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Fresh update on "mtv" discussed on WNYC Programming
"A curtain in first class with def Jam executives, her band her entourage. They all have their own private sleep pods and WiFi and Rianna has brought along her personal masseuse. Even it's not even gonna be glamorous late. Trust me. Everybody's here. For one thing. They want access to Rianna. But after that walk through on day one, she pretty much stays behind the curtain, which is surprising for Soo Yung. We thought we were going to have a chance to ask her questions. Kind of like how After a basketball game, there's a press conference. Why Are we doing this tour? How are you going to do it? What is your rest? Regiment? When did you rehearse this? Esteban Serrano worked for fuse TV. I am super excited to see what's the score. How did the band come together? How you putting together your set list? What do you doing in these countries? When you're not on stage, we want to know all of these things. You have experienced a crew change. We will be with you for the duration of your tour. It's a but as the plane leaves Mexico City, they still haven't had a chance to ask these questions. The harsh reality of tour begins to set in. I didn't realize we'd be sleeping on the plane. Mary HK Choi MTV style blogged. We were all super sleep deprived. We just wanted to be supine on any surface. The label did provide hotels, but not at every stop and never for very long..
Deputy Political Editor of the Spectator, Katy Balls, Discusses Where the U.K. Stands on COVID-19 Vaccine Administration
"Yes and katie. Boris johnson is trying to lead the way on this discussion. What does the u k position. Severe macron is Five percent of the current vaccine intake. I think that the strong sense she got from ministers involved with this is that they don't want to give away vaccines until they have been able to offer a vaccine not just to the most vulnerable. But ideally everyone in the country and tens of the adult population. And i think this goes to a desire by the uk to almost tried. Reach head mean free. Immunization see something happening in israel. I think it's probably easier said than done. And even though we all very lucky to be high vaccine uptake country if you looked is rather as where we could be going the beginning to see slightly when for example at vaccines fatigue characters. I think the age group you go. The uptake still very good uptake. But no expansion to see the level you get say eight year olds amongst thirty roads. Now i think that when it comes to giving away vaccines. Dj very much does want to do that. And i think that they can see that. You can emerge as a global player by coming gossip benevolent as james touch and actually right near copies. Various governments have ready. Go ahead startled that. As to whether i think there is still some debate to be had because there has been idea at the senate. Mtv countries and food scheme at has been talked about the idea of countries in africa. And beyond. But i think that that has also been to airmax. Mp's such as if the public violence is very far behind the uk. Actually as close allies neighbor. We should be stepping in there now. I think what might make this decision. Earlier is ultimately what is the desire what is demand for some of the vaccines. The uk has given hearing more reports of various european countries. Saying they don't want the oxford vaccine may be actually some the things he geeky has to offer an received. But i do you think the senses that this will stop being a problem soon. Enough because ministers and officials believe that you'll start to see the data showing that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine does have a really important facts and what she had that that the level of skepticism is going to go
Fresh update on "mtv" discussed on Sarah and Vinnie
"You get pinhead gunpowder, the frustrate ear's the network. Boxborough hot tubs, The cover ups, the long shot and a few other things, so they just Their creativity cannot be contained. They are amazing. They really can't be honest to God. Even during the pandemic. I mean, they've just they've actually been more productive. Like constantly. New things unrealized. Did you happen to grab the new Green Day song? The official Great day, not the network. It's called. Here comes the shock and it Z. I guess it's fall already. I'm ready for it, too. I guess that Ring hasn't grabbed. Yes, we'll give him a second to do it. This non Green day band. This is a great bag. Oh, no. No. Fresh Please bless me better got back problems. All right. So there is a here comes to shock the new Green Day song. I actually like the one the network song that we just heard. I love that one, too. I love them both non Green Day band because I guess it's Green Day with three extra members. The network are performing on Jimmy Fallon. It looks like on Friday night. They always have a band on the end, So if you are like one, and you guys talking about, that's what we're talking about. The network, which isn't Green Day. Technically Is playing on Fallon. All right, MTV unplugged. We talked about this a couple times this week, and that's all right. Maybe late last week, BTS. Made history as the first Korean Act headline MTV Unplugged, and It happened last night their own stand alone. MTV Unplugged special going down in history. Likes of Pearl Jam or I Carrier or Clapton, Tony Bennett, Lauryn Hill, Of course, Nirvana very famously actually sold millions of records based on their MTV unplugged, So let's hear it Now, let me ask you this before he plays for me. Did you listen to some of this? And is it in fact, acoustic Or is it really It's not acoustic. I mean, there's they plugged in some instruments. It seems like they have banned there. There were certainly some outfit changes is what caught my eye. Yeah, I was very confused. They? Yeah, the full on why each song had to French, So I have the video's ready, okay. Amazing attire. Although one second you see this guy to come. Oh, he looks so pence in their microphones are all different Colors to go this He's got a This is a beautiful purple microphone. Coldplay cover. All right. Where is it? Thanks to you. Okay for another. That is very boy vanished. One of my favorite songs. That sucks. Give me another one. All right. Here's another one. Sorry. I don't know if they misunderstood the so they're just seated like, how does that That's not unplugged. Yeah, they stand up and change your clothes to the whole thing is also not acoustic. I mean, maybe there Well, that's what I mean. The only thing they've changed is they're not dancing. They're just seated God and ruining that song. By the way, Okay, Next next thing up for grabs on there, even the set changes..
Paramount Plus wants to take on Disney Plus, HBO Max and Peacock
"Paramount plus made a big splash with a series of super bowl commercials. It probably led to folks wondering what the heck is. This thing you know clearly is bringing together. But cbs viacom shows and movies. But we've actually already had a version of applause for a couple of years now. It's cbs all access. So what's the deal here. So roger that the thing is. Cbs merged with viacom recently. And so what they're going to do is they're rebranding service to kind of all those other viacom properties. Mtv comedy central and also paramount studios. So that's going in there as well so all these kinds of things are going to get wrapped up along with the cbs shows. A lotta cbs. Shows that you know and love from. Cbs alexis they actually called it. A rebranding to start out. So changing the name Probably a few logos and things like that. We saw the super bowl commercial featured a mountain that all of these well-known cbs characters on spongebob to picard to football players were climbing That's there it's mostly a rebrand. I think at launch. It's going to be mostly the same. Content is cbs access with a couple of new things. There isn't event coming up a week from today. actually a basically it is viacom. Cvs is but they're also taking that as an opportunity to run through some of the content in some additional details on paramount. Plus now we were. We were all sitting in tuning into the disney presentation back in november. Which i think it was four hours long and basically it was just a marathon session of new content. Are you expecting something similar from this event. Or what what what. what are you expecting. What are you hoping for at least get out of this from this event. So i'm hoping for some new exciting content. You know i. My hope is a little bit damp and by that super bowl commercial. You'd think if they were gonna launch a big splashy new show you know talk about some new stars they have. They would be enact commercial for the super bowl if anywhere but we'll see i. They've already said that. The why the launch is gotta be. Spongebob movie sponge on the run. But that's not an original. They've talked about few original properties They're saying coming soon. One called the lioness which is a better creator of yellowstone the hit series on paramount network which is also going to be on paramount plus yellowstone. That is so there's a few things but maybe they'll surprise us to be great to see you know a couple new. At least one new star trek series for example to kind of you know cater to fans who are looking for something new. And that franchise.
