TalkZone InternetTalk Radio Adds "The Bob Woodson Show"

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TalkZone Internet Talk Radio announces the addition of THE BOB WOODSON SHOW -- WHAT WORKS AND WHY? with Robert L. Woodson, Sr. to its lineup of quality online talk programs. The weekly one hour show will debut Tuesday, October 27, 2009 from 1pm to 2pm Eastern Time on TalkZone.com. THE BOB WOODSON SHOW will present insights and solutions to some of America's most troubling societal problems, through discussion, outspoken guests, and listener calls.

THE BOB WOODSON SHOW -- WHAT WORKS AND WHY? will air live Tuesdays from 1pm - 2pm ET on TalkZone.com beginning Tuesday October 27. Past shows will be available 24/7 on-demand and as podcasts and free downloads.

For more than four decades, Robert L. Woodson, Sr., has promoted the principles of self-help and neighborhood empowerment and the importance of the institutions of civil society. A former civil rights activist, Woodson has dedicated his life to helping low-income people of all races address the problems of their communities, and he has effectively opposed those who use the issue of race as a weapon or a shield. In 1981 he founded the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, which has provided training and capacity-strengthening technical assistance to more than 2600 leaders of community-based groups in 39 states.

Chris J. Witting, CEO of TalkZone.com, said: "This exciting new show will bring to light many new ideas, as it challenges conventional wisdom. We believe it will become a must-listen program for Internet listeners across the nation and worldwide."    

TalkZone.com is part of Syndication Networks Corporation (SNC), the Chicago-based media syndicator. TalkZone Internet Talk Radio features quality talk shows in all genres, from sports to information, entertainment to business, general talk, and more. The site streams talk shows 24/7 and is completely free to listeners.

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