One of my favorite songs is written by Everclear, “AM Radio”. Admitting to my youth and to my professional expertise, the radio landscape today is mobile and is a part of the social broadcast arena. In 2006, founding father, Alan Levy of Cinchcast sought out to create an online radio enterprise by very humble beginning of a “family blog newscast”. Today, many of the line-up of BlogTalkRadio is generated by traditional media categories nonetheless generated by those who are and want to be in media.
As of January 2013, the radio online produced numbers that show 2 million+ shows aired with 16,000+ active hosts and 35,000 new shows/month, having 25 million visitors/month and an impressive 196 million page views/month. Popularity is matched by reach and frequency when this accessible platform for content creators & brands to connect with an audience anytime, anywhere in the world. Not exclusive to consumer listenership, business sees a targeted audience for their brand as an advertiser, branded & syndicated content, category & event sponsorship.
Having “stage fright” when you step up to the mic is easily overcome then you review the BlogTalkRadio University. This educational audio series for podcasters and online radio hosts is produced to you by the folks at BlogTalkRadio. You can tune in live for discussions and visual presentations or listen to archived audio recordings of the learning sessions.
A second attractive note of programming comes from much of the fanfare addressed by the opportunity of a revenue share program. When you join our Revenue Sharing Program, you receive 35% of the ad revenue for advertising impressions (video, audio, banner) displayed to your BlogTalkRadio listeners that visit your profile or episode pages. The more visitors you can bring to your show, the more revenue you can generate for yourself.
About the network: BlogTalkRadio is the world's largest live online talk radio network covering politics, technology, health, sports, entertainment and more. Become a host, listener or both, by registering.