You'll never run out of places to talk about books. There are cafés, libraries, bookstores, and you can even chat about it on the radio. As an author, you can use the airwaves not only to talk about what you love, but it's where you can promote your book to interested listeners as well.
With our Radio Book Talk service, you’ll be able to introduce your book with Kate Delaney, an Emmy award-winning broadcaster. You’ll also tap into WebTalkRadio’s avid listeners with another interview through Books on Air and an audio news release through Newsgram. Radio Book Talk is highly recommended for literary novels, nonfiction books like self-help, memoirs, and business books.
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More About Kate Delaney, America Tonight, and WebTalkRadio
Kate Delaney is an award-winning and respected national presenter. She has been in the radio and television industry for 20 years and has interviewed over 16,000 people. She garnered a Television Emmy for her special report on the AIDS epidemic in New Mexico, and as well as several Golden Mics for a series on immigration.
America Tonight with Kate Delaney airs Monday through Saturday and reaches around 2.9 million listeners. America Tonight broadcasts almost everywhere—from Ecuador, to Hawaii, and even Washington D.C.
WebTalkRadio is run by established radio and podcasting professionals, and has produced award-winning radio shows. Currently, it has also created content for terrestrial radio, and YouTube. Books on Air and Newsgram are just some of the programs run by WebTalkRadio.
Books on Air
Books on Air is a platform where authors can share their creative process with readers everywhere. This show is hosted by Suzzane Harris. She’s an experienced media personality and an avid reader.
Newsgram showcases the various trends and products—including books. It aims to help its listeners keep up with the latest goings-on. This show is hosted by Sam Youmans, a seasoned newsroom personality.
Note: Featured books will still be subject for approval.