Framing Britney Spears on HBO
"Framing britney. This documentary had everyone above this weekend. I watched it last night. Kind of inbetween. Basically i'll be honest. I started watching it after the halftime show During the superbowl. 'cause i didn't really care at us home with my family and i wasn't like at a party or betting or anything but i'll get super bowl too but first of all Of course we've all heard about free brittany. Which has been this movement that her fans kinda started. There's been you know articles podcast and everybody talking about it. Of course. I follow her along with twenty seven other million people on instagram. And it's been weird. It's been weird watching her this last year. You gotta watch it. It's on lure fx. But it's just really they kind of just go through her whole career with in two hours which could have been. You know an eight part series. I think and we all remember when she came up. It was the mickey mouse club. And then all of a sudden she was really sexy. I remember when Shawn and marlon wayans were hosting the mtv awards and she came out and she did her sexy that goes with the snake and their joke which they came off came up with on the spot which is a great story is from minnie mouse club to the strip club and it was one of the funniest lines ever but now in watching that you're like wow you know this. This girl was suffering We made her suffer because we did jokes like this. We are obsessed with her sexuality. Diane sawyer was you look back at that interview which they featured and really putting her in the hot seat you know. Jay leno Doing jokes about her. We did jokes better. When chelsea lately started we. It was a great time for late night. Television also. Because right around that time the writers guild strike happened and we weren't writers guild so we were the only Late night show that got to stay on air. Every day was britney spears story. And it i. It just seemed like she was going. You know kinda fun crazy like she disliked to gas stations a lot and walk around barefoot and the paparazzi. Were there at the time. Because at that time there was no instagram. And that is how paparazzi and magazines made money is to get the shots of brittany. Brittany was the highest paid celebrity photos and then of course she married Kevin federal line but it was all just email. I just remember being doing chelsea lately and there was talk. We'll her kids taken away. And i remember sitting there going. There's no way she's going to lose custody of her kids. Come on i mean very few mothers do and she's she's going through a little struggling time but it's mostly because these paparazzi's are falling everywhere. Well you guys probably know this then. The dad got a conservative ship. And a lot of people after watching this special. This documentary said where was the mom. Why wouldn't the mom because parents divorced at that time. Try to get the conservative ship. Jamie her father was in and out of jobs Former drug addict. I believe maybe not drug out excessively alchoholic and So why would he be the person in charge. The thing is is. I think he was the first one to go to lawyers and try to get this into the works. And she was in a fifty one fifty at a mental institution when all this paperwork was done and the judge signed it. And now it's been you know fifteen years or something that this has been going on for and right away after this was done she started doing sitcoms again. Of course shortly after that she got her residency and she was making three hundred and fifty thousand dollars a night doing that show and then she left planet hollywood. And she now she's gonna do another huge residency at this new stage that they built her at the mgm and they do this big livestream thing and she comes up and then she just like and walks off talking to talk to reporters. She's not going to say anything. She's not going to do a song and shortly after that. She did it announcement saying my father is sick. And i'm not going to be performing. I'm going to put this residency off and that was really bizarre. People like is he sick. And i really don't know what the now looking back. I'm like i really don't know if he was sick of that was just her way out because now it looks like she in fact knew that the only way to get out of this conservatorship get her freedom back from her father was to stop working and stop making money and i. I would love to see what happened the day she was like you know what what the hell am i doing. Aren't going to sign up for another two or three year contract with them performing every night making all this money which. I don't get to choose how i want to spend the money. I don't get to get in the car and drive. I don't get to make a reservation and stay in hawaii on a whim without checking with twelve other people. Screw this you know. And she goes to her place in malibu during covert or wherever she is. Jesus been doing these weird instagram posts. Where her voice has changed. It's not the same voice. You're seeing these interviews on the documentary. And she's like ok guys. I've heard that a lot of been wondering what i'm going to do for the new year one. I'm gonna try to finish a pilates class to. I'm gonna try to meditate three. I'm going to try to eat better. And for i'm going to try that ice cream diet. And when she's doing it she's like it. Looks like she's definitely reading it whether it's a cue card but somebody else's there and the fact that she said i heard you guys not having reading your comments and one thing in the new year you guys asked me was Of course photos are weird. The makeup soy's like various mudgee. She's always wearing these crop tops. Sometimes she's dancing and you know i just really hope that I hope the mother gets involved. I hope that that the judge is able to watch this. Because i think when the judge granted this he was watching all the crazy news everyday. Let's just like the rest of us and this weird sam. Lufti was after an eye at the time. I was four the conservative ship. I'm like gosh. I don't want other people to take advantage of it this way. You know the data's there the other people are there to make sure that she stays healthy. No weirdos get around her. She's able to have visitation with her boys. But now after all these years it does seem really wrong and I think that this is going to be the catalyst to make whatever judges involved to open his eyes and maybe reconsider This conservative ship for
The Social Side of Stuttering
"So today's the inauguration which got us thinking about speechmaking and speech itself president elect. Joe biden has spoken publicly about his childhood stutter. An estimated one percent of the world's adults stutter so in the us that translates to three million people speech pathologists. Naomi rogers one of them might name. Is naomi rogers. I am an assistant professor at the department of special education and communication disorders at the university of nebraska. Lincoln stuttering is when a person repeats or prolong sounds syllables and words causing breaks in the flow of speech or disfluencies. Often it begins in childhood. Childhood stutters disappear. Some stay with a person. All their life. Naomi describes stuttering as a social phenomenon. Stuttering tends to only occur in the context of other people people who stutter tend to speak really fluently when they are talking to themselves when they are talking to their pets when they are singing when they're reading in unison with other people. Scientists don't know exactly what causes stuttering the research is increasingly linking it to genetics in one. Study two thirds of people who stuttered had a family member who also stuttered or use to stuttering likely rooted in neurobiology and the actual mechanics of speech. When biden is sworn in as president. Today he'll get a very important speech but it's actually different speech that naomi keeps thinking about from thirteen year. Old braid and harrington who was invited to endorse then candidate biden the democratic national convention in august. Hi my name is bridges harrington nine thirteen years old and without joe biden. I won't be talking to you today about a few months ago. I met him in new hampshire. He told me that we were members of the same club. We we stutter. Was really amazing to hear that someone like maybe became move about advice para para President just listening to it. Just now for the mtv times goosebumps Again just thinking about the pervasive narrative that exists in our society that You know stuttering openly. is not desirable the fact that he was able to just be himself talk in his most. Authentic voice was incredibly huge today on the show the social side of stuttering what it feels like to stutter as a kid and to hide it and how speech pathologists new me. Rogers is pushing for a new way of thinking about it. Altogether this is shortwave from npr. This message comes from. npr sponsor. Bank of america. You finally decided to learn how to ice skate. So you ordered the essentials. Every ice skater needs a pair of blades. And you helmet and a good set of kneepads and you used your bank of america. Cash rewards credit card choosing to earn three percent cashback online shopping rewards that you put towards the cost of an essential piece of plo skating recovery. A heating pad visit bank of america dot com slash more awarding to apply now copyright twenty twenty bank of america corporation. naomi. Rogers grew up in suburban chicago. Her stutter a in childhood and in her words she didn't have effective therapy through elementary school. I would get pulled out of class and go practice reading tongue. Twisters on sounds that. I didn't even have trouble saying and so like a lot of other young people who stutter you. Learn from a very young age had a kind of go underground. Had kind of keep the stuttering to yourself inside Just because you know that nobody else in your life understands what your experiences like and that is the root of wet. Yeah a lot of like early. Shame and fearful nobility comes from. I think for a lot of folks who stutter When i got into high school. I started working with a phenomenal speech. Language pathologists who is also person who starters herself. And so for the first time. I felt like i could actually talk to somebody that understood the experience. Do you remember what this speech therapists said to you. That made an impact or even just how you felt her presence. Yeah a lot of my memories are of just crying. Honestly i remember going to her office weekly. I would drive an hour each way. Spend an hour there. And i would just unload could finally breathe. I felt like. I could finally talk to somebody who understood the experience and that was. That was my outlet. I cried out. She knew very early on that. I had no interest in learning how to speak more fluently. Practice specific strategies are taking me for making my speech. sam hound really fluent. You know i. I i really just wanted somebody to the holiday. My feelings and my thoughts about sorting and overall communication like who. I was personality as a communicator. And she was really successful in doing that. And and i'm actually wondering now if those early experiences in therapy that i had motivated me to suppress a lot of my stuttering and to hide it at all possible costs. Because i didn't want to go to therapy anymore. Is that what you meant a minute ago. About going underground yet you that you basically hit it as a kid before you met this really good speech therapist. Yeah yeah exactly. Just kind of hiding it and so one of you know. I think being a person who stutters pretty mildly as i do. It's it's pretty easy for me to hide my stuttering It's pretty easy to just scan ahead. Anticipated where i'm going to start on swap word. That's easier to say and so there are some sometimes when my language might seem a little convoluted or like i'm talking around something or like that's kind of an odd were choice but it works. I mean those are all done in an attempt to hide stuttering to pass as a fluent speaker. I'm picturing you in this office. You go to see her and you just cry and she knew that you didn't want to improve fluency. That wasn't the goal and it seemed like the biggest shift between that therapy and the therapy received as a kid is a therapy received. A kid is so focused on fixing yet you yet it. It almost seems like the medical model. It gets at the wrong thing. I without even individ- waiting like the treatment for the person and i'm just wondering if you could like describe the difference in those. Two therapy modalities and how it helped you. So those early experiences says Was speech therapy. were hugely rooted in the medical model of disability and so the medical model of disability defines stuttering basically as abnormal interruptions in the ford flow of speech. And so that is purely grounded. In what the listener hears as nothing to do with what the speaker who studies is experiencing so it's like a listener center definition of actually. Yeah with is messed up because stuttering is such a personal experience right and so people who stutter it. There stuttering only that is a true expression of who they are. They're just using their voice however they were born with it and so the barriers to good quality of life to psychological wellbeing are really on the environment and so i love this new definition. That a lot of folks in our field are trying to push forward that Stuttering is a neuro developmental variation. That leads to a unique forward. Execution of speech sounds importantly those are produced in the context of language and social interaction if we think about fluency on a spectrum of people that are highly fluent and we have people that are highly disfluent then stuttering reflects just a natural variation influence e which i think is really really important and and it situates stuttering as a difference and not
