36 Burst results for "Producer"

Fresh update on "producer" discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

01:13 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "producer" discussed on Filmspotting

"Of course like to talk about creative people here on film spotting, but for people like us, Josh, who are not very creative, certainly when it comes to actually needing to do any kind of design work. That's when we turn to platforms like canva pro. A platform that empowers you to create and share stunning content in just a few clicks. This is really what makes canvas so special and so easy. You can choose from thousands of professionally made templates. Those are then all easy to customize with simple drag and drop features or you can start from scratch. There are endless premium fonts, photos, videos, and more elements that can give the personality and style that you're trying to achieve and for shows like us, Josh, we can add up to four teammates with canva pro for just 1299 a month and save time planning, creating and posting anywhere we need these graphics, whether it's our website or on social media. I've used canva pro, a number of times over the years. It is my go to platform anytime. We need some graphic help. That's something we don't have on staff. We have an amazing producer in Sam an amazing PA in cat, but graphic design is one of those talents that eludes all of us and yet is so important to everything you see in digital media these days and that's why.

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Jussie Smollett's defense attorney says he is a “real victim” of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago in January 2019

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Jussie Smollett's defense attorney says he is a “real victim” of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago in January 2019

"Opening opening arguments arguments have have been been heard heard in in the the Jesse Jesse select select case case prosecutors prosecutors have have told told Chicago Chicago jury jury jussie jussie Smollett Smollett had had gotten gotten some some hate hate mail mail but but the the producers producers on on the the hit hit show show empire empire did did not not take take it it as as seriously seriously as as he he wanted wanted them them to to so so they they say say he he concocted concocted a a stage stage beat beat down down and and listing listing the the help help of of a a pair pair of of brothers brothers who who work work with with them them on on the the show show special special prosecutor prosecutor Dan Dan Webb Webb telling telling the the jury jury in in opening opening statements statements reporting reporting the the fake fake hate hate crime crime became became a a real real crime crime in in part part because because Chicago Chicago police police spent spent about about three three thousand thousand hours hours on on the the investigation investigation for for their their part part the the defense defense insists insists that that smoke smoke was was a a real real victim victim of of a a real real crime crime defense defense attorney attorney named named Nate Nate Luce Luce telling telling the the jury jury that that the the brothers brothers a a tax tax bill bill that that because because they they didn't didn't like like him him and and that that there there was was a a third third attack attack or or involved involved I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Calls for Reverse of Joe Biden's Travel Ban

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 3 d ago

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa Calls for Reverse of Joe Biden's Travel Ban

"At the Cyril ramaphosa Have you ever heard of Cyril ramaphosa mister producer How about mister coal screener He's very busy While he's the prisoner of South Africa today and he's ticked off Joe Biden picked 8 African countries 8 African country A black country is essentially To put a travel man out there and is no doubt I didn't hear anything Every talk show host in America On TV and raiders pointed that out to you Now if Joe Biden were Donald Trump you know that they'd be calling him a racist and here's the thing Joe Biden actually has a racist history That's right he was a segregationist He threw in with the too Mississippi former plantation honors He likes to talk about Charlottesville Charlottesville is nothing to do with race when it came to tromp All I know the lib media the Democrats their little websites get all worked up about it but the fact is the president did not support the clan or neo Nazis None of them It's a horrible death that took place there as well But here he is Cut 13 go We call upon these countries that have imposed travel bans On our country and our other southern African sister countries To immediately and urgently reverse their decisions Now these restrictions are completely unjustified And unfairly discriminate against our country and our southern African sister

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Anthony Fauci Tells George Stephanopoulos to 'Prepare for the Worst' Despite Mild Symptoms

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 3 d ago

Anthony Fauci Tells George Stephanopoulos to 'Prepare for the Worst' Despite Mild Symptoms

"Now with this in mind and Fauci knows nothing Now it's absolutely nothing He's on every Sunday show Harriet get Fauci my God the ratings are down We gotta hyper Kanaan everybody Come on Come on Let's go So here he is Tony Fauci on ABC's this week with weak stephanopoulos 8 cut a go Like to be seeing more lockdowns again new lockdowns more mandates Why does he jump to this How about what do you know when did you know it and what can you tell us No no no Should we expect to be seeing more lockdowns again new lockdowns more mandates Yes yes more tyranny More totalitarianism Yes This is your media today Corrupt as hell Just corrupt narcissists ego maniacal egomaniacs and what does Fauci say go You know I don't know George It's really too early to say we just really need to as I've said so often prepare for the worst and it may not be that we're going to have to go the route that people are saying We don't know a lot about this virus So we want to prepare as best as we can but it may turn out that this preparation although important may not necessarily push us to the next level What is the preparation exactly What's the preparation What do you want us to do What do you want to get vaccinated Well they just said Half the people who got it in South Africa under 40 and were not vaccinated Do you know what that means mister producer Can't the people were

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South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 3 d ago

South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'

"Meanwhile I'm looking at this This is from Reuters Not particularly reputable but nonetheless Reuters Johannesburg that would be South Africa A South African Doctor Who was one of the first to suspect a different coronavirus strain among patients said yesterday that the symptoms are different from the dominant delta variant and are very mild Very mild They're very mild Now designated Akron by the World Health Organization the variant was detected and announced by South Africa's National Institute of communicable diseases On November 25th from samples taken from a Labrador editorial from November 14th in November 16 The doctor said a patient on November 18 reported at her clinic being extremely fatigued for two days with body aches and a headache Symptoms at that stage were very much related to normal viral infection and because we haven't seen COVID-19 for the past 8 to ten weeks We decided to test she said adding that the patient and his family turned out to be positive The same day more patients came up with similar symptoms which was when she realized there was something else going on since then she sent two to three patients a day How many patients does Doctor Fauci see mister producer None I don't see any I'm too busy I'm mister science I defend science

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Joe Biden Prepares to Cripple Oil Industry Further With New Fees

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 3 d ago

Joe Biden Prepares to Cripple Oil Industry Further With New Fees

"Sabotage and betrayal Maybe I should have kept that to myself Maybe that's my next book mister producer Buying the increased U.S. oil lease fees 50% while accusing big oil of anti competitive activities This is breitbart but it's all over the news because that's what they're planning on doing Oil leases they would increase them 50% If your communist China fascistic Russia islamo Nazi Tehran or the inbred in North Korea you are cheering Or the inbreds who run Saudi Arabia you're a cheering You can't believe you're good luck That the American Marxist in the United States have a mouthpiece in the Oval Office And throughout his administration where they're literally going to further cripple the American fossil fuel industry they're going to further cripple the American fossil fuel industry While the price of gasoline natural gas oil all petroleum products are going through the roof While inflation is not only going through the roof it's going to get worse and it's going to last longer

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The Hunter Biden Laptop Story: If It's Not in the News, It Didn't Happen

