens to our eyes when using the computer and digital devices, and offers tips on what we can do minimize or prevent eye strain and discomfort.  Tune in here.

Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana welcomes a couple of great guests to the show as Shanola Hampton, co-star of Shameless, stops by to chat about her experience on the hit television show on Showtime. Also, for all the dog lovers out there, Jenna Stregowski, Guide to Dogs on About.com, stops by to discuss  the greatest dog movies with Frank.  Tune in here.

Employee theft at small businesses is a big problem and getting bigger with the sour economy.  82% of small to mid-size businesses report they have experienced employee theft.  Tune in here as Diane Helbig and Ron Baker use their 30+ years experience, managing Finance, Operations, Sales, Marketing, Information Technology, and Human Resources to discuss this critical issue.

What’s New on BlogTalkRadio’s Featured Stations

You love your window view, but could it be contributing to symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome?  Take the “Eye Q’s and Views” Quiz to find out if your computer workstation is “eye friendly” and then tune into Healthy Vision™ with Dr. Val Jones.  Optometrist and author Dr. Jeffrey Anshel joins Dr. Val to discuss what happens to eyes when using the computer and digital devices, and offers tips for preventing visual discomfort. Tune in here.

Tune into a special Spring edition of Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana as he talks with celebrity landscaper Nicholas Walker. He’s got a heck of a resume, and has teamed up with Kathy Ireland Worldwide to bring his landscaping creations to the world.  Tune in here for an exciting chat about outdoor design and ideas.

Deborah L. Parker knows about adversity. Raised by a single mother in a small rural Virginia town after her stepfather leave the family to fend for themselves, Deborah learned early on that having a dream and a goal along with positive roles models contributed to where she is today–a retired Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve who also has worked in corporate management positions.  Tune in here to listen to her inspiring story on Women’ Business Talk Radio Network.

What’s New on BlogTalkRadio’s Featured Stations

Headaches, blurred vision, and eye fatigue may not solely be caused by your workload.  Did you know that staring at a computer or a small screen can cause a variety of ailments?  Optometrist and author Dr. Jeffrey Anshel has helped companies and government agencies address the eye stress associated with computer monitors.  Tune in to Healthy Vision with Dr. Val Jones now to hear what he recommends to help reduce or prevent vision-related problems.  Tune in here.

On the latest edition of Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana, Frank welcomes Tom McMahon, executive producer of the hit Spike TV show, 1000 Ways to Die.  Also, in honor of the leap year, Frank welcomes Raenell Dawn, from The Honor Society of Leap Year Babies.  Tune in here.

Women’s Business Network welcomes small business expert Jane Applegate to the show.  She is the author of  201 Great Ideas for Your Small Business.  Tune in here as she shares her Top 10 of those 201 Great Ideas that will help get your business achieve greater success.

 

What’s New on BlogTalkRadio’s Featured Stations

125 million Americans suffer from Computer Vision Syndrome.  Are you one of them?  Optometrist and author Dr. Jeffrey Anshel joins Dr. Val to discuss what happens to our eyes when using the computer and digital devices and offer tips on what we can do to minimize or prevent eye strain, discomfort, and fatigue from computer or small device use.   Tune in Here.

On the latest edition of Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana, Frank welcomes designer, decorator, and television host Monica Pedersen to the studio.   She and Frank are old HGTV buddies, and she’s stopping by to talk about the latest happenings in her life as well as for a Designed to Sell mini-reunion with DIY’s  very own Robert North.  In the Craftsmanship segment, Frank welcomes Lupita Kuri of the Sweet Ride cupcake truck to the studio to chat about how her business has taken off, and how she was featured on a recent edition of Cupcake Wars on the Food Network.  Tune in Here.

Tom Oliver is the Founder and CEO of the World Peace Festival and the World Peace Partnership. Hailed by the CEO of Interbrand as “the portal to millions of next-generation trendsetters and early adopters”, the WPF is the biggest peace event in history, with a target audience of over 1 billion people.  He joins Deepak Chopra Radio to discuss this  first worldwide peace initiative bringing together the leaders of business, politics, military, music, film, art and the Nobel Peace Prize winners. Tune in Here.

BlogTalkRadio Recent Show Highlights

Robin Milling welcomes Filmmaker Gus Van Sant to talk about his latest work Restless. Van Sant chats with Robin about the star of the fim, Henry Hopper, and about Henry’s famous father, the late Dennis Hopper getting a chance to see his son in action.  Van Sant is known for directing a number of hit films including Good Will Hunting, Elephant, and Milk.

Lance Reddick, a former star of HBO’s The Wire, joins Callywood Live to discuss his acting and theater career. Reddick is known for his portrayal of Cedric Daniels on The Wire, a hardheaded yet moral cop in a somewhat corrupt Baltimore police department.  Daniels has also held prominent roles in Oz, Lost, and Law & Order.

Peak Mindset Radio featured a special guest, Les Warner, the former drummer of the British alternative rock band, The Cult.  Les stopped by for a chat about a variety of great topics including music, his life, business, the recession, and  his time with The Cult.

 

 

BlogTalkRadio Recent Show Highlights

The Matty P Radio Happy Hour featured a star studded cast this week with actor Gary Busey and former Mets Cy Young winner, Dwight Gooden. Busey joins the show on his 67th birthday to celebrate and discuss what he’s been up to since wrapping up Celebrity Apprentice.

Notre Dame legend, Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger joins The Drew Show.  Rudy speaks  about his inspiring story of overcoming all the odds on the gridiron and his 27 seconds of success that led him to becoming one of Notre Dame’s most famous graduate and the basis for the film, Rudy.

The Small Business Roundtable welcomes Guy Kawasaki to The Camp House in front of a live audience.  The former Chief Evangelist of Apple and co-founder of Alltop.com is one of the world’s most highly regarded entrepreneurs.  Kawasaki is also the author of the New York Times best selling book, Enchantment.

On this episode of the Todd Griffiths Show, Todd welcomes numismatist, James Digeorgia, author and renowned expert in gold and precious metals.  Todd also covers rare coins and the value they can add to your portfolio.

The Down and Dirty with Frank Fontana welcomes to the show  Urban Access Media Group CEO, Bobby Lewis, who speaks with Frank about his new company that is providing programming content to black and minority communities and also about where traditional and new media is heading.  Frank is later joined by William Gurstelle, a science writer making a name for himself in creating new uses for technology.  William talks about his latest book The Practical Pyromaniac.

Join us at BlogWell!

How Big Companies use Social Media

BlogTalkRadio will be attending BlogWell in San Jose later this month.

Come join us!

What is it?

8 great case studies in corporate social media

Unprecedented insight on social media from Cisco, Intel, Wells Fargo, Walmart, UPS, Kaiser Permanente, Graco, and Home Depot. Measuring ROI, managing teams, dealing with legal issues, working with agencies, BtoB blogging, internal communications, blogging in regulated industries and creating great content. This is the best opportunity available for anyone looking to get started or improve their corporate social media efforts.

Get practical, how-to advice, a lesson in disclosure and corporate social media responsibility, and loads of ideas and examples – all for $200. If your company is thinking about or in the early stages of developing a social media presence, you absolutely need to be here. BlogWell is presented by GasPedal and the Blog Council.

When is it?

October 28th, 2008

Where can I learn more?

http://www.gaspedal.com/blogwell