Rick Santorum

CEO of Echolight Studios

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CEO of Echolight Studios, a new faith-based film company based in Dallas, Texas. He’s a former Republican Senator from Pennsylvania and a 2012 presidential candidate.

Rick Santorum on KCRW

The Business producer Darby Maloney talks with former Pennsylvania Senator and Presidential candidate, Rick Santorum on why he wants to get in on the movie business.

Rick Santorum

The Business producer Darby Maloney talks with former Pennsylvania Senator and Presidential candidate, Rick Santorum on why he wants to get in on the movie business.

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When he ran for president last year, Republican Senator Rick Santorum received little love from Hollywood filmmakers.

Can Rick Santorum Make Christian Movies Popular?

When he ran for president last year, Republican Senator Rick Santorum received little love from Hollywood filmmakers.

from Which Way, L.A.?

When he ran for president last year, Republican Senator Rick Santorum received little love from Hollywood filmmakers.

Can Rick Santorum Make Christian Movies Popular?

When he ran for president last year, Republican Senator Rick Santorum received little love from Hollywood filmmakers.

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