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Last Chance Tickets for Parkinson’s Benefit TODAY 6-13-14 at Parkside Village Senior Living

Friday, June 13th, 2014

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Fine Dinning buffet dinner, open bar, valet parking, live jazz and door prices.  All (100%) of proceeds go to National Parkinson’s Foundation of Central and Southeast Ohio.  6-13-14 CentralSEOhio_RGB2

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Is Radio Show Host a title you would like to have? Become a Host of your own Show on TTR

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Speak you mind become a host

Seriously, have you ever thought about hosting your own radio show?  If it has ever crossed your mind; keep reading for an exciting opportunity at #Talktainmentradio to host your own radio show.

What kind of people should consider using radio to reach their audiences?  Doctors, lawyers, real estate agents, or financial advisors — use radio to highlight their knowledge, increase their name recognition, build up their local celebrity, and gain new clients.  It’s a great way to  promote books, seminars, or other sideline business; like a LIVE walking talking ad.

Others use radio to entertain or to promulgate a particular point of view — political, religious, or otherwise their own idea. This non-commercial type of show is often supported by advertising. Hosts can even make their radio show into a business of its own, buying time slots for a fixed price, and selling ads themselves directly to businesses. A brand new revenue stream to support your cause and platform.

OK, let’s give you a few things to think about while you are thinking this thing over.

Checklist for pondering becoming the host of your own radio show:

___  Do you have a business or service to provide?

___  Do you have a message with a mission you want to share?

___  What topics would you want to discuss on your show?

A few examples:

  • Interviews with recent news-makers or local politicians
  • News, especially very recent events
  • Controversial issues (the economy, crime, global warming, education, etc.)
  • Interviews with book authors (who need publicity)
  • Recent articles from the newspaper, magazines, or online publications
  • Business/Finance/Legal
  • Celebrity News
  • Recent events in TV shows or movies
  • Ridiculous things that really happened
  • Music
  • Relationships
  • Health and fitness advice
  • Contests with listeners

___  Is this going to be a full-time, part-time, or hobby for you?

___  Do you like to research different subjects?

___  If you could interview anybody who would it be?

___  Who would be your support for getting it going?

___  When would you like to get started?

While I know many things are dancing in your head right now about all of the possibilities; let’s start you out with the application process by giving you more details.

Give us a call and explore the idea of having your own radio show that’s heard locally and can be promoted world wide.   #ShopLocal #BeGlobal !

On Talktainmentradio.com; the Worlds Greatest Radio, Radio the Way It Should Be Heard!

Contact edozier@talktainmentradio.com for more details.  Mention you saw it here and get a Free Promo Commercial for your show publicity!

 

The 12 Days of Giveaways Continue!

Thursday, December 19th, 2013

We are right in the middle of our 12 Days of Giveaways and the response has been great! After a tough day involving car trouble, one winner had this to say:

“Thank you for re-establishing my faith in myself.” – Jennifer

Sometimes all it takes is an act of goodwill to turn the day around and restore one’s faith in humanity. We are just glad that we could help!

12 Days of Giveaways

Talktainmentradio.com’s 12 Days of Giveaways

For those of you who are looking for a little holiday pick-me-up, it’s not too late to enter! Remember, all you have to do is follow us on our Facebook and Twitter pages, where you will be asked a trivia question. Be the first to answer correctly and you win a prize bundle and $100! You can also increase your chances to win by subscribing to our newsletter. Subscriber winners are randomly chosen, so it’s luck of the draw! Good luck!

For a list of prizes and contest guidelines, please visit our blog page.

Talktainmentradio.com’s 12 Days of Giveaways: Enter to Win Free TTR Merchandise and Cash!

Monday, December 9th, 2013

‘Tis the season for giving! We are awarding some lucky Talktainmentradio.com fans with prizes and YOU could be a winner. What exactly could you win? How do you enter? We’ve got the answers below!

What is up for grabs?
Each winner will receive a 4-pack bundle of goodies including, but not limited to:
-Talktainmentradio.com T-shirts

-Branded Wristbands
-Coffee Mugs
-Panache Fitness Company DVDs
-Richard’s Remedy Wellness Skin Cream
-Personalized shout-outs to be aired on Talktainmentradio.com

That’s a pretty great setup, isn’t it? Did we mention that every winner will also receive $100 CASH!? That is no typo, folks. Each person who wins a prize bundle also takes home $100! We bet you’re wondering how you win, right? Read on!

How do I enter?
It’s simple! You can enter by following and answering posted trivia questions on our Facebook and Twitter pages, and/or subscribing to our newsletter. The winners will then be chosen, verified, and announced on Talktainmentradio.com’s social media channels. Click the rules and regulations link for official giveaway guidelines.

Brush up on your trivia knowledge, get familiar with our programming, and sign up for our newsletter because Talktainmentradio.com’s 12 Days of Giveaways starts Friday, December 13th!

Give Back This Thanksgiving

Friday, November 15th, 2013

This Thanksgiving before you cut your turkey and watch all of the Thanksgiving parades, take a moment to make someone’s holiday a special one. Here is a list of places you can volunteer this Thanksgiving.

