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We are still continuing with our "Women Making History" radio series and this is the third installement of the series! This week we have blogger Lissa Marie creator of Lissa Marie we will get to chat with her on how she entered the blogging world. Some of the pits and falls that bloggers some times come across and advice to people who want to create their own platform and need some motivation, and all the other juciy stuff in between!
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Dorm Room Television is doing a special radio series every Sunday in the month of March, "Women Making History" in honor of Women's History Month. To kick things off our first guest is book author Rasheeda White. You will hear how she got her start and how she is making waves in the book industry.
Dorm Room Television is doing a special radio series every Sunday in the month of March, "Women Making History" in honor of Women's History Month. This Sunday we will interview photographer and owner of M. Jones Imaging Myahdellese Jones. You will hear how she got her start and how she turned her passion into a business.
Transportation reporter Dave Forster joins Pilot Radio to discuss issues with billing. Forster has been following the issue of the region’s first large-scale venture into all-electronic tolling for the last eight months. On Tuesday, Sept. 23, The Virginian-Pilot published a story that outlined the various challenges - at least a half dozen - that motorists have exprienced since the venture went into effect eight months ago.
Join Dave at 11 a.m. Tuesday to talk about the tolls and what motorists can do to help themselves.
Dorm Room Television is doing a special radio series every Sunday in the month of March, "Women Making History" in honor of Women's History Month. This Sunday we will interview radio personality, motivaitonal speaker, and youth worker Adriana "Adriv" Gamble. You will hear how she got her start in radio as well as how she has created a brand for herself that is allowing her to branch out into motivational speaking, clothing, and helping the youth in her community.
Frank Santos and Andy Flint launch the pilot episode of the No Look Pass Podcast, where they tell you what to expect from the podcast going forward while also sticking to an annual tradition of the positional drafts. Natrually, they start with the point guards for the pilot episode and will draft all positions before the start of the 2015-2016 NBA season.
Be sure to tune in every Sunday at 630-7pm for the No Look Pass Podcast and follow the guys on twitter @NLPPodcast
Television is not good these days it promotes crazness and has destroyed many lives, marriages, and families. Yes television is not good today. If they would allow cooking channels for local tv or how to do something constructive fine and good. But reality shows and other garbage hould be banded.
Yet the ways people have decided to live their lives is not televisions fault. Many like murder, stealing, and hate. So Television give these kind of people what they are looking for in bad areas. People make their own choices and many choose what is evil.
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There have been a ton of speculation and announcements when it comes to the comic book world as it meets television and movies. Let us take a good look at some of these things and try to flip the rumor mill on its side. Video games aren't exempt either just think of this as a reimagining of whe weekly nerd news!
Good bad or indifferent our opinions may differ but please feel free to call in as I touch different subjects or your favorite topic.
This week ace reporter and producer Jessica Pilot joins me in the studio. We'll find out why she doesn't like to be referred to as a reporter in front of Jeff Goldblum and why she was so annoying when in Los Angeles. We talk about the greatness of rock legend Cyrissie Hynde and her controversial statements in her new book and finally end with a college football prediction. Hello!! It's time! It's a first week of September podcast!!
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