Kelly Clarkson said that celebrities used to be 'really mean' to her
"Clarkson. And is giving an extra special thanks to Jennifer Love Hewitt. So this all happened on yesterday's episode of the Kelly Clarkson Show, where she thank Jennifer Love Hewitt for her kind words after finishing American Idol back in 2002, and she said of Jennifer Love Hewitt that she probably didn't remember this moment, but she was at the MTV movie awards or via Maze or something, Kelly says. And Jennifer Love. Hewitt was really nice to her. And she remembers that because apparently right after she won American Idol celebrities were not particularly nice to Kelly Clarkson. So, Jennifer Love Hewitt being a nice gal. I mean, by all accounts, Jennifer Love Hewitt is like one of the nicest people in Hollywood. So it's nice to hear that confirmed by the other nicest person, Ali. Right, right. So she just surprised that Jennifer Love Hewitt with that man? I don't kill Clarkson
Interview With Naomi Hirabayashi And Marah Lidey
"Hey everyone it's currently. I'm really excited to introduce our guests. Today we have to bam mara lady. Anna hirabayashi are the co founders. Enco ceos of shine a digital self company. That's on a mission to make caring for mental and emotional health easier. Mara naomi actually started out as co workers at do something dot org before going out on their own shine started as their side hustle and now the platform has over four million active users. Mara naomi thank you so much for joining me. Welcome to skin from the couch. Thanks for having parlor excited to be here now. I have to say it's the first time since the pandemic that. I actually have seen two people on a couch. He can't see them as a podcast air literally sitting next to each other. And i'm like oh my gosh human contact. What does that link that. We're gonna jump in. And i'm going to ask each of you to scam your resume late. I can start. I moved to new york in two thousand six the same year that twitter came about so it was basically right when socially news coming on the map. I started at the weather channel and quickly realized that. Tv advertising was was changing in a major way and so got the opportunity to actually be this seventh employee of the first boutique. Social media marketing agency called attention. I got to be part of fast. Growing startup changed the way brands. Figure out how to adjust to this new world. Really connect with people over social and it was there that i started offering pro bono work for not for profits to use these new tools as a way to connect with people around their impacting ultimately get more donors or funding or whatever. It may be that. Let me do something. That was a client and became really passionate about what they were building and actually joined do something as director of marketing and later became the chief marketing officer there and was there for five years helping to scale the organization from zero to five million members and help young people. Gen z and millennials Find more ways to get involved in social action and it was there that i met morrisseau always been really passionate about how he used the new tools at our disposal to break the stigma build connections and raise awareness for the things that matter snap those fishing sam. I think my career started as a side hustle very similar to shine. I paid my way through college. I was the first in my family to go to college. In part of how i paid for college was so many a lot of creative side. hustles engaged. I always found a way to turn those into resume. Builders so i worked for current tv and worked with twitter early on in some of the early social networks as an intern. Part of what. I was doing was handing out swag on campus but i also turn those into internships air quotes that allowed me to get into a couple of really powerful opportunities that actually were really focused on getting more people of color to jobs in new york in in a digital internet. Mtv networks said learned a lot about digital in in a different way. What is the look like to engage people in kind of involve a platform. It started on tv and then went to a start up. Had a really really a fantastic time. One of the first employees at a fashion startup. That was a joint venture with american express. I learned a lot about what it looks like to merge kind of older brands with a new emerging brand that was very creative and oversaw their digital media from media to member experience and similar to me. i found myself just really leaning towards impacts and wanting to know how i could make a deeper impact in the world heard about do something applied online. Met naomi I'm so in and went to do something to lead their their mobile engagement. In so at the time that meant tax messaging and actually similar to naomi we partner together to show their member userbase from zero to five million users shirley using text messaging and it led us to to spend some more time together to know each other in an ultimate to start shine when a shine so shiners leading self care app. We make it easy and inclusive for you to start daily self care ritual. That's going to be relevant to your world and fun facts. Sweeper actually honored as one of the best apps of twenty twenty by apple. We'd like low key heavy award like right behind us. You know we're so pumped about it. But i think particularly this year it's mental lot because our mission has been so rooted in inclusivity representation and to see this year's intersection of the pandemic the uprising for racial justice fee. Election the us and how he's been able to directly address that head on in our content every diet Through something we call the daily shine which is really we almost a podcast meets meditation. It's recorded fresh every day. And so you're going to hear meditation. That's relevant to your world every single day and so for those reasons it's it's led to this being such a powerful year for the company. Where so many people are recognizing that they need to support often for the first time and that they need that support to see them and to be inclusive and to recognize what they're going through in this very specific time and they're very specific experiences.
ViacomCBS Strikes Distribution Deal With Hulu
"Comedy. Central mtv and more are coming to who lose live tv service. No those channels are really important. To me. In the scrutiny. Fourteen more though there's going to be under expanded should be dea. Fourteen more viacomcbs cable networks are on the way hulu plus live tv in the form of et comedy central mtv nickelodeon paramount networks. Vh1 cmt nick. Junior tv land bt. Her mtv to nick toons teen nick and mtv classic. Cbs cbs sports network and the cw the smithsonian channel and pop tv remain on. Who is part of the deal. You'll be able to add a showtime as a premium options. Well
Jackie Hill Perry On Her 'Come To Jesus' Moment
"You had we've got a this is probably the question you had that. Come to jesus moment late one night. What happened that night. That kind of puts you in a totally different trajectory. And yeah so. I was in my room. Doing something. Really irrelevant watching. Mtv or something and the strongest thaw. That i've ever had came to my mind. Which was that. The girl that i was with would be the death of me And when i heard the thought it actually disrupted all other thoughts with. That was the only thought that i think so at that moment. You're in an active relationship with girl. Yeah okay we were just together before inside just started to think about my life randomly in kinda did a survey of it and with that. I thought about the consequences of everything that i loved and enjoy. All of this is being motivated by the spirit of god. This is not me because it doesn't make any sense right. And so i'm thinking about oh i really love. We'd you know addiction to that. that's in. Oh i still. that's in. Oh disrespectful to my parents. That san like. I just went down the list where i saw. Oh lesbianism is not only issue. you are holistically sinful. And so you are holistically. In need of god and saw to- got though i said god i i don't wanna be straight because the immediate thought i think for anyone in the same sex community is that to come to. Jesus is to be heterosexual when that's not the call. The call is holiness. And so god. I think was trying to show me. No come to me. And we'll work all the other stuff out. And so i just had to make a decision which is do. I want to give up everything that amuse to everything. That's kept me safe to trust in this person that i've never met this jewish man named jesus but i figured that if he was offering himself he had to be a better alternative than everything that i've ever trusted in my entire life and so it wasn't that i showed jesus because i was afraid of hail it wasn't that i chose us because i wanted to be straight. I chose them because because of the holy spirit. I was able to see that he was better than everything on this entire. Which is the holy spirit. I have to emphasize that because people can. Oh she made a logical decision. I've made a spirit may decision and so what happened. After that was that. I repented and believed but didn't know that i was repenting and believing a you felt god calling you to make a painful choice and it to me. This is the first choice a painful choice to break up with that girl so this was step one after night of conviction if i could call it that what compelled you to make that first step. You know jesus says if i causes you to sin gouge it out your hand caused you. Cut it off. She was my hand. She was my. I i for me to walk in obedience to jesus had to let her go Which is typical of any disciple of jesus. He would say me in what you read next. As they left everything and so i had to leave everything to follow him and i was willing to but it didn't mean it didn't hurt so called her and i said hey i can't be with you anymore just because i have to follow jesus now in iran. She expected it because again. I was really strange. Lesbian talk jesus a lot. I was really intrigued by him. And so she she knew was coming for some reason But yeah so aggrieved that relationship. Because i mean gay or straight or not. The emotions were real. The affections were real. The love was real But i had to love god more than i loved her.