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | Last week

The Hunter Biden Laptop Story: If It's Not in the News, It Didn't Happen

"Of course, there was a big cover up back in, I guess it was October, so when all of this was discovered that Joe, the Hunter Biden laptop and the New York Post was about the only newspaper that was covering it until they were told like Matt, not now. You can't cover that. And from the last interview you had when and was with you and mcilhenny, there are co producer and your wife, you had said to her when early on when you guys, I guess we're dating and you were journalists together. You said to her and I have actually used this quote and I've given it a credit to you. You said if it's not in the news, it didn't happen. And that's exactly what happened with the Hunter Biden laptop. They said, not newsworthy, so nobody in America or around the world will know that this actually is real. Yeah, you know, yeah, you know, show you how old I am. I said, I was not in the paper. It didn't happen. And so yeah, they decided to cover this up. They decided to suppress this, not even cover it up surprise. You know, we can't verify the laptop. Well, you've got New York Times. You could 1200 reporters actually, you know, there are emails with 6 people copied on them. Go and ask the other 5 people, then you get the did you send this email. And you know, one of them will confirm it. And if all of them refused to deny it, but then you know it's true, right? You can say, nobody, you know, and no one denying that this was a genuine email. Find out, I mean, they spend so much time and energy working out of Michael Cole and ever went to Prague. I mean, you can find out Joe Biden was in surplus or Hunter Biden was in certain places at certain times. And then you can find out people who emailed and where they were. And you can find out the time that he was there. I mean, these are not difficult things you can send him a list of questions. And he can refuse to answer them. And you can say that. And if he's by the way, it's very easy to prove that you weren't somewhere or you didn't send an email. You know, was there any spelling mistakes and emails, were there anybody named wrongly was the most over some email addresses? If these are fake, how do they get the email addresses? This could collapse in a minute if you put any investigative power behind it. But the problem was they wouldn't collapse. In fact, the more they investigated the more it would be verified.

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John James of 'Dynasty' Fame Stars as President Biden in Biopic ‘My Son Hunter’

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | Last week

John James of 'Dynasty' Fame Stars as President Biden in Biopic ‘My Son Hunter’

"I am getting back to this fascinating interview with fela MacDonald. He's one of the producers of my son hunter, my son hunter dot com is where you go to get more information on the film. It is about the Hunter Biden laptop and the unfortunate disclosures that we find out from mister young mister Biden himself. You know what I like? And again, welcome back. I love the fact that you've got John James of dynasty playing Joe Biden. I like to call him uncle Joe. Some people call him President Biden. But because when I looked at John James, I looked him up recently because he's an older gentleman, of course, he's the right age, but he actually does look a little like Joe Biden. Yeah. And where do you see what we did with him with makeup and the wonderful Serbian makeup artists? I mean, he grew into the role. It was amazing. He just became Joe Biden over the course of making the movie. Even to the extent of walking into a glass door on his way into a restaurant on the weekend when we were making a movie. He said it was his greatest piece of mathematics ever. Yeah, he walked into a glass door and spent Saturday evening in the Serbian ER room. Not a great place to be actually any E or R on a Saturday night anywhere in the world is not a good place to be Serbia. It's got its own challenges. So you just need a few stitches, but that he was taking the Joe Biden the stumbling bumbling Joe Biden rule so seriously walking through a glass door. So that was not part of the movie. That's one of those outtakes, right? Yes. Yes, very much. And he was taken out by the glass door. He was taken out by the glass

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Caller Criticizes Joe Biden for Waging War on the Energy Sector

Mark Levin

01:17 min | Last week

Caller Criticizes Joe Biden for Waging War on the Energy Sector

"Now on the head actually you just had everyone saying that inflation inflation in that last caller who called your name it was like nails on a chalkboard People started realizing that the Democratic Party and I don't even just mean big slate the economic literacy of their golden base And the masses of this price inflation is doing a monitoring inflation when you constantly pump money into the economy and increase the money supply you obviously artificially surge in demand And as a result prices increase And it's just like no one talks about this And another thing with the Biden doesn't control gas prices slogan when the president of the United States gets on a podium and wages of war on the energy industry our energy sector producers are going to hold back Nobody knows what to do They can't really invest because they don't know what the next move is this administration is going to be So yeah the president has a major role in what's going on right now and also not to mention you touched on earlier about canceling the pipeline and the leasing on federal lands in Alaska and so on and so forth Yep this guy is waging a war on anything that they're just terrible Joseph you're absolutely right and by the way I'll add to it but first I'll say thank you for the call and the

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Hugh Hewitt Hates to Lose to Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | Last week

Hugh Hewitt Hates to Lose to Mike Gallagher

"Because when he hates to lose to me, let me give you a share with you a dirty little secret. He always does. He always does. He loses to me in every category. I mean, every category, every one of these I mean, audience size revenue, donor campaigns, he always. He's usually second. But he's second. He's never first. Once in a while, he gets a victory and then he gloats about it for months because it's so big. It's such a big deal to him to beat me. Let me share with you what he said. Again, I didn't start this, and I'm not always comfortable. I see Tracy shaking her head. We're a little nervous here about this because I don't want to hurt Hughes feelings. I do want to hurt his producers feelings 'cause he's a jerk. But Hugh Hughes a nice guy. Generalissimo. He's a lost cause. But Hugh, I like you. Don't always agree with him, but I like it. He doesn't like it when I pick on him. But then he always starts it. For example, here's what he said on his show this morning with the angel tree campaign. All of you can participate in angel trade. And dozens and dozens of you stepped up this week. Now Gallagher, God love him. Gallagher gets to operate when the phone center is open. And so he's just lapped me in the first week. First two days his lap me. I've raised tens of thousands and he's raised double that by asking his audit. Now, my audience is bigger and they like me more than Mike, but Mike has got that phone call center running, and I'm done, dark. People have to use the Internet with me. So please go to Hugo at dot com. Don't let Gallagher get too far ahead of me. I'll close in the end. I'll find some big donors to close in

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NYC Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote in Local Elections Threatens Federal Election Fraud

Mark Levin

01:17 min | Last week

NYC Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote in Local Elections Threatens Federal Election Fraud

"New York city New York City lawmakers are poised to allow more than 800,000 This is New York Times New Yorkers who are green card holders or have the legal right to work in the United States to vote in municipal elections and for local ballot initiatives What they're trying to say there is these are non citizens who will be able to vote In municipal elections for local ballot initiatives Now considering how poorly that city is run by the cameo and the other cameos in that city How do you think they're going to prevent these people from voting in federal elections and state elections mister producer They're not They're not This is a massive ruse This city councils like the it could be a city council in Havana It could be the sitting council in Moscow That's how creepy radical extremists these tools are The bill is known as our city our vote Would make New York City the largest municipality in the country to allow non citizens to vote in local

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Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Is Deplorable

Mark Levin

01:18 min | Last week

Waukesha Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Is Deplorable

"What would joy read do with this mister producer What would MSNBC in the racists and the bigots and the professors they bring on more racism because what would they say about this When you have an African American driver and all white victims who died See this is the danger of the media matters mediaite these other operations This is the danger of the American media What Brooks has in common with the three people who Kyle rittenhouse shot they're all felons With long felonious records That's what they have in common Victims Victims I wish to notify these are predators And the media and the Democrat party embrace the predators They have no problem with the predators They have a problem with you You say you're deplorable They would never call Darrell Brooks deplorable Would they Now they wouldn't Or the three felons who were shot by Kyle rittenhouse they would never call them deplorable Now would

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Democrats Would Rather Pass 'Build Back Better' Bill Than Retain Power

