DETROIT (WXYZ) - Ramona Prater's webcast is full of F-words. Flirt. Fitness. Family. Fun. Friendship. And while the list goes on and on, a shrinking radio industry threatened to kill this Metro-Detroit mom's show geared to women in their 40's and 50's. But Ramona is now taking her show, The F-Club, to the internet.
"Just having faith that there has to be another side to this rainbow and there's a pot of gold at the end kept me going. And, trust me, it's been some lean months and some crazy days trying to figure out how am I going to reinvent myself, but that is in essence what 'The F-Club' radio show is about. It's about reinvention. It's about who you're going to be next in life," said Ramona from the stage of U Detroit Cafe where she launched her new webcast Monday.
And while "The F-Club" is geared to women in their 40's and 50's, Ramona says her audience has grown to include men and younger women who want to "get the cheat sheet on how to enter into the F-Club gracefully."
You can check out Ramona's show "The F-Club" on UDetroit.com . The show airs weekdays, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
You can also watch the show live at U Detroit Cafe, 1427 Randolph in downtown Detroit.
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