New Studio For Satellite Sisters
April 21, 2008 at 10:59 AM (PT)
The SATELLITE SISTERS show has a new production home, moving to the PALEY CENTER FOR MEDIA (the former MUSEUM OF TELEVISION AND RADIO) in BEVERLY HILLS, as the show celebrates eight years in production. The show, which left ABC RADIO NETWORKS in JANUARY, is being distributed as a three-times-per-week podcast, with plans to expand to daily later in the year. The podcasts are sponsored by VTECH and OREGON CHAI.
"“Women want talk shows that entertain and inform. We are committed to producing and distributing them. SATELLITE SISTERS has been a hit online since the moment we made it available," said SATELLITE SISTER LIZ DOLAN, the former head of Global Marketing at NIKE. "We’ve been hearing from new female listeners who have found us at iTunes, most of whom would never have found us on AM Radio. They would not have looked there. Online distribution allows us to reach our target audience very effectively and to give them what they really want: SATELLITE-SISTERS-TO-GO -– news, talk and laughs they can take with them through their day."