One of the other jobs I have is as Executive Producer of the Nationally Syndicated Money Matters radio show on the Business Talk Radio Network. Occasionally I fill in as the host of the program. [amazonify]B0028EW450[/amazonify]Last week I invited Adiana Kaegi (co-founder of Kid Creole and the Coconuts) to discuss her internet video and promotions business, Dear Addy Productions, and the value of social networking to businesses looking to promote themselves through the new media. She was kind enough to take the time and come to the Montebello Mansion studios to do the show. We also dedicated some time to talk about Adriana’s new album, Tag, from which we used some tracks as “in-bumps” for Money Matters that day. Adriana is a truly amazing person who possesses a vast array of skills, creativity and business sense.
I would like to share that interview with you on the Revenge of the 80s Radio website (commercials edited out). The mp3 is on the bottom of this post.
Some of you might remember that Money Matters is the same radio show where I brought Missy Belland of Voice of the Beehive on the show to talk about her business, Made In Heaven By Missy, where she creates fairies by hand and sells them (she was a winner of the Yahoo Ultimate Connection Contest in 2007). That conversation is available on our first Interview Archives page.