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FDA clears COVID booster shot for healthy kids ages 5 to 11

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 hrs ago

FDA clears COVID booster shot for healthy kids ages 5 to 11

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Scott Baio and Dinesh Discuss the Decline of the Movie Business

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:08 min | 17 hrs ago

Scott Baio and Dinesh Discuss the Decline of the Movie Business

"I'm back with actor and writer and producer Scott baio, Scott, we were actually talking about movie distribution and you said that you're looking forward to seeing 2000 mules tonight, even though you've seen some of the clips and things about it, I mean, this is a movie that we had to release in an age of censorship. And so our normal distribution, which is, you know, Amazon Prime and Apple iTunes. I'm like, I'm not gonna put the movie on these cancellable platforms. And so, I mean, we're in an industry movies, you of course have been all your life in movies that seems to be changing dramatically, doesn't it? Changing how. Well, because I think we're on the same page. Let's go ahead. Yeah, I mean, I mean in two ways, first of all, you know, I think back to when I came to America in the late 70s, early 80s. And there were just really good movies and by good movies, I mean they had plot, they had character, they had suspense. They had all the elements that make a movie. Now you have to sort of drag me to the movies because I find that those basic elements of storytelling seem to have been lost, so I mean, on the substantive side, but then I also mean that Hollywood has essentially become this kind of regimented one party state within a state. Yeah. Well, first of all, I think the movie business it's become a movie about tentpole movies, which is all the marvel movies and the big giant movies. It's hard for a small story. And I like marvel movies. I do. But it's hard for smaller movies to get any sort of attraction. In terms of television, it seems that they want to shock people into watching shows. And I can never understand that. I mean, you know, I grew up in a different time, I guess I was on television at a different time. There are, I would say a large majority of this country that really would like to see a good solid decent television

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Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 1 d ago

Jim Hanson and Sebastian Chat About '2000 Mules'

"So I mentioned it got to talk about it. That is the now the most successful documentary of the modern age in just over a week, it's netted 10 million gross. It has had a million downloads. It is 2000 meals. I'm in it guys full disclosure. I've got a stake in it, but it is so important. Got to ask you, this told us we were conspiracy theorists. That's nothing happened. We've got in just the areas where Greg Phillips Catherine, engelbrecht and the 2000 mules team looked. We have at least 400,000 illegal ballots that were being trafficked by NGOs by individuals who went to 27 drop boxes in 36 hours at 2 a.m. 3 a.m. what is your reaction to this? Is this a game changer? Will it affect those who are un political or in the middle potentially? What it needs to change is any state that still has a law that allows mail out ballots to everybody, ballot harvesting or any of these ways that our ballots don't go from one person's hand to the election officials directly should be outlawed. Now, I can understand mail in balloting at some level if you've got controls like states that do it well, is okay. But the states that just mail them out and these NGOs scarf them up, I got to tell you, in 2019, November, my wife and I took information to the Republican National Committee about ballot harvesting in California. Concrete concrete showed that they were doing it. They were registering people at Starbucks with addresses at dog parks, at places like this. We gave them the dataset that showed this. And they were like, that's great. We're going to go buy some 32nd attack ads.

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Florida Church Has Drag Queen Presentation

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:19 min | 1 d ago

Florida Church Has Drag Queen Presentation

"Well, I think a lot of Americans are understanding that. The chaos that seems to be forming in this country in every arena of life is largely the product of the left. Why their children are being sexualized at such a young age. Where was this church oh yeah, maples Florida? Congregational church of Christ, I think it was. In Naples, Florida, a city I know pretty well. And the southwest coast of Florida had a an event scheduled an event for kids from about 12 to 16, where they would feature what do they call them again? Drag queens, yeah. They would feature drag queens and have other LGBTQ. Programs and teach them how to be political activists. This is a church. So this is an example of something that's happened in Judaism Protestantism and Catholicism. And that is the left destroying it.

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3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

3 shot and killed in Milwaukee following night of violence

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What Happens Now With Roe v Wade? Ken Klukowski Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 3 d ago

What Happens Now With Roe v Wade? Ken Klukowski Weighs In

"We are back with Ken kowalski, a man who we rely upon for our legal advice here in America first. We're talking about the Supreme Court decision. What happens now? I've heard a lot of theories that the left screwed up here. They sort of wait until June and then the nuclear bomb effect of this dropping in June, closer to the elections would have been more useful to them. I've heard theories today that now nobody can back down the 5 justices can not back down because then it would make them look as if they were weak and gave into the mob. You've been watching the Supreme Court for years now. This is truly unprecedented in the modern age. So what kind of scenarios are we looking at until June and the official vote? Well, for one thing, Seb, I'll be putting an article up today, urging the justices to get the opinion out as quickly as possible. I mean, the draft that we saw was from February 10 that they would have continued to polish it and edit it since that time. So I think the opinion could be could be in good condition to actually be issued as is right now as in like this week. Now if there are other justices who are still writing concurring opinions or dissenting opinions, none of those have the force of law and they can just issue that whenever they're ready to do so. But the justices in the majority have the authority whenever they vote to do it, to just go ahead and release the opinion. And I would recommend doing so as quickly as possible. So that we can all move forward. So this is an official opinion. It's on the clock. It's in the books. And let me segue straight from that to another point you mentioned. And that is that, yes, I believe that every day, every additional day that transpires. Between this decision becoming official in November's election day is that tens of millions of Americans are going to realize that the left has lied to them for half a century about what the effect of overruling road would

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Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Mickelson decides not to defend title at PGA Championship

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Psaki gives final White House briefing

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Psaki gives final White House briefing

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Catherine Engelbrecht: There's More to Come After '2000 Mules' Release

