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Fresh update on "executive producer" discussed on WEEI Show
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Ellen DeGeneres makes on-air apology, vows a 'new chapter'
"Ellen DeGeneres. Began the eighteenth season of her talk show today with an apology. Here's Cathy Park. Everybody summer good yeah. Mine was great. Ellen degeneres kicked off her new season with more than just laughs. I. Learned that things happened here that never should have happened. I take that very seriously and I want to say, I am so sorry to the people who were affected. I know that I'm in a position of privilege and power and I realized that with that comes responsibility and I take responsibility for what happens at my show her on air apology in front of a virtual audience address allegations of toxic work culture at the show reports published by Buzzfeed this summer allege senior managers engage in ramp rampant harassment and sexual misconduct. We have had a lot. Of conversations over the last few weeks about the show place what we want for the future, we have made the necessary changes and today we are starting a new chapter. The changes following an investigation by Warner media degeneres was not part of that review. Three of the shows top producers were eventually fired. Now, her longtime DJ twitch will help lead the daytime series, my co executive producer. The host also addressing claims that she hasn't always lived up to be kind mantra. Means that truth is I am that person that you see on TV I am also a lot of other things I. Sometimes I get sad I get mad I get anxious I get frustrated I get impatient and I am working on all of that. I am a work in progress today generous acknowledging Joe is to
Fresh update on "executive producer" discussed on Sarah and Vinnie
"She responded to the accusations of a toxic workplace environment as she did the 18th season premiere of her talk show yesterday, Bryn, I know I sent you the whole monologue. We able to pull some parts that you liked. I sure was here. She didn't rule it. As you may have heard this summer, there were allegations of a toxic work environment at our show. And then there was an investigation. I learned that things happened here that never should have happened. I take that very seriously. And I want to say I am so sorry to the people who were affected. I know that I'm in a position of privilege and power, and I realized that with that comes responsibility and I take responsibility for what happens at my show. This is the Ellen DeGeneres Show. I am Linda. Generous. We have had a lot of conversations over the last few weeks. Aboutthe show our workplace and what we want for the future. We have made the necessary changes. And today we're starting a new chapter. Good for her. She mentioned that her d j slash Sidekick Twitch has now been promoted to a co executive producer position. I want to say the other is three top producers at the show were blown out a month or so ago, and we had talked about that a little bit. And she said, things will be different going forward. And she did you know it's her monologue, so she did make some jokes in it. There were also articles in the press and on social media that said that I am not who I appear to be on TV because I became known as the be kind Lady. The truth is, I am that person that you see on TV. I am also a lot of other things. I sometimes I get sad. I get mad. I get anxious. I get frustrated. I get impatient. And I am working on all of that. I am a work in progress..
The Emmy Awards will be 'live, live, live,' and expect things to go wrong
"And the Emmys Air Sunday night on ABC, the first major awards show during the pandemic, Jimmy Kimmel is hosting. So what could go wrong? Executive producer Iain Stewart says any number of things the good thing about that is that we've got Jimmy Kimmel, who loves live TV and loves Chaos, Live T. I think I think he's actually hoping things do go wrong To tell you the truth. It makes my sweat makes my palms sweat. Just thinking about it. The biggest hurdle will be having feeds from all the nominees Holmes coming in live on Sunday night, which Stuart says could be a logistical
Fresh update on "executive producer" discussed on Doug Stephan
"Probably Simon Locker. You know, my son is a big sneaker print where you called him. Sneaker west Sneaker heads, sneaker heads, you know Right. Well, that's because he was a big basketball player in high school and college. And that may be why he's a sneaker head. Or maybe one contribute A lot of Jordans and pictures. Yes, Yes, he does. All right, Let's see. What else do we have? That we ought to be mentioning here about the fall Equal Knox. This folly grown ox arriving at 8 31 eastern time. This morning astronomically. It's a day when the sun crosses the equator heading south, So that's why we're going into spring in the Southern Hemisphere and into fall in the Northern Hemisphere. Roughly 12 hours of daylight 12 hours of darkness. If you look at your newspaper or whatever it is, you read online that tells you the weather or whatever it will tell you that today's sunrise and the sunset Equal 12 the distance between the two events equal 12 hours. If you go back to the time of the Druids in England, the fall equinox signal the end of the harvest season. We're about a month away. The harvest moon would be. We're about halfway into this cycle of the moon. And then when it goes out, the next full moon will be the harvest moon here. Family celebrating with social gatherings in the history. Autumn lasts for another way. We all know the winter solstice. It's been pretty chilly here. I think myself we gone from summer and a winter fast. It'll be 60 degrees Your last 45 days supposed to go to Haiti later in the week, pretty silly. It'll be. It'll be warmer this weekend, maybe next week. So as we get it, get Teo October. We should get a little bit of summer at late summer kind of feelings. May I suggest that because we've had more of an impact from or four farmers more interesting farmers Local family farmers this year. Maybe it's time for you to be grateful for the harvests, the things you've been able to buy the fresh products and stuff from the local farmers, least Mineko well, pretty much all over the country. People have sort of reconnected. With local farms and farmers because they realized in March when all the food was gone, that there must be a very way and yeah, it has been. It's a good It's a good time. To reflect on the bounty of nature possibilities for abundance in every part of your life. Think about it that way and be thankful. Hopefully, you are thankful for all of that. In television news, Ellen apologized. Anybody watch this? I did, I did. I thought I did a nice job. How did how explain and tell us what she said? Well, I think what she said She She took responsibility for stuff happening on her show. She addressed Thie issues of people you know, in like, the Page six is saying like, she's not the same person who, you know she pretends to be. And I thought it was kind of funny. She goes, You know, I played a straight woman on TV and movies. So she goes so I can act because I'm not that good of an actress that I could come out here every day and fool you for 17 years, she said. This is the person that you see on TV is who I am, and she said it, But I'm also a lot of other things. I'm a complex person. I'm impatient sometimes and she said I'm working on, you know, becoming a better person, and this show is going to re We're having a restart and we're having a new chapter now, so Does that affect the content of the program? I think it's certainly is going to affect how guests or dealt with they fired three of the top producers, and so she made her do her deejay on who dances with her on the show that's deejay twitch. He is now the new co executive producer of the show. So we've got a big promotion and they'll be working together. He's on that game. Show her too right? He is All right, but I think she'll be fine. I don't think she's going to get canceled. Like I said, I appreciate it. I think she should just come out and say I'm a woman who had to get this far. And, you know, sometimes you have to make tough choices. And you have to make decisions that people aren't gonna like and they're gonna have to keep up with you. Sorry. What's on TV tonight? Deadliest Catch season finale Discovery at eight o'clock on Fox, the season premiere of Cosmo's possible worlds at eight o'clock on Fox. 10 before the.
Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'
"And they've tapped a big star to play. Joe Biden tell you something late night sketch comedy made Jim Carrey a star on in living color. Now he's taking his talents to Saturday Night Live where he'll be playing Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels tells vulture that Carrie will play the role for all of season. 46. Biden has previously been played by other guest actor as you know Better. Jason Sudeikis and Woody Harrelson. The new season of Saturday night Live kicks out from its studio in Manhattan, October 3rd, Jason Nathan's and
Fresh update on "executive producer" discussed on Locked Up Abroad
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Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on 'SNL'
"Man is throwing his hat into the political ring here. CBS News correspondent Deborah Rodriguez Saturday night Live has found. It's Joe Biden activism. Yes, Executive producer Lorne Michaels tells vulture Jim Carrey will step into the role this election season. Michael says he'll bring energy and strength to the part. As for Biden's political Rival every huge queue like Baldwin's been filling the president's shoes for the past few years, Maya Rudolph has already said she looks forward to returning as Kamala Harris. SNL returns to Studio H October 3rd. Debra Rodriguez, CBS News Right
Ellen DeGeneres sets talk show return date
"This month, and the star is expected to address allegations of a toxic work environment. That's according to Michael Kastner, while announcing the show will return on September 21st generous, So she's excited to get back to the studio and added, she's going to talk about it. A new show will be filmed in the Los Angeles studio without an audience with guest comedian Tiffany had ish executive producers were fired over the summer after an internal investigation by Warner Brothers Padres Thump the Rockies 14 5
"Dancing with the Stars" cast revealed
"With the Stars announced this morning on ABC is Good Morning America. The 15 competitors will include Carol Baskin from the Netflix hit Tiger King, who says she's doing it for the big Cats is longer my partner and I can stay in the running and in the competition, it will keep the cats forefront in the viewer's eye. And to me that was where Tiger King missed the ball. It really should have been focused on the animals, and so I'm hoping Dancing with the Stars will do that. Her competition will include former Nick Charles Oakley. Monica al Dama from the Netflix Show. Cheer A J. McLain of the Backstreet Boys. Rapper Nelly, an Olympic figure skater Johnny We're the show premieres September 14th on ABC with new host and executive producer. Tyra Banks. Onboard Winds News Time to
Providing Addiction Treatment Amid COVID-19
"Here, we are another interview and art. Let's talk podcast series. Thanks for joining US I'm your host William seat. MOYER's these podcasts feature experts on the gamut of issues that matter to his Betty Ford. The same issues that matter to you, our audience from substance use prevention to cutting edge research treatment of addiction and recovery from it. These conversations have become quite popular the past two years, and if you're a regular viewer or listener to the podcast particularly if you're viewing them, you'll note that for today things around the set look a little bit different. Of course, they do were in the recording this in the midst of the pandemic has affected all of us. He's four, take seriously the need to do everything possible to prevent the spread of coronavirus among our patients and our employees. Even here in the studio, we are following public health guidelines. As a result I can take off my mask for this interview because the production crew, the executive producer, and yes even my guest Dr Victor Vines are elsewhere in the building good social distancing one. Doctor. Vines was hired as our regional medical director from Minnesota and join our. In January of this year twenty, twenty talk about a baptism of fire in the middle of Minnesota winter. But Dr Vines, you've got to Hazel Betty Ford. Expecting to plunge full bore into addiction and addiction medicine and being part of the vital team in all of a sudden you found yourself part of the Kobe response team with a pandemic on your hands. Yes that was completely unexpected and. Quad surprise. I was I was delighted to be invited to be a part of the Code Command team you know I've. At the time of this recording and we're we're doing this in June of two thousand twenty. I am still not completed. I have still not completed my on boarding process that was going to be about a three month or three and a half month process. With learning. That would be scheduled and continued for for a long period of time but. Less than two months into into the process cova came along and turned everything on its ear, and that has that's it's actually been a real benefit for me because I've gotten to know and work with directly many of the people in leadership positions throughout the Hazelton Betty Ford. Organization. On. Both coasts and in between and ways that I never would have as if I was simply functioning as a medical director. So the CO Vid Task Force the the instant command team that we have has been a real plus for me in terms of getting connected into the organization and what has that response team had to do the last couple of months so To. Give you some time timeframe. We. First met our very first call organization of our command team. We stood that up on Thursday, March the eleventh, and it's important. You know we did that even before the president announced that that this was a national emergency, he did that on on the next day on Friday the thirteenth and we had we had already put our organization on notice that we were going to do something different today before. You know the first thing that we did was to to acknowledge that there were risk factors out in the community and the possibility that the virus could be brought onto one of our sites specifically one of our residential sites, but it also affected our intensive outpatients. Was the recognition that if if the virus got foothold in any of our sites and spread that we would look at the possibility of having to close down one or more of our sites and. We took extremely aggressive measures to make sure that did not happen. How do you balance Dr Vines the the the attention, the energy, the goals. Up treating potentially two fatal illnesses within a system of care, you've got addiction, of course, substance use disorder, and then you've got the pandemic corona virus it's how do you do it? Absolutely in our medical director Dr Mark was the one who I put that out for us to all see and that was that when we are looking at to potentially fatal illnesses, we have to make a risk determination. Do, we close down because we don't want covid or say we will find a way to treat and try to keep covert out for our patients that come into treatment when people's lives have gone so far off the rails that they need residential treatment. The likelihood that they're addiction will be lethal to them is higher than the chance of developing a Ovid illness that would lead to a death. We we recognize that However, we can't completely discount the risk of Kobe because we have employees and we have other staff and we have the the patients who if they were to get an infection with code it could it could potentially be a devastating illness, and so we had from the very outset We put into place steps and measures to try to identify what was who would be at risk try to separate those folks from others who might who might be at. Risk of becoming very ill, and and then tried to keep the doors open and keep everything rolling as best we could
Interview With Danny Cannon On Gotham
"Cave. Bite has one of the show runners of Gaza. Danny can. Talk to me at the beginning of season one. What was the visual sensibility in aesthetic that you are trying to get across in Gotham as opposed to the other Batman related projects or you just trying to make this totally different? Well, no, no no. Completely different because you know I wanted to fit into into this great cannon, the work that's been gone for seventy five years. but at the same time might make it contemporary. And at the same time, it's twenty years from from Batman basically. So. We talked about a few things myself in the rights and when we first met and it seemed like everything we had in that first meeting as played out which is. New York in the seventies was was a a brilliant dangerous time like light seventies. Not just because of all the graffiti on trains and the rundown and Harlem, and all these dangerous places that you could go to his fooling down places but culturally, it was really good music films. It was a hip hop star. Know. New Wave. Everything. Would it culturally it was really great. We talked about that law but the talks about the Kennedy in. London. And and the have and the have nots and that industrial revolution age and. That something I wanted to bring into the fact that city that hasn't been gentrified yet is still locked in the past and probably falling down a little bit. So all the sets of design slightly askew with like slightly going down you know like the whole thing is crumbling been held up with good and things like that, and then the last thing we spoke about was rim fairy tales and and the fact that as adult fairy tale element to. To honor the comic book idea of it. And so those three elements thrown together. And then must is to keep your feet on the ground. So it's it feels really reliable. It seems like it also has a color, its own color Palette jet texture that we haven't really seen in other comic book adaptations to now I mean that was just because with all of those influences coming in there are certain gels you caught through. There was a contemporary look we didn't do. We could do a test now bicycler whereas like is this often cars that cars this governed governor it's the same thing as colors and. Trying to get the crews taste and and and the performance tastes into that same thing. It's it's good and it was easier than we thought. You know it's it's quite. Nobody knows what period is if feels comfortable because it feels very familiar. That yet, but nothing sticking out you to to portray that. Theatrical reality that was one of the series executive producers and Danny Cannon, whose asked if Gotham itself as a character in this without doubt. Yeah. Without doubt that's why the show that was very much. Bruno's intentions had to be a character and all the designing I did was was was on that. Was myself in the production. drew for a long time just to get I found myself. It wasn't just drawing the new buildings that wanted to insert into New York will take away the glass buildings out of New York. Older Dickensian style attended the century English buildings It it I I. Drew Skies, and that was I don't know where that came from US listened to music and I'd start during stormy skies everywhere and I was like. That's it that stat stats when I got it was when I I put stormy sky on everything. Now, Gotham is a huge hit on twitter. How do feel about beating every other show on twitter are really Fila get on twitter? Obviously doesn't need me. Yeah right yeah. I think that's wonderful I. You know to be talked about Israeli sometimes even better than watched I think it would be I. I. It's Great. As long as I can promise those nice people that allowed that to happen that the show gets better and better, and there's plenty to talk about are there any character storylines you would like to bring in that you haven't brought in already? We have a great relationship with DC and we sit down with them constantly and Ask about origins of various characters and. It's amazing. How many don't have Origins. Many characters just turned up his bad guys you know in the and so. It's really. We feel on to be able to go back in this. Great. Legacy and and and UH. site. Okay. So how did they turn up like that? How did they have? So. Yeah. Now we're having a lot of fun.
