Sunday, November 27, 2011 0 comments

The Young Reporters Open for Counseling

  The Young Reporters are trained intensely in the communication field. They all have a way with words, and if they don't have that, they have a way with action. We are available to be booked for companies, schools, and anything else that has a corrupted base between the students, co-workers, or anything else (that's NOT machinery).

  We don't ask for money. We don't ask for anything. The service itself is free, but if we're traveling out of the state of Arizona, if we're going even out of the country, then we must have travel and rooms paid for. We will gladly talk to any kids, one-on-one, if they live in Phoenix, but we can't make promises, we all have schedules, just like you :)

  Communications is our passion. We're good at it, we know how to communicate in a proper and improper way. A lot of kids these days don't use proper communication, and we want to be able to use that and build a friendship with classmates, be able to take two people who can't stand each other and try to make peace.

  We're great at getting people to listen. We're even better at getting people's attention. We're best at doing a whoop-ass show. But this isn't about a show, it's not a performance. What you, your classmates, your students, your co-workers, what they're going through is NOT a game. We want to bring that to their awareness, and we want to be able to create a safe place where they can work and not have to worry about anything.

  And it's not just kids that get this bullying! Adults do it and get it, to each other and themselves. It's a serious matter, something that can't go on for a long time or it goes from a small problem to a completely corrupted system.

  So, as stated before, we're open to come down to any state, and if possible, any country to help solve problems in a company! The service is 100% free, it's just that the travel plan and the hotel rooms are not. And we don't have to even stay in a hotel, we can stay in a motel, we can stay in a cheap hotel, we can stay anywhere within a 10-mile-radius of the location. But we don't get any profit, we don't take any money for the service, unless a sponsorship is made.

  For booking, call 602-475-2859, and a Young Reporter will handle you from there.

Thursday, November 17, 2011 0 comments

Things Are Happening

  Great things are about to happen for The Young Reporters, things that will take us farther than we ever thought possible...
  I can't give you any information, because right now, this is highly classified for TYR ONLY. I'm probably crossing the line posting this, but something needs to be said...

  While the outer appearance of the show doesn't show any remarkable changes, nobody but us and our affiliates knows what goes on in the classroom, the things that are happening and the places we're going.
  This may sound like I'm saying what every other radio show does, but we are the only radio show in the country to do this, and we are known. We have celebrities listening to us, politicians who use us as an example for children.

  Just you wait...
Monday, November 7, 2011 0 comments

Tina Malia on The Young Reporters

  So, if you haven't been reading a few of my past posts, I've been working really hard for the past month on getting one of Mr. Fishman's favorite singers on The Young Reporters; Tina Malia.
  Tina Malia is an extremely talented artist, and wants nothing but good for the world and those who live in it.
  I've been chatting back and forth through my email with her manager, and after a month and a half of work, it's finally coming together!
  Sometime today, anywhere between 12 and 5 (we don't know where they're at, so even though they're calling at 3, it could change), Glenda Gracia (the General Manager) should call up Mr. Fishman, the man who does all of the hard work of the radio station for us, who I commonly refer to as my producer.
  Tina does our theme song for the radio show, Heal This Land.

  Tina is an amazing singer, and a true role model for anybody who needs one. I love the music that she does, and I have all the lyrics memorized for Heal This Land.

  --Kail Pooler