ATLANTA, GA (October 2, 2018) – Multiple EMMY® winning producer, social media influencer and entrepreneur Rushion McDonald, has kicked off a diverse lineup of powerful conversations for the month of October on his hit radio talk show “Money Making Conversations,” hosting entertainers, authors, athletes, entrepreneurs, and more whose self-made career paths have yielded many decades of success. Sharing the important lessons and experiences that have been integral to building their careers long-term in the fields of entertainment, small businesses, fashion, and more, McDonald is a leading voice in entertainment and entrepreneurship delivering rich content and motivating stories on “Money Making Conversations” each month, bringing his longtime expertise in branding and executive-suite business leadership to each show. Addressing the tools for success navigating ever-changing technologies, social branding, financial literacy, philanthropy and career mentorship, among other topics, “Money Making Conversations” is hosted by Rushion McDonald and produced through his multimedia company 3815 Media. “Money Making Conversations” can be heard live every Monday on Atlanta’s biz1190-AM from 10AM-Noon ET, with a replay every Friday 10AM-Noon ET, and every Sunday at 3PM ET. “Money Making Conversations” can be heard on SiriusXM Channel 141 on Howard University Campus and SiriusXM Channel 142 on HBCU Campuses. The show can be downloaded on iTunes, iHeartRadio podcast, Google Play, Stitcher, SoundCloud, and seen live on the Money Making Conversations Facebook page.
The guests* featured in October on “Money Making Conversations” include power couple, GRAMMY® Award-winning recording artist Tamela Mann and NAACP Image Award-winning actor/comedian David Mann (“Us Against the World” tour, memoir, and album); Actress, producer, and Body Bootcamp entrepreneur Elise Neal; Renowned actor, director, producer, writer, and humanitarian Bill Duke (“Bill Duke: My 40-Year Career on Screen and behind the Camera” memoir); Film and television icon Pam Grier; Four-time Olympic gold medalist, WNBA champion, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Tamika Catchings; Two-time NBA champion, author, and philanthropist Mario Chalmers and his mother, co-author, professional life coach, and philanthropist Almarie Chalmers (“Mario Chalmers’ ABCs of Basketball: Dream Big. Think Big. Play Big.”); Award-winning syndicated radio personality, television host, and comedian Rickey Smiley; Actors Omar Gooding and Angell Conwell (Stars of Bounce TV’s hit comedy “Family Time”); “Face the Truth” syndicated talk show co-host, legal analyst, lawyer, and author Areva Martin (“Make It Rain: How to Use the Media to Revolutionize Your Business and Brand”); Actor Jonathan Adams (FOX’s “Last Man Standing”); Walker360Sports agency partners Kindu Walker and Jonnetta Patton; Leading online luxury villas operator Villazzo LLC general manager Hanna Talaie; Entrepreneur, media mogul, publisher, and author Robin Charles-Living (“You Can Be a Success Too! A Motivational Success Guide”); International Trailblazer Awards founders Ceasar Gaiters and Kristy Gaiters; Best Dressed Man custom tailored men’s couture apparel and accessories entrepreneur Oking Habib; Fashion entrepreneur, ENVSN Festival founder, and philanthropist Sharifa Murdock; Flow Entertainment entrepreneur, “King of the Mitzvahs” emcee Kareem Wells; and more.
A branding expert, renowned dealmaker, award-winning television and film producer, and former corporate executive, Rushion has written and produced for Kevin Hart, Taraji P. Henson, Gabrielle Union, Jamie Foxx, and most notably he is the architect of Steve Harvey’s multi-media entertainment career. Through his company 3815 Media, Rushion McDonald continues to be an inspiring voice and creative leader sharing how to build one’s personal brand and success today through multimedia and social platforms including “Money Making Conversations,” “Rushion’s Baker Spotlight,” and other avenues.
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