New Documentary Follows San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus Performances In U.S. South
"Shot in the new MTV documentary film Gay Chorus, Deep South that shows the main characters on a bus moving through the intersection of gay and church streets. That's also more or less the theme of the movie, which follows the San Francisco Gay men's chorus on a tour of the Deep South. It's a gypsy like like is is the the artistic artistic director director of of the the chorus, chorus, and and David David Rodriguez Rodriguez is is director director of of the the film. film. Welcome Welcome to to the the program. program. Thank Thank you. you. Thank Thank you. you. Gypsy Gypsy like like I I want want to to start start with with you. you. The The film film begins begins with with your your own own personal personal story story of of growing growing up up Southern Southern Baptist Baptist and and working working in in the the church church until until you you finally finally came came out out as as gay gay in in your mid thirties. How did you feel setting out on this journey? You know, I knew that when I came out it was it was risking everything, but it's wonderful. Looking back. In the ensuing 35 years I've been conducting LGBT Q choruses, and it has been just the most wonderful experience. So I have the joy of hindsight. And I know that people who have not yet had Been able to come out or had found that courage. You know, my message to them is come on out. Go ahead. I've never met one single LGBTQ person who says I wish I had waited longer to come out. And David, You're sort of the unseen force behind this film. What do you to this story had to get involved? You know, it was really shook by the divisiveness that surface from the 2016 elections. And, you know, I was really looking for movements or stories or actions of that could bring hope and that could you know, if not bridge things back together, But at least test this divisiveness and There was an article about the San Francisco Gay men's chorus doing this tour in the South. And and I knew their power in their message from living in San Francisco before I really thought that they were the only ones that really stood a chance. Toe create that bridge. Course. You meet Christian Southerners who accept you and support you. And we know that support for LGBT Q rights is growing nationwide. Something like two thirds of Americans now say they support same sex marriage, for example. But as you also know, there are still those who hold religious beliefs that homosexual relationships are sinful. When you meet people who say that for them, this is a theological issue. This is a matter of faith. How do you talk to them? I don't argue at all. I mean, I lived 35 years of my life as a Southern Baptist. I have all the weapons in my tool kit. I don't use them because I don't think that Scripture should ever be used as weapons. So that's what I would say is study harder. Get Get some some background background on on what what you're you're trying trying to to use use against against our our community. community. When we sang Amazing Grace. It was hard for the singers to sing because you know, it says that saved a wretch like me, and it supposes that we are wretched people. But the whole point is that all kinds of grace can be found inside and outside. If you look for it, David, one of the themes your film touches on is three idea that the South is not one dimensional, but it's more complex than maybe some of the stereotypes about it. But were you worried as you were filming this about stereotyping people in the south or potentially missing some of the nuance? About what The South really is absolutely it was really important toe give the self the voice of deserved into really spend time there. So we spent a few months before the tour itself, meeting people and really learning in listening to what they had to say. And, you know, I like to say there's three courses in this film, You know, there's a San Francisco gay men's chorus. Is Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir. And then there's the voices of the South, you know, and they play an equal role in kind of bringing the story together. Tipsy like there's a really interesting conversation in the film, where you talk with one of the pastor's Who's thinking about whether or not to host your group. About the difference between hospitality, Southern hospitality vs Tolerance versus Celebrating people and Without giving too much away. You ultimately tell him you're not really that interested in just sort of reluctant acceptance. You went to be celebrated. Why was that so important? It's for me one of my favorite scenes because it's just so really. It's like the The reality is just right in front of your eyes and he was there and he was trying to decide if If we could sing in his church, and he said, Well, you know, if it smells of activism, then I'm going to get pushed back. And, you know, we tolerate the gays and I just sort of went off. That was my moment where I just had enough. And that's that. I didn't don't need you to tolerate me and I don't need you to accept me. But I need you to celebrate the uniqueness of all of God's creatures. I'll celebrate you. Do you sell it in old boy and his exact What was you know, I just haven't felt the nudge to do that. And so we nudged our way right on out of that church and left them. I wish we could have sung their and I wish we could have done something significant. But we weren't allowed. And David. One
Chadwick Boseman honored with 'Hero for the Ages' award at MTV Movie and TV Awards
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Chadwick Boseman honored with 'Hero for the Ages' award at MTV Movie and TV Awards
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"I spoke at a unity church last sunday. About how important. It is for us to balance introspection without prospection as a kid. I spent hours alone in my room reading drawing and building model airplanes. If i misbehaved at school. My parents couldn't punish me by yelling. Go to your room because my room is exactly where i always wanted to be instead. They literally locked me out of the house and said go play outside like a normal kid makes them friends. And while i'm not condoning this parenting method in hindsight. It probably did me some good mind you. This was years before we had terms for introverts extroverts. Kids on the spectrum and so on children were either considered to be well adjusted. Meaning that followed the one-size-fits-all set of behavior rules and guidelines to fit in or they were considered misbehaving troublemakers. Outcasts the only place. I actually sit in was an after school programs to learn pascal software and robotics. Which is where i made a couple of friends who otherwise also pretty much kept to themselves although alone time is healthy. So were the hours. I was forced to socialize with others whether locked outside the house. So i can play with the neighborhood kids or tori school field trips and camping adventures much to my resistance. At the time just as i was entering teenage years my family moved from small town in the northern most part of israel where grew up to california the high school i attended in san francisco not only had more students in it than my old town had residents but i was suddenly surrounded by asians blacks latinos and maybe a handful of other caucasians. It was a culture shock. In fact i probably would have gone into actual shock or drawn inward even more had. I not been encouraged to socialize in my earlier years. I'm not saying. I was well adjusted. I'm still not but i managed to quickly learn. English makes him friends and stay curious about everyone's culture religion and ethnic background. I asked so many questions because nothing. No one resembled anything to which i had previously been exposed. I joined what was called. Sf net a network of computers and coffee shops around san francisco with coin operated dialup modems. Long before computers had windows or mice just a black screen and a keyboard essentially offering a chatroom of sorts for up to thirty people at time either dialing in from their homes or from other coffee shops in the netters we called ourselves had net gets like bonfires on the beach or meetups at bars on ashbury back when nobody checked your id tecate in through sf net. I met people from all walks of life college kids adults and even befriended kids my own age. Who were homeless by choice. Living on the streets and sleeping and golden gate park as a result of all this exposure to such a variety of individuals. I didn't have the same knee jerk judgment that my parents had about other races religions homeless people and so on i truly believe visibility leads to acceptance the first time i saw someone with blue hair and facial piercings. I was blown away but the nineties had more than its fair share rebels and mohawks so nothing shocked me after a couple of weeks. Think about what it must have been like the first time someone saw an interracial or same sex couple holding hands walking down the street a few decades ago the first time may have been shock but it were off the more people were exposed to it until as just another happy couple granted in some areas and for some people that still a shock but to others. It's no big deal and that's because visibility is what leads to acceptance exposure opens our eyes first minds. Second an hartford. The key to empathy and compassion therefore is connection not just seeing punk rockers on mtv but having coffee with them on a thursday night. I guess i was forced to grow up in much the same way. I was forced out of the house. When i was younger. Residents of major metropolitan cities are exposed to different cultures beliefs and backgrounds on a daily basis. So they tend to be more open minded than people who never leave their rural areas. Where anyone who doesn't fit in is considered a freak that absence of exposure and connection leads to judgement and segregation. But we can expect the so called freaks to intentionally move to rural areas in order to open people's eyes minds and hearts. It's up to each one of us regardless of where we live to stop thinking of anyone as other and get curious instead of judgmental in a way only out rejection makes introspection possible. If that makes sense how would we know being judgmental if our rigid boundaries are being challenged. We can't heal what we refused to confront the logic of not criticizing what we haven't even made the effort to understand because once we understand. There's nothing left to criticize implies by definition that if there's anything about which i'm still being judgmental the problem is me. It means i have more work to do. It's not somebody else's job to explain themselves to me. It's up to me to do the work to look outside myself to understand the bigger picture where there's room for everybody
"mtv" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"The process in which that used to get you cast on the real world was like harder than getting into the fbi it truly and you find those all. They have so much about them. That makes them so special that it shouldn't surprise you that they go places because it's the charisma storytelling it's the personality. It's like the look. There's so many things about them. Got them that far that if feels like they were all probably gone very far in life and that family. The duffy family nine kids. Now who appalled the couples who are who are some of the people that you're like. I can't believe those two together but we're like elated that they found each other on our show. I sometimes don't see it coming. All some of the couples surprise me. You know like a lot of them are sort of currents. I feel like it would be unkind for me to name names but i would say that lake some of them are just not what you would expect an. I don't know that Yeah i don't know. I don't know that it isn't the show in being part of that family. That sort of keeps them. And i don't know what that looks like for them ten years from now i don't know if you can answer this but within the crew is they're softer spot in your heart for people that came from the mtv world versus Excuse me the real world road rules. World versus outsiders. Is it hard for you to kinda get into the rhythm with somebody who you is deemed as like an outsider. I will truly because so many of the kids that came from real world or road. Rules do deep relationships with the company. In the franchise there is a trust there whereas if we take somebody from another franchise series. We don't like that show may have not been run the same there may not have been the same care of duty. I don't we don't really know what their experiences always arb- sometimes they don't trust us as much yeah whereas you know generally speaking we do what we say we're going to do and we do have good relationships with our cast and we're so grateful for them. I mean they bring it every season. Yeah but i do think sometimes you bring in some new people and they just don't they don't like naturally trust production. You know there has always been a question of whether or not you know. Production was working behind the scenes to really manipulate and there certainly have been shows where that is the case. You know the is a game so if we're manipulating it certainly just through the challenges that we're putting out there and that's very forward-facing we're being very honest about what we're challenging them to do. Okay here's a speed round. How many people does it take to make the show how many people crew etc. Like three hundred. Oh my gosh. How long has filming depending on the episode order. We did nineteen this time and it was shy of eleven weeks. How hard is it to come up with locations. It's always hard to come up with locations but it's even harder to come up with locations like we're trying to book locations for thirty-seven it's always harder to like especially with kobe to try to figure out what is going to be safe. Bright now is very difficult. Iceland was very difficult decision. That was actually something. Mtv came to us and said let's do iceland they have no covid cases So they were very supportive in making that happen. How much advance work do you have to do before shooting at a location. We are starting now on thirty seven and we don't start shooting until like march who is a cast member from yesteryear love to get on the show that every season you're like. Oh my gosh. If we could just get blabbity blah on the show..
