Naples, Florida (April 18, 2018): Beasley Media Group, LLC, a subsidiary of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc., announces the official unveiling of a new podcast entitled Healthy Paranoia, hosted by Vice President of Programming, Buzz Knight.

Found on the “Insights” section of the brand new Beasley Media Group corporate website, the podcast will feature interviews with thought leaders of today discussing new innovation, new methods, new strategies and new thinking.

Listeners will be able to enjoy new episodes on a monthly basis.

“We are thrilled to unveil this exciting new podcast on the Beasley platform that focuses on innovation… a coveted core value of our company,” said Beasley Media Group Chief Executive Officer Caroline Beasley. “I look forward to listening to Buzz as he shares valuable insight from thought leaders who are making a difference both in the media industry and the world around us.”

“As Beasley Media Group grows its Podcast content, I’m very excited to share my passion for innovation and technology, as well as the implications both have on our industry,” said Knight.

Episode One – Autonomous Driving In Las Vegas

Autonomous driving is in the headlines every day and was the talk of the recent Consumer Electronics Show.  In this episode, Buzz learns more about an exciting Autonomous driving pilot project that is happening right now in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Joining Buzz on the podcast are members of the project team: Joanna Wadsworth, program manager for the Transportation Engineering Division for the City of Las Vegas and Michael Blasky, media relations specialist with AAA of Northern California, Utah, and Nevada.

 Episode Two – Technology & Storytelling

In this episode, Buzz speaks with Peter D. Csathy author of Media 2.0 (18): An Insider’s Guide to Today’s World of Digital Media & Where It’s Going.  They discuss how technology has transformed storytelling and how that impacts radio personalities and the broadcast industry as a whole.

About Beasley Media Group:

Beasley Media Group, LLC is a subsidiary of Beasley Broadcast Group, Inc., which owns and operates 63 stations (45 FM and 18 AM) in 15 large and mid-size markets in the United States. Approximately 19 million consumers listen to Beasley radio stations weekly over-the-air, online, on smartphones and tablets and engage with the Company’s brands and personalities through digital platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, text, apps, and email.  For more information, please visit