Local publisher builds upon 31- year-old newspaper with new radio show.
TAMPA, FL (Feb. 15, 2011) – Senior Voice of Florida, a monthly publication for active adults age 55 and up, announced today the launch of a new weekly radio show on 1250 AM WHNZ which will debut this Thursday March 3 from 11am-12pm.
The changes resulted in a name change and the creation of Senior Voice America.
According to Senior Voice Publisher Todd Goldman, who will host Senior Voice America under stage name Evan Gold, “Our newspaper has always been informative to the reader and beneficial to the advertiser, and we expect our radio show will strengthen our effectiveness in both of these areas.”
With 10,000 Baby Boomers nationwide reaching age 65 every day this year, and 200,000 of those birthdays occurring for Floridians, Goldman believes there is a strong market for traditional media targeted at Baby Boomers and their aging parents.
“We are confident that the new partnership with 1250 AM WHNZ is the perfect way to deliver information to more of our target audience,” Goldman said, “particularly based on the demographics of the station’s listeners.”
With over 20 years of experience in the magazine publishing business and tradeshow management business, Goldman began his career with Fancy Publications in New York City and then opened The Goldman Group in 1990.
Strategically focused on the association industry, Goldman has worked with The Academy of General Dentistry, The American Library Association, The National Association of Health Underwriters, The American Academy of Periodontology and the United States Tennis Association.
Goldman’s most successful publication to date is Tennis Life Magazine, which is now the world’s largest tennis magazine brand with licensees in the Commonwealth of Independent States, Mexico and Africa. Currently, he publishes Senior Voice of Florida, Tennis Life Magazine and Multicultural Review.
Goldman grew up in Miami, is a graduate of the University of Miami in Political Science, and has lived in the Bay Area with his wife and four children for the past 18 years.
For more information on Senior Voice America, call 813-949-0006, visit www.seniorvoiceamerica.com.
About Senior Voice America
Senior Voice America unites seniors age 55+ with resources and activities in their communities. Since 1980, Senior Voice of Florida, a monthly publication, has been distributed throughout Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties. In February, 2011, the company expanded into radio and now, in addition to printing a monthly newspaper, Senior Voice America is connecting with seniors on a weekly basis on 1250 AM WHNZ. The company is based in Tampa, Fla.