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Mike and Fox's Jesse Watters Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:53 min | Last week

Mike and Fox's Jesse Watters Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane

"Guy for a long time back to fox news channel days which feels like about two lifetimes ago and i took umbrage at the daily beast claiming jesse waters has the most punishable face in america. Now that that was an outrage. Until i've seen jesse now that face on tv every morning noon and night on fox news for the last couple of weeks. I've never seen anybody on. Tv more than you are these days my friend i only found. She is on tv where than jetty waters. He might be a little funnier than you. And you're a funny guy. Got a lot to catch up on in fact jesse. Let's start here of course fox news channel host. He hosts waters world every saturday night at eight. Pm he's one of the co host of the five and his new book is called. How i saved the world reading about. The book is so funny. I can't wait to read the book because the description is hysterical. Somebody asked me yesterday about the years that i spent as a fox news channel contributor and i said you know after doing it i just i don't want i didn't wanna do tv anymore. It's a weird thing. I'm that i'm like greg. Gut fells unicorn one of those rare breeds. That doesn't want to be on tv yet. You know talk about what that feels like because you know what it's like people there are people around us. Maybe you. you'd run over your own beloved mother to get a few minutes of airtime on on the boob tube. You know what i mean for your audience. Who doesn't realize i was a production assistant and i would call mike gallagher and catch them on the cell. The book for the factor. I would get a gallagher of car service and call the studio so mike gallagher could have makeup and get mike gallagher onto the studio in time so he can talk to the

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"production assistant" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

04:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"production assistant" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Am an is interesting. And then they rolled out at any between nineteen amazing resolve. Integrations where your framework drive just shows up as a hard drive in your media pool in resolve and you can just start cutting from it and it all sinks up and it makes dailies are like laura's proxies automatic it's just like slick hell and those integrations came way earlier to other software than they did to adobe so i think at least partially will be interesting to see because you know publicly saying we remain committed to all four major editing platforms including media composer. But it's going to be really interesting. I think we're gonna see new stuff. Roll out premier. I only is my guess. Yeah probably i mean i mean. That's not like a big assumption to make emery actually hopped into our on our facebook and was commenting on the on the actual article post saying a lot of that. Same stuff like we're not giving up on you know the da vinci Integrations all that sort of stuff. So i mean that's that's promising. Mean if he's saying it. I feel like that's gotta be true but i i definitely know. That's the biggest criticism of the deal. Probably and a lot of people. A lot of people have certain feelings about adobe right. now it's i. I just really kind of going back to what you're saying. They they definitely seem to be opening up to more different integrations things. Outside of the creative cloud like you know they just recently invested in blender and created a couple of add ons for blender and things like that. So it's kind of a maybe. They're kind of making more of play to become a little bit more accessible other in other pieces of software and things. I don't know. I kind kinda generally hills. I know my frustration with adobe but like what are other sort of frustrations with adobe 'cause like for me. It's been like i gave up my god subscription this year which and honestly it wasn't even like a particular thing that was annoying me about adobe realized everything i was still doing a premier. I can just do an resolve so i became resolve only in the last year or so if if it weren't for all of the after effects tie ins like And dynamic link comps and stuff. Like that i would have made the switch. I've every edit. I've done for the better part of a year. Now i tell myself. Okay this is the last one. I particularly for premier. And i think that i i have always loved premier..

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Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go

"Well, the rocks pages podcast. This is Mark Pringle with me is my colleague Jessica Murison Bowie I'm mark and in third zoom window is very, very special guest Vicki Wickham Hi Vicki Hi both. The keys perched on her. New York, city this is eight o'clock in the evening London Time I've had my first Jones Hannukah Day and we'll be hearing sirens all of that sort of New York City soundscape. So for those who don't know I mean is legendary carrot tourneys business over the years I think as I say, produce on the fantastic pioneering pop TV series, ready steady go subsequently manager of La Belle, and in many ways, a CO create of La Belle was an artist and a friend and manager of Dusty Springfield and subsequently of the likes of Morrissey. Marr and Vicky tell us about how you got into pop music and as a professional activity totally by default. I would inland I was working. I had several jobs and I had one job that I really liked which I was working for radio BBC like entertainment it was cold. And My job was a production assistant and the writer, my producer, my boss Charles Chilton wrote these wonderful one hour specials. Flooding Allen or the moment or the songs from the First World War and so we have. Autism singers, musicians, actors, etc, etc etc and my job is to put all together. And I learned a lot needs to say but I I was thinking that it conciliates should be doing television radio and I don't quite know why but left thinking everybody would want me nobody walked in. One Luckily one of my really good friends Carolina with Carter was seeing somebody at associated rediffussion. Sunday could Elkin Allen. Let detail who set don't have it at the moment but. A secretarial job will come up. No I don't want to be the secretary. So he was great. He's lectured me and said, you want to be anything. You can just get your foot in the door and about a week later called me up and said come in. For you sat me down and said yes, your secretary but I promise you anyways cut a long story short. He had this idea for music show cooled ready steady go and by the time we will put together. The pilots can get at I was producing it. Did I know anything about pop music for? Thing but no did anybody else. So the show was picked up and luckily a couple of other young people we were young came in and we started working on a program could ready steady go at elk was mabus he left us alone. Yeah just great. It's it's amazing I mean ready steady go is so different from anything that come before it. Really I mean I suppose some the Jack Goods shows sort of pointed in direction to some extent but then you had a lot of really stiff stock not much pop music television full stop did you feel that what you're doing with revolutionary from very early point? At all we we just going out to you know as as you would our age going to clubs seeing people listening to Radio Caroline talking to people, and you know suddenly became very obvious that we could have these people on the show that when we went to see the rolling stones when we love Brian Jones who had the best hair in the will We could say come on the show and they did it was on the sleep. It was just gut reaction and knock I. Mean did anything to see any of this? No. Fantastic. I mean also. Undid you love always love music yourself. Personally was was all be something which is always chime to you because ready steady go was fantastic. Inner suspect it really focused free. Key American black music I didn't even know about black music I was. Gilbert and Sullivan. And South Pacific I knew nothing as we started ready steady. Very. Few black axe or autism in England. So inevitably, booking although the white exit cetera and the Springfield we became friends and dusty would play me these great blue soul rb records and that's when I fell in love with them and suddenly when we have these people own and literally would call agents and say other coming over, we could use the. and S Luckily, the show became big enough that it was worth people bringing them over because they knew they would be on the

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Pikmin 3 Deluxe and Our Nintendo Backlogs

Nintendo Voice Chat

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Pikmin 3 Deluxe and Our Nintendo Backlogs

