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Tryneal Addison Dishes "What Girls Think"
Tryneal Addison is the "Voice" of a generation in and weekly tv talk show as she hosts panelists across America in "What Girls Think", a smart, social experiment. Produced by Gary Kleinman and FirstRun.tv Network.
Tryneal Addison is the “Voice” of today’s youth in an edgy talk show called “What Girls Think”. Outspoken and confident, Tryneal Addison shares ideas, opinions and fun in her new talk show, “What Girls Think?” Without apology, she delves into subjects relevant to young people, parents and mentors, slicing through to “the real”. Well researched and direct, Tryneal Addison is a force to be reckoned with. Socially conscious and blatantly truthful, she examines questions that others dance around. She brings the power of the talk show to a new level for a new generation. As the “Voice” of a generation, her unabashed candor and commitment to the truths of her generation bring the questions and opinions that media might silence. With the precision of a seasoned journalist and the flair of Oprah, the truth is out and the public can really know “What Girls Think”.
The series airs weekly on FirstRun.tv Network. The show first aired on July 17, 2012 and was an immediate hit. Tryneal Addison pitched the social experiment to producer, Gary Kleinman, President & CEO, FirstRun.tv Network when she was 16. Her passion convinced him of the relevance of a teen talk show. Tryneal brought together six ambitious girls ages 16 to 20, with varying cultural backgrounds including African American, Hispanic, Caucasian and Native American. The girls live in cities from Florida, Los Angeles, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas. They have never met in person, but Tryneal created the social experiment giving Voice to girls of diverse locations, social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds that influence their opinions. They meet weekly to explore contemporary subjects. Each Voices their opinion, and there is no right or wrong, only opinion. The show concept was developed as an extension of exploring cultural and geographical influences through social networking activities.
Each half-hour episode of “What Girls Think” covers two timely topics, one serious and one fun. Tryneal Addison, 17, a high school student in St. Paul, MN, serves as Host and Co-Producer. Panelist regulars include Abbie Emmons, 17, a high school student in Columbus, OH; Tweety Elitou, 18, an online fashionista and blogger in Philadelphia, PA; and college students Cassidy Smith, 18, in Houston, TX; Sasha Marina, 19, in Miami, FL; and Lauren Furs, 20, in Los Angeles.
Tryneal Addison, talk show host, journalist, actress, entrepreneur, author and high school student is positioned to be the new “Oprah” for her generation. A Minneapolis native, her knowledge of urban issues and generational questions sets the stage for heartfelt conversation. From the age of five, she has moved with purpose, knowing that she had the power to mold the future as a talk show host. Never wavering in her commitment, she drew on the strong beliefs of her mother and her community to understand the real needs of today’s youth. Writing for two magazines, her journalistic panache fed her need to give Voice to her generation. Unlike most high school students, she spent her time preparing a format for a talk show, “What Girls Think!” A well-rounded student, disciplined to allot time segments to priorities, she carved out the time to develop the innovative content for the show. Balancing the busy life of a high school student, a journalist and an entrepreneur, she became the example of dreaming big, then executing the steps to win big. Tryneal Addison is a powerful force unleashed through “What Girls Think!” Tryneal Addison is destined for greatness. A special thanks goes to Gary Kleinman, President & CEO, FirstRun.tv Network for believing in Tryneal.
For information regarding Tryneal Addison and “What Girls Think” call Sheryl Dolley of Sheryl Dolley Public Relations at 949 981-2225 Adolleycat@aol.com, www.sheryldolley.com. Information on the series and the panelists can be found at the show’s official website, www.WhatGirlsThink.tv, www.facebook.com/