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Roshini is a strategic communication and crisis coach to C-Suite executives and a mainstage speaker. She’s hosted REAL Talk with Roshini on News Talk 830 WCCO since 2012 and Discover Minnesota with Roshini on Facebook since December 2020. Roshini is a licensed attorney and former TV reporter called upon by media across the US for commentary about crisis management, leadership, political strategy, and PR blunders. She’s conducted thousands of interviews during more than 25 years in broadcasti ...
 
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Hot topics with this media panel of Minnesota journalist celebrities. WCCO TV anchor Heather Brown gets into back-to-school headlines with masks and vaccination requirements. KARE 11 anchor Rena Sarigianopoulos talks about unemployment vs. job openings. KSTP’s chief political reporter Tom Hauser brings us up to date on the Minnesota governor’s race…
 
Elizabeth and Kelcey are busy working moms you see on TV five days a week. Kelcey has run 32 marathons, including the Boston marathon seven times. Elizabeth features family, planting, and cooking in her Best to the Nest podcast. Both are together on this final REAL Talk with Roshini on WCCO Radio to share inspiration for all of life’s journeys. See…
 
Congressman Tom Emmer has been coming on REAL Talk with Roshini since he ran for office in 2014. Always one to speak his mind, whether or not Roshini or listeners agree with him. He gives us an update from Washington DC about what Minnesotans need to know when it comes to their jobs, COVID aid and restrictions, plus the latest hit the Republican pa…
 
Rogers native and former KARE TV reporter, Joe Fryer anchors Morning News Now on NBC News Now online and is a correspondent for The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, and MSNBC. A longtime friend of Roshini's since both worked as reporters at WTVF in Nashville, Joe previews 9-11 Anniversary coverage and Broadway reopening. See omnystudio.com/listener fo…
 
Ali Kaplan of Twin Cities Business, Frank Vascellaro of WCCO TV, and Courtney Godfrey of Fox 9 cover how real people take in real headlines. Guests on REAL Talk with Roshini individually over the years, they're together here for the first time and give a reality check about covering news in a polarized society, how COVID impacts their work, and whe…
 
Former Viking and Super Bowl Champ Matt Birk is turning his attention to mental health and kids. With a daily average of 5400 teen suicide attempts in the US, Matt says “kids are hurting, and this is a critical opportunity” to help them. Pursuit Academy will bring a mental health tool to kids in 4th grade. He shares how this 5-minute-a-day tool can…
 
The Shakopee Mdewakaton Sioux Community will be the first tribal government to have an exhibit at the MN State Fair. Learn more as Roshini talks with Rebecca Crooks-Stratton, Secretary Treasurer of the Shakopee Mdewakaton Sioux Community. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Audacy
 
International Overdose Awareness Day is Aug. 31. The city of Hastings is hosting a citywide event recognizing this day on Aug. 30. Roshini talks with Bridgette Norring and Rep. David Baker who each lost a child to a drug overdose. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Audacy
 
Steve Thomson is in for Roshini this week. Hamline University Professor David Schultz joins Steve for two segments. The two discuss President Biden sending 5,000 troops to Afghanistan, a the lawsuit coming from a gun owners' group, suing the Minnesota State Fair and Ramsey County, demanding that permit holders be allowed to carry handguns on the fa…
 
Roshini puts her crisis coach lens on the Andrew Cuomo crisis in New York and analyzes why he's gotta go. Then, she shares gratitude with listeners and guests as REAL Talk with Roshini celebrates 9 years this month. She shared why she'll sunset the show on September 5th in light of a growing workload with her business, Roshini Multi-Media, Inc. See…
 
320 million people around the world suffer from rare diseases. Fifty percent are children. The Wild’s Matt Dumba is lending his name to #ShareYourRare, a new campaign from Columbus Children’s Foundation that works to bring gene therapies to kids with ultra-rare diseases. He shares how being godfather to a sweet little boy has really shined the ligh…
 
Electric vehicles are getting more attention after President Biden announced new emission standards and several automakers are shooting for getting half of all auto sales as electric vehicles by 2030. Greater Minnesota Auto Dealers Association President Scott Lambert gives us a reality check on whether these goals are reachable. He also shares the …
 
He represented Minnesota for nine years in the US Senate before being forced to resign by his own party. Al Franken got very real with Roshini about why he's still a Democrat even after his party turned on him in 2018. He shared his work on getting a national popular vote, due process in the Governor Andrew Cuomo crisis, and previewed his national …
 
The Minneapolis Convention Center had 400 cancellations in 2020. Now, it’s getting ready to welcome back its first big conference Aug 5th through 8th. CEO Melvin Tennant previews how the Convention Center is welcoming business back and what hospitality looks like in downtown Minneapolis as workers return, but labor is hard to find amidst safety and…
 
Olympian Eli Bremer competed in Beijing 2008 and is covering the Tokyo 2020 Games for NBC. We hear his take on the latest record-breaker in swimming from Kaylee McKeown, whether a new rule for athletes to protest is changing the face of competition, and what to expect for the rest of these Games. Plus, why he Eli is weighing a run for United States…
 
Senator Tina Smith just called out Major League Baseball and the San Diego Padres demanding it reverse the decision that would move Minnesota jobs to China when MLB and its teams have received billions in taxpayer stadium subsidies. Plus, she talks about COVID latest and what she’s doing to help support fetal alcohol syndrome disorder services. See…
 
Roshini shares what it's like living one mile from Uptown Minneapolis as it's under siege by violence and reaction by city leaders to that violence. Two callers shared emotional reaction about their own real-life damage the violence is having on their lives and businesses. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Work-place changes and employer rules because of COVID-19 are creating questions, anxiety, and possible lawsuits. Some people are even quitting their jobs instead of returning. University of Minnesota Law School Professor Emeritus Steve Befort is a national voice on labor and employment law. He shares insight for employers and employees on back-to-…
 
Love for the outdoors inspired by Kylie Bearse to launch Approachable Outdoors where she shares hikes she loves. In doing so, the KDVR meteorologist shares how getting outside made a difference for her mental health journey. She advocates for others with her beginner-friendly guide to hiking and outdoor adventures. See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
 
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