BlogTalkRadio welcomes Seth Godin, marketing guru and agent of change, to the IABC ConferenceCast. Godin’s blog, books and presentations are revered in the industry for their insight and creativity. Today he shares some of that with BlogTalkRadio.
Seth Godin is a renowned speaker. Keynoting this summer at the IABC 2008 International Conference, Seth joins Shel Holtz today at Noon ET (click to listen), for an exclusive interview about his upcoming appearance in June.
Among other things, Godin is author of ten books that have been bestsellers around the world, including The New York Times business book bestseller list. Godin is also a contributing editor at Fast Company, holds an MBA from Stanford, and was called “the Ultimate Entrepreneur for the Information Age” by Business Week.
His latest book, Purple Cow, was a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. It’s all about how companies can transform themselves by becoming remarkable.
McLendon-Covey is known for her role as Deputy Clementine Johnson on Comedy Central’s Reno 911!, a role – the good Doctor tells us – which awarded her #10 on Maxim magazine’s TV’s Best Nymphos list. She’ll also be talking about Cops 4 Causes, a charity organization whose kick off party she’ll be hosting this Thursday.
Also on the program, the band Bag of Toys helps celebrate this weekend’s unofficial beginning of summer and Jen Lancaster, author of “Such a Pretty Fat.”
BlogTalkRadio welcomes Grammy Award Winning Songwriter & Producer Harold Lilly. Harold won his first Grammy for co-writing the Alicia Keys hit, “You Don’t Know My Name” and has worked with her extensively since then. Today at 6pm ET (click to listen), as Harold Lilly joins The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show for an exclusive interview.
In just six short years, the 27 year old has gone from working in a hardware store to winning a Grammy. It was in 1999 that Lilly quit his day job to pursue music full time. Within the year, his talent had caught the ear of EMI Music Publishing’s Senior Vice President, Big Jon Platt and by January 2000 he was signed to a publishing deal without ever having a face to face meeting.
Though he’s consistently created hits for some of music’s hottest names, including Luther Vandross (“Take You Out”), Angie Stone (“Brother”), Brandy (“Talk About Our Love”), and Fantasia (“Baby Mama”), Lilly’s sound doesn’t stay the same; it varies from track to track, ensuring that he will only continue to hone his skills and grow as an artist. Tune in to hear more today.
Actress, model and former female wrestler Lana Kinnear is
Somewhere in Vegas today.
Today at 8pm ET (click to listen), Lana Kinnear joins MarQ to talk about being in “Iron Man” and her roles in major tv shows and movies. Lana’s list of credits include WWF Raw, Mr. Show with Bob and David, Pay it Forward, Women of Wrestling, CBS’ Las Vegas, and now Iron Man. Get the inside scoop today.
Founder and President of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, and Founder of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Jan Scruggs, will join the Smithsonian Channel’s David Royle on BlogTalkRadio to discuss Memorial Day and the Smithsonian Channel documentary ‘Remembering Vietnam: The Wall at 25’ tonight at 6pm ET (click to listen).
The Smithsonian Channel and Showtime will celebrate the heroism of the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces this Memorial Day by airing two award-winning documentaries from the Smithsonian Channel, including REMEMBERING VIETNAM: THE WALL AT 25.
Today on BlogTalkRadio get a preview of the documentary, which goes back in time to tell the story of the memorial through the eyes of those who conceived it, those who were instrumental in pushing it through bureaucratic and political resistance, those intimately involved with its 25-year history, and those it honors. Above all, the documentary tells the story of a place that is more than a memorial – – it is a place where old wounds are healed.
The documentary will air on the Smithsonian Channel as part of a special weekend of programming on Smithsonian Channel throughout Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-26.
Rutger Hauer, screen and stage actor, director and the man who starred in the critically acclaimed role of the tragically touching replicant Roy Batty in Ridley Scott’s ‘Blade Runner’ joins BlogTalkRadio today.
Dynamic actor RUTGER HAUER (The Hitcher, Blade Runner) joins the Movie Geeks tonight at 6pm ET (click to listen. Hauer, the blonde, blue-eyed, tall and handsome Dutch actor has an international reputation for playing everything from romantic leads to action heroes to sinister villains. He’s discussing his autobiography that just came out in paperback : All Those Moments. Also on the show, director Ryan Piotrowicz (The Project), plus an in depth discussion on Oliver Stone’s upcoming film “W.”
Famous comedienne, bestselling author, television and movie star, Margaret Cho, will join BlogTalkRadio for a live interview. Margaret Cho is a true entertainment pioneer, from her hosting the True Colors Tour with 80s icons Cyndi Lauper, Debbie Harry & Erasure to her live variety show featuring vaudevillian burlesque and comedy.
This year Margaret is returning to her stand-up roots with a brand new tour, Beautiful, about which was written:
“Of course, it wasn’t her beauty or lessons of being beautiful that captured the audience’s attention of a nearly sold-out theater. It was her comical anecdotes on political issues such as Iraq, sex scandals, prostitution and immigration that induced the entire laugh-filled evening.” The Rebel Yell