and MARY ROWLAND
HOST MONEY CENTRAL RADIO
Ginger Applegarth & Mary Rowland host Money Central Radio. Money Central Radio is a dynamic personal finance show dedicated to showing people how to make their money work for them. The show covers topics ranging from investing, financing your child's education, keeping more of your money, buying your first house and credit, to how government affects your life.LISTEN NOW
TO GINGER APPLEGARTH at BroadcastTalk.com.
Money Central Radio is an extension of the Microsoft Internet site that has a team of investment, tax, financial planning, economic and legal experts as regular contributors. Financial planner and author, Ginger Applegarth and author Mary Rowland are the co-hosts. Their combined expertise and on-air experience provides a comfortable platform to examine a variety of topics and provide solid answers for those seeking to improve their financial and economic condition.
Each week, Money Central Radio calls upon experts who are regular contributors to the show. Economist Tom Woodruff talks about how Washington, D.C., and the economy affects your personal pocket book. Investment expert Jim Jubak tells you what you should do with your own portfolio, and Jeff Schnepper will discuss the best ways to minimize your taxes.
Most finance shows which focus on investing, attract older male audiences. The magic of Money Central Radio is that our show addresses the interests of the mainstream audience while targeting younger, affluent listeners. In addition, the co-hosts attract the coveted female listeners.
The Money Central.com Internet site with it's personal finance features and investor and calculator features is visited by over 2 million users every month. The Money Central Radio Show is featured on this site as are the affiliate radio stations. Microsoft will also provide additional public relations and promotion of the show through other media, including promotion of all stations carrying the show. In addition to call-ins, Money Central.com conducts a live chat during the show which will bring the radio show younger, affluent, computer users.