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CNN Interviews Mark Shander
Mark Shander Helps Launch National MusicChannel services and TV-61 in Phoenix
FOX 10 News Interviews Mark Shander

Shander discusses violence in computer and video games from the E3 Show in Atlanta, on CNN.

Shander serves as voice/video production talent, helps develop TV-61, Arizona's first Low Power TV station, creating syndicated national programming.

Shander promotes local Internet and entertainment software development businesses on the Phoenix FOX-TV affiliate.

Mark Chandler Chamber
Shander leads technology business workshops for, and accepts award from, the Chandler Chamber of Commerce for Community Involvement on behalf of Verizon Wireless as Manager, Arizona Business Sales Channel


COMING SOON:
A NEW NATIONAL CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK!
A NEW NATIONAL VETERAN'S INFORMATION & ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK!

Shander Radio
Nationally Syndicated Package

Shander Radio - Weekly BizTech Radio Block:

Tech Talk - Arizona Technology Council's Radio Show
Mark Shander and Ron Schott Co-Host

"Shander Radio For Kids" (2 Hours) - "The Mark Shander Show" (2 Hours)
"MBO Business Radio" (1 Hour) - "Healthy Eyes" (1 Hour)

HEALTHY EYES - MAY 26th 2012
Dry Eyes - You'll Laugh Until You Cry!

HEALTHY EYES - May 19th 2012
Dry Eyes - Transistions Polarizing Lenses Trunk Live Event

HEALTHY EYES - March 3rd, 2012
Cataract Surgery

HEALTHY EYES - February 18th 2012
Live on Location at the Macular Degeneration Symposium



EXECUTIVE PRODUCER of Weekend Programming,
Entertaining Talkshows, Commercials and PSA's
Broadcast Syndication, Podcasts, RSS Syndication, TV, on-demand IPTV & Mobile Device Delivery

NBC 1260-96.1-FM  Station Logo Used With Written Permission
Share Your Medical, Business or Technical Expertise
Mark is searching for guests, sponsors, and a few hosts for new, innovative talk radio programs that provide entertaining weekend listening for the Phoenix Terrestrial and Digital broadcast market.

Mark has been on the air and/or a former Executive Producer or behind the scenes in an operations capacity for radio stations in the USA that include NBC1260/96.1FM, NABC Radio Network 1100AM KFNX, WALE-AM Rhode Island, 910-AM KFYI, KFNN 1510-AM, and several others, including a number of FM radio stations TV stations. He served for 5 years at ABC-15 in Phoenix, helping to put the station's first newscast on the air, backing up the newsroom computer specialist, editing programs, shooting commercials and promos, as well as running audio for the newscast. Mark was also Acting Production Manager for TV-61/The MusicChannel, Arizona's first Low Power TV station, which programmed 8 hours of music videos per day nationally on cable TV via satellite, which Mark also Executive Produced and corrective edited.

If you enjoy sharing subject matter you're passionate about, if you are fun and entertaining to listen to, and if you have expertise in your field, please contact Mark regarding the possibility of appearing on a future broadcast program currently in development for the digital and terrestrial live and on-demand broadcast markets.

Contact nbc.radio.host.mark@shander.com
(480) 270-4375

 

 

MBO Business Radio
Saturdays 1PM-2PM
"Healthy Eyes Radio Show"
Saturdays 2PM-3PM
Mark Shander, Executive Producer

 


Host, "The Mark Shander Show"
Formerly heard on Hot Talk 1100AM KFNX
Sample Show:
"POSTAL" PC Game Developers UNEXPECTEDLY MEET Mark's Guest from Parents of Murdered Children and "MINE"
(Murder Is Not Entertainment) [CLICK FOR PROMO]


MBO Business Radio Promo Coming Soon
(Daily Radio Promo on NBC 1260/96.1FM)

 

HEALTHY EYES Season 2: 2-minute Syndication Promo

HEALTHY EYES Radio 30-Second Promo
(Daily Radio Promo on NBC 1260/96.1FM)

 

Shander Commercial Production/Writing/Voice Sample
(Greek Festival Tempe Town Lake 2011)

 

Shander Radio For Kids Promo mp3
(Fast Times Parody, Celebrity Voice Impersonated)

Shander Radio For Kids Samples:
Sample 1
- Sample 2


Peter Pan Radio
Peter Pan Radio with Host Mark Shander




NBC 1260 Executive Producer Mark Shander on-the-air

 

"Thank You For Listening!"

