Douglas native and current Valdosta radio talk show host and commentator Chad Whittle has announced the launch of a new subscription based option for his online media network that is hosted at ChadWhittle.com. The new subscription option allows fans of his daily A Whittle Bit of Commentary radio feature the ability to listen on demand or read a transcript of the program that offers commentaries on the news, politics, culture, religion, and technology issues of the day all in Tiny Whittle bits of daily truth.
Whittle is also the host of The ChadCast podcast that provides interviews with some of the most well-known figures in news, politics, religion and more including Todd Starnes of FOX News Radio, Charles Payne of Fox Business Network, Rick Burgess of the syndicated radio program The Rick & Bubba Show, Grammy award winning Michael Tait of Newsboys, President of the Georgia Baptist Convention Dr. Don Hattaway, and 2008 Libertarian Party Vice-Presidential candidate and bestselling author Wayne Allyn Root.
“I am excited to be able to launch this new subscription service for my media content. Subscription based media content online is the future and I am excited I can offer my commentaries and podcasts commercial free for a small monthly fee that helps to cover production cost and maybe even make a buck or two off of it! Like anything else in life there are costs to producing media content both on air and online. Subscriptions helps pay the bills and allows me to provide my content commercial free. Simply put, this is Netflix, but for radio content.” Whittle stated.
Whittle is a 2005 graduate of Coffee High School and a 2009 graduate of Valdosta State University. He will graduate in December with a Masters in Communication from his alma mater. He plans to pursue a doctorate in communication/media starting in 2015.
Follow him on Twitter @CWhittleMedia, Facebook.com/ChadWhittle86 and Instagram.com/ChadWhittleMedia. Listen to his weekend radio show locally in Valdosta on WDDQ Talk 92.1 FM.
Visit ChadWhittle.com and click subscribe for more details.
-Submitted by Chad Whittle