Westport, CT, April 03, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Launched just this past Valentine's Day, the "Conversation Crossroad" radio program on Internet-based Blog Talk Radio has already attracted notable interview guests with many more lined up in the wings. "Our goal has been to provide our listeners with a broad range of entertaining and informative shows," comments co-host Garrison Leykam. "I'm delighted we're delivering right out of the gate."
The show's first few weeks of guests have included "Big In China" author, noted journalist and blues musician Alan Paul, Discovery Channel's "Out Of Egypt" host and Egyptologist Kara Cooney, The New York Aviators pro hockey team coach and players, award-winning guitarist Muriel Anderson and best-seller "Flash Foresight" author Daniel Burrus. "We've also added the 'INDIEvening' segment to Conversation Crossroad to spotlight outstanding indie artists," notes music business veteran Garrison, "which we are hosting Monday evenings." Among the first artists to be profiled on INDIEvening were classical crossover artist, composer and conductor Stella Black and singer-songwriter, producer, performer and musician Cat McLean.
Launched in 2006, Blog Talk Radio hosts and preserves millions of conversations and brings together like-minded individuals into diverse online communities. For leading brands such as PepsiCo, Wal-Mart and Ford Motor Company, Blog Talk Radio's proprietary technology and broad network of loyal listeners delivers a breakthrough solution for social media and conversational marketing.
Prior to the "Conversation Crossroad" radio program, White and Leykam shared producer roles in television (the DINERS TV show on Connecticut Public Television) and in music (The Garrison Project CD). White was an attorney for 30 years and is a published poet, freelance writer, lecturer and Adjunct Professor. Leykam was a producer for London Records, Inc. and has appeared as a performer at The Bluebird Cafe, Toad's Place, CBGB's, DownTime and other venues. Most recently they co-hosted a news-talk AM radio program on 1400 WSTC/1350 WNLK.
Conversation Crossroad can be listened to weeknights at 7pm EST on Blog Talk Radio.