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Bestselling author and award-winning screenwriter, Dwain Worrell, spoke to me about making the move from the writers' room to the cafe, the art and science of suspense, and his debut novel ANDRONE. Dwain Worrell is an award-winning Marvel and Disney+ TV producer, filmmaker, and novelist whose writing credits include Marvel's Iron Fist, CBS's Fire Country, Amazon Studios' The Wall, and the Disney+ series National Treasure, among others. Dwain also worked as a translator of Mandarin Chinese in Beijing for nearly a decade. His bestselling debut novel, Androne, is described as a “... near future … highly cinematic and propulsive story [centered] around a terrifying event called the Ninety-Nine, where all major military installations on Earth [are] eviscerated, heralding humanity's start of a war with an unknown enemy.” Niels Arden Oplev, Director of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo called the book “A crazy-cool ride into the unknown …. [Androne] reads like a high-end videogame on steroids with a destiny of Shakespearean magnitude.” Publishers Weekly wrote, “... taut intrigue … reels readers into a thrilling yet thoughtful narrative about the futility of war and the cost of doing the right thing…” [Discover The Writer Files Extra: Get 'The Writer Files' Podcast Delivered Straight to Your Inbox at writerfiles.fm] [If you're a fan of The Writer Files, please click FOLLOW to automatically see new interviews. And drop us a rating or a review wherever you listen] In this file Dwain Worrell and I discussed: Making the move from screenwriter to novelist during a WGA strike How he discovered theater after having his basketball dreams dashed Why writing for TV is harder (and easier) than prose The inspiration that went into his latest sci-fi thriller Our mutual love of Hans Zimmer soundtracks Hanging out with Shakespeare at Chili's And a lot more! Show Notes: Dwainworrell.com Dwain Worrell - IMDb Behind the Science of Writing Good Suspense - Writer's Digest Androne By Dwain Worrell (Amazon) Dwain Worrell on Instagram Dwain Worrell on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Week 3 of the NFL season started with the Dallas Cowboys losing one of their best defenders, CB Trevon Diggs to an ACL tear. How will the Cowboys shift their defensive secondary to account for this loss? Keith and DP highlight which Cowboy CBs they expect or would like to see get more action with Diggs' injury. DP loves the impact matchup of Buffalo Bills CB Tre'Davious White versus Washington Commanders WR Terry McLaurin. This could be the matchup that decides this game. Keith believes the matchup between the Bills' second or third CBs and WR Jahan Dotson will be the one to watch. Rookie vs rookie when the Atlanta Falcons and Detroit Lions face off. Can LB Jack Campbell help the Lions' defense contain RB Bijan Robinson? Who will finish week 3 ahead in the game picks standings? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! DoorDash Get fifty percent off your first DoorDash order up to a twenty-dollar value when you use code lockedonnfl at checkout. Limited time offer, terms apply. Jase Medical Save more than $360 by getting these lifesaving antibiotics with Jase Medical plus an additional $20 off by using code LOCKEDON at checkout on jasemedical.com. birddogs Go to birddogs.com/LOCKEDONNFL or enter promo code LOCKEDONNFL for a water bottle with any order. You won't want to take your birddogs off we promise you. PrizePicks Go to PrizePicks.com/lockedonnfl and use code lockedonnfl for a first deposit match up to $100! Gametime Download the Gametime app, create an account, and use code LOCKEDONNFL for $20 off your first purchase. Last minute tickets. Lowest Price. Guaranteed. eBay Motors For parts that fit, head to eBay Motors and look for the green check. Stay in the game with eBay Guaranteed Fit. eBay Motors dot com. Let's ride. eBay Guaranteed Fit only available to US customers. Eligible items only. Exclusions apply. LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the qualified candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONNFL. Terms and conditions apply. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Right now, NEW customers can bet FIVE DOLLARS and get TWO HUNDRED in BONUS BETS – GUARANTEED. Visit FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON to get started. