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Dr. Rick Forbus and Coach Elliott Robinson, JD discuss the extremely fluid international jobs market and factors that play into corporation relocation decisions with Solange Warner, President of Ashton Consulting and the Founder of the World Chamber of Commerce (WCC) in Atlanta, GA.
Solange Warner has dedicated her passion to cultivating international communciation, collaboration and trade. After succesfully starting Ashton International Firm she founded the only Chamber of Commerce that facilitates international communication and collaboration. The World Chamber of Commerce has generated more regional and national business ventures, growth and trade than any other Chamber. Solange shares how she did it, why she did it and what she's doing next. Join Us! If you miss it Live
As East's reputation grew on the L.A. session scene, so did his job calls. From that point on, East worked consistently. He toured with Loggins appearing with the singer at Live Aid in 1985. Eric Clapton heard Nathan and invited him to join his band. With keyboardist Greg Phillinganes and drummer Phil Collins, they toured the world over and performed multiple concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall which resulted in the release of Clapton's "24 Nights" CD, (1988). With Clapton, he would go on to record numerous CD's including Journeyman, August, Behind The Sun, Pilgrim, Reptile and the Multi-Grammy Award winning multi-platinum Clapton MTV Unplugged CD.In 1990, while in the studio recording Bob James' Grand Piano Canyon album, the keyboardist asked East, Lee Ritenour, and Harvey Mason if they'd be interested in forming a group where each member would be an equal partner and could contribute songs. James, who at the time held an executive position at Warner Bros.' jazz A&R department, got them a deal with the label; a couple of months later, the group now known as Fourplay began recording their debut album. Their first record, 1991′s Fourplay, sold over a million copies and remained at the number one position on Billboard's contemporary jazz charts for 33 weeks. Their next LP, 1993′s Between the Sheets, reached number one, went gold, and received a Grammy nomination. In 1995, their third gold album, Elixir, inherited the number one position from Kenny G's Breathless and remained on the charts for more than 90 weeks. Fourplay's 4 album entered the jazz charts at number one when guitarist Larry Carlton joined the band. Now, after fifteen years together, nine CD's and 5 Grammy nominations, Fourplay's X CD debuted at number one (Billboard Contemporary Jazz) remaining there for more than two months.
My next guest is Peter Quinn, who joined Time Inc. as the chief speechwriter in 1985 & retired as corporate editorial director for Time Warner in 2007. He received a BA from Manhattan College (1969), an MA in history from Fordham Univ (1974) and was ABD.. He was awarded a Ph.D., honoris causa by Manhattan College (2002). In 1979, he was Governor Carey's chief speechwriter, continuing under Governor Mario Cuomo; he helped craft the Governor’s 1984 Democratic Convention speech & his address at Notre Dame University. His 1994 novel Banished Children of Eve won a 1995 American Book Award. Looking for Jimmy: In Search of Irish America was published in 2007. Colum McCann summed up Quinn's historical detective novels -- Hour of the Cat (2005), The Man Who Never Returned (2010), and Dry Bones (2013) -- as "generous and agile and profound." He co-wrote the 1987 television doc "McSorley’s New York," (NY Emmy for “Outstanding Historical Programming”). He was a commentator in PBS documentaries “The Irish in America;” “New York: A Documentary Film;” “The Life and Times of Stephen Foster,” s the Academy Award-nominated film, “The Passion of Sister Rose.” He was an advisor on Martin Scorcese’s “Gangs of New York.” He helped conceive/script the 6-part doc “The Road to the White House,” which aired on TG4 in Ireland (2009). Quinn was editor of The Recorder: The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society (1986 to 1993). He has articles/reviews in The NY Times, Commonweal, America, American Heritage, Catholic Historical Review, Philadelphia Enquirer, L.A. Times, Eiré-Ireland. He is on the advisory boards of the American Irish Historical Society, NYU's Gluckman Ireland House, and the Tenement Museum. He is a co-founder of Irish American Writers & Artists.http://www.newyorkpaddy.com
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Football Hotbed is the nation's leading youth football news source. It's the only media outlet in the country dedicated to covering only youth football from ages 5-15. With its roots in South Florida, Hotbed Radio hit the airwaves in August of 2011 and broadcasts year round. In January of 2013, the show went national in its focus, choosing to display the great wealth of youth football talent throughout the United States. Next stop, the world...because after all, it's a Hotbed World! Join us Monday's at 8:30 p.m. EST and online. Hosts Brandon Odoi, Ivory Durham and King Digga along with a cadre of other youth football experts join us every week.