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last week

Democrats Would Rather Pass 'Build Back Better' Bill Than Retain Power

"Now the build back better act has been the bill that you've probably heard bits and pieces discussed for the last couple of weeks and months. The build back better act is one of the largest spending bills an American history. The build back better act is so important to the current Democrat regime that they have decided to make the following bargain. They would rather lose power. And get this bill passed. Their poll numbers are historically low. The popularity for Democrats hasn't been this low in 30 or 40 years. Yet the question that is frustrating and confusing and confounding. So many normal Americans is why don't they care? You see I've had that same question. We've wrestled with that together here on this program. And then this morning I got up, and I asked our team, producer Connor and producer Andrew Andrew did a great job feeling yesterday. I said, what's actually in this bill? Send me the details. Send me the information. And as I got to actually reading, what is in this bill? I have now come to the realization. As to why Pelosi and Schumer are comfortable, satisfied and content with losing power if this bill goes into

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Dissecting NBC's Statement on MSNBC Producer Allegedly Following Rittenhouse Jury

Mark Levin

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Dissecting NBC's Statement on MSNBC Producer Allegedly Following Rittenhouse Jury

"Now on NBC spokesman released a statement Let's put that up on the screen right now It says last night a freelancer received a traffic citation While the traffic violation took place near the jury van The freelancer let's stop right there Isn't that a little coincidental mister And that traffic violation was he went through a red light following the jury van Oh I see But don't wait where ladies and gentlemen he never took me interviews he never took any photographs sounds to me he never had a chance And how do they know NBC that he was a freelancer A freelancer for whom News groups Higher freelancers Just a freelancer freelancing NBC seems to know about the freelancer They seem to know from their perspective what the freelancer was not doing Look he just happened to be behind the bus with the jurors in There happened to go through a red light Happened to receive a traffic side citation And while he writes he says while the traffic violation took place near the jury van the freelancer never contacted or intended to contact the jury during deliberations And never photographed or intended to photograph them He's in the car Why would he photograph the bus If you're following the boss you wait for it to stop and then you pull the trigger on the when the camera right mister perdue you start taking your pictures You're going to take a picture of the back of the bus for whom was this freelancer working A traffic citation going through a red light Simultaneous with the jury bus Passing Does that make sense to you

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Judge Schroeder Bans MSNBC From Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Judge Schroeder Bans MSNBC From Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"But here is judge Schroeder explaining why he has had to ban MSNBC and NBC from the courthouse And this would be the same MSNBC and NBC who behave themselves and follow the edicts of the genocidal communist enemy that is China So they don't lose the exclusive television broadcast rights in the United States for the communist Chinese Olympics They fall in line just like LeBron James and the corrupt NBA and all the rest of them Cut three go Last evening A person who identified himself as James G Morrison And who claimed that he was a producer with NBC News And played for MSNBC And under the supervision of a person what's going on Oh okay Under the supervision of someone named Irene bion in New York For MSNBC the police when they stopped him because he was following in a distance of a black and went through a red light pulled him over and inquired of him what was going on in the gave that information And stated that he had been instructed by miss ion In New York to follow the jury bus

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Lawyer Jenna Ellis on the Role and Responsibility of a Prosecutor

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:45 min | 2 weeks ago

Lawyer Jenna Ellis on the Role and Responsibility of a Prosecutor

"Gentlemen, welcome back to the Eric metaxas show. I am Alton sadar, one of two producers of the show, and I'm sitting in for Eric today. And of course, my guest is the lovely Jenna Ellis and it looks like she's somewhere in Italy, I think I mentioned before. But then she straightened me out and told me this whole wonderful story about Disney World. So back to Jenna Ellis at Disney World. It's always great to have the background of the Disney Rivera. I mean, what a wonderful way to wake up and be here in Florida. I mean, my hair is definitely much more curly in Florida than it is anywhere else, but that's the only thing that you have to deal with. That's happened to me too, I curly her hair when I'm in full you feel me, yep, totally. So we were talking about the cow written house trial. And so we might as well continue on with that strain of thought. Yeah, so we're still at this point we mentioned we are recording this show. So as of now, the verdict has not been reached. But I also want to talk about just generally, the role in responsibility of a prosecutor because what I found really fascinating Alban about this case was how the prosecution clearly lost control of the trial. They were not expecting the witnesses that they called to testify actually in really in defense of Kyle's self defense affirmative defense here. And so I think that even though the prosecution sometimes, I don't know how much background they did, how much they prepared for this trial, but it seemed that they were frustrated with their own witnesses. Yeah, it seemed like they were surprised that they actually told the truth on the story. Right, which, you know, which is really unfortunate for a prosecutor because let's remember that in our adversarial system when it comes to criminal justice. This is not let's say me suing you Alban. And so, you know, I have an interest. You have an interest. And we both have private counsel in court. That's not what happens in the criminal justice courtroom. What happens is that the state is prosecuting Kyle rittenhouse. And so the state has to continue on with the interests of justice and do whatsoever justice requires. That's actually the higher calling and the ethical role in responsibility of a prosecutor. And so here, when the prosecutor is basically making a lot of these arguments trying to justify and make these alleged victims into angelic figures, the prosecutor to me went over the line between advocating just for justice going where the facts lead making the best case that he can to actually becoming defense counsel for the alleged victims. And that's where I think he watched

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'Rust' script supervisor files lawsuit against Alec Baldwin, film producers

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 weeks ago

'Rust' script supervisor files lawsuit against Alec Baldwin, film producers

"The second lawsuit has been filed in connection with the fatal shooting on the set of rust last month this lawsuit is filed by script supervisor Mamie Mitchell who is right there with Alec Baldwin and others when that fatal shot was fired she says that with repairing to film a scene in which ballroom was holding a gun then an explosion deafening loud gunshot I was stunned her attorney Gloria Allred says this was more than just a mere accident Mister Baldwin chose to play Russian roulette when he fired a gun without

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Ben Ferguson: Okay, Let's Stop Talking About Replacing Kamala Harris

Mark Levin

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Ben Ferguson: Okay, Let's Stop Talking About Replacing Kamala Harris

"Everybody please stop talking I beg of you about replacing Kamala Harris okay Can we all stop Anothers apparently talk on Capitol Hill about the mechanics of a confirmation hearing to fill the VP vacancy because Kamala Harrison theories no diving approval numbers and there's all these reports of strain relationship between Biden and Harris Number one I know that's not true You wanna win 'cause Joe Biden couldn't remember long enough what happened yesterday if he's actually doesn't like Kamala Harris I'm not even sure he knows Kamala Harris to the vice president Okay but stop talking about this please Okay please Please I beg of you Stop it She is the greatest gift to the Republican Party right now You want to keep her We need her so badly to stay the vice president If I could start a GoFundMe page to keep her in office I would Like we want her to not get kicked out okay So next time a pollster calls you don't say hey Kamala Harris say you love her Okay let's let's just fake them out You get called tell me your Democrat Tell him you think Kamala Harris is better than Joe Biden Because she is the gift that keeps on giving every time she cackles another Republican gets elected It's like the Christmas holiday movie where the bell rings and the angel gets her wings come on this producer help me out here

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 Film crew union narrowly approves contract with producers

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Film crew union narrowly approves contract with producers

"There's a labor agreement in Hollywood that will keep productions going forward stagehands cinematographers costume makers and so on it is hard to make a movie or TV show without crew members like that and because of the vote by members on a tentative contract Hollywood will not have to worry about that members of a union that represents about a hundred and fifty thousand people who do those jobs narrowly voted to ratify deals with Hollywood producers the pact that was approved by the rank and file of the international alliance of theatrical and stage employees solidifies a three year deal that was reached in October just before a strike deadline as the deadline approached ninety eight percent of workers gave the union authority to strike if a deal wasn't reached I'm

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"producer" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"producer" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"It to us. Good is he gives us max norman. In a classic zone. I would absolutely be a first day buyer for an ozzy record with maximum producing. I would be. I would love to hear that. Oh yeah that's a great idea in. Actually the ordinary man record kind of grew on me over time i i. It's not i. I think people were kind of blowing that one out of proportion for how bad it well. Yeah the the the the low lights are low but there were some decent songs on that record. I thought i don't know if you stand up is collection. I think its way towards the bottom for sure. I liked it better than some of the other more. Modern releases put out. Yeah i thought it was more interesting than some of the gus g material it had its moments and it had some good songs but it also had elton john and post malone. I liked that. He took a few more chances..