Staff changes made at 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'
"Of the Ellen DeGeneres Show are without jobs now, after Warner Brothers launched an investigation into the work environment, their variety is reporting. The staff was told about the firing of executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Lehman and co. Executive producer Jonathan Norman on a video call yesterday. The generous is said to have become emotional. While speaking of the investigation into her show, Warner Brothers launched an investigation last month after numerous workers complained of sexual misconduct and racial insensitivity. Among other problems for you is a radio news.
Staff changes made at 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'
"Show has ousted three top producers after these toxic workplace accusation, so the news was delivered to Ellen staffers. Just yesterday afternoon. Alan spoke via video conference call three senior producers. Executive producers at Glavin and Kevin Lehman and co. Executive producer Jonathan Norman have been ousted following all sorts of nasty allegations about how they were not nice people who worked for them also sexually inappropriate, right sexual misconduct, racial insensitivity, other problems in the work environment. It's along. List, So there are some veterans who are staying with the show. Mary Connolly, Andy last nerve, and Derek Wester Veldt will remain at the show as executive producers alongside host Ellen Do generous. Those three producers have been with the show since it started in 2003. So this has been expected. But there are it'll be interesting to see. What happens moving forward? I'm sure Ellen will be addressing this
Top producers leave "Ellen" following allegations
"Ellen de generous producers air out after misconduct allegations So now This goes back to a story you may remember. Some of our listeners may not know this because there's been a lot of other stuff going on in the world. But three senior producers at Ellen Had been accused of sexual harassment and a number of misconduct accusations and those three individuals who have those allegations against them. I have been well, the way they put it is that they've parted ways with the popular Daytime talk show that's like the fancy way of saying they got fired. Yes or well, you know, the thing is, I think when you reach a certain level of power and privilege Your you don't have to be fired. They just look at you and go on and you go and you probably walk away with some. You know, some fat stack? Yeah, they pull the rip cord on the golden parachutes. So let's see how that all plays out. I'm gonna work. Stain my judgment until I find out more. But what we do know is that executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Lehman, the show's had writer as well as a coed executive producer named Jonathan Norman. Those are the people that left now they okay, So here's the thing that you may have not remembered. Okay. These allegations totaled Or or I should say these accusations were made by a total Of 36 employees. Holy buckets. Yes. So thie accusations of sex, not nothing. That's not nothing. The accusations of sexual harassment misconduct against these three were made by 36 former employees to BUZZFEED news. Those accusations Came just two weeks. Two weeks after 11 current and former employees came forward to Buzzfeed, and you might remember this story. To complain about the toxic work environment and Ellen and that included things but not limited to racism, workplace intimidation and other quote mistreatment. So this is like just the tip of a much larger iceberg clearly, but this tip is a very important tip. And that's just the tip. These are three very key players in putting this. You know, behemoth. Of a show together. Yeah.
Reese Witherspoon to Produce Country Music Competition for Apple
"Plus is developing a country music competition show with Reese Witherspoon as executive producer. Siri's will be called my kind of country. No word yet on a premiere date
Ellen DeGeneres: Three producers fired over 'toxic workplace' claims
"Is starting to clean house at her show in the wake of those allegations of a toxic workplace. Now Ellen and three top executive producers are now parting ways. Three others will remain. The show's deejay twitch is being promoted to co exec producer And she also boosted morale in a video call with her crew yesterday. I mean, I don't really notes. It's kind of unclear exactly what was said. But I read in a magazine that she says she admitted to having her good days and bad days. It's unclear of other changes are going to be coming, but that's a big Step, and I heard that she's also going to circle the set. Go around and talk to her employees. Make sure everyone's happy with everything you know moves. Yes, I changed out of that idea.
Ellen DeGeneres: Three producers fired over 'toxic workplace' claims
"The Axis swung at the Ellen DeGeneres Show. Three executive producers named in a Buzzfeed article accused of harassment reportedly fired at Glavin, Kevin Lehman and Jonathan Norman. Variety says generous broke the news to stab in an emotional video call. Monday. The three have been accused of creating a toxic work environment through sexual harassment, abusive behavior and more generous, has apologized for allowing the behavior to go on under her watch.
Avatar: The Last Airbender Creators Depart Netflix's Live-Action Series
"Okay, let's start off with A bit of news that I'm sure comes to some disappointment our own ht. What is going on with Avatar the last air bender they were GonNa make a live action TV series for net flicks. What is the update? The latest update is a real bummer for avatars last Air Bender Fans Michael Dante Di Martino and Brian Connie ebsco who created the original acclaimed nickelodeon. Animated Series have parted ways with net flicks over the creative direction of live action remake series. De Martino Post announced in a post on the website titled An Open Letter to Avatar last air bender fans saying that they couldn't control the creative direction of the series and decided to just exit the project altogether and he he had some pretty not I wouldn't say harsh but not. Veiled for in terms of thinly-veiled In like knots unhappiness with Netflix production So he said at one point The project, which is still ongoing has the potential to be good. But what can be certain about is that whatever version ends up on screen, it will not be what Brian and I had envisioned or to make. So this is a massive bummer for Avatar. The last Air Bend Fans because De Martino. Goes involvement in the first place was kind of the reason that There was somewhat cautious excitement for this because these the creators at donors in executive producers for the new Netflix series and they promised or shared rather that they would be deliberate. Choice to a cast as. A people of Color and ethnically accurate to the depictions in leverage animated series and the. The memory of the last live action attempt. Ed Bender is still strong in fans mines, and we don't want a repeat of that. So now that contracts go rhino are gone, there's a lot of fear that the the. Disaster will be. Repeated. Yeah, we shouldn't insinuate that this disagreement it's probably over like the the the racist of casting or anything could be like story or character that we don't even know what the disagreements are over. This is a little surprising to me though because my conversations with filmmakers on and off the record has been that like Netflix's is pretty hands off with stuff. So I'm actually very surprised that big Conflict here I'm curious as a as a fan of Avatar the last air bender now that the creators are known no longer involved in this, would you still be excited to watch live action series not at all? My cautious excitement from before. Has now turned to a sort of read. which not to say that there can you know the situation can't come out the better I'm sure that there are some great. Writers and creators out there who could have an affection for Avatar last bender could. Steer this in the right direction, but it just feels like. Martino and Connie lasko are such a major part of Avatar less air bender and its success in why such great perfect animated show that they're not being involved in stepping way in a in this situation where it seems that they clash with the Netflix's executives in some way can't really know what? I sure what it just doesn't dumb. Bode well for the production at large.
'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air' to be rebooted as a drama with Will Smith on board to produce
"Fresh Prince of Bel Air Kid from the mean streets of Philly gets into some trouble, then moves in with wealthy relatives in California. Now imagine that sitcom reworked as a drama the French Prince, a fresh prince himself. Will Smith is doing just that. He says The idea came from a fresh prince superfan named Morgan Cooper. He even posted a trailer on YouTube comma. I feel like I belonged here. Just give it some time. And now that super fan will co write and direct the show and serve as executive producer. A
Who should replace Ellen?
