Siamak Kalhor, Popular Radio Host and Founder of Cyberset Corp., Shares His Insights on Iran with Geraldo Rivera As the rhetoric about Iran heats up, moderates like Siamak Kalhor are hoping cooler heads prevail
LOS ANGELES, March 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Last week on KABC, Geraldo Rivera interviewed Siamak Kalhor, the host of the popular 670AM KIRN Radio Iran program based in Los Angeles. Among other topics, Mr. Kalhor spoke with Geraldo about the rising tensions between the United States and Iran, and about the relationship between the U.S. government and the Iranian-American community (the highest concentration of which is found in and around Los Angeles). As the host of a successful radio program, Mr. Kalhor has his finger on the pulse of the Iranian-American community, a diverse demographic made up of many different religions and political agendas. Mr. Kalhor reminded Geraldo that Iranian-Americans are patriotic citizens who love America, but they are not eager to see a war between the U.S. and Iran.
Siamak Kalhor's contribution to the ongoing dialogue was important, because while moderates outnumber the extremists, their voices tend to get drowned out once the saber-rattling begins. In particular, Mr. Kalhor is able to offer keen insights on the tech-savvy Iranian youth in both America and Iran; he is an expert on information technology, and much of what drives the recent political upheaval and calls for change amongst this increasingly vocal demographic is being driven by social media like Facebook and Twitter.
As the founder of a prominent Internet marketing company called Cyberset Corp., Mr. Kalhor has been at the leading edge of the latest developments in information technology for many years. Cyberset provides its large client base with a diverse array of Internet marketing services that range from search engine optimization (SEO) to local Internet marketing, pay per click advertising, and much more. The company is also heavily involved in social media, a vast frontier that offers opportunities not only for grassroots political movements, but also for businesses that want to engage with consumers who now do much of their research and shopping online.
Mr. Kalhor is frequently asked to speak on politics, business, and technology, because all three of these arenas have become increasingly interdependent over the last twenty years. He has been featured on CNN, WNYC, KPRC, CNBC, BBC World, and in the L.A. Times.
To find out more about Mr. Kalhor, or about his cutting-edge Internet marketing company, call 818-883-7277 or visit online at www.Cyberset.com.
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