Once upon a time, I hosted a radio show.
It was called “Town Talk” and it was on the air every day from 6 am to 9 am, which meant that on the days I hosted the show (Wed and Fri, I think) I had to be at the studio in Rockland at 5 am. I’m not a big fan of getting up with the sun, so this was a big sacrifice, but I did it because radio is such fun. And no one can see you so you can pretty much roll out of bed and head to the station.
Yesterday I had the opportunity to be a guest on a weekly radio show called BACK TO BUSINESS, with my friends and fellow green-advocates Vicki Worden and Sally Russillo. Deb Neuman, an energetic Jill-of-all-trades is the host of the show, and it airs Sundays at two pm. (For a list of stations carrying the show, click here.)
The topic was making your office more green and environmentally friendly, and in my segment I spoke about how we are greening our spaces at Camden Real Estate, as well as what I see as green trends in residential and commercial real estate. I said this on the show and I firmly believe this: if you have to do any upgrades to your residential or commercial properties, please do them with environmentally friendly green features in mind. This is more than a trend. It’s not like granite countertops that are going to be passe (for some reason I can’t get an accent aigu in there, sorry…) in a year or two. For lots and lots of reasons, green is here to stay.
Taping the show was fun and I hope you get a chance to listen on Sunday or check out the stations that stream it. Sally and Vicki Worden both gave some great info, and the segment is a nice mix of take-away tips.
Our array of media is expanding all the time. Isn’t it interesting that after a century, radio is still so important?