A Triple Treat
The Bonnie Sher Show, Boomer Life, provides a voice, stage, and perspective for issues and interests relevant to Baby Boomers and those living or affected by type 1 diabetes.
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The Bonnie Sher Show, Boomer Life, is a 50-minute blend of wit, wisdom, entertainment, and health advocacy. It combines host/producer Bonnie Sher's passions and realities:
The Bonnie Sher Show, Boomer Life, debuted in 2015 and features celebrity guests, newsmakers, and, in a segment entitled Inside My Blue World, members of the type 1 diabetes community as co-hosts. The show includes a customized theme song by jazz great Wayne Cobham, a Grammy-award winning musician, composer, and producer; as well as, an annual tribute to the late entertainer, Sammy Davis Jr.
The Bonnie Sher Show, Boomer Life, simultaneously live streams on Facebook and includes live tweeting and call-ins. Archived shows are available on iTunes, iHeartRadio, Spreaker, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio, YouTube, and bonniesher.com.
Here's an archived episode featuring Jerry Mathers, star of the beloved Baby Boomer classic TV show, Leave it to Beaver.
as well as, adults (20 yrs+) living with type 1 diabetes (T1D).
- Baby Boomers, individuals between the ages of 53 and 71, make up 35 percent of the U.S. adult population.
- They represent a segment of the American population that has a thirst for adventure, and the financial freedom to explore that passion.
- 94 percent of baby boomers are reached weekly by radio.
- Baby Boomers watch a disproportionate amount of television.
- Boomers are estimated to control 70 percent of the nation's disposable income.
- Over a million American adults are living with type 1 diabetes.
- 5 million people in the U.S. are expected to have T1D by the year 2050.
- T1D accounts for $14B in associated annual healthcare costs in the U.S.
- Less than one-third of people with T1D in the U.S. are achieving target blood glucose control levels.
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(B) Ten-second live read during show open
(C) Ten-second live read during show close
(D) Two (2) social media underwriter ID ("brought to you by") posts per show (streams on Twitter, Facebook Fan and Group pages)
(E) One (1) social media underwriter ID ("brought to you by") posts per show (streams on Twitter, Facebook Fan and Group pages)
(F) Two (2) pre-show social media underwriter ID posts week of the show (streams on Twitter, Facebook Fan and Group pages)
(G) Four (4) two-minute underwriter interviews (1 per quarter via in-studio, Skype, or landline)
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Includes deliverables: A, E.
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Bonnie Sher knows how to mesmerize an audience, be it through music or stories on stage or screen. Now, her star shines even brighter as a popular podcaster and micro-influencer.
She started her career as a child touring in The Sound of Music with Florence Henderson and starred opposite legendary Rock 'n Roll Hall of Famer Lavern Baker in the acclaimed off-Broadway musical, High Tea. She made her television debut as a teen on The Barbara McNair Show and continued work in television and film, including a role opposite Billy Crystal on Soap and as a cult classic heroine in Arch Oboler's re-released Domo Arigato.
Also as a teen, Bonnie met Sammy Davis Jr. He took her under his wing and taught her how to light up the stage and captivate an audience. Bonnie worked with Davis in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and on national tours. As a young mother, in between auditions and appearances, reinvention allowed Bonnie
True to the nature of baby boomers, Bonnie learned resilience at an early age. In 1968, instead of walking the red carpet at the 40th Academy Awards, 15-year-old Bonnie found herself in a Mount Sinai Hospital bed, diagnosed with type one diabetes (T1D), a chronic disease that would change her life forever. She asked her stepfather, "Why?" His response would be one that she remembers vividly. "Bonnie, do you know why this happened to you? Because God made you too beautiful, he made you too smart; he gave you too much talent. He had to give you something so that you would know that you are not perfect. "
From that day, Bonnie realized that it would take more than her innate ability to sing, dance, and act; she would need determination and lots of it. With nearly every complication of type one diabetes, including a silent heart attack in 2000 during a New York City performance, and waiting for a cure for more than 49 years, Bonnie's determination has been put to the test. Her resilience led her to the digital universe, diabetes advocacy, and The Bonnie Sher Show, Boomer Life.
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