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Founder/President of I.M.A.C. Conferences, Jeff Robinson is a minister, vocalist, entrepreneur. life coach and motivational speaker. Jeff says "My purpose is to Educate, Inspire and Entertain everyone I come in contact with!"
Jeff is a native of Chicago, IL. He has found work as a Choir Director, Vocalist, Musican, Songwriter and Clinician. He has done LIVE background work for: Patti LaBelle, Ledisi, Regina Bell, Ashford and Simpson, James Ingram, Dionne Warwick, Melba Moore, Vesta, Kirk Franklin, Carmen, Karen Clark and the list goes on and on.
Every Sunday morning, you can see Jeff on BET as one of the lead Tenors of the Bobby Jones Nashville Super Choir.
In 1999, Mr. Robinson founded the I.M.A.C. Conferences, a "faith-based" institution that provides a platform for academic, artistic, professional and spiritual development. I.M.A.C. has showcased many unheard artist who now have a major presence in the industry: some include RiZen, Z'iel, Earnest Pugh and Nikki Ross to name a few.
I.M.A.C. Conferences will have a presence this year at the 30th Annual Stellar Awards with events going on March 26th...I.M.A.C. Industy Summit.
Go to www.imacconferences.org for more details
Source Nation!! Tune in as our Resident Financial Advisor Tyrone S. Mitchell shares tips to help us gain POWER over our finances. Tonight Tyrone will discuss, CREDIT ALERT: A review of recent changes and how it can affect you.Be sure to tune in as Tyrone shares tips in keeping your Credit in good standing
In the second hour, join Host Ami Smith for SRN World News as she welcomes Jeff Robinson Founder of IMAC Conferences.
I.M.A.C., a subsidiary of Jet Foundation was started in 1999 by Jeff Robinson as a ‘faith-based’ institution that provides a platform for academic, artistic, professional and spiritual development. I.M.A.C. is a non-denominational/multi-cultural institution! I.M.A.C. is open to ALL individuals involved in ‘faith-based’ arts and ministries. I.M.A.C. is also open to secular organizations/entities that are looking for an institution that provides educational and networking opportunities! This includes but not limited to: Pastors, Entrepreneurs, Singers/Speakers, Music Industry Personalities, Professional/Independent Recording Artists, Songwriters, Ministers, Laymen, Youth/Teen-Agers, Church Leaders/Members, and more!
In the third hour, join Host K. LaShea for The Great Grio as she welcomes Aminota Umoja into the studio.
Aminata, is the founder of Kilombo Academic and Cultural Institute. Kilombo is an academically rigorous, culturally relevant, spiritually grounded independent school committed to social justice. Kilombo educates children from Kindergarten through 8th grade. Aminata’s areas of focus include developing Data Coaches and high-performing Data Teams, helping struggling readers achieve success, equity, culturally relevant curriculum and pedagogy, differentiated instruction, transforming schools into professional learning communities, and inquiry science for elementary and middle school students.
Gospel is flourishing with new talent and
Keesha Rainey, an up and coming artist from Nashville, TN, is using every opportunity available to show America what she’s got! She started singing at the age of 6 and has blossomed into a prominent songwriter and vocalist with national recognition.
Keesha is currently working on her second CD and just recently won the Blockbuster Showdown “Upcoming Artist Award” and was also nominated for the Gospel Music City Awards. She’s set records on internet radio as a new artist holding the number one spot and there is simply no stopping her now.
At every opportunity she enjoys listening to great music and is inspired by Mali Music, Mary Mary, Rachelle Ferrell, Jill Scott and others. Keesha enjoys many styles and has a genuine appreciation for various forms of music. As an artist, she would love to collaborate with Deitrick Haddon in the future.
When she started her adult musical journey, she worked on practicing and perfecting her own gift and God opened the door and allowed her to connect with Donnie & Darryl Frierson, lead singers of the Gospel quartet group, the Joy Boyz.
One of the biggest stages she has stepped onto was in 2011 when she made her worldwide television debut on Bobby Jones Gospel. Described as one of the most exciting things that ever happened to her, Keesha says that she is forever grateful for Dr. Jones. Their connection actually happened when Keesha was ministering at the IMAC Conference in Hendersonville, TN in 2010. Dr. Jones happened to be sitting on the front row when she performed and after she sang, he exclaimed to her “You’re a star!” From that, she was invited to come and be part of his show and the rest is history.
After years of enjoying some of the most secure machines online, lately the vaunted Mac has gotten some worms in its core. Everyone from CBS correspondent Sharyl Attkisson to 17,000 Macs that were recently infected with botnets were reported on media sources. To make matters worse, on October 21, Apple posted a security warning for users of its iCloud online storage service amid reports of a concerted effort to steal passwords and other data from people who use the popular service in China. Even a trio of Google security engineers chimed in by revealong how a design flaw in SSL (Secure Socket Layer) 3.0 could be exploited by criminals. Those hackers could use POODLE to steal browser session cookies, then use the cookies to impersonate victims at websites where they make online purchases, receive email or store files in cloud services. So if you are a mac user, you need to tune into this episode of Working the Web to Win before you come down with a Big Mac Attack.
I really don't have the voice to do my show today. It's unfortunate because I really want to expose what Apple announced today. I say that not in a good way. Here's what I don't understand:
- Why are they selling iPad starting with 16GB?