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 5 d ago

Catherine Engelbrecht: There's More to Come After '2000 Mules' Release

"What, first of all, I'm gonna give you a one man clap here on the success of the premiere and the success of the movie. How does it feel? How does it feel now a week after the premiere at Mar-a-Lago? You know, I mean, I'm thrilled about the premiere I'm thrilled about the movie, but I am still, I mean, our whole team is still headed down. There is so much more to come and the movie sort of west the appetite for the remaining waves and that's where I'm my focus train. But I have to say this. If you think about the movie and you probably don't remember this, but there's this one very brief scene where it's just me sort of infinite white background that I'm kind of doing the video. That was a video that you helped me do. Ages ago when I was there to talk about. Yes. Yes. That was green. That was green screen overall beltway and yes, I recognize that and I didn't see the big thanks Sam alone part at the end of the movie. How did you go? No.

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Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:20 min | Last week

Pastor John Amanchukwu Shares His Story

"He has passed a John a Manchukuo. Welcome to America first one on one pastor John. Thank you so much Sebastian for having me. It was a delight to have you on my newsmax show just a couple of days ago. Now we have the luxury of a little bit more time here on America first, which you begin by sharing with those who are listing our 3 million listers plus all the people in the video feed, a little bit about your story, how you got to be where you are today. Just give us a little bio summary if you would. Well, I was born in Elizabeth city in North Carolina, moved to rallying up North Carolina at the age of 5, my mother packed up for children in a black and red thunderbolt Thunderbird with only a $100 to her name and we came and stayed in running with Carolina. We lived in a shelter for nearly a year. Progress through school here in Raleigh North Carolina went to North Carolina state university. I graduated from there and played football there, so go pack all of the NC state fans that is the only football team that matters. I got married in 2007, I have three children, a beautiful bride. I serve as a youth pastor at the upper room, church of God in Christ, and I've led a pro life group through love life at a local abortion community for the past four years.

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AP analysis finds growing number of poor, high-hazard dams

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

AP analysis finds growing number of poor, high-hazard dams

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Pfizer hopes to submit little-kid vaccine data by early June

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pfizer hopes to submit little-kid vaccine data by early June

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Bossware (MM #4059)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Bossware (MM #4059)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, the pandemic has caused many changes in our world. And of course, a lot of people have been working from home and some are going to never go back to work in an office. They'll be working via computer, probably the rest of their careers. But there's one thing people are starting to see, they weren't prepared for. It's called boss ware. It's basically spyware on your computers, so your bosses can spy on what you're doing, because their biggest fear since they can't be there to watch over you is to basically spy on you via software. And a lot of companies are already facing this problem as they put the boss ware on people's computers and it watches to see if you're doing anything on your computer. It's basically tracking software. If you haven't moved your mouse in a while, it wants to know why. Businesses have been doing very well. The ones who could work virtually have been showing record profits, and the employees don't understand why everybody's cracking down on them. That's always been the age old problem about the computer technology is people don't want you to waste time. They want you to do more. Produce more, and with boss ware, they may be able to accomplish that. Or they may lose some people too because they're not so happy being monitored.

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Bossware (MM #4059)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Bossware (MM #4059)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, the pandemic has caused many changes in our world. And of course, a lot of people have been working from home and some are going to never go back to work in an office. They'll be working via computer, probably the rest of their careers. But there's one thing people are starting to see, they weren't prepared for. It's called boss ware. It's basically spyware on your computers, so your bosses can spy on what you're doing, because their biggest fear since they can't be there to watch over you is to basically spy on you via software. And a lot of companies are already facing this problem as they put the boss ware on people's computers and it watches to see if you're doing anything on your computer. It's basically tracking software. If you haven't moved your mouse in a while, it wants to know why. Businesses have been doing very well. The ones who could work virtually have been showing record profits, and the employees don't understand why everybody's cracking down on them. That's always been the age old problem about the computer technology is people don't want you to waste time. They want you to do more. Produce more, and with boss ware, they may be able to accomplish that. Or they may lose some people too because they're not so happy being monitored.

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Bossware (MM #4059)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Bossware (MM #4059)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, the pandemic has caused many changes in our world. And of course, a lot of people have been working from home and some are going to never go back to work in an office. They'll be working via computer, probably the rest of their careers. But there's one thing people are starting to see, they weren't prepared for. It's called boss ware. It's basically spyware on your computers, so your bosses can spy on what you're doing, because their biggest fear since they can't be there to watch over you is to basically spy on you via software. And a lot of companies are already facing this problem as they put the boss ware on people's computers and it watches to see if you're doing anything on your computer. It's basically tracking software. If you haven't moved your mouse in a while, it wants to know why. Businesses have been doing very well. The ones who could work virtually have been showing record profits, and the employees don't understand why everybody's cracking down on them. That's always been the age old problem about the computer technology is people don't want you to waste time. They want you to do more. Produce more, and with boss ware, they may be able to accomplish that. Or they may lose some people too because they're not so happy being monitored.

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Why Is Everyone Going to Ukraine Except Joe Biden?

The Trish Regan Show

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Is Everyone Going to Ukraine Except Joe Biden?

