TerraTech to launch on VoiceAmerica, BioChannel Audio in Jan 2017

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In Florida, The Digest announced the launch of TerraTech, a weekly one-hour radio program on new technologies, rising companies and personalities in the advanced bioeconomy.

TerraTech will air live each Wednesday at 9am ET on VoiceAmerica Varierty (voiceamerica,com); recorded broadcasts will be available via BioChannel Audio at nuudigest.com and biofuelsdigest.com. The first 13-week series will debut on January 11th, 2017.

The series will be hosted by Digest editor Jim Lane and is produced jointly by the Digest and VoiceAmerica.

Each week, TerraTech will feature three 20 minute newsmaker interviews and profiles on: emerging technologies coming out of research labs; emerging companies as investment and partnership opportunities; and new products in the marketplace that change the way people dress, eat, drink, drive, build, package, protect, maintain, and get well.

About VoiceAmerica

VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network is the leading producer, distributor, and online broadcaster of original live and on demand talk radio programming worldwide. We deliver hundreds of original programs weekly through eight branded channels: VoiceAmerica Variety, VoiceAmerica Empowerment, VoiceAmerica Health & Wellness, VoiceAmerica Business, VoiceAmerica Sports, VoiceAmerica 7th Wave, VoiceAmerica Kids, and VoiceAmerica Women. VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network is a true online broadcast network reaching a rapidly expanding domestic and international audience of millions of listeners every month in more than 140 countries worldwide.

About The Digest

The Digest is the world’s most widely-read bioeconomy daily, reaching 2.25 million readers, vieweres and followers in more than 200 countries. The Digest also produces BioChannel.TV, the ABLC Conference series, BioChannel Audio and NUU, the Digital Voice of the Physical World. NUU covering advanced genetics, nutrition, biomaterials, renewable fuels, green chemicals, advanced agriculture, robotics, microbes and catalysts.