Magician Calen Morelli on 'The Piano Card Project'
"Yesterday burst onto the magic scene with smash hit. Releases had a huge magic prank show and then went onto consult for the biggest magicians. Tv shows in the world. It's kayla morale kevin. How is money this evening this afternoon. Whatever i mid day in las vegas and it's it's great okay. What's your origin story. You've got twenty one seconds. Origin story is my parents. were religious. Didn't let me do magic. When i found magic at ten found it when i was in high school Became very popular. Unlike most magicians in high school. My dad went bankrupt. We moved into my the basement of my grandma's house. When i was just graduated high school and in those six months i started taking magic extremely serious and i created pretty much all of the content that put me onto the scene in those six months in a basement and then i just continued with a lot of work from there and stuff happens six months. Meanwhile let's dive straighten. I want to talk about your creative process. Now let's take new release the piano project when antitax start. What was the journey like. And how did you end up where you ended up where it's not as as sexy as i would like it to be but sexy man. I'm not overly honest person. this. Let's see i- i created it during my time in london when i was working on dynamo's season three that hired me to come out there and we had I think our seeing in blake and their team had worked on the first episode and then they hired me to come. In and create all the magic for the last three episodes. So that was a huge work load Shell has like seventy five effects in a few months. Like for tv magic like like. Let's be real. This was i like when people say that. They've consulted and worked. I respect a very short list of people like Garcia blake rico. Michael weber like many many people that are excellent and kim have. I've seen work under fire like okay. I'm like these people can handle it. And yeah i think that this this whole dynamo thing was just like whoa. That was a that was a crash course in magic and i. I was so crazy at that point. And that's this is coming up to the piano cardi question but there was a point when i was just for fun week. Creating an extra hundred ideas day on top of the hour. I would write down a list. The one of the guys that work for dynamo challenge me. He's like he likes to do comedy do gersh. So we're like yo. Maybe we just push ourselves and we write down a list of hundred ideas a day for seven days in a row so on top of the eight hour workday with dynamo and we were going out to open mic night. Just for fun and london and try and shit out Yeah i like seven hundred ideas down in a week just one week with dynamo and that was even that was just for myself so like you can see like the level of of obsession that i have for this art and the piano card was just it. It probably took three minutes to create at one time. And i was just like i literally. There was two times when i was going over analyzing flap cards and there was the the borderless flap and the piano card concept that i Figured out like around two thousand eleven two thousand twelve thousand and thirteen. I saw in that span. I i really don't remember the month or year but yeah I don't hundred percent remember if it went into dynamo's show or not. I think it might have been a quick clip but yeah so it just. I ended up putting it online on youtube. Because i had a youtube back then That was just popping off. And i was just like getting into it and it was wild because like the youtube like out when i was getting to the end of the gig with dynamo. My youtube had landed me a pilot with mtv but they spent money on a pilot. That wasn't even on wasn't even supposed to air but this guy saad dress code. The old president of mtv was a fan of me because he saw dress code from syria. Lebanon and he was like this dude. I like his magic. I think he's cool so he found me on youtube and he saw like making content and he saw potential so we ended up making a pilot. Right after that. And like everything just like snowballed from there but I put it on my youtube the piano card concept and then i ended up deleting my youtube so all those videos are gone. I deleted them back in. Like two thousand sixteen. Maybe it was like right. After i put out the sun we cops Video and that like exploded. It exploded past i could comprehend. Because like that was like a level that was like a level of lake There's like worldwide viral hits and then there's like worldwide viral hits that stick around and like people talk about and this was one that like people would recognize me when i went out at a bar. Oh well like. I sat next to like a girl on the plane and she was like you look familiar and i'm just like this is dumb. This is not real. this is not real life. Stop it
2020 MTV Europe Music Awards: BTS, Lady Gaga win top awards
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"mtv" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Skin. I'm going to have some hot takes. It's a party even when it's not. because. This wasn't trash before. Thank God we have someone to lower the the high brown of the podcast. Messy! Nephew All no no. Families, growing Our eight nephew so? To kick off some of the serious stuff here and this is I mean? I'll just say up. I feel like the plan is to just really be up front with all of you. The listeners like. Johnny and I don't have prepared remarks like. I don't know what to say or how to do this for quite frankly. So where are doing with with thoughtfulness and with good intentions are doing what we feel. is right and you know Johnny and I did talk about that like we welcome your. Full! But like your feedback, and we're. We're open to discussing this further. If, we don't get it right we. We probably won't get it right today, but we're here to talk about show that we love and this problematic show that we love so just to kick that off. Tom Palmer says which version of the episode are You recapping? So. Some of you may not know this, but this episode is forty minutes. It's normally I complain about it. An hour of actual content so sorry, the episode was an hour with commercials and remain hour and a half. People saw it in the. Thing that went up before the episode, but D is no longer part of the challenge family. MTV has severed ties with her due to her remarks about black lives. Matter and we'll talk about that more at the end of the show But that happened in the last two days. MTV made the decision to edit her mostly out of this episode, which is why we end up with a forty minute. One Hour, episode, but MTV what I can only assume was a mistake. Aired. The full length episode on edited in Canada and so that has been making the rounds on. Read it there. Summaries of what happened there clips. It's all over the place. You can definitely find it if you're interested in finding it. My perspective and Johnny at some point I will be quiet so that you can win, but my perspective on it. My My gut feel. Is. The decision was made by MTV to edit de out this episode. That's the episode we received the episode we're going to talk about. Stuff did happen outside of that actually a listener. A bunch of you wrote to me already about this and I appreciate. It and I had a conversation with listener where she raised maybe. Like, maybe it's favorable to D- some of the stuff that's edited out, and maybe that was sort of part of MTV's decision to like. Try to not burn de so I actually did look into what happened and and I. Don't actually think that's the case. I mean I think that's a fair perspective, but my impression is sort of like was air. What was not aired was would make de look much more sympathetic in this episode, and I'm not saying she's not entitled to sympathy based on the events of this episode, but I stand with MTV's decision to edit her out and so this that's that's my perspective on why you're getting. The US cut the global cut of this episode. Here joined in any that makes sense feel free to disagree and we'RE GONNA. Hold each other's hands and we're all GONNA get this. For sure, we're GonNa talk about what was aired. In the United, states is what I got from MTV dot com where I watched the episodes.
"mtv" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Tweet. I don't watch the challenge. Not Watching this episode but like feel free to tweet questions like Oh can't bothered to watch a challenge tonight. I'm not saying she deserves us at all. But maybe if you tuned in to show that pays your bills you would have seen that bear is not going to give a crap about you. Probably not wording relationship over. Maybe she did all this just to prove that she actually was not watching. People thought she like actually was was just lying about it so this this would be definitive proof. If she really didn't know what type of person bear was. This would show that yes. You really just does not watch the show that she is a part of so. Let's dig a little deeper into this. With bear and Kayla Kayla was in a relationship with Mike. Ep was off credited as being on. Mtv's from G's to gents. I did I watched the show. Absolutely what I still want to be credited in two thousand twenty or being on that show no but my keep he is like on the list reality shows he was on naked dating and he was on just one other like Bela show. I forget but they've been together like three. They were together three years. They were living in Vegas. They were an instagram perfect couple and then disaster struck. Rumors came back about Kaelin bear while they were still taping the season. Here's what I have. Here's what I dug it. My spyglass Emoji out on.
"mtv" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"That's an entertainment yes is the MTV video awards it was a video musical war Musik awards because they play so much music on MTV was listening play music on MTV nineteen ninety five right for they have awards for it nobody sees these videos on MTV they're not on MTV that makes sense but there was a moment there tell us just got political so we'll get to that was her nights always her night Taylor swift money we did just the story of her what was yesterday she's like the biggest star in terms of earnings yeah I have are yeah they should just make every award for her because he was everything this is the Taylor swift award have everybody's hate her and all the other people in other categories this is when everything right so into that and then Gary Busey so few on death Hey guys that's coming up so bill Maher it was less than what's bill Maher I don't think I think I've only ever seen him once and that was because he was on an episode of family guy are you serious I I've never want to see the show like I said I seen a clip of his show when it was on family guy wow have you watch anything besides a cartoon ever I mean yes so I watch superhero movies those are criticized those everything with real people and I I watch the lord of the rings movie real people game of thrones okay now we know the answer early on Friday night's episode of HBO's real time with bill Maher the host bill Maher his thoughts on one of the cook brothers the coke brother that died David coke yes here's what he said I'm glad he's dead and then he went on to say this I guess I'm gonna have to re evaluate my low opinion of prostate cancer what that was a prostate cancer the guy I think you're wrong it was pancreatic cancer I think what's the difference I can't keep track of it I don't know so obviously you know David cook being one of the to cook brothers responsible for a conservative leanings in the country conservative donations by them to a lot of conservative Republicans Mars response reminds me I saw the wrong Ron Perlman the actor yeah his response on Twitter was I'm wishing the cook brothers a quick and speedy reunion right yes so yeah I I I have to think that a bill Maher you know it's not gonna come under heat yeah and he for this because his audience is right there with them hello guys that too yeah I mean it was a win think if he was alive and he defamed of but what's the what's I mean I guess the other call brother could just by HBO and fire bill Maher enough money to do it so I have you heard the story of Bill Clinton and the and the the the DJ in the Hamptons so bill Clinton's out to dinner with a bunch of people and you know how we know you're in a restaurant and they have you know the your dinner and then at some point in the restaurant the.
