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March 8, 2024

Celebrate Women's History Month with Audacy

Audacy is replaying women’s contributions from the past, honoring industry changemakers in the present and pressing play on content that educates, entertains, uplifts and inspires all in favor of an equal world. 

Here’s a selection of podcasts, Exclusive stations and news content to kickstart your celebration this Women’s History Month:

Exclusive Stations

“Leading Ladies with Katie Neal” 

Leading Ladies with Katie Neal” is a salute to the women of Country music. Listeners can tune in to this exclusive station as Audacy gears up for Leading Ladies presented by Olay Body, an upcoming concert to amplify women’s voices on March 20 at Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York, starring Kelsea Ballerini, Meghan Trainor, Elle King, Christina Perri and Rachel Platten.

“She Sings”

She Sings” features women’s voices from all genres of music packed together in one station. Listeners will hear legendary voices, including Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Adele, Celine Dion and Christina Aguilera. 

“Women of the ’90s”
 

Women of the ’90s” strives to serve up both memories and girl power with artists including Alanis Morissette, TLC, Courtney Love, Celine Dion and Janet Jackson.

Podcasts

 “We Can Do Hard Things”

On “We Can Do Hard Things,” Glennon Doyle, her wife Abby Wambach, and sister Amanda Doyle dive into “the hard things”: mental health, divorce, losing people, friendship, breakups, eating disorders, grief, sex, gender, parenting, blended families, bodies, anxiety, addiction, justice, boundaries, fun, quitting, and overwhelm. They explore these issues with humor, grounding it all in the broader social and political context – and offer guidance on how everyone can face their hard things and come out stronger and softer on the other side. The show features guests including Dolly Parton, Alanis Morissette, Laverne Cox, Roxane Gay, Elizabeth Gilbert and Dr. Becky Kennedy.

“Big Little Feelings – After Bedtime”

After Bedtime with Big Little Feelings” is led by real-life best friends and mom duo Kristin Gallant and Deena Margolin LMFT, the preeminent experts in all things toddler and preschool-hood and the trailblazing founders behind the popular online parenting community Big Little Feelings, The show is an inclusive, informative, judgment-free community and resource for parents and caretakers everywhere on which they unpack everything from imperfect marriages to miscarriages, managing toddlers, apologizing to your kids, the pressure to be perfect and everything in between.

“Unruly”

Flamingo Unveils All-New Podcast, Unruly, Hosted by Author and Critic Kimberly Drew

From the award-winning body hair and care brand Flamingo, a brand of Harry’s, Inc., and hosted by author, curator, and critic Kimberly Drew, “Unruly” unpacks the quiet ways women’s bodies are commodified, defined, and regulated by social media, the medical profession, the beauty industry, and more.

“Free Period”

Sasha Spielberg and Alana Haim take a trip back in time to their awkward stages with “Free Period.” They explore embarrassing stories that made them the women they are today. The duo also asks Steven Spielberg, Sam Lerner, Jessica Capshaw, and other famous friends and family guests to share their experiences. 

From Our News Teams

The Daily J”

Evangeline Lodge Land Lindbergh fueled her son, Charles Lindbergh’s success, making him the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean in 1929. On “The Daily J,”  WWJ News Radio 950’s (WJJ-AM) Zach Clark sits down with Kayla Stielow, Site Manager of the Charles Lindbergh House and Museum. Stielow highlights how Evangeline raised her son independently, supported him through tragedy when his infant was found dead in the woods and inspired his love for aviation. Her achievements as a scientist and educator are also discussed,  from graduating from the University of Michigan and Colombia Univeristy to teaching in Istanbul, Turkey and Cass Technical High School in Detroit. 

KCBS All News

Tune in to All News KCBS Radio 106.9 FM/740 AM for a discussion with Holly Martinez, Executive Director of the California Commission of the Status of Women and Girls, about how ending the gender pay gap could cut statewide women’s poverty by 40%.

This content is a part of Audacy’s efforts to create inspiring content, conversations and experiences unique for the listeners we serve. 

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