April 19, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Introducing The Well Informed Traveler a brand-new podcast hosted by Chef
featuring travel, food, drink, and fashion with expert guests will launch this
Friday, April 19, 2013
. The podcast show, which is a form of audio broadcasting on the Internet, keeps listeners engaged, informed, and entertained with an interactive 30-minute format.
The podcast team is rounded out by Executive Producer,
; Guest Relations and Associate Producer,
; Social Media, Promotions and Associate Producer,
T.R. (Tina) Threston
, and Associate Producer,
. The assembled talent of The Well Informed Traveler will certainly prove to be asset as the show launches tonight.
Associate Producer Sofia Braganza said she "is extremely proud of the podcast team, and, what they've been able to achieve in just a few short weeks of coming together." Braganza also stated that the podcast team functions like a "well-oiled machine" making everyone's jobs that much easier.
The premier show on
April 19, 2013
, features guests
who will be discussing her new book "
My Greek Island Home
" which offers readers stunning photographs along with Claire's story about buying a house and moving to a small Greek village. Other guests on this week's show include
who will be sharing travel tips about
as an ex-pat living in the "City of Light", and, promoting his book "
par Hasard". The show will also include celebrity fashion designer
Judy B. Swartz
who is best known as the Queen of Tween.
For more information about The Well Informed Traveler please visit:
and to listen to the show, be sure to log onto
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thewellinformedtraveler/2013/04/19/the-w ... d-traveler
or you can call in and interact with our guests live on the air by calling (619) 924-9720 at
The Well Informed Traveler (TM) is a podcast talk show that focuses on the topics of travel, food and drink, and, fashion. For further information, please contact us at 646.481.3107 or visit our website at:
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