Yappa World Inc. and iHeartMedia’s KFI in Los Angeles Launch Digital “KFI Townhall”

Yappa World Inc., iHeartMedia's KFI, Los Angeles, Digital
Yappa World Inc. and iHeartMedia's KFI in Los Angeles Launch Digital KFI Townhall

Yappa World Inc and iHeartMedia’s KFI in Los Angeles, one of the most listened to Talk stations in the country, announced the launch of KFI Townhall, a digital resource for people to connect safely with on-air talent, credentialed health experts and fellow radio listeners about their concerns around the novel Coronavirus epidemic. KFI’s on-air talent will answer questions and engage with listeners via online yaps, audio and video comments, about various topics that matter most to listeners during this health crisis. To access the Yappa tool, Listeners can visit the Comments section on KFI Townhall.

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“Practicing safe social distance is saving lives, but we need each other now more than ever during this crisis,” said Jennifer Dyer, CEO of Yappa World, Inc. “Yappa was created in the spirit of humanizing the Comments section on websites. We are extremely pleased to see that our tool is able to help connect the Los Angeles Community safely during this time of collective uncertainty.”

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“Our partnership with Yappa could not have come at a more important moment in time. This platform is yet another convenient and immediate way for our listeners and the community to engage with their trusted personalities on a topic that is so critical,” said Kevin LeGrett Market President Los Angeles & West Division President at iHeartMedia. “During these unprecedented times, we need to continue to further connect with each other and unite as a community.”

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