35 Burst results for "Executive Producer"
'View' hosts say they had false positive COVID tests
"Host sunny Hostin an ana Navarro of the view say they apparently had false positive covert nineteen test last week that derailed a planned interview with vice president Kamilla Harris I'm marquees are loaded with the latest it was a dramatic moment of live TV on Friday when sunny Hostin an ana Navarro were pulled off the air when they tested positive for covert nineteen the show scrambled to set up a remote interview with Kamilla Harris after all the hosts were tested multiple times over the weekend the show now says nobody has tested positive Austin says it was uncomfortable for her results to be released publicly before she knew what was going on executive producer Brian teda apologize to Hostin and Navarro and said no one was ever in danger however he says it was really awkward television that he'd like to have back if he could
Chris Cuomo's Former Boss at ABC News Accuses the CNN Anchor of Sexual Harassment
"We are doing this show in. Houston we do. The first aaron houston and historic popped up about a cuomo accused of sexually harassing Former boss and if you remember. Chris cuomo was involved in that horrible at unethical. Immoral scandal of helping out his Disgusting brother the governor and never reporting on it. Like if you wanna have your brother. That's hanging whatever but the scandal was. He wasn't reporting on her telling me biding their meat mistake. People and what a disaster taken off the air new york post but about an hour ago former abc executive producers accused. Chris cuomo of sexually harassing her. This is this is not family. Friendly content I guess it was a party and he grabbed her rear end in front of her husband and co workers. What's what's the cuomo guys. What is that. The woman shelley. Ross said she was at a park. What i was at a party with my husband who sat behind me on an ottoman sipping his coke because i spoke with work friends. Mr cuomo entered the upper west side bar. He walked toward greeted me with a strong bear hug while lowering one hand to firmly. Grab and squeeze. Her took us He said i can do this now. That you're no longer my boss quote. She said he said it was a kind of cocky arrogance. She's no you can't. I said pushing him off of me at the chest while stepping back revealing my husband who had seen the entire episode at close range. It's we quickly left while job. Well i think you know the end of this. When the end of the sentence say in texas there might be an incident if you grabbed the rear end of a woman and squeeze it like
Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy
"Today's episode. We remember the magnificent character actor. Michael kenneth williams. Who was found dead on monday of a suspected drug overdose at the age of fifty. Four williams was a five time emmy nominee for best supporting actor in a limited series or tv movie for bessie in two thousand fifteen. The night of in two thousand sixteen and when they see us in two thousand nineteen for best informational series or special for vice in two thousand eighteen. He was an executive producer of the show. And for best supporting actor in a drama series this year for hbo's lovecraft country indeed. Even before his tragic passing he was the favourite to take home. His first statuette on september nineteenth williams also appeared on the sopranos alias. Boston legal happened. Leonard and many other acclaimed. Tv shows as well as in films. Such as two thousand seven's gone baby gone two thousand nine the road and two thousand thirteen twelve years a slave which won the best picture oscar but he was best known for his work on to other. Hbo drama series for which he criminally never was even for an emmy the wire on which he played omar little and boardwalk empire on which he played chalky white the wire which was created by david. Simon is considered by many including me to be the greatest show in the history of television. And he the greatest character on it a gay shotgun-wielding stick up man who terrified even baltimore's most hardened criminals whistling hunting. We will go as he stopped the streets and famously warning one challenger you come at the king you best not miss. The new york times described the character quote one of primetime preeminent anti heroes in a tv era defined by them close quote
Remembering Michael K. Williams & His Legacy
"Today's episode. We remember the magnificent character actor. Michael kenneth williams. Who was found dead on monday of a suspected drug overdose at the age of fifty. Four williams was a five time emmy nominee for best supporting actor in a limited series or tv movie for bessie in two thousand fifteen. The night of in two thousand sixteen and when they see us in two thousand nineteen for best informational series or special for vice in two thousand eighteen. He was an executive producer of the show. And for best supporting actor in a drama series this year for hbo's lovecraft country indeed. Even before his tragic passing he was the favourite to take home. His first statuette on september nineteenth williams also appeared on the sopranos alias. Boston legal happened. Leonard and many other acclaimed. Tv shows as well as in films. Such as two thousand seven's gone baby gone two thousand nine the road and two thousand thirteen twelve years a slave which won the best picture oscar but he was best known for his work on to other. Hbo drama series for which he criminally never was even for an emmy the wire on which he played omar little and boardwalk empire on which he played chalky white the wire which was created by david. Simon is considered by many including me to be the greatest show in the history of television. And he the greatest character on it a gay shotgun-wielding stick up man who terrified even baltimore's most hardened criminals whistling hunting. We will go as he stopped the streets and famously warning one challenger you come at the king you best not miss. The new york times described the character quote one of primetime preeminent anti heroes in a tv era defined by them close quote given this week. Sad news i thought i would resurface an interview that i recorded with williams just over a decade ago. Shortly after the first season of boardwalk empire
Lee Habeeb, VP of Content at Salem, Responds to Mayor's Charge He's 'Selfish' About Vaccination
"Lee habib is a friend and a colleague he did. I collaborated on one of my books. He's vice president of content at the salem media group he is executive producer. Has a great show our american stories which tells the stories of innovators in the arts and sports and business and education and he got he got cogan and had a really rough experience. He joins us to talk a little bit about it lee. I haven't talked in a while. It was great to catch up with you last night after. I read your piece at newsweek which has gone viral a kovic nineteen patient response to the mayor's charge your selfish about the vaccination. What a ride. You've been on my friend mike. I got covert. My wife got coburn and my daughter got code. But i got it hard. Ultimately had blood clots light pneumonia. Thanks to great medical. Help i was. I was cured. And i'm fine now but while i was laying in the hospital bed recovering my mayor in my little town of oxford. Mississippi got on a national news network and she was asked by the anchor. What about people's personal choice. What about it's my body. It's my life and she said well if patients want to choose not to take the vaccine and be selfish and take up hospital beds. Well then. they're not concerned about the greater good. And i'm thinking i'm laying in a hospital bed and she knows nothing about me or my family so i said i'm going to write a letter to her and my letter was simple. I told her about my life and my family. My mother-in-law lives with us. Mike and she's seventy. We decided that she had four co morbidity. He's she smoked lung problems. We convinced her and every senior. We know to get the vaccine. We're not anti actors and we're not luddites mine. Situation was i took the first shot. And i had a very negative reaction because i'd had a surgery in my heart but it didn't sit well with my doctor told me not to take the second vaccine dose because i had more of a chance of being harmed by the dose than did from
Mike Richards Is Out as Producer of 'Jeopardy!' and 'Wheel of Fortune'
"Just days after Mike Richards was removed as the host of the TV game show jeopardy he's now out as the show's executive producer too I marches are a lot of what the latest an executive memo to staff says the hope was that Mike Richards stepping down as host of jeopardy would minimize disruptions in internal difficulties but that clearly has not happened Richards will no longer be the executive producer of jeopardy or his other show wheel of fortune Richard came under scrutiny when comments he made about women Asians and Jews and podcasts from eight years ago resurfaced Richards was to be the permanent replacement for Alex Trebek who died last November
Don't Expect Netflix's Live-Action Cowboy Bebop to Be a Remake
"Today. I wanna talk about Some pictures came out little pictures. Some hot sexy picks some hot sexy people. A see you later space cowboy. Oh the net flicks live action cowboy bebop. I think it's probably the most anticipated. Anime adaptation for net flicks. We've seen in a long time. There was some buzz with some full metal alchemist. There are some buzz with death. No but i think a lot of people really excited particularly with john show being attached to the role also with the creator being attached to supervise and beat executive producer as well as the original composer for the music is going to make new new music for it and we saw the picture so it had some john show with the headphones in the in the blue with the yellow button up underneath it did at some black doing some cool action star pose but all the entire crew were faye. Valentine and i'm walking down a wet and then also some cool martial arts attacking the the wooden site anything. i think. Boxing of dummy dummy With john show and just all the ads and then another one from daniella pineda for her. Valentine holding a gun and then one of them on the chair inside their Their ship much famous poster. Yeah so i thought the internet was Quite excited for it from what i saw For me i roy's rather be optimistic and wrong than to be cynical and writes As much as i want. And i can expect certain things from certain franchises. I think not. Many people have found netflix adaptations of enemy favorable and it might fall into that same category. Who knows but it's kind of fun to live in this moment and have the curiosity as well as the excitement to just like it could be great. Who knows this could be wonderful and it. Might you know it could be hour long episode. I don't think we know that information yet but you know so far. It's like they look like they're trying to treat the source material very faithfully as well as adapt certain things to meet our modern. Like the things that we like. I don't know what to call it. Tastes are modern. Yes those really
‘Candyman’ Hooks $22.3 Million Opening at Box Office
"Handyman had quite the opening at the box office. The movie raked in over 22 million free guy came in at Number two on Jungle Cruise came in at Number three, Candyman just became the first movie directed by a black woman, DaCosta to top the box office and she also co wrote the film with Executive producer, Jordan
Whats the Best Advice You've Ever Received?
