Women on the Verge to Host BlogTalkRadio Show

May 9, 2010 – Women on the Verge (WOTV), the online free community for women’s voices, is slated to host an online radio show on BlogTalkRadio. The live show, “Women on the Verge,” will air from 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. every Wednesday morning (Arizona time in the US) and will begin airing on May 19th. Women on the Verge, founder, Ana Lewis, will host the show which will feature members from the WOTV community, themes and will talk about global conditions that affect women, like women in non-traditional jobs, motherhood and women who care. You will be inspired and enjoy the supportive, community atmosphere heralded by this very young online organization. The show may be heard at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/womenontheverge

About Women on the Verge
Less than a year old, Women on the Verge is a new, fresh, growing, free, global community of women’s voices. We currently support more than 5800 followers and members from every continent in the world, except Antarctica. Our members range in ages, beliefs, languages and even gender. Each day our members communicate via the website’s blogs,Twitter, Facebook and now we will also be able to let our voices be heard via the BlogTalkRadio Show. Men are always welcome.

Visit the website: http://womenontheverge.net , follow us on Twitter @womenontheverge and Facebook.

About BlogTalkRadio

Launched in August 2006, BlogTalkRadio (www.blogtalkradio.com) is a free, Internet-based radio network that allows any user with a phone and computer to host a live, interactive radio show – no downloads or extra equipment needed. Each show can accommodate an unlimited number of live listeners. Upon completion of each broadcast, it is automatically archived “on demand” as a podcast. Since BTR’s launch, thousands of hosts have broadcast more than 100,000 episodes of its 3,000+ shows. Notable guests have included Brad Pitt, Robert Duval, Yoko Ono, Barack Obama, John McCain, Oliver Stone, Dennis Miller and Evander Holyfield.

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