Los Angeles, CA - Dubious collection tactics, distracted driving, solar, doll industry, organic skin care, marijuana, protecting investors; this week on MoneyTV with Donald Baillargeon. MoneyTV is the internationally syndicated television program all about money and what makes it happen, (http://www.moneytv.net), featuring informative interviews with company CEOs, providing insights into their operations and outlooks for their futures.
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Featured companies on this week's program include:
MonsterArts (MONT) CEO Wayne Irving debuted a video about distracted driving and discussed crowd funding.
GrowLife, Inc. (PHOT) CEO Sterling Scott discussed the company's operations in New Hampshire and the politics affecting the industry.
One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) CEO Joanne Melton talked about the company's doll line and the benefits to young girls.
VizStar, Inc. (Pink Sheets: VIZS) subsidiary CEO Kimberly Parry recapped recent company news.
XsunX Inc. (XSNX) CEO Tom Djokovich spoke of new government support for solar.
The Advocacy Network Founder Karl Schilling discussed his company's programs to assist small cap investors.
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