DALLAS, Oct. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Staying Young Radio Show, a product of Stay Young Media Group, LLC continues exponential growth in listenership, proving the demand for health information is at an all-time high.
When the hosts of the Staying Young Show, Drs. Gaman and Anderson, along with Health and Wellness Expert Judy Gaman set out to start a radio show six years ago, they had no idea it would ever be anything more than a local show. Over the years, it has grown to a nationwide audience of listeners on traditional radio stations, with KRLD 1080 in Dallas being their Flagship station.
The Wednesday after it airs, the show goes to podcast as Staying Young Show 2.0 where people around the nation, and the world, download at their convenience. "This is a great tool, because listeners are able to replay the show, or share it with a friend. The stations are also able to put the feed on their website, driving even more traffic their way," states host Judy Gaman.
Podcast downloads for just the month of September 2016 reached over one hundred and four thousand. The show is now projected to have well over one million downloads over the next twelve months.
The Staying Young Show is produced and distributed by Salem Radio Network and syndicated through Talk Media Network. Josh Leng, founder of Talk Media Network explains, "Staying Young Radio is a refreshing program that delivers meaningful and impactful information in an entertaining fashion. Never before has going to the doctor's been so much fun! The growth of Staying Young Radio is no surprise, as listening to the show is truly time well spent."
According to the Global Wellness Institute, the global wellness economy is greater than $3.4 trillion, which is over three times greater than the pharmaceutical industry. The exponential growth of the Staying Young Show is a direct reflection of this.
"We enjoy simplifying complex issues. This allows listeners to use the information to their benefit. It doesn't hurt that we make it fun and engaging," says Mark Anderson, MD. "Our guests include leading scientists, celebrities, and authors. We really do have a great time together."
Stay Young Media offers the Staying Young Show once a week, as well as five Stay Young Medical Minutes per week. Most stations air the show on the weekend and the medical minutes during drive time. The podcasts air two shows and five medical minutes per week so that listeners have something each day.
"No topic seems to be off limits. It's an hour of radio that's actually good for your health," says Jim Barto of Salem Radio Network.
To learn more about the Staying Young Show and Stay Young Medical Minutes, visit www.StayYoungAmerica.com
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