"News is ongoing. Generous. Ongoing News that won't stop are one nemesis might be replaced by our other nemesis. On their talk show the Ellen show. Well, these are that this is them news, but I do feel like Ellen could be replaced with a WHO, if this all comes to fruition or like a WHO thinks so too person because I'm seeing a lot of people nominate various talk show e people although apparently the rumors are like James Corden is going to replace Ellen, but like he has a show so. That makes no sense to me on any. That's what blows my mind. Why he has eight hundred shows. He has just made another daily show like that doesn't make any sense to me at on. The also has carpool. Karaoke. And then he also has the cat sequel like he has plenty, oh. Yeah. Let's replace a supposedly nice person with another supposedly nice person like. Haven't. We learned anything from this thing. These people are Nice. They suck. I think always be wary of people who say their thing is being. I think the number, one person who should clearly replace Allen is Kiki Palmer. There's literally no. Better obvious. Getting a lot of a lot of traction and she showing up a lot of tweets because it's like she just had a talk show that got canceled for no reason on ABC. Well, it was like that one hour of Commerical Strahan. Michael? And Kiki Sarah? There was A. Third Sarah. Sarah. And Michael and Kiki It just give it to clean working it. Just everyone likes he. We Love Kiki. She's a great host. Who else do you think if if we're going if for skewing young? I think we to Kiki for skewing older, I think it should go to fucking the woman who should have gotten David Letterman, amy. Sedaris like give it to amy sedaris because people like her. She's silly. I don't know that, amy, the thing is I. Don't know that Amy Sarah's would want to do that I. Feel like. I don't need that. We're talking about this on the Patriot. If you WANNA. Go listen to that about how drew Barrymore also has daily, show a daytime show coming out, and I'm like who would want this job? Drew Barrymore wants this job since when like it's just to meal a a weird job that you wouldn't want that could turn you or probably. Turn you into a monster, right? Yes. but the to provide a context in case you've been under a rock people are like there. There have been the rumors for years and years and years, but specifically the past few months they've really you know the hit a critical mass and started being reported publicly like Ellen is an asshole to everyone. Ellen is an asshole. The people she works with Ellen makes people not talk to her ellen cruel. But now there are reports by like news and variety and insider that it wasn't just ellen being a to everyone and celebrities and not liking Ellen like being on Ellen show. It's that the executive producers were actually like being abusive like in sexually harassing the employees. So it's like a culture. Culture of toxicity. That is the sort of thing that I don't that Ellen is deciding up allegedly that she doesn't want to deal with anymore. So she's like this sucks like I just rather not do this anymore. Right. So but this rumor, this isn't this is in fact, this is rumor because people keep their keep going back and forth and saying some some sources say she's not leaving this show sums his sources as she's leaving the show. I. Can't imagine somebody as likely a annoyed with the whole situation who is known to be not a very nice person would want to continue to fake be nice and have to apologize and half to like kind of whatever because these rumors have been. Kind of like I for some reason I, keeping you Kevin Spacey Pre the abuse allegations like when everyone knew he was gay, but no one knew he was gay like it was weird thing where it was like if you knew, you knew if you didn't, you had no idea what be totally shocked it. Kind of feels like that type of Hollywood news where like everyone knew that Ellen was secretly mean except for Ellen fans who had no idea where living happily with ellen everyday of their life and like the show was wildly successful, right? very strange. A very strange thing. Do you think that this will happen because people are so bored in their craving, the Gospel, and then somebody just this is this is what I mean I, think it's I mean. It's a combination of a lot of things at one of is like the people finally speaking out about their employers. It's like finally like shutting down like the. The systemic issues and leg, not being corporate America and knowing that people will support them and believe them and believe them, and that like the media machine of Ellen isn't powerful enough to shut down. So many voices if enough come out and and we'll talk about it later in the episode, but it's like the it's similar to the. Vanessa. Morgan thing, it's it's shades of an ESA Morgan being like I'm going to speak up against the riverdale creators and the Riverdale producers because people are people are realizing that they can do that and they won't get like dumped on by the press or of their fans they will be seen as like heroes. But. It's also just like, I, Think Dakota Johnson had a tiny bit to do with it because Dakota Johnsons like Open crubaugh open open. Rudeness to Ellen SORTA. Gave People. I don't know permission to speak about rumors that she's an asshole more openly. They're like, it looks like that's what Dakota's referencing. So I didn't even know you liked me. Of course, I. Like you. You Knew I. Liked you. You've been on the show many times and don't I show like. But I did invite you and you didn't come. So this time you invited me, are you sure? How do you? I don't think. So ask everybody. Jonathan. Your producer. I was that, why didn't I go? I don't know that became a meme. You have people like Brad Garret and who else replied to him. Leah Tom's Tom's joins. She is mean she is. She. Yes. Now, I can't believe I just called the Thomson. So Deutsche US minor. That was obsessed the disease of this show right here. Yeah. Leah Thompson also respond to that and said Yep I mean, I just think that it's like no one was a true story note once you lose grip on the fear, you are the power you had over I mean, and it's funny because then you have scooter Braun coming out her being like Ellen is great. I. Love Allen is like so people still. Look at the people coming out and say L. Like scooters, hedging his bets at this, all go away and back to normal and Ellen will still be powerful and whatever, and then you have people speaking out i. just it's a fascinating reveal of a monolith almost kind of crumbling that you didn't think would ever. Be exposed like this. I didn't. It seems like Palmer is getting a lot of A lot of press over like a lot of tweets being could replace. Ellen is trending key Palmer got a lot. Tiffany haddish. Got A lot that woman who does the like trump impersonations? What's her name? Sarah? Cooper. She got a lot of people tweeting about her I mean, I think it's just bomber just someone who someone who actually. Got Some tweets booing reply Oh doodoo be from drag race also got A. Drag. Race. Got I. saw that. Yeah. But I think he palmer when you when you want someone who has like the resume as well like. You of don't WANNA, pick someone random like Sarah Cooper. As funny as she is on twitter, because like her her her skills as a as an interviewer, not proven whereas Kiki, Palmer is a link interviewer host. Yeah I mean I would say like the Ellen slots, big slot made we just move up the ladder. We get Kelly Clarkson in that slot. We get Drew Barrymore Kelly was and we get key. Palmer. Work. Curse, lot I know these are all people on different network. So it makes literally no sense but you. Better like we. We cannot confuse the audience. We must replace the Ellen show with someone named. Ellen. Ellen Ellen. Page's like don't look at me like another gay. Just like I will not I will. Zone POMPEO, she wouldn't do it. I. Don't I don't need Elon Pale. Ellen Page Ellen Popular, and Never Would Ellen Pompeo every interview Ellen Pao's ever done. It's been like I. Love Grey's Anatomy I. have nothing but free time like. She will never do that. You know who would do it. Who Ellen Barkin? Embark and all Ellen Barkin wants is a soapbox like did someone say soapbox?
"executive producer" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"And they knew how to deal with all the the the weather complications in and it was just a fantastic experience and. Work with a woman in Kate Ashfield. Kate was in Shaun of the dead I. Guess That's what she's most famous for. Okay and then several early great actors in this movie and. It was. Fun Trailer and watch the trailer on IMDB in a I was like, Oh, well, you kill everybody. What's interesting is that they? So they editor the trailer and sold that. Before we were done really filming finishing the movie. And we got done making the movie and the producer's like, Hey, you know we've got an issue here. This movies only eighty five minutes long and we promise them ninety. Ninety one. So we had to write an opening scene. We come up with our solve for this and we created a preface scene. And shot it at my neighbor's house, I put my neighbors in it a hired a couple of local Atlanta actors and we filmed that literally just everybody was getting ready at my house and shooting in my neighbors front yard and on their front porch and It's like, Hey, neighbors, how'd you like the dead people in a movie? But it was you never. Have A. Short of movie I mean it's always like way too long, winded and long and. I actually think the reason for that is our lead character lead actress spoke really fast and I honestly think that affected the length of the movie and I loved her tempo. It was great for the Vol- but. It played a lot faster than. It should have. But. It just shows you how resourceful you have to be when you make movies because it's it's not all glamor. People sitting around in these trailers for that's just a huge budget. Yeah. Yeah, and this was literally the producers like you've got two thousand dollars or some crazy small number to shoot this opening scene. So you know again you're asking your neighbors do you want to be in a movie and you get in local actors here who are both just make it happy and just make it happen and I remember calling the deep. Steady operated and like, Hey, you know. How Do this for five hundred dollars or whatever it might have been. And all your equipment and can you bring some lights and came rig and what else you got so But I think that being an Atlanta director and being loyal and faithful to my crews to my team members for years and years and years you know you you don't feel bad asking people for favors at some point because they know that you're going to be loyal to them and it's not going to be one of those. Hey, I'll get you on the next one type of situations and. Budget thing or commercial as a budget. You'll hire them again. So, loyalty loyalty is good. Okay. So from there you go to. Commercial spots well from the. Agency. So after after doing this low budget movie..
Atari Are Back Into Consoles - Where Are They Now?
"The timing for grams at votes you toy brand from Hasbro in renamed company Atari. So, we voted the first first time from Hasbro. Rename. The company Atari whilst world in we sold his company to Hedge Fund. Around Twenty two, thousand, six, two, thousand, seven game over graduate even begin to launch a shoulder. Alive, you'll left basically in story to do things on my own so I get investing in Games. Responsible, for Fitness Games, jeeter Michael or swing visiting Zombie Games. In Game Late Twenty twelve early twenty not to Hedge Fund which at both the company from US winter in into the nation in Vail. So the edge fund itself Wendy to. In be called me back in this love with finding for bankruptcy for jobs in the US. All you're interested. So. Twenty four hours to say a do it. Forty eight hours to. Find the money to buy back in US oil handed up. Becoming, the first of the major shoulder. Over Jari in twenty realty in two guests would say one year. To extricate ourselves with the bankruptcy process. At the time, the company was doing one meet in Euros of revenue and we. Around more than thirty million euros of. Debt so. was. Even the whole. And yes, one year to basically leave bankruptcy in the US and then three years to survive three years to reboot in DC where we are today. Now too long process, but you said like threat that whole time game so is that is that painting a passion like a personal passion for you? I've always liked you know new issue in games I'm the Not of not do producer I am more than the executive producer zero are. Tried to make things happen some set. To. have to rely on teams so It's The beauty of his business inc is you know you always want you create you don't know if he's is going to work. but if you wait in the most if It is just to realize acknowledged it'd be steak. So if you kill the game early enough, you will not lose money not not too much suit against it come back. It's like four right you wanna stay at the table so don't go in. for each project because you're going to end the bust I think it's just a question of you know amid a mistake. Let's get it. Let's stop here. Don't. Business Point during the game into the market because you're GONNA lose bovine. So join me because you have to be. Arab record in the analyses and your ignorance rich of any state as if you can follow me. Something I'd love to get your thoughts on to what I've seen in bit is, is they small indie studios may make say one mobile game it'll explode it'll go huge but then they really struggled to get that follow up game. Is there a lot of pressure from these studios? Maybe they've gained investment off the back of their previous success in the being pushed like you need more than a one hit wonder. I think the win seats in never run in the studio a who is being on the publisher side of the investor side or the executive produce aside so. It's a very difficult business Tell you want I you know it's like being tennis. You have one federer you have one the dog. Thousand Meetings of. Or? So people tend to look at one. Success Rightly, I would say, but visit outs look at these guys we have invested X. and they've met in one meeting thunder. In your yet but so it's great but don't forget. You have one fitter one dollar, your nuggets of Denny spares in the world. So you have. Millions of studios but drivenow studios. We didn't make it. So you have to be very mindful of act and then I would say the of issue. With the to studio that I've found is, is guys deb's in big gain of Utah everything inside the game in before you also did some marketing daughters, your some hours. So He's what received a lot of example than you know, sad stories for studios and great stories above issues where you know. That has invested more than. Adding to the game and the students Vancouver's do better but they don't have the mind to finish Beta on investing marketing issue with somebody was the money we physically speaking up though the project. So it's very, it's a, it's a very difficult situation in. What's going to do the Tories? reconized that than trying to out drank to basically. Bring product to some products to the market, but it's very difficult to. The point is once you have the game, usually the sequel is easy because you have a young money flowing obscene. Experience situation. So you don't have enough problems on after two years or three years at you like, okay. What do we wanted to?
