Host, Senior Editor
Ellis Martin, created The Ellis Martin Report in 1999 as a successful terrestrial radio resource for small and mid-cap public companies seeking to vastly expand their shareholder base as they in turn grow their companies. The Ellis Martin Report airs in major radio markets in the United States and globally through online media. Prior to that he served as Senior Vice President for the Phoenix Media Group in Burbank, California, Station Manager and Program Director for WHB-AM in Kansas City, Missouri and KMZU-FM in Carrollton, Missouri, two of the largest Agriculture Country Stations in the Mid-West. Martin served as an Instructor/Lecturer for the Academy of Radio Broadcasting in Huntington Beach, California and a variety of broadcasting positions across the US. Mr. Martin has been an entrepreneur with interests in media, entertainment and financial concerns since 1978. He is a lecturer, guest speaker and moderator at a variety of global investment events.
DR. THOMAS C. GLENN
Dr. Glenn’s research interests have focused on the relationships between cerebral blood flow, cerebral vascular function, and metabolism. He has investigated the influence of trauma and subarachnoid hemorrhage on these cerebral parameters. Much of this research has been conducted in the critical care environment on patients with acute types of brain injury. Dr. Glenn is a leading global expert on pharmacology and brings a wide breadth of knowledge and experience to our broadcast team. He is Professor Emeritus of Neurosurgery at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and President of Martin Labortories Inc, a Canadian Biotech Company.
Ph.D., University of California , Irvine , Pharmacology 1995
B.A., Kalamazoo College , Biology Foreign Study: Münster , Germany
Senior Research Project: The Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo , Michigan 1979
Co-Host/Presenter/Director of Business Development
Jenna Mosher is from Vancouver, Canada and has over 10 years of experience working in Public Relations and Broadcasting. Before working with The Ellis Martin Report, Jenna worked in Television and Radio as a morning show host and sports analyst throughout Canada. 3 years ago she launched J.T Media & PR and has worked with Tech and Mining companies sharing their stories and increasing the value of their brands.
During his many years on-air in broadcasting (20 years), in teleproduction (20+), Honeywell Inc. (15), and Northrop Grumman (10) he has produced or directed hundreds of programs of various types. It’s there at Honeywell that he helped the team turn the production department into an award-winning enterprise. Bringing in their first of more than 18 Telly Awards and Communicator Awards, revered by many industry professionals for the recognition of excellence.
He is the voice of a wide variety of Radio and TV commercials. Ad Agencies and Production Companies are recent clients, and he is an e-Learning voice for Northrop-Grumman on training for the US military in all branches, the United Nations, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Bob voiced and produced 9 videos for Sandia National Labs Top Management in 2018. Voice work also includes the Australian Navy and OGAs. Most from his own studio in the central New Mexico mountains.
Previously, Bob also produced hundreds of TV and radio ads for the GMC Truck national agency (CE), and for large Buick, Pontiac, and Chevrolet dealer groups across the USA. He also has produced internationally successful music videos and has won a regional ADDY for Character Voice Acting.
Lange is listed in Who’s Who in Media & Communications. Bob is an avid motorcyclist, former precision on-camera driver, and former Hot Air Balloon Pilot.
Co-Host/Presenter (German Audience), Account Executive
Michael Rapsch, was born and raised in Cologne, Germany and moved to Vancouver Canada in 1994. In early 2006 he joined a gold exploration company to manage all its corporate communication and investor relations programs. Since then, Mr. Rapsch has worked for numerous micro to mid-cap public companies in the mining and exploration sector, connecting with hundreds of investors and company executives around the Globe. Over these past 15 years, Mr. Rapsch has built a good rapport with his extensive network spanning from North America to Europe, utilizing his strength by effectively communicating companies’ strategies and developments. His saying is “Marketing and communication to a certain extend is a life-line of a company, regardless if we are in a good or bad market cycle.”