Los Angeles, CA- “Danielle Lin- All About Life” nationally syndicated radio talk show, launches in Los Angeles at a time when the word “organic’ means more than it ever has.
Ms. Lin has acquired KLAC Radio to add to her existing 33 market syndicate, as well as reaching worldwide via the web. This acquisition represents a significant expansion for the award-winning talk show. The 2 hour interview-style program airs on Saturdays on KLAC- 570 AM, a talk format station. The popular KFI Radio is KLAC’s sister station in the L.A. area. KLAC is part of the Clear Channel Broadcast System, the largest syndicated radio network family of stations in the world.
For the premier of the show, Lin drew from the issues and politics surrounding the National Organic Standards which goes into effect this week. Her guests were Mel Coleman Jr., Executive in export sales at Colman Natural Meats; Mark Retzloff, co-founder of Horizon Organic Dairy and CEO and Chairman of Rudi’s Organic Bakery; Bob Scowcroft, Executive director of Organic Farm Research Foundation; and Dan Puzo, spokesperson for the USDA. The discussion centered on the National Organic Standards: what “organic” means; why “organic” is a political statement; and the relationship of the new law to agriculture, business and the U.S. economy.
Ms. Lin pioneered health talk radio in the natural products industry in 1983. Her Utah-based talk program focuses on educating, informing, while entertaining consumers. Pertinent, timely, and controversial issues surrounding the politics of health and one’s quality of life are Lin’s objectives. “All About Life” is sponsored by the leading internationally recognized nutritional and health companies in the world.
Ms. Lin was named as one of the “100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America” by TALKERS MAGAZINE, March 2002. This prestigious list is released once a year by this radio industry trade publication which is distributed to all radio stations and their program directors.
Ms. Lin will continue to broaden the scope of her broadcasts with plans to air from Ireland, Israel, and England in 2003.