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  • 00:33

    Buying the Union Label

    in Politics Progressive

    Many of us know the Unions are fighting for 15 dollars as the minium wage. But SEIU endorses Hillary Clinton who openly says that "12 is good enough" How do we come to grips with such stark contradictions and Why is the Unions even giving such endorsments to candidates who don't believe in the fight. It not only happening on the National leve but at local levels also. Down South and Dirty is going to shed some light on this very important issue and also discuss what workers really want from the Unions. So Join Us as we find out who is Buying the Union Label.

  • 01:00

    Using Quality Private Label Rights To Enter And Dominate A Niche

    in Business

    Willie Crawford interviews private label rights expert

    Lisa Gergets on all aspects of using private label
    rights products to enter and dominate a new niche.

    Lisa specializes in researching and identifying highly
    profitable niches, then providing complete website
    packages, where an entrepreneur can literally be
    up and running in a new niche in a matter of hours.

    Lisa produces packages that include website templates,
    keyword research, identifying top sellers in that niche
    on Amazon.com, videos showcasing select affiliate
    products, graphics, etc.

    You can visit Lisa at:

    http://WillieCrawford.com/Lisa1/  to see Fitness PLR


    http://WillieCrawford.com/Lisa2/ to see Outdoor Living PLR

  • Local, Regional or Global Where Should a Indie Label Begin?

    in Music

    Live Tonight from 8pm -10pm Est
    Call: 213.559.2995

    Tonight's Topic: Local, Regional or Global Where Should a Indie Label Begin?

    Of course, if the choices were up to you a Global release of your record would be ideal. Nevertheless, most Indie labels learn rather quickly they are often limited due to a lack of funds to go world renowned from the onset.
    Yes, budget plays a major role when planning the geographical playing field when releasing a record. So it is important to maximize the exposure of Record with a strategic plan in place of how you will market and promote the record.

    Show link:

    UPLOAD your Mp3 at www.hiphopnational.com
    To listen or participate call: 213.559.2995

    Show Date: 10/19/2015

  • 00:30


    in Nutrition


  • 02:01

    EP#3 The Independent Women: is this label appealing or a hindrance to men

    in Entertainment

    Buggsy’s hot topic of the night, is the label “independent Women” appealing or a Hindrance to men?

    Tuesday Night host Buggsy will explore the Good as well as the bad sides that comes with the Label “Independent Women”

    Buggsy will field calls from listeners to get their views. Opinions and experience’s, dealing with the “independent women”

    Buggsy will also deliver the "WORD ON THE STREET" a segment which keeps the listerners upto date with the latest in entertainment, news sports, & fashion worldwide, and "HOT OR NAH" a segment which debuts new music and the callers determine whether or not the song is HOT OR NAH

  • 00:45

    Be the Person, Not an ADHD Label

    in Self Help

    Got ADHD?  In this edition of Attention Talk Radio, host and co-host Jeff Copper and Dr. Kirsten Milliken (http://www.playdhd.com) discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the ADHD label.

    Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.

    Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff, visit http://www.digcoaching.com. 

  • 00:10

    Live Chat with CEO of Spallden Nterprize Indie Label, Mic Ruckazz

    in Music

    Marlon Jones is the CEO & Label Owner of Spallden Nterprize and known professionally as Mic Ruckazz. Marlon Jones was born on August 20, 1974. Mic Ruckazz is an accomplished rap artist that has steadily developed in this genre since the age of fourteen. Mic Ruckazz fluent musical style has be compared to by Fans to be similiar to Kool G Rap, Prodigy of Mobb Deep and Big Daddy Kane. Mic Ruckazz began writing and performing as a teenager in middle school and local talent showcases. 

    For More Info about Spallden Nterprize visit http://revivalmarketingpr.blogspot.com/2015/03/spallden-nterprize-record-label.html

  • 02:07

    Tarence Farrell- Song Writer, Record Producer, Label Owner

    in Music

    As is a songwriter Tarence is known for his clear and honest style of writing and as a producer he creatively brings out the message of the song with the musical elements that surround it.  Tarence is the owner of Levite Music Group LLC, a record label dedicated to Christian based music and he is also the VP of Qhuas Fitness, a Christian based fitness company.

