ABC Radio announced a new podcast hosted by ABC News Chief Business, Economics and Technology Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis, titled ‘No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis’ focused on leading women in a variety of industries. Each week Jarvis speaks with women in Hollywood, business, technology, fashion, comedy, food, sports and start-ups about how they built their empire and their wide-range of accomplishments. In this empowering podcast guests share the struggles, triumphs, risks, biggest mistakes, worst advice and highest moments they have experienced along their journey to success.
“I’m so excited to launch this podcast, featuring exceptional and inspiring women. Whether you’re looking for answers or you just want to hear a good story, these conversations are real, taking an honest look at how to achieve success, and the surprising, sometimes comical mishaps along the journey,” Rebecca Jarvis.
“Rebecca Jarvis’ “No Limits” podcast lets listeners learn how success is achieved, whether in business or life, by focusing on a remarkable group of women who inspire and inform with humor and candor,“ Steve Jones, Vice President, ABC Radio.
New episodes of ‘No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis’ post every Tuesday on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, the ABC News apps and ABCNewsPodcasts.com.
The first three episodes are currently available, featuring:
Arianna Huffington has broken norms for decades. A Greek immigrant, Huffington built a successful media empire as the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post, has written 15 books and is now starting a new chapter with her health and wellness initiative, Thrive Global.
Wende Zomnir, the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Urban Decay, has spent her entire life crisscrossing the globe, living in all sorts of places from Texas to Belgium. An athlete, model, hitchhiker and entrepreneur, Zomnir has applied her worldly upbringing to build Urban Decay into the internationally renowned beauty company it is today.
Danielle Brooks, best known as Tasha “Taystee” Jefferson on the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black,” had her first acting role at age 6 in her family’s South Carolina church. A daughter of a minister and a deacon, Brooks left her humble beginnings to attend Juilliard in New York City and earned a Tony nomination for her Broadway debut.
Rebecca Jarvis is ABC News’ Chief Business, Technology & Economics Correspondent; the Host and Managing Editor of “Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis;” and the Host and Managing Editor of “No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis.” Jarvis reports for all ABC News programs and platforms including “Good Morning America,” “World News Tonight with David Muir,” “Nightline,” “20/20,” and “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.“ Jarvis has conducted news making interviews with the biggest names in business and technology, including Warren Buffett, Richard Branson, Sheryl Sandberg, Diane von Furstenberg, Jack Dorsey, and the first female CEO to run a car company, GM’s Mary Barra. She has covered multiple Presidential elections, the Madoff scandal, housing bubble, Great Recession, financial crisis and the fall of Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers. Jarvis is the recipient of a Dupont Award for her work covering the Newtown tragedy.
About ABC Radio:
ABC Radio syndicates America’s largest commercial radio news network, ABC News Radio, along with the ABC Radio Lifestyle and Entertainment network, ABC Sports Radio and ABC Radio Digital to over 1500 radio stations and multiple digital distributors. ABC Radio reaches more than 73-million listeners each week across broadcast and digital audio platforms. ABC Radio is part of the Disney ABC Television Group. For more information: www.abcradio.com
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