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NASSAU, Bahamas, May 13, 2016 – On Saturday, May 14, The Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board and Paradise Island Tourism Development Association welcome America’s most recognized, honored and respected front-line travel news journalist Peter Greenberg and his award-winning radio program, Peter Greenberg Worldwide, to the destination.

Broadcasting from The Atlantis Resort, Greenberg’s show will air at 10:00 a.m. EST on stations throughout the United Station Radio Network and also be live streamed on, which has over 200,000 unique monthly visitors. Additionally, the piece will be promoted through Peter Greenberg’s TwitterFacebook and YouTube, which have a combined 1.2 million+ followers.

Among the destination guests to be featured include:

– Tazia Rutherford, Associate Director of Marine Mammal Ops at Atlantis Paradise Island
– Chef Garry O’Connor, Executive Chef at The Cove and Reef Hotels
– Pepin R. Argamasilla, General Manager at John Watling’s Distillery
– Alanna Rodgers, Founder of Tru Bahamian Food Tours
– Jim Lawlor, Past President of The Bahamas Historical Society
– Patricia Glinton-Meicholas, noted Bahamian author and historian

Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio broadcasts from a different location around the world every weekend, featuring local guests, call-in listeners and newsmakers from around the globe. The segment will be available to listen to online beginning Saturday, May 14 at

Known in the industry as “The Travel Detective,” he is the travel editor for CBS News, appearing on CBS This Morning, CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley, and Sunday Morning, among other broadcast platforms.



About Nassau Paradise Island: Nassau Paradise Island, Bahamas is known for having some of the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world, turquoise blue water, the Caribbean's best entertainment and a spectrum of resorts from ultra-exclusive to family-friendly. This convenient destination is serviced by several non-stop flights from most major U.S. cities. Less than an hour from South Florida and less than three hours from New York City, Nassau Paradise Island is so close, yet feels like it's a world away. Additional information about where to stay and incredible value-added packages may be found at