"I wonder what the very best piece of advice you've ever received was. Oh that's so easy. I can't believe very asking me that influence now. I really want to know the best advice i've ever received was approximately one point five years ago when an angel from heaven visited me and said stephen life is short. And if you know what's good for you you will ask angela duckworth to make a podcast with it. Most of the questions. That was not the best piece of advice you've ever received. I think it was an angel from heaven. It might actually just been our executive producer. Okay you will have to tell me the second best piece of advice i ever received then. The advice that comes to mind is something that happened. When i was quite young i was maybe eleven. Twelve years old. I grew up in upstate. New york kind of middle of nowhere and our dad had died when i was about ten and so it was rural but people really did look each other. There came to emerge a pattern. Where men who were not my father would contact my mom and say hey. Would you like me to take little stevie out for an adventure of some kind and it was almost always fishing. That's what people did so there was this one guy. His name was bernie dusk quits. He was the barber in the town and bernie took me out on a boat in this lake. One day we were trying to catch you know the big fish and we were getting nothing. We're getting no bites and this went on for like an hour. To and i was bored but i was also very polite and obedience. I didn't say like this sucks. Onboard just sat there kept fishing then it started to rain. Really hard and bernie does quits drove the boat in towards the shore under some trees to be protected from the rain and all the sudden we started catching all these fish. But they're little fish too little to keep. But i was having a blast. Then the sun comes out and bernie dusk quits pulls up anchor and drives right back out into the middle and even though i was kind of quiet and shy and obedient. I said hey what are we doing. This is the best fishing spa ever and he said these are just little fish. We don't wanna keep catching them. It's not really worth the time. Let's go catch real fish so we went back out. We never caught a real fish. We literally sat there for another two hours. Catching nothing but the lesson. I took away after much. Rumination was that sometimes it is really a good idea to go for the big fish to not be satisfied with the little easy target in front of you. Even if you spend a lot of your time pursuing the big goal and it doesn't work out and that's something that i don't know for some reason that day stuck with me long enough that i was able to process it and as an adult think about that all the time. It's one of the reasons. I really fell in love with economics. One of the central tenets of economics is opportunity. Cost right if you spend all your time catching the little fish. You won't have time or developed the technique or the patients to ever catch the big ones. I think it's the best single piece of advice that's ever been sent my way.
"executive producer" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"You know why he went. Holy smokes this is what the contestants went through. You know and that was to be honest. A very Inspirational things for me. When i was in treatment dealing with my own addictions and i really had to reflect. And the last thing that i really wanted to do for years of my life was to be able to sit with my emotions. And that's what we did with the biggest little contestants. We had them sit with their emotions and go. Okay who are you really. How are you coping with the obstacles. That left though that you you draw. I live with bipolar disorder. And i know deep down that. The only reason i'm a mental health advocate is because of my own personal experience. It's not an uncommon story. Is your connection the same. I guess ultimately what i'm asking is. Why is a hollywood producer interested in helping people with mental illness. It's such a great question and yes like you. This is personal for me. I went through very severe depression anxiety and years of addiction to alcohol. Because of it. You know it wasn't just a drinking problem. It was a problem that i was treating with drinking. Once i became better and when i recovered from that i wanted to make sure that other people were aware that they're not alone in this world. Tell us a little bit about exactly. What changed your algorithm is it. It sounds like what congress is trying to do to facebook or yeah it is and yeah basically change. Your algorithm is a free mental wellness program with certified mental health professionals than volunteer their time to help anyone. And everyone. And the reason why. I call a change. Your algorithm is because i really want people to have hope you know we all abide by the quote unquote algorithms that we have rights for me. Anyway i tell myself i'm always going to be depressed and always going to be addicted. I'm always going to be anxious. But truthfully there are ways and tools and skills that we can learn these certified mental health professionals that can help us change the algorithm or our lives comes down to our belief system however healing from traumas and the stories that we're telling ourselves and once they changed that story the algorithm of my life completely changed now as i understand it change. Your algorithm is one hundred percent correct. It's one hundred percent free you know. I spent thousands of dollars. When i was in treatment and while i was very grateful for my experience i wanted people to have the experience but without having to spend a single penny so that they can save their own life. I was very fortunate. I truly saved my life. Because i have a better understanding of how my mind works and i want people to experience that with eurodollars. That is incredibly awesome. Basically i used to tell myself all of these negative things these false negative beliefs that i carried with me were for years of my life Which is not good enough. I'm unworthy of love of a deserving all these great things despite the success money shows you've done inside. I felt like i wasn't enough. So that was my software if you will. That's how i program myself to believe that. This is how i'm going to function in this world. So that became my algorithm. And i created the program change algorithm and cold at that because like all things tax you know. Let's say our phones. We sleep to recharge we look for connection that we can store a ton of data but when phones malfunction. They can reprogram themselves. Our human malfunctions are anxiety. Depression addiction this sense of unworthiness. We forget that we can reprogram ourselves. And so that's what i had to do i to work on upgrading my system. None of us are using windows. Ninety seven on their laptop anymore if we were our laptop would probably not be functioning as well as it could be. And that's basically what happened to me that i was working off of this old software old program and it was affecting my life and so that's what i had to do. I make a mental upgrade when we talk about changing our algorithm it it so simple you use the example of just upgrading software and many of us. We just hit the update button. We come back two hours later and poof. Everything is resolved. I imagine that. It's not that simple. And i want to give you an opportunity to talk about that because i don't want anybody to hear this. This guy's just sell and magic beans right right right. Exactly what it took for me to change that negative self belief that i had was to be able to seek therapy to ask for help. And then i learned about things such as how the subconscious mind works versus the conscious. Mind and how might traumas are not my fault. All of my emotions are actually valid and not to be ashamed of them. And how i'm the observer of. I thought that was a big lesson for me to learn how i can observe my thoughts and not actually just be my thoughts to be able to learn things like that and practicing how to set boundaries how to find forgiveness how to use gratitude in my life was a game changer and the fact that i didn't know these things i could certainly run any. Tv show but the fact that. I didn't even know what mindfulness was was shocking to me. And that's why me is an executive producer. I'm using my skills to be able to use bedia and whatever sources. I haven't entertainment to show people that mental health is something that we should be talking about the more we talk about it. The less people feel alone. Oh i love that.