"My Name Is Casey Fritos I'm your host, and this week I am joined by Brian Tahoe. Hi Everyone Seth macy. And Logan. Plants. And I just wanted to mention that Logan Plant has now been working as production assistant for the last year. So thank you so much for everything that you've done for us. We super appreciate it and we welcome you on the show this week. It's been an awesome year of NBC. Got This GIG last August starting my senior year of College McMahon. Twenty. It's GONNA be year. It's going to be the best year for me. At prediction was was very untrue, but I've loved working on NBC. Well, we did get to do a thing that we do everybody who's worked with gene for year, which is broken your house in spray painted the logo on your shirt. So yeah. Yeah, got. Bad. It's still drying right here. Comfortable. I Apologize. But Hey guys so much for joining me this week. Let's start off by talking about the big news, which actually Nintendo finally decided to reveal something before recorded. So I'm very grateful for that thanking Intendo, but we finally known antennas next scheduled release. It will be picked three deluxe out on Astra with. For Fifty, nine, ninety, nine. No. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So You Brian, we're your pigment fan I look pick. Yeah, you. excited. Yeah, yes. Yes. Yes. I, am I'm all for. Every last great. We you exclusive game to no longer be that and to be brought to a platform where millions more people can enjoy it. And I've picked threes really fun. It's really good game. What I'm a little annoyed about with this is that. They. D listed the version. Basically, the exact moment that they announced this version and the version was on was selling for twenty dollars. So. That's kind of A. Weird situation. 'cause like. They're. They're basically telling their fans like if. If you have access to switch, this is where you'll have to play this game because you won't be able to get this anywhere else for cheaper. And also that the it's it's three times the price. Now, they're adding stuff to it, which obviously, we'll get into a, but yet my gut reaction was gay pigment three, and then also boo to the price of then also, you're totally going to pay that price, get pigment three under switch. So yeah, you're totally right. The an I also wanted to mention that we're bringing up the kind of skis tactic of taking it off the we shop. You. Guys noticed that all of the the vouchers that people bought I think it was, it was one hundred dollars for for two vouchers, one voucher per game, and they expired on July thirty first, which is right. Before they made this announcement I know at least one person in our podcast forums on facebook mentioned that they actually called Nintendo customer service and asked for the. Vouchers to get an extension and they granted him the extension by another year. It is now too late to do that. Ari. Or maybe not maybe if you have expired vouchers sitting around, you can call customer service and have them I'm so sorry, Nintendo customer service workers. You guys get a flux of collars because of this, but hey, it's worth a shot right especially if you haven't used them yet. But that was kind of embarrassed about this whole thing to like you mentioned, the vouchers are to one hundred bucks, which means if you buy, you know sixty bucks a sixty dollar game you're saving. Ten Bucks per game, which is a great deal. But you. They stopped selling them like a year ago. Yesterday, basically, two days ago, and with the expiration, you could put them towards stuff that was available for preorder. But because Pittman three wasn't available for preorder. You couldn't put it towards that Nintendo has been pretty quiet about. Announcing Twenty Twenty lineup arrested twenty twenty WANNA and so. You didn't really have anywhere to put that money and then. They retire those vouchers in three days. Later, there were like Pittman three and so A. Libertarian Carriers I. Wish I'd have panned out a little bit better. Yeah not crazy about I will. I would have been more forgiving if they announced it like the day, the vouchers expired because then at least people would be like I, have to spend it on this. Now, I mean, it still would have been a little bit questionable, but not nearly as various as this was i. don't Know Logan Seth? Did you guys by those doctors? No, I. Didn't I thought. It was I would just spend the extra ten bucks. I'm not really a digital player I mostly get physical stuff, but I thought another weird thing about it is like a third of the Games. You could get with voucher dollars. You weren't even saving anything on a bunch of the options. So that was another kind of weird part about the voucher system. I was just never onboard with the whole thing. You. No I didn't buy the batches. I. Actually Forgot

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Top 5 Films of 2020 (So Far) / Inception (Nolan

Filmspotting

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Top 5 Films of 2020 (So Far) / Inception (Nolan

"Welcome to film spotting another week another delay Josh for ten at the latest from Christopher Nolan that film now scheduled for an August twelfth release. It means I guess we can space out these final. Few films are Nolan. A little bit more. Yeah, I suppose it gives us that, but still sad news I mean obviously for both of us for most people one of the most anticipated movies of the year just to keep see it getting pushed back. Yeah, and you have to wonder whether or not August twelfth is realistic with Covid. Nineteen cases spiking all over the country. Nolan's inception, which celebrates its tenth anniversary. This year is as of this recording Josh still scheduled to return to theaters, tenants original slot on July seventeenth. So you have Nolan doing basically what we did. When the pandemic he went to his archive for content, sure and we, we went back to movies. We've for the most part already talked about here on the show. These films do comprise Nolan retrospective what we're calling the Uber Review and it continues with the inception this week. Our podcast listeners. Listeners will hear some listener feedback from our recent Spielberg show, we did a forty fifth anniversary. Sacred Cow Review of jaws, and we power ranked the five decades. Spielberg's directing career just a few weeks ago, before taking a quick break, that was a fun show Josh. And surprisingly we only got a few angry emails about your daring to play Spielberg's nineties output in your last slot number five. Yeah, well sometimes when you're faced with the truth Adam, there's not much more you can say. Yeah I did have at four, so I'm not sure that I'm shielded from all that hatred, either we will get to all that later in the show, but first adamant. I have seen a fair number of new releases this year. Just you know at Home Hey Adam and Josh. This is your former production assistant. Andy Mitchell with a recommendation for your best film of two thousand so far. That film is Sam failures disclosure. Documentary about. Nothing less than the history of cinema and television through the Lens of the transgender community, it may look like a typical activists film, but it plays more like the story of film series that Markelle cousins did a few years ago weaves together clips. From from the silent era today with fascinating reactions from dozens of trans artists. I'm telling you I did not expect to come away from this. Thinking a daytime talk show like Jerry. Springer might have actually been helpful in some way, so check it out. It's streaming now on net flicks. I, hope you give it a watch. Thanks for the show here's hoping for a better back half of twenty twenty, always nice to hear from our former PA Andy Mitchell and a great recommendation there. I know we've both been rushing over the past week to fit in some movies that we hadn't caught up with yet this year. I did make time for disclosure after Andy's recommendation and even though it didn't. Didn't make my top five. I'm with Andy highly recommend the film and he mentioned it almost playing more like a story of film series. I think that's what's so remarkable about the documentary is if Sam Feder had come to me for any advice on how to approach the subject matter. I might have said if you're GONNA. Try to tell the entire history of. transgender representation in cinema you probably either have to pick that lane or pick the lane of telling these more personal stories of the various performers and artists who are following in the wake of that, and who are now carving out their own identities on screen, and how far we've come talk about that evolution with maybe a little bit of that perspective. Josh of course needed, but it would divide. Divide the documentary too much, and somehow it is this absolutely thorough edifying look at the way. Cinema has typically represented transgender identity, but it also reveals these really amazing personal stories of these artists so definitely recommend disclosure available now Netflix and I suppose with that Josh Let's get into our countdown. It has certainly been an odd year, but we feel like we've seen enough movies and certainly more. Small movies, maybe in terms of the big Hollywood releases. We haven't been able to get out to the theater. That's for sure, but it's really been a boon for video on demand opportunities, and for seeing a lot of movies that would fit into our golden brick type of category I have three potential golden bricks among my top five, so movies made by new. New Directors or new to US director. Is that similar for you? Yeah I think that's what's had the most effect on my left. Compared to previous years, which is a good thing you know we. We do our best to give attention to these smaller films and this strange year without major theatrical releases. We've been able to do even more of that so i. I think this list would probably look a little different If there had been the usual theatrical release date, but I still feel really good about the films that I have on my list, and it's going to be a mix of some. We've talked about even reviewed together on the show Adam and a few a couple that we haven't

