Embrace partnered with WOCA The Source 96.3 FM/1370 AM for a 30-minute quarterly radio talk show program as an extension of our quarterly magazine content coverage. Produced similar to CBS “60 Minutes”televised news show, Embrace On-Air has three guests per 30-minute broadcast speaking on three topics that appeared in the quarterly issue. Whereas “60 Minutes” is done in three 20-minute segments, Embrace On-Air is done in three 10-minute segments.
Embrace On-Air podcast: "Updates with the Artists." LGBTQ+ artists featured in the Arts Issue July 2022 share more insights on the coverage within the issue, as well as updates on those stories and other projects, plus participate in a group discussion on LGBTQ+ hot topics that affect everyone in the LGBTQ+ community.
Here is the video podcast of the broadcast of Embrace On-Air on WOCA The Source 1370 AM/96.3 FM done earlier today. My thanks to my guests: Richard Ayoub, executive director of Project Angel Food in Los Angeles, CA and Dr. Requel Lopes, executive director of the World AIDS Museum & Educational Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. We talked about their advocacy work within their organizations revisiting information featured in Embrace Magazine Advocacy Issue as well as new updates.
Topic: the success of Embrace Magazine in its rookie year and the potential impact the LGBTQ+ magazine has on the publishing industry and the LGBTQ+ community. Guests: Gregg Brekke, executive director of Associated Church Press, Jamie Ezra Mark, board member and former president of the Florida Magazine Association, and Anne Geggis, president of the Florida Press Club.
An overview of Embrace Magazine's historic, game-changer awards won during the magazine's inaugural year, with the Florida Magazine Association, Florida Press Club, and Associated Church Press. A discussion with industry leaders on the impact the LGBTQ+ magazine has on the community.
An overview of some of the feature stories from the Business Issue and any updates. Also, important business concerns for the LGBTQ community in 2022 and what could be done to strengthen support of LGBTQ-owned businesses.
Guests include: Paula Smith, president of Ocala Pride Inc., call in guest Chuck Higgins, president of Citrus Pride, Danielle Olivani, president of Lake County Pride, and call in guest, Robin Dillard, publisher of BEQ Pride Magazine in NYC.