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Okay. I got my start in TV in a slightly unusual way My uncle so living in England you could probably tell English But since I'm Mina giving Dan's my uncle was a documentary PA- Chiesa in living in the state to New York You had his own production company David Royal Productions and he called up my mother and said why would I be interested in coming out and doing an internship and Neil and that was in nineteen eighty nine or nineteen ninety? I think So before really New York have been cleaned up and it was adult dementia series that he wants me to work on which was talk mafia for a and so outside when innocently knowing really what. I was about to walk into and I came out to New York for a couple of months and was living in Harlem working on input like Bipolar Authority. Forty second And was doing this documentary series about Mafia which was being so shifting in the kind of meat mocking of Neil and I literally was traumatized by the entire experience. But not every single. I had loved every single. Second of at the same time and spending with a dead gang mobster luckily CIANO in the process and just fell enough with the mini storytelling. And I'm kind of this incredible like a no exposure for well that I never ever would have normally had any exposure to and so that was it. I was hooked. I literally was votes. You know from the from the get go and so I came back off the bat social experience and then I was at university Inexa and got involved in starting up at TV station that at the university and right big POPPA soap opera that we still in my house and then when we when I left university. I just write a send. Tau Probably Fifty Sixty. Let's netted hundreds of messages to every production company that I could think of asking for a job And I did a very short stint. Mtv in London looking for German Vitas For then I went to up for a documentary company wild and fresh productions and I stayed with them for a couple of years and then really go sort of sidelined into entertainment and you know with the dating shows I stopped. That's on in England called St might and then that was it. I was in on the entertainment route from then on so they kind of got derailed off. My documentary saw Quite quick today and I found myself doing anything about serious programming from analysts. What's how soon into the states before you were on dancing with the stars. Well I came here with the so So I came to the US about sixteen years. Ago fifteen or sixteen years ago and I had been working on the original dancing with the stars in England which was called strictly come dancing so I started positive development team of that and then say ran the first two seasons in the UK and then we go to co dot the show being sold to ABC Would I like go out to America's saw just say like start the show so I thought I was coming full three months and I packed my apartment up in a very short amount of time. I think it was like four days. We had nice coming And I came out here with a very small good facilities four or five. Oh actually that came out just launch thoughts with the stars in the US and really. We thought we were going to be half the amount on sent home packing. I'm very quickly because we didn't really know that the show would take off in the US But it did to surprise and I have stayed ever since then and I only I only unpacked my apartment so my stuff from England about two years ago I went storage unit. I know because I've always thought it was so I was acting a myth but yeah it was like going into time capsule that was full of VHS. Says and and you know re and 'cause that and it was. It was really bizarre. I think so. Yeah I came here with the show now in those early days. How hard was it for you guys to get people to agree to do the show really hard so we we go head in February of Hey for it must've been two thousand four yeah and we basically Had Sweet is cost contingencies in one of those and I remember. We were really struggling to to really book because you know. Boreham. Don't thing wasn't huge in the US. In the same way it wasn't such a kind of accepted parts of national culture as it was in the UK and in in the UK. It was hard to cost at the beginning but this is like really sort of challenging and It was also one of the first show of its kind. You know you're asking celebrities to step out of their comfort zone and do something that was not in that wheelhouse. You know it was a really different kind of show when it first started For the TV landscape and So I remember we were about Three or four weeks of from when we meant to show on getting taken to coffee bean in the grove by Then have unscripted them. Faa BC on today and By the EPA on dunk thing as. Well Conrad Bain. We all went that we were told you know under no such times. We didn't book a big name by the Friday. Oh I think it was and this must be in a Wednesday or something that we were getting home and that was it you know and initially the next day I think it was we booked on totally failed. Oh my gosh so we got sick but I mean it really was touching game you know So yeah we I mean we went into it really It was it was one of those things. Where even camera camera crews didn't WanNa work on the show because everybody thought it was a joke. You know everybody's so that boom dancing shows with gains CEO on that. Nobody was going to watch it. No was going to take part in that. I think agents had bets that we weren't gonNA cost it. It was really a little so that could you know I'm so it was really an amazing experience. All of us came over because we had such low expectations of the show. You know we didn't think it was going to work because everybody was so sort of down on And we just out here really having a bit of love you know So I came out here with Roadway who is now and sent over folks of of unscripted. I came here with Mistletoe ski WHO'S THE EP? Now or well done I didn't ski. Who is direct kind of every every big live? Music event performance there is including mosques singer and well dogs and many others And Jason Kerr as well. Who was he now is? I'm an executive over folks as well so we were the five five came together And you know we're different all of us and We just had a really great time. And then we're really kind of just sell shocks when the show was received so well here really. Did you call any of those agents that put? That's against you and tell him to suck it. No but I really should have done and I really were nearly dead again. Omar thing because they will have the same best going Randall as well interesting. I Yeah Yeah who would. We be surprised to know. Rejected your request for Participating during the first season of the stars everyone We know that demand Oh my goodness I'm trying to think it's really hard question We would turned down on the slave by So many people I mean we had a great cost in the end. Obviously but we would turn down by La. I remember now sorry. So the people talk about the trophy and how the seek wins and falling apart. We were you in charge of the trophy. Yes yes I am still teach. I fade No I loved. I loved the idea. This made me laugh and lot of my my decisions Shema Bay Usually and So the the idea to have kind of Shonky Tracy. Everybody's debts Britney contract competing for totally pretty well with me Because ultimately you know it the whole thing. My my whole The whole ethos I guess or you know I take things say safety but I do you know I like it when it's inauthentic right and I think that if you have a show that is funny and has fun to it and you. You can't use the kind of traditional traits of like. Oh my God if I you know I have. I think when this you know I'm going to never be able to live again on my life will be over or my entire world will fall apart. That tiny doesn't sit very well with comedy right and it doesn't really say that well with people having a great time and enjoying themselves so I think that if you remove that an intranet and you're competing instead for this extraordinarily safety but everybody does catch genuine. Neetu about winning it they do. They have wildly about winning. It and I love that so you know you. You're you're you're winning. You're competing for bragging. Rights really argue. I mean not ultimately what you're competing for. Its I won the Tracy But it was just. It was a decision we made really because also the celebrities were participating who you know very accomplished in their own worlds and fields. So you you've got to kind of be cognizant of that too you know and they need to be able to feel like it's okay to take pop because it is it is fun. It's not you know it's you know competing for great amount of money. You're competing for this trophy so you can. You can sort of hold your head up high. You know if you don't win it Holds your head up high if you do. It was a way of Allowing people to participate in wet you know until the K. two. I'm always having another show. That is such a fan favorites like a cult. Following is ladies of London and you create the show. Please tell everybody about the concept for the show and what it was like to film show so so Concept came about is a number of things that came together at the same time so firstly as you can tell from my accent. I am English America in just living in America and we all we were in this BBC. Worldwide's here in Los Angeles was in this open plan office and it was a very mixed crowd. Brits and Americans we always talk about constantly how Lou. We speak the same language but we could not be more different. You know about how You know sense of humor is all very very different in many ways. how they were very self deprecating the K? And it's ten to toe down everything which is the complete opposite of here in the US and you know of my experiences in sort of even crewing up a team in the US was so different to being in the UK In that you know we would in few PICO For jobs in the and in the UK you would tell you how you interview that you'd think you can do the job and you probably not that well qualified and they really. They can take a risk if they want to. But it may not go very well. And in the US you know people would tell me that we're executive producer. They hire someone and they weren't really actually really You know they say they could do it even if they didn't know that they could. And there were lots of different cultural things like that and so we used to talk about. Al Culture-clash is a lot in the office. So that was sort of one part of it and then we started looking into all princesses and they were from the early nineteen hundreds and in America families would send the doses living and To in the hopes of becoming a marine royalty and becoming a princess and so we'd sort of been having those conversations to and So really from that. I then started really thinking about doing a show You to the American American women living in London trying to break into the sets of London. Social scene on that you know culturally trying to break in and certainly living. My life is next. Patch hit the. Us had some sense of what that might be like And so you know I reached out a couple of people in the U K. Which that's my cousin who is married quite fancy non in Ingrid sort of Foster Park Bowl family and we start to costing director that we knew well Who also you know who who is who is quite well connected in the UK and so we started from that point downwards and really decided to Decided to sort of look at the you know some of the rules and regulations in English diety which also unfathomable ready to people I think in the US When you really start explaining how things work in the K. and about you know how we can. How so much about someone the minute? They open their mouths when that voice unknown did they go to boarding school. Did they come from a wealthy family? And did they come from an aquatic fine? They they come for more of a you know middle class working family and you know it's it's a lot of judgment that that's with no judgment in the UK really based on some very unusual things like.
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"With Casey. I'm hoping that you saw the show the bachelor presents. Listen to your heart. It's basically like the bachelor and the voice put together. In fact I think the contestants are either rejects from American idol voice etc and the Bachelor Bachelorette. I think it's like people who during the process of auditioning mentioned perhaps that they can play the spoons or the harmonica or that they have been a singer in some capacity school production and that the people from the show called them and said you know what we didn't think you were right for the Clare. Cawley Susan season or that. You would ever have a chance with pilot the Pete but we do think that you'd be great for this other train wreck that we're making. This is a show where twenty people are living in a mansion. They it's much bigger than the bachelor mansion because you can't conceive. Lee Put men and women in bunk beds in a small amount of rooms in a house. I mean it would be funny if it was like the challenge. But they don't even know each other so probably. There would be some legal issues if you didn't provide at least the with their own room so they're there for two hours. I mean it's the break the fourth wall and the minute on TV within two hours. They've disrobed from the outfit that the award in to introduce themselves to Chris Harrison outside the mansion and of course it's hose down the driveway just like the bachelor and They've said God I've been here for two hours here. I am already in the hot tub. They're making out with a stranger two hours later. The best part about it is you can only stay on the show if you're in a couple and this is their only chance to become the music stars that they believed themselves to be so they are willing to pretend that they're interested in someone and performed dumb songs for them with the hope that they can stay on the show so it's pretty good to watch because it's a disaster but in the best way and apparently by the end of it they have to perform for former bachelor nation people who were judging them which. I Find Hilarious. Like it's not even like a panel of judges with that have like you know accreditation. It's people that are criticizing you on your eyebrow movement and how like what your outfit look like when you sang the song so this is definitely not a show if you're if you have a degree from like Berkeley School of Music or Curtis School of Music. Because you'll slam your head against a wall but if you want a show about people who are making terrible decisions when it comes to love scene love ballads outfits. This is up your alley. The funniest thing is after a watch this. I watched another show called Song Land. Now this is a real show about real artists and this is the show to watch this week. So basically the whole point of the show is to discover songwriters so they pitch their original creations to superstar recording artists and a panel of chart topping music producers because they wanna have a career songwriters like a great music collaboration so they pair each songwriter with one of the three producers. Who are the panel of Judges? So that judges are Grammy Winner. Ryan Tetter for one republic. Grammy Nominated Ester Dean. She's written hits for Riana and Katy Perry and and this Guy Shane. Who IS THIS COUNTRY? Music icon with over forty number one records and country and to say it's pretty fascinating because you get to see that how they tweak a song and by the end event all three finalists have songs that you actually. WanNa listen to one of the songs I. It's been like two days now. I can't get it out of my head so if you love shows about music even if you don't I gotta be honest with you. I Know Jack Squat amount music. I don't even really care about music. I love this show. I thought it was the best show on TV this week. I'm also going to watch a show. That's on Friday. It's called too hot to handle and there's a ton of buzz about this. It's going to be on that flex and show produced by Fremantle and it consists of eight episodes and it's people that are too hot For their own. Good just like banging bodies so attractive. And they're gonNA win the chance to win. They're gonNA. They had the chance to win. One hundred thousand dollars but the kicker is they can't make out they can have sex with any money while they're stuck in this like Prison Studio prison. You know it's kind of like one of those love island kind of situations. It's like you're going to be surrounded by Super Hot people but you cannot make out with anybody some excited to watch because I think people go about shit crazy when they're really good looking and they're around other really good looking people enter on television. Now my episode this week this episode has what my favorite. Gus of all time. I've been dying to talk for a long time because she is such a big hitmaker. Tv and she's got the best personality is he. Picked Bar is responsible for bringing dancing with the stars to the US. She created ladies of London which is one of my favorite shows of all time and most importantly she is the person at.
