She Got Game Media in Miami Launches Game On Blog Talk Radio Show

Miami, Florida

She Got Game Media, Miami's award-winning boutique public relations agency, is launching an exciting new success-tips show on Blog Talk Radio.

The program, called "Game On," features a 15-minute, fast-paced interview each week with various celebrities and rising stars who share their five strategies for success. "Game On" will air live every Tuesday at 11am EST. on Blog Talk Radio. 

The show is the brainchild of Tandaleya Wilder, a longtime radio veteran, national publicist, and former National Public Radio contributing correspondent.

"'Game On' is a natural extension of the She Got Game Media brand," Wilder said.

"A few years ago we created a popular Digital Newsroom that highlighted the talents and projects of our fantastic roster of clients. This new radio show elevates our brand further by giving them an additional platform to share their success stories as well as other game-changers and celebrities who are making a global impact, be it in sports, entertainment, music, the arts or business," she said.

Wilder will serve as executive producer of "Game On." Her She Got Game Media colleague Jerry Jacob, a New York native, will host the show.

"Jerry is a great conversationalist who is passionate about business, the arts and entertainment. He knows how to encourage VIP guests to share their stories in a way that's more entertaining and relevant than traditional radio interviews. I think the 'Game On' audience will enjoy hearing him interact with our celebrity guests and game-changers," Wilder said.

The pilot episode of "Game On" features actor and retired firefighter Guy Fortt, aka "the Fearless at 50 Guy."

Fortt was featured on national TV in the AARP's Super Bowl ad campaign and was invited to the White House on Feb. 29 as part of President Barack Obama's "My Brother's Keeper" initiative.

Click to listen to the pilot episode with Guy A. Fortt, AKA the Fearless at 50 Guy.  

Future episodes can be heard at

To interview Wilder, call 305-520-9703.