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Carmen Rita Wong, author, host, and financial expert

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:05 min | 1 year ago

Carmen Rita Wong, author, host, and financial expert

"Hey everyone. The show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches, the skin is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today we are very excited. Carmen reader Wong joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the founder and CEO of Malakand productions. She's also an author and the former host and Co creator of on the money on CNBC she spent years as a personal finance expert for NBC CBS. And CNN and she's written for publications including Glamour. Latina essence and good housekeeping, and in a very big full circle moment she was also carly's boss. At one point Carmen, we are very excited to talk to you. Welcome your skin from the couch, also good to be with you guys. This is very full circle for me. My very first job right out of college was as a production assistant at CNBC for new show called on the money, and I was there for about two weeks when I think somebody jobs one day, somebody came to me in. They're like you actually your job titles changing. Carmen's personal assistant. Good luck. To check. Back and like go theater sheets, anything for lunch very quickly currently under her wing, and it's amazing that we are still in touch today. I'm so excited to have you here. I'm so excited to be here. Those were the days right. Oh my gosh of you sitting just off the camera when we're on the set. general. I still high. You take all your your hamburger, your water your coffee. I got down hot and it's. Certainly was not divis- at all because it was one of those things where I was working as we'll talk. I'm like jumping ahead like twenty. Our date I mean nonstop seven days a week so carleen literally keeping me alive. We're GONNA get into all of this, but I will say you are one of the hardest working people I have ever known so I. Am very excited to share your story, so we're going to start with the question. We like to ask everybody. Which is Skim your resume? Gone how about this I don't have a resume. Here really I mean not that I don't think I have one. State, but like you've had one at different times you. Working for myself fifteen year whatever many years it was, so I haven't had to pull one together in more than a decade. You become a bio Danielle you did. You did a great introduction in so many things I've been a magazine editor, a TV host and writer and producer and a faculty professor author I'm Working Fifth Book. I'm an investor in women led companies, and I am a board member for some big nonprofits, which I love that work to so all of it. What something that isn't in the bio and we can't Google about you that people should know oh girl. You think I'm GonNa tell you that. Google. Wade Carly anything you know you did not read I think one thing that people like maybe John. Know about us like you're I, mean. Maybe they're hearing now, but you are very funny like you're very good sense of humor, and you're very good under pressure. Thank you yeah I'm freaking rock under pressure, but that doesn't mean I mean. You may not see what's happening inside, but yeah, I'm a goofball can't google at I mean there's some pretty funny pictures of me. Still shots that people take if you google made them. That's the one thing that going forward. It'd be nice to show people more, but as people who do know me like. Carly knows me off camera. Yeah, I'm a goofball. You are all right. We're GONNA get into this. This which if we talk about people's Childhood in? Toss how you grew up, but I think you are very. Guests were like your childhood is really really important to get into and kind of the family dynamic. You grew up with and how that folded over time and you're somebody who learned a lot about your family. As you got older, so I want to let you can share your story. I will just start off by saying you were born in New, York and then West. Those uptown Manhattan. I was I, actually did a story on the moth. Right, which is on the podcast as well a bit about what you alluded to there about finding out only last year that I have no idea who my father is, so that's a whole thing, but I grew up with two fathers. Up with the father named after hoppy Wong, and then I grew up with my stepfather, had a very very strong mother Dominican mother, who emigrated when she was fifteen, and we lived in Uptown Manhattan, and my brother, and my older brother, and I were the walls, but she eventually divorced, and we moved to New Hampshire. And that was a real shock for us a very big culture shock

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Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges, DA Says

Democracy Now! Audio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges, DA Says

"Here in New York Manhattan dredges sentenced former Hollywood producer and convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein to twenty three years in prison in a landmark ruling. The metoo movement after his sentencing Weinstein was taken under armed guard. And bus from the Manhattan courthouse to rikers island jail. He was later transferred to Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital. After complaining of Chest Pains Weinstein was found guilty last month of raping an aspiring actress. Jessica man in a hotel room in two thousand thirteen and if sexually assaulting production Assistant Mimi Halley at his apartment in two thousand six by forcibly performing oral sex on her attorney. Gloria allred read from Haley's victim's impact statement outside the court just after Weinstein sentencing. I have observed an indifference a lack of remorse. A lack of acknowledgment a lack of awareness and self awareness by the defendant throughout this process. That has made me feel anger. That has left me concern that. He is completely disconnected from the gravity of the crime that he committed against me and the impact. It's had I can only hope that whatever sentence the court sees fit is long enough for Harvey Weinstein to acknowledge what he's done and to be truly. Sorry Actress Mira Sorvino Tweeden response. I literally criterias of amazement. Gratitude that the justice system has worked on behalf of all of his victims today unquote meanwhile prosecutors in Los Angeles are working to extradite Weinstein to face further charges of rape and sexual assaults in California

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Weinstein faces sentencing, prison in landmark #MeToo case

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Weinstein faces sentencing, prison in landmark #MeToo case

"Weinstein's maximum sentences twenty nine years in prison the minimum five years for raping an aspiring actress in twenty thirteen and sexually assaulting a TV and film production assistant in two thousand six both women are expected to be in court to give victim impact statements Weinstein will also be allowed to speak he decided not to testify at his trial Weinstein maintains his innocence and contains any sexual activity was consensual the case set off the me too movement many Weinstein accusers say he used his Hollywood prestige to befriend them dangling movie roles to gain their trust a second criminal case is pending in California I'm at Donahue