"executive producer" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"Void where prohibited by law. And we're back with hollywood executive producer. Joe roloff agos joe. You worked on the biggest loser for ten years. And i would absolutely be remiss if i had you on the show and i didn't ask about the biggest loser. What was that whole experience lake because many people talk about the eating disorders that that many of the contestants have and i know you talked about how you used drugs and alcohol to mask mental health issues and i do think there's probably a commonality in there. Was that difficult for you. What did you see. I'm just asking your opinion about sort of the combined mental health struggle of of you and the the contestants that you worked with yeah it really just proves that everything starts with the mind. You know the contestants on the biggest loser they weren't on the show just because they love the flavor of pizzas and burgers. They were there because they were telling you themselves. Something and then food became their comfort. Food became their coping skill. There's nothing good or bad with food. It's whatever we make it out to be. The contestants on the show had this relationship with food where it was filling up this void where they felt like they were so empty and a lot of the contestants felt like they had that sense of unworthiness. They felt like they had that trauma that they never healed from. They felt like they had that relationship that they could never have. And then food became all of that and so what happened was they got onto the show and yes. There was a lot of working out and a lot of eating right but a lot of it was being able to. You know work with the psychological aspect of the relationship with food and it really came into play once. I started to have my own addiction not with food but with alcohol..
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"Season four at times seem to be a little critical of the phantom and sort of the fourth wall breaking with the story train episodes and some of that stuff was was that was that the right take away from those episodes or are things a the fans wanna see. Maybe not always the things that they need to be seeing. How do how do you guys sort of process through those sorts of questions. Do you mean like Like wanting to see. Evil morty in every episode or i certainly don't say that like putting him in that episode was meant to be any sort of jerky dangling. Fm it was certainly not to be mislead either. Like i think they simply. I think this was before. I got there so i don't want to speak out of turn but i'm pretty sure they just solely based like they saw that episode as fun cool way to go crazy and a way that they can. Just throw those people in there without having any canonical weight. And i think it seems like people thought that was a red colour. Were bombed or maybe that was all they were going to get. Aviva morty and i can say that was that was never the case. I think people saw that as its own little island and that there were always plans and ideas for bigger things beyond that. Yeah because because i think like for for us the the what we ended up taking away from that episode specifically was the writers. You're you're going to create this world and you're going to create these stories and and we as as you audience should have a little bit of Wish should assume a noble intent. That you're gonna write those interesting stories with those characters. That aren't what we're expecting. But it's something that we're still going to appreciate when when we actually get it. I think i think you just articulated that really. Well i think that's that's completely our prime directive to give everyone a little taste of everything and that includes those those things were certainly not looking to just do.
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"I know he's a controversial character. I was gonna say it's okay. It's okay that it's a controversial character. Because there was such a short turnaround. As far as i can see a callback right Because there used to be called backs to season one three four years later In right now to call something back in the same season you know that. That's kind of a departure. I'll say like feedback aside because all this was made pretty feedback We intentionally thought it was cool. Surprise people with a callback within the same season we being keep trying to want to reinvent the wheel where they're like they'll never in their life. See him as the cavalry in an episode. Three like three or four episodes down the line like we were super excited about that. Admitted a little bit more complicated. Where's the crash. Because i loved. I loved. I loved go tron and the last thing i would want like i. I don't want people to knock that because they don't like this one. If we're if we're over thinking things you know you don't you don't have you don't have to answer. Listen don't want but do you. Do you think how do you think the The accidental release by amazon of that episode affected the reactions to it. I don't know i love you. Guys have feedback on it. I know it was furious about it. I mean the only upside the only tiny upside like know. We're just if for instance like we released our titles fans pick those titles apart and try to make sense of things mike entire episodes about it. Yeah really big on our security and like you know for that to be one like you said. We rarely call things back when we're doing we're in our minds. We were doing a really special surprise one in the same season for that. The air i in canada. The only upside was that people didn't understand it because they hadn't seen that aired in place of the first episode so that was just a completely confusing weird thing to them. I was bummed about it. You want things that are in the order that you ideally saw them in your mind because that character ended being controversial. I think for some folks. The you know the ones who spoil themselves. Yeah they. I think they saw that and they're like okay. We think some of them liked it more and then spread that word a little bit too to right to to soften it out a little bit. So i yeah. I don't know i i i. I wish that i could've seen you know a side world where that episode didn't release to see what the reaction you did you did you see. Did you watch it. Accidentally popped up the first go round. No no i. I managed i'm ahmad in the sub reddit and i was like no. I'm not. I'm not taking part in that. Yeah it'd be tough. I be tempted to for some reason. That i i. I sometimes blow spoilers from my cell phone. Why on earth did i do that. I actually want to see that movie. Why would i read that. Which like for for brandon. I he's always the one looking at spoilers anomalies. The lynn voiding them. But in this case. We're both you know united front like okay..
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"A kind of more of an asshole and now he's he's kind of softening out for the most part. I think in in season five. How do you in the in the writers kind of keep giving him opportunities to grow his character. How do you keep his his powering and de powering kind of from alienating an audience that it's it's a it's a constant it's a constant pushing hole on an episode by episode basis Because something that goes right in line with that was just the fact that he's like a effectively god in so many ways so many ways it's like man he could easily get us out of this jam. How do we. How do we figure out a way to get around that without. We never really wanna get them in like a lane way so been the same way that we don't want to give him like superman way. We also don't wanna give them in emotional way because it's important to us that like To keep rick rick so we're always trying to play that game 'cause like a the show is got a long life ahead of it so you don't wanna just suddenly make mr rogers and not making unrecognizable character that that we love like we all love. What makes rick. Rick as well from our is you know. He's just belonged that he spends time with a family. Any isn't just this. Loan rogue rick floating around the world just through just as moses. Is he just becoming a little bit more human but we like to think. He sheds that whenever we can in terms of his his time with the family in in a mortenson graffiti i love we love the episode titles by the way rick put work into he. He has like a certain shame about blatantly using jerry and admits through his sincerity. That he's capable of loving jerry. Is this like a thing that we might see continued to develop is sort of like a one off like yeah like he doesn't completely jerry or is this another like evidence of sort of how he's grown appreciate the family. I feel like he looks at jerry. The way like a god might look at andt like like. This is so lopsided. This is so unfair. Like this man's an idiot. But i'm just gonna I think in that same way also got a bit of a soft spot in just how lopsided that is you know and also might. My daughter loves this. This schmuck and he seems to bring a balanced. I don't see what she sees in him but he brings some level of balance to this world. I think he's smart enough to see all that so he just tries to stay at jerry's way it's like. Sometimes i see aunts rolling around in my backyard. And when i was a kid stomp on the pile like echinacea. Sound like it's kind of a dick move. I built like little bridges forum. Toss of bread to a. That was some of the stuff we found in that in that episode with practitioners. That like rick felt a little bad about the setup. You know like a jerry. Sorta his joke. It felt like he was stepping out a little and felt a little bad. Jerry was suddenly other people's joke it was it was kind of misusing his god powers a little. It's like it's okay to pick on your sibling but then if somebody else picks on your sibling exactly now now now this is. This is my this. Yeah this is who. I beat up on. Yeah right i. I had a question on the rob shrub helmed rick convenient more And it's it's kind of. I wanted to talk about a kind of a plot..
