NAR launches real estate radio talk show for consumers

WASHINGTON: The National Association of Realtors (NAR) launched a weekly radio talk show called "Real Estate Today" to educate consumers, age 25 to 54 years old, about buying, selling, and owning a home. Burson-Marsteller, AOR for the Washington-based organization, is providing support. To raise awareness about the show, media outreach is targeting real estate publications, shelter magazines, and DIY media outlets. A supporting Web site, www.retradio.com, which provides live streaming audio of the show and podcasts, also went live. "It's a time when the public is clamoring for accurate, actionable information on real estate," said Karen Doyne, MD of Burson's Washington office and the account lead for NAR.

WASHINGTON: The National Association of Realtors (NAR) launched a weekly radio talk show called "Real Estate Today" to educate consumers, age 25 to 54 years old, about buying, selling, and owning a home. Burson-Marsteller, AOR for the Washington-based organization, is providing support. To raise awareness about the show, media outreach is targeting real estate publications, shelter magazines, and DIY media outlets. A supporting Web site, www.retradio.com, which provides live streaming audio of the show and podcasts, also went live. "It's a time when the public is clamoring for accurate, actionable information on real estate," said Karen Doyne, MD of Burson's Washington office and the account lead for NAR.

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