Business TalkRadio Network, Money Matters Network,
Radio America Network, a contributor to the Fox Business Network
Stu Taylor hosts three radio shows focusing on business.
His shows are broadcast in 100 cities: 'Equity Strategies' on Business Talk Radio Network, 'Equity Strategies' (different show) on Radio America Network, and 'Stu Taylor on Business', aired on Money Matters Radio Network. He is also a contributor to television's Fox Business Network.
Stu Taylor's business talk programs utilize radio broadcasting to take public relations, media relations or investor relations campaign to a new level.
He provides services to publicly traded companies to increase shareholder interest, and to privately held companies to promote their products and/or services to large retail and institutional audiences on his three nationally syndicated business radio shows. All shows have been airing for 12 years. In addition to an impressive client base, Stu features well recognized business, political figures and authors, such as Jack Welch, Steve Forbes, Mitt Romney, John Bogle, Senator Joe Lieberman, Patrick Buchanan, Newt Gingerich, Senator Jim DeMint, Maria Bartiromo, David Faber, Alan Dershowitz, Wayne Rogers, and Neil Cavuto.
He has broadcast at the White House on Health Care Reform , the 104th Congress at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., the American Stock Exchange in NYC, and hosted the Baseball Hall of Fame inductions at Cooperstown, N.Y., as well as the NHL Stanley Cup Finals.
He is the author of an autobiographical business book entitled How to Turn Trends into Fortunes (Without Getting Left in the Dust). Taylor is an experienced speaker on the lecture circuit and has appeared on the cable television networks C-SPAN and CNN, while having been written up in Newsweek magazine as well as many other national periodicals and newspapers. He has also been featured on the nationally syndicated TV show American Journal and appeared on National Public Radio and the BBC. Taylor has also broadcast scores of professional boxing matches for television, including DirecTV, and Fox Sports Net's "Mohegan Sun Fight Night New England".