"executive producer" Discussed on Rick and Morty Podcast
"It's the main thing on didn't is the main thing didn't hang ball. Dick made the ball ball. He stopped saying. You're looking down the entire time. And i was just waiting for you to just waiting for you to look back up from whatever notes you were taking taking them notes. I gotta use your time effectively. That's when i whenever you're talking. That's when i respond to people in chat. Yeah we have great communication in this show is. That's that's why you guys love it. All right everybody. It's it's the main thing and as we have hinted Several times already very special guests. This week We were fortunate enough to sit down for a little bit with scott martyr who is executive producer. Show runner runs the writer's room on the show and really great conversation where we get to talk about A little bit about how he got started with the show but then really jump into some specific questions about season five. I think we touch on just about every episode that we've seen so far and and really get a little bit of perspective about what the writer's room was thinking Some of the choices and why some of the choices were made For for certain stories and Just really cool to kind of get all of that perspective. One one hundred percent we we had. We had just a bit of time with them and so we we wanted. We wanted to make sure we covered basically all the basics originally when we we were planning talking to him a couple of back right after episode five aired and for this saturday the reason we we rescheduled. I'm so glad we did reschedule because it it took us all the way to the bird person episode French french shine of the spotless mort. So we got. We got to talk about that. We have a question per episode. Essentially wish wish we could have dug in more but him giving us the time as we can't we can't thank him enough but but Yeah we are so excited for you to listen to this. And i think without any further ado. It's our interview with scott martin. Everybody our guest. Today is a veteran television writer and producer his credits include beau jack horsemen the mic and the family guy he is the creator of the animated series unsupervised and it was a producer for over one hundred episodes of another indie hit. It's always on an philadelphia. He's currently the producer on another relatively unknown show. We sometimes cover rick. And morty aware a warm there a warm. Welcome to you. Mr scott martyr. Thank you so much for coming on the show. You what a cool. What a cool in show. I feel like this is like this is your life. And here's your college roommate. Poche it your dad. Your dad is actually in the side room. He's he's he's got the soundproof earmuffs. On so catalina a blowing around in that japanese game show. We didn't tell them about it. It's it's gonna be a lot of fun. That was one of the worst images for some reason that i'll have stuck in my head. You remember that show like super sweet sixteen or something happened. It was like an old then. Tv show from twenty years ago. It's like they just showed how kids would have the most elaborate sweet sixteen parties and one of them. There was one of those boos with money blowing around but on the booth that said daddy's money grabbing all the bills. I was like wow. That's what a new low for obnoxiousness that that. That's one of those shows..
Mike Richards Steps Down As "Jeopardy!" Host
"Who is the new host of jeopardy and said Mike Richards, you are wrong. Richards has stepped down as host after a report about past comments demeaning to women surface this week. Richards is the executive producer of Jeopardy and was picked recently to replace the late Alex Trebek. This
Mike Richards Steps Down as Jeopardy! Host
"Up. The short lived game show host who just stepped down after pass. Offensive comments came to light. Who is mike richards. The newly minted jeopardy hosts has stepped down effective immediately. This all comes after some raises remarks. We served as also some offensive comments. He made about women shirt a letter with staff today apologizing for the negative attention on this show in a statement to e. news. Mike said there is no excuse for the comments he made first of all. This was a last minute. Switch up for us this morning. This was a last minute. Switch up for us. how dunkin. Mike richards the no. No no that's not fair. Let me let me say why why. Mike richards was the ep of the show. Mike ricci the show onboard. Why would you put yourself in a position. Put yourself in the public eye knowing what's been happening for the last four years of cancel culture now knowing the network not vet him i. There's it's impossible especially with everything. That's been going on these past couple of years to not do a full vet. Just have i feel like maybe you know and you hope that things don't come out and then they do and all of a sudden ucs but also who's hiring him if he's the executive producer to actually host the show himself. That's the crazy part. I know a lot of people were up in arms about that. I actually thought that it made sense because he understands the show and like loves it. I i don't know. I didn't think it was that we're this obviously is a different situation. He looks like he would host a show. Jeopardy doesn't yes. He does look like he would host a show like he's like but this is when i go back to privilege and not saying because he's a white man i'm saying he was at a level and he was the boss so his privilege made him feel like he could get away with those comments knowing that they were out there that they lived on a podcast his privileged. Let him think that he could do this. No will call him out.
Mike Richards out as 'Jeopardy!' Host After Past Scrutinized
"Mike Richards is out as the host of the TV game show jeopardy Richards was chosen last week as the successor to the late Alex Trebek but a report this week on the website the ringer revealed comments Richards made on a podcast that were demeaning to women the clips were later removed Richards is the executive producer of jeopardy and was one of many guest host of the show this year he spoke on air after Alex Trebek died he loved this show and everything it stood for in a message to jeopardy staff Richard says it has become clear moving forward as host would be too much of a distraction for fans and not the right move for the show he plans to stay on as executive producer the search begins again for a new host of jeopardy I'm at Donahue
Mike Richards Steps Down As "Jeopardy!" Host
"Been closed. If you ask, who is the new host of jeopardy and said Mike Richards, you are wrong. Richards has stepped down as host after a report about past comments demeaning to women surfaced this week. Richards is the executive producer of Jeopardy and was picked recently to replace the late
How Are the Latinx Community Represented on TV
"Latino and latina representation in film and television is an age old conversation topic and despite some recent milestones. The numbers are still pretty disappointing. According to a recent study by the la times latinos and latinas are underrepresented across all aspects of television and film productions despite making up nearly twenty percent of the us population that dino's and latina's constitute only six percent of main cast members less than nine percent of writers seven percent of directors and six percent of senior executives. The presence of african and indigenous latinos in the industry is even smaller but statistics can only tell us so much how latino individuals and communities are portrayed. Onscreen is another part of the conversation. That's why today we're taking you behind the scenes with two award winning latino creators were breaking stereotypes about how our communities are depicted on television. Stephen canals and linda evatt charges. My name is steven canals. I am co-creator executive producer writer and director of the f. Extra series pose. The category is hosed centers. The black and latin queer and trans individuals who are part of the new york city. Underground ballroom community as they are navigating the difficulties of the hiv as and crack epidemic of the eighties and early nineties. Stephen was born and raised in the bronx to an afro. Puerto rican mother and an african american dad. He made history when posed premiered in twenty eighteen featuring the largest cast of transgender actors in tv history
Domestic Symphony - The Evolution of Digital Audio Technology
"For a new home appliance. Let's say a new washing machine or dryer or a dishwasher. We ask ourselves a lot of questions things. Like how much does it cost. Does it come in different colors. What features does it have. What did the review say. Does a refrigerator crisper actually do anything with so much to think about. It could be easy to overlook what the product sounds like For decades thoughtful sound design and music was limited to the world of entertainment specifically movies tv and gains over in the world of manufacturing. Sound design was almost nonexistent. As long as the product worked in looked okay. That was good enough. Sound was an afterthought if it was even considered at all recently though that's all started to change in the last twenty years as smartphones laptops and tablets became more common. Our home started chirping with carefully. Designed sounds but for the most part are home appliances. Still just made noise in decades past devices were limited a cacophony of noise. That's audrey are beanie. I'm the ceo founder and executive producer of audio brain. We are a sonic branding firm. When audrey i started working in sound design nobody was thinking much about the sounds of household products. Nobody really paid too much attention to those alarms. And those buzzers That's what that world was about. It was really not much intention to the sounds. Your heard within your home but these days appliance makers are paying a lot more attention to how their products sound and they're asking sound designers to help them make new sounds. We're looking for sounds that add value not sounds that ed noise but that enrich that experience and make people feel really good
Journalists Recount Covering R. Kelly's Charges for Years
"R and B superstar is in court this week in Brooklyn for the first of two federal trials, and we need to take a moment to state in advance that this is, of course, a story that deals with sexual and physical abuse. Kelly faces multiple charges of sexual abuse against young women and girls as well as trafficking and racketeering. These accusations span decades, we're going to talk to two people who have been following R. Kelly for many years. That's Jim D Regard is formally of the Chicago Sun Times and author of the book soulless The Case against R. Kelly. And Dream. Hampton, executive producer of the Lifetime Television series, Surviving R. Kelly, Welcome to you both. Thanks. So thank you. Jim, I want to start with you because part of what led to the trial, which is getting underway right in this Brooklyn courtroom, um, started when The Chicago Sun Times first published allegations that R. Kelly had engaged in sex with minors. Can you talk a little bit about his status at that time? In terms of when the allegations began to surface Well, R Kelly was the dominant voice in R and B for generation 100 million albums sold. He was tried once in 2000 and eight after being indicted in 2002 Very narrow charges. One girl 1 14, Year old on one video tape. She didn't testify. Her parents didn't testify and he was acquitted. How significant is this moment of him being back in federal court? How is this different from then? Now? All of these years later, after 30 years of victimizing Young, almost entirely black women. You know, he is being charged with his entire 30 year career being a criminal enterprise that enabled him to pursue this sexual victimization of so many young women and to threaten, coerce and bribe those who bravely spoke out against him. And beyond this
Mike Richards and Mayim Bialik Named New Hosts of ‘Jeopardy!’
