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  • 00:17

    AGEM Advantage News: Bally Technologies

    in Business

    2 p.m. CST
     
    Featured in the February issue of Casino Enterprise Management, Ramesh Srinivasan, the recently promoted president and COO at Bally Technologies, will now share his story over the air. Noting that “change is coming” and he wants to be sure “Bally is nimble enough to change quickly when it comes,” Srinivasan will talk about his plans for the games and systems divisions of the company.

  • 00:17

    New Media Matters: Bally Technologies

    in Business

    11 a.m. CDT
     
    Tune in as Bally Technologies' Social Media Manager Riley Meredith shares the tricks of his trade. From Twitter and Facebook, to YouTube and LinkedIn, hear how the game creators remain visible, current and engaged on multiple platforms. Meredith will talk to CEM about Bally’s social media goals and what makes an online initiative coherent and successful.   

  • 00:59

    Metalsmith BenchTalk Past Favorites with Boris Bally

    in Art

    This Thursday, January 2nd at 3 p.m. PST/6EST, we'll be airing one of our favorite MetalSmith BenchTalk episodes from the archvies: a 2012 chat with artist Boris Bally of bally humanufactured, LLC. 
     
    Bio: Boris Bally’s award-winning work is a disciplined body of objects which vary from eccentric through formal to humorous; provoking thought and reflecting some of the distortions of our ordered world. His practice is a near transparent amalgam of the skills of an able industrial designer, a gifted craftsperson, a savvy business man, a discriminating sculptor, and a clever cultural critic.
     
    Bally is a working artist - someone who has integrated their studio practice, their means of monetary support, and his family into a seamless (sleepless?) lifestyle that is puncutated by the dissected remains of streetsigns. His current body of work transforms recycled street signs, weapon parts, and a wide variety of found materials into objects for reflection. These pieces celebrate raw American street-aesthetic in the form of objects, often useful, for the home and the body.
     
    Bally is the recipient of the 2006 Individual Achievement Award for the Visual Arts presented by the Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island. Bally's work has received two Rhode Island Council on the Arts Fellowships in Design and a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Craft. His work is featured in numerous international exhibitions and publications.
     
    For more about Boris, visit http://www.borisbally.com.

  • 00:11

    AGEM Advantage News: G2E Preview: Bally Technologies

    in Business

    Guest: Dan Savage, Bally Technologies
    As G2E quickly approaches, we’re focusing our AGEM Advantage News shows on AGEM member companies and what they’ll be featuring at the biggest show of the year. The Global Gaming Expo will be held in Las Vegas Oct. 4-6, and each company is sure to have exciting new products, announcements and innovations. This week, we feature Bally Technologies. We’ll get a chance to chat with Vice President of Marketing, Dan Savage, about what we can expect to see from Bally at G2E. The show will be live and we’ll be taking caller questions!

  • 01:53

    To be Unified.........

    in Culture

    On Todays show we will be joined by National Recording Artist ..." Bally " To discuss his new CD and his upcoming performance at the first ever , J Radio Show Night at Zoes Coffee House  Gastonia NC  , Thursday August the 7th. Also we will be joined by National Gospel Hip Hop Artist , "Minister T " to discuss his upcoming performance at the 2nd Annual Independent Artist Festival....and will also discuss the state of the School and what it will take to ensure a successful future for our youth.. All this and much much more while you are live n the  Day Wit J !!!!!

  • 02:25

    An Interview with Bodybuilding Legend Bill Grant

    in Fitness

    Bill is a Mr. America and Mr. World, President and owner of Bill Grant Nutrition and the Next Generation of Sports and Performance Nutrition.


    He has over 40 years of professional experience in bodybuilding, health and fitness. His multi-faceted and enthusiastic approach and concepts for building a total fitness package that appeals to every athlete, from novice to professional. His lifetime commitment is dedicated to maintaining a healthy lifestyle in today’s world.


    Bill’s many credits include producing and hosting his own successful Comcast Cable television fitness program and radio show on WEVD 1050-AM “Fit for Life” with a combined monthly audience of over 1.5 million people. Each show focused on all aspects of fitness, sports medicine, and diet while incorporating expert guest speakers in the areas of total fitness and nutrition.