"mtv" Discussed on WWL
"And this was the second MTV play on this day this first nineteen ninety one can I talk about this because you know MTV is is part of our lives MTV change music M. G. M. MTV had an impact on radio I'm going to text here that says since MTV is no longer on the air maybe radio killed MTV radio didn't kill MTV but the audience that was first into MTV during the the video years was it was growing older and they were no longer going to be the audience for MTV so MTV had to change to capture the next audience that was that age that demographic so that's why to change but my conversation with Alan Alan hunter one of the original VJs which is on disc page under on demand to the right at W. O. dot com just very insightful about the early years of MTV and you'll actually learned some things that you might not have known about those early years of MTV from New Orleans Alain you're on WWL Hey good idea I'm good okay Sir could nineteen maybe eighty eight my mother canceled MTV I'm one of three brothers as of to videos that me and my brothers rag doll Aerosmith in welcome to the jungle guns N. roses we would wait for MTV for the videos come on and she canceled let me ask you what you're watching while we were waiting for the video to come on yeah I I've been there we were just it was exciting and but we were young yeah I mean I get it you know your music videos your mom was not the only one that canceled MTV I mean other other parents said that as well when I got to move on I appreciate the call in in the by the by the late eighties not just in late but by the late eighties there was a lot of criticism of MTV for sex and violence for androgyny and I mean if you think back on some of the the white snake videos some of the videos that just had just this androgynous ambience it freaked a lot of people out and there was a lot of criticism of MTV but you know Hey come on we turned out okay and think about this if you were if you were born when MTV first went on the air you're thirty eight years old almost forty man that that used to be prime of the the talk radio audience so that's why the show is where politics and pop culture major opinions well let's go back to the democratic debate here before going to take a break Joe Biden last night I thought the former vice president look weak I thought he had some very very weak always I'm not saying he's not gonna still be number one but I think he will take a hit in the in the area the the the ranking say in in his writing about Joe Biden was wondering why because people were attacking Obama's policies as a way of getting to Joe Biden I find it fascinating everybody's talking about how terrible I am on these issues rock Obama knew exactly who I was he had he had ten lawyers do a background check and everything about me and civil rights and civil liberties and he chose me he said it was the best decision I give us about search engine yeah I mean and and there was there was a lot of criticism from from Democrats of of of attacking Obama's policies but look all of the bombs policies were were not great in fact Obama at one point gain the nickname reporter in chief because he was supporting so many people so the progressives would be very critical of president Obama's policies today Kamel Harris was standing right next to Joe Biden and she made this comment about Biden in the Senate cleaning up the consequences of the bills that you passed when you are in the United States Senate for decades and we've had more comments are really throughout the day my god it's a break here running late as usual finding a number of checks from people said first video I really remember an MTV was jump man the clownish nature of David Lee Roth was jealous of me I'm screwed and we will be back well now another traffic.
"mtv" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"And I said, no, I was there with my wife at the time and he says, oh, well, you got to you have to go to a couple of places. Let me recommend this restaurant and he froze out the name of this one restaurant. And then he goes, oh, no, you don't wanna go there. That's kind of pricey. And I'm thinking McCartney thinks it's pricey, no way too. I wanna go there. Guy rock and roll, but he literally called up this this other place and spoke to the manager there who he knew. And of course knew him and said, my friend markets coming down. I want you to give him Hama cart, and he made me at dinner reservations. Never forget that cool stuff. It doesn't get any cooler. Yeah. What you mentioned that you had left at us, what made you decide to move on or two from MTV? You know, it started to get to a point where MTV had just hired Kurt loader and towards the towards for for me eight late mid eighty six, late eighty six. It started to get to the point where the the executives were looking more towards print for credibility. It's one of my big gripes with them that they didn't stand behind us. I journalists that were like writers with, yeah, Kurt loader was a Rolling Stone writer. And they hired him to do news. Now, Kurt loader was a guy who I had never met him, but I knew his work. I read him in Rolling Stone a bunch, and he definitely knows his shit to this day and he knew it Danny knows it today, but he would make a hard left. Turn in a frigging album review to slam MTV and to say how what a lame, you know idea this was and how we never really did anything worthwhile and slam the five of us. But damn if they didn't, you know, come around to him and he was like, yes, I will sell out for that. You know, you know. So they hired him and I understand. But I also understood that meant that the things that I had been doing the great interviews, the location, things I wasn't going to get those anymore. So it was at that point the Alan and I both we both quit on the same day, Nina and Martha and JJ were altern have there. Contract's renewed at various times. But the two of us were were they are. We we had stayed, and but it just got to a point where I thought all I'm going to be doing just recording these VJ segments in the studio now and it same time I had been with the acting bug. I got requests from a couple of different directors to do stuff which I did, and I just had the best time doing it. So I wanted to to just give it a shot just to study Spanish. Yeah. So I quit and did a deal with MTV where I in eighty seven live eighty seven. I moved to LA and for the next year I came back for one week a month and I did shows for week a month. And then for the following year did interviews for them and I would host press events to nounce VM as and stuff like that. So I worked at n. TV for most of the eighties by the end eighty nine hundred pretty much gone. Would you think of MTV now in house more to nothing to do with music, and a lot of. Ways or most? Well, MTV made the decision early on to not grow old with their audience and to stay stay with same. Yes. Stay with the same. Basically twelve to twenty five year old on that was that was their core and and that was what they decided to do, which was fine to this day. I get tons of emails every day at the big eighties, man, bring back the old MTV and bring back those days. An MTV should be playing music. There's no need for MTV to play music. Now there's no need YouTube. Why? Why would anybody bother? Although they're trying to figure it out, they brought back to you are l. now to bring back jersey shore. I mean the fact that they're bringing back to your Elza huge, huge thing. I, I would not want to run that place now where it is a video music TV channel fit today. I don't know. I, it's funny too because just talking about how like in this day and age..
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"The Michael Jackson ever come into MTV to get interviewed. He will. He didn't come in. Yeah, but yeah, he was interviewed. I never got the chance to interview him. Although I did meet him at an event tok with him briefly. But that level of starter, it was rare. Robert plant came in a couple of times. I interviewed him once JJ who knew them really, really well. Jay Jackson was the guy who played Led Zeppelin on the radio in the United States. For the first time he was the guy in Boston who played them so history. Well, yeah, but most people did did come in. No, actually they, they did come favorite interviews that you had Madonna, Madonna, I, I was a huge fan of Madonna right off the bat. I record and once again completely embraced the whole video concepts is made for. Yeah, she and she, that was the thing that she knew it. Maybe maybe nobody around her new. You know, we didn't know. She knew she just news so comfortable for and. I talked to her after the first album came out and we talked at that time about like virgin. She was really excited about this new album that was coming out and it wasn't out yet, and I remember talking to her about her belt buckle it said boy toy. So I'm like, what's what does that mean? Boy touring? And she goes, what do you think it means. You know, I was like much younger and much less experience. I don't know. You know to me own in that interview, man, just a total pro. Even at that age, she was so confidence. Yes, totally competent. Wow. And it's funny to think about that at the time. My co host is a little conversation just the like a remember the controversy of virgin like controversy`l title like now, it's like the kidding me, but goofy and that. And those guys years later became friends with them, Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly who wrote it who wrote a bunch of great songs in the eighties, eternal flame for the bangles and I'll stand by you for pretenders, just awesome songs. But what Madonna liked about it was that that dorky nece about, you know, and Billy Starnberg. The guy who came up with the original concept was like, didn't even think of it. It's controversial for him. It was like he'd come out of a horrible relationship and he was going into he'd born in love again. And so. It's like a new thing for him. He was like, I feel like a version. I feel brand new and it's very different when a guy sings at right, Donna love the idea that guy had written it, but she was going to say interesting. Yeah, yeah, it's a good point. When you're talking about how come the network starts to progress, and you're mentioning that now you have technology, and what were you there when the hold like dial MTV thing because that was huge. Like that's when I even as a Canadian dude, you would hear about all my gosh, you know, Jobe was ten weeks. Number one, a dial TV like motley Crue motley Crue were unstoppable unstoppable. I know that all of their fans had speed dial and they were just calling us like crazy dialect. TV was a big thing for us that was really like starting to just dip our toll into really getting direct contact with the viewers like that. The fact that we version of social media and it really was it was exactly that it was exactly that and it. Came a huge show right away right away that people could directly influence in by by the time. The end was I dunno, I wanna save maybe three years in that. We started doing that, and it really MTV was already a phenomenon. So to be able to have that kind of influence Miniver somebody watching Nebraska was used, especially for the metal bands, the rock and roll bands that was only for the dial, the dial show that was they were always ruled. Yeah, there was the one when he talked about motley Crue guys in the studio guys commend that were just totally out of their mind. Yeah..