"Let's turn to another story. I want to know why everyone's going to Ukraine, but the president. I mean, they've all been there, right? Blinken, Angelina Jolie, even Nancy Pelosi. She braved the trip. Let me share with you per the AP, Pelosi, who is second in line to the presidency after the vice president just became the most senior American lawmaker to visit Ukraine since Russia's war began more than two months ago. Pelosi and the half dozen U.S. lawmakers with her met with Ukrainian president, Vladimir zelensky, and his top aides for three hours on Saturday to show and voice their support. Well, good for her. You know what? I rarely say this. You know, about Nancy Pelosi because I generally am not a tremendous fan, but good for her for going. That took courage and I'm sure, especially at her age, and I say age with no age bias here, but it is just a reality, right? Because as you get older, it gets harder. So at her age, she went over there. She risked her life. She went there and did that. And they were able to protect her as they were blinken as they were Austin. So what about the president? What about the vice president? Why aren't we sending anybody that's higher up like that? I think at some point he's going to have to go and I just wonder why that's being put off. I don't know the answer to that. I mean, there's speculation. Of course, you know, about how he's doing, given his own age, but there's probably also some concerns, some security concerns that may be quite real. So I just throw that out there and think about this. Nancy Pelosi went for the president still has not gone.

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Why Do Some Celebrate 'May Day'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Why Do Some Celebrate 'May Day'

"Good may to you. Yesterday was May Day. Celebrated in dozens of countries around the world scores of countries. We still have nostalgia for the greatest mass murdering movement in history. Marxism, it's communism. It's quite remarkable. It doesn't seem like there's any level of evil you can do if it's done. With the right motives in people's minds, you've got to pass. Yeah, communism is great, just hasn't been tried effectively. The same people who say that about communism, interestingly, don't say it about let us say some of the terrible things done by Christendom in the Middle Ages. Right?

Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Naomi Judd, of Grammy-winning duo The Judds, dies at 76

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

03:43 min | 10 months ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"And i just completely fell in love with You know everything that i was doing and i had always had this little dream in my heart at the guy would become a printer that i would set up a little printing machine Actually seen those trudeau blackened brisard that you can put on the table. And i couldn't afford it. I found an old one. It'd be it costs eighty pounds at seen it in london. So i was shelving that dream and thinking what else to do and then this happened and so i thought well this is it. I'm going to zubeida. I'm going to stay on my life and As it happened. I started in the production department. So my love of diaper griffey printing Flu john's of being expressed over there and that release would mean to publishing and then some years into publishing lieu women's activism. I was involved in The anti-dowry movement the anti movement and when trying to figure out what we were doing and what the history of the campaigns that we were involved in was there was no material that would help us to understand anything. Whatever books we had were some view. Book one or two written by western scholars. It had no relationship with what we were doing. So that's when. I started to ask my bosses in the p. Why didn't we elizabeth's books about women on by them and their answer was what do women right. What do they do and will read. And what sort of subjects they're right. So that's when i decided okay. This is what i went to do. And i'm going to set up. A feminist publishing house and mended skills learned there as production person as editor and later as in england as a marketing and promotion would said books of came in very handy. This was i think. I don't think yeah. I'm still on the fact that big brands is you looking at Bringing women waste and dole use of. I think it was just that it was there. There wasn't a well developed. Women's movements was growing. They quincy a market. They hadn't seen that many authors. It was not a opposed to just indifferent unaware which can sometimes be more devastating. I mean now you look at all the big brands that they are actually. They realized this is a place to be which is paying women. I think it would be because you know that time. than been educated in terms of leading in writing in having an opinion was. I was not a much old fashioned. In that time. I suppose even today women have opinions is not really dove welcome. Let's do it's not so i think. Say for example publishing is today perhaps more away head off from the changes in patterns of Political activity or issues that have become important so they do a more open to publishing those but still not as much as they should be than they were then because at that time so the industry was you know it was hot in textbook of dishing. That was the main thing the there was hardly anything or trade publishing and to think of the kind of books we were talking about.

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"age of" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"age of" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Fellow sports fans of Sandy West here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history. We'll start off way back in 19 Oh, eight. Boston Cy Young pitches his second no hitter, beating the New York Highlanders eight to nothing sticking with no hitters this week in 1962 L. A Dodgers Sandy Koufax, no hits the New York Mets five to nothing this week in 19 6. 55, the city of Atlanta was awarded the NFL's 15th franchise it would begin play in 1966. The Falcons lost their first nine regular season games in 1966. Their first victory came on the road against the struggling New York Giants on November 20th at Yankee Stadium this week in 1980 Nolan Ryan, pitching for the Houston Astros strikes out Red Cesar Geronimo to become the fourth pitcher to 3000 career strikeouts this week in 1997 of Vander Holy Feel bleeding badly from his right here after being bitten by Mike Tyson retains the WGA heavyweight championship in Las Vegas when Tyson is disqualified after the third round this week in 2000 and nine Mariano Rivera earns his 5/100 save, becoming the second reliever to reach the milestone in the New York Yankees beat the Mets 42 for a subway series sweep. And this week in 2019, the Brooklyn Nets load up on elite NBA talent on the first day of free agency, signing Kevin Durant from Golden State, Kyrie Irving from Boston and DeAndre Jordan from the New York Knicks..

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"age of" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

04:13 min | 11 months ago

"age of" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"age of" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"age of" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"There are crevices, so there's air 159 people are unaccounted for, and four confirmed dead. Cava says A full and thorough investigation will be conducted with local, state and federal resources. And in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Four people are dead after a hot air balloon sailed into power lines this morning, the basket separating from the balloon and crashing to the ground. One person was critically injured and the FDA is adding a warning from Pfizer and Moderna is covid vaccines about rare cases of heart inflammation in some young vaccinated people. But the CDC says most recovered quickly. This is ABC News. Highly anticipated UFO report came out on Friday but didn't provide any concrete answers A B CS Alex Brechet reports. No evidence of alien technology and numerous documented unidentified aerial phenomenon. That's what shortages say's in this UFO report. But they also say that they can't quite rule out alien technology, either. One thing that is clear the report determined that the vast majority of the more than 120 incidences of these you apes being spotted Did not originate from American military or advanced government technology. Alex Push a ABC News, Washington and Britain's late Prince Philip is being commemorated with a special edition coin, whose design was approved by Philip in 2000 and eight, according to the UK Treasury. The £5 coin features a portrait of the prince, drawn by artist Ian rank broadly, while Queen Elizabeth two appears on the other side. The couple was married for 73 years before Philip's death in April. Limited edition coin is not for general circulation. UNI HAN ABC NEWS Jay Farner here, CEO of rocket mortgage and rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase, and it's likely that trend is only going to continue..

