CRN and Utalk Unite for Young Adult Safe Space on Airwaves

CRN and Utalk Unite for Young Adult Safe Space on Airwaves

NextGen listeners will soon have a show of their own on CRN Digital Talk Radio.

Utalk Radio joins the national radio network on Sunday, November 5, at 11:00 p.m. Eastern/8:00 p.m. Pacific. The program will air on CRN 1.

Utalk Radio describes itself as “a safe place for young adults to talk about what’s on their hearts and minds; ask tough questions about real life stuff they’re struggling with, and get some answers.”

Steve Russo, Larissa Lam, and Kati Ann host the weekly program.

Utalk Radio hosts Steve Russo, Larissa Lam, and Kati Ann

Utalk Radio hosts (from left) Kati Ann, Larissa Lam, and Steve Russo

The show includes special features, celebrity interviews, pop culture discussions, and conversations about how people can make a difference in the world.

Utalk Radio plays a very important role in today’s talk radio,” said CRN Digital Talk Radio President and CEO Michael J. Horn. “Steve, Larissa, and Kati provide a great program for younger audiences who have keen interests in current events but whose sensitivities may not necessarily respond to some of the more outspoken, politically-oriented shows.

“NextGen people posses a great potential to become talk radio participants,” Horn added. “They are active and vocal. Utalk Radio skillfully caters to this demographic. CRN is proud and excited to welcome a new generation to talk radio.”

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