AUDREY bell-kearney

Digital Marketer l Podcast Host l Entrepreneur

Audrey Bell-Kearney is the CEO of ABK Media Group which is a media, marketing, and consulting firm that curates, produces and distributes digital content for clients and helps them get exposure for their business, product or service. Audrey is also the founder of PodChix International, a community for women who are serious about leveraging the power of podcast. Audrey is the host of the hyper-local podcast Good Morning Gwinnett & The PodChick which is a podcast all about starting and growing your podcast. Audrey is also the founder of HerTube.TV which is an empowerment video and television network about women and what women care about. Audrey is also the CEO of Baki TV Network which is a new empowerment TV Network aimed at empowering African Americans. Audrey is also the publisher of Peach State Woman Magazine. Audrey is the author of What’s Your Big Idea? The Ultimate Guide For New Entrepreneurs and I Want To Write A Book Now What? AtoZ Of Self-Publishing and Can They See You Now? Easy Video Marketing Even When You Hate Being On Camera which can be found on in both print & Kindle versions. Her new book PodChix: Women Who Have Launched A Podcast & How You Can Too is available on Amazon.

Audrey is passionate about entrepreneurship. Audrey started her first real business in 1999. She realized that she was a single mom who wanted to create a nice life for her daughter who was 8 years old at the time. So, she had this idea for a plus size fashion doll which was more realistic than the Barbie Doll. She told a friend about the idea and the friend thought it was a great idea. The two became partners and Big Beautiful Dolls, LLC was born June 1999. They invented the first plus-size fashion dolls. Audrey went on to start her own newspaper titled Women In Business Today. The paper profiled women who were already in business. Audrey later became a consultant with the Rutgers & Kean University Small Business Development Center in New Jersey. She also sat on the advisory board for the Rutgers University Small Business Development Center.

The paper opened many doors for Audrey. She was asked to be interviewed on a local radio station. The host liked her so much that he brought her on full time with her own show which had the same title as her newspaper, Women In Business Today. Audrey did the show for one year on WSOU 89.5 FM until her husbands’ job transferred him to North Carolina. While in North Carolina, Audrey decided that she would start her own TV show. So, she walked into a local TV station in Rocky Mount, NC and pitched the show idea to the station manager and the Women In Business Today TV show was born.

From 2010 to 2013 Audrey was the host of The Ask Audrey Show on Harvest Radio WKMB 1070 AM. Audrey is currently the host of Good Morning Gwinnett and Talk Business With Audrey which can be heard on ITunes & other podcast platforms. You can also listen to Good Morning Gwinnett on your Amazon Fire TV by going to the Amazon store and searching for Good Morning Gwinnett and adding the channel to your device.

In 2008 Audrey produced a short documentary film about her journey as an entrepreneur titled RISE: An Entrepreneurs Journey To The Top. Audrey launched HerTube.TV in 2013 which distributes content via the set-top-box Roku, Amazon Fire TV, smart TVs, and Kindle Fire.

Audrey has been interviewed on national television talk shows and written up in national publications including Insight on Fox 5 TV in Dallas, Money Matters Talk Show, The John Walsh Show, The Network Journal, Today’s Black Woman, The Motherhood, Global Black Women and more.

For more information about PodChix International go to Listen to Good Morning Gwinnett by going to, and watch Audrey talk show Talk Business With Audrey online at on the HerTube Prime in the Amazon App Store. To reach Audrey contact her or by calling 678-809-0344. You can also visit her website For more information about Baki TV Network go to

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