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"producer" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

03:07 min | 2 months ago

"producer" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"But when i think about could it have been better with a different producer. I'm gonna say would have In nineteen eighty else. Cooper kind of started what was known as the blackout era and Put out flush the fashion produced by roy. Thomas baker who was kinda hot on the heels of working with queen the cars and kinda. Had you know this kind of thin pop ish. You know style of doing albums and he definitely brought that to this one. And i think it was an intentional decision for alice to pick him as the producer of this because he wanted to compete with punk new wave which yes. That was the ethos of that of those genres was to basically strip everything down to nothing. And i do love songs on this record. Don't get me wrong. I think pain and clones like two of the best songs ever did sure. Rim facts is an awesome song Even like model citizen yes. Aspirin damages goofiest fuck. But i love it but it's a it's a great record so don't get me wrong about that. This is an album where i wish bob. Azran was still on board and would have brought his production value to this album because he knew how to beef up guitars. And and make cordell passages more powerful and and there's enough dramatic stuff on here on this album too especially with. Could you imagine bob. As producing pain sounded really cool. And i i just think it's It's one of those. Things weren't hindsight. I'd like to hear what would have done with it for the time it came out. It's it's perfect for what it is. Because he was trying to do that. Whole new wave. Punkish thing but to me. I'd love to hear bob azran. Remix this record himself and kind of beef up everything and do a modern version of it. That's pretty interesting. Because i think the blackout era around here amongst us is kind of revered. We like those albums from that weird period of alice cooper's career and when we originally talked about doing this i actually pick ten and didn't realize we're picking five and i did have alice cooper on there and but instead of that one i went with special forces but same thing i wanted to come back and do special forces because i kind of like flush the fashion the way it is. You know i like that. That's what he was going for. And i think they were able to achieve it because clones is. You know that's a weird album but it's not by far it's not the worst album of the blackout era. And i think i think special forces is one of the worst things alice cooper. Ever come out with so. I think that's the one bob israel comes back and fixes but i don't necessarily disagree with yours either because i think in that blackout era as we seen because i think the last thing bob done with them was what. Welcome to my nightmare. No wa- was it lace and whiskey whiskey right..

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"producer" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

05:23 min | 4 months ago

"producer" Discussed on Trill MBA Show - For Black Women Surviving Corporate America

"And your company. That is what managing means improve lease. Please please please please ladies. We have to get out of the mindset that our good work will speak for itself. It won't your work doesn't talk you do so. Your work cannot speak for you. And i know that's counter intuitive to what we've been told year in and year out and from our parents and grandparents and all that stuff just wear card baby just we're called no yes work hard but you have to speak in ways that get your work noticed and you do that by managing up and yes the burden is on you to find ways to communicate with your manager now when we come back from the break we're gonna talk about. What type of manager do you have how to identify this person by how they operate so stay tuned. We'll be right back. We're hey listen so we talked about in the first segment. Why managing up is important so important to you important to your health importance here career and it's on you to do got it check now. What kind of manager do you have. So listen there's this great. Hp article that breaks down nine different types of managers. And it is important for you to understand. Again i will be linking all of this in the show notes. It behooves you to go and read all this stuff and you will find tips for each one of these managers. So i'm not gonna break this all down if you want me to help you figure out your specific strategy you know you can always hit me up. Ask a ba dot com and email me or go to truly dot com slash. Coaching schedule..

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"producer" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on Uncommon

"I know both Jason PJ very involved in creation. I know you guys took it will be ideating on whatever fucking thing that is going on in the show during week or whatever, but I guess from Lawrence perspective. She was really intrigued to see how long View your role and how that permeates over a weekly or monthly basis. Like, you know, you said before about having these principles. So the shows about honesty and two good mates having a laugh essentially. So you got those two things going on and you know principally that the show has to align with that and you know after a show during a week or whatever you'd probably cover and say geez that show missed the Mark or it didn't or whatever. Well, hopefully we don't get to that point cuz hopefully we're honest enough to go after that first shitshow you have time to turn the car around and get back on track. You know what I mean? And that's where the honesty comes that I think if we were three shows in and we were having should chose to make the week shit them then we failed on that first role of being honest with each other. Yeah, and but I think you guys already do that. Anyway, I think it's pretty obvious based on the interviews with had that that is just part of your process on a daily or weekly bath. Says but how are you thinking about the longevity of the program and the team because so right now Lawrence got an audio producer and that's that's it. She got like an associate producer and over the next year meaning covid-19. All and this is not me kissing their ass. So if they go back and listen to this, they think I'm amazing but they're all really great at what they do in the particular things that they do, you know that I will get less them off veggie boy is is an incredible Imaging producer an audio engineer and he's got an amazing ability to turn things around really quickly and and he knows the show.

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"producer" Discussed on Vamily Show

Vamily Show

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on Vamily Show

"The audio from that edited edited out May sound better and he could make a podcast out of his morning show. and. I know a lot of youtubers ages take their feet Just you know pull on video rip out the audio cleaned up and then put it out on her as a podcast because. It's just a different medium for people to listen to your contact right in a lot of people listen to podcasts their car. You know right now our cars driving work, but they won't be getting soon that you know people just like that. They listen to podcasts like the listened to radio. So it's just another way to get your stuff off their. Finale out all morning shows back in the day right And I know I asked you for fifteen minutes in the fifteen minutes is up. So I do appreciate you being here off my pleasure Bob. Hopefully. We can do this again in the future and. And maybe I'll see you when I come through New Orleans there. Yeah please do. Make sure. We'll definitely balk for adult beverage Bob. Banking. there. Thank you. So there is David the producer I hope you guys enjoyed his show Please please go in. And check them out. Over there. say hello to all you guys I haven't for fifteen minutes so. Low construction crony. Thank.

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"producer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on KCRW

"From producer and D J T K C R W sponsors include Netflix, presenting the Crown now nominated for 13 Emmys, including outstanding drama series lead actress Olivia Colman, supporting actress Helena Bonham Carter and writing Peter Morgan. Ah, a little bit of a struggle. If you're trying to make your way out of L, a county into Orange County right now, South bound five before Asia right? Two lanes taken away due to erect their ongoing Sigler in Pasadena. This is on the south won 10 coming away from the 2 10 All in. Shut down there because of police activity. Sunny and warm today. Highs in the seventies to mid eighties of beaches upto 100 in the basin. Up to 109 in the valleys could be even warmer tomorrow. Support friend PR comes from the school foundation, announcing the 2020 school social entrepreneurs leveraging the power of the collective to address pressing global problems. The awards Khun be viewed as a S K o l l. Got a Warg and from the CMC Foundation working to improve postsecondary educational outcomes for underserved students through evidence based innovation. Learn more E C. M c foundation dot org's It's 8 46 It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Not for the first time, The Trump administration is rolling back and Obama era environmental regulation. This one is aimed.

