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Join the Young Media Critics on Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 5 p.m. EST, as they talk with Frank W. Baker, media literacy education consultant and author about the importance of medial literacy education to children, parents and other concerned adults who work with young people.
Frank W. Baker is a media literacy education consultant and the author of three books, including Media Literacy In the K-12 Classroom (ISTE, 2012). He contributed two chapters to Mastering Media Literacy (Solution Tree, 2014). In November 2013, Frank was a co-recipient of the National Telemedia Council‘s annual Jessie McCanse Award given for individual contributions to the field of media literacy over at least 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @fbaker.
For KeShay, becoming the soulful recording artist that she is today was beyond a dream and determination -- It was inevitable. As a young girl, her booming voice and high notes were noticed by many. Her self assurance and stage presence was noticeable even at such a young age. KeShay had developed her own style of singing and performing.
The beautiful R&B singer has had breath-taking performances at SF Conference Center featuring Dewele & Jon B, Maxwell's Lounge, Elis Mile High Club, Qs Lounge, BHM Concert Series in Antioch CA, and Reno NV just to name a few. The songstress writes her own music for the most part, but enjoys working with other creative talents on her music so she can add additional flavor to her music. Her debut album is due out this year.
The inspiration to her R&B, upbeat funk style of music comes from such inspirational greats as Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner who were her childhood idols, yet her current aspiration is to be in the studio with Jill Scott. KeShays music mostly comes from personal life experiences and explains that different beats and tracks that she receives sometimes bring back specific memories, which inspire her to write great tunes for her forth coming album.
Ke'Shay Love is an actress, known for Set Me Free (2014), Never Alone and Selling Dreams (2014).
The Young Media Critics…voices of the future made a few changes in the program. They will kick off the 2014-2015 season talking about media, literacy, digital messages and more with the Young Media Co-hosts.
Our show is based on “The Inquiry Process/ Free your Mind/Express Your View”-components of media literacy and media education as defined by The Center on Media Literacy (www.medialit.org ). It is not a show to bash the media.
The Young Media Critics Co -Host will share with the listeners how their lives are influenced by the media messages that surround them every day.
Celebrity Psychic Harry T is an Australian TV Personality, Business Consultant and Spiritual Life Coach. He has appeared in various media outlets, including Channel Ten'sStudio 10, The LifeStyle Channel's Come Dine With Me,Nova FM's Fitzy & Wippa, Psychic TV, Sydney Morning Herald and New Idea Magazine.
Harry has worked with individuals from across the globe including celebrities, sports personalities, tycoons, award-winning film producers and the world's most renowned proven-best psychics.
Harry T appears annually on the main stage at Australia's #1 Health & Wellbeing event, the Mind Body Spirit Festival and is the first Australian psychic medium to be invited to speak at America's Lily Dale Assembly - the world's most respected spiritual community, recently featured on HBO.
"There are failures of government, failures of bureaucracy, failures of communication and failures to care for our veterans – who of course deserve far better. But at its core I’d argue that this medical train wreck is, above all, a failure of management" - Forbes
The VA Scandal is a significant one. Tonight we have one of the main whistleblowers from 2008 long before the Phoenix VA was exposed, as well as many other veterans, veterans advocates and their stories.
John Wells: a retired Navy Commander and a disabledveteran who works with Military Veterans Advocacy
Candy Lovett: a veteran and advocate who has been battling VA red tape and missing records and appointments
Oliver Mitchell: a veteran who was working at the VA in 2008 when he became a whistleblower.
Links to sites and organizations mentioned in tonights episode
African Americans are on everybodies minds these days.From the deepest bush in Africa to the Eskimo and to the average White Americans.But it seems no one really knows who we are after countless movies,documentaries,news reports,history books,museums ect.No one knows us at all.Tonight we will prove this.We will talk about the attacks on the Honorable Dr Umar Johnson as he is dedicated his life for the betterment of our people,by rouge hippos in the Black Lesbian community parroting for their Liberal Establishment benefactors.I believe this college he wants to build is essential to realizing our vision for a nation of our own.The fact that he is being attacked and Pan Africanism and any Black empowerment,traditionalism and Black culture are also being attacked.
Tonight we will introduce new termonolgy.Establishment Media and how to identify whether a blogger is a plant of the Establishment Media or are they part of the grassroot activism.There is an effort to silence Black alternative media,in order to incorporate it into the Left or Right Wing Establishment Media's agenda.So who are we?What is our purpose?Are we to live on the Democrat or Republican Plantations forever?Tonight we may have an important guest on.Mr David Alexander Hitt of the IAAC to discuss nationalism in 2014.
Your host Jeremy York is back with all the big news, notes, and updates! How big is the Babin release? He has an update on the newest game in Jacksonville. With MJD in Oakland, how does the Running Back position line up for this season? Plus, he's joined by special guest and all around Coolest Cat around, Jaxson DeVille!
Jennifer Gardella, PhD, is a social media consultant and the owner of Your Social Media Hour (www.yoursocialmediahour.com) a website providing full social media support to small businesses.
Jennifer is also the proud owner and writer of NJ Divorce Mom (http://njdivorcedmoms.blogspot.com/) where she shares her life experiences and musings as a single mom, raising three daughters and dating in the 40+ world.
Jennifer met her “special someone” while in the world of online dating and while very quiet about the actual relationship has a wealth of experience to share. Working closely with Sandy, Jennifer has honed her “woman of high value attributes” and approaches her life as wanting a romantic relationship - not needing one - for fulfillment. She will be sharing her thoughts about how social media impacts relationships.
My guest will be Liza Horan. Liza is a digital strategy executive whose media career switched from print editorial to the online space in 1995, when she launched TENNIS.com for The New York Times Co. After leading the creative and business sides for 10 years, she founded Media Moxie to provide digital strategy and communications for a variety of clients in consumer and B2B sectors across several industries. Employers and clients include ESPN, software companies, retailers, and entertainment brands. Her specialty is aligning content strategy and digital product development with business goals. The ultimate win, she says, is building audience size, quality and engagement (quality interactions). Liza earned her master's degree in strategic communications from Columbia University and her bachelor's degree from Mount Saint Mary's University. She can be reached at Liza@MediaMoxie.com.