"executive producer" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks
"For this career. I wanted to learn how to write stories and go out in the field so I would wait after hours and I would pull scripts out of the garbage. Five approved every shot of that. Show every shot dislike you do now. I still do starting at four fifty sites. Tell you if you knew nineteen years ago what you know now. Would you have taken this job? Okay well you're on fill in the blanks and this is a very special week for me. Because I'm getting the interview a very special person now. People always wonder really what goes on behind the scenes. What makes the Dr Phil? Show the Dr Phil Show. What makes it tick what goes into putting the show together and I've always said only half jokingly that I have this knack forgetting these gigs where somebody does all the work and I get all the credit and I'm really not joking when I say that and my guest today is going to be proof of that because for the first time ever on fill in the blanks? I'm talking to Karla Pennington. Now if you don't know let me tell you who Carl Pennington is. Carla is the executive producer of Dr Phil. That means she is the boss of the show. Everybody works for her including me all the staff. Everybody like two three hundred people. She's also the executive producer of the doctors. She's done other shows. She's executive producer of Daily Mail TV. She's involved in all of the shows that I do she's involved in Bowl sees involved in shows that we have right now one going on. Cbs All access has to do with animal rescue. That we're working on. She's working on a that. We're doing for the network right now. Just all kinds of things. She has as many balls in the air as I do. And she is a single mother of twins. We'll talk about that in a minute. But she is the executive producer of all of these shows. And we're GonNa talk about your background who she is and what's going on. So THAT'S CARLA PENNINGTON. So thanks for sitting down and doing this of course. I was shocked that you wanted to talk to me since she talked to me every day every day but nobody else does not get all these questions about you. Know how does the show come together and what goes on to make it happen in all and so I wanted to really answer that in a substantive way because most new shows start with one executive producer that doesn't survive the first year. I think I've seen statistic like it's eighty seven percent of the time if a show survives which usually doesn't right but if it does the executive producer doesn't survive because they either say. I've had all this. I want and go away or changes are made and so they bring in the second flight of people and executive producer. This doesn't survive. But I've had one executive producer and that you were eighteen season. You've been here for nineteen years because you're the first person brought on board and you built the entire staff for the Dr Phil Show Right. That's true so it was two thousand to tell the story about how I was hired so I think you should was painful. Ladies and gentlemen credibly painful. Though it was a it was a long process so I was working at entertainment tonight at the time. And one of the execs came to me and said would you be interested in working on a Dr Phil Show we? We were able to get Dr Phil. Apparently people were after you. The were yes and I said who just kidding. Just kidding yes and you know I hadn't interviewed for a job in many many years didn't even a fresh resume and so I quickly did that and I flew to Chicago Roy and walked into a very intimidating room. It was Oprah Oprah'S EP and about three paramount executives. You which can be intimidating in and of itself and terrible. I was terrible. I gave the public the worst interview of my career. Why did you say that I was rambling and babbling? I don't even remember what I've said we've always done but I remember there was a woman coming down the stairs as I was coming up the stairs and she was the one after my job. Of course Terry would made the mistake of saying Oh. She gave a really good interview which was really want. You WanNa tell me that. Thanks so that was that interview and then then I think I made the first. Obviously I've made the first cut and then I was flown to to Dallas Roy. I met Robin and I got a tour of CSI which is now based on your show. Bull Roy walked around there and then I think so that was down to the second round and then I didn't hear anything for Asia's really hello wasn't my God months really. Yeah I kind of forgot about it. I went on about my business and I was. You know raising my kids and they were like eighteen months at the time or something like that and then I got a call. I was At the park it was like six. Pm I got up early for entertainment tonight so I was already done for the day. And and UH Terry would called and said Phil wants to talk to you again and I said well. What else does that man needs.
"executive producer" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"My name is Antonio Producer. squawk box I've been with squawk box since two thousand five and we hear your voice a lot in the podcast. Yes so when people ask me what I do. I often say that I direct traffic. Let's go teasing next. Keep the train on the tracks so unfortunately I think sometimes that means that I'm the annoying one that keeps saying okay. That's enough time to move it or lose it. Sometimes we have guests that call into to the show and one of the jobs that you do is being the greeter. I'm thinking of two particular guests I called in this year so I love answering the phone in the control room. It's true and many any days feel producers and reporters but hands down our two. Most famous call in guests are Warren Buffett and president trump. I was totally thinking about Kris. Jenner Oh my also Kris Jenner. Thank you this is true. Chris thank you for calling in this morning thank you. I don't know who I was most nervous for the to speak to the phone. Crass President Trump's phone on call to squawk box earlier this year was a fairly singular segment originating when he wanted to respond to an appearance by the head of international affairs at the Chamber of Commerce. That's the largest it's lobby group for. US businesses tell me about that day because this was not something that we booked in advance. No it wasn't. We had a trade representative by the name of Myron brilliant booked in the a block and interestingly enough as he was almost cancelled the guests that we originally had booked couldn't get to the studio because of a snowstorm. I believe in Colorado a spring snowstorm. Something something freak soya's now for more myron brilliant. They had him on and he did his thing. And apparently the president was watching and texted. Joe In the middle of the conversation at Joe Walked off set and came into the control room and said all right. Let's do this and handed the phone. I said WHO's at. He goes to the United States work. So it's like hi Mr President how are you so how exactly do you want to do this. Just give you the number then. I got very nervous. I thought I might give them the wrong control number and then he said okay promoted make it big. I'M GONNA call in ten minutes visser president. Are you with us. I am with you. I guess Mr Brilliant Who was from the Chamber of Commerce? And you've got to see a part of that interview. Uh well I guess he's not so brilliant to me. I think that is the president's best media Joe Mbeki rolled with it and they were they were fantastic. Thank you very much such great easy. So bad that squawk pod for this first day of twenty twenty. Thank you for spending part of your New Year with with us and if you've been listening for a while thanks for sharing in launch squawk pot we debuted in the fall of twenty nine thousand nine. Our podcast is hybrid. That we hope offers you the smartest moments and best conversations from our three hour morning show with a little extra. It's a big day here at squawk box as we launch a new podcast. What does that that do exactly? How does audio and that is thanks to the squawk box? TV Anchors Joe Kernan Becky Quick Andrew Ross Sorkin as as well as the team behind the sounds squawk pot is produced by me. Katie Kramer and by Cameron Kosta Anthony Astro assisted on in this episode which was edited by Edward Fenner. Special shout out to the Squawk box studio and control room teams who keep the train moving every day and the bookers and producers who bring us. The show's great content. If you like what you hear. Subscribe to Squawk pod wherever you listen we will meet you back here tomorrow. Happy New Year so exciting.
"executive producer" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"That's where you. The Justice Department is increasingly focusing. And I'm not sure that they're out of touch with the American public when they're asking the broader questions about the implications of technology. Do you still. You tweeted out some favorable things. A you're not part of the Business Roundtable. You were favorable unfavorable about some of the new I don't know what they were I guess they were guidelines. I'm not I guess I wasn't solely virtually signaling. Although a lot of it was fashion statement. Yeah Mission Statement. Ah Was Milton. Friedman wrong that that That enhancing shareholder value kind of trickles down and takes care of a lot of different different issues. And you may not necessarily have to specifically say I'm going to be a good person. I mean you you stay within the law you satisfied customers you expand and your employee base shareholders benefit. You're doing exactly what you're supposed to do. You need to say you need to think about other things that if if you don't say that to shareholder value actually end up hurting someone well I think the Business Roundtable has really defined the issue correctly for the twenty-first century entry. Why because what they say is focused on customers? I take care of your employees be good stored from enhancing shareholder value though but I would argue that the opposite is even a better strategy. Take care of customers. I and in the long term. Okay I share it very very well and I would almost argue if you look at Microsoft. Look at what we've done over the last five or six years we've we've sued the United States government in two different administrations. I thought we needed to to protect customers or would you get bloated tech companies. I get bloated world enters a slowdown. You fire nobody. You don't tighten your belt. You're not profitable anymore. Everybody ends up having Ajab and when you were thinking only about your your employees in your unable to do some of the really tough things rationalize business that you why. Why won't that happen? But I think the point you're making is in good idea taken too far ends up creating problems and you think shareholder value and chasing that has been taken too so far. No okay. What I'm saying is look of course if you say that we're going to take care of our employees but never restructure the company? We're never gonNA let anybody go. That's not a sensible somebody for balance or someone somewhere else soon. You'RE GONNA end up. Okay let's do the privacy thing so we were talking. I I'M NOT GONNA add up the market caps APPs of all the companies that have stolen my data. But I don't believe freely give it to him and I'm fine should I am. I don't answer this but I'm a a sucker that I as I am but I love Google. Take everything I don't have any really nothing that interesting for me. I don't think but should I have demanded mandated more compensation for all this information that advertisers are getting about me. Well I think the first thing we need to do is equipped people with the knowledge. About how much data there is is about them empower them so they can make more decisions. I think interestingly maybe even ironically the leader in empowering people with knowledge about their data is the European -pinion when Leeds law from a year and a half ago. But we're the one company that said we're going to extend those benefits those rights to all of our customers everywhere in the world. Because we I do think that people have the right to know what data we have about them regardless of where they live will I think benefit if the market goes to work if there are more more opportunities for people to use their indifferently. EU did something. That's like what is it. The blind Kernel corn. How does that anyway so they actually? That's good anyway. We're out of time. 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"executive producer" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"These state attorneys general of fifty of them who are going after big tech writ large. I have to say all of the Times every day. We talk about this issue. We almost never bring up. Microsoft is part of that and that's kind of hard to imagine when Microsoft used to be the evil empire that the regulators were focusing on. You guys have really avoided this how what happened. What was the transformation at Microsoft? What's it like being there now watching this with other companies buddies? Well we were the first graduate of the School of hard knocks when it came to technology and antitrust You know it's easy for people to forget today today that in the late one thousand nine hundred ninety s year two thousand the US government and twenty state attorneys general were seeking to break up Microsoft We learned a lot of valuable lessons and the first thing we do every day is try to remember them. Because Elliott one of the lessons we learned. Is You have to really look at yourself in the mirror. You have to be able to see what other people see and not just what you like to see in yourself. You have to understand the problems that people are raising which means you have to get out and listen to them and then you have to be prepared to start solving problems. You have to compromise in order to find a path forward. If you look at the history of the Anti Trust and big tech which didn't start with Microsoft. They actually started with standard oil and the tech of the early twentieth century. One of the real lessons is is that when these things start they last a long time the entire Microsoft instead of issues lasted twenty nine years which was less time same than it took for IBM or. At and T.. And so you know. I think there's a lot of common sense. Frankly and what. We took away better to figure out how to solve problems than just keep hiring more lawyers to fight them. Bill Gates himself has said that he thinks folks that investigation not only from state's attorney general but from the US government. That really caused him to take his eye off the ball and some situations because he had to spend so much time focused on that probably the same for the rest of the top management. There do you think that that is likely to repeat itself with some of the other big companies today. How difficult is it to be trying to lead in your industry mystery and find all the changes that are coming even faster today than they were back then but also be dealing with such huge questions coming not only from the US government from the State Attorney General's from the EU from all over the place? If there's one thing that is clear to all of us sort of the laws of physics time is finite every hour you spend doing one thing. You can't spend that our doing something else in those years. Microsoft Bill Gates Steve Bomber. All of us we had to spend a lot of hours focused on antitrust issues depositions settlement negotiations the issues of the day. You can't help but wonder what you would have done. If she could have had that time back it's the opportunity cost of time and I still remember when one the members of our board of directors said that in the board room in the early two thousands and it's a comment that has always stuck with me. You've got to decide where you're going to spend spend your time and when you're in the tech sector when the world is changing when the technology is moving so fast spending it on antitrust issues. Probably he's not where most CEOS are. Seniors would want to allocate their attention once the wheels of the federal state governments get get ramped up and start rolling like this though. Is it too late. Is there anything any of these companies can do to to stop a the onslaught that is probably coming. I think that there is a lot of inertia to these things and I think your question points that out the answer I would say is it's never too late and the real question for for all service really is. What are the problems that we want to see the world solve? And that's really why we wrote this book and You can talk about economic power and the like but a lot of what really I think weighs on people's minds is what it means for them. Personally what does this mean for my data. What does is this mean for my security and I think the more we can work together across the tech sector to address the root issues that way on people's minds the most? It's not going to end every issue for every individual company but it will create a healthier climate and I think it's a healthier climate not just for the tech sector but for the entire US economy because the truth is almost every company is becoming a tech company in part so when we talk about ethical principles for artificial oh intelligence we recognize we need to create these not only for ourselves we need to get out and share them with our customers and so when you put it in that broad perspective than it's like it's not a day too late but we'd better not wait until tomorrow you hard to solve the world's problems of the few go out of business so I mean we do need to stay profitable audible. I mean it's nice to WanNa help everyone. But but that's part of it. Let's just get to what companies mandate really your lean. Lean and hungry. Your new. You WanNA crush competition. That seems like what what you WANNA do. You want to be so good at what you do that. You're not worried about competitors you're worried about your customers you're worried about surviving everything. Suddenly you get to a point where you're so good at what you do that people start calling you monopoly when you haven't really employed any monopolistic. Ballistic practices necessarily because you're hurting competitors. Not Having a Microsoft over in Europe because they got a different idea of how antitrust works should we immediately. I assume that there's something untoward going on with the company just because it has a huge market tapping dominant position or is exactly what you were trying to do right from the beginning. I don't think that one should ever equate size in and of itself with with with a potential threat or harm I do think that with power comes responsibility and the point we make in the book. Look if you create technology that changes the world you do a barrel responsibility to help address the world that you've helped create and specifically to address your question. You want to move fast. But you need some guardrails the guardrails keep you on the road knowing what you stand for knowing what your principles are knowing what you want to avoid. I believe in the long run. That's what serves companies and the share and the shareholders to companies. That are in the crosshairs of the so. They have nothing in common other other than being really successful in being very much. How can all of them? But how do we suspect all of them of doing things that are core going things that need guardrails as well the the archive. Not here to advocate for antitrust action against others in the tech sector. I am here to advocate for work that we all need to do to address the issues that technology has created for the world and get at the underlying problem. Father if consumers are not being harmed in fact are benefiting where everything basically it's cheaper than it ever has been and it's almost free do we need. How do we know when to worry about? Emerging competitor being blocked when it's no longer hurting the the consumer or the customer. That's who you normally think of but suddenly you're worried about competitively. That new entrance aren't getting in. How do how do you decide when that's a real issue? Well I think that you do what you just suggested you ask. What's the problem here? Is there a problem that needs to be solved. Our competitors being in harm or blocked by offering their APPs on an APP store for example. That's an example. It's a specific competitors as if I was a starting a business when when you well. And that's why antitrust law in the United States and around the world says that you can do that when you're small but once you have a certain size a certain position in the marketplace place you don't have that same freedom to maneuver I do think there's this broader dimension to increasingly antitrust law today which looks beyond traditional national competitive and economic harm and it does ask what is the impact of this on data. What is the impact of this on democracy? And that's.