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"producer" Discussed on The MC Nel Podcast

The MC Nel Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on The MC Nel Podcast

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"producer" Discussed on The MC Nel Podcast

The MC Nel Podcast

50:49 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on The MC Nel Podcast

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"producer" Discussed on The MC Nel Podcast

The MC Nel Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on The MC Nel Podcast

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"producer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Our technical producer joins us with his first installment of what's happening regionally yep the five AM addition calling good morning so this is coming out of the Tahoe daily Tribune so potential wildfire danger and public outcry has led incline village to begin work on a no smoking policy for incline beaches so this would include vaping smoking tobacco and marijuana okay no more lighten up on the beach that could because they're worried about fire yes I'm only a couple in public outcry so I was gonna say people want to be around almost no yeah okay thank you very much appreciate it hope does not have coded nineteen apparently well that's good to know yeah so was there a concern that he did there was a concern so he has cancel a bunch of events he's been seen coughing in public blowing his nose that kind of thing and the Vatican hasn't said a lot but they've been canceling a lot of his offensive people were wondering what the big outbreak in Italy does the pope have coronavirus their newspaper came out today and said the pope was tested and tested negative for the disease but he has been kept away from the public because you have now have like two thousand cases in Italy a death toll of fifty two and the pope has part of his long missing so he recently performed a service apparently and coughed yeah he was and you know we're very concerned right that's how I heard that I didn't know that corona virus and he would fit into you know he's older he's eighty three and he would fit into that segment of the population that is most at risk or something like that because he he had some childhood disease and part of his lung was removed so he has a a couple of underlying issues they definitely want to keep him healthy so I since we left the program yesterday morning people to judge and then any club which are not only drop out but then endorse Joe Biden and I must like it was an accident but what are the chances this is planned don't you want to know who's pulling the strings all this is so coordinated it's very interesting had Beto and Amy and Pete all drop out by the way so he dropped out of wild island or seven oh five featured audio clip Leon Panetta you member Leon Panetta I do yes he's one of the senior guys in the Democrat party right he he's a guy who calls the shots wait till what you hear what he says at seven five all Bernie Sanders okay think there's piling on going on yeah better believe it well yep we'll see what's going to happen today it is super Tuesday here in California and we have four hundred fifteen delegates up for grabs right and we have a live report on the whole thing coming up in three minutes Sanders.

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"producer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Producer Harvey Weinstein has been hospitalized as a precaution after being convicted of sex crimes correspondent bridging grasses guilty verdict bringing redemption for the two women at the heart of this case and likely for dozens of others who accused Harvey Weinstein of unwanted sexual acts over decades the disgraced movie mogul handcuffed and led out of the New York City courtroom after a jury convicted him on to sex crime charges it's a busy week for Congress the house votes this week on a measure to make lynching a federal hate crime also on the agenda is a bill to ban the manufacturing and sale of flavored tobacco in the Senate members will take largely symbolic votes on two anti abortion bills one would ban late term abortions except in cases of medical peril for the mother the other bill would penalize doctors who do not provide adequate care to babies who survive abortions the votes are largely symbolic because they are not expected to reach the sixty vote hurdle required to proceed they come as the conservative political action conference holds its annual gathering starting Wednesday Linda Kenyon Washington investors around the globe are nervous as a number of coronavirus cases now top seventy nine thousand this is a classic selloff in financial markets it was triggered by emerging markets particularly in Asia who are exposed to the downturn of China this spread to the commodity markets like oil with a drop of four and a half and five percent and even to Europe after seeing the cases from Iran to Italy that was perhaps the most shocking sell off of the day John the Farias Riyadh on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell one thousand thirty two points the S. and P. five hundred dropped one hundred twelve points the nasdaq fell three hundred fifty five points that's declines of three and a half percent for all three indexes I'm in case do you have concerns about mild memory loss related to aging and have you thought about taking a supplement to.

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"producer" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