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"Fiction. I started reading because of what lozano sweet dinning and automatically started looking into the even started sampling and then what sections on these woke. I'll be very on fiction. Work and entertainment is on fiction that the stock on trust from the usual hurt. I can probably the harry potter series really superb given nine hundred ninety reporter gave them tools in communities to have been really. I mean game. I would say number one for me backtrack. So beautifully emond jewel. Just start your exactly so you need a great of strictly writers directors producers production designers to really will that off so. I think it's really the team that comes on board with pixelbook because it can be good or bad. The team can make a big difference. Which would be that one classic. Would you have lunch hour to some of the things i mean. I've always wanted to see a senior. Deputy another kid always and then you see some cartoons here and there and then i think also got made but that never really gave me the joy that i go to join from watching harry potter. Or game of thrones are ordering rings or you know. I mean hindi films or indifference. I've been at puts on books a couple of times and all of my collagen is have showed up in various eagles and food in over the last few decades. But for me. That really wanting which i personally miss at because it's three like nostalgic for me actually is archie comics. It's such a childish to give to this god in my childhood. I remember doing train. Yup yup copies classics and all. I mean did get mute. I'm not that big of classics lead them. Enjoy them on demand you know i. Yeah like i'm more into a more pop culture stuff. Tell about the super bowl franchises. All the big populist stuff is what i enjoy. Your medicine is tough. I don't appreciate you ask. God god's took it on it can't Do you think this adaptation Taking books to clean it really excites non-readers to get interested in exploding folks. Would i think they're definitely an impact. Definitely a positive impact. Homage has a positive impact will vary from culture culture. I think india. We're not that much. As though beating mission as viewing nation. I do never watch and read in the impact will be i think lesser but yeah there will definitely be an impact for sure. I mean i know people who bought books after watching the shows that they have. It's a good game auditor to win boy off. There's so many more have yet to come right hidden books that have been made funds so i think an impact but it's limited. I think it's going take some time. Florida i mean. Habits have changed the country gives you read more and then when they grow up reading i think that population is not as fast as it should be i your last comments or autos were linked to right and is there pitching themselves. How should one on.

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"I of what i think they do find. You know organic store. These stories that tap into usb embiid roots and got the origin voice every right of as original and first of all they do find stories. Which which you know which Fit in that grade of bed. Ridden voice as a storyteller i once they're shortlisted those ideas which they can do really relevant began. Look at what's being told around them in shows movies and obviously if somebody's already ordered in something that's come out and you're trying to write a similar story similar zone. Dead for screen is going to be difficult so you must look at you. Know like look at dukes around them now they should also look at the film's tv shows on them and then zero in on a story stands out is depending on their strength of narrative data original warnings and then packaging with the writing book with right synopsis. These are the simplest things but the most important things. I've seen so many times. A good story has been camouflaged by a terrible title and terrible cover a super power our terrible story so those things are very important because you have to be big business. It's about selling so then trauma storyteller you have to turn and reseller. You have to be more conscious about how you bitch a story once. You ain't is actually from storyteller. Was you audible columbus about how you picked up reading. And how was it for you that you reading reading. Comic books contain asterix archie comics and much quicker though multiple times over a decade or more and then i got into the habit of reading. I know that in the laura housing Children are that ostrich stopping this picking up really and nobody believes that have comics can lead into readings me for me. It was purely that which led me to then. Okay reading what in college. I actually read a lot of nonfiction. you from congo begin begin migrating on biographies all of those books. Nonfiction is my actually was favorite elite. For.

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"In some cases the producer will develop it on his own in the process in some cases in the process. So we discussed it together mutually and then we all agree on an approach. We find the right team that and woke on it in on the writers developer. So it's it's it's a collaborative effort between the studying and the producer that comes on board for that. Is that a defense the way we treat. Tony's cleaners up definitely need not offend to owning more defenses more than the kind of look at the european cinema japanese cinema than americans in a mind into them. All the styles additives and it's the same story is is publishes a book or not You don't it doesn't matter what matters is that one story is there. The each industry has their own kind of bay of developing material and digging into the screen and they will you know kind of talent that will get. It's it's of course. It means the is different. That's a different. This is different. You know all sorts of different. So i'll go on different and cinema especially salvadorians into the movie theater rise in popularity with streaming platforms. What do you think that affirmation in these languages. Otherwise we're gonna see the international nations on indian languages you in that's awesome Possibilities it relief as to how much of those studies accessible in an easier to review them. Read them and look at them. And that's a collision that you know. Like i was having to the job in books and german stories like the the key thing is the accessibility. And how do they get simple for that producer in that region do look at them and review them and see something exciting for the so. Currently it's very difficult to get into regional and foreign languages. It goes this whole accessibility britain. Though how you understand the details of the story endor the structures going forward but i think once those processes become easier then. Of course i mean ultimately everybody's looking for a better. Nobody's saying why won't a bad story. I don't to make it better. I don't want to find a choice. do you say that. That has been a huge impact in the film industry and the production has stolen that. Been you know budget cards. How do you see this all offensive operations now see. I think it's very very difficult to what will happen in the future given we have it covered. I think it all taking each month as it comes. But i think one thing is clear that audiences are they you know they just find a different medium reach out to the content and consume it so the audience you don't if you can also find ways to continue shooting and producing studies for screen or despite covered. Then there's no problem. The challenges of the gober schulman and for the production and if production continues then the search for stories. Two books will continue at the same pace because you know buying studies or developing saudis can only only that would you can do you know producing them so you they physically shot at some point and the productions need to happen safely and consistently so that really is the big challenge in all rich really to figure out industry if you have to give like a suggestion to turns open that match whatever five things one should really focus on for people who are particularly get monetize ing.

