Atlanta News And Talk Launches Hometown Foodie Radio

September 18, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Atlanta, GA - Today Troy Warren, Executive Producer of Infotainment Radio announced it will begin to air Hometown Foodie Radio on Atlanta News And Talk for listeners in the Atlanta Metro Area.

Listeners will hear from Ellen Britt, Sunita Pandit and Troy Warren as they talk about cooking and preparing food recipes from all different cuisines.

In addition, listeners be introduced to Foodie guests all across America. Go here to find out more: https://atlantanewsandtalk.com/single/51-hometown-foodie-radio-going-on-air.

Warren said, “We’re excited about Hometown Foodie Radio especially because people are more focused on cooking at home since the pandemic has hit. The show will introduce new recipes that are healthy too.”

Atlanta News And Talk is a comprehensive site consisting of daily Hometown LOCAL News, PR News, Events, Hometown Foodie and deals for consumers in the Atlanta Metro area.

The official hashtag for Atlanta News And Talk is #atlanta-ga.

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For more information about Infotainment Talk Radio, contact the company here:

Infotainment Talk Radio
Troy Warren
(800) 845-TROY (8769)
greatservice@infotainmentradio.com
28202 Cabot Road, STE 300
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677

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