[Cincinnati, May 23, 2003] The
Cincinnati Business Incubator (CBI) is proud to announce that the 1st
season of the CBI Radio Show will air on Sundays from 1 – 2:00pm EST,
starting May 25, 2003, via 1230AM
WDBZ (“The Buzz”). The first season of the CBI Radio Show will run
until August 17, 2003.
The CBI Radio Show is an online talk radio show
that features guest interviews with small business advocates each week.
Through this weekly national exposure, CBI demonstrates that it is the
premier location for minorities and women interested in building or growing a
profitable business. For over 13 years, CBI has fulfilled its mission as an
incubator that supports entrepreneurs by providing training, technical
assistance and access to financial markets that enables diverse small
businesses to succeed and prosper. CBI
is committed to delivering excellence to its tenants, affiliates, strategic
partners, and community. CBI currently has tenants, affiliates and graduates in a wide
range of business ventures throughout the region.
Through the technical expertise of Radio-One Cincinnati, the
show will be broadcast live on 1230AM WDBZ as well as over the Internet on
Listeners can ask questions of the guests by calling during the show
or emailing questions to email@example.com
before the weekly show.
president of CBI is the host of the weekly radio show.
CBI volunteers will be involved in all phases of the show including:
Scheduling, Advertising, Audience and Sponsor Relations, Marketing,
Technology, Voice-Over Talent and On-Air Host.
"The CBI Radio Show showcases CBI tenants,
affiliates, graduates, sponsors, strategic partners and members of the
community. CBI programs and services will be highlighted, providing listeners
with relevant business-related information", states Mr. Hicks.
is excited to have this opportunity to produce a weekly 1-hour radio program
on the Internet. Eric
Browne, Chair of the CBI Board of Trustees stated, “We are pleased to
be partnering with a Black-owned radio station in town to teach small
business owners how to make money. The
fact that the program would be broadcast live for 1 hour; and available for
review by visitors to the website, is a wonderful service for the CBI family
as well as the community.”
1230AM WDBZ (“The Buzz”) has
been a very important voice for the African-American community since its
inception. No other advertising media reaches Cincinnati's African American
community as effectively and as powerfully. WDBZ has a far-reaching appeal to
listeners of all ages, races, and genders. It serves listeners who are 25 to
54 year olds in the Tri-state area. "The Buzz" is respected and
valued for much more than being the source of Urban Talk. The community
depends on WDBZ for public affairs, news, and community information that they
can relate to and share.
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