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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(“Regal Roundtable” season two trailer courtesy of Regal Media Group)
Houston (Nov. 16) On Nov. 17, Regal Media Group, LLC CEO Todd A. Smith will release season two of his popular male panel talk show “Regal Roundtable” in its entirety on the CGM TV Network (CReed Global Media Network), which you can view on Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Philips Smart TV, LG Smart TV, Panasonic, Android, Android TV, Sharp, Sony, TCL, Apple IOS and Apple TV.
Smith, a regular panelist on ‘Isiah Factor Uncensored,” which airs on Fox 26 Houston, Fox Soul and Fox Local, debuted season one of “Regal Roundtable” on May 28.
“I describe ‘Regal Roundtable’ as sophisticated barbershop conversation because everyday barbershops are full of unfiltered and uninhibited conversation from men from every walk of life.
The 30-minute talk show will also give women a chance to hear men talk without fear or favor,” said Smith.
Topics run the gamut from relationships, religion, fashion, sports, entertainment, pop culture, racial issues, politics and more.
Smith serves as the host of “Regal Roundtable,” which is a Regal Media Group production.
Regular panelists on season two are actor Aaron Buzzanga and model Brian Albiter.
Special guests on “Regal Roundtable” have included comedian Thomas “Nephew Tommy” Miles of “The Steve Harvey Morning Show,” comedian Marcus D. Wiley, comedian Juan Villareal, and Houston Chronicle sports columnist Jerome Solomon.
Periodically, the ladies join the “Regal Roundtable” panel discussion to debate the “fellas” on relationship and gender issues for the “Battle of the Sexes” episodes.
“Our fans loved the first 13 episodes of ‘Regal Roundtable,’” Smith said. “Therefore, we did not want to wait too long to give them the next 13 episodes.”
Smith is also the publisher of RegalMag.com, an online magazine dedicated to issues affecting African-American men.
The CEO of Regal Media Group, LLC has also previously worked as an adjunct journalism/communications professor at Texas Southern University and Lone Star College.
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