Slow Living Radio, a one-hour weekly lifestyle radio program broadcast on CRN Digital Talk Radio Network, was honored as an inductee into the Taste Hall of Fame at the seventh annual Taste Awards on Feb. 11 in San Francisco.
Hosted by travel industry veteran Stephen Andrews and international award-winning Australian author and chef Sally James, Slow Living Radio is in its sixth broadcast year.
According to Slow Living's hosts, "In this over-connected world, Slow Living Radio inspires listeners to tap the brakes, slow down and get back to living more real and in the moment. Through a broad lens focused on mindful living, the show presents guests and topics covering food, wine, travel, health, home design, greener living and entertainment, all in the context of bringing listeners 'back to real life' to the basics of enjoying each day as an experience."
The show is broadcast live from Napa Valley on Mondays from 7-8 p.m. on the national CRN Affiliate Network at CRNTalk.com.
Taste Hall of Fame inductees are selected based on either having received numerous Taste awards and finalist nominations over the years, or having made a significant impact in the world of taste and broadcast entertainment.
Inductees range from television and movies, to online video, radio, and real world experiences. Their mission is to recognize excellence in video, film, mobile and interactive content focused on food, drink, fashion, design, travel and lifestyle.
This year’s Taste Hall of Fame inductees included radio host Narsai David, chef and television hosts Jamie Oliver, Sara Moulton, Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Martin Yan, TV wine host/actor William Shatner and PBS’ America’s Test Kitchen.
“We are truly humbled by this honor,” said James. “Our mission is to provide a way for our guests to share their passion through their own unique stories, and it is our guests who have helped to mold the show into what it is today. We are grateful to them, to our listeners, to the team at the CRN Network for their continued support, and to the Taste Awards for this wonderful acknowledgement.”
CRN Digital Talk Radio distributes eight channels of talk radio programming to 11 million homes nationally on broadcast radio, cable television, the Internet, ROKU, and on mobile and in-car applications. Visit CRNTalk.com for more information.
Source : napavalleyregister.com