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"That was another weird thing that happened at the festival was that I, for the first time MTV was going to do live hits from this event. We'd never done that before. And so whether live his was supposed to be me on stage on metal day which the was the heaviest attended was five hundred thousand people there. And it was liking in San Bernardino. It was like a hundred and five and was just and they were hosing people down in the front. And so I come up on stage to bring is he out and it's still still light out of still hot as like four in the afternoon. And you know how it is when you're gonna, bring somebody on stage gotta Rev up the crowd and do your thing. Hey, I'm marketing from TV, so great to be here rock and you guys are all live on MTV right now. Let's bring out Ozzy. I'm looking off and they're like waving like no, no, no, not yet. Wait, wait, wait, wait, what we? We were too early for the satellite for the. Live hit that was supposed to happen, live TV and we were to really cute me too early. And so five hundred thousand people. I gotta go out and go. All right, great rehearsal. Take two. So technology that point time that you said on the satellite and stuff. I mean, it's scary to think that even works at all it was, you know, the the satellite hits that one was a little rough, but we we did more throughout the weekend and they, they worked a little better, but it was. It was, you know, a big thing in a big thing for us because I mean, really we were brand new channel. We were only on for a couple of years and that kind of technology was sort of keep trying to keep up with us. You know, even in terms of just the way our videos were played, that progress. So much of the first couple of years when we first launched the night, we launched, we had tech problems because the people at the up link out on Long Island where everything went up to the satellite and then was broadcast down to all the cable outlets they, they didn't have machines to segue between songs. It was like a cassette with one. Song would be and then like a director would have to switch, you know, manually like to bring up the next song. You know it wasn't like a, it was an automated video by video. Someone actually be there for an eight hour shift. Yeah, they call it residue directing. So it was like they would have our segments that we record in the studio, and they would have another rack with all the imaging and other rack with with the videos and so on are on the night of our launch, the rocket was supposed to go up. John lack, who's the CEO of the company said, ladies and gentlemen, rock and roll, and it was video killed the radio star than it was you better run and it was me. Supposed to be me and it was me going high market men and you're about to experience new thing. Never look music same way, again, blah, blah, blah. While the Pap inning was that happened those two videos. And then and I'm Alan hunter because the guy put in the wrong car play the wrong thing completely out of order. I was supposed to introduce, you know, all of the Jays was my show. I was first VJ on MTV for the first five hours. It was me, but that those first five minutes were completing up. So you had the first shift? They never not do. It was the first face and that's been a been a fight between us for thirty five years because he claims to be the first Fiji. I'm like, no dude, just because of that Cup. I was the first VJ. My show is I, but he's like, it's like his Twitter handle Alan hunter first VJ causing heat while technically he was the first though he saw his face Ralph taken up with him in your house. Yeah. Let's talk about some of the huge stars that were going on at the time. There's someone like Michael Jackson ever come into MTV back and just walk into the studio. Obviously, he was the one of the pioneers of the music video format who are some of the other big stars came into MTV to be interviewed. I think that went for second Mark, but I wanna take care of.
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"Music even with YouTube, which is max through rock radio. Yeah. Our song right now is is done really well, but it's really made a difference for the ban because you still radio's dead is not did it still very important, and you wish that there was an outlets gave MTV, but that's nothing replaced by YouTube anywhere out at the time in the eighties nineties to get on MTV was a huge deal. Yeah, and people would see, see a bump and Benetton did she talked about it in her book? And a lot of these guys have talked about it in their their books that it was this weird thing for them to a ban that was playing bars, like Pat Benetton where she was playing clubs, you know two hundred people, two hundred fifty people and all of a sudden MTV hit and within a couple of months, suddenly they were playing five thousand halls. They would come into town and people be waiting at the airport for them. I mean, it was a whole new. World because it's interesting too because you're talking about kind of that that crossover from the seventies to the eighties and obviously in the seventies he had daily Roth and you had, you know, kiss, but a lot of the bands he talking about, you know, maybe it's deep purple or deserted or somebody like that. Not the most good looking guys, but it didn't matter suddenly. Now in the eighties, you have to be a good badly said, you gotta be good looking so badly Durand rather tailor for it and that helped them. But other bands probably got hurt because they weren't hot. You know, you know the harder rock bands had to figure it out. Yeah, they had to figure it out and they did. You know, they could scorpions not a great look in band, but they have some rocket videos and the video era for us in the states with them, they were huge. They people went crazy for him. That's a great call. I'm thinking rocket hurricane where you don't have to be hot, but just put a bunch of hot chicks in it in Kinney. Right? Exactly. We loved Rudy and Claus Claus minor. So when when you have Now now. that record behind it, I'm sure publicists and bands are getting into it. Did you do a lot of interviews with the bands that would come through town. Tell us about some of those that you had those, you know, that was what we were about? No, certainly for JJ are we both were really up for for talking to these guys and it was because it was television for everybody was a new world JJ and I hadn't really done TV. So trying to think of something in my, some of the earliest bands like we didn't get into, you know, head bangers ball for years. Van Halen was big for us. Early on Judas priest was huge. Russ early on getting a great look in a great band, but they, you know, they were Brit. So they had the commitment video. Howard was always great on video and they were used for us in the early days. And you know, kind of generally there was, you know, the fluffy shirt contingent, but then it was metal, no hard rock and metal. That was the stuff that really worked for us. I'm trying to think of some of the other bands. I mean, I, you know, I interviewed Dave early on. On van Halen early on opposite great interview, for sure, right. Yeah, it's pretty much one question sit kill, right? Would you have a guy like that? And like would you be like, like, is this guy's too much? Or was it kinda fun? Or was it a little bit annoying? I love day. Yeah, I love Dave. I spent a lot of time with him actually went on the road with him for a while. Kidding, with van Halen or solos with solo. So right after he left was the concept behind that. He, you know, we, we wound up getting friends at the us festival, I say, eighty three. And in that video, the video that interview is on YouTube and I encourage you to check it out. I mean, I've seen Dave, you know, hammered in a lot of situations, but never like that and it's hysterical. Yeah, he's so funny..
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"And so because most of them were British interested Brits were doing it because like you said, you wouldn't see them. I remember solid gold that show. Yeah, would show a clip from time again, you know, and you'd see it here and there, but like you mentioned, it was never anything really concrete of as far as this network and even cable telev-. As a whole was there was a lot of cable stations, right? You know, our our luck MTV was amazing because we came at a time when it was right for cable to start to blow up and MTV wound up selling cable, half the reason that it became so popular with cable operators because suddenly everybody, it was a phenomenon. Everybody wanted to see it. So that was the way to get him to sign up. So when you was it based on a New York than the original yucky. Okay. So when you get the call, do you have to audition? I mean, what's the kind of the process for that? You know, I was just walking up the street with with my daughter the other day she's visiting, and we pass what is what was at the time the share it in hotel at like fifty. Fifth and seventh, that's not not your Primo New York hotel as a total fleabag. But that was where I had to go to meet this producer and it was like, I was like, like a Harvey Weinstein situation going on, right? It was like kinda creepy. You know, like you come to four thirty five and you knock on the door. There's some guy sitting on the bed. You know, this is my my meeting, but yeah, that was the the first, my first entree, and then I did to auditions. The first one there was I understand about a thousand fifteen hundred people. Something like that addition in New York LA Chicago. I think they were in New Orleans also, and so they had a bunch of people that they were seeing in each of those cities. So the first one was just may on a stool and a student, a studio that was like twelve degrees, you know, and and there was like an interrogation, just like a spotlight on my face and a camera, and I knew that I had to do so music news and just talk about music, who was the guy that can create, who's this producer that you talked about the created. It was a guy that I knew from he didn't create it, but this was my first entree was a guy named Richard Benson. Van Gogh who I think it's, I don't know. I think he's still doing television, but he was with us just for the first few months of MTV, but he was with with the company at this at the beginning before we launch, and he was a producer on TV in Philadelphia. So a friend of mine was also friends with ham, and we had done stuff in Philly. He and I. And so that was sort of just a roundabout way that I heard about this being outweighed for our video muse. And of course you probably thinking like, how long does this go? Ask? Who's going to watch videos that that's definitely the assessment. It's like, get your little buddy. You'll dogs on my lap. Now that's Oliver the pug who, oh my God, let it be climbed up on your lap. He's my co host for the show. But you know the idea twenty four hour video, right? It's to me, it was like, okay, you know, I'd seen videos thought, all right. I mean, I think it'll be around seems like a good idea and I I was working at the number one rock station in the number one market in the country. If you're in radio, that's where you're headed. Yeah, you know. So for me to say, I'm gonna quit, you know, as ABC and ABC affiliate. And it was a big station in a big career thing for me. I left Billy to come here to do it, but I was hating it. So yeah, I mean, they I did that I dish in. I got called back like three or four weeks later was nail biting for four weeks. And the second one was a little bit more intense. They had this guy, Robert Morton who went on to be David Letterman's producer and he was friends with Letterman and Morty you know, he would mention more on the early days of the show..
