Host Vic Plessner of Global Issues a successful Internet Radio Talk Show on the VoiceAmerica Channel will discuss US/China Relations with guest Jonathan Krane of EMMA Entertainment”.
(PRWEB) July 22, 2005 – Vic Plessner, the Host of “Global Issues” which is
broadcast every Friday at 8 AM Pacific (11 AM Eastern), a live internet talk
radio show on the VoiceAmerica Channel (http://www.voice.voiceamerica.com/), will discuss US/China
Relations with his guest Jonathon Krane, CEO of EMMA Entertainment on 22
Vic Plessner has had experience in past years with the Police and Government officials in Mainland China and said he is anxious to talk to Mr. Krane to discuss how China is slowly accepting and expanding business relations with the US.
“I plan to be very frank and ask Jonathon about the average man in the streets perception of Americans,” said Plessner. I also will ask him to see if he can get a Chinese official on a future show as a co-guest. “Global Issues” has recently begun to take on tougher issues. “I might disagree with a particular guest but I will never shout them down or talk over them unless I need to go to a commercial break. People are sick and tired of TV shows were the host seems to encourage everyone being rude and cuts off the guest if they disagree. I will try to ask polite hard questions but I want my guests to enjoy the show and feel comfortable,” said Vic.
“Global Issues” is a show that gives listeners the opportunity to expand their horizons on prominent affairs that address worldwide concerns. This show is dedicated to informing the public on issues that pertain to them by introducing guests from various government agencies and the private sector who are working to improve global and national interests throughout the world. To access the show, log on at (http://www.voice.voiceamerica.com/) or anytime On Demand. Listeners are encouraged to call in to the live show with their questions or comments at 888-335-5204.
Host Victor Plessner has over 35 Years Experience as a Global Security Consultant. From 1966-68, Vic worked in Vietnam as a civilian and eventually became an Advisor to J2MACV (Pentagon equivalent) because of some work he did in reconnaissance. When Pablo Escobar, the notorious leader of the Medelin Cartel, escaped from a Colombian Prison, Vic was contracted as an Advisor to the Minister of Justice in Colombia, SA., where he designed 7 maximum security prisons for housing the leaders of the drug cartels and guerrilla revolutionary groups, developed Federal Prison Policies and Procedures, and was the Security Consultant for all of Colombia’s Shipping Ports. He spent 18 years as CEO for a leading manufacturer of perimeter security systems and security integration systems for high level security markets and is an International Security Consultant to Governments, Architects, Engineers, and Using Agencies. For more information visit http://www.vhpconsult.com/
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