The hosts of "Mind the Business Radio"
Suzanne has worked in the media business for a while, but she will readily admit that radio is her first love. At first, she was given the task of producer of the show, but later on, when a microphone became available, she was ready to go. Her background in Journalism leads her to ask the right questions, but her interest in people and their stories always shines through. Go to my Blog page at: Suzannes Blog
Darwin has Radio and Television experience both on the mic, and behind the scenes. When he decided that it was time for a new venture, his own media production company, little did he know what it would take to run a business. The realization that it does take more than a pretty face to keep the doors open soon became a reality. That’s when the lights came on, and “Mind the Business” radio was born. MTB Radio soon became a place where startups and entrepreneurs could go and learn all about the nuts and bolts of running a business. Not only are we learning, but so are our listeners.
Ernie Castelo is the co-host of the radio podcast, Mind the Business. After 15 years of doing freelance work as a TV anchor, reporter, and host, he along with business partner, Darwin Strong, started a video production company called Skyline Mediacast Productions in 2010. Ernie soon realized that his business degree didn’t quite translate in the real world. That’s when the idea for a radio show, Mind the Business, began. Mind the Business is Ernie’s first venture in radio after many years in front of a television camera. So if you happen to drop by the studio during a recording of Mind the Business, you may see Ernie wearing a suit and makeup. He is still learning the nuances of radio.
Ernie has been a broadcast journalist for more than 20 years. He has experience in front of the camera and behind the scenes. In addition to co-hosting Mind the Business, he is currently in production on a television news magazine pilot called American Skyline. Along with his productions, Ernie serves on the Board of Directors for the Radio and Television News Association (www.rtna.org) and a nonprofit organization, Crime Survivors, Inc. (www.crimesurvivors.com). He is also a U.S. Navy veteran.