OLD Media Moves

Motley Fool launches new radio show

January 29, 2010

The Motley Fool has launched a new one-hour weekly radio show called “Motley Fool Money” that it’s syndicating to commercial stations across the country.

The show started on a few stations last weekend with a few more — including KTLK in Los Angeles — jumping on board this weekend.  Other markets include Washington, DC, Portland and Hartford. There’s a link to the audio of the show here.

The show is hosted by Chris Hill and features Motley Fool analysts James Early, Seth Jayson and Shannon Zimmerman. Each show includes a roundtable discussion of the week’s top investing stories, interviews with business leaders and authors, and specific stock ideas.

In an e-mail, Hill said, “If you’re interested you can subscribe to the show on iTunes, but hopefully we’ll land a station in your neck of the woods soon.  And by all means, if you happen to be best friends with anyone who runs a talk radio station, have them give me a call! We’re looking to be on as many stations as possible.”

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