Olderhood Radio goes online with The Royal Gazette
The Olderhood Group is taking its popular radio show online in partnership with The Royal Gazette.
After two successful years on the airwaves, the Olderhood team is bringing its lifestyle and financial content to the world wide web.
The first ten-minute segment, posted on The Royal Gazette website today, is entitled Can I Retire Yet?
The Olderhood team includes Bill Storie, Robin Trimingham and Martha Harris Myron — each of whom writes a column for The Royal Gazette — as well as Amoti Nyabongo and other subject matter experts.
They will offer tips and advice on a range of issues including financial and retirement matters, lifestyle and women’s issues.
New Olderhood Radio content will be posted twice weekly, on Tuesdays and Fridays.
The Olderhood Group has about 100,000 followers in 100 countries on its own social media platforms and shares its content with network partners worldwide.
Mr Storie, Olderhood CEO, said: “Olderhood is delighted to be working in partnership with The Royal Gazette, who will upload the information segments each week. All segments will be made available globally through our various social media and network platforms.”
Look out for the twice-weekly segment under the heading of “Opinion” on The Royal Gazette website. The first ten-minute segment can be listened to at http://www.royalgazette.com/section/rgpodcast
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