The regal life means stepping up to the throne, and reclaiming your royalty. The regal life is simply reaching your God-given potential and making a positive change in your life and the lives of others around you. It's a magazine, a talk show and a lifestyle. Are you living the regal life?
The purpose of Regal Media Group (RMG) is to inform, inspire and enlighten. RMG founder Todd A. Smith believes everyone has innate talents and skills, but it is up to the individual to use it to make the world a better place. RMG’s aim is to …Read More
Although the ultimate goal of Regal Media Group is to provide something for every demographic, RMG’s initial audience is the educated and sophisticated male. RegalMag.com’s core readership comes from Black men ages 25-64, with at …Read More
Regal Media Group, LLC is one brand with two products, Regal Magazine and “Regal Roundtable.” The magazine dubs itself as the online magazine honoring our royal heritage and reaches tens of thousands unique visitors per month…Read More
The coverage of African-American men in mainstream media often becomes a bit cliché. The stories mostly sound the same: lack of education, criminal activity, unstable homes and a lack of skills to really compete in this new technological age. However, African-Americans know that those stories do not tell the complete truth about what African-American men […]Read More
Christian ministers should face scrutiny like any other human being. However, uneducated and uniformed scrutiny is unfair to ministers. The city of Houston became inundated with water because of Hurricane Harvey this past week. While many out-of-towners have checked on Houstonians and offered their assistance, many of the same people have only offered hatred and […]Read More
I can see a little bit on both sides. First, there is a recent anti-Confederacy “movement,” which includes taking down the Confederate monuments. One could argue, why now? They have been there for X-amount of years. But then again, one could argue that they have been “oppressive” or constant reminders of rebellion, slavery and even […]Read More