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"You know that is an opportunity then and what i did was pick books that i like and let me tell you in the beginning the first few months i got no support from the publishers military gyms not excited to what i started being was finding the rights were controlled by themselves and i need shelter. The autos directly useful shouldn't be there and for the first six months allergy chinlock daughters. And after that you don't ablation tells an agents are reaching out to eat so then it became easy to find you and all of a scam cluttered with the disjointed. But yeah i mean the first six months eight and six months and after that i got resemble confidence that eli moderate drank of solving a problem for the district actually any executive and you were able to sort of each other's now in of your experience you you also knew how to navigate to the industry so it wasn't that difficult for me to navigate despite which was the first book that you yawning trade. It was these two books by genre gained of eighty bucks modo and the the durbar so tamara jaw murder mystery cds. It's in a period. Where i just felt industries written by jim raj gained published by harpercollins. And these are my. I devoted that normal. And that's i kind of kickstarted with books. Mile adapting from to screen Given the world gamut of on being towards gendered low semtiments award. It's not as easy as howard used to be. Your would just pick up something and just converted into historian. Thinking won miss the The auditor comes has made it easier to experiment with on dent but when it comes to all these Stories what is this one thing that you think is the most important part and then how do daimler center on tangent even take that risk with fiction c. in india where used to as storytellers using auto figure of self censorship. It's always been like that because you know movies already. Sensor the daily soap always catered towards family audiences so as a creator as a producer. You always conscious about that fact. What happened on the internet..

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"I can either value to their lives and it's become its own joining. It'd been a little and have set up on most hundred. Forty press books with different producers in development developing in adapting to screen someone but the process has sort of really more becoming on more means steam. It's accepted and yeah it's now at the story a about from sitting of books with producers. It'll be eligible guys co producers and developers with production when we not only give the boot also helped put together as a project skips detector and then also take it to the funding studios for funding for complete a full circle of services that italy the story. That you started from an anglo Just goes i actually new angle. Lianglo that i should have a story company. Yeah absolutely what do you haven't mentioned the dog. Walk is the bollywood auctions that address originally produced and as i five co-production national bylaws in los angeles by my listing. Lead you to here. So i'll book screen adapation particularly. Did you even think in the beginning that it could be scaled up to this level that you are today or new so the book to skin. I didn't think that there was enough. you know doesn't of business day because you know i mean that not industy it. He limited pool of talent limited production house limited studios the small club right. And i thought you know it'll just be a few books. But i think what's happened. Is that this ngo forty. That's really a game but demand for more stories. Sort of suddenly increased and then put pressure on the movie. Companies and the dvd companies so dhabi p companies movie companies companies looking for content. So it's really expanded because of the ecosystem has expanded and surprisingly. I knew the ecosystem and expand but it will be embraced by the industry players of in such a nice way. That has taken me by surprise. I didn't think that people be interested abridgement. So i mean. I would always think that you know that. The first shock That's honestly the the smartest way of building project so it's sort of ligon. Its own life. And i am surprised. I don't think it's a lucrative business because see you know it's it's still it's still a limited pool of players But again you know. Because as i said we also focus on packaging projects and producing them. Then it makes more sense to do this. The more focused this kwan moment. When you feel that you can't. Mrs been my chief which tells you like okay. This is going to sustain because when you're doing a lot of startups it's also a lot of risks that we'll see in the first year was a you know the first six months. It was not enough because you know people not looking at enough books by by. Did this deal with anymore. For the camera sees by origin game utah and that was actually a pretty i. I deal for disease of books with us through animal and that's sort of. It'll showed me that there is potential mid might take six months to sort of you know get knocked but.

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"From birth And I remember whenever I attended it's a very very prestigious event. As you said, it's just live coverage on the German television so off this very quiet and still still you can hear a needle fall. It's it's quite exciting. I must say the only thing that I always think is a bit strange is that there are no facts interpretations in English, right? It's all it's a German or in the original language ceremony. It depends if you home if you are a visitor at the peace process celebration and you're coming from USA or Brazil or something like that, you will get the English translation script and your place so glad to hear it. You can see it. Yeah. It's because of the special form of the power Cruiser cousins roundhouse totally Round And if you try to make you can log Listen to the you can get a very loud speech for example, it's always very something like this because it's a celebrity will have an equal and then you can thumb it's not possible to listen to the people and yeah, okay. That's the reason yeah. Okay. So tell us a little bit about what is it going to be like in Corona time we go to Celebration this year ceremony. Yes, we going to have a celebration. Yeah physical physical one. Yeah, we've had them 50 guests instead of nine hundred. So everybody has placed around him. But unfortunately without our Peace Prize winner, you know materials and couldn't come home mostly because of the current ten years to go. He would have to come I think ten days before the celebration. Yeah sitting and dog Room, yeah without any contact and then we decided now that so he will deliver his speech live from Boston to us in the past culture and life was going the law. So speech this year. This is will be the German president Frank fighter-style Maya as I told you before it kind a little bit traditional the German president's delivered laudatory speeches during the Peace Prize. It was still the highest it was invited to the two times wage. Also a lot of the others and this year will be fun fighter steinmeyer and he's kind of fan of a Matthias and and he asked us if he can deliver a lot of tourists change and of course he can yeah. Yeah, I think are doing the past ten or Twenty Years there. The German president was always present, but he didn't log Yeah, speech speech so there's something very special, you know, ask you one more question about your books because as well because you would have not only published one but you've published three novels and the last one last year just before Corona started. So can you just tell us a little bit what's writing mean for you off when it started with the piece present 2003 was my first piece price and with Susan Sontag and the piece price came during the week is totally in my mind and I think after ten years I decided I have to I have to do anything else then only the Peace Prize and often as I like writing since I was six or seven Elizabeth I decided oh maybe trying to write a novel or something like that to have a dog. Another thing helps me to get through the the the piece price work, which is sometimes very very hot. So that's the reason why I started to write novels and I thought it was a.