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"That Just because it was funny like she was such a you know so Exactly what you wanted her to be. And it was very surreal whole Because you know you can't plan that kind of stuff you can hope or it but then it just sort of happens you know. I mean he picks them. I'm for real so well. The issue was like that absolutely lovely. The show was so successful it had an average of thirty four point. Six six million viewers tuning into the season. One finale can you believe that I mean that those numbers are unbelievable crazy rate so we shot the show rap like right before Thanksgiving we get back. I mean it was the most exhaustive awesome. I've ever been and I'm just laying on the couch watching television and and you know we think we're going to air and like March or April. Maybe this summer and I'm lying on the couch and it says is Joe millionaire premiering January second. I was like well. That's what we need it for January. The second I call Mike. I'm like Mike I thought we weren't premiering until the spring and he was like nope. Change my mom. We're putting you on right away. You got great stuff. And so we worked around the clock to edit that show I mean I have. I worked so many hours that I had to have a day day assistant on the night. Wow because we had so little time You know to get through all that footage and and and and craft that show so we were delivering episodes as they were airing unbelievable. Vive really didn't and you're working around the clock so we didn't really know everything that was going on about like the Saturday night live skit. I've never seen about it but like we were you're in this bubble of of post production and You know and then and then the finale airs and then you know you sleep for a month and so so Yeah we KINDA KINDA missed it. I mean there was a point. We're drinking so much coffee. I got really obsessed with the coffee. Mate Hazelnut creamer and I started calling it crack cocaine because the only thing that could keep me going and I remember saying to like a production assistant just like I need you to get any more cocaine and they were like. They went to the line for this narrow problem. And they're like no she meant coffee mate. For God's sake they get her. The coffee made so yeah. It was It was really crazy and we We work we were through it so he chooses Zora and the and end they split one million dollars. Obviously the relationship did not last he goes back to contracting in Orange County. California on like we're in the world is Zora ago. Do we know so. She became a spokesperson for weight watchers. Wow she didn't like weightlifters commercials you can find them on the Internet. Yeah and then I think she got married and let let us we life. I don't know and then Sarah did playboy. Of course she did of course and then he just disappeared off. The face of era just never did interviews after that she did a lot of really really angry interviews and And then playboy which I had framed on my office forever And then I don't know what happened to her. Yeah I don't know what's the one thing that you wish made it to the show that we never got to see So we thought about shooting this scene after Oscar it was all over and we never did So the whole concept apt. Was You win a million dollars and believe me like trying to write the explanation of why you got a million dollars for being on the show with like a lot of like fancy footwork like because magic exists in love is magic and magic is here. And here's a million dollars. I was like we giving them money. Running right And so but we you know it's it's a game show and so you know her. FCC Regulations You have to have a lot of rules in in place and so we had a lot of rules in place and one of the rules that have never knew. Is that nobody. Nobody has if if at the end of the show he says to her. Meet me at the search. There was it was like a horse. Stable meet me at the church and If you still want me now that you know actually construction worker and I'm not a millionaire. If you still like me. Meet me the church at noon. And so then he's waiting and then of course she does meet him and the oldest magical stuff happen but if she had not shown up he would've gotten the whole million. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. I don't know it was pretty darn great the way that it ended. I mean I think it's one of the greatest shows that ever was i. I can't tell you how many people still talk about it. I mean it's just such a great concept and g you look back and just think thank God I was part of that because what an experience Yeah I mean it was one of those released of Surreal And it was. It was one of those like sort of like reatives tumbles that you take you know there were so many creative risks that that I got to take on that show partly because it was a a genre that was so new and it was so inexpensive expensive To shoot these reality shows compared to all the scripted shows that that all these networks had on right like we were like Simba full of money and so we didn't have a ton of oversight plus. This show was a big secret right so really very few people knew what was happening But still so you know we were with these low budget shows and Mike are now with always willing to take a ton of great abreast. And you know we had this host to just like wasn't a great and it wasn't really working with her and One of the things that we decided ahead of time was like I haven't needs a butler like we need more things to make him see wealthy because he just wasn't going to be pulling that off so I went to like butlers dot com. Tom and we found like a butler. And we just hired him and he was so good. Yeah really charming. And so after we finished in the show I had this idea Eh. We could like really play up the comedy and make it almost like a masterpiece theatre deiter booth and so I went shell who I worked for and I said okay I have this totally crazy idea put paw aw in front of a fireplace. A snifter liquor and he's swirling it and we open and close every show with him kind of like giving us very funny overview overview and. He was like that sounds insane. I was like I know. It's like either really brilliant or really awful but like price sit out like ten grand found this place in Pasadena we can shoot them all at once like bought me money like let's just give it a shot because why not and so we when we shop these crazy wraparound with Butler and then we re cut the show you know to make him a much bigger character than he was at the time he was just meant to sort bring messages in and out and You know you look at today and it's like this crazy bananas thing where there's some like Butler in front of a fire opening and closing the show. I mean it. It's very surreal and so much fun. And and that's what I love the most if you got to kind kind of take these crazy risks and subtitle people running through the woods and have you know birds land on or shoulder because she was so sweet and You know kind of make this really out of the box Hamady where nobody really expected a comedy you know. I think my goal was like if people tune in and they think that they're going to see that women are gold diggers and instead we we make fun of the Bachelor we booth it and and we you know we make at this comedy but with a lot of heart at its core And so yeah it was was well. I can't tell you how much I appreciate. You telling me all these stories because it takes me right back to two thousand three watching it. It was such Gotcha great show. I'm I'm sure that you look back and think that was like three minutes ago but like that show deserves serves the the trophy of all trophies. Very well done and again. I appreciate your time if People Wanna learn more about you and then the projects. So you've worked on. Where can they Look look that up Well I built a website. Liz Bronstein DOT COM. And they go there. There's a couple of clips of the different shows I've done since then and Yeah let's DOT com. Thank you so much I appreciate. She did yeah. Thank you and thank you for doing this. Really Cool podcast. I've listened to a bunch of episodes. And you're you're a great interviewer and and it's so great having somebody can and dive into the history of this really fun genre. Jimmy Taylor is.
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"A horse and we were take that he would just fall right off and so we had him ride like the tiniest distance on my the oldest force could find. I mean you're so you're saying it and I absolutely remember but I think that the part of that you're totally right. It was almost like a ROM com because he seemed so funny. Johny the whole thing just seemed like absolutely hilarious. How were you able to find women to cast because when this show came about it was way before you had contestants that were really about you know? Obviously growing their instagram fame. And we're really savvy to the entertainment industry three. So how were you able to find. Women like the two finalists who really felt like. They were plucked from obscurity and had normal jobs. Well they they really were plucked from obscurity. I mean you're absolutely right. This was you know bachelor had an on for one season this genre was in its infancy and you you know there was. There was no sort of comedy trope of. I'm not here to make friends. The girls were all over the place like some of the girls were there to get famous. I mean there were a lot of times. We had cut out conversations where they talked about which morning shows that they wanted to be on the show. Oh my really At yeah even back then. We're like this is GonNa launch me and there were other girls. Were just genuinely there to have denture. you know. I can't say any of them more so naive that they really thought that they fall in love but but it was a much different time. They weren't sort of J. as jaded and cynical As they are now and much more innocent did they. Were there situations that you had to cut out out while you were filming where someone was starting to question whether or not he was legitimately from this wealthy family. Well they never questioned whether or not. He was from a wealthy family but a lot of some didn't like him very much. That was what we had to cut around like. Evan wasn't particularly charming with the girls. He wasn't really that interested in them. I'm not saying that he didn't like women but you know he just didn't care that much he wasn't really there to find love and there were times where I would say like Evan. Just go to dinner with this woman afterwards. I'll let you have a pizza party with these guys and it'd be like okay do it. Yeah and you know the girls could sense mm fat he you know. He wasn't romancing that he was sort of phoning it in and he wasn't sophisticated and he wasn't charming and they for the most part they were not smitten with him and and so we had to cut around a lot of that. Like you like Evan. I don't really do you do You know so but part of what you do on those shows and now the people who who have made these shows for these last years have announced with science and we were just learning and at the time as you know once you cut off all contacts with the outside world you know you you you create this really unreal environment and so these. These contestants live in this bubble Play up constantly this idea that he is amazing and I would interview the girls constantly. You know on camera and I would just say things like Oh my God. You're so lucky to get be getting to meet him. He's so amazing isn't he. And you know all the producers we constantly were were playing up. How terrific? Evan was and you know you. Don't you're not reading a newspaper these girls you see TV. You're not reading the Internet. You can talk to your family. And so you know the idea on these shows is that you create this this really sort of surreal the environment where the contestants are to believe that Success Equals winning this thing. I mean I'm sure a lot of other producers talk to you about that you know. There's there's a real kind of Method to it we were doing in the dark. We were figuring it out. I've never done a show like this and We were just kind out of bumbling through it. How often were the women sort of processing that like? I don't really like this guy but I know this is a great opportunity the need for me. How can I stay in this game? Can I make it through. Because I know in the end it will propel me somewhere. Did you get get a sense that there were a lot of women that were kind of caught in that spot and if so how did you kind of keep them on course because in the end you really want somebody study to be at the end of this thinking that they want to be with him. Yeah absolutely I think it's human nature or you know as the field gets whittled down the people who are still there get more and more into it. Yeah so you see it on all these shows you know they might start Out there like no I just signed up for this and then when they think that they have a chance of winning they take it more and more seriously so as the field narrowed down it it get get it becomes very very serious girls. I think I mean listen. It was a long time ago But you know they offered to take it a lot more seriously. Do you think that there were women that were let go and thought thank God i. I'm glad I didn't have to be in the end of this and have to make a real decision. Oh I think so I think so I mean he. He was not a delight to be around. And you know. You're sorry Evan. If you're listening to this but I don't think he'll argue with me. That was not the best forty days of your life. And you know you're in this castle in the middle look nowhere and like the castle like not beautiful inside like it was a lot et cetera. Thing and you don't really get to do anything until we take you out on a date with him and so it's really boring And so I think a lot of them were like. Oh finally but of course you don't let them leave because they were going to go home and the a lot of you know there's a lot of nondisclosures and that's a whole oh simple thing But yes I think I think there were plenty of girls who were like. Get me out here for sure. So let's talk about the physical part of the show show like the actual making out no of course runner up. Sarah closer received notoriety when the media reported that during the course of the show she had appeared in bondage videos while while attending law school. I'm sure none of you knew that beforehand Or I'm assuming that you didn't know that beforehand and then there was a scene from the show that implied that they had had kind of made out heavy on a walk together and she claim that nothing actually happened so so two things It was foot fetish videos to make it even more salacious That that she was found to have don and no we had no idea right like Google it. You just wasn't that easy to find all this stuff out about people and we found out in the process when the press revealed revealed it So about that scene in the woods it was funny. I was at a discovery. You know the channel Discovery Big Producers Party a couple of years ago and This reporter came up to me and said Ed I said I'm Liz Bronstein and he. He introduced himself and I introduced myself and he said I know who you are. I have two questions for you. He's like I and he brought up the scene from jockeys which was so obscure and he figured out the tiniest cheat that we had done in a race. Where like you know jockey hadn't been in the race and we had implied imply the jockey was in the race and and I was like you're right? I mean you notice that you're absolutely right that that was a bit of achieve and then he said and I got I didn't know about the scene in the woods is also eighteen years ago like I've got no so here's the deal with seen in the woods. I kept saying to all of them to Evan. And all of the women do not run away from us. Do not take your microphones off like you guys all signed up for this like you know you're in this with us like when you let us film things then we see the reality but if you run away then you know. We don't know what happened so just don't do it and of course they did it But they forgot to take their mics off. So there's so thrilled that they managed to outrun. You know cameramen looking gigantic cameras. But we still have their mikes so you know it was this thing where at the time fine. We will really bummed out like I can remember being in the control room and it was this big crisis and evidence. Sarah lost the cameraman or like. Oh my God going to do. And he's going to be a great scene and we were all really glum and you had to give them a talking to and And then we were at it and you know here we have the the shot where they they run away from the cameraman and you see them disappear into the woods and and then audio just kept playing and I was like like wait. I've got play. Wait what what I was like you guys. Let's just lower this audio If we're doing a ROM com and we were You Know Hell. Let's whatever we think we're hearing let's just lower third at your probably excited because other point no one really wanted to make out with them so it's probably like finally someone's actually into the sky we we gotta show now exactly so I was the juiciest pick up for sure so we ended up choosing this woman named Zora now. Oh she seemed like snow white like a somebody who was a saint that like rocked babies to sleep. was that impression correct. She was heaven sent. We couldn't believe our law. She was exactly that she couldn't have been kinder or sweeter or more genuine and she really liked him like she genuinely genuinely felt a connection with him and You know here. It was dispersed sort of classic. You know the blonde and the Brunette and you know one. One is pure as a driven snow one is kind of conniving and did fetish porn which we didn't find out so later And in fact there was this one. We see where Zora was out in the woods. I think it can remember. And she was sitting under a tree and she just so Oh snow white ish and you wouldn't believe how rigging sweet and Nice and scroll was. I was like you know what let's get. Some animated birds in having housing land on her shoulder like she is now and we.
