ABC Radio Announces Programs Focused on Females

ABC Radio announced a new slate of content with a focus on female listeners. The new radio shows and podcasts cover everything from entertainment and lifestyle to family and relationships. These programs feature "Good Morning America"'s Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer, Amy Robach and Ginger Zee, ABC Radio's Lynda Lopez, ABC News Chief Women's Health correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton and ABC News Chief Business, Economics and Technology correspondent Rebecca Jarvis.

Radio host Lynda Lopez joins ABC Radio to lead "GMA After Hours" alongside "Good Morning America"'s Lara Spencer, Amy Robach, and Ginger Zee. The show features entertainment news and interviews with Hollywood's hottest celebrities. Lynda, Lara, Amy and Ginger bring what America loves from their favorite morning show to radio, in an original, daily program for music radio formats.

ABC News Chief Women's Health Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton's new weekday show, "Recovery Room with Dr. Jen," will talk about everything from current events to personal relationships. As a practicing Ob-Gyn, credentialed in Nutrition and mom of two teenagers, Dr. Jen has a range of experiences and interests which she is excited to share with her listeners. This two-hour show for music radio will include discussions and advice on health, fashion, nutrition, family and more.

In ABC News Chief Business, Economics and Technology Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis' new podcast she speaks with women in Hollywood, business, tech, fashion, comedy, food, sports, and startups about how they built their empire and found their way to success. Each week guests share the struggles, triumphs, risks, biggest mistakes, worst advice, and highest moments they have experienced along the way.

"ABC Radio's new slate of original programming for women gives radio programmers and advertisers new and unique opportunities to engage female audiences," said ABC Radio Vice President Steve Jones.

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