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Judge orders Harvey Weinstein to jail immediately after sexual assault conviction

Rush Limbaugh

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Judge orders Harvey Weinstein to jail immediately after sexual assault conviction

"Story disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein is in custody and will be sentenced March eleventh after he was found guilty of rape and sexual assault what started with bombshell reports from The New York Times and The New Yorker ended in the conviction of Harvey Weinstein on forcible sex act and rape charges that could put the disgraced film producer in prison for up to twenty five years Weinstein was convicted of forcing oral sex on former production assistant Mimi how late and of raping another woman seven years later Weinstein was common gone from court with the assistance of a Walker was lifted from his chair after the judge ordered him into custody A. B. C.'s

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Harvey Weinstein found guilty in landmark #MeToo moment

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein found guilty in landmark #MeToo moment

"A jury of seven men and five women took five days to find Harvey Weinstein guilty of sexually assaulting production assistant Mimi how lay at his apartment in two thousand six and third degree rape of a woman in twenty thirteen Weinstein was found not guilty on the most serious charge predatory sexual assault Weinstein's lawyer said all sexual contact was consensual Wednesday now faces more charges in Los Angeles he's accused of raping one woman and sexually assaulting another on back to back nights during Oscars week in twenty thirteen I marquees are let off

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"production assistant" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"production assistant" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Criminal sex act resulting production of production assistant at his apartment in two thousand six and third degree rape of a woman in two thousand thirteen however the jury found him not guilty on the most serious charge predatory sexual assault that could have resulted in a life sentence actor jussie Smollett has pleaded not guilty to new charges over what he said was a racist attack on him a year ago in the city prosecutors say he fabricated the attack he's being released on I. bond CTA is hoping it as a solution to bust delays and long boarding lines is WGN's James Sears CTAS testing all door bus boarding on two routes starting in June writers on the busy J. fourteen Jeffery jump and the one in the two university of Chicago hospitals express will be able to begin boarding at the back of the bus that's if those writers have been trained contactless debit or bank cards those who pay cash will still have to board at the front this pilot program runs for six months James Sears WGN news two suspects were arrested after a carjacking turned into a plea east chase and crash on the Dan Ryan expressway and then another carjacking according to police it all happened at thirty fifth and what were the release that's pretty much where things got started the Supreme Court will hear dispute over Philadelphia Catholic agencies that won't place foster children with same sex couples the justices will reveal an appeals court ruling that upheld the city's decision to stop placing the children with the archdiocese of Philadelphia's agency because it would not permit permit to same sex couples the case will not be argued until the fall and president trump and First Lady melania trump received a private tour of the grounds of the Taj Mahal today that's during the president's first trip to India it's a quick trip to India for president trump and the First Lady but they did squeeze in some cultural time the president and Mrs trump made a short visit to the Taj Mahal spending about fifteen minutes inside the grand seventeen century mausoleum and taking in the sights outside posing for pictures during sunset the president told reporters traveling with him that the Taj Mahal was quote very romantic and incredible place is that perhaps some of the news photographers would win awards for their pictures of him in the first lady there Karen Travers A. B. C. news Washington a U. G. and sports Blackhawks and bulls are off big ten play Nebraska is in Champaign to take on Illinois your money on WGN here's o'ryan Samuelson Ameri one of my screens from Wall Street to the puts the one hundred tune the grain market to the livestock market a solid red today Dow Jones industrial average currently down nine hundred forty seven points the S. and P. five hundred down to a hundred and five points the nasdaq is down three hundred forty eight points well there is one Green Line makes the volatility index at the CBOE it's currently up six and a half points turning to the list of Midwest stocks that we checked every day to see how they're performing that screen is all red Abbott labs down two dollars fifty four cents a share Baxter international down to eighty five caterpillar down for seventy one Deere and company down four.

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Deliberating a 2nd day, Weinstein jury revisits '06 account

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Deliberating a 2nd day, Weinstein jury revisits '06 account

"What baseball umpires asked to reconsider a close call on the field the jury in the hobby one steam trial has asked for replay but unlike I'm hires the jury does not have video or even a transcript when the jury asked to rehear testimony of a TV production assistants claimed that the movie producer assaulted her in July two thousand six the judge had to court stenographers take turns reading the attorney's questions and the witness response the panel also asked the judge for detailed explanation of the two charges involving that accuses allegations a mosque worlds Gabriel

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Weinstein trial jury to begin deliberations

Jason and Alexis

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Weinstein trial jury to begin deliberations

"You so this is interesting a Manhattan jury is going to begin to begin deliberating today in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial so it's panel seven men and five women who were on this jury and they heard from six wine Steen accusers and then twenty two other witnesses from the prosecution during this trial it's been going on for three weeks now let's back up to the charges so Harvey Weinstein is facing two counts of predatory sexual assault two counts of rape and one count of criminal sexual act and this is stemming from gosh and I always don't know how to pronounce her name and Alice your eye I believe it is Annabel's your yes we are as I said on the sopranos and then there's also I'm just come man whose hair stylist and then former project runway production assistant at me me high hello how lady you guys I'm so sorry I hate to browse our aims at this time around so now we'll find out what the jury has to say about it experts are saying that the case does suffer from some cracks mainly that the two main victims the hair stylist in the former production assistant on project runway admitted that they had consensual sex with Harvey Weinstein after he allegedly attacked them they also accepted gifts from Harvey Weinstein and sent him affectionate emails and so what's difficult about that is that of course could potentially place reasonable doubt in the minds of the jurors who might be thinking that that behavior isn't in line with the victim you know but it's hard to judge what behavior is in line with the victim right right right it's certainly not unheard of that someone be raped by someone or assaulted by someone but also having gauged in consensual sex with them right that can

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Harvey Weinstein Trial: Accuser’s Ex-Roommate Says She Was Told About Alleged Rape in 2006

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein Trial: Accuser’s Ex-Roommate Says She Was Told About Alleged Rape in 2006

"The Harvey Weinstein trial let's get an update out of New York now with the roommate of an accuser taking the stand the former roommate of me me how late the production assistant that accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault testified on her lays behalf Elizabeth and Tim told the jury that her leg confided in her in two thousand six and said she stood by the door of her bedroom anxiously pacing and then describes an encounter with one scene at his New York apartment engine told her leg that after she recalled the story it sounded like she had been raped and encouraged her to call a lawyer she went on to say who lay was still distraught and didn't want to pursue it the sixty seven year old is charged with sexually assaulting her lay and another woman in twenty

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Lakers vs. Rockets score and highlights

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Lakers vs. Rockets score and highlights