"executive producer" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"That you're having a great week week. Today was my son's eighth birthday. I cried at least five times. I'm a total wreck. When it's my kids birthdays? I just go back to the day they were born and I just think about it and then I start losing my mind and I weep in front of people and it's highly embarrassing. That's normal right to just totally cry when you think of your child's birth. I've also been keeping myself busy this week by watching the new season of the crown. I cannot overstate how fantastic the show is now. It's a scripted drama but it almost feels like a reality television show because you're getting an inside look into history having to do with the royal family now. I don't think there's anybody that interest most people more at this point than what's going behind the scenes at Kensington Indian Palace especially between William and Kate and Megan and hairy. So I love the crown because and I might add. This is the only show that I can watch with my husband husband because you know he watches war movies and he watches shows like billions and succession. And I watch garbage shows so this is the one that we can watch together. And and it's my favorite kind of show because we google the entire time. There's so much British history that I never knew about and you can't believe the stories is that have gone on that we never knew about an. It's because the people who work at the Castle Kensington Palace are masterful in doing lean crisis. Pr They have covered up so many stories that the crown reveals that. You can't even believe it so I don't know I kind of feel like if view love reality shows you're going to love the crown so please watch it and also Andrew being in the news all the time right now. It reminded me that I heard a rumor a couple years ago ago. That Angie Everhart son is really Prince Andrew. Whose child is that true and somebody kind of do some research on it? I feel like I heard that I don't know if I've ever seen pictures of her son so I don't know that was something that I heard this episode. I'm freaking gain out about not only because I asked Jamie keilor's to watch unpolished on. TLC which is a new show and his take is so funny. But I've got a chance to talk to Liz Bronstein. who was the show runner and CO executive producer of a fantastic show that lives in infamy called Joe Millionaire it aired in two thousand three on Fox and it was like nothing we ever seen because Fox put together show that was basically earliest spoof about the bachelor but got someone to pretend that they were a really really wealthy heir to the Marriott fortune but was in fact just a construction -struction worker and the whole theme of the show is like Ken? We full these women. Will they think that he is Joe Millionaire and then at the end. If they're the finalist list they get to find out. He's really construction worker and the real question is will she stay with him if she knows he doesn't have the money. And I'm telling you people going bananas for the show. It has the highest rated finale in reality television history. It was like thirty four point six million which is on heard of you think of like in basic like a week real housewives of Orange County. We'll get like one point. Two million viewers thirty four point six million people and I just remember Knbr was on the cover of magazines. People went crazy for it. Of course there were less reality shows them and people were really captivated at that time with the bachelor so this this kind of gives you a little glimpse into or audio glimpse into what the show was about There was an average Joe. The living by simply moving to a we need married Ninety thousand dollars the year. What will happen when every Multi millionaire red wine going there. He talked the ways of the world. Now.
"executive producer" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"BITCOIN radio. What's up Crypto coin intruder community. I am Joe Blackbird host. It's good to be live again. It's actually been probably a few weeks. Maybe three weeks and you know I feel like honestly mostly you know. Live videos are home for me like this is what I know to do. It's like in my blood at this point and I've been doing podcast now for the last six weeks. You know it. It makes it really fun to kind of. Come back to what I'm used to. What I'm good at I mean I hope I'm good about the podcasting is great and I'm really grateful for all the all the encouragement all the support all the listeners specifically the listeners right and today. I'm going to introduce you to our executive. Executive Producer Josh Donaldson L. Bring him on momentarily but hey look if you're just bored sitting around today and you want to be part of this is going to be episode twenty two right so this is going to literally be the next episode of Bitcoin Radio and we're GONNA at least do this once a week where I hop on. Maybe Josh Showings in and out but I want to encourage orig- the listeners at home where the people at home who want to be part of this who want to have a voice who wanna have thoughts or questions addressed. I think it's absolutely absolutely relevant in an awesome for you guys to participate in this so you know may or may not work out today. I do know this. You have to be on a computer. You've got to be using chrome or fire. Fox or chrome compatible browser for this to work and if you don't want to if you don't want to show your pretty face or if you want you want to be anonymous one where mask. I'm okay with that right or you can just darken on your screen or put your thumb over it. Maybe some tape whatever it might be anyways guys welcome to again like I said episode twenty two. This'll be the next episode of a Bitcoin radio all right now now as I just mentioned. We're going to join US very shortly. momentarily he'll be on. I want to introduce Josh to the Bitcoin community and the Crypto Coin Tray community community that that is watching right now and cheers to all you who are watching leave some comments say hello but but Josh Donaldson who's the executive producer for the BITCOIN radio. Show podcast is also friend of mine and this guy is more than just you know someone who helps out bitcoin radio. He's done a lot and he's got a really awesome story. He's got a really interesting person but more importantly what I really. WanNa point out is that he's been absolutely influential. In the growth in where BITCOIN radio is today. I would say say that we as Bitcoin radio goes you know the success that we've been able to obtain and the amount of viewership obviously has a lot to do with the initial community that that's part of it cvt what's up. David what's up Ashley Mouse built in the House and having the opportunity to not just interact as bitcoin radio with the community and and I'll I'll even back up a little bit. Josh Donaldson has made such an impact on me as a person that I really want everybody here to Yeah No. That's the easiest way to say it so I'm going to bring here Josh on Josh. I think you're ready to bring on here in a second but if you have questions or comments please feel free to ask dimmer interject or to request to come join us. I'm happy to have you on. I look forward to it. You know it's going to be a Lotta. Fun anyways without further. Ado let's bring on Josh De Vegas Vegas. What's up? Josh may man Joe Lambeau what's going on today. I feel like a menu home court. I was down to do the podcast gas. We're playing live. It's like I'm I'm playing. I'm a Peewee peewee basketball and I'm playing against Lebron. I like it. Just call me Lebron James. I'll take all day no obviously Josh you're. You're more than prepared for this at any given moment. You've been around for a long time doing a lot of cool. Things and you have a great story to tell so. Let's go ahead and introduce you. Josh Josh first off. Tell us who you are. I mean Josh debates. I mean what does that even mean well. It's just because I spent fourteen years of my life working on the Las Vegas Strip up and the largest chunk of my adulthood was on there that was a moniker that that came early on in that and just kinda stuck so so you know I i. I've tried to get from time to time but it's definitely my twitter handle so I gotta I gotTa shout out twitter handle absolutely not you know it's only a matter of time till people like start naming their kids at you know John Smith Right. We're not I hope not but surely it's coming. I mean what's I can't believe. It hasn't happened yet. That people aren't actually literally naming their kids that twitter. Is that a thing. I don't think so I mean I get or somebody in a tattoo with their twitter handle. I'm sure people done that all right so let's kind of keep going with you. Josh Executive Producer for BITCOIN radio. Obviously I kind of surprise you earlier in the week or last week and I said Hey Josh WanNa do this. this one of the interviews with you and I was surprised that you're surprised you know I I feel like this is well-deserved and it's awesome for me to be able to set up here next to you and you know we had Jim Scam Polian a few weeks back and it was awesome to have him on because he interviewed me but this was. It's GonNa be a little different. I I really want the big wing radio community to get a chance to know who you are and to see how credible and what we're actually going to build with this platform in this This brand and I ah you know I can say as much as I want. A lot of people know me throughout Crypto but I've always been really really calm and really quiet on what the intentions are for what I wanted to be and regardless Josh you bring that level of credibility and legitimacy that I've been trying to you know figure figure out how I was going to do it myself and low behold as a gift from God himself you know Josh shows up in my life and you know me and Josh have become pretty good friends. I would say we bonded over medieval things between our you know our faith and our ability to to see you know what Bitcoin Radio Camby but let's just kind of go ahead and start with you know who you are far as a person and while you're even doing bitcoin radio yeah no absolutely I definitely I. I think that I like to find myself. Somebody who's he's a bit of a technologist. you know. I don't code but I I have an understanding of technology and passion for it a group in Seattle and we always followed Microsoft Bill Gates and turned and you know that we were a huge tech hub in in the nineties before the valley really really got known for some of these larger companies than so my career was based around music but technology was always where my heart was and my dear friend Patrick mclain nine CDC CEO of Mouse Belt came to me and my ass melt and said that he had a brilliant idea of pairing you with me and and he saw something in the U. and I didn't and then nobody else did and here we are. I think that bitcoin radio is something that hopefully you know we feel a little bit different than what everybody else is doing out there and you know the. H- Kudos to lower Shin pomp and to what Bitcoin Dead Peter McCormick and Charlie Schram and all the you know the backup is all the great of podcasts that are out there. you know hopefully we can find our own voice and do something a little bit different. You know we're we're still getting getting our legs underneath of us. It's about six weeks as we said I think it's going to be about three to six months before we really find our identity but I would hope my vision vision for us is for you to be you know a bit of a an extended mouth of the community. You know people can trust you. I trust you. You're very trustworthy person and I think the community can come to you and you have a strong community in CPT and people trust you with their thoughts and opinions and you know you're. You're an honest person and I think that what we want big win. Radio is just an extension of who you are and something that somebody's we're listening to what the community has to say and we're embracing that and I appreciate the complements to Josh. It goes both ways up. You brought up Patrick amounts about you know what's interesting. Interesting is the first time I mean I really got a chance to know Patrick about a year ago or so little little over a year ago he called. I was in Hong Kong and I was sitting with with Jeffer- tippy and injects been on C. T. before he's a funny guy. He's a lot of fun and and Jeff's like Patrick in Gaylon from from Ouseba. I was like man I that name sounds familiar you know and I mean obviously I'd seen and heard about mouse and I interacted with Patrick on small occasions occasions but he just called up Patrick. He's like Hey y'all gotta talk on the phone and so I did right and and me and Patrick immediately hit it off and obviously that that led to build a friendship around you know what they were trying to do and Patrick for all the crazy ideas these had I mean. It's been a lot of fun watching a lot of them. Come to fruition and one are those like as you said is is he noticed you know you were in a situation where you might have the opportunity to step away from what you're doing and and joined the team and he introduced us by just literally doing kind of the same thing. Jeff did he called you on facetime and just handed me the phone. He was like three o'clock the morning my time you know I don't want to was exactly the most sober person but I called called you and it was like ten o'clock in the morning for you and or maybe I don't three o'clock in the afternoon news like twelve hours difference my mask horrible but regardless we got a chance to interact and for the first time when I was in Thailand highland and that was so much fun and I look back now on that first introduction Josh and where we are today..