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"Thing in Germany. Gosh. Wow. So my next question would have been what's this price mean in German society and how is it received but I suppose that goes without saying that it has a very very significant meaning of German Society. I think it helped them the German Society to come out of the insulation in the cultural way, you know at that time at the beginning of the fifties. There was a discussion can the German start for example at olimpiadas Olympic Games and Sweden and 1952 and there are a lot of people that said yes or no what this young people who can do this. They're not responsible for their parents. And in this time, I think it was dead. Very important that the price when delivered speeches who explained the situation of the way Germany and the nowadays or at that time but concerning the history of the Germans before we have Prize winners like Mom and scientists and about try to of course English. Sorry Hammond has all these people are trying to find new ways for the German society and order to communicate with others some countries deities. Yeah, I remember once when David Grossman this is the price that was also a very moving very very moving speech that he gave about history log. Germany and and is on his the person who never lived in peace because in Israel, there's always wore. Yeah, so and for Frank Smith, but and of course the German society as you said it is a very significant price and what does it mean internationally as it also recognized in other parts of the world, you know off the in the 60 the Peace Prize 60s and 70s to Peace Prize was and Eurovision thing so that it was broadcasted live off broadcasted left also in this kind of Scandinavian countries and Netherlands sometimes and friends are in Great Britain, I think in one time also in the USA. I thought it was two thousand and two thousand three when Susan Sontag, right rice, and it was broadcast by a little television company, but life off. And this was also very shortly before she died. Yeah. Yeah, I think six months. Yes. Wow, and you know whether other countries have comparable prices. Sometimes some people think that the peace price as a kind of the little sister of the Nobel Prize for Peace, but Thursday, we have different because the Nobel Prize of Peace you would get I think a million euro. Yes the prize money, but I think nobody knows a speech. I'm giving at the Nobel Peace Prize celebration, but a lot of people no speeches from the Peace Prize like the speech from Martin visor off this this kind of moral mobile coil. I don't know the English word or or other speeches. So the most important thing at the Peace Bridge It's the speech and not the money and little bit different from other prizes. Yeah, but I mean like countries like of course Norway the wage increase but other prizes, you know, there's a certain aspect the peace process a special thing because it's a mixture of the of the quality of the literature the art or the science that the price wage does in combination with his political understanding of the world. I don't think there's an a price comparable to the Peace Prize also because it's just a similar price and not a state price, you know have given by the government. It's given by the present value the actual hundred. Yeah and coming back to the decision-making. How long is the process of choosing for each year? And is it a unanimous decision lots of discussion about my day a lot of logging off. You know, it starts in January when we asked the people to send us nomination suggestions. And then with this information, I will write that those years of the nominated people for the jury. So 420. Yeah. Yeah. Wow, that's a lot of this year. We have five meetings, but only on digital ones. Yeah, and in this meeting meetings, we are talking about the nominates. We're talking about General things, but we want to find a solution with everybody can live on the jury. One of the jury members had no I can live with that decision. Then we have to look for another place and how long do these meetings last usually took two three or four hours a long meeting? Yeah, and in the jury that only Germans are also International person's birth. No doubt only German people because it's the piece price of the German Book trade. So the jury has to look from a German point of view. Oh, yeah, but the price promotion come from all over the world like this year Matias M from India or last year C plus the cargo from Brazil. So but you have to find something that connects the price went up with the German sub society. And that means that the suggestions the nominations can only come from German know also some International personalities open Thursday. But yeah, we have to see now. Yeah, and I think it's could be difficult for Indian author whose yeah not known as Germany because then I came can't get any information about him. So I think that's a bit difficult for him. So yeah. Yeah, you just mentioned that there must be some kind of connection. In between the nominations and Germany and there we also have people from very different walks of life. So from the Arts like under and keep us you just said and then Margaret Atwood was a writer named Grossman Martin visor, but also philosophers like Germany or mr. Hamas or off or even photographers. What.

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"Of choice for young people. These are the people that are making up the fastest growing segment in the audiobook market the eighteen to forty four age according to the recent APA survey, which that statistic was also backed up by. Zepa. Fateh, which is more global in And so an audible has started limited screaming streaming. Wire beginning in Spain but expect India's going to be next to follow and most of the content being offered are Amazon originals. As they probably hadn't yet convinced the big publishers sign on. So there's excise mic shift exciting and really interesting the lot to learn from I think for a leftist racists well on how to distribute things. K. Just. Referring to the fact that the biggest rules of audiobooks with younger population. So we talking about children's Your Watson obviously that is one of your. A. Waste of tease even more than just audiobooks listening is a crucial pre meetings scheduled to be developed in young age. Do you think the rising on your books will reform efforts, structures I definitely think they're going to be used more and more than back in the day you know beginning when I was working on there. For many a longtime teachers and educators would say that using audio books was cheating. But now there's been so much research that you know this isn't certainly isn't true and there's lots of benefits like the introduce students to books above their reading level allowing struggling students access on grade level checks, models good and fluent reading teaches critical active listening, and then you with the voice inflections that you get an audio highlights humor excitement adventure in books words might fall ladder you know, but you listen to the audio and it introduces new genres to students that they might otherwise consider and introduced new vocabulary difficult proper names or locales, and accents, and dialects, and in. Provide a bridge too important topics of discussion for parents and children because they can listen together. So they you know you hear you you're listening to what your child is reading..