"Two hosts have been named for the TV game show jeopardy to replace the late Alex Trebek marches are loaded with the latest jeopardy executive producer Mike Richards and actor Maya Bialik will split the hosting duties Richards will host the daily syndicated show Bialik will host the prime time and spin off series including a new jeopardy college championship the debuts next year central banks death eight months ago the show has had several guest hosts including levar Burton Katie Couric Joe Bach Aaron Rodgers and robin Roberts
Mike Richards and Mayim Bialik Named New "Jeopardy!" Hosts
"Jeopardy will now have to host executive producer Mike Richards will host the daily syndicated show and actress My, Um Bialik will host prime time and spin off specials of the long running show. High profile auditions lasted for months after the death of host Alex Trebek last
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"We talk to people who address what some of those the some of the why might be We we talked to experts in intelligence on we did talk to people in offshore money offshoring world and I think that you viewers will come away from this with a better understanding of this being an industrial scale sex trafficking operation. And why or what they were trying to do we. We don't know exactly but we have people who sort of tip toe up to it and try to address it on. We may never understand. But it's definitely something that you know obviously invites enormous amounts of conspiracy theories We tried to sticks straight to the facts and the issue that keeps me up at night again. If i mean doesn't keep me up at night anymore. Barbara and i spent many a night texting each other back and forth with new fines. And just hashing it out over and over Is that you know we swear. Like civilians living in this world of and we really don't understand. There's this this other world of as barbara mentioned money. Power and access in what i like to call a world of borderless wealth where nations don't matter and people just get in private jets. Go where they wanna go and they do what they wanna do. And they have a lot of impunity. And that's the world that these people were operating in. And i think we crack a little door into that world and into what people what happens in that world when people are trying to trying to Make things happen. Let's say i'm so excited for the serious this premieres june twenty-fourth peacock tv. You go to peacock. Tv dot com. You can watch it. This is the best part you can watch all three episodes. Thank you for doing that because nothing annoys people more than you're sucked into a show and you make us wait so i have to thank you for that. This is an ever evolving story in. It's a beast of a story And i'm talking about not documentary. I'm talking about the story of glenn maxwell and jeffrey epstein this is a beast and i think there's many many more bombshells to come and i think that's what makes it so fascinating in this will give audience. A context of who the woman is if for more bombshells dropped in the next two years and with the trial. Of course yes yes. Of course for sure. I'm gonna think my greek guests abbey and barbara nina remind you guys to click subscribe and leave a five star review. Join the facebook group. Reality life with casey to talk about this episode and others. You can find me on twitter. At at casey tweet about shows enduring shows all week long by instagram is at casey. You can kind of see what. I'm working on during the week who i'm set to interview what i'm watching clips of the show. You can find me on tiktok at. Its casey on clubhouse at aki casey on green room. It's k. c. I've got a patriot. Page with bonus episodes goto patriotic p. a. t. r. e. dot com backslash. Casey on as always. I'm hoping that you have a great weekend. I know everyone's pretty slam for the summer. But i'm hoping that you take a little time for yourself. And hope that that includes listening to some of my episodes. Make sure you check out some of my earlier episodes including one this week with the hilarious ronnie karen from watch crap ins answering a speed round of questions about bravo shows and with father. James martin about the unbelievable documentary building a bridge again. Hope that you ever great.
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"But as far as keeping in touch with these other the girls who were like leslie craw growth people who were his staff. I don't see that that we don't think right to barbara. We don't think that she was interacting with them very much afterwards after she left his orbit. Well we have no proof of that. Put it that way. I we don't roof. I haven't seen any anything like that. That that could explain that but definitely just a you know to nina's point what was interesting about the court documents amongst many other. Things is the fact that glain with telling everyone that she no longer is involved with jeffrey or associated with jeffrey. And then when you see these documents In the public domain it was clear that they were associated with each other and they were still in touch with each other and they were probably connected financially as well and was he in love with her. At all what. We're what we're his feelings. Does anybody have any sense me. Such a private person. I'm assuming it would be hard to know. Well yeah i mean we. We have done a lot. We've spoken to over two hundred people for this documentary thirty of which are on screen so we have a lot of background where there's many people that refuse to go on screen you know purely for didn't want you know there's lots of reasons and so in terms of he in love with her Put let's put it this way. I never heard once that he was in love with her. Wow he called her his best friend. We do know that But i do not think it was a love relationship and i don't think she was just tight. Frankly and then she mysteriously gets married. Well that's that's yeah the that is Mysterious it because we've never been able to find the marriage records. Nobody has been able to find marriage records but from the legal case against her. I mean the the bail applications that she's made she has referenced and the prosecution has referenced a husband but that husband's name has been redacted. It's been reported in a number of newspapers. But and we. I mean we can say his name right barbara museum. We definitely say his name in the documentary but it there are no marriage records which makes it absolutely utterly mysterious and strange yet. Skop orchiston is not he. The husband And yeah exactly said the rate. It's exactly at work. We but the one thing he did come out and say which leads which leaves the fact that they probably they may have been they may have been married is the fact that he said in in one of the bail hearings because there's been five and she's been denied bail five times in one of the bail hearings before christmas. He did come out and say that the step children missed boy. So you know it. It leads one to believe that he is the husband question and does she have any money left. No idea no idea. What is the most interesting thing this question both of you that you uncovered in the process of making docu series. The thing that you that keeps you up at night. Like i can't believe that this is the that this happened and in the process of making this film. We will get to learn barbara. Start with you. The documentary We did a great job at our team. Did a great job at uncovering a lot about glenn maxwell a lot of people will hear for the first time and also connecting the dots to understand this complicated woman And so with that i'm maxine. It goes back to. I'm curious about where about the money situation to to your point i. I don't know where she got her money house. She made her money. I mean we have i. I have theories and so that is a trail that keeps me up at night. And i think would be in in that. We've always tried to follow but we didn't get anywhere so we did make a big thing about it in the documentary and i think I think this is what keeps me up at night is how long These two whether they were up to no good or not flew under the radar. you know. that's what's interesting to me is just years in years and years of flying under the radar. And how did that happen. You know and i think money and power probably have a lot to do with that certainly and there's so. Many people have power who have been mentioned to be associated with both of them. One would only think that. Perhaps that's part of the reason that they flew under the radar and had been successful and of course we all know that there are many theories around his death so i can imagine There are a number of people that are scratching their heads the same way that we are nina. What about you. What's the thing that keeps you up at night. Well the thing that fascinated me about it originally in remains fascinating. Is you know. I've seen the other documentary spot epstein. And i've been you know following the case pretty much you know since julius k browns reporting maybe i knew about it before. I can't remember. But i understand what they were doing to the girls because those girls spoken out about it. What i don't understand is the y two hundred understand what the point of this was i. Don't i really don't think that it was simply to to Satisfy one man's olympian carnal desires. And i think that our program.
