Nedelya Shtonova

TV Health Show Host and Author in bTV Media Group

Speed mentoring topic:
How to be heard and seen today. From 0 to 1 million viewers.

Saturday 1.4.2023

Clarion Congress Hotel Prague

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Topic:  How to be heard and seen today. From 0 to 1 million viewers.

I created science based medical journalism in Bulgaria by starting the Spirit of Health TV show 23 years ago. I managed to grow my audience over the years and achieve top rankings in my time slot, reaching close to 1 million viewers. Participants in the session will learn about my journey, the importance of devotion to your field in order to be successful and how to overcome difficulties and hostile stakeholders along the way.

About me

I am a doctor, Board certified in neurology and I have a PhD in neurology. I am the author and host of the leading health TV show in Bulgaria. I am expanding my TV health show from 30 min to 1 hour due to increased interest in health topics by the viewers. The show is on bTV, the leading, CME-owned TV channel in Bulgaria. In addition, I am working on my second book to be published by the end of the year.

What do YOU DO to be SEEN & HEARD?

I just work hard, consistently hard! I work 7 days a week for a 1 hour TV show but I aim to make it perfect. I also write books (on my second now), lead many seminars and corporate training programs. On social media, it is mostly Facebook and Instagram.

What kind of CHANGE you would like to SEE & MAKE?

I want to see initiatives about fighting obesity in all schools in Europe. We need to fight obesity early in our lives in order to prevent the negative impact on our quality of life in later years.

What kind of CHALLENGES are the most imporant in 2023?

Taking a personal responsibility to stay healthy and actively work on our lifestyle choices so that we can prevent diseases instead of treating them. The state should also do its share and be more active in regulation of unhealthy foods.

What are the topics that are not publicly spoken, but it definitely should be?

The value of education and continuous self-improvement should not be underestimated despite the fact that many people achieve popularity through corrupt practices.