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Walking the walk: Philadelphia radio host Susan Rocco amps up the volume

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A new station and new time for "Women to Watch" host Susan Rocco is good news for the vast number of women seeking inspiration and insights to navigate the challenges of "making it" in the world of …

A new station and new time for "Women to Watch" host Susan Rocco is good news for the vast number of women seeking inspiration and insights to navigate the challenges of "making it" in the world of business and leadership.

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  • 1.            FOR  IMMEDIATE  RELEASE MAKING  AIRWAVES:   "Women  to  Watch"  host  Susan  Rocco  moves  to  WWDB  TALK  860   PHILADELPHIA  —  July  10,  2013  —  Few  things  make  a  woman  feel  more  independent  than   taking  charge  of  her  career  path  and  exceeding  expectations—an  accomplishment  radio   personality  Susan  Rocco  has  made  look  easy.  Just  a  few  weeks  prior  to  Independence  Day,   Susan  completed  negotiations  with  WWDB  TALK  860  to  bring  her  show,  "Women  to  Watch,"   over  from  WFYL  1180  and  swap  her  Saturdays  at  3PM  time  for  a  more  popular  time  slot  of  2PM   on  Mondays.    And  now  that  everyone  is  finished  celebrating  America's  freedom,  Susan  is  ready   to  rejoice  in  her  newfound  ability  to  take  her  show  to  a  larger,  more  diverse  audience  with   Philadelphia’s  original  talk  station,  WWDB.   Since  starting  the  show  in  2012,  Susan  has  consistently  connected  listeners  to  notable  women   in  business,  education,  motivational  coaching  and  leadership.  This  list  includes  Clare  Munn,   CEO  and  Founder  of  The  Communication  Group;  Nell  Merlino,  President  of  Count  Me  In,  and   Founder  of  Take  our  Daughters  and  Sons  to  Work  Day;  Natalie  Mashaal,  former  “Oprah”   producer  and  current  CEO  of  Mashaal  Media  Corporation,  and  later  this  month,  designer   Norma  Kamali.     These  renowned  guests’  participation  is  a  testament  to  the  show’s  overall  quality  and  concept,   and  support  Susan’s  mission  to  spotlight  both  high  profile  women  and  those  just  starting  out   equally.  Rather  than  feeling  intimidated  or  inadequate,  she  hopes  listeners  will  become   inspired.         Coming  up  next,  Susan  will  talk  with  Mary  Fran  Bontempo,  author  of  “Not  Ready  For  Granny   Panties”—The  11  Commandments  for  Avoiding  Granny  Panties;  Amy  Elizabeth  Heller,  Founder   and  President  of  WGIRLS  INC.;  and  small  business  tax  advisor  Christine  Trumbull.   Says  WWDB  General  Manager  and  Host  Barry  Reisman,  “We  are  delighted  to  welcome  Susan   and  the  show  to  the  station.    “Women  to  Watch”  is  compelling,  entertaining  and  has  all  the   elements  for  success.  Susan’s  vibrant  personality,  strong  interview  skills  and  fascinating  roster   of  guests  will  be  a  great  asset  to  WWDB.”   About  Susan  Rocco:  A  life-­‐long  resident  of  the  Philadelphia  area,  with  a  communications  degree   from  Villanova  University,  Susan  has  worked  in  public  relations,  sales,  marketing,  and  advertising.   Each  experience  offered  valuable  lessons  that  eventually  led  to  her  on-­‐air  pursuit  of  connecting   women  from  diverse  backgrounds  and  professions,  and  inspiring  others  through  their  stories  which   include  successes,  challenges,  doubts  and  failures.  By  providing  a  platform  where  women  feel   comfortable  and  moved  to  open  up,  Susan  continually  challenges  the  listeners  to  examine  their   own  value  and  purpose.  For  more  information  visit  WWDB  online  and  connect  with  Susan  on   Facebook.     MEDIA  CONTACTS:  Dawn  Warden-­‐Reeder  /  dawn@wardenettingergroup.com   Kimberly  Ettinger  /  kim@wardenettingergroup.com   ###  

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