Colorado Springs is being threatened by a fire that my friend, Tonya Hall, of the Tonya Hall Radio Show, says is suspicious. She lives in the town and is helping her friends move out of the area as this blog post is being written. According to various reports, four wildfires across the Front Range and […]
Zennie Abraham, known as Zennie62, was invited to host the Tonya Hall Radio Show on KRCN Radio Colorado Network in Denver Boulder and Fort Collins today, Wednesday, September 5th, at 11 AM EST – 8 AM PST. Live Stream Link: http://radio.securenetsystems.net/v4/index.cfm?stationCallSign=KRCN And since this blogger was credentialed to cover the Democratic National Convention, the show […]
Zennie Abraham, known as Zennie62, was invited to host the Tonya Hall Radio Show on KRCN Radio Colorado Network in Denver Boulder and Fort Collins on Wednesday, September 5th, at 11 AM EST – 8 AM PST. And since this blogger was credentialed to cover the Democratic National Convention, the show will be produced from […]
Once again this blogger, Zennie Abraham, is back on the Tonya Hall Radio Show, where the conversation will be technology and how it has impacted the presentation of sports and politics. Or at least that’s the idea presented. Since the host of the show, this blogger’s friend Tonya Hall, insists on carrying the label of […]
Today at 8 AM to 9 AM, Jessica Northey, a spunky, connected, Arizona-based celebrity radio host and Founder of Finger Candy Media, and Zennie Abraham, the Executive Producer of Zennie62.com will be on to talk social media, celebs, and blogs. You can hear us at this live here: http://radio.securenetsystems.net/v4/index.cfm?stationCallSign=KRCN Stay tuned.
What do Warren Buffett, Zennie Abraham, Jeff Cutler, have in common? All were featured on the Tonya Hall Radio Show on Friday, May 25th. On Friday, Warren Buffett wrote a letter stating that Berkshire Hathaway intended to add more newspapers to its collection. This mainly because Buffett loves newspapers and reads five of them a […]
The 2012 NFL Draft is history, and while “Draftniks” are grading how NFL teams did, this blogger’s looking at how the NFL itself performed in social media. This blog post is both in preparation for, and will serve as kind of a primer for, a Tuesday morning radio show talk on The Tonya Hall Radio […]
Social media finally took center stage for a Super Bowl, so let’s see what was good, and bad, about the effort. The Social Media Command Center was the first of its kind and set up by the Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee. But it was more for monitoring than for publication. The YouTube channel, called […]