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Th peacock all three parts will drop at once. I can't even tell you how excited i am for this. It's produced by blue ant studios. It's a three part documentary series. An investigation to the british socialite gallon maxwell for association with financier and convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein as she awaits trial on multiple sex trafficking charges. The documentary series will include dozens of candidate and powerful exclusive interviews rare and previously unseen tapes of the maxwell family including exclusive footage of gasoline. And her father robert interview footage of dealing in the aftermath of her father's death and previously unpublished photos with me today. Our director barbara shearer and executive producer. Nina burleigh welcome to the show. Thank you thank you okay. I can't even. I'm bursting out of my skin because i'm obsessed with this case. I need to know more barbara. I know you've been investigating this story for years. You guys have to give us all the information that we do now. First of all was powerful connected and mysterious woman who was once the heiress to this maxwell fortune but his life took took a sorted downturn when she met epstein who we all know. Is the cereal sucks defender. How in the world did their lives intersect what what interests me in this entire story is how this woman. This british socialite was who you know swan around the upper echelon educated oxford-educated monied swan around the upper echelons of british society. And now we see her Sitting in brooklyn jail cell. So what happened and what a fall. Embrace that was so that is exactly the you know. The crux of the entire series. And we take that journey and we take that that that audience on that journey and we basically start with her upbringing because that really doesn't form her choices later on in how you know. She lived under a tarantula. Tarantula father who is a media. Baron on par with rupert murdoch. She at once you know was she was his favourite and also. He bullied her like he did with the other children. And so she navigated this world of difficult powerful men and that was normalized for her growing up. So when you make that connection later in life why she chose. Jeffrey epstein chose to be aligned with him but his girlfriend. His best friend His employees she. You know that that it makes sense. Spent almost twenty years with this man and So we started out with with like we established the the upbringing initially at her her relationship with the father and then connect the dots to cart-races later in life and then from that association with ed stain we see where she is now which is where the show ends up. Did she prefer to be this. International women of mystery and if so why because it really has been difficult to uncover parts of her life. It's true no. I don't know if that's if that was done purposely. I think she doesn't have a problem though. Initially with being living in her father's shadow it was hard brady. When did not live in his shadow. He was an enormous personality He was a billionaire too. Radical media baron and the i would say the. I think it's safe to say the family lived in his shadow. So that is what she knows. And then she lived in epstein shadow meaning. They had this lifestyle that may be served. Better served lived living in a shadow And that that served their purposes. I think to some degree. I just don't think she. Now she's front page news and probably not the way she wanted to to be To be recognized. But i don't think she said it to women of mystery at all i think in fact. She's incredibly charming. She's a socialite that that was out and about in london and new york and palm beach seven nights a week and photographed thousands of times. So she she is that. I think she didn't late to discuss Anything that scratched the surface scratch beneath the surface. Let me rephrase that okay. Here's a question i have. There are so many different reports about the nature of their relationship from all the the research that you've done will you be able to present us with some more information about whether or not their relationship was more transactional. It was a financial relationship or one where there was at at any time a romantic aspect to it absolutely absolutely. It's in it's in the entire series. It's i their relationship. Which is again why. The story is so interesting. Is was complicated She embodied many roles in his life. He called her his best friend. There was a period when they in their early relationship together where she wanted to marry him and we have people in the documentary that Say that and i think it was more to legitimize the relationship on some level. It is transactional. He provided a lifestyle for her and she provided Connections she provided him with the legitimacy and she was facilitating some of the interactions with these younger. Girls are actually. I from what i understand. Many of these unfortunate sexual incidents with women. So what was her role with facilitating Moments with younger women wishy complicit or was she pushed to do that to set him up with younger girls. I got into this project. Because i had spent a lot of time in the legal documents specifically the Previously sealed two thousand pages of a defamation case brought by one of those girls against maxwell which were released twenty four hours before epstein's death row and those pages contain numerous allegations by not just the girls which you've seen on other Programs i know and have been reported but also by butlers chauffeurs pilots and private pilots and people who witnessed Interactions and i think that You know of the obviously going next well as is pleading innocent. Pleading not guilty to the charges against her which are sex.
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
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"executive producer" Discussed on Uncommon
"And and I don't think you know doing that for six months of the year is great. So anytime I just go to sleep. It's amazing world walks hath done, but then I noticed on Sunday. I was really a good twenty-four hours in a foul fucking mood, but the walks I now walk for about thirty forty minutes every night on top of birth. Whatever other exercise I do. Yeah, and because I've become completely bored with all my streaming services. I I'd I prefer to read like I'm just I'm bored brainless off social media told the same shit at the moment. Yeah, and I've got into crypto through lock down and investing in stocks, which I'm having heaps of fun with and I I got lucky with this coin that I put money into so the chain-link like a month. I I've really dealt and not just for the making money part would have really found an interest in learning that smart contracts and um, you know, the blockage alized everything's that I kind of had an idea about before but really, you know, that's that's my nighttime reading at the moment and I love reading analysis and stuff like that. I go to say that's one of the reasons why I've stuck with coin jar as opposed to going down. A business full time and just let Lauren run the shows. It's just it's such a fascinating world. So I went to say yeah and it just feels really I really feel so early. It's like ninety seven for eccentric play. Shy yeah, when you're on Twitter crypto side of wit or any reason that we're so early, you know, and maybe we won't be long at all come tumbling down and you can't say that but but I honestly believe like that's the future it was funny. I trying to have it explained what blockchain is to my partner Elena and she's just about exploded and was like, I don't want to hear any more about this because I can't wrap my head around and I need the Kenai to be completely honest with you. Well, I I've overtime gotten really good at explaining it and I think it needs like it's It may have me with your explanation then cuz I'd like to know my purpose of my back pocket. Basically, it's this blockchain is moving our monetary system out from centralization in a peak body that is managed by a government to an institution of many different people. So it's sort of like you're completely dead booting all your money printing et cetera to everyone else in the world and by doing so you remove all the controls that governments are able to employ to place and this is why I I think you should really look at this. It's called Graham's law and it's this right. It's it's this theory that they've been able to study and you show that it's sort of studies. Why do super powers become the dominant currency or why does a dominant currency become that currency and it's just basically down to, New Jersey. Work affects it's like why did we all use Facebook and Instagram back in the day? It's because other people used it. Yeah, and so that process the fact that crypto there is no barriers whatsoever..
"executive producer" Discussed on Uncommon
"They're all in sort of similar Industries two hours and I just want them to get sick. Work and not having to constantly delay this because of a venue limit so that that's my biggest frustration at the moment is just the waiting. Yeah, we would get a loped tomorrow where you going to go? Yeah, but that's what I mean. Like, mean if we could if we could fly upto by Iran or something like that. Yeah, I you know, don't think that we had planned for our honeymoon in Europe. I don't know if that is going to happen is the same as us. There was the same as us like when we were having our wedding next when we bought our winning next year was meant to be the time we were often travelling. So everything's been you know, when you get to the stage kind of used to have have like your five year plans or whatever everything is kind of being pushed. It feels like the pause has been hurt the same situation with allow vendors and stuff and they were amazing. We were very lucky but we ended up completely flipping our wedding on its head. It was going to be in one month. And this is this right so I was talking about before it was going to be by a mountain in the middle of the North Island in a town called okuni and my parents had an empty section there and we were going to do our own thing like a kind of system or if you will and the there are a whole lot of factors that affected us into not having it there and now it's sort of like overlooking the.
"executive producer" Discussed on Uncommon
"Was like it was like The Truman Show at that stage that it was a subdivision big subdivision, you know, the planning a building like, you know, 15,000 houses there or something and it's pretty much all built out now, it's huge. And yeah now I remember, you know, having my fourth and sort of fifth birthday party there we lived in a not gated community, but in the center of community was a club house and a swimming pool and a tennis court and it was just like wage. Just new age for that time wasn't like, you know, it was North Oakland. So it wasn't expensive it's expensive now because house prices are exorbitant out there. We were just having a chat off there about about property before and wage. Like, you know Oakland like Sydney, it's terrible. It's ridiculous. But yeah that my memory is is of my childhood. Basically, you know every day after school would go to the pool and play at the pool with all the other way or the other all the other kids from around and if your parent wasn't there to supervise you then one neighbor would complain to the other and yeah, I ended up I up that little Community had long-term loans to my and my grandfather used to his he was we call him father he and he used to know that with his right on Lamar get paid for it. Then he handed it to my older brother when he couldn't do it anymore. And then when my brother left school he handed it to me. So I was like, I think some months I was earning like nearly a thousand bucks just from lawn mowing and bought my own light ride-on lawnmower. Yeah from Boeing. Snowing this area. So of course, I was the one whenever I was at maccas with my mates going to get a cheese. Yeah Marsha that that is very funny. I wonder what age was that because there was a note here about your old man telling me you had this real passion for radio as a young kid, like 829 well and saying is saying about running the Gulf Harbor School radio station and John Petrie. Yeah. Well I was so drawn picture was my principal and he was awesome..