Put the “Thanks” Back into Thanksgiving This Season

Prepare Thanksgiving dinner with Community Kitchen Inc. on Monday, November 25 through Wednesday, November 27 from 1pm-2:30pm. The Community Kitchen needs help preparing turkeys and other items for their Thanksgiving meal for the homeless and others in need. There are 25 spots available for those who are interested. To register and get further details, email Marilyn Oberting at marilyn@communitykitchencolumbus.org.

If that time doesn’t work for your schedule, LifeCare Alliance also needs help preparing Thanksgiving dinner on Monday, November 25 from 5:30pm-7:30pm. This is in partnership with Columbus Gives Back and will serve area senior through LifeCare Alliance’s Meals on Wheels program. Register online for the event or email the email event coordinator, Caroline at caroline@columbusgivesback.org.

Besa Community will be hosting an early Thanksgiving dinner for homeless youth on Wednesday, November 27 from 5pm-7pm. This will not be your traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Coordinators are asking volunteers to bring one dish – fruit, salad, desserts, etc. The main dish will be provided by Mikey’s Late Night Slice. Check out Besa Community and sign-up to volunteer at this nontraditional Thanksgiving dinner.

If you’re anything like me, cooking anything is just not in the cards. Instead, do something active and volunteer, run, or walk at the annual 5 mile Chase Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot presented by Whole Foods and Ultra Fit USA. This is a family event that takes place Thanksgiving morning benefiting children with autism. Register online for this event as a volunteer, runner, or walker.

Thanksgiving is not only a time to enjoy family and great food. It is the perfect time to reflect on how fortunate we all are to have a place to go for a hot meal and live in good health. Know of any other ways to give back this Thanksgiving? Comment and let us know!

Celebrate Halloween in Columbus

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

‘Tis the season to be spooked! Halloween always brings out the creative and the fear in people every time it comes around. Whether you like enjoying it peacefully or completely freaking yourself out, Columbus has plenty going on to tailor to your needs.

HighBall Halloween VI

 

Grab your best costume and get ready to rip the runway at the HighBall Halloween event. In its sixth year, the event has had to expand by going from one day, to two days of shutting down High Street and filling it with over 20,000 people. Starting Friday, October 25 through Saturday, October 26 there will be competitions, dancing in the street, stage shows, and more. This is an event you do not want to miss!

 

North Market Halloween Party

This is a free event for the kiddos to enjoy face painting, crafts, and a safe indoor trick-or-treat! The party starts Sunday, October 27 from noon-3pm at the North Market and admission is free. Enjoy a relaxed Sunday afternoon full of candy and fun!

Sips & Spirits

If you like to keep it classy on Halloween, step into the paranormal with a glass of wine at Camelot Cellars Winery. Get your future ready by psychics, recreate yourself with a Halloween inspired make-over, and try Camelot Cellars Vampire Vino wine (only available through Halloween). This event will take place Wednesday, October 30 from 7-9pm and admission into this event is free.

Dead Acres | Haunted Hoochie

For all of my thrill seekers, get your kicks at the legendary Haunted Hoochie at Dead Acres. This is an intense experience for real thrill seekers only. There’s blood, gore, guts, and terror every where you turn at Dead Acres. You think you can handle one of the top 13 haunted houses in America? Get your ticket now and prepare to enjoy (if that’s possible) a great scare.

How do you celebrate Halloween? Comment and let us know!

Join Us at the Universal Life Expo!

Friday, October 11th, 2013

Each week Tammi Rager uses her show The Now Age to take listeners on a journey of the mind, body, and spirit.  However, this weekend Tammi is bringing elements of her program out of the studio and into Veterans Memorial with the Universal Life Expo! The annual event attracts thousands of people who share an interest in understanding the connectivity of the mind, body, and spirit.

2013 Universal Life Expo

2013 Universal Life Expo

Here is what you need to know: The Universal Life Expo is the largest all-volunteer metaphysical holistic event in the United States. There are nearly 150 workshops and over 300 booths packed with merchandise and services to fit every need. Talktainmentradio.com will be on site to catch all of the action Saturday and Sunday, and we can’t wait to see you! In the meantime, check out a very special Universal Life Expo podcast of The Now Age by clicking here!

2013 Pride Wrap-Up Special – Part 2

Friday, August 9th, 2013

If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you are aware that this summer has seen many milestone events occur for the LGBTQ community. The Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act and dismissed a suit from supporters of California’s Proposition 8 gay marriage ban. Needless to say, 2013 has been a monumental year for social movements!

When Talktainmentradio.com attended the 2013 Stonewall Columbus Pride Festival in June, little did we know that such change was on the horizon.  Though verdicts for both cases were still looming, that didn’t stop the crowd of more than 300,000 people from coming together to celebrate the power of unity.  Check out what people said when we asked what Pride meant to them in the second half of a two-part video of our coverage for the festival!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7WNAGFio0Q&list=PLUYYfPgVFZfE961HISRtV0-NKhLuhEh6p

As supporters of diversity and inclusion, we were honored to meet so many great members of the community. If you liked this video, check out some bonus footage of our interview with Days of Our Lives Emmy Winner, Chandler Massey!