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"That's a true radio pro, making sure your phone is off. I can tell the biz for awhile kid and talking about being the biz we're here at Mark Goodman's house, and we met when I did some press for the Fosse record Brown. When you're your show on Sirius debatable and the first thing I said you was guy saw your sign, it live. Dude, you blew my mind that you remember that. Well, the worst season of Saturday Night Live. It was one of the worst cast rich hall was the guy who did me. Yeah. Oh my God, I was blown. What was so funny because you know, when you do press tour, you go around to place those place and they didn't even really focus in this. We're going to this. That's Marc Goodman, dude, that's one of the original MTV Jays and the guy who was on site live. That's what made you like to me if you can make it on Sunday Night Live. That's a big deal. I felt the same way I was blown away as you know that you're going to be on. But I knew rich before before that when Ritz was just doing stand up and he was like doing teeny clubs. I was a DJ in Philly, and we did shows with him all the time. So I knew him. I spent a lot of time with him. You know, just hanging around having cocktails, you know, so for to see him when he got the gig and then him doing me on there was. A big curly. I was a lot better dresser anyway. Shitty like army jacket or something, you know. And I was just like, I don't dress like that. I just like nice vasts shit that made you part of the cultural zeitgeist though, and just by proxy of being once again, one of the ridge five VJ's on MTV which people still talked about to this day. Yeah, there is. You. Five of us. Remember I'm from Canada, so I never had much. Erica. Actually knows funny. There's a guy who's called j. d. Roberts and he was one of the regional much disease. Our reporter on CNN, John Roberts, John Roberts much music JD, Robert y. The metal show the power, so. Okay. So it's market men, Alan, hunter, a Martha Quinn. Everybody. I remember Martha who's the blonde girl. There was a blonde girl to Nina equa Blackwood and Jackson Jackson, they go. Wow. So the late great. Guide almost say almost twelve years ago now. Okay. So we're talking though about this and kind of you mentioned your DJ in Philly. Videos at the time were basically promotional clips because you see them from time to time. There's a few Beatles kiss I was made for love and you type thing. Where were those video shown at that time? While we the odd thing, you know before MTV before I even heard about MTV when I was still working in radio in Philly. I was at this the number one rock station in city, and I was about to to host a video music show on UHF. We all remember you. So I was going to do on Friday nights an hour, long video music show that would be simulcast by my station than they music director. And I was already doing, you know, on an air shift, six days a week plus music director, and I just didn't even stop doing that. That seventy nine nineteen eighty. I moved to New York and within I was working at at PL j. at the number one station in New York and hating it just because we. Weren't playing anything cool that I really wanted to play. And I got the call about MTV like a friend of mine from Philly called said, we know this guy's a producer and they're doing this thing with twenty four hour, good music channel. And I had seen them as music director in Philly. When record companies would bring in if like Duran, Duran particular when I remember that they brought planet earth videos from planet earth girls on film particular, and that's what they used them foreign in Britain was they used them for top of the pops, a lot of times bands, the couldn't make a performance. They would have video and that's what they would show. And that's why in the beginning of MTV, you know, we had like three videos just rotated over and over..
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"MTV Jay Mark Goodman, one of the original five VJ's to introduce MTV to the world in nineteen eighty one in August, pretty much thirty seven years ago. It's hard to believe, but Mark members, some of the videos gene are did for MTV back when MTV still played. Music videos, Marcus. Also talking all about the launch of MTV. It debuted August first nineteen Eighty-one. Well, like I said, thirty seven years ago, you'll discover where and how they got the videos that started the channel. There wasn't a lot of rock videos back then how Mark got the job and what it was like in those early days of MTV he remembers his audition his first day on the air. And the reason why he and Alan hunter still fight about being the first MTV VJ to the state who is the actual, I will find out Marcellus talk of his favorite interviews from his days there like the time he sat down with Paul McCartney his first conversation with Madonna hanging out and partying with David Lee Roth and van Halen. He's also talking with interviews. He did not get to do like the time. Martha Quinn got to talk to Bob Dylan instead of him. He's still mad about that. So original NTV j. turned Sirius XM radio host, Mark Goodman coming up also coming up. The next leg of Judas rising tour in the United States. We're starting up again tomorrow with Adelaide is way stone broken in the. For tomorrow in Birmingham tonight sold out in Atlanta Friday night, August twenty, four th we're sold out tonight. Birmingham tomorrow, Saturday, Sunday, Huntsville, Alabama, sidetracked, music hall. And then we go to Clarksville Tennessee and O'Connor's on the twenty ninth Springfield, Illinois at the Bank of Springfield center on August. Thirtieth my wife's birthday and August thirty first in Little Rock, Arkansas at the revolution. Music room don't forget about September. First in aftershock in Miriam get Kansas Kansas City. And then of course, taste of Madison on October. Second lot more dates after that, we're going all the way to.
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"Very gordy motown rockwell's motown so very gordy son rockwell is yeah cutting out a bunch of kids right because another one's out there yeah right yeah red fool isn't it that's right yeah that's right from the f a o l a fao remember how big they were part right here i mean old asset the size of the herbie hancock them for night the herbie hancock video from mtv they had those mannequin legs running back and i'm like well that's weird twelve or three that's different quite get what they're going for right here but all right i like the song did man shot out to i gotta give this fun fact i guess mtv fun fact first of all did y'all know that bt came out before mtv i didn't know no one in the world knew that i didn't know that they said it was a year before mtv mtv was bigger obviously so we forgot that soft launch from bt it will solve this all right so whisper shout out to david bowie i just read this that one day during the interview and this member early mtv or i mean it let's just say that they didn't respect all the ice cream flavors yeah the mtv's early history is not terribly diverse no and all and michael jackson was the only dude thank you and so before michael jackson even so they had rick james prints all these guys out big time michael jackson's of course others and none of them got airplay before thriller so here's the thing david bowie they said this is what really started internally he's doing the interview he's use time david bone mtv mtv so they just go up to him like a normal interview.
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"Times or based on actual paranormal police files and i collected those from law enforcement and firemen and mtv's and told some very interesting and scary stories so that's that's where i'm at today that you had what was one of your first that you will just never forget haunted house what happened in who died in there.
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"Gentlemen oh from his jens mtv's rally show from jeez suggestions that's where we got introduce terrific who has an mtv tattoo on his neck if i'm recalling the right riffraff and yeah it was actually a great show it was hosted against said two seasons i must have washington thousand eight two thousand nine and yeah it was great okay anyway this ele camilla completely out of the photo that's amazing as they should have so should we get into this episode or should we have more is the stuff i guess in your life maybe i won't go back the first two seconds were the only time i was upset during this episode because herb set for batteries ends because going into this re them trying to recast like the energy and excitement of the deliberation of who just goes out totally blew that for me like the suspense from last week's episode did not carry over to me for the beginning of this one non and advertising it's always the major point that is quite annoying because again this took what two minutes at the top of the show this clip that at the end it with like cg and car a b o wall bull shobin because we're gonna come right back and we're going to crush goals boom ended up so that's all they need to do and then he would a good momentum moving into this week the best thing about ct the only good thing about ct going to their attention has for me is the clip of him saying i'm going to come back and rip your heads off your old school setha yeah no surprise this here i was it did pay off so good on you and everyone who expected that it did pissed me off when jordan's like this is the shot i don't wanna miss an opportunity i'm like we've watched you missed opportunity after opportunity when you're doing the doublecross so let's not act like this is your first taste of power were you surprised seven balls power of anyone them if our season.
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"There's more rules out ear there are no fucking rules in new york a gino who you know from their last gig like you all you want to do this thing on friday is done i i told a ton of people there like how'd you get a star in the business i was like i would say like my first 10 jobs after working at vh one in mtv networks all came from connections i had from working at mtv and and i think there's like the the silver lining to mtv not being a a great place to work forever in like a staff position here because because of that you get to know so you've worked on so many shows you have so many people that are like shit i need a writer let's get goals you know what i mean like why are so many people that you've worked with that of now deaths disseminated around mtv and broader where it's like how many people that i started with working production now work at like the most like so some of my best week ever people that i shared cubes with one works for the dallas cowboys one works in boston and film they like all like they're every scatter and cause there are all people were driven but it's not necessarily a job you can keep forever especially if you switch to writer that's a different story i'd evidently you fell into a rut of my like whatever job i was on would be like winding down and i'd be in the lodge and i'd run into and selling they black hey what are you doing what are what are you that next time like nothing believe he went to write this britney spears clip showing a big share yeah right and like never increase my rate never because it was just like friends i was like yeah i'll work for six more weeks whatever and then well that's the other thing that i am tv do because there's and that freelance lifestyle where it's like.
"mtv" Discussed on High and Mighty
"Every the shit you're doing and maybe it's a problem with empty be now is it's like sort of what you did on the last king so it's igf i'm very good at this well i got i just got into this whole like i love dill i loved awards shows and live tv and stuff like right out of the gate i wrote like five woody awards which was mtv use award show donald is one of those are in the identity i did that one year pearson and i was like the bruce vallance of the woodies by that time five i did like five new year's shows which will get into a because i have fun jersey shore while letting of those are the jobs that are as the fun ones at mtv because it's like this sixweek gig or five we get at leeds until one jail and it's lively so you don't have to do when you're when you're coming up in mtv you want like one of you want to job that starts and ends at a good time so you can get on another one or you want one that's like like i got on i remember my first job first interned on i love the 90s part due sovietlike bhddh why i was at sixteen 33 i worked at vh one then i went to arm then i went to shit celebrity diet secrets was my first job transcribing interviews with moby mel c and some soap opera they really dug deep on celebrity diet seek for one at one episode than i did top twenty music videos or two thousand four which was like a standard vh one bad now barely failure what who is the hosts are nouad.