August 19, 2017

Y-Talk Radio Debuts on December 19

Y-Talk Radio Debuts on December 19
Thursday December 13, 6:02 am ET

Bea Fields and Roger DeWitt Announce the Premiere of Y-Talk Radio on Blog Talk Radio

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Bea Fields joins Roger DeWitt to announce the debut of Y-Talk Radio (http://millennialleaders.com/ytalkradio.html). Fields and DeWitt will co-host the show dedicated to watching Gen-Y succeed. Y-Talk Radio will be dedicated to presenting interviews, stories, and information designed to help Generation Y – born between 1977-2000 – gain access to the information they need to achieve personal success in college, career and in the business world. In affiliation with Blog Talk Radio, the station will be broadcast live and will be available via RSS feed to over 500 + blogs. The first show is set to premiere on December 19, 2007.The first show, scheduled for December 19 at 6:30 p.m. ET, features an interview with Duke University sophomore Ann Fields on how to get into the Blue Devil School. This first show is a must-listen for any student, parent or educator wondering about admissions to Duke. Listeners will be on their way to the front of the line at one of the USA’s most competitive and prestigious schools.

Bea Fields is an executive leadership consultant and the President of Bea Fields Companies, Inc. and is a co-author of Millennial Leaders (http://MillennialLeaders.com), a brand new book presenting the most impressive success stories from among Gen-Y. The book is available through both Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com. Roger DeWitt is a business consultant and the CEO of Coaching NYC, Inc. as well as a working actor. His television acting credits include Law and Order and Rescue Me. He’s also appeared live in productions of the Phantom of the Opera, Jekyll and Hyde, Ragtime, and the Woman in White.

Natural entrepreneurs with adventurous spirits, members of Generation Y are just now making an impact in business and in the culture at large. In addition, as the first group to grow up immersed in media culture, they have a distinctive way of ordering their lives. The programs will show Generation-Y members how to use these qualities to propel them to ever-greater success.

For more details about the Y-Talk Radio visit http://millennialleaders.com/ytalkradio.html.

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