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The Harvey Weinstein Case

Sports Investors Weekly

05:37 min | 1 year ago

The Harvey Weinstein Case

"York the trial is expected to last about two months and will be a high profile media spectacle as many are gonna be interested to see if the fallen entertainment mogul can escape any type of punishment and just as the trial began in New York there were new charges of sexual assault that were leveled against one scene in Los Angeles for a look at the Harvey Weinstein trial we spoke to Eric Gardner is a senior editor at The Hollywood Reporter winds teen is being charged with sexually assaulting two women one of the women is known me me hi my A. she is a production assistant to alleges that she wears assaulted back in two thousand and five the other woman's name is not known and she alleges being raped in two thousand thirteen additionally there will be other witnesses coming in with their own stories of being assaulted by once you know over the years there are about three or four of those women we don't know that their names or their stories but the prosecutors hope to use those stories to establish that once he has a pattern in how he approaches women and a lot of the stuff beforehand was sealed off by the judge judge James Burke so there's a lot of things I as I said some secrecy surrounding what's going on that we really don't know yet the judge wants to do a couple things first he wants to preserve the power of having a fair jury trial doesn't want there to be any mistrial on this so he he sealed off the rulings a question it also means that we can't really scrutinize the basis for a lot of his decisions were like who he's choosing to allow to testify who is not we don't know the name of one of the accusers we don't know the names of the witnesses we don't know which evidence has been precluded because it's prejudicial so there's a ton of stuff that will be kind of surprise is going into this trial and there might be things that we just never learned about trial there might be things that aren't said that we don't know aren't being said because their strategic core because the judge has ruled to allow that into the trial would mean that once you may get a fair trial whatever the verdict will be there seems to be already some skepticism to whatever's going to play out there and whether it be because of all the money and the power that Harvey Weinstein had or or whatnot there's already kind of this looming over it there's a sense of mistrust so if for instance the verdict is not guilty will people accept the judge's reasoning and the second reason that matters is because you know a lot of this Michael on appeal so you know there's a lot we don't know about the case the judge is clearly made a decision here that to preserve a fair trial require secrecy on the other hand people are going to report this reporters are on this case for two years not reporting this and if there are mistruths part of the blame for that might have to go to the judge as well because he's not letting out a lot of the information out so a lot of the misinformation could be attributed partly to the secrecy I think it's not such a great crash dance I think that's the reason why a lot of media organizations pushed to open up access to some of the pre trial hearings and but something the watcher as as this moves forward what what are we gonna learn about how the how the judge conducted himself in this case and you're talking about you know that need for this fair and impartial trial that kind of played out in what happened on Monday a little bit where the judge was talking to the defense attorney saying Hey you know you did the same view on CNN do not disparage any of the witnesses you know it's gonna be hard enough to get a fair and impartial jury as it is we don't need you going about this that way because I guess the prosecution was trying to get some type of broad gag order in the judge didn't really go for that but he did give a warning to the defense at least say do not talk about any of these witnesses judges are always leery about some of the comments that come outside the court room so that's not not such as a prize from one scene perspective his point there's been there's been a lot of bad stuff put out there in the process and one scenes lawyers just want an opportunity to rebut it and to push across their story and so they don't think it's fair if they have to remain silence while there's all this reporting out there about him as a monster and from their perspective they can't get a fair trial if they're gab and the judge has a lot of discretion he can do things as you wish us as he's been planning out this trial clearly the second he's made is to try to keep this as tightly lip as possible and now this is all going to spell out is kind of unusual there's a very high profile case ace yet the ratio of things we don't know two things we do know it is quite high compared to that the typical high profile trial and it's going to be a huge media spectacle I mean the jury selection supposed to be about two weeks the whole trial I guess they say something around six weeks as this was getting under way in Los Angeles there was two new charges against Harvey Weinstein there was a little bit of counter programming from rose McGowan I did they had like a press conference as the trial starting this is gonna be a huge media spectacle as well some of the stuff that's happening outside the courtroom is a lot more interesting right now than what's happening inside the New York court room the first week in the RP one scene trout could be quite boring just Jerry saying whether they can commit to a six week trial on a lot of juror in perspective jurors will take themselves out of pull because they you know have jobs and they can't do that but you look at what happened today in new charges being announced a Los Angeles that was alluded to at today's hearing I think that there might be a push and about whether or not some of the media spectacles that are happening outside is going to change what's happening inside so if there's any news the common in next week I think it's going to be motions based on a lot of the noise that's happening outside the courtroom every gardener senior editor at The Hollywood Reporter thank you very much for joining us

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Harvey Weinstein has been charged in Los Angeles with rape and sexual assault

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein has been charged in Los Angeles with rape and sexual assault

