The upcoming special, SeeHer Hear Her: Celebrating Women in Music, will feature interviews with Gwen Stefani, Cardi B, and country singer Kelsea Ballerini, highlighting the achievements and work of these musical trailblazers.
The first of its kind, the one-hour special will be available to stream on March 14 via iHeart Radio’s YouTube and Facebook at 8 p.m EST. The new special will chronicle the journeys of these three different women, taking a look at who inspired them as young artists and how they inspire the next generation of stars.
Along with the International Woman’s Day special, women will also take over the mic on popular iHeartMedia radio shows and podcasts at 5-6 p.m. local time. During these takeovers, there will be discussions about equality, inclusion, inspiration, and more in this celebration of womanhood. The radio stations will also devote the hour to playing the biggest hits and new music from today’s legendary female musicians as well as providing special playlists on the iHeartRadio app.
To kick off the celebration, iHeartRadio will launch an eight-day countdown to International Women’s Day on March 1. Taking place across 600 iHeartMedia broadcast stations in every format, on social media platforms, and on iHeartRadio’s biggest podcasts, the celebration will showcase the depth and breadth of female talent.
“iHeartMedia is excited to partner with SeeHer and their SeeHer Hear Her initiative to inspire us all with the stories of amazing women breaking new ground in Hip Hop, Pop and Country music,” said Gayle Troberman, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for iHeartMedia. “This International Women’s Day it’s important that we are all reminded of what equality can sound like, as we come together to celebrate, inspire and support one another.”
Listeners can also enjoy more of the celebration by using the #iHeartWomensDay and #SeeHer throughout the day and during the special on March 8.
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