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. That's tenant. Coming back to. The situation we're in now the covid nineteen situation we heard that audiobooks consumption has spiked in many parts of the world I just talked to India and they will compete. Amazed on holiday spiked. And so do you think that's GonNa continue or anything that's going to go down again I think it's GonNa be continue. So I think that. That once new listeners have tried the format though stick to it for all the reasons that people gravitate on that they can multitask have portability you know theatres covering. Wow, these are really. They fit into my life very easily so now. That until in the paper, I quoted Shelly. Money Hope I'm saying his name, right? WHO's the head of audible in India and he really had the feeling that customers were finding new ways to incorporate audio books and content into their lifestyles. So instead. Of listening to them during Commute Times, they were listening throughout the day..

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"To you by the German for this new. I am cloudy skies and both for the session. My guest today is Linda Lee a true expert on Fox. Let me quickly into snapping. Lee is the former VP of Western would studios the largest producer and distributor of audio visual materials based on children's literature. She then was the EP and publisher of Scholastic Audio The award winning publisher of unabridged audiobooks for children and young adults. She served on various Industry Board of Directors House, and since two thousand, nine, hundred nineteen has been working as an independent consultant in the field of children's media apart from that, she is the author of the White Paper on audio books. It's called taking the world by storm, which is available for free on Frankford website. So very excited to hear that. Thank you so much for taking the time on. Thanks for having me. I think it's a really really interesting subject and your white papers very very sought to lots of information I really enjoyed reading it so I can recommend to any everyone. Yeah. Let's talk a little bit about it and the audio books altogether. So my first question would be what Pique, your interest in audio books and to write this white paper. So actually the paper was commissioned by the Frankfurt Book Fair in conjunction with the company, a Zebra Lucien, which is a digital media distribution company that specializes in audio nee have an incredible analytics tool that enables them to gather listening act. Of course, there are large international base of audio listeners. Last year, they presented some of these listening Frankford audio summit, and it was so well received. They decided to do it again, but then they suggested. To for a white paper to be commissioned to me more completely frame their findings and dummy. You're own relationship or your own inches than audiobooks Leonard that start. Happen. Actually been in audio publishing for thirty years over thirty years. When I was first at Westwood? Studios. We always did does the books that we adapted we did read alongs for children and then when I joined scholastic as we said. It became the head of squad Gaudio as well. I also served on the board of Directors for the Audio Publishers Association, which is a great association that all the meagre audio major end smaller audio publishers in the US belong to. So I served on that board for six years and was hesitant for five years so I've been involved in audio. Longtime. Yeah. Really. Just coming back to the paper. How long did it take given? The data's not freely available? Absolutely it's just like people do a major..

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"Went through. Eight Sixty, seven ten days and had workshops with kits and teachers about. Topics like friendship or happiness sense more than easy once. So Bob, but also peer, for example. And it was was really great a. Are Not used to talk about topics like this and Yeah. It was really really nice. this experience and I went to Indonesia to Thailand Iran and Myanmar. Yeah maybe more what about India? What about India? India but I didn't work there so far. Maybe, you someone listens and in finds a chance to invite me to India. Because I would. Think five times. And I traveled a lot. Through the country and I also had a three or four times I. O. I love the foods like this. Yes and hoping when the task get better and. We are free from all his own stops. I. Have a Chance Nia. Okay. This beautiful country. And jump walk yeah. With can meet you there. But since you mentioned you're waiting for better times. How did you survive the pandemic I? Mean we are not sure whether we won't have a second wave black we. Hope that we're over the. The worst now, and how did you survive the pandemic and Germany and how did it affect Your Business? Actually. These Whitlam's some positive effects of Mama Life. It's like young lack the pause button. And you have to slow down normally it last year I traveled so much and I wrote a book and I produced a lot and. It was. A really am absolutely interesting year, but it was on the other hand was really exhausting and this year is the total opposite side of this and. You, realize. The character of people. because. There are so many people who will help each other and. We come together and I think about new possibilities of working together and there are people who yeah. Who Do their own stuff and? Maybe you realize that it's not good to together. That's what I'm mean you see the real character in time slack these. Young my company has a Hall Thomas Wa- but will also by and We have. Maybe we will be stronger and new visions and I talked to a lot of people and better use become very very. At, the moment that's why they asked me. If I, do the corona clear to explain not only everybody knows that there is corona and that you have to wash your hands but my job teaches job was to explain why do you have to approve wash your hands and why do you have to keep the distance and? What exactly happens to you if you don't. And that was really really nice and all the other we walk on. Solidarity at the moment or Topics like tolerance. For example, they are a more important than ever. And that's a good sorts could time for you and. Though way off thing he is. Yeah really seems like at the so many topics which are important. At this in this day and age. By the way for you listen to us, this is the first podcast and many months will actually sitting at one table obviously with a correct social distance. Butler sitting at one table and we're doing this in the physical. Law Matt. Yes. I am yeah and what is your advice with you having collected all of this experience? What is your advice? Let's say for colleagues developed an IP and want to get it out there. I think it's always good one when you don't have to make big money and a very, very short time. It's always good if you. Had other jobs to to yes to bring your foods. That, you can pay your rent stuff like this and that you Have the time to creates really hot and. With a good. Time management not hurry hurry hurry and Money money money. I think it's good to to. Give. Things. Good things time which they meet. So, you'll secret really is bring your food on the table with other jobs and give your most precious time to the IP that you love. I would love to make big money with. Nietzsche if. America which US A. For. It's just the license selling. They can make big money the tiny countries they don't pay so much money and it's it's always good to make money but relax and weighed. What happens if it's good, it will come to you at the real time it sounds like put something. Out like a can eat as well. So we have a lot of things in common. Is there anything that you would like to convey to our listeners in India? I of would be left that you are Oh that you are interested to what some episodes of visits, and US on facebook Youtube instagram or on a kitschy calm and. If, you have the chance peace spread key Gerona by Russ, because it's still so important that people know what happened and how they can. Protect themselves and Abbas to make the world a little bit thin. And fast because we want to travel again, we want to talk To Kiss and all this nice stuff. I want to ask my life back. Yeah we really hope you will get your life back and we will all get a life bax. Thank you so much Anya. Unfortunately, we have to stop here because of time issues. But you so much for sharing your journey with us and hope we can see Canadian India as well. And thank you off listening to us. We look for what to your comments and feedback. Please email us at contact at New Delhi dot GPO dot Ahrq also if he wants to know more about Kenichi are from company and also may last if you would like to sign up for a newsletter which we bring you a.

