Cathy Hughes is the founder of Radio One. She has been in business for over 35 years and is considered an industry icon. Here she shares her knowledge and lessons along the way that has made her one fo the most respected leaders in the broadcasting industry. She gives great tips to entrepreneurs and people of color rising through the ranks.
Quite often we feel the need to tell others about our goals and plans. That's a big mistake...Here's why... (check out podcast. Make a donation to this podcast so that we can produce more vignettes about life and the pursuit of success.
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When you hear the term investment, the first thing you think of is monetary, but investing can also be investing in yourself, your children, your health, your fugure, your education, time and more. Basically it means putting a little bit in now to hopefully get a lot more out in the future. In other words a small term loss for long-term gain. Is that guaranteed? But No just like the old lottery commercial says “you got to be in it to win it.” Investing of any kind requires four things; accountability, research, dedication and patience. It is not impossible to teach yourself to have all for these things simultaneously. When we come back were going to talk about renting vs owning.
On this segment of the radiofacts radio show podcast, were talking about investing with your money.
This is the week to take a leap of faith to start the process and go in the direction that you have been wanting to go in for a long time. Ask the Question to get the answer, motivation to get you started... from Pennies from Kevin
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On this episode of the Radio Facts Podcast we talk to two industry vets about working in today's music industry. Jay Salter is a producer as well as a DJ who has a current hit in the often exclusive EDM world with singer Dominque and another version featuring Make it Last Forever's Jacci Mcghee. They both talk about adapting to today's industry but at the same time remembering the lessons they learned early on. I'm sure you will enjoy this podcast.
This Radio Facts podcast talks about the often ignored mental illnesses in the Black community.
In This Episode of the Radio Facts Radio Show... we talked to Coco Brother who is back after the hiatus of nearly two years as hip hop’s spiritual radio personality – CoCo Brother. His brainchild this time out is Radio Condrey, his own syndication company, with the first show – “CoCo Brother Live: The Weekend” and he's accomplished quite a bit since his time off. But what made him walk feom such a successful show 2 years ago? He has a very interesting story to tellon this episode of the Radio Facts Radio Show podcast. Enjoy
Those in the music industry are very much aware of Rushion’s McDonalds position as the man who has brokered major deals for Steve Harvey including his first major radio agreement with Radio One in Los Angeles, Steve’s current deal with Premiere/IHeartmedia for the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning show. Rushion also brokered deals for Steve’s best selling books Act Like a Lady, Think Like a man, Straight Talk No Chaser, he is responsible for brokering the deals for the hit movies based on the books. He helped to negotiate the deal with Family Feud and many more deals along with Attorney Ricky Anderson when Steve and Rushion decided to become business partners over 20 years ago. In this podcast Rushion gives great advice and points out many mistakes people make in the process of attempting to reach their goals as well as his best advice to avoid pitfalls. I greatly hope that you walk away from this great segment of The Radio Facts Radio Show more equipped for success. We’re featuring one of the most respected men in the industry, the multi talented, creative brand liason and broker Rushion McDonald.
In this GREAT episode we cover a lot of ground. We talk about Billboard’s charts, the letter on Raprehab.com The biggest mistakes artists make. Black ownership/White Leadership. Shut up and do something etc. Hear our personal conversation about the industry. Hosted by Kevin Ross, Paul Porter, Jamillah Muhammed, Dwayne McClary and The Poetess.
In this brand new episode we admit last week's episode sucked (lol) and we kick it up a notch discussing everything from the hypocrisy surrounding white on black crime vs black and black crime. We talk about urban radio abandoning the community by killing news, we talk about what types of people we fear when walking down the street. We also talk about the continued disconnect of young black people to black history in this great episode of The Radio Fact Radio Show. Hosted by Kevin Ross, and with guest hosts: Paul Porter, Jamillah Muhammad, The Poetess and Dwayne McClary. Questions or comments? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org