- How can they justify a $100 price difference between iPad mini 2 and 3 for only one feature? (Touch ID)
- Why isn't iPad mini 3 using 802.11ac?
- What's wrong with their streaming capabilities?
- Why would anyone really spend $100 more on iPad mini 3
- The new iMac with 5K Retina is lust worthy. I want one and now have a reason to own one.
- Everyone should upgrade to Yosemite next week, after iOS 8.1 is released
- If you have a Mac that's 3 years old, you will NOT be able to use Continuity!
That's all I can think of right now. I'm sure iPad Air 2 is amazing to use and I can't wait to see one in person. Call into the show and let me hear your thoughts about what what Apple announced today.
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Joining co-hosts Terry Boi, Ina and Michelle on “Can We Talk for REAL” Blog Talk Radio Wednesday, June 25th will be another Outstanding Youth Leader and Esteem Award Winner David Bridgeforth an influential voice in the LGBT community and a renaissance man. Celebrated public speaker, personal life coach, poet, television personality, Publisher and Editor-In-Chief of a national magazine, noted gay rights activist, and essayist, Mr. Bridgeforth has come a long way in a very short time since his October 15, 1987 birth, in Voorhees, New Jersey. His professional speaking career began at the age of 16, when he caught the attention of Les Brown and was invited to tour nationally with the world-renown communicator. Then at 22, Maya Angelou affirmed his status as a poet when, at her North Carolina home, he presented her with a piece specifically written by him to celebrate her 81st birthday. Since then, he’s been a much sought after poet, performing his work throughout the country. When in college David opened up publicly about his sexuality and began doing grass roots work in Indianapolis’ LGBT community, assuming the position of Entertainment and Events Chairman for the state's annual Black Pride celebration and conducting safe sex and HIV/AIDS awareness promotional campaigns for Brothers United Indianapolis. Now David Bridgeforth is the highly acclaimed and nationally distributed DBQ Magazine, for which he serves as Publisher and Editor-In-Chief won the coveted Media Award from the Indiana Minority Aids Coalition (IMAC). Mr. Bridgeforth is also the youngest individual ever inducted into the International Federation of Black Pride's "Black LGBT Hall of Fame”.
Ken Segall, the marketing genius who put the "i" in iMac, iTunes and other Apple products, has worked with some of the world's largest corporations, including BMW, IBM and Intel. Join Ken and Kelly as they talk about how focus and simplicity can bring new power to your brand.
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Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ interviews Kevin Wippermann of http://wiplabs.com/ about iMacompanion. It's an easy front USB Access for iMac paving the way for a hassle-free and convenient USB connection from your device to your iMac.
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i Artist Presents -
The talented Kevo Desh joins A Touch of Grace on the afternoon of Thursday, 5/1/2014, at 1:30PM [Pacific Standard Time] to discuss his vast creative endevors. To listen to the show click the link, or: ON DAY OF SHOW ONLY: Call in to speak with the host 347-215-7169.
A Little Bit More About Kevo Desh:
I refined my love for film as a employee at Erol’s Video club in the early 80′s. In 1986, I enrolled in college at NSU. By 1989, I was a communications major. In 1990, I launched my first record label (Prime Cut Records) which signed the now world famous Missy Elliot and her girl group “FAYZE”. I stepped behind the camera for the first time, directing my first music video. In 2004 wrote my first novel entitled “The Barber Game”, I converted it into a script entitled “EVERY IDLE WORD” in 2008. In 2011 I purchased a canon T2i 6 primes, an iMac, and Final Cut Pro X and produced my 1st short film “EVERY IDLE WORD”.
Kevin D. Rodgers Aka Kevo Desh
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Join Sam Garcia Jr and Tyler Johnson as they get to speak with Matt Pederson about 2 topics he is passionate about.
Is now a Sr. Editor of AMAZONAS and CORAL Magazines, as well as an Associate Publisher with the parental company, Reef To Rainforest Media, LLC.
Matt has been a marine aquarist for 27 years, and an aquarist for 32+. After spending time on every side of the aquarium industry (retail, commercial and private maintenance & installation, wholesale, importing and hatchery work), he currently considers himself a "professional hobbyist" - when pressed, he would tell you he is not really part of the aquarium industry these days, but part of the publishing industry!
Most recently, Matt has currently spawned 28 species of marine fish, successfully raising 10 of them to date including one worldwide first (the Harlequin Filefish, Oxymonacanthus longirostris), as well as attempted another 6 invertebrate species to date. Matt’s extensive experience with freshwater fish was primarily focused on Rift Lake Cichlids in the 1990’s, but in the last 2 years has focused on the genus Pterophyllum (Angelfish) as well as Betta species and domesticated forms.
In 2009, Matt was awarded "Aquarist of the Year" honors by both IMAC West and MASNA in recognition of his accomplishments and contributions to the marine aquarium hobby. Matt continues to contribute to the aquarium hobby to this day. His articles have been published in Coral, Koralle, Practical Fish Keeping, Marine Habitat, Reef Hobbyist Magazine, Reefs.com, Advanced Aquarist, Reef Builders, Reef2Rainforest.com, and most recently, Amazonas Magazine.
He currently sits on the MBI (Marine Breeding Initiative) Council, a project dedicated to bringing the concept of a unified Marine Breeder's Award Program to hobbyist organizations across the country and around the globe.