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iHM/Atlanta, John Hope Bryant to Launch Original Podcast


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iHeartMedia Atlanta has teamed with entrepreneur, philanthropist and financial literacy advocate John Hope Bryant's to launch a new iHeartRadio Original podcast, titled "Building the Good Life with John Hope Bryant." The podcast debuted on December 30 with new episodes released weekly. The first full length episode features pastor, humanitarian, entrepreneur and media mogul Bishop T.D. Jakes.

"This show is all about the magic of aspiration, inspiration, growing and maximizing human potential - delivered through the reach of the largest podcaster in the country. I have been a builder since I began my entrepreneurial journey as a 10-year-old boy in Compton, California, later creating Operation HOPE in response to the Rodney King riots, which evolved into the building of over 40 for-profit and non-profit organizations," said Bryant. "This drive to build began as I listened to stories from those around me growing up in South Central Los Angeles and began to recognize the importance of everyone's story."

"It's thrilling to listen in as John lends his compassion and business savvy expertise to provide a platform where trailblazers and creative minds can share their wins and biggest lessons with seasoned entrepreneurs and those just starting out," added sponsor Prudential Financial Chief Marketing Officer Susan Somersille Johnson. "Prudential Financial is proud to be part of this incredible partnership to help inspire the next generation of leaders."

"We are excited to partner with John Hope Bryant on his new podcast," said iHeartMedia Atlanta Market President Drew Lauter. "We are honored to be part of this journey of building that John has created and we look forward to the amazing content coming from some of the brightest minds in the world."

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