Women Like Me Inc.

Women Like Me Inc.

March 07, 2008 09:30 ET

Womanradio.org Will Launch on International Women's Day

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 7, 2008) - Karen Fraser, President of Women Like Me is pleased to announce the birth of an internet radio station for women. Starting at 9 a.m. eastern standard time Saturday March 8th Womanradio.org will offer programming and music about women's realities and perspectives. It will cover issues, interests and successes too often diluted or neglected by traditional media.

Why web radio? It is worldwide and ideally suited for multitasking. It is there when you want it; just type in www.womanradio.org on your computer to listen, learn and laugh while doing several tasks.

Intended for? The station is for women at all ages and stages. Launch Day interviews will feature outstanding achievers such as Dr. Andrea O'Reilly of York University. The Association for Research on Mothering she founded and now directs was a first and now has members in 20 countries.

Equally inspiring is the interview with recent MBA graduate Natalie Chinsam working simultaneously at her first and second careers and volunteering to organize a Literacy Camp for Grade Four students in Jamaica each summer.

Womanradio.org was created by the generosity of many and women and men. Overly busy women made the time to be interviewed between appointments, family illnesses, travel commitments and the ongoing Toronto 2008 snowstorms. Real estate agent Raynu Khaneja of Urbanopolis.ca, global medical transfer specialist Gail Courneyea of Angels of Flight and Personal Chef Tabitha Chapman of Enjoy Not Cooking enthusiastically sponsored a brand new idea.

"Like International Women's Day the internet is global enabling Womanradio to celebrate Women's Day all year", states Karen Fraser, "Perhaps the www should stand for worldwide women or even better it should stand for the world we want.

Visit www.wlmnetwork.com and www.womanradio.org (from Saturday on)

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