Company: United News Corporation
Location: East Elmhurst, NY
Education: Bachelor’s degree in TV and Radio, New York Institute of Technology, 2004-2007;
Associate’s degree in Computer Science, Kansas State University
Career History: Founder, United News Corporation, 5 years;
Co-founder, Board of Directors, The Chrisagis Brothers Productions (Christian based band);
Rajesh Michael Lalloo, Founder of United News Corporation, has been recognized as a Marquis Emerging Leader for their contributions and achievements in the field of multimedia.
Mr. Lalloo became involved in his profession after working at a nonprofit disability organization where he taught disabled children and young adults computers. The programs did well and the parents loved them, however, there were hang-ups due to politics and external situations. Mr. Lalloo then found his call in life, to be an example for his children. In this respect, he founded the United News Corporation as a testament to never giving up or being afraid to take on the next step. In addition, he is a co-founder and a board member of The Chrisagis Brothers Productions (A Christian-based band).
In 2007, Mr. Lalloo earned a bachelor’s degree in television and radio from the New York Institute of Technology. Prior to this, he earned an associate’s degree in computer science from Kansas State University. Utilizing the skills he learned from these academic pursuits, his current responsibilities include building a conglomerate multimedia company. He is active in investing in different companies and producing short and feature films.
Mr. Lalloo attributes his success to focus, patience, and consistency. Some of his creative works include serving as a producer for the Night Fall TV Series with BMTV and as a podcast radio show host for “Make that Bloody Movie with Coffee.” The Night Fall TV series has been recognized on numerous occasions, including being a Quarter-Finalist at the United States Film Festival, a winner in six categories at the Hollywood Blood Festival, and a winner of the Rome International Movie Festival. In five years, Mr. Lalloo hopes to see a lot of the films that he’s creating with his team to be in the market. He sees growth in his company and helping to build a more humanitarian society.