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Miranda Bouldin interviews Madison Mayor Paul Finley during an episode of "The Miranda Show." CONTRIBUTED

‘The Miranda Show’ features entrepreneurs, innovators

MADISON – A new, local television show focuses on the mindset and strategies of business professionals in Alabama.

“The Miranda Show” airs on Sundays at 10:35 p.m. on WAFF-48. The show is filmed at LogiCore Corporation at 345 Voyager Way in Huntsville.

“This is a new local televised conversation focused on entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders in Alabama,” host and executive producer Miranda Bouldin said. “A portion of the proceeds from ‘The Miranda Show’ will support its non-profit of choice, Inspire & Achieve. Our purpose is to shine a spotlight on the entrepreneurial spirit and ecosystem in North Alabama.”

The show will attract audiences of students, business-minded individuals, startup owners and people with an interest in strong leadership.

The premiere of “The Miranda Show” aired June 2. The first guests were Madison Mayor Paul Finley, Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle and business leaders including Amanda Howard, Tracy Jones and Deborah Barnhardt.

All episodes are filmed with a live audience of students from local universities who are pursuing business-related degrees, small-business owners and individuals interested in learning from North Alabama’s most prominent leaders.

Each taping is free to attend, and Bouldin encourages the local community to attend. Registration is managed with Eventbrite and will be posted on Facebook.

“This show is a true labor of love,” Bouldin said. She wants to give back to the community that has fostered such trust and encouragement to her and her company.

Vicki Morris, President of Face To Face Marketing LLC, works as publicist for “The Miranda Show.”

For Bouldin’s show, sponsors and advertisers can highlight their message on social platforms with logo placement on promotional graphics, social media interviews about the show and direct posts promoting their service for needs of the identified audiences.

“During my career as a business owner, I have been asked many questions concerning, starting building and sustaining a business. The topics include challenges concerning management, investments, charitable contributions and everything in between,” Bouldin said.

“I’ve experienced many different aspects of business and have worked directly with every area of operations within my business. I’m happy to share with you short, non-proprietary answers on a number of topics based on my professional experience and my professional network. Perhaps your question will be the feature of a roundtable discussion with me and industry experts on ‘The Miranda Show,'” Bouldin said.

For more information, email Vicki@TheMirandaShow.com or visit Facebook/The Miranda Show HSV.

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