San Francisco, CA, February 05, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Teresa Rodriguez Williamson, author of FLY SOLO: The 50 Best Places on Earth for a Girl to Travel Alone (Penguin 2007) and founder of TangoDiva, a social network for women travelers, and newest radio host to join KTRB AM 860. Her weekly segment “Tango Diva Travels” focuses upon great destinations, spas, shopping, dining, entertainment “Best of” lists, new chic hotels, great weekend getaways and most importantly insiders’ tips. Her book has been compared to the Zaget Guide of travel with a flair for women. Men are allowed to read it too!
Teresa produced daily segments for her show at NATPE (National Association of Television Producers) in Las Vegas, January 28-31. Teresa interviewed famous celebrities, producers and tourists about their favorite places in the world to travel, secret hide-a-ways, favorite hotels and restaurants and locale home town favorites, while in Las Vegas.
See Blog onsite; www.TangoDiva.com Teresa recently assigned her agent, marketing and public relations representation to M&A Media Group an investment banking and media relations firm domiciled in Seattle, San Francisco, New York cites. Successful conversations with Imagina USA place her in an upcoming bi-lingual TV series established at NATPE.
“We are very excited that Teresa is joining our line-up. Her energy and passion for travel are refreshing and I know that our listeners will love her,” says Jim P. Pappas, Vice President & General Manager of KTRB-AM 860. Her weekly segments start airing on February 4th.
Teresa Rodriguez Williamson as evolved as a “celebrity author” this year through her best selling (amazon.com) book FLY SOLO: The 50 Best Places on Earth for a Girl to Travel Alone, Teresa has made appearances this year on Regis and Kelly, FOX News, NBC Weekend Today, CBS, ABC, Bay Area Backroads, ABC Sydney, to name a few. Her travel advice and articles have been published in over a thousand media outlets including: New York Times, CNN.com, USA Today, Allure, Elle, Jane, Washington Post, Marie Claire, San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News and Wall Street Journal. Her book FLY SOLO is available in four countries and will be available in Korea and Romania 2008.
About KTRB-AM 860 50,000 Watts: AM 860 KTRB is one of the oldest radio stations on the West Coast. KTRB is bringing more voices and choices to the San Francisco – Oakland – San Jose talk radio audience with a line-up of hosts who bring a fresh and independent perspective to current affairs, including Glenn Beck, Neal Boortz, and Jerry Doyle, plus the hard-hitting commentary of Laura Ingraham and the satirical comedy of Phil Hendrie.
KTRB-AM 860 is owned and operated by Pappas Radio of California, an affiliated company of Pappas Telecasting Companies. The station has been owned and operated by various Pappas family owned or controlled entities since 1973.
Teresa is represented by: Carole Kealy of M&A Media Group, www.mamediagroup.com