Columbus Black Theatre Festival Attracts Statewide Attention

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

The month of July marked the kick-off to the first Columbus Black Theatre Festival. Held the second weekend of the month, the festival was a three day event that featured poetry readings, acting and directing workshops, and the premiere of ‘Secrets of a Dark Skin Sister’ by Julie Whitney Scott. Scott is the founder of Mine4God Productions, the company behind the creation of the festival, and is the host of The Satin Hour on Talktainmentradio.com.

Seeing a void in the African-American theatre community, Scott decided to take matters into her own hands and develop a festival that celebrates diversity within the creative arts scene in central Ohio. Calling on all regional artists and playwrights of color, she created an event to resemble similar successful functions that took place in Washington D.C. and Atlanta.

Attendees were treated to one of the festival’s main plays, ‘Secrets of a Dark Skin Sister’. ‘Secrets’ follows two African-American sisters as they struggle to deal with how their lives are affected due to, despite being twins, the stark contrast of their skin color. The play goes on to explore what controls the African-American mindset and questions why skin color seems to be a bigger issue within this particular race than it is in others.

The festival came to a close Sunday with an awards ceremony at Talktainmentradio.com’s headquarters, where the top three artists were recognized. The results are as follows:

1st place: “Zoe’s Boutique” by Sanika Harris – Atlanta, Georgia

2nd place: “The Inconvenient Truth” by Tisha Harris – Cincinnati, Ohio

3rd place: “Mamas’ Drama” by Nanette Marie – Columbus, Ohio

Harris, Harris, and Marie accept their awards with Julie Whitney Scott (Center) and Talktainmentradio.com Managing General Partner, Charles McCrimmon (Back-Center), and friends.

Harris, Harris, and Marie accept their awards with Julie Whitney Scott (center), Talktainmentradio.com Managing General Partner, Charles McCrimmon (back-center), and friends.
-{Source: Columbus Black Arts Festival}

 

Congratulations to the winners! Tune in to The Satin Hour Saturdays at 11AM or download podcasts of the show here!

The Can’t-Miss Social Events of the Summer – Part 2

Monday, July 29th, 2013

There has been so much going on in Columbus this summer that we had to write two segments just to cover it all (and we’ve barely even scratched the surface)! This is a good thing, though, as it stands as a testament to just how much there is to do in central Ohio. So let’s dig in, shall we? Read on to find out about some of the best events going on this summer.

Ohio Expo Center Sign {Source: Wikimedia}

Ohio Expo Center Sign
{Source: Wikimedia}

Ohio State Fair – July 24 -August 4

Attracting more than 840,000 people in 2012, the Ohio State Fair is recognized as one of the largest state fairs in the United States. This should come as no surprise considering how much there is to do during the two week-long event. Petting zoos, science exhibits, and music performances are just a few activities that await guests beyond the entrance gates. Besides, now that they’re back, where else can you go to satisfy your deep fried Twinkie cravings? The Ohio State Fair is going on now, so stop by and check it out before it ends on August 4!

Columbus Wine Festival, Presented By Giant Eagle – August 9, 10

If recent studies have taught event coordinators anything, it is that if there is wine, the people will come. Drinking over an astonishing 3.7 billion bottles of wine in the year 2011, the U.S. population continues its reign as the world’s largest consumers of wine.  Clearly, the people behind the Columbus Wine Festival have been paying attention because the event, to be held at Franklin Park Conservatory, is expected to be one of the most attended functions of the year.

Festival Latino – August 10,11

Held at Genoa Park, Festival Latino takes place on the west bank of the Scioto River in downtown Columbus. Originally starting out as a five-hour event in 1996, Festival Latino has evolved into the largest Latin American event in Ohio. Thousands flock to the festival to experience Latin American culture through food, art, and music.

2013 Columbus Food Truck Festival – August 16, 17

Recent years have seen Columbus emerge as a food truck hub of sorts. Demand for the mobile eateries has proven to be so strong that this particular line of business is considered a formidable competitor to sit-down restaurants. That demand has led to the 2013 Columbus Food Truck Festival. Taking place at the Columbus Commons, attendees can expect to be treated to live music as they peruse through more than 40 food and beverage trucks. They say variety is the spice of life, so you can’t go wrong here if you’re looking to treat your taste buds to something new!

Farmers’ Festival – August 17

August 17 marks the 22nd anniversary of the North Market’s Farmers’ Festival. Using the peak growing season as a means to draw attention to locally-grown produce, the Farmer’s Festival serves as a shining example of the North Market’s efforts to support and drive local business. Live music, cooking demonstrations, and children’s activities make this outing fun for the entire family!

So there you have it! Which festivals are you looking forward to this summer? Are there any events that you feel should have made the cut? Let us know in the ‘comments’ section below!