Blackout Podcast

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"She has a director on a film called hopeless romantic and we were kind of always been friends for awhile and I thought she did a really good job. As a as a director on films are interested in working with her which is important and then she pitched me to ideas. There's no script and I said not. That idea that idea. I like that idea right talk and then she wrote it in like a month and we talked about it and that was night blooms and from there. I said okay. Yeah you know what I WANNA do this. Let's get some paperwork done or whatever and so me and Jason We. We Really WanNa do this. And we worked for a long time on that script with Stephanie. With outside a script editors so that was the creative development processes a lot of work on that script. Because I I the the pitcher gave me to what we actually end up shooting all very different with the general the general theme in mind and from there like having a good script is fine but you have to get financing. And that's what I do. What what we do as producers and so we pitch telephone telephone really liked. The idea really liked Stephanie. Really liked Jason and I want to support all of us and so they came on board and then we were like what are we gonNA do? We need to you know in my mind is like we need to package this films. A packet film means like bringing cast to it. And so we worked with Stephanie. A lot on casting We sent a casting call across the country looking for our star. We finally found young lady. That was great named Jessica Clement. Who LIVED IN TORONTO? Chanel is here and then we also through Stephanie. Connected WITH THIS ACTOR NICK. Stahl who had been in a lot as a kid in the bedroom and like bullying and things like that and she knew him personally and she said what. Do you think nick would begin? This movie Justin rivals like fucking awesome. This movie so he wished to neck in here the script he was like. Oh Yeah like a love this character and so he got in so we're a packaging. This film. That movie happened really quick. It went from realistically I would say that work. I feel like she pitched me in like November by January. She had a script by okay. We went to telefilm. I think in April of some year two thousand seventeen maybe twenty eighteen. What's yours twenty. Twenty right now. Two thousand eighteen went to telephone this spring with that script that I had read in January so very quickly they liked it. They financed us and then the following spring. We made the movie and so we spent a lot of time from that point on kind of coming up with the also the plan of how we're GONNA shoot this film. Stephanie was very particular about how shot the film and so we did. A lot of planning ambassadors injured question. What happens between script and making the film a you have to finance it. Of course be after work on the on the creative but see the plan we planned forever was a set in the nineties with very little money and we wanted to shoot it without any film lights. That was super important to Stephanie. So I think a film I came out like twice in the movie otherwise it was just like a lamp or whatever. It was a lot a lot of planning. Rtp is this great guy. Paul mccurdy who Is like a bit of a genius and he stowed sit there and he'll be like. I can only shoot in this room from one PM until three. Pm OUR AD would pour heroin say what only two hours in that room every day and we would have the plan the film out to do that that way. And so if you don't have money to have time time so I don't think everyone's different but that's I think what happens from almost every film from this. When you decide you'RE GONNA make it too when you make it as like you've got worked at creative raise the financing and plan the shit out of it and How many days did you have on night blooms? We shot for twenty or twenty one days twenties on that film shot already shot one day of pickups and then we're talking about potentially shooting a few more pickups so in the end it could be like twenty three days but the pickup days are pretty jealous like we shoot for a couple of hours and And so it's not like a full data. Production by twenty days of like real production did lead to come into the city or if we do any pickups the for the first pick ups we we did were with no actors. Have some background in mostly just like we shot the film in Spring and we want it to be shooting in summer but we couldn't because of how busy it was and so the film was pretty Dreary and we want to add some summer moments to it so in the summer we sent a team to go shoot some summer stuff to put together Shots of trees being green playing shirtless. Or whatever you know and the new pickups we'd shoot would involve actors with the flight we would have to fly or two stars in okay and we shouldn't a real scene and so you say bs that and you've been working on of what are some of the things on your sleep now. Yeah so I'm I'm working with This local filmmaker called Jason Buxton. Who DID BLACKBIRD on his next film called Sharp Corner So we're working with people in Toronto as partners and they will actually that people in Toronto brought us on As partners locally and so were were less oh developing that and more and also less. Oh financing that. What we're doing coming up with a plan. So the Guy Toronto's financing and developing with with Jason. We weigh in a little bit. But really it's Jason's baby. And then we Jason La Manji and I are coming up with a plan to do this movie into very involved movie. It's doesn't have a very large budget and like require a lot of planning so that's one film we're working with L. A. Producer on what we call service production so production is literally where you only do the planning part and even then maybe a little bit less of that? Come in you make the relief for them. You got a paycheck and they leave so we're working on that We're also writing Against we're going away in February for a week to do some writing on not one hundred and sixty page but the next hundred sixty grab a different a different one. Okay completely The product that I took to CFC to develop and having a win touched it since so we're really excited to sit down and do some radical. Be Though we're producing. We've always had these aspirations to write our own stuff and so you know trying to find time for that. And what else were couple of TV shows on our slate for sure that we're trying to work on a couple of feature films again that like would say a couple of other feature films that were not the tip of the spear on so People are building that momentum so that then we can come in and do our thing And then also we're both like you know Producing doesn't always pay the bills so also work as a line producer and production manager and some doing some twenty twenty scheming there too you know the TV shows being shot here to work on them. Some doing a lot of that keeps the lights on. Yeah okay I'm going to this one so someone watches like I. WanNa do what you doing at some point right? What are three things? They need to focus Number one I would say it's it's And maybe I won't order these one of the things. I think building a network of people that are in this industry They don't have to just be local. That could be anywhere but I have worked really hard on building a network both here and in Toronto and that turns opportunities and without that network. There'd be no opportunities so I think networking is extremely important going to events meeting people. Outside your bubble again the film festivals. Talking to people going to things like light the Canadian film centre doing things like the programs. Whatever it is networking super important. Another thing that I think. That's super important is I think it's important to work in the industry. I think that you know I always see it as like I've got a career I've got job and my job is production. Management Line producing a my career is producing job could easily be a you know Insurance salesman or or firefighter. Right if it were I feel those career. Opportunities would be much more difficult to to to obtain some really thankful and lucky that turned out in a way that I got to work in the industry and I'm constantly always thinking about it whether I'm working for somebody or working for myself and everything I do on learning something that can help me in my career so whether I go spend the whole summer production managing some TV show without a doubt on a learn. A ton that I can bring to my career as a producer and maybe transit transit special. Tv for example. How do that yet? And I think working in the industry is what's helping me along the way the whole way and a number three. I mean you know whatever it could say hard work and sure but I don't know if that's it I feel like maybe Like working smart like not always. There's a lot of things people do that can be like self sabotaging and A lot of people don't make things because they want to be perfect and then they ended up just never making it and then no one has ever going to pay attention to them or hear them or see them. And that's why I think working smart and getting your stuff out there and I think working smart plays into working hard. You've gotta work hard but you can't just work hard. Working hard to me. Working dumbed me would just be like living in your attic writing your script for ten years and no one ever sees it. You're working hard working smarter working smart as like doing that. And making sure that you also get it out there for people to read and then for me. It's like you know I can wait until that budgets perfect or just get it out so someone can evaluate it or I could spend a long time writing that proposal that email or waiting to pitch somebody until I had more. I had more information but if I had the opportunity to pitch the messages pitch them so it's just things like that. I think it's about like not not setting up. Hurdles are barriers for yourself to jump over but just constantly running as opposed to starting stopping a bunch. Thank you so much on our problem. I know you have superbeets. Maybe after the summer have you come back to talk about? The blackbird? Blackbird was the one that got made it shut corner shop. He so washout kosher. Thank you so much. Thank you this is the blackout podcast. Thanks for listening..

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"producer" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

Blackout Podcast

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"producer" Discussed on Blackout Podcast