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we discuss how the network TV programmers are dealing with the SAG and WGA strike. We also give you some alternative ways to deal with the strike. Plus we read your emails and take a look at the week's news. News: Upcoming Hulu (No Ads) Price Change Disney to Release Genuinely Insane Blu-ray Box Set Featuring 100 Animated Films This Fall Amazon Says Its ‘Thursday Night Football' Opener Was ‘Most-Streamed Game Ever' Max Will Stream Live NBA, MLB, NHL Games For Free Through February With “Bleacher Report” Sports Add-On Other: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO MARANTZ Tear Apart Your House For $200 With This Rotary Subwoofer | Hackaday YOU Lost the Streaming Wars LUBA AWD 5000: Perimeter Wire Free Robot Lawn Mower Owner Quick Review LUBA AWD Series is the first and only Perimeter Wire Free Robot Lawn Mower that can handle complex lawns up to 5000 ㎡ (1.25 acres) with 75% slope (37°). MSRP $2,599 Since you guys talk about home automation, I figured I would tell you about my new toy. I bought a Mammotion Luba robot lawn mower and it is awesome! You don't have to bury a line for your perimeter. It uses GPS/RTK technology and you drive it around the perimeter of your lawn so it knows the area. Then it mows. It does straight lines and not just the random all over thing and you can alternate what direction it goes. When it gets down to 15% battery, it just automatically goes to the dock and recharges and then continues where it left off after. It has a motor on each wheel so it is all wheel drive and durable and heavy so it can climb up to 37 degree grade of a hill. It also looks like a formula one race car. If it starts raining it will go back and wait too. It is pretty sweet! It mows my lawn 3 times a week while I am working and so no more allergies. I do the edging and weed eating once every other week and that is it. Automation! Love it! Jason Petty The SAG and WGA strike continues The SAG and WGA strike has been going on for a couple of months now. Have you noticed anything missing? If you haven't, you're not the only one. Negotiations broke down shortly after the strike started but this week they have started up (Writers Guild Says Negotiations Set to Resume Wednesday). In the meantime networks have come up with a strategy to get you through the TV season and we have some ideas as well. This show is in place of our yearly new Fall TV preview. Bill Maher was slated to bring his show back without the writers but has since put that idea on hold since negotiations have started up. Good idea? Should he just go for it? (Bill Maher Becomes First Host to Make Late-Night Return Without Writers) CBS decided to start broadcasting its premier episode of Yellowstone. It originally debuted on the Paramount Network back on June 20, 2018 and got 6.6 million viewers for CBS. When you consider that brand new episodes of The Equalizer, wish was in the same time slot last year, garnered 6.47 million viewers last season. This may not be a bad idea! Disney announced that 10 Monday Night Football games will be broadcast on ABC and ESPN. ABC had planned to run two hours of Dancing With the Stars from 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. on Mondays, with new reality spinoff The Golden Bachelor airing at 10 p.m. The network has decided to pair The Golden Bachelor with nine-year-old sibling Bachelor in Paradise to fill Thursday primetime, while DWTS will move to Tuesdays, starting September 26. The MNF average audience was 22.6 million viewers across ESPN, ESPN 2 and ABC for its season-opening matchup. Which was a record. ABC's entire Thursday night lineup consists of game shows: "Celebrity Wheel of Fortune," "Press Your Luck" and "The $100,000 Pyramid." The ABC has no new scripted programming on its fall schedule. On Fox Gordon Ramsay will work double shifts with shows airing on two nights. Survivor and The Amazing Race moving to 90-minute episodes this fall If you are missing late night hosts, they have created a podcast for you. Jimmy Kimmel, John Oliver, Seth Meyers, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon. They are planning to release 12 episodes with the guys talking about their time in Hollywood with some comedy bits thrown in. . Three streamers are in good position to weather the strike according to Forbes from the article: Discovery+ (Now Max) Which one is in the best shape? That appears to be Discovery+ (which recently merged with corporate sibling Warner Bros.' HBO Max to become the megastreamer Max), and that makes sense. Before the merger, Discovery+ was known for its unscripted content, reflecting the Discovery family of cable brands from TLC to HGTV to Food Network, which is relatively cheap to