John Tesh to Address 2013 NAB Show Radio Luncheon

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Washington, DC - Jan 10, 2013 - John Tesh, accomplished entertainer, musician, author and broadcast personality, will speak at the NAB Show Radio Luncheon, held April 9 in Las Vegas.

Through a career that spans more than 25 years, Tesh has won six Emmys and an AP award for investigative journalism. He has sold more than seven million albums and 1.2 million DVDs, has had a string of number one radio hits, earned two Grammy nominations, produced seven hit PBS music specials and performs for more than 200,000 live concert fans each year.

John Tesh's nationally syndicated radio show "Intelligence for Your Life" reaches 8.2 million listeners per week in the U.S., Canada and the U.K. The program offers listeners advice on topics such as health and wellness, relationships and finances.

Tesh's advertising and marketing company, TeshMedia, has numerous Fortune 500 clients, including General Motors, Home Depot, Macy's, Kohl's, Geico Insurance and PetSmart. His book, "Intelligence for Your Life: Powerful Lessons for Personal Growth," made the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and best-seller lists.

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