"Brand Harvey Weinstein now faces formal criminal charges here in LA he's accused of raping one woman and sexually assaulting another in twenty thirteen here's DA Jackie lace today in all eight women came forward to report that they were sexually assaulted by the defendant in Los Angeles county three of those alleged crimes took place outside of the statute of limitations and for that reason we have declined to file charges in those three cases we continue to investigate allegations involving three other women to determine if additional criminal charges will be filed laci's announcement came just adds wine stains criminal trial began in New York in that case mine seen faces charges from two other women former production assistant Mimi hall lay and an unnamed woman who says one sting raped her in a hotel room also in twenty thirteen here to tell us more about what to expect from one scenes trial is Iran car mon senior correspondent for New York magazine and has a new story out in the current issue previewing the trial hi Erin how are you hi Madeleine thank you so much for having me great to have you let's begin with the LA charges announced today can you give us a few more details about them sure well you know when we were putting together this story which included a portfolio of photographs of twenty one of the women we wanted to get a sense of the sheer scope of how many women have come forward so the number that we came up with in terms of the women who have been public is one hundred and then from that you have more maps such as what we just heard from the DA how many of those women are of making allegations that are criminal as opposed to sexual harassment how many of those women are willing to cooperate with prosecutors how many of those women have evidence and and so it's a kind of process of attrition that has gotten us to this point we may not be done yet but in New York today the trial began in the cases of two women I'm also one charge of rape relating to one woman and sexual assaults relating to another today we received news that that there are two already out of LA county and there may be more my understanding is that the investigation of London is also on going we were not even at the jury's out stage yeah but I think it has taken years to get to the point it has taken one hundred women many courageous reporters a lot of docket investigation just to get to the point where Harvey Weinstein hi is being held accountable were being tried in court well right so a hundred plus women that sure is a lot and as you say it's not all about rape some of it is sexual harassment but still only four so far for charges filed so far to New York to LA so it seems like there's a pretty high bar for these prosecutors to file criminal assault charges against Harvey Weinstein there is an issue I mean if you just heard the prosecutor say some that is the structure of the law some of it is that depending on the level of the offense and the jurisdiction there is a statue of limitations that says that the case cannot be tried after a certain point so for example Annabelle issue or a says the Harvey went in raped her sometime in the winter of nineteen ninety three to nineteen ninety four and that is too old under New York law which we tried but what prosecutors are trying to do is to bring in some of these women who cases can be tried on their own to establish a broader case against white so in the New York trial US three women who have not been named yet excuse one thing of a thought and then the bill as you are to have been named are going to testify at two hardy won in we what they say is a pattern of predatory behavior and in particular and embellish your testimony prosecutors wanted to establish that hardly one thing with the serial predator which in New York at the criminal charge that can lead to life in prison and so even though her kids can be tried on its own prosecutors are kind of making a novel argument here that that they successfully got the judge to ask that you bring before the jury that that that that the broader pattern even though it can't be tried separately is something that the jurors should be aware beyond just these two women whose cases are being tried in New York and we don't yet know the full set of facts the cases that are being brought in Los Angeles but it'll be interesting to see just how broad the scope of a party went pattern of behavior will be many of these stories were talking about cases that happen I believe the LA que the allegations took place within a day at each other right it was the next that bad evening actually so in twenty thirteen and so this is similar to what the prosecutors did in the in the Cosby case right that they brought in other women to testify as to a pattern of behavior yes it's interesting read because wide but objective and subjective when it comes to that so the objective thing is the the the statute says you can only bring this kind of charge at this time but along the way there are still many subjective decisions that have to do with how our culture needs you what is the crime who is guilty what is an alibi what is it what is a consent so all of that it's shifting and its objective for example in twenty fifteen with a woman went to the NYPD to report that Harvey Weinstein had sexually assaulted her and she agreed to wear a wire but but you wanted to cheer as they ultimately decided not to bring charges in part because they believe that her past made her a not perfect now if the bill could be case is an example of how just in a few years the kind of culture change that would lead one charges to be brought to the the Bill Cosby kids prosecutor had basically backed off years earlier from from bringing charges against copy and into how the case is wrong and what kind of arguments the jury will accept so in the copy trial in two thousand sixteen I believe and beat the first trial ended in a mistrial he was charged with assaulting one one man and a second woman testified the second trial for the exact same charges a year later took place in the middle of a broader cultural conversation about meet you about just expanding the understanding of what it means to be a victim how would a quote unquote typical victim of I behave and five women testified about their own experiences a copy they were outside the scope of what the court to try and that's hard copy with connected so we'll see whether this cumulative effect will be something that the jury will accept and that's where we really bring in the subjective question the jury is going to have to try harder defense is going to say look at these text messages look at the email they said that the woman who alleges rate that hardy had eight a long term loving consensual relationship with her right now says she said that this was a sexual thought that this is right and so the jury ultimately if they have to make a really subjective analysis in you know what frankly is a very touching the six if IT about whether this was a consensual experience or whether it was right above the law play a clip of tape of of what to me me whole a says happened to her and just a warning to our listeners this is a pretty graphic piece of tape so if you have kids in the in the car maybe turn the volume down but here is what she says happened when I went upstairs to his apartment he wasn't wearing a robe at all but he did start making advances it's such a quiet and not too long and too into me being there and then he back to me and I mean he just wouldn't let it go and is very forced he's very intimidating Elsa very persistent forceful and big physically so he backed me into a dark room out which looked like you know the rest kids drawings on the walls and didn't seem like a master bedroom or anything and he held me down and he forced oral sex on me basically okay so is that what is the formal charge for that what is he faced for her for that if he's convicted sexual assault it's a charge and and maybe help lays case and I think again each one of these is going to have to be assessed on its own but I think ultimately jurors are human and they're going to try to understand each of these charges in the broader context of what they're going to hear again with that that the the defense is going to say that these were individuals who were seeking employment and few they argue where consenting to sexual activity even if it wasn't pretty it's not right that's basically what their argument is going to be in the plan I'm presenting email and text messages for me the whole way and the other woman to make the claim that they that this was consensual and the prosecutors according to there at least expected you bring experts show that that's a really common reaction to sexual assault that there is there is often a normalization attempt on the part of people who have experienced sexual called where they want to just pretend like everything is normal and they want to move on with their lives I want to see themselves as victims and again this is this may be a culturally prefer but that is certainly something that borne out by expert testimony I have to leave it there Iran Carmont senior correspond for New York magazine thank you so much for coming out

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Harvey Weinstein goes on trial in New York

On The Media

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein goes on trial in New York

"Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein is scheduled to be back in court today it's the opening the criminal trial against him NPR's rose Freeman reports Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual misconduct by more than eighty women but the case against him in New York rests for the most part on only two victims one is a former production assistant at the Weinstein company name mean the whole way she alleges that Winston forced himself on her in two thousand six the other is a woman whose name has not been released who alleges that wants dean raped her in twenty thirteen if one scene is found guilty of the most serious charge he could be facing a minimum sentence of ten to twenty five years in prison or a maximum of life jury selection is expected to begin on Tuesday rose Friedman NPR

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Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” Reaches No. 1—25 Years After It Came Out

Charlie Parker

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” Reaches No. 1—25 Years After It Came Out

"As hard as it is to believe Mariah Carey's All I Want for Christmas is you has never been number one on the Billboard hot one hundred okay until now twenty five years after it was released for the first time it's number one meanwhile according to the New York Post Mariah's team didn't leave a tip after picking up five dollars worth it take out they say you can't blame her because an unnamed production assistant picked up the

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Can pop culture fight climate change?

The Frame

06:08 min | 2 years ago

Can pop culture fight climate change?

