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First Title Radio Show Nears 10 Episodes

""First Title & Escrow"":http://titlecompany.com/ is gearing up to celebrate the benchmark 10th episode of its radio show, the company announced.


The First Title Radio Show debuted on May 31 and has aired seven episodes so far. In that time, host Doug Dennison--a radio, real estate, and government auction [COLUMN_BREAK]

expert--has interviewed more than 15 real estate professionals, including representatives from Sperry Van Ness, Florida Keys Real Estate, Rowell Auctions, Inc., and the Five Star Institute. _[Editor's note: The Five Star Institute is the parent company of_ MReport _and theMReport.com.]_

""We want to continue educating our listeners by engaging professionals each week on a variety of industry-specific topics,"" Dennison said. ""I'm pleased to have already interviewed such amazing guests, and look forward to having more experts on the show in the coming weeks.""

""Building everlasting alliances with industry resources and paying it forward are principles that are highlighted in the company's core values,"" said Stephen Papermaster, CEO of First Title & Escrow. ""The show is a shining example of those tenets being realized, and we hope to see continued growth in online listenership.""

The First Title Radio Show airs live every Friday morning from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Eastern on ""1240news.com"":http://1240news.com/. Episodes are archived at the show's ""YouTube channel"":http://www.youtube.com/user/FirstTitleRadio and at TitleCompany.com.


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