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SPECIAL GUEST: Malcolm Out Loud, Political Commentator

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Malcolm Out Loud is a national news and political commentator and the host of the WebTV channel www.MalcolmOutLoud.TV, home of his news magazine. He is also a published author, speaker and the talent behind a daily radio feature, the Out Loud Minute. Every day Malcolm leads an assault on mediocrity, constantly inspiring others to get Out Loud in every aspect of their lives.  

OUT LOUD MINUTE: Malcolm's own witty and irreverent 60 second audio take on the news of the day. It is broadcast daily on 500+ radio stations around the country and reaches an audience of 16 million listeners. 

NATIONAL COMMENTATOR: Malcolm is frequently asked to sound off on national news and speaks out
on radio and TV outlets nationwide on a daily basis. He has appeared on national shows such as
Daybreak USA, CNN, The Big Biz Show with Sully, WCIB Chicagoland Radio, WOW FM, The James Lowe
show, FoxNews.com and more.

THE HISTORY:

Malcolm began his career in advertising and marketing. After finding success with his marketing agency Teasdale Worldwide, Malcolm knew he needed to take his message to the American people. Malcolm says “I am continuously convinced we can do better. We need to realize that each of our individual contributions make up a more advanced and productive society. I encourage each and every one of us to get Out Loud”. To fulfill this mission, Malcolm chose to use the world of media and launched MalcolmOutLoud.TV . In addition to producing his WebTV Channel and his work in radio broadcast and publishing, Malcolm leveraged his 25+ years of marketing expertise to launch Creative Minds Big Picture, a division dedicated to helping others harness the power of WebTV and digital media.

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