    Tarence's story started when his young parents learned that their newborn child had a heart defect and needed surgery. Through much prayer his parents dedicated Tarence to The Lord and God continues to show him favor even today.

    Tarence was born and raised in queens, NY and began playing the drums at an early age with guidance from his father who was also a drummer.  As his talent matured he began playing for countless churches, groups and solo artists, including a staff position as a percussionist at Harlem School of the Arts.  After a three year musical director position with recording artist By Dezign, Tarence moved to the audio engineering and production side of the music industry.  He continued his passion for music, however only on a part time basis when he released his first project, Instrumental Offerings in 2002.  During that release Tarence was laid off from his job as a technical recruiter at a well know firm. This is when he began to realize that God had plans for him to work full time in the music industry.

    God has blessed Tarence with experience working with countless established and up-and-coming artists/musicians giving him a growing perspective on what works.  Become a part of this amazing journey by connecting with Tarence and the projects he’s a part of.

    Join Us! 917-932-8802.

  • 01:07

    Autism: Beyond The Label

    in Spirituality

    Join Janice this week for an inspiring discussion with Lori Shayew, founder of The Gifts of Autism.  Lori Shayew, M.A. is a global leader in the field of Autism with 20+ years of direct experience with children on the Autism Spectrum. She has worked in the educational system as well as been trained in many popular modalities for Autism including ABA, Floortime, RDI., Behavior Modification. and Parent Coaching.

    As an insightful Intuitive, Lori has always seen the gifts in autism. As a Visionary, Writer and Agent for Change, Lori is known to step outside of the conventional box, and see Autism in a whole new Light.  Lori earned a Masters degree in Spiritual Psychology from the world renowned University of Santa Monica. Through her training she has learned how to empower herself and others by utilizing her innate capacity to laser in on any blockage and give insight to the issue. With her acquired coaching skills and techniques, she gently but boldly guides people on how to effectively and lovingly communicate with those on the spectrum as well as all of the people in their lives… including and most importantly, themselves.

    Lori has a weekly podcast called, Giving a Voice to the Gift Beyond the Label."  www.thegiftsofautism.com   

  • 00:35

    the showtime ent. label

    in Pop Culture

    the showtime lable

  • 00:23

    Jo Stafford, Paul Weston, and Gordon MacRae

    in Podcasting

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records     

     Jo Stafford, Paul Weston, & Gordon MacRae

    Jo Stafford, Paul Weston & His Orchestra ‎Love & the Weather

    Feudin' & Fightin

    Jo Stafford & Gordon MacRae & the Starlighters ‎– Girls Were Made To Take Care of Boys

    My Darling, My Darling

    Jo Stafford I’m my own Grandmaw

    Haunted Heart

     All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com

    Jo Stafford with Paul Weston & His Orchestra ‎Love & the Weather

    Capitol 443 1947

    A:  Love & the Weather

    Irving Berlin

    B: Feudin' & Fightin'

    Vocal Group the Starlighters, Composers Al Dubin, Burton Lane

    Jo Stafford & Gordon MacRae & the Starlighters ‎ Girls Were Made To Take Care of Boys My Darling, My Darling

    15270 Purple Label 1949

     A: Jo Stafford & Gordon MacRae Girls Were Made To Take Care of Boys

    Ralph Blane

    A: Warner Bros. "One Sunday Afternoon".

    B: Jo Stafford & Gordon MacRae & the Starlighters

    My Darling, My Darling

    Frank Loesse

    B New York Musical "Where's Charley?”

    A: Jo Stafford I’m my own Grandmaw

    Purple Label, 15023

    Dwight Latham, Moe Jeffe

    Jo Stafford, Starlighters, Paul Weston’s Mountain Boys

    B: Haunted Heart

    Composers Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz 

    Musical “Inside the USA"