Join us for the Florida premiere of Conquering Kilimanjaro, the first film from Bolder Docs. This exciting red carpet event will be held Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014 on the campus of Full Sail University.
For the second consecutive year, “Surviving & Thriving,” presented by Florida Hospital and airing on WKMG Local 6, has been nominated for an EMMY® Award.
Bolder Broadcasting, Inc. is expanding its multi-platform partnership with world-renowned neurosurgeon Robert Masson, MD, founder of NeuroSpine Institute. Find out how he can help you Show Up Strong.
For the second season of Surviving & Thriving, Bolder Broadcasting is proud to announce a new multi-year, multi-platform partnership with Florida Hospital to share the stories of those who are surviving life’s toughest struggles.
Growing Bolder is looking for a few talented experts to become regular on-air, in-print and online contributors. Find out if you might be a good fit to become a GB Expert.
Hosted by Marc Middleton, Bill Shafer, Wendy Chioji and Secily Wilson, this programming partnership brings together some of the most well-known storytellers and supports WKMG’s mission to offer hope, inspiration and possibility to Central Florida.
Bolder Broadcasting, Inc. and Robert L. Masson, M.D., an internationally recognized neurosurgeon and founder of NeuroSpine Institute, announce a new multi-platform partnership to inspire and promote positive lifestyle change in people of all ages.
Bolder Media Group, producers of the nationally syndicated Growing Bolder TV and Radio shows, and Jewett Orthopaedic Clinic, the 75-year-old practice started by the founding father of orthopaedics, are launching JOC-TV, the first network of its kind.
The region’s top magazine publisher joins forces with the nation’s top Boomer-oriented multimedia company to reach an affluent, active and rapidly growing demographic.
Growing Bolder, one of the world’s leading producers of active lifestyle content, announces the launch of Bolder Press and the publication of “Rock Stars of Aging: 50 Ways to Live to 100.”