produce and easy to make a lot of. Ninety-five percent of Discovery+ content is unscripted, according to Parrot's research. Peacock Ranked second is NBCUniversal's Peacock—40% of its content is unscripted. With rights to Bravo hits like the Real Housewives franchise and Vanderpump Rules, Peacock is well situated to thrive without new scripted content. To wit, the recent Vanderpump season 10 reunion part one drew 514,000 households when it was released on Peacock on May 25, according to Samba TV, with a Bravo audience of 1.1 million households. So there's clearly an appetite for such shows even well into their runs. Paramount+ Paramount+ had the third-highest level of unscripted fare, 35%. Fully a fifth of its viewership comes from unscripted programs, driven largely by mega-hit RuPaul's Drag Race, which also airs on Hulu, and CBS programs such as Survivor. What about the Emmys? The Television Academy and Fox TV, which was scheduled to air the show this year, initially kept the original Sept. 18 show date in place, with hopes the strikes would end quickly. But with no realistic prospects for resolution, Fox and the academy decided in mid-August to change the show date to Jan. 15, 2024 The new date looked a long way off when it was scheduled, but Emmy organizers may have to face the prospect that the strikes could still be going on in January. Writers have currently been off the job for 4 1/2 months, the actors for two months. The stoppages spilling into next year would make them historically long, and go well past initial predictions. Prolonged strikes could mean another Emmys postponement, or a show transformed into a glorified news conference, as happened with some awards during the pandemic. Our Picks for rewatching or watching for the first time if you missed it. Community - Six seasons of gut busting laughter! If you only watch a couple of episodes don't miss the paintball episodes Bosch - Seven seasons. A crime procedural based on the best selling novels by Michael Connelly. Chuck - Five Seasons. When a computer geek inadvertently downloads critical government secrets into his brain, both the CIA and the NSA assign an agent to protect him and exploit his newfound skills. White Collar - Six seasons. A white-collar criminal agrees to help the FBI catch other white-collar criminals using his expertise as an art and securities thief, counterfeiter, and conman. Castle - Eight seasons. A suave, best-selling author teams up with a strait-laced detective to solve crimes in New York City.
The family of Xana Kernodle is speaking out at length for the first time about the murder and how it has effected their lives since the tragedy happened late last year. The Kernodle's have mostly avoided the media and have instead chosen to grieve in private. In the recent 48 hours episode on CBS that changed.In this episode, we hear from the Kernodle's about Xana and what they hope happens next. (commercial at 9:00)to contact me:email@example.com:Family of Idaho murder victim breaks silence for first time, recalls “worst nightmare” - East Idaho NewsThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
A “legacy” POS can be a reseller's bane as they strive to introduce upgraded technology and modernization to retail and hospitality. CBS' Jeremy Julian (host of The Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast) is back on the show to explain his three-step approach to encouraging POS replacement. How does he define a legacy POS, and why are businesses hesitant to update? What should end users consider, why is connectivity important, and what does the ideal VAR/ISV look like when an opportunity comes along? It's the episode that owes Jim Roddy a few drinks! #VARValue - Software often gets the most attention when discussing new POS, but why is evaluating the latest hardware just as crucial when upgrading? TEConnecting with us: Jeremy - ChatGPT Dean - Flying taxis John - EVs and auto insurance Talk to us! X/Twitter - @TEConnectPod Email - TEConnect@bluestarinc.com Submit your topic ideas - https://www.bluestarinc.com/us-en/landing-pages/podcast-topics.html Follow BlueStar on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/blue-star/ Subscribe to the BlueStar Nation Newsletter - https://nation.bluestarinc.com/#subscribe Sponsored by: Zebra Legacy Printer Refresh Elo M50 Mobile Computer