"executive producer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Our executive producer is Kristin Hey Greg well it's happened again and this is I don't care who you are if you're a conservative all of your a right leaning journalist whatever the case may be and you're out in public in your covering events you better arm yourself you better protect yourself because out in Portland what happened over the weekend is just inexcusable it's unacceptable that that city who is a spineless gutless merde Ted Willis a Wheeler I was basically Ste Ste orders police to stand down and let the and T. four thugs run rampant okay they openly gay right leaning journalist by the name of anti no was beaten up by anti fur activists at a Portland protest the attack was recorded in part by the Oregonian posted on Twitter it came during Saturday's rose city anti for counter protest and you keep hearing the media saying that the well no did a bloody cuts and bruises on his face and I am I'm hearing as a brain bleed which is a a concussion that he was they were throwing milk shakes out and let me tell you what the milkshakes work these were in milkshake cops but this was fast drying cement there was mixed it with water that is much harder than a milkshake a Mister no set in a post I just got beat up by the crowd no police at all in the middle of the street no was targeted in online posts by the anti for crowd they so they were after him specifically liberal journalists were trying to make excuses saying well of it was so bad how come we weren't attacked us because you're a bunch of leftist also now multiple sold three arrests have been made finally after the Portland PD themselves got attacked and that's when they start arresting people one officers were struck and not win innocent civilians I've posted a video this morning on the Facebook page you should see it there's a the Portland anti for beating up people with crowbars all other weapons an elderly man was left covered in blood because of this violence in the Ted Cruz is now calling for a federal investigation of charges to be filed against the Portland mayor after this attack or series of attacks cruise tweeted for to federal law enforcement investigate and bring legal action against the mayor was for political reasons or his police officers to let citizens be attacked by domestic terrorists and Frank I still don't know why today that it is allowed and permissible for people to dress up in full masks and and cover their identities and go out on these wild rampaging assaults and attacks and there can't be charges brought against these individuals and then the other thing too is that you understand teeth of of crowd you have to question who is basically financing them because an who's helping to organize them obviously you can start looking at some left leaning fat cats who are you know interested in and destabilizing this country but I'd like to know that I'd also like to know as you indicated how it is that they can wear these mass where if you have you or I would do something like that we wore a mask walking down the street we regular or you know at least pulled over and questioned by police and may be told to take the mask off somebody that is wearing a mask and I'm not talking for religious purposes but somebody's wearing a mask is trying to hide something they're about ready to do something illegal you know whether they're walking into a bank with a mask bank robber or whether they're out at a protest and they were wearing assault globes they were using this fast drying cement these guys were out to hurt people and the four Portland to put up with this kind of behavior they ought to be ashamed of this is all American it is it is anti American is on American because right so you don't agree with the guy find get out there and show it to your your your longs give out but to assault people this and and and the president needs to step up on this he means and where bill bar at the justice department needed to ask the FBI whoever else with it eighty of whatever needs to be involved in this to investigate these thugs these anti apartheid to infiltrate them and to take them down they should be labeled a domestic terrorist group why because they are their domestic terrorists and they're out there too for insurrection for resistance to cause havoc and mayhem and that's all they do it you know Michelle Malkin was raising money for a and you know of on a go fund me a calendar was he's got some massive injuries and was hospitalized Saturday with a brain bleed seventy seven thousand dollars has been raised now the council on American Islamic relations another photo group is leading attacks on Michelle Malkin and mocking and you know after was beaten and robbed by violent anti for thugs so again America is a proud tradition of civil disobedience a being a right to get out there and express your opinions and your your free speech but it does not include violence and it's got to be shut down and again is that whites always happening in Portland notice the idle and Portland it's on the violent left coast I mean it's a again I'm wondering your for you they don't even resemble America anymore because of these these thuggish attacks or lower happening out there so and again if you're conservative well you better take the necessary precautions I don't care whether it's on campus I'm not advocating that the any offensive action be taken but you have to define yourself so make sure you've got something whether it's pepper spray or mace or something that you can defend yourself when you're out of these kinds of protests than and again they're only understand one thing when people start fighting back when people start fighting back and and taking the the the fight to them these cowards I mean that's what they are these and the the three arrested I think were in their early twenties two males and a female and again their comrades the hide behind their masks and blah blah blah so they're not interested in really you know taking somebody on toe to toe the or other cheap shot artists will sooner or later somebody is going to get killed and maybe.
"executive producer" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
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"executive producer" Discussed on The Watch
"That's not at all what I would characterize them as I think that they're disturbing bumpy that works with interesting filmmakers, sometimes young filmmakers, and moonlight would be the third, but any grade pumping of eight and eighth grade. So the thing to remember about apple is the messages they've been sending around town meeting. This town is that they want to make content that Tim cook can share from on stage at at a press conference. They're not going to be making hereditary. They're not going to be making edgy. They're not gonna make you're probably they want things that are smart and intelligent, and adult and classy, but I think on some level of lifting. So it seems like they want the twenty four that made the uplifting parts of those movies, and what that means for the marriage going forward creatively. Anyone's yet. Yeah. It'll be really interesting to see how plays out. All right. Andy, we're gonna break your quick word from our sponsor. And then you'll be able to hear my interview with narcos executive producer and show runner. Eric Newman season four of narcos comes out on Friday night. And it's a sorry. It's not even season for its narcos Mexico that comes out on Friday night. And I highly recommend it Diego. Luna is phenomenal in this season. And it's a really interesting pivot for the show to move from Colombia to Mexico and any and I will be back on Monday with a special interview. We did with Ben Stiller. We sure did that was fun. Yeah. Most fun. We yet. Ben Stiller has a new show. It's on Showtime coming out on Sunday believe, and it is called escape it, Dan Amora, and it is about the prisoner escape from two thousand and fifteen that captivated the nation the upstate New York prisoners scape. So we talked to Ben for quite a while about that show. And how he went about making it and what drew me to the material, and we will also on Monday talking about little drummer girl, which is on AMC and that starts on. Monday, but they're running that to episodes of night for three nights. So they're burning that off or they're creating a mini series around depending on how you wanna look at. It doesn't matter how you wanna look at it. Because it's one of the best shows of the year. I just wanna say I want you to look at it. I love the show. Chris loves this show. We will preview it a little bit more on Monday. And then after the holiday we will get into it. Hopefully, all of you will be able to catch up over your break. Because it's it's just duper a love it. Yeah. All right. So here is.
"executive producer" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Do any of you guys have any differences I may have missed in what? What's the difference between a producer and executive producer on the film, get the the bulk of it. The one thing I will note though is executive producer means different things for television. TV tends to be the creative hands on type. And so what Peter said is very comprehensive for film, but once you start branching out into small screen, it's completely different thing for sure. That's usually the Showrunner, right? It's the, yeah, usually, yeah. Okay. Let's move on to Damon p from Saint Louis. Missouri writes in, he knows that a lot of our team reads books and he wants to know if we believe that breaking up a film into multiple parts like deathly hallows or mocking Jay, to make the book more the movie more complete. Like the book is a good thing. So many times we hear the book is better. Why is that? Is that because the movies are limited by time to incorporate additional pop points or anything like that? What do you guys think? I'm guessing the person who reads the most books here is who Jakup maybe I mentioned me or t. but I'll chime in real quick, then I'll I'll pass baton to her since I've been talking too much, but I think that the splitting a book in the two movies has never been crave decision. I don't believe anybody who said, I think it's always been a financial decision to make more money because w hollows in mocking, Jay are books that do not demand to movies. I like both books. I like both movies were all four movies even. But there's nothing in that narrative that demands those additional hours. I think that both of them could be improved even if they were sharper. More critical adaptations when that knew what to pick and choose a new, what was important? I think a better adaptation is one that isolates the feeling of a book Riceland towards important and reconstructs it into a film rather than trying to our laboriously recreate that feeling because I think that a book and movie are so different things that trying to just say we need more time to do more events is not as good as let's find a brisker way to recapture that feeling in a new medium. But what do you think HD actually agree with most of what you said except for the splitting of deathly hallows locking. Jay was definitely a very financial decision. Thusly hallows actually provided a good splitting point in which you they gave kind of two very different films out of this very gigantic, very dense book. And I will say deathly hallows part one is my favorite book because favorite movie. Sorry, because it is so. Limited in that sense to to this one adventure in this one story that we're telling. So I think that actually works in that kind of felt like it came from both financial and creative decision, but anything that came after that such as mocking Jay, the hobbit trilogy, which was like the dumbest leading of of a book ever definitely felt more financial than anything. And as for that common phrase, the book is better than the movie. I don't fully believe that either. I think that people who who like to spout that off often are upholding the movie to different standards than the what they should. They are wanting to see their favorite parts of a book adapted and thus want that laborious that stilted at uptake to take place which don't doesn't suit movie making at all. It's something that is a very medium. It's if you want something that's closer to that feeling of the book or whatever you wanted to see from a book adaptation. Often mini series is better and. That also is a very different medium than film as well. I kind of wish that they're like filmmakers. I know that this does not make sense, but I wish film makers were given the Rome, kind of like Peter Jackson with given on the original Lord of the rings films to shoot a watt more of the book in included in a director's cut or an ultimate cut later on, like I would've loved to have seen more scenes in the Harry Potter films, you know, added back in to the the movies. I mean, I guess I guess as a screener, you have to, you know, cut it down to the the story that you wanna present onscreen, but I also see that holy Hollywood could make money by these, you know, ultimat- cut free releases and whom video Ben..
"executive producer" Discussed on No Agenda
"EA you're probably in Mary's Maryville Tennessee to six to seven. He'll be I associate executive producer for ten, fifty two. Once again, he's writes, it is Michael Delos rhymes with enclosure deloche. Ryan through closure, Michael deloche. From Maryville MerVal. Let me get that right to Michael Delos. You're from Murville Tennessee Merv. Where are you going to bail murmana. Murville. Okay. I'll beat you. They're gonna be Louise's coffee shot yet downtown MerVal please to contribute to the executive producer of associated. Actually, it's a relative bargain. On the wrong line. Once again is Michael Ascher. I'm still planning to start a sustaining donation. I wanna show my sincere appreciation for the hard work and excellent deconstruction for episode. Ten fifty. One says not many other seems to be stepping up to the plate. He's done about the regular media. So here's my two, six, six, two, seven donation, which Adam can tell you with his OT g phone spells comas. Is all of this must be in comas for not donating during these lean times. In fact, it also spells boobs cook incident. I'm sure is coded message received agent Delos your. Thank you. Mark McKenna McLennan Mark. McLennan in Waterbury, Connecticut to five. Seven. Three, three birthday list item guys been awhile since my last Donati get deduced. Yes, of course. Spend teed douched. Originally came into some overtime work and I'm sharing with you some of the spoils to fifty seven for my fifty. Seventh birthday and thirty three is the magic number. My donation is my birthday present to myself. July nineteenth show day. It's Qismat Qismat.
"executive producer" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"History in the morning show so i think we've exhausted everything today there's nothing left i don't have another ounce of anything lipton we do need another daniel report we'll get into that right now it's a little late or early i can't tell our senior executive producer nate has totally lost track of time and he's like the only connection we have to structure you back on the rails on point of this thing right here but you keep ignoring me pointing at that thing right there ooh did you get that hey what's up they're a great team brought it up i haven't i have an issue with our executive producer seniors that's what i magazine you see this is where this came from brody and scary were executive our executive produce yes when they came in you gotta go ahead to be one notch higher yeah so he's senior executive producer well my issue with our senior executive producer is that elvis like you and i were sitting there like great team we really want to do our topic train but nate could not keep us on track and now we don't get you the topic train right this really wanted to do it and get it done today you know nate had you only show on track we'd be able to get done right elvis you wanna be upset about something can we talk about international house burgers for just i'm not going there we'll know why i'm not going to go to a house of pancakes burger i'm gonna go to mcdonald's or i'm going to go to a place okay.