"There's no question climate change is real. Even if one in ten Americans doesn't yet believe that so what what role can Hollywood play addressing climate change and offering potential solutions with us now is elaine low. She's reporter with variety who recently wrote wrote about this topic. Elaine welcome to the show. Thanks for having me John so it doesn't feel like climate. Change is a neglected topic in Hollywood from documentaries. Docu series to narrative narrative stories. Can you talk about some of the most recent examples. We've seen climate change touched on. I think more indirectly than directly in ways you may not even think about like for example the last avengers movie or the second last avengers movie avengers Infinity War you know people don't think of that as a climate change deep but then wipes out half of the population sort of a Nico terrorist moved try to wipe out half the population in an effort to save the health of the universe so we see it trickle in in ways like that you know less so indirect ways. I think the last time we saw a more direct addressing zing of climate changes of movies like the day after tomorrow which was all the way back from two thousand and four or you know any inconvenient the truth which was not fictional and probably I think the only time we've ever seen climate change address in a nonfiction way that has really brought audiences at theaters. There's also a very popular streaming series called our planet that is up for a primetime. Emmy lead us into a little bit from our planet all across our planet. Crucial connections are being disrupted. The stability that we all life relies upon is being lost what we do in the next twenty years will determine the future for all life on earth. Uh there's a quote attributed to Samuel Goldwyn but it actually comes from the Playwright Moss Hart which is if you have a message call Western in union. It feels like documentaries are pretty much on the knows about what climate change means whereas narrative films are trying to figure out how to incorporate that ATM message. Is that something that Hollywood is struggling with now because it doesn't probably WanNa make narrative films that feel too preachy. There's certainly an element meant to wanting to go to the theater and be thrilled right and are you going to be thrilled by listening to a lecture on the climate crisis or you're going to be thrilled. I I see a fifty foot soon. NAMI overtake Santa Monica Beach and I think that's kind of where you see more disaster movies at the box office and more nonfiction documentaries on the smaller screen. Aura shows like our planet you know I think there's an element there of perhaps perhaps wanting to see what will actually resonate with viewers at the box office in and some people don't necessarily believe in climate crisis at all well you know I I I think there's a risk of dividing your audience there so it feels like narrative films and documentaries can point out how real climate changes but what about solutions and let's start first with what Hollywood is doing. Are you starting to see some green practices on sets or in production companies. What are the town itself doing. I'm sure there are a lot of different ways that the industry is trying to combat the climate crisis. There are efforts on the corporation level and there are also efforts on production reduction level. I mean I was talking to Michelle King. One of the CO creators of evil she and Robert King also created the good wife in the good fight and on their set you they have won a production assistant. That's dedicated exclusively to echo training and will make sure that things are composed. It'd and that biodegradable utensils are used and that when all said and done and the set is wrapped that they will donate any decorations and furniture that they have have leftover two organizations like habitat for humanity in an effort to reuse those things so yeah. There's there's definitely an effort in pockets of the community and I think it's more just about seeing more institutional change at this point. Is it fair to say that network television is maybe taking a little bit more of an aggressive approach right right now. Programming wise sure you look at our planet on Netflix where you have a walrus throwing itself off a cliff. I mean five ten years ago. Would you have had David attenborough narrating seen like that you know about this walrus trying to fight for its own survival because of the terrible impacts of climate crisis you also have shows like you know a climate reckoning in the heartland which is a CBS original. It's a documentary on the impact of climate change on farming in Nebraska you have Leonardo DiCaprio's documentary documentary on. HBO This year is on fire trying to find you know never before seen solutions to the climate crisis so I think on TV in particular learn more so than on the big screen. You're you're seeing an effort there to document this crisis to show people really the ramifications of our behavior as a society society and how we're impacting the world around us the last question there's obviously a moral argument to address climate change and there's been a lot of debate about the financial financial argument about addressing climate change in terms of how Hollywood sees it. How are they figuring out why it is good business to go green well you you know when I was talking to Michelle King on evil and the chief procurement officer at CBS I was asking. Is there a financial disincentive to go green and he said You I know maybe ten years ago that would have been the case but we've found now that we can actually go green and make that financially beneficial for us in actually potentially save money in some areas so it's not necessarily an effort that winds up emptying. Hollywood's pockets with going green and making making money can go hand in hand

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"production assistant" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Family begins dressing, as super heroes in their daily lives etes believable. Humanity last up. Garlic is good as ten mothers shots historians. Garlic lovers wax poetic about the stinking rose. I hope it's real. It is real. Bobby kills animals unpacking the complicated controversies surrounding the animal rights movement. Oh, that's about my mother. Fake. It is real. Animal. Let's go to Jeremy from Canada. Jeremy, what's your question? Hey, Andy migrations for Bill when you were looking as a PA on the scorpion. King watch the listening you had to do for the rock. Yeah. I was a production assistant on the movie the scorpion king. I didn't actually get. I wasn't allowed to see the rock. Weren't allowed to see. I didn't see him. I was always in beta I was in the 'nother unit. So anytime I would go over and try to like see what the rock was doing their relate Twain's way over there. Right. He did a funny thing. I'll tell you is when he was SNL. He was the Barack Obama where he got, like, really the rock Obama, and he had through a window and he goes, you know, just you run and I just pretend like I'm throwing you. But then on air, he got really nervous and he really threw me. Through the window through the backdrop. Why am I just like a cartoon? He was. So sweet. The whole thing goes, you, okay? Are you? Okay, brush, you are you in like. He's the nicest human being on the planet. That's awesome. Okay. Let's go to Betsy from Arizona. Betsy what your question Andy, my question is for Rachel wondering high, when you were the chef for Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries bridal shower. Did you have a sense that the marriage would only last seventy? What's anything you've made? It was generally the food that ended that. No, I didn't really have a sense. I don't think anybody there. Did did. They seem super in love. Yes. Let's go to Carol, Massachusetts for Bill hater careful. What your question? Hi, andy. Hey, my question for Bill is, what did you think the chances are of us getting a Stefan movie want to see happen to his character? Well, we talked about stuff on movie, John Mullany, and I did. And we decided that it barely worked as a sketch. And that you think you would wanna Steph on movie. Right. And then you would see it on the poster on the side of a bus. I go, I don't want that. This is funny. Isn't that kind of the case of maybe thirty percent of SNL movie it was like it's a sketch, but it's not a man. You don't and also the Stefan story he really get into its like so sad, right? We'll be like this is a bummer homeless. Right, right. Walter, m emailed, what was your reaction to hearing, the giada and Bobby flay didn't speak to each other for almost a year because you beat them. In iron, chef America Giotto was pissed. They lost. I don't believe that. That's true. It really you don't believe it. Don't believe Rachel. Lisa g what you're absolute favorite meal to cook. And what's your least favorite to cook? Well, as I said earlier in the show, anyone cooks for a living. They just wanna please, whoever they're feeding, so I will eat anything and I like to cook, whatever it is the person serving wants to weeds Sally us from Virginia. Bill were you ever asked to do an impression, on SNL that you actually could not do Christopher Walken? I couldn't do it. Christopher Walken, and it was it was like a family reunion. And I ended be the first person to do it as the person who could do impressions, and I couldn't do it. So I have crystal walking dressing room. Could you just talk for what? God. And then did you finally nail? Yeah. One line. I could get one sentence. Right. And so I just kept doing it over and over to number the sentence. I can't remember. Let's go to Laurie from Wisconsin, Laurie. What's your question? Hi Andy love you. Love the show. Thanks. Hi, bill. How're each?.

