Tyler, TX, October 16, 2014 –(PR.com)– Tired of ordinary talk radio? Then break out of the box and tap into Global Broadcasting Networks, Internet radio that takes a totally different approach by connecting voices from around the world.
“We strive to be different, to air personalities and themes that expand and enhance what you’re used to hearing,” explained Scott Frazier Director of Global Broadcasting Networks. “Our Internet talk radio and radio talk show podcasts offer the perfect platform for individuals and businesses that want to share their message locally and around the globe.
“We have self-help professionals, Doctors, authors and motivational speakers reaching out to people all over the world. We also have quilters, musicians, ghost-chasers and comedians who have found our platform to share a glimpse of the very things that they are passionate about.”
Global Broadcasting Networks, whose motto is “changing the world one voice at a time,” includes six stations: The WooHoo Radio Network, TogiNet Radio, All Business Radio Network, TogiNet Talk Radio, TylerNet Radio and Lessons in Joyful Living Radio Network. Each one has its own distinctive flavor.
One of the network’s most popular shows is American Patchwork and Quilting Radio with host Pat Sloan. Pat is the owner and founder of the quilting design and publishing company Pat Sloan & Co., she has published over 20 books, more than 100 patterns, nearly 10 fabric lines, and has had her work featured in many top quilting magazines. The pages of America’s favorite magazine, American Patchwork & Quilting, come to life when our host, Pat Sloan, talks about the latest trends, ideas, and inspirations.
TogiNet Radio explores the “kaleidoscope of cuisines, cultures and cures,” with hosts that include Vilasi Venkatachalam, of Secret Cuisines & Sacred Rituals and Dr. Pieter DeWet, a Doctor that approaches all patients holistically, which means he focuses on body, mind and soul and routinely addresses and assists in the treatment of patient’s physical, emotional, social, mental, environmental and spiritual issues as it relates to their overall health situation.
While the shows have been universally acclaimed for originality and content – currently, the network has provided over 1,300,000 podcast downloads to a growing audience in September alone – the broadcasting venues are struggling to keep pace.
“We are growing and yet we need to add more studios to sustain this potential,” said Frazier. “We are close to the point where advertising agencies are starting to take a serious look at us.”
Global Broadcasting Networks, Inc
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TogiNet website, www.toginet.com
EEDC Radio Network website, www.EEDCradionetwork,com
Global Networks Facebook page, www.facebook.com/pages/Toginet-Radio/206107812740859
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