"executive producer" Discussed on Uncommon
"Your podcast app particularly. If you're on Apple podcast as a does help the feed work out if you like this sort of content find all these guests just head to the real.com. Uncommon for the full video. You can search uncommon show on YouTube or social you can keep up-to-date with behind-the-scenes at 1, right. Underscores show on Instagram with all that being said, let's get into the episode. My guess this week's this week rather Alex Berger executive producer at KIIS 101.1 for Jason PJ on breakfast. And as I was saying before I shipped talker on the Jace and PGA podcast. There's a lot of notes that I have here. As I said, spoke to old man, but there was three that stood out as potential icebreakers home will get into poly pooping on the floor a little bit later. But what's this story about you being a child TV star some pie commercial? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Well one of my dad's could mate owned a dead a high by the way, and thanks for having me on one of my dad's good mates owned a pie business, I guess and it was quite a large one and he was getting into wage obviously need to start advertising and so he stopped advertising on like a Christian TV station back in it said was called Family TV. Okay, and obviously did some cheap labor and I was Is always you know, I was always up for anything. I think it was like quite eccentric when I was at school and like, you know loved I loved the technical side of things but also love the you know, the show me the theater and stuff like that. So he was he said to me. Hey, why don't you be in my head? He's a script and I said, yeah, absolutely. So I did it for a box of pies and it was it literally just met talk about how they had stringent pie standards and freshness was the trick of there was that was the trick of how they make lights. How old we.
"executive producer" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"And they knew how to deal with all the the the weather complications in and it was just a fantastic experience and. Work with a woman in Kate Ashfield. Kate was in Shaun of the dead I. Guess That's what she's most famous for. Okay and then several early great actors in this movie and. It was. Fun Trailer and watch the trailer on IMDB in a I was like, Oh, well, you kill everybody. What's interesting is that they? So they editor the trailer and sold that. Before we were done really filming finishing the movie. And we got done making the movie and the producer's like, Hey, you know we've got an issue here. This movies only eighty five minutes long and we promise them ninety. Ninety one. So we had to write an opening scene. We come up with our solve for this and we created a preface scene. And shot it at my neighbor's house, I put my neighbors in it a hired a couple of local Atlanta actors and we filmed that literally just everybody was getting ready at my house and shooting in my neighbors front yard and on their front porch and It's like, Hey, neighbors, how'd you like the dead people in a movie? But it was you never. Have A. Short of movie I mean it's always like way too long, winded and long and. I actually think the reason for that is our lead character lead actress spoke really fast and I honestly think that affected the length of the movie and I loved her tempo. It was great for the Vol- but. It played a lot faster than. It should have. But. It just shows you how resourceful you have to be when you make movies because it's it's not all glamor. People sitting around in these trailers for that's just a huge budget. Yeah. Yeah, and this was literally the producers like you've got two thousand dollars or some crazy small number to shoot this opening scene. So you know again you're asking your neighbors do you want to be in a movie and you get in local actors here who are both just make it happy and just make it happen and I remember calling the deep. Steady operated and like, Hey, you know. How Do this for five hundred dollars or whatever it might have been. And all your equipment and can you bring some lights and came rig and what else you got so But I think that being an Atlanta director and being loyal and faithful to my crews to my team members for years and years and years you know you you don't feel bad asking people for favors at some point because they know that you're going to be loyal to them and it's not going to be one of those. Hey, I'll get you on the next one type of situations and. Budget thing or commercial as a budget. You'll hire them again. So, loyalty loyalty is good. Okay. So from there you go to. Commercial spots well from the. Agency. So after after doing this low budget movie..
"executive producer" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"BITCOIN radio. What's up Crypto coin intruder community. I am Joe Blackbird host. It's good to be live again. It's actually been probably a few weeks. Maybe three weeks and you know I feel like honestly mostly you know. Live videos are home for me like this is what I know to do. It's like in my blood at this point and I've been doing podcast now for the last six weeks. You know it. It makes it really fun to kind of. Come back to what I'm used to. What I'm good at I mean I hope I'm good about the podcasting is great and I'm really grateful for all the all the encouragement all the support all the listeners specifically the listeners right and today. I'm going to introduce you to our executive. Executive Producer Josh Donaldson L. Bring him on momentarily but hey look if you're just bored sitting around today and you want to be part of this is going to be episode twenty two right so this is going to literally be the next episode of Bitcoin Radio and we're GONNA at least do this once a week where I hop on. Maybe Josh Showings in and out but I want to encourage orig- the listeners at home where the people at home who want to be part of this who want to have a voice who wanna have thoughts or questions addressed. I think it's absolutely absolutely relevant in an awesome for you guys to participate in this so you know may or may not work out today. I do know this. You have to be on a computer. You've got to be using chrome or fire. Fox or chrome compatible browser for this to work and if you don't want to if you don't want to show your pretty face or if you want you want to be anonymous one where mask. I'm okay with that right or you can just darken on your screen or put your thumb over it. Maybe some tape whatever it might be anyways guys welcome to again like I said episode twenty two. This'll be the next episode of a Bitcoin radio all right now now as I just mentioned. We're going to join US very shortly. momentarily he'll be on. I want to introduce Josh to the Bitcoin community and the Crypto Coin Tray community community that that is watching right now and cheers to all you who are watching leave some comments say hello but but Josh Donaldson who's the executive producer for the BITCOIN radio. Show podcast is also friend of mine and this guy is more than just you know someone who helps out bitcoin radio. He's done a lot and he's got a really awesome story. He's got a really interesting person but more importantly what I really. WanNa point out is that he's been absolutely influential. In the growth in where BITCOIN radio is today. I would say say that we as Bitcoin radio goes you know the success that we've been able to obtain and the amount of viewership obviously has a lot to do with the initial community that that's part of it cvt what's up. David what's up Ashley Mouse built in the House and having the opportunity to not just interact as bitcoin radio with the community and and I'll I'll even back up a little bit. Josh Donaldson has made such an impact on me as a person that I really want everybody here to Yeah No. That's the easiest way to say it so I'm going to bring here Josh on Josh. I think you're ready to bring on here in a second but if you have questions or comments please feel free to ask dimmer interject or to request to come join us. I'm happy to have you on. I look forward to it. You know it's going to be a Lotta. Fun anyways without further. Ado let's bring on Josh De Vegas Vegas. What's up? Josh may man Joe Lambeau what's going on today. I feel like a menu home court. I was down to do the podcast gas. We're playing live. It's like I'm I'm playing. I'm a Peewee peewee basketball and I'm playing against Lebron. I like it. Just call me Lebron James. I'll take all day no obviously Josh you're. You're more than prepared for this at any given moment. You've been around for a long time doing a lot of cool. Things and you have a great story to tell so. Let's go ahead and introduce you. Josh Josh first off. Tell us who you are. I mean Josh debates. I mean what does that even mean well. It's just because I spent fourteen years of my life working on the Las Vegas Strip up and the largest chunk of my adulthood was on there that was a moniker that that came early on in that and just kinda stuck so so you know I i. I've tried to get from time to time but it's definitely my twitter handle so I gotta I gotTa shout out twitter handle absolutely not you know it's only a matter of time till people like start naming their kids at you know John Smith Right. We're not I hope not but surely it's coming. I mean what's I can't believe. It hasn't happened yet. That people aren't actually literally naming their kids that twitter. Is that a thing. I don't think so I mean I get or somebody in a tattoo with their twitter handle. I'm sure people done that all right so let's kind of keep going with you. Josh Executive Producer for BITCOIN radio. Obviously I kind of surprise you earlier in the week or last week and I said Hey Josh WanNa do this. this one of the interviews with you and I was surprised that you're surprised you know I I feel like this is well-deserved and it's awesome for me to be able to set up here next to you and you know we had Jim Scam Polian a few weeks back and it was awesome to have him on because he interviewed me but this was. It's GonNa be a little different. I I really want the big wing radio community to get a chance to know who you are and to see how credible and what we're actually going to build with this platform in this This brand and I ah you know I can say as much as I want. A lot of people know me throughout Crypto but I've always been really