From our blog and website, to the weekly radio show to Facebook and Twitter, Ageless Media Network connects with the 50 plus and forward thinking consumer when, where and how they prefer both on-air and online
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) May 10, 2012
Ageless Media Network (http://www.agelessmedianetwork.com), the voice of the 50 plus and forward thinking consumer both on-air and online, announced today the new cities in which the radio program will air and a new face for Ageless Media Network's website and blog.
Ageless Media Network includes Ageless Radio and Ageless Web which includes online and social media sites. The network focuses on providing compelling information and access to people related to the 50 plus reader including health, fitness, technology, fun, relationships and resources important to the 50 plus consumer.
Ageless Radio can now be heard in numerous markets in the Southeast, including approximately thirty cities, surrounding the following metropolitan areas: Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia, Tallahassee, Port Charlotte/Ft Myers and Miami, Florida, with plans to expand to other cities throughout the US. The show is also available via streaming, during show times, and by podcasts, at all times.
"We see Ageless Media Network as the voice of and for the 50 plus and forward thinking consumer,” says Audrey Biloon, host of Ageless Radio. “Fifty plus consumers know the value of having the best resources and information readily available, on the topics most important to our age group. With the help of our great sponsors, including Generation America, we've been able to expand into new markets. In addition, we've developed a new website and blog to create an exciting and informative online community for today’s 50 plus audience”.
Ageless Radio and Ageless Web aim to provide the 50 plus listener with engaging guests each week, as well an opportunity for radio listeners and website visitors to engage with the guests. Recent Ageless Radio guests include Gayle Sulik about Pink Ribbon Scams (http://pinkribbonblues.com) and Elizabeth Amini, CEO of Anti-Aging Games, on Keeping Your Mind Sharp (http://anti-aginggames.com).
Today boomers represent 25 percent of the U.S. population and are increasingly more tech savvy. According to the National Academy on an Aging Society, 42 percent of seniors today are online. In addition, according to Pew Internet research report, 65 percent of all online adults use social networking sites and 32 percent of that number is comprised of baby boomers.
“Online and social media is an integral part of today’s 50 plus consumer. From catching up with kids and grandkids on Facebook to using their smartphones for both work and pleasure, today’s 50 plus consumer is more and more connected,” said Sharon Cuppett, managing editor of Ageless Web. “From our blog and website, to the weekly radio show to Facebook and Twitter, Ageless Media Network connects with the 50 plus and forward thinking consumer when, where and how they prefer both on-air and online.”
About Ageless Media Network (http://www.agelessmedianetwork.com)
Ageless Media Network is the voice of the 50+ and forward thinking consumer both on-air and online. From the 50 plus baby boomer still in the trenches raising teens and caring for older parents to senior retirees who are actively living their retirement dream, Ageless Media Network provides information and resources relevant to today’s 50 plus consumers. Ageless Media Network includes Ageless Radio and Ageless Web including online and social media sites focused on the subjects and people related to the 50 plus reader including health, fitness, technology, fun and relationships.