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"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"age of" Discussed on Business of Printing in the Age of Technology with Gautham Pai

"And African company has produced more than Seventy Kenichi animation films. And they have been translated into seven languages among them into Hebrew and Chinese in these films. Kenichi one does about issues like friendship mobbing FIA happiness, even death. Has Just finished her seventy third episode, can, eat and corona. Episode is free to download on you to. As if the world had been waiting for such a cute little guy discussing serious and not. So serious issues can needs to really took off since then. On Company has written nonfiction and fiction books with Kenichi and an APP also exists. Many institutions like the good institute or maximum La. As, well as the Frankfurt Book Fair have asked to travel to many distant nations what white to talk about and help develop TV and auditee programs for children in different countries. And at book, Fairs and other events presents and shares a success stories. Before the lockdown she had just returned from Iran I believe where she shed with and advised young producers, and before that she worked with organizations in Taiwan Indonesia Myanmar China, and of course, also India. So. Really Nice to have you here I've met you in Beijing, and then later in Jakarta where you spoke at conferences and champion success stories with Kenichi I was really really impressed not only with your story and how you mentioned to build the success and how growing it but also with a character clinch itself, it's such a pleasure to watch this little guy and photo his journey into his thoughts about different topics. But it's also fascinating to follow your path and how you got where you are. Now because you're a real or yourself mate woman par excellence. So. Thank you so much to take for you to take the time to speak to me today. So many questions about your own and to stories on my mind what we can get to discuss at least some of them. So here we go. Let's get started. Tell me a little bit about your education. What kind of education did you receive high Klaudia high. Audience in India. So real pleasure. To be here with you and to tell something about my education was a kind of Senate school education and afterwards I went to university and I was always interested in storytelling but it. Didn't seem to be very safe for my student because so many people wanted to be journalists and authors and. Really great jobs like this, and so I decided to study media education. And later I mix it up and it turned out is a really good decision. It's never easy to make big decisions for your own future when you are so young and in the meantime I think. I. Took a good puff. Yeah and when did you create your own company? I was still at university when I am. Did my last breakfast and a children's television and family programs in Berlin. And there I met A. Famous director and we were really good together. and. So we decided. To build up our own company and was women's team and I was twenty two. The time. Well, that's amazing. I couldn't lose anything. So sometimes it's easier to start very, very young because if you stuck later than you are you have you money and it's a big risk and in between you very young it's not such a big risk just fun to try to do things and it's Sometimes the best you can do. Yeah that's great but it does take quite a bit of courage. So. How did you get? You already told us a little bit about it, but hard to get to be a film producer and what kind of films do you do? I jumped into children's program lacked at immediately when I was twenty two, as I told you I found my own production company and produced in the beginning music videos, commercials, and auto programs for kids young adults. And a few years. Later, we started to produce an mission which is absolutely. Kind it's. On TV program with explanations about works are some topics which not so easy to understand for pets, and then animation is the best way to explain stuff. And so it was. A nice way to explain and is it. It's getting better and better, and we created our own stuff. And Kisha this idea of collegiate country you how did he come to? Ditch was born in two thousand twelve. Saw I German television asked me to produce a show about that. and. The good pod was that I was allowed to shoot in Mexico and Nippon Ghana and other countries which is. The best thing in my life when it can travel work because it's the best way to get really into a foreign country and to meet people really live there. It's not. Traveling like a tourist it's. It's a really adventure and jumping into life of people and. I had to explain on the other hand death. As a what how how it works? What is it? What is death? It's not only believe something happens with your buddy it's something which happens to everybody and so. I thought that you can't explain at without a character you have to to to to. To have someone who explains it, and that was a why reinvented little guy. In the beginning not the name Kenichi came after. After while small a mixture of a buried. Yes. You will know a very, very grumpy woods. Guy. Didn't like a women. He was really really grumpy but has nice name and it was. And the K- it's folkets are Kindo and German. And I thought it's a good name because it sounds nice slick. Sneaker. Ground Keach. It's in Germany feature if someone is. Which? And saw. It seemed to be a good name, not easy to spell nice to listen to UK. Yeah and.

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