Wednesday, October 3rd 2012
"Katie" Welcomes Delilah to Talk Love, Family and Her New Book "Arms Full of Love"
LOS ANGELES, October 1, 2012 -- Last week, Delilah was a featured guest on Katie Couric's new daytime talk show Katie to promote the Sept. 25 release of her third book, Arms Full of Love - a poignant and emotional collection of heartfelt listener stories and Delilah's own tales that demonstrate the importance of family.
During the candid interview, Delilah gave viewers an exclusive peek at her radio studio and home near Seattle, Wash., and shared the reason why male callers don't make it on air as much as women, even though they call more often; the most-requested song she's tired of hearing; and the question she gets asked most by callers. Delilah then coached Couric through taking a live call while hosting her own version of Delilah's radio show, "Katie After Dark."
Click here to view some highlights from the interview. Attached are photos of Couric and Delilah hosting "Katie After Dark" in front of the studio audience.
Nationally syndicated by Premiere Networks, Delilah's soothing voice, open heart and love of music attract an audience of nearly nine million weekly listeners on more than 200 radio stations, making her the most-listened-to woman on radio in the U.S. The top-rated show broadcasts daily from 7 p.m. to midnight in all time zones and features Delilah's distinctive blend of storytelling, sympathetic listening and encouragement -- all scored with adult contemporary music. Delilah celebrated the 25-year anniversary of her nighttime radio program in 2011 and this year, she was honored at the Alliance of Women in Media's 37th Annual Gracie Awards Gala where she took home the trophy for "Outstanding¬†Host -- Entertainment/ Information."¬† Often referred to as the "Oprah of Radio," Delilah is also the author of three books, including the "Arms Full of Love," which was released Sept. 25 by Harlequin Books. In addition to supporting the hunger relief organization Feed The Children, Delilah established a foundation called Point Hope as a voice for forgotten children everywhere. Please visit www.Delilah.com for more information.