• 00:32

    Marketing Pulpit - Charlotte (MPI-NC)

    in Marketing

     


    Tune in to Sharon Bennett, host of The Marketing Pulpit Radio Show, which airs each Tuesday at  10:30 a.m. (EST).  This week, Sharon will interview recording artist, producer and philanthropist, Dae-Lee and discuss his new album release, "REFLECT".  Dae-Lee's smooth, yet rugged and energetic style,  is very impressive and quite refreshing. 


    The show features an exciting lineup of special guests who tell their success stories and more.


    The Marketing Pulpit Radio Show is the creation of expert marketer, Robert Gatewood MBA, president of Gatewood Marketing.



    The show’s mission is to build strong businesses in the community in order to put people to work.
    The show provides crucial knowledge in the areas of sales, branding, pricing, media buying, Internet, social media, music, entertainment, franchising, networking, event planning, accounting, business development, workforce development, industry trends, business news and more.
    The show offers sponsorships, advertising, membership opportunities, and a robust website for its listeners and visitors.

  • 01:27

    Dae Dae's sibling rivalry with B and Mina

    in Motivation

    How to grow up and solve problems with your siblings without killing each other.

  • 01:08

    Dae Dae's sibling rivalry with B and Mina

    in Motivation

    How to grow up and solve problems with your siblings without killing each other.

  • 01:41

    Dae Dae's sibling rivalry with B and Mina

    in Motivation

    How to grow up and solve problems with your siblings without killing each other.

  • 01:29

    This is OTG - Off The Cuff: When Free time is not FREE & No More Holidays

    in Current Events

    Tuesday … 11/18/14 …( at 11:00 am EST)  I will be hosting a special episode (the first of this kind)  of “On The Grid: Off The Cuff.”  My special guest callers will be ….. YOU.  Yes, you are invited  to call in at (323)792-3071 and tell us what YOU think, concerning the two news stories that hit, earlier this week.  There are disagreeing viewpoints … but is anyone really listening?  If not, maybe it’s because people just aren’t speaking their minds loudly enough for everyone to hear.  THIS is YOUR opportunity to do just that! This is definitely … off the cuff … no scripts, just presenting the facts and listening to the opinions of our callers.    (323)792-3071


    November 10, 2014, it was reported by several news outlets that Christian students at a Colorado public high school … Pine Creek High School in Colorado Springs  … were told they could no longer meet to pray, sing religious songs or discuss topics during free time  … because  (according to the lawsuit) such activity violated the U. S. constitution

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/11/10/school-tells-kids-stop-praying-to-jesus-singing-amazing-grace/


    November 11, 2014, it was reported by several news outlets that Holiday names will be stricken from next year’s Montgomery Co. school calendars, in response to Muslims requesting equal billing to the Muslim holy dae of Eid al-Adha.


    http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/christmas-stricken-from-school-calendar-after-muslims-ask-for-equal-treatment/2014/11/11/f1b789a6-6931-11e4-a31c-77759fc1eacc_story.html

  • 00:31

    Tia Dae talks about her role in "Thick"

    in Entertainment

    Actress Tia Dae talks about her starring role in the fantastic new movie Thick, directed by DC's own Anthony Green, and several other exciting projects.

  • 00:31

    Faceted Gems

    in Radio

    Each month Diane Murray Ward hosts "Faceted Gems." 


    Guests have pursued more than one career path due to their faith and belief in their skills and talents. 


    We are all "faceted gems'. Each of us have gifts,and some gifts require prompting and guidance. Sometimes we need mentors, and less detractors!


    Risk-taking isn't easy, however remaining honest with yourself ,and listening to your inner voice is priceless.


    Join us. . Tonight's guest is Writer/Director Dae Hoon Kim. He is the Director and founder of the Korean American Film Festival and recipient of many accolades including the New Perspectives Award,

  • 01:52

    Shelly Nunchucks song/Sung Bong Choi n Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame

    in Entertainment

    Topic's:


    Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame Fundraiser 


    AND one of Sung Bongs Choi's songs on my show today, finally!!