Tonight on our show we will talk about the Toronto and Carolina games. We will also talk about the return of Kris Letang to the Penguins lineup and te desicion to keep Olli Maata. Special guest Yosh Yohe (Trib Total Media) will join us to discuss a wide-range of topics and Warner Lee will stop by for Warner's corner on an all-new commerical free Pens Iceberg.
Born April 3rd, 1979 in Jacksonville North Carolina, Ira Parker was often misunderstood by family members, friends and classmates. His elementary school teachers learned of his unusual patterns of processing information and his struggle to stay focused. His variations compared to others quickly became the birth of an outcast. Growing up, Ira quickly became magnetized to music and electronic devices. . His ear for creating music production was astonishing with mind blowing detail. Ira has engineered or mixed (artist song features) such as TV's Dr. Steve Perry for Save My Son Episodes, Naughty by Nature's Treach, DJ Esudd (2Chainz Dj), Travis Porter, Marcus Cooper (Formerly known as Pleasure P), Jinx Da Juvy, Waka Flocka Flame, Slim of 112, Rocko, Young Scooter, Kilo (help produced The Miseducation of Lauren Hill), CTE's Blood Raw, Dip Set's Hell Rell, Grand Hustle's Keith Mcmasters, Ricco Barrino, Former Warner Bros. Music Group's Management Bruce Johnson, L.I.V.E. (Warner Bros. Music Group), Shareefa, Prima J and more... Tune in Oct. 28th 6 pm EST. with Host Diandra as she talks with Ira Parker about how he overcame the obstacle of his learning disability to pursue his passion. Letting nothing hold him back. And to share how those seeking to be in the music industry can get their music on mainstream radio and so many other tips needed to be successful in the business.
Today we're joined by Tony LoRe author of In Progress. Yony is the president and founder of Youth Mentoring Connection, a non-profit youth services organization he founded in 2000 that brings caring adults into the lives of at risk youth in the Los Angeles area.
Tony is also the author of the nationally recognized “2 Minute Mentor Tips,” an e-mail campaign serving over 2000 mentors with on-going mentoring assistance/training.
In 1997, the Board of Communities in Schools in Los Angeles issued a challenge to “come and do your life’s work.” Tony heard the call and sold his business to dedicate his life to helping kids. He now spends all of his time and energy dedicated to connecting youth with mentors in their community with worksite mentoring programs with organizations such as HBO, Warner Bros. Studios, Rhino Records, Shout! Factory, and Paramount Studios.
Tony's website www.YouthMentoringConnection.org assists those who are looking to help keep children in school through youth mentoring. 90%.
Today, Tony will try to provide us with tips and infomation we can use to help stem the drop out rate including:
Five thing you can do to keep your child from dropping out of school
Five tips for keeping communication open with your teens
Five expectations parents should have of their child’s educators
Tracie Dean Ponder Tracie Dean Ponder has worked in the entertainment industry for over a decade as an award-winning writer, director and producer -- in the independent, network and studio sectors alike. Her background includes stints at Warner Bros. Studios, Paramount, Fox Sports, and Harpo Productions. Through her boutique production company - Ponder This Productions - founded in 2004, she has written, directed and produced film, television, and on-line projects in addition to live events. Tracie has served as a producer for several reality television shows on BET Networks and her extensive knowledge spans from development, production, and post-production as well as marketing and distribution. Tracie has worked with a host of celebrity and notable talent. Most recently she served as executive producer of television show Real Music Live and RML Beyond The Stage, which aired on NBC and NBC Non-Stop respectively. She has managed and led film and television crews both small and large across the country. Tracie attended New York University earning a Bachelor of Arts with a dual degree in English and Philosophy, De Paul University receiving a Master of Art degree in Liberal Studies and UCLA receiving a Certificate in Film, Television, Video and New Media. Tracie has also studied directing under the veteran actress and director Lilyan Chauvin. She is currently the founder and CEO of Genius In Motion, Inc. which is creating an online social-business and entertainment network for multicultural talent in the film, television, and advertising industries.