really calm and really quiet on what the intentions are for what I wanted to be and regardless Josh you bring that level of credibility and legitimacy that I've been trying to you know figure figure out how I was going to do it myself and low behold as a gift from God himself you know Josh shows up in my life and you know me and Josh have become pretty good friends. I would say we bonded over medieval things between our you know our faith and our ability to to see you know what Bitcoin Radio Camby but let's just kind of go ahead and start with you know who you are far as a person and while you're even doing bitcoin radio yeah no absolutely I definitely I. I think that I like to find myself. Somebody who's he's a bit of a technologist. you know. I don't code but I I have an understanding of technology and passion for it a group in Seattle and we always followed Microsoft Bill Gates and turned and you know that we were a huge tech hub in in the nineties before the valley really really got known for some of these larger companies than so my career was based around music but technology was always where my heart was and my dear friend Patrick mclain nine CDC CEO of Mouse Belt came to me and my ass melt and said that he had a brilliant idea of pairing you with me and and he saw something in the U. and I didn't and then nobody else did and here we are. I think that bitcoin radio is something that hopefully you know we feel a little bit different than what everybody else is doing out there and you know the. H- Kudos to lower Shin pomp and to what Bitcoin Dead Peter McCormick and Charlie Schram and all the you know the backup is all the great of podcasts that are out there. you know hopefully we can find our own voice and do something a little bit different. You know we're we're still getting getting our legs underneath of us. It's about six weeks as we said I think it's going to be about three to six months before we really find our identity but I would hope my vision vision for us is for you to be you know a bit of a an extended mouth of the community. You know people can trust you. I trust you. You're very trustworthy person and I think the community can come to you and you have a strong community in CPT and people trust you with their thoughts and opinions and you know you're. You're an honest person and I think that what we want big win. Radio is just an extension of who you are and something that somebody's we're listening to what the community has to say and we're embracing that and I appreciate the complements to Josh. It goes both ways up. You brought up Patrick amounts about you know what's interesting. Interesting is the first time I mean I really got a chance to know Patrick about a year ago or so little little over a year ago he called. I was in Hong Kong and I was sitting with with Jeffer- tippy and injects been on C. T. before he's a funny guy. He's a lot of fun and and Jeff's like Patrick in Gaylon from from Ouseba. I was like man I that name sounds familiar you know and I mean obviously I'd seen and heard about mouse and I interacted with Patrick on small occasions occasions but he just called up Patrick. He's like Hey y'all gotta talk on the phone and so I did right and and me and Patrick immediately hit it off and obviously that that led to build a friendship around you know what they were trying to do and Patrick for all the crazy ideas these had I mean. It's been a lot of fun watching a lot of them. Come to fruition and one are those like as you said is is he noticed you know you were in a situation where you might have the opportunity to step away from what you're doing and and joined the team and he introduced us by just literally doing kind of the same thing. Jeff did he called you on facetime and just handed me the phone. He was like three o'clock the morning my time you know I don't want to was exactly the most sober person but I called called you and it was like ten o'clock in the morning for you and or maybe I don't three o'clock in the afternoon news like twelve hours difference my mask horrible but regardless we got a chance to interact and for the first time when I was in Thailand highland and that was so much fun and I look back now on that first introduction Josh and where we are today..
"executive producer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Our executive producer is Kristin Hey Greg well it's happened again and this is I don't care who you are if you're a conservative all of your a right leaning journalist whatever the case may be and you're out in public in your covering events you better arm yourself you better protect yourself because out in Portland what happened over the weekend is just inexcusable it's unacceptable that that city who is a spineless gutless merde Ted Willis a Wheeler I was basically Ste Ste orders police to stand down and let the and T. four thugs run rampant okay they openly gay right leaning journalist by the name of anti no was beaten up by anti fur activists at a Portland protest the attack was recorded in part by the Oregonian posted on Twitter it came during Saturday's rose city anti for counter protest and you keep hearing the media saying that the well no did a bloody cuts and bruises on his face and I am I'm hearing as a brain bleed which is a a concussion that he was they were throwing milk shakes out and let me tell you what the milkshakes work these were in milkshake cops but this was fast drying cement there was mixed it with water that is much harder than a milkshake a Mister no set in a post I just got beat up by the crowd no police at all in the middle of the street no was targeted in online posts by the anti for crowd they so they were after him specifically liberal journalists were trying to make excuses saying well of it was so bad how come we weren't attacked us because you're a bunch of leftist also now multiple sold three arrests have been made finally after the Portland PD themselves got attacked and that's when they start arresting people one officers were struck and not win innocent civilians I've posted a video this morning on the Facebook page you should see it there's a the Portland anti for beating up people with crowbars all other weapons an elderly man was left covered in blood because of this violence in the Ted Cruz is now calling for a federal investigation of charges to be filed against the Portland mayor after this attack or series of attacks cruise tweeted for to federal law enforcement investigate and bring legal action against the mayor was for political reasons or his police officers to let citizens be attacked by domestic terrorists and Frank I still don't know why today that it is allowed and permissible for people to dress up in full masks and and cover their identities and go out on these wild rampaging assaults and attacks and there can't be charges brought against these individuals and then the other thing too is that you understand teeth of of crowd you have to question who is basically financing them because an who's helping to organize them obviously you can start looking at some left leaning fat cats who are you know interested in and destabilizing this country but I'd like to know that I'd also like to know as you indicated how it is that they can wear these mass where if you have you or I would do something like that we wore a mask walking down the street we regular or you know at least pulled over and questioned by police and may be told to take the mask off somebody that is wearing a mask and I'm not talking for religious purposes but somebody's wearing a mask is trying to hide something they're about ready to do something illegal you know whether they're walking into a bank with a mask bank robber or whether they're out at a protest and they were wearing assault globes they were using this fast drying cement these guys were out to hurt people and the four Portland to put up with this kind of behavior they ought to be ashamed of this is all American it is it is anti American is on American because right so you don't agree with the guy find get out there and show it to your your your longs give out but to assault people this and and and the president needs to step up on this he means and where bill bar at the justice department needed to ask the FBI whoever else with it eighty of whatever needs to be involved in this to investigate these thugs these anti apartheid to infiltrate them and to take them down they should be labeled a domestic terrorist group why because they are their domestic terrorists and they're out there too for insurrection for resistance to cause havoc and mayhem and that's all they do it you know Michelle Malkin was raising money for a and you know of on a go fund me a calendar was he's got some massive injuries and was hospitalized Saturday with a brain bleed seventy seven thousand dollars has been raised now the council on American Islamic relations another photo group is leading attacks on Michelle Malkin and mocking and you know after was beaten and robbed by violent anti for thugs so again America is a proud tradition of civil disobedience a being a right to get out there and express your opinions and your your free speech but it does not include violence and it's got to be shut down and again is that whites always happening in Portland notice the idle and Portland it's on the violent left coast I mean it's a again I'm wondering your for you they don't even resemble America anymore because of these these thuggish attacks or lower happening out there so and again if you're conservative well you better take the necessary precautions I don't care whether it's on campus I'm not advocating that the any offensive action be taken but you have to define yourself so make sure you've got something whether it's pepper spray or mace or something that you can defend yourself when you're out of these kinds of protests than and again they're only understand one thing when people start fighting back when people start fighting back and and taking the the the fight to them these cowards I mean that's what they are these and the the three arrested I think were in their early twenties two males and a female and again their comrades the hide behind their masks and blah blah blah so they're not interested in really you know taking somebody on toe to toe the or other cheap shot artists will sooner or later somebody is going to get killed and maybe.