In de dagelijkse podcast van FC Afkicken bespreken Bruce Tol, Mart ten Have en Nicky Bartens op donderdag 21 september onder meer het verlies van PSV tegen Arsenal, de chaos bij Ajax en Marseille en het begin van de Conference League tussen Mostar en AZ!(0:00) intro(01:05) Arsenal te sterk voor PSV(12:45) Crisis bij Ajax en Marseille(25:00) Ook Stuttgart start onderzoek naar Mislintat(28:00) AZ opent Conference League in Bosnië tegen MostarIn de podcast verwijzen Bruce, Mart en Nicky naar:De Eerste De Beste Club van 25: https://bit.ly/467Fmn6Twitterdraadje van Jean-Paul Rison over de crisis bij Marseille: https://x.com/JeanPaulRison/status/1704391160779727168?s=20De nieuwe Pantelic podcast: https://youtu.be/VCD2RZ5RofI?si=cRtp1YMUhoBf94Q8 of https://open.spotify.com/episode/2bDkOUdvvvBVMeP9vlUEx4?si=55fda16506074947De veiling van het door de hele Almere City-gesigneerde shirt van Lance Duijvestijn voor KIKA: https://www.marktplaats.nl/v/sport-en-fitness/voetbal/m2024895021-veiling-promotieshirt-l-duijvestijn-almere-city-voor-kikaAlbert Heijn TeamfruitWe vinden dat het tijd is om even wat aandacht te besteden aan de campagne van Albert Heijn. Zij zorgen met de actie Teamfruit in de voetbal.nl app dat ouders zich vrijwillig kunnen aanmelden om fruit te verzorgen voor het team. Albert Heijn zorgt voor teamfruitbakken en trekt de provincie in om gratis fruit uit te delen met de Teamfruit AH ID Buzz!Dit sluit aan bij de missie van Albert Heijn: Samen beter eten bereikbaar maken én draagt bij aan de ambitie van de KNVB voor een gezonde sportomgeving. En het is nodig, want volgens Gezondheidsonderzoek van het CBS eet minder dan de helft van de kinderen voldoende fruit... Voetbal kan dus een belangrijke rol spelen! Meer info? Neem een kijkje op https://ah.nl/teamfruit!Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
MH gives us a full report from his recent trip back to one of his homes. MH a Colorado native went back home he was able to check out the Colorado State vs Colorado game. This one was personal! LOL Personal in the fact MH reviews it all from pre & post game and you know he had to evaluate the popcorn! While we all watched on TV he was live to witness this instant classic double overtime game. "Coach Prime" is a nickname for Deion Sanders, a former NFL Hall of Famel player and current football coach. Deion Sanders is often called "Prime Time" or "Neon Deion" as well. As a DB and return specialist in the National Football League (NFL) during the 1990s. He played for several NFL teams, including the Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, and Baltimore Ravens.In addition to his football career, Deion Sanders was a multi-sport athlete, excelling in baseball as a Major League Baseball (MLB) player. He is the only athlete in history to have played in both a Super Bowl and a World Series.Let's not forget his TV & Entertainment career. Deion was on CBS, ESPN & NFL network to name a few. TV commercials like his AFLIC, KFC although do you remember Leon Sandcastle? One of our favorite was "if you ball you get the call"As for his coaching career, Deion Sanders became the head football coach at Jackson State University in 2020. His arrival at Jackson State marked a significant moment in college football, as he aimed to revitalize the program and bring attention to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) through his coaching and leadership. His nickname "Coach Prime" reflects his legendary status in both football and coaching.What he is doing now at Colorado is what we and the world are talking about! Coach Prime's 3-0 start of his 2023 season as first year coach of the program came with a lot of doubt. We hope now the praises matches or exceeds the doubt. Tap in... We Here!!For more Black in Sports additional content on our podcast see below:linktree: https://linktr.ee/blackinsports |Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/blackinsports |YouTube - @blackinsports |Instagram - @blackinsports |Twitter - @blackinsports |Website - https://www.blackinsports.com/ |Thank you & we appreciate you!#awardwinningpodcast #bestsportspodcast #blackpodwinner #fortheculture #blackinsports #sportsbusiness #podcast #tellingblackstories #blackowner #Blackeffect #sportsbiz #BlackPlayersForChange #sportsnews #blackowned #blackmedia #HBCU #blackpodcastmatter #blackmen #blackeffect #Thelockerroom #bestdamnsportshow #coachprime #primeeffect #deionsanders #itspersonal #wecoming #wehere #weainthardtofind #youballyougetthecall #Deion #colorado #coloradobuffaloes #collegegameday #sunglasses #deionglasses
9.21.23 Dennis Dodd, CBS, on the massive weekend of games in Week 4 of College Football and the impact of Deion Sanders on the brand of Colorado. Paul Charchian, GuillotineLeagues.com, gives his weekly fantasy advice. Denton's Day-ly News.
