My name is Ed Bejarana and I produce Podcasts. I started Baby Boomers Radio because there is a need for our senior population to be able to obtain important information. We present information on Medicare, Medicaid, Healthcare changes, and covid-19. Seniors also share their favorite stories, talking about their inspirational heros, recalling their career or relationships or just how things were when they were young.
The process works like this: I interview seniors, authors, people of interest, and experts in important fields. Those interviews are edited and published on the internet. People can listen to the stories and information on Apple, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google, Amazon Music, etc. as well as on the BabyBoomersRadio.com website. Each story will get transcribed and indexed for research sake. People for generations to come (or so long as the internet allows) will be able to look up and listen to all the stories told by guests on Baby Boomers Radio. Seniors can tune in weekly and hear about the curves life threw and the things people did to survive and thrive.
Before you go and say seniors don’t podcast; podtrak and Neilson Ratings both report more than 1.9 million people over the age of 55 listen to podcasts daily—and that number is growing every month. It is not unlike the radio we use to gather around for entertainment.
It costs about $100 per Baby Boomer Radio episode to edit, publish, and distribute. I am asking for your support to help cover the costs of producing this show. You can use the buttons below to choose to pledge a small amount monthly or make a one time contribution. $3 a month may not sound like much, but when hundreds of people make that pledge, it adds up quickly.
Thank you for your support and please feel free to call me with any questions (208) 209-7170 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org.