Bryan Blue is a native Texan who speaks his mind. Good luck trying to peg him as a Conservative or Liberal – he believes in his own opinions. Most know him as the loud, in your face businessman, music producer, film financier and speaker.
When he’s not rubbing elbows with his celebrity pals, you can find him spending time with his wife of fifteen years and three children.
Drones are a fascinating facet of modern life, and in some areas such as the Military, they are here to stay. But are they going to be a staple of everyday life in the near future, or are they a pipe dream right up there with robots workers and non-flammable hover boards? Bryan and Jme’s guest on this highly informative episode is Michael Hayes, a drone expert and educator from S.T.E.A.M. and Robotics Learning Center in DFW. We’ll also have call-ins from Lynn Lunsford of the FFA and Don Mazzella, a political commentator and lifestyle expert.
CTO of STEAM Science and Robotics Partners Inc
35 Years in Engineering, Robotics, Computer Security and Drones, Worked in 90 Countries
What do we do?
– We help Schools raise funds for STEAM using STEAM events ” KIDS Battle Robots” across the U.S.
– We teach students about Drones, Engineering, 3D printing and Robotics in classes and Summer Camps
Call In Guests:
Donald Mazzella is a Veteran Newsman and Commentator, COO of Small Business Digest publications and Author of many books including “An American Family Sampler.” He is on the board of the National Robotics Education Foundation and his experience allows him to elaborate this current story. Donald P. Mazzella is a Political and Lifestyle Expert, who has been seen on MSNBC, Bloomberg and in WSJ (Wall Street Journal). He is COO of Information Strategies, Inc., a company that helps business managers improve profits. He currently oversees a print and Internet publication network centered around Small Business Digest with more than 3.2 million opt-in small business readers and healthcare industry stakeholders.
Aerospace Editor, FAA Spokesman
J. Lynn Lunsford, son of a Fort Worth Star-Telegram printer, knew he wanted to be a journalist from the time he was four after visiting the newsroom with his father. He graduated in 1986 with a bachelor’s in journalism from The University of Texas at Austin, where he worked for several semesters on the staff of the Daily Texan. He has covered aviation and aviation safety for the Star-Telegram and the Dallas Morning News. In April 2001 he joined the Wall Street Journal, eventually becoming aerospace editor and handling the Journal’s overall coverage of aerospace and defense companies.
In his 25-year journalism career, Lunsford covered many high-profile disaster stories, including the crashes of the space shuttle Columbia, TWA Flight 800 and ValuJet Flight 592. His work covering the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in April 1995 was included in the book Best Newspaper Writing 1996, published by the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
Lunsford won several state and national awards for writing and reporting, including the 2004 Gerald Loeb award for coverage of an ethics scandal at Boeing that led to the conviction and imprisonment of two company officials.
In June 2009 he became the mid-states manager of communications for the Federal Aviation Administration, where he is responsible for FAA communications in 17 states. Lunsford spends his spare time flying his vintage 1938 Piper Cub.