"How the blackout podcast? Where I get to talk to amazing. People led to amazing things and today. I'm finally have P because I get the dogs. Mark Dantonio the friend producer. You've done so many things on the mentor. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks for having me loud to be. We've been talking about this for a long time. Ye-ye-yeah like at least fifteen months in his fifties. But then you meet. I think three features in time in fifteen months I would've made Seattle because there was the one to was it to new for minorities sorted Probably when we started talking about this I was doing a film called Spinster. Which we did here with Andrea Dorfman and Nova Scotia And then that fall. I didn't show so like the not the fault. We just have the fall before that I did a feature in Newfoundland with this guy called Justin. Okey called a fire Nicole Season. And then just the last spring that feature here locally With Stephanie Kloten Berg called Night Bloom. So yeah it's been busy. Yeah so I mean I understand why you can comb so rewind the bay all stuff like Hadid begin to fema. We always wanted to do this. I mean how I was wanted to do this. I feel like since I was a kid. Male voice film. I'm not a film nerd at all. I didn't go to film school like I don't know anything about You know French new wave. That's not my thing by definitely grew up loving film and TV like raised by media. And I went to. I think I always like I used to do these things where which is funny because that's really what producing is. I used to do. These things go on long car rides with my parents. We go to New York every year for the holidays and being car for fifteen hours times too often just have a pad of paper and I would write down. A movie idea. Wouldn't write a movie right on a movie idea maybe a title Maybe like where it shot in the genre and then I would write down the actors. I'd want to be in this movie. Oh that's all I would do. I wouldn't do anything further than that Which is funny now. I look back on that and I'm like it's kind of what I do now. I don't really do any heavy lifting. Just sit back and say oh. It'd be cool to have that actor in this movie. It would be clinic a movie about this and other people do it not so much but like that stops my. That's my goal at least started doing that. And then university in high school. I started doing short films. just do a class Called Film and video with Daniel Ullman local Retired English teacher and we would myself girlfriend at the time we were like pretty into it. Most people in the class didn't really take. It seriously was a bird course but we took a really really really seriously and I was the editor and right now I wouldn't I wouldn't push a button for anything in my life Jeremiah. New feels made during up here. I really don't I really don't they? Were they were? They're pretty crappy but et and I would stay there forever and then I started. I used to play football and then I was the guy who had editing software. And I would edit people's all-star wheels and that they could go to university or whatever I would just take all the footage of them together put some music on it and then they would show two coaches and then that's the end of me ever pushing a button then Vegas video. Oh my God I'm system and everything out of my house. It was budget. It was bad but it seemed kind of professional at the time to me. It was movie. Which is what we used in school and so then I just kind of forgot about it went to university going to be a lawyer or something like that. I did a history degree and then when I got to college. I you know when traveling I was working crappy jobs and then all of a sudden a good friend of mine whose dad who works in television just called me today. You know. There's a job at this. Tv Show and making coffee making copies driving around interested. And I was doing a really shitty job at the time and so I said yeah absolutely totally interested so I did this. Production as assistant job on a show called. Canada's Super Speller In two thousand eight the show was a spelling bee like a national spelling bee. It went on for eight months. Really Long Job supermarine here. Now facts with it was a Halifax film show previous studio. Jacks and so previous now is wild brain and so that show was my first job in the industry. I was a practicing assistant. I really enjoyed it. Andrew People I worked with I learnt a lot and I remember someone asking me One of my bosses asking me select people ask this of all the time. What are you interested? Do you want to be in camera? Do You WanNa be unsound. Do you want to be a director and writer and say no I want to be a producer the okay? We'll keep working in the office. That's a good spot to be. And so I saw the people working above me who I wanted to ask them questions and much like you do and just be like really precocious like Hey. I WanNa know how you do this like how to do this. We can give advice because I want to be. You want to be you someday. Last kept doing that. Tv shows and I remember. I was trying to make a documentary. I wasn't really trying. I thought I had a good idea for a documentary about mental health and I was researching it and didn't have a lot of things to do most researching it and I remember looking into how you get money to do that. I went to at the time it was a film no Scotia and they operated or it might have been called something else before they're operating an equity fund for films they would for film and TV. And I looked at the application and the guidelines and all the things you have done to qualify to get that money all the boxes to tick and I decided to set about and try and take some of those boxes because I realized pretty quickly away. I'm not ready for this money. That's not how this works. I need to work for a while. And one of the boxes said if no previous TV shows produced or features produced must have at least produced either Nova Scotia Bridge Award which was a short film award. They used to give out through film Nova Scotia or an film five and so at that point. I looked like what's after I've noticed. That is literally didn't know anything and I googled off coupe and realized that the film five already been selected. So it's too late but that was a Prussian management workshop dot weekend so I went to that paid like forty five bucks. Whatever was one to that workshop. Met a couple of friends who had gotten in the program Mark purdy and Joel Mackenzie and they. We just hit it. Off and audio production manager you could help out the other show dot pornos on a new show called money jungle which was puppet show so as a proxy system still and then I ended up managing their short film and kind of learning what that pro and I really dug into and it wasn't just like they're in the day spent months with these guys like really doing everything being basically being the physical production person so that they could concentrate co writers. I wanted to concentrate on writing at a really good experience in the next year. I applied for my own phone. Five with Jason La Banji. Who's today my business partner? Yeah and that was funny about. I wrote Martha Cooley. And just said Hey. I want producer phone five directors or writers. Like I've been writing some things but I don't know directors and I'm not going to be the director and she said you should meet Jason La Vanja. I think he will get along a coffee and we did get along at from there. We he had an idea for a short film and we co wrote it together and then he he he directed and produced it and it was you know. I don't think either of US would ever show to anybody ever again. But we learned a lot and we also like began to grow together as he'd been doing this for a long time before that too he'd been working. He's like a few years older than me and he always wanted to be in film and he's the kind of guy who want to film school and is a film nerd and does not do as and all that stuff and so he had been working for a while and so we I learned a lot from him too and we decided after a bit I was still working in the industry has moved up from being a PA to being like it went from being a CPA mentorship with Thom Fitzgerald's company. And I was there for a year for two years there for a year. And then we're GONNA go film called cloudburst. Does that thing is only like six months. Oh so they just kept you on. Yeah what happened was did the mentorship. And then we're supposed to get a camera on his movie cloudburst and then they're gonNA start paying me on that as a production system or something or something but movie fell apart the first time you tried to make it which was really interesting experience for me. As a now producer to watch I'll happen because it was soul crushing for them and very difficult fell apart and then he kind of kept me on and someone else the lady who had my My first production mentor. This lady faced Alexan- she was the coordinator on Can Super Speller. And she had sort of told me. I should go do a mentorship with Tom so she was working to and so the two of US stayed on for an entire year in can help them get that movie. Backup also help them. Produce a play. I need help them produce. I didn't produce anything. I just ran around but he proves to play version of of a theatrical version of the film and I was still there working and then dot next summer we made the movie and that was my first time on a movie and it was the assistant production coordinator. So it's in the office and I move and it was a good movie to learn on because it was a decent size and those interesting there was like some Stars in it people coming to Oscar winning actresses who came to be end and so that was kind of fun to watch like them get cast and then have them come to Halifax and and works as a Olympia. Dukakis and Brenda quicker and then from there I got a job as locations manager right away because of the film five I did as when you produce a phone ended up being the location. Manager yourself right. You don't hire people like that so I was doing that on my phone. And I had gotten the location from a seasoned location manager who gave me the location as a friend Sean Clark and so I think he and the producer mentor watched me deal with a very difficult situation on the shoot allison any names but it was just like the location owner nuts on us and I had to deal with it and it was hard to deal with but I dealt with it well and so Shawn Doyle who was Our producer mentor at the time. As a good for a good pal of mine. He saw me deal with that. I think this guy can do that job. Actually and he was production. Managing a movie called Roller Town With picnic face that my now business partners and friends Jay Don Bill. Niven were producing. But I didn't know them at the time at all and they asked me to be the the location manager and I came in. I said I don't really know what this job is. Let's talk about it a bit and they told me about it and I said I think I can do that but I need. I did this much money. And they said paying that much well listen. I don't WanNa do this job unless that much money. 'cause I know from talking to people. This is a hard job. They're like okay fine. You can have that you can have that much money. And it wasn't that much money but at the time it was a lot for me. Location managing that show Got To know Jay Don Bill Niven really well who are like I said Now business partners and really good friends and Do that shows a lot of fun to shovelled a lot of garbage and I was also a location manager and then that turned into I went to I went to New York and I thought it was going to transition my career in the US. 'cause I'm a dual citizen and I was like oh I'm going to go to New York and doing doing here down there and I'm gonNA work forever and be big big success. I was also applying to film school in New York. That didn't work out but I went down there. I applaud to film school. I was living there for five or six months and had I think one two days onset the entire time I was down there so I didn't six months had didn't work essentially Produced a short film down there with some people can crazy short film. That was really stupid at some guy. Self-financed really weird situation but it was kind of fun and then halfway through that Jay doll wrote me and said we're doing the TV show with Dick face and we think you should come back and be the locations manager on it. And I said how much money and he told me. Okay sure and I came back because I had worked in forever and I was a spending every dollar I've ever made in my life On nothing in the Oregon just kind of being an idiot so I came back as point. Also Jason Elam Engineer. We're talking a lot. We decided we want to start a production company so twenty eleven so I came back to location manage.

