Business Talk Radio Network

Business Talk Radio Network
Type Radio network
Country United States
Availability Nationwide
Official website
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Business Talk Radio Network is a minor radio network in the United States. Its programming consists of talk shows with a focus on business. It owns a few radio stations around the country, including WGCH/1490: Greenwich, Connecticut. It sold off WXBR/1460: Brockton, Massachusetts in 2012. It has a sister network, the Lifestyle Talk Radio Network, with which it shares a great deal of programming.

BTRN shows

Weekday programming

  • Real Estate Real Investors Radio Show
  • Boomer's Braintrust
  • Computer America
  • Doug Stephan's Good Day
  • Investor's Edge
  • The Big Biz Show
  • The Frankie Boyer Show
  • Phil's Gang
  • The Kristen Hagopian Show - Living a Luxurious Life, for Less!
  • The Real Estate Investor Radio Show
  • Home Talk USA (radio) with "the Cajun Contractor" Michael King (radio host)

Weekend programming

  • America's Dining & Travel
  • Animals Today
  • Scuba Radio
  • Travel with Stephanie Abrams
  • Garden Life
  • The Dougherty Report
  • Steve Dale's Pet World
  • The CEO Show
  • Business Talk With Jim Campbell

External links

  • Official Website
  • About Metter & Spongetech
  • NY Daily News Article from May 5, 2010 (retrieved October 9, 2012)
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