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"production assistant" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"What came right before this, or what about this character should I be aware of? Yeah. And then I tell them. After tell at some point, I think there are a lot of directors who. You know, one of the reasons that they became directors other than you know our well. Yeah, it's not not necessarily because they desired power, but because they were comfortable wielding it. Like I think that one of the reasons that people with social privilege are disproportionately represented in the ranks of directors is because they don't question their entitlement, basically. Yeah, totally. Is that what you're gonna say, totally. I mean, I was gonna say, go back to privilege, maybe but privilege and entitlement often go hand in hand, right? Yeah. Yeah. He said the straightway to to the straight might woman. I think I think that, yeah, I didn't. I'm more comfortable directing than I am sitting right here right now talking to you. I'm more nervous right now. Imagining that this is gonna be on the airwaves and the sound of my voice and all that crap on. But when I'm directing, of course, I get nervous and of course I make mistakes, but it really feels like I'm in the right place. I'm utilizing all of the creativity that I have that I want to express sounds corny, but it's true. Did you feel that way when you were young? I mean, you spend time on movie sets as a kid because you're stepfather was legendary producer. Did you look at that and think this is something I want or something I could do when you were a teenager, whatever. No, on the film sets that I was on as a little kid. And then later as a production assistant. I was nowhere near the director or the action and I didn't know what was going on. You know, I'd see some of the director whisper into an actress year and I couldn't imagine what really an advice he was giving her ha. Now, I know it's like sit to the left up straight, so I didn't know what really directing was, or it didn't occur to me that I could do that at all. So how did you come to believe that you could? Because I think at some point you have to believe that you could in order to actually do it, right? Yeah. Isn't that crazy? I wonder what made me think I could do it. I directed a short at NYU. That was probably one of the worst times in my life. I, I mean, making the movie. I was so in over my head that I literally wished I would get hit by a car. I was so anxious. I was really like one of the first times I felt serious anxiety, and then my producer was in over his head was throwing up in the bathroom and the movie cost too much money and took forever. And then I thought, okay, I'll be a writer. And then I started writing a bunch and went to Columbia grad school for writing see, but they make you direct videos. And so when I was directing the videos, I thought, okay, I'm better at this now. I like this. And they turned out well. So I thought, okay, I'm going to try directing again. You grew up in New York and partly in Los Angeles. Yes. And you move from one to the other when you were like twelve? Exactly..

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"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

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"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"She can Brown cow show. I miss Laura end across Romy. The Madam is trying not to giggle, tasty little nuggets of knowledge, you know, mass more. I really enjoy listening to the way you described most of our shows because they're never quite the same end. What flavors are not going to knowledge today? It is definitely a chicken nugget that were debating it Honey, mustard sauce today, seeing I was going to go with its enoug- it on the background of what this show's really about. That would be the logical answer that question. That's one. I think I'd just kept me a lot like around four comedic relief. When you're like Tut Tut large, no, if you around because you're chief monkey harder at this year this year and we need you. We depend on you to keep him in line on time and on target. I gotta get like a certificate that certifies me in that overpaid sex who made you are cheat our senior production assistant production coordinator. Gotcha. Porn. Natives didn't anymore coordinator. Emily would more you want. I mean, that's basically the title that says, give everybody a hard time to figure out what we're doing because she's confused, right? Yeah, or chief person of all things. So what are we talking about today? I thought we step back and take a look at some basics. You know, we've had a year, yeah, happy birthday to us heavy birthday to us because a love y'all. I'm not going to see singing. But over the last year we've started off as a sex positive show and then that sorta became Saxon gender, positive, then Saxon body positive. So we named ourselves a few months ago to the sexiest barnyard on the internet. The hanging down with me too. It's all you, it's all about you now, but we renamed ourselves sexiest born. You're on the internet, a sex body engender positive, talk show whom we were talking yesterday. We said, we should redefine those you don't think we ever have. It's the funny thing that it'd be talked to let people about what they think about sex positivity embody positively in like sex related issues, but we've never kind of really had a sit down and say, hey, what is sex positivity listeners? I hope you all know by now, but we figured give you a refresher any now since our sour breaks over absolutely nothing but lounge in the sun drinking PINA coladas during our break being lazy, nobody drank PINA coladas gin and tonic opening took a break, but that was what we we'd planned on doing. But we links hurry days of break. There were a couple. I had three days regmunt here. Gadsden it anyhow. So let's start off with what? What is sex positivity pop quiz. What if I get around? Do I get credit? If I get it right? You always get get. If you get ready to get it wrong, you have to go research. Three more shows. All right. So I did research before the show. So I'm prepare the international society for sexual medicine actually defines the term sex positivity as having positive attitudes about sex and feeling comfortable with one's own sexual identity and with the sexual behaviors of others. That's a mouthful. Yeah..

coordinator Romy Laura Brown production assistant Emily Gadsden three days
"production assistant" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

Forbes Sports Money

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Forbes Sports Money

"In a sort of around that time we started the see a big change in how sports content wool content but you know for this show and you and i beaming big sports guys has sports content is consumed and you is it an accident that you guys started as sort of the became this big growth area towards streaming content no listen if you go back in time you know i like to be not been in this sports industry now for over thirty years and starting back when i was a production assistant back at nbc sports in the late eighties and um you know in the midnineties i was working for nike um you know i was the their global negotiations director and swells out making all the deals with colleges universities in professional leagues in really nike's early foray into you know the the licensing business you know when they're really started to build in apparel business and you know at that time i thought you know was with the advent of the ninety ninety six telecommunications act you know what route flying around the country meeting of all these rights holders it it became clear to me that you know we were headed towards a day were going to have five hundred channel universe some day there was going to be all these new distribution platforms you know store opening with satellite tv that rolled into digital cable that eventually rolled into a robust internet and broadband broadband capabilities so what you were going to have over over some period of time i think we're reaping the benefits of that now was you're gonna have um you know all these new uh pipelines built to get out to customers in mass bouquet in so you know thereby creating just a lot more shelves to put a lot more products on.

production assistant director nike nbc thirty years
"production assistant" Discussed on Inside Psycho

Inside Psycho

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"production assistant" Discussed on Inside Psycho

"What does it sound like to stab a human being hitchcock puzzled over that one he had the action down but but not the sound find me a watermelon to stab when mr hitchcock tells you to go find a watermelon you go find a watermelon but hitchcock's notorious perfectionism was wellknown to is crew one watermelon would not do no no no hitch would need a farmer's market of fruits and vegetables to sacrifice to the movie god's and a farmer's market of fruits and vegetables is exactly what the problem and provided there it is on the table a glistening cornucopia of fruits and vegetables mellon's lettuce heads a pineapple a coconut and a variety of other produce that defied easy identification let's start at one end and go to the other as a production assistant the one with the knife hitchcock stood back silently and closed his eyes he was going to feel the sound the stab cantaloupe honey do kasaba coconut pineapple and so it went that's all i have mr hitchcock the big men paused then opened his eyes.

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