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"producer" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"producer" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"The story about how he worked with a producer that was really mean to you and that he witnessed the producer tell you that you would never be fixed up on the broadcasting industry he actually your story to tell it in that anything is possible and that you should never give up on your dream because the frying did it so can you really wait so did he hear me tell the story he was there he was there yeah I was there when I was but I was berated by producer yeah front of people well I want to hear his story yeah I and I want to start a either went on a call the class that anything is possible because that Brian did it so can you know and it actually resonated with me and really motivated me to remember that anything is possible and to this day I've actually been able to accomplish every dream that I my mind keeping that are in the back of my head that's some will die listen I'm glad I'm glad yes your he's right because I have zero talents of anybody could be doing something like that you you have a talent probably now what is the professor's name I unfortunately it was about eight years ago remember amber and it was that long beach city college well I wonder I didn't realize there were other people around when I got when I was told that my so that this guy was just so was so bad file right to me not that your professor but the other guy what do you thank you thank you is awful yeah yeah you can just use that as an example that anything is possible and it was so inspiring and listening to you guys every morning as an inspiring and I've always wanted to tell you that story well eight years later yeah Matt and thank you so much I appreciate it so what are you doing for work now what are your dreams even pursued back in another route and I'm a project manager in an I. T. department I didn't go to film route my neighbor able I have read directed my goals and I was able to accomplish that yeah okay well thank you so much we appreciate you calling good luck trying to take care bye bye she was someone else was there I want to know more of this no I want to track down the professor yeah cause maybe is a better version of the story that I did have a what do you remember you know I was actually there are five there were two people acts that did this to Pat me in tears one was a TV producer and one was a general manager of a radio station which kicked me he gets upset with me too long able to host the whole thing is like you'll need you need you need me and you'll never work okay are I just but I believe them you know when your people say they like you're right and I'm in tears yeah thank have you been in tears at your job twice for me expert more than twice but twice that I remember now yeah absolutely many I tried yesterday have you been here is because of what management is said to you of management said to you in my intern days yes because I had a really mean PD she was not nice towards me I love that now tears tears I tears yes when I was really young in tears and I was not in like late twenties whom I think here is hi other tears but not tears of like vile vile behavior tears Tanya I'm my ears can fill up the LA river you can.

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"producer" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"producer" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"For our producer dom is you go yeah C. thank you guys for allowing your little we hear Hey you guys he said whether we don't value the most show more than happy thanksgiving ya three I right the money yes No right always she's a the only thing I know three I.

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"producer" Discussed on WeHeardWhat?!

WeHeardWhat?!

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"producer" Discussed on WeHeardWhat?!

"So from the people that I've talked to and kind of what has come through my reporting. I think part of it is what I kinda touched on before. Which is that. No, one was totally sure that it was going to fail like maybe the day before, you know. But even the people that were trying to whistle blow didn't wanna put their names on the record because we're billions extremely legis and he was sending out season desists as the festival was imploding. It was like midnight on the island and his lawyers were still sending these out trying to the damage, and no one people, I think people are rightly afraid that if the did try to stop this thing from happening. The Billy would blame them for the collapse instead of taking responsibility himself. So I think a lot of people were frightened into silence or tried to leak and the nobody listened. I mean, this is a non Twitter account, and this anonymous website, laid out everything totally did it just wasn't spread Fazzani. Listen nocco. Yeah. Well, it was mostly Cassandra kind of situation ever because they were the only voice like the fire people weren't responding to attend dis. They hadn't had there. They were which showed that they? They had fuck. Jerry media, literally deleting blocking that were saying negative things about the festival, and then saying to respond to this customer service, Email that didn't even this slash. There was no one on the other to respond to it. So a lot of people asked about fuck juries of involvement in this in, you know, obviously, they helped create the documentary, right? They still with you. And why do you think like their responsibility as as far as you know, they created the whole concept behind the social buzz that went into it. And then when they knew that it was gonna fail to still didn't do anything about. I think they have it over the past to the Instagram at a certain point and. Yeah. So again, this is just based on my reporting you hear like lovey cover my ass and let you know stuff I reported, you know, I was I was an executive producer on the film that I think one of the things that a lot of the public has completed and I certainly didn't understand this until I started working on it is that a producer director play different roles. So. I was invited to give notes into watch, you know, cuts of it and to check and do kind of journalistic work on it. But I wasn't allowed to say. Like, what could be an owner? What couldn't but you were in it also? Yeah. But I had no editorial control for my appearance, which is a terrifying thing to do you go. Thank you, just if you're very smart, and like very like to the facts, that's all I was going. Yes. So you know, I shot that. And they they showed me what parts of it. They're going to use. But I didn't have any right to say. No. So fuck Gerry was in the same position as as a producer on the documentary given that credit because they had a lot of information and a lot of footage. And you know, you you give credits exchange for for having good. But they never had editorial control Christmas director editor we're like the final word on everything that come through the net flicks. As comedy to Netflix suggest to the film maker ABI and all that stuff or no. So this started out as vice and Christmas production. He has a production company library films did Jimmy knee last year with base. So they like a working relationship. Vice owning the story digitally, and then we were talking about making it into documentary. They put me on Chris in the room he shot and initial interview with me kind of built it out with footage..

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"producer" Discussed on The Critical Path

The Critical Path

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"producer" Discussed on The Critical Path

"Producer that that creates the raw, you know, the beef patties in the in the in the freeze dried fries in all those things are also made in factory settings that are that are distributed to some degree not as much as the stores, but then the distribution of the the the inputs that go into burger those those are also standardized globally. So what you end up with his light. You have a pipeline. You have you have into the pipeline. You you put in some raw materials, but you also you you replicate this pipeline everywhere. And then you decide centrally how to adjust the the recipes in to adjust the menu. So that you can pump out the same stuff global. So it's a it's a manufacturing business and the distribution business and what you're offering is for the franchisees. You're offering basically you can plug into this. Enter this pipeline for for an operate. The the local outlets that that take the output from this pipe in and give them to the consumer. And so this is very very sophisticated when you look at it on the grand scale, and you realize what happened in the restaurant business to enable this this broad distribution of of of consistency across the world in terms of food production, which was a revelation. I'm sure probably fifty sixty years ago. This was finally perfected. It was. It was a breakthrough that enabled again tens of thousands of of restaurants globally. It's not just McDonalds, but everybody else replicated this process now, I same thing. And we have to stand as as a process what it is I ki- as again manufacturing of typically, you know, furniture, some woods some glass to some plastics and those are made probably with contractors, but they're also made in a consistent manner. Her the the also have to have a high degree of precision. Because these these things have to screw together. Very very very precisely. I haven't example, though, they don't always pretty good pretty good in my opinion. I haven't example, I once I bought something from the same store, but there were multiple the nightstand or something like that. And when I opened it up like one was made in Poland and the other one he's always identical was made in Thailand. And or maybe I forget, maybe it was somewhere else in the in south southeast Asia was, but it was like a you couldn't tell them apart. They they had designed for the the the I kid zainur in presumably in Sweden, the they are sitting there, you know, trying to figure out. Okay. What would what the what tools that we need to cut this wood than drilling than all these things to it? And and then, you know, get those get that done. Globally, and then have those shift back throughout the globe in all directions? Having them be so consistent. So both was I the I can't McDonald's do exactly the same ways as managed consistency at scale. And so so even though it's a distributed network. Things are done globally sourced, globally, the operations are global. So that the store in in here in Palo Altos gonna be more or less the same as store in a motorcycle Spain L or or or Helsinki Finland. Right. And that's okay. So we kinda really got off the off the apple threat. But but in in many ways when when you look at these two franchises make Alden in I ki-, you people aren't saying there might be some differences in. Yes, I do know for example, difficult by Kim to operate in. Let's say Russia or maybe in the. Middle east. I don't know depending on on the country that, but usually it's a permit process that they they are unwilling to let's say situate the locations in the they have to have some location decision making about you know, the land has to be cheap. But it has to be kind of within reach of a city..

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