Announcing Dana Hanley’s “Homeschool Talk”

My good friend Dana from Principled Discovery sent along this press release. I know we will all enjoy her show. Congratulations Dana! Mary

Home School Talk – A Voice for homeschooling


Dana Hanley

Home School Talk

(402) 792-0029

Hickman, NE


Homeschool Blogger Announces New Home School Talk Show

Monday, July 9 2008, Dana Hanley, a former public school

teacher, current homeschooler and author of the homeschool

blog Principled Discovery (

will be launching Home School Talk, a weekly one hour broadcast focused on homeschool news and

opinion. As a blogger, Hanley has found discussions with homeschoolers across the country and even around the world to be engaging and purposeful as they use the Internet to connect, communicate and organize.

Topics to be discussed include legislation affecting homeschooling, research summaries, stereotypes and other items which make the news. Special guests will also be featured to extend the conversation and provide more personal experiences.Listeners will have the opportunity to join the program by calling in, utilizing the live chat associated with the show or submitting their own audio clips to be considered for use on the show.



Title of Show: HomeSchool Talk

Show Host: Dana Hanley

Launch Date: July 9,2008

Time:Mondays at 1PM CST


About BlogTalkRadio

BlogTalkRadio is a free, web-based platform which allows any user with a phone and a computer to host a live, interactive Internet broadcast. Hosts call into the service by phone, managing callers on the

web-based host dashboard. Shows stream live directly from the host’s BlogTalkRadio web page

with archives available for all past shows. BlogTalkRadio has been featured on ABC News,

The Washington Post, Portfolio, Talkers Magazine, and The The citizen broadcasting network can be found at



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