With an 80-lb. weight loss through the personal training efforts of his daughter and son, as well as a healthy diet, Mark Shander now helps businesses run better, and serves as Executive Producer for programming originating LIVE at NBC 1260/96.1FM
Photo Taken November 5th, 2011

***UPDATE November 29th 2013 - The weight loss is now 110 pounds. Thanks to the support of my family and friends.

 

 

 



Radio Campaign Voiced, Produced, and Edited by Mark Shander
Airs in Phoenix on 9 AM & FM Stations April and October 2013






HDTV Spot Voiced, Produced, Shot and Edited by
Mark Shander Airs in Phoenix April and October 2013


Fan-Provided Bootleg Camera-Phone Pix
Shander Meets & Greets Video Game Fans
Autographs T-Shirts and Posters with Game Industry Vets
Tommy Tallarico, Jack Wall, Don Bluth & Gary Goldman
(Dragon's Lair), Video Game Pianist Martin Leung
and 2 Mikes (fan camera phone photo above)
January 12th-13th, 2007 - VIDEO GAMES LIVE

 

THE COMPUTER FUN SHOP With Mark Shander



Mark Shander hosts "The Computer Fun Shop" on 1510AM KFNN Mesa/Phoenix


Listen to exclusive behind-the-scenes game development news affecting the Electronic Entertainment Industry world-wide!
Hear an example of game industry news broken first on Shander's show, The Computer Fun Shop! The show below was broadcast LIVE December 31st, 1995 on 1510 KFNN Radio in Phoenix.



Mark Shander hosts and syndicates "The Computer Fun Shop", live on 1510AM KFNN Mesa/Phoenix.

With a hat-tip to KPHO TV-5's Wallace & Ladmo, 5 "Shander Packs" are given away to callers during each show. The "Shander Packs" consist of games, prizes and other fun stuff donated by electronic entertainment industry software publishers and local and national businesses.

Guests were game developers and publishers, with a behind-the-scenes candid look at games in development. The content, and the "Shander Packs" were responsible for a constant flow of live callers, and an audience of 50-55,000 listeners per week. The program was also syndicated to 10 of the Internet's most popular game development and electronic entertainment industry Websites at the time, including PC Gamer, Happy Puppy Games and Gamasutra.

The games in the picture, Wacky Wheels and Raptor for the PC, were provided by FormGen, which was later acquired by GT Interactive.

Photo is courtesy of Fred Forino, Editor, Computer Buyer Magazine

Video above published by Moritz Jacob, a German electronic entertainment journalist and author, following an interview with Mark Shander in April, 2012 regarding the program.

Original game music custom created for Mark Shander and used for opens, closes and rejoins for The Computer Fun Shop was written, produced and performed by Steven Olenski.



Mark Shander produced and authored dozens of successful retail entertainment, health & fitness and business and technology DVD's,
including ESPN and Lifetime Network's fitness guru Denise Austin's first retail DVD hit title. In addition to setting up e-Commerce sites
for two prominent record labels, he produced and authored dozens of CD and DVD albums and music video compilations. He worked on
video reinforcement projects and concerts with Metallica, Ozzy Osborne, Sheena Easton and other 80's and 90's popular entertainers,
and worked on remote sporting and news events for CNN, ESPN and other broadcast and cable television networks.

Joe Kubert


My Famous Uncle, Joe Kubert
Comic Book Artist, Graphic Novelist
Click for Jan. 2004 NBC 4 Appearance


Mark Shander and Gary Coleman
Mark Shander and Gary Coleman
May 30th 2004


Shander Volunteering  - Bell ringing  for Salvation Army
Mark Shander Volunteering
Bell ringing to help raise funds for the Salvation Army
December 11th, 2010

 

Shander on Business & Technology
April 20th, 2010

Enterprise and Small-Medium Business Solutions
For the Same Business Issue, Different Solutions May Be Best

A solution sale is something that utilizes a great deal of talent.

In addition to product knowledge, you really have to listen, and ask questions so you have enough information to be able to make an appropriate recommendation, or to provide your prospect with the most efficient, and the most effective solution options that accomplish their business and personal goals.

In telecommunications, for instance, there are many different solutions to the same challenges, or business needs.

For example, in the past, owning your own business phone system meant you had the option to purchase or lease.

With the advent of advances in technology, virtual solutions are now an option as well, and they're scalable, so they become an option for Small, Medium and Enterprise-level business users, even across multiple geographical work locations.

The best choice, however, isn't based solely on technology and hardware options - it's how solutions integrate into the way a prospect currently does business, and how implementation not only solves business issues, but adds productivity, potentially reduces cost over time, and helps increase profitability as a result.

With data solution sales, the choices for solving the same issue are numerous. Cost is always a concern, but so is redundancy, security and capital expenditure. How long is this solution expected to remain in place, and will the business grow in this, or additional geographical locations? Who are the customers of the business and where are they located? How do they connect to the business to communicate?

Sometimes ROI isn't always measured in currency. Sometimes it's added peace of mind, knowing your customers can always reach you, even when you're out of the office. It's important to always give your customers the perception you're able to be reached, even if they have to leave a message for you.

The bottom line is that serving your customers is a privilege, and a lot of trust is placed in you to make sure you're taking the very best care of them, just like the business was yours. A good sale is one that works for everyone, and is win-win-win - it's right for the customer, it's right for the company you work for that serves the customer, and it's right for you as a sales person as well. The more you know about your prospect's business, the better position you're in to be a valued trusted advisor.

Mark Shander
Talk Show Host/Trusted Business Advisor
Technology Journalist
mark@shander.com

 

 


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