    Choi Sung Bong was born in Seoul and abandoned in an orphanage at the age of 3. He ran away from the institution two years later because he was ill-treated and beaten by the staff. He took a bus to Dae-Jeon and for 10 years he lived as a “street kid’ among criminals and drug addicts in the red light district, sleeping on stairwells and in public washrooms. He said that he survived by scraping a living by selling chewing gum and energy drinks on the street and in a nightclub.


    While living on the street he was kidnapped by mobsters. He escaped, but he had to return to street life because he had nowhere else to go. Choi was inspired to pursue a career in music when he was 14 years old, after listening to a classical vocalist at the nightclub where he sold chewing gum. He later said that he was particularly fascinated by the sincerity of the vocalist in contrast to the usual type of music heard at the club and tried to find a way to learn music himself by research in an internet cafe. He was refused many times by the music teachers he approached. He later found a teacher, Park Jung-So who, after visiting the place where Choi lived (a worn couch in the night school), agreed to teach him without charge and helped him get into an arts high school at age 16.


     

  • 01:57

    Shelly Nunchucks Show topics Sung Bong Choi/Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame

    in Entertainment

    A few topics: Sung Bong Choi and the Stuntmen's Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame


    Sung Bong Choi was born in Seoul and abandoned in an orphanage at the age of 3. He ran away from the institution two years later because he was ill-treated and beaten by the staff. He took a bus to Dae-Jeon and for 10 years he lived as a “street kid’ among criminals and drug addicts in the red light district, sleeping on stairwells and in public washrooms. He said that he survived by scraping a living by selling chewing gum and energy drinks on the street and in a nightclub.While living on the street he was kidnapped by mobsters. He escaped, but he had to return to street life because he had nowhere else to go. Choi was inspired to pursue a career in music when he was 14 years old, after listening to a classical vocalist at the nightclub where he sold chewing gum. He later said that he was particularly fascinated by the sincerity of the vocalist in contrast to the usual type of music heard at the club and tried to find a way to learn music himself by research in an internet cafe. He was refused many times by the music teachers he approached. He later found a teacher, Park Jung-So


    and


    The Hollywood Stuntmen's Hall of Fame:


    ABOUT THE MUSEUM
    Hundreds of Exhibits of Rare Artifacts and Memorabilia of Stars and Stunt Performers of Motion Pictures and Television, featuring personal items of John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Steve McQueen, and Stunt legends of the movies including Yakima Canutt, Cliff Lyons, Dave Sharpe, Ronnie Rondell and hundreds of others.

  • 00:25

    Faceted Gems

    in Radio

    Opportunities for growth surround us. Sometimes we have to take "a leap of faith" in ourselves to actualize our full potential.


    This monthly program features guests open to discovering their potential. Guests share their experiences towards fulfilling life goals, and career options. While strengthening their skills sets, perhaps they can encourage others!. Please believe that we are all multi-faceted, and gifted. Tonight's guest is writer /director/filmaker Mr. Dae-Hoon Kim. He is the Founder and Director of the annual Korean American Film Festival..


    Join Diane Murray Ward and Dae Hoon Kim tonight.

  • 00:40

    Literary Symposium - Curtiss Robinson

    in Books

    Dreamers Radio is excited to welcome Curtiss Robinson, fantasy author of The Heroes of Dae'Run series!


    Taken from his website:


    "Curtiss Robinson is a popular American author that became a household name shortly after his publication of Protectors of the Vale, the first installment in the Heroes of Dae’run series.


    Currently a soldier in the United States Army, Curtiss has had the opportunity to travel the world and include his first-hand experiences inside the pages of his novels.


    Curtiss is also a lifelong martial artist and RPG enthusiast with each of these hobbies contributing immensely to the action-packed combat scenes and vivid imagery found within The Heroes of Dae’run. It is his love for epic heroes and limitless tales of legend that constantly fuel his love of fantasy writing."


     


    Be sure to check out his social media and snag the first two novels in his series at the below links!


    Website


    Facebook


    Amazon


    Barnes and Noble

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