IRMIX Radio Executive Staff and Key Staff Members
Contact CEO Martone: firstname.lastname@example.org
No stranger to the world of music, Martone’s years of experience in television, radio, and now music have earned him both recognition and respect. Martone first realized his passion for entertainment after a televised performance at his first school play at the tender age of seven years old. Originally from Lansing, Michigan, he is often described as an impassioned visionary, poised to become one of the most recognized names in the entertainment industry. The positive feedback from the audience at a young age, no doubt helped to cement his determination to succeed. At the age of 13 years old, Martone became one of the youngest television producers/directors at Continental Cablevision public access producer’s course and produced his very own music video program called Video Control. Video Control aired on channel 37 Monday nights at 10:00 p.m. for 13 seasons. During that time, Martone had the opportunity to interview such celebrities as Will Smith, Queen Latifah, En Vogue, Vanilla Ice, Public Enemy, UNV, and many more. Soon after the conclusion of Video Control, Martone moved to Detroit, Michigan to pursue his passion and further his education in television production and graduated from Specs Howard School of Media Arts. From there he wanted to take his career in television to a higher level, sadly due to the economic downturn of 2008, it was not meant to be.
Video Control aired on channel 37 Monday nights at 10:00 p.m. for 13 seasons. During that time, Martone had the opportunity to interview such celebrities as Will Smith, Queen Latifah, En Vogue, Vanilla Ice, Public Enemy, UNV, and many more. Soon after the conclusion of Video Control, Martone moved to Detroit, Michigan to pursue his passion and further his education in television production and graduated from Specs Howard School of Media Arts. From there he wanted to take his career in television to a higher level, sadly due to the economic downturn of 2008, it was not meant to be.
Initially, the song had been scheduled for release on March 1, 2019, but due to the success of Good Love, he did not want to interfere with the promotion of that song. So, Love Out Loud was released on May 31, 2019, to critical acclaim. On November 21, 2019, Martone won The Silver Medal Award for Outstanding Achievement with the Erogenous Zone album in the Electronic Dance Music category. On March 17, 2020, Martone was nominated for a Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Electronic Recording Erogenous Zone. Due to COVID-19, Martone did not attend the awards ceremony. Due to the worldwide pandemic, and the social unrest of 2020, Martone was unable to perform due to social distancing, and mandatory shutdowns. Later in the year, a few people had started planting the seed asking when and if he was going to bring the radio station back. “I knew that I wanted to do it, but it has to be done the right way, it needs to be bigger and better than before.”On October 27, 2020, Martone incorporated IRMIX Radio, LLC and set a relaunch date of Monday, March 1, 2021, exactly eight years to the day when IRMIX Radio premiered the first time. Upon the relaunch of IRMIX Radio in March 2021, listeners can expect to be able to stream the station anywhere in the world through IRMIX Radio’s website, a ROKU television app, and a monthly magazine that will be available for order only upon demand. The station will still offer the initial staples of the terrestrial programming but seeks to add high-quality talk shows and seeks to serve as a one-stop-shop for all thing’s entertainment and more.“ It is my mission to create a legacy that will last beyond me, IRMIX Radio is here to stay.”
IRMIX Radio Staff Writers
Staff Writer – Eman Khalid email@example.com
Eman Khalid is a writer, storyteller, researcher, blogger, and journalist. She has been a co-author of more than twenty poetry books. She is a contributing writer to the Women’s Republic Magazine, the Walled City Journal, the LATEST, Fashion360 Magazine, Luxe Kurves Magazine, BlackIvy Media, Alvis #180DegreesImpact, Soulivity Magazine, and the Real Arts Daily Production. Working as a Press Director for a non-profit organization named Unity for Equality, Eman Khalid is an English Language and Literature student with a profound passion for learning. Her writings mostly revolve around the topics of mental health, depression, anxiety, societal issues, history, female empowerment, emotional well-being, and spirituality. When she is not writing, you will find her reading history books, binge-watching murder documentaries on Netflix, listening to songs, stargazing, taking long walks at the beach, and capturing the beauty of nature through her camera lens.
IRMIX Radio Vital Support Staff
Lamont Hicks is a professional freelance video editor, writer, producer, and social media curator, with over fifteen years of experience. He has worked as an editor for such projects as Industry Revue, and VH1’s “Madonna Dearest” web series. In addition, Lamont has created numerous viral video content. Most notably, singer Janet Jackson shared his tribute video to the victims of the Orlando massacre. Which was set to Jackson’s socially conscious song “Shoulda Known Better” from her 2015 album Unbreakable. The video was uploaded to her official YouTube channel and shared on all of her social media platforms.
Lamont also manages popular pages on the YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook platforms. He has over 200,000+ followers across all of these platforms. Accumulating millions of views for the content that he has created and shared. Articles: Billboard write-up of Janet Jackson sharing Lamont’s content:
https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/7407935/janet-jackson-orlando-shooting-video-tribute VH1’s Madonna Dearest web series(Lamont served as editor, writer, and producer on this web series)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69EJGAC35fo Animated content from Lamont’s personal YouTube channel(He co-wrote, produced, directed this web series, and voiced one of the main characters)
IRMIX Radio Human Resource Staff
Ahsan Raza – HR Hiring Manager
I believe in creativity and proactive policies. I focus on planning and coordination. I am thinker and Researcher. In one short word, I am a facilitator.