    He has appeared in numerous movies (ABC’s Friday Night Movie of the Week, Hustler of Muscle Beach and the new release of Pumping Iron starring Arnold Schwarzenegger), theatrical productions, television shows (Runaway Train and Smokey Robinson Review) and commercials (Toyota, McDonald’s, Bally’s/Jack Lalane). He has appeared on ABC, CBS, CNN, WOR, ESPN, Fox News, "The Big Story" with Rita Cosby and is also featured in a new ebook called “Fit Over 40” . His articles and interviews in health and fitness magazines worldwide easily identify him as the perfect spokesperson for a vigorous exercise program, proper nutrition and a healthy attitude.


    Bill received a lifetime achievement award from Bodybuilding.com for his dedication and never ending contributions to the sport of Bodybuilding and the Muscle Beach Hall of Fame award presented by Iron Man Magazine.


    Bill is active in numerous community and charitable organizations including the Metropolitan YMCAs of the Oranges Kids Care Club and many more!


     


     

  • 01:01

    Eps 14 - Interview: Raymond Bally ~ alt rock composer, singer, guitarist

    in Music

    Interview with songwriter, guitarist, singer Raymond Bally who shares the music of his band The Renegades & the unusual working situation with fellow musician Hans Bally of Sweden. Includes a preview from his forthcoming album "Faker".

  • 00:47

    Feature: HOT Awards

    in Business

    On this feature show we will be discussing the Hospitality Operations Technology (HOT) Awards, a set of awards that CEM puts out annually. We will be joined by representatives from the winning companies to go over their products. Also joining the show will be several individuals that judged the products submitted for the awards. Join us to hear more about these stellar, winning products!

  • 01:00

    Metalsmith BenchTalk on BlogTalkRadio with Boris Bally

    in Art

    My Guest this Thursday, May 3rd at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is artist Boris Bally of bally humanufactured, LLC. 
      Bio: Boris Bally’s award-winning work is a disciplined body of objects which vary from eccentric through formal to humorous; provoking thought and reflecting some of the distortions of our ordered world. His practice is a near transparent amalgam of the skills of an able industrial designer, a gifted craftsperson, a savvy business man, a discriminating sculptor, and a clever cultural critic.    Bally is a working artist - someone who has integrated their studio practice, their means of monetary support, and his family into a seamless (sleepless?) lifestyle that is puncutated by the dissected remains of streetsigns. His current body of work transforms recycled street signs, weapon parts, and a wide variety of found materials into objects for reflection. These pieces celebrate raw American street-aesthetic in the form of objects, often useful, for the home and the body.   Bally is the recipient of the 2006 Individual Achievement Award for the Visual Arts presented by the Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island. Bally's work has received two Rhode Island Council on the Arts Fellowships in Design and a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Craft. His work is featured in numerous international exhibitions and publications.   For more about Boris, visit http://www.borisbally.com.

  • 01:00

    Metalsmith BenchTalk Past Favorites with Boris Bally

    in Art

     
    This Thursday, September 6th at 3 p.m. PDT/6EDT, we'll be airing one of our favorite recent MetalSmith BenchTalk episodes with artist Boris Bally of bally humanufactured, LLC.    Bio: Boris Bally’s award-winning work is a disciplined body of objects which vary from eccentric through formal to humorous; provoking thought and reflecting some of the distortions of our ordered world. His practice is a near transparent amalgam of the skills of an able industrial designer, a gifted craftsperson, a savvy business man, a discriminating sculptor, and a clever cultural critic.   Bally is a working artist - someone who has integrated their studio practice, their means of monetary support, and his family into a seamless (sleepless?) lifestyle that is puncutated by the dissected remains of streetsigns. His current body of work transforms recycled street signs, weapon parts, and a wide variety of found materials into objects for reflection. These pieces celebrate raw American street-aesthetic in the form of objects, often useful, for the home and the body.   Bally is the recipient of the 2006 Individual Achievement Award for the Visual Arts presented by the Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island. Bally's work has received two Rhode Island Council on the Arts Fellowships in Design and a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in Craft. His work is featured in numerous international exhibitions and publications.   For more about Boris, visit http://www.borisbally.com.

  • 00:13

    TEAM LEFTJAB BOXING RADIO-GLEN TAPIA-5/12/14

    in Sports

    The Jersey Boy Glen Tapia is back and visits Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to tell us about his upcoming fight June 14 at Bally's in Atlantic City New Jersey.Coming off his only loss last year to James Kirkland,Tapia is back with new trainer Freddie Roach and eager to get back on the winning track.Check it out and thank you for listening.