Rupert Murdoch steps down from his role as chairman at Fox and News Corps. Will Fox News look different now that Murdoch is out of the picture? KNOW IT ALL: 1) The Saudi prince chimed in on a multi-billion dollar deal with Jared Kushner. 2) City council guy out of Burien says cleaning up homeless camps is 'white supremacy'. 3) 2-year-old ingested fentanyl and died in Pierce County. // Roman Empire trend explained. CBS anchors flabbergasted that Unions are on the decline in America. // Internet remixes worth playing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Unicorn Lawyer Sarah Stogner, Burleigh County Commissioner and Chairman Steve Bakken and The Crude Life's founder Jason Spiess play NFL Pick ‘Em live on Townsquare Media SuperTalk 1270AM's Talk of the Town. New York Giants at San Francisco 49ersThursday, September 21 8:15 p.m.Amazon Prime Video Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore RavensSunday, September 24 1 p.m.CBS, Paramount+ [...]
Is this episode about a wife killer...or about a wife who is a killer? Gene-ology cross-examines the "Wife Killer" episode of Mr. District Attorney from 1954. Guest starring John Krikorian as Paul Garrett and Mike Richards as Clingham. Sponsored by - . Get three months free with one year subscription. Mission Log will continue its regular programming when the SAG/WGA strike has been settled. In the meantime, we will bring you special programming and encourage you to explore our complete show library at .
Called ‘The Queen of Reinvention” by Fortune magazine, former entertainment exec-turned-coach Pamela Mitchell (aka ‘Coach Pamela') is the nation's premier expert in reinvention and founder and CEO of The Reinvention Institute.She is the author of The 10 Laws of Career Reinvention: Essential Survival Skills for Any Economy (Penguin), a Harvard Business Review Top Shelf Recommended Pick. Her audiobooks Mastering the Skill of Reinvention and Pivot and Pursue It have been Audible Original top 10 bestsellers.Coach Pamela has appeared on CBS, CNN, NPR, MSNBC, and the Today Show, and been profiled and quoted in top publications including The New York Times, Businessweek, TIME, Men's Health, and Real Simple.www.planetreinvention.com
WTOP Entertainment Reporter Jason Fraley interviews actor Brad Garrett as today marks 20 years since the beloved CBS sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond” dethroned “Friends” to win Outstanding Comedy Series at the Emmy Awards on Sept. 21, 2003. They spoke when he played MGM National Harbor near Washington D.C. in 2017, sharing memories of the role that won him three Emmys in a hilarious cast of Ray Ramono, Patricia Heaton, Doris Roberts and Peter Boyle — not to mention his meticulous auto mechanic in “Seinfeld.” (Theme Music: Scott Buckley's "Clarion") Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
C.J. Navas comenta la última hora de las huelgas en Hollywood, ‘Luz en la oscuridad', el nuevo programa de Carles Porta para Movistar Plus+, el regreso de ‘DOC' a AXN y muchas noticias más en su repaso diario al mundo de las series de televisión. PATROCINADOR:
Ian Eagle, NFL on CBS play-by-play voice who will call Sunday's game in Seattle, joins the show to discuss the Panthers rough start, the growing pains this new offense is seeing with a rookie quarterback and what to expect from Seattle.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The guys are joined by Charles Davis, NFL on CBS analyst and NFL Network draft analyst, to talk about the Panthers struggles through the first two weeks of the season and why it isn't on Bryce Young.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dave Portnoy confronts a reporter, and CBS talks about Biden's age.//Guest: Steve Coogan of MyNorthwest.//Guest: Tommy Andrade, from Southpaw Barbershop on free haircuts for foster kids.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dishing a major hit to the team's defensive line depth, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll announced promising rookie Mike Morris will need to undergo surgery for a troublesome surgery and won't be back this season. Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang discuss how Morris' injury impacts an already thin interior defensive line and who will be asked to step up in his absence, examine the team's decision to sign tight end Brady Russell from Philadelphia's practice squad, and break down six key matchups to watch as the Seahawks host the Panthers at Lumen Field in Sunday's Week 3 contest, including a compelling battle pitting Carolina's standout run game against Bobby Wagner and Jordyn Brooks. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
Vinos… Julie Chen Moonves is on the podcast today! Big Brother fans will understand Kaitlyn's excitement as she sits down to talk with Julie about how a pivotal moment changed her life and, of course, Big Brother. Julie shares how she went from being consumed in her work, getting caught up in the hussle culture to finding gratitude in every waking moment. She is living life with a new perspective and wants to share her story with the world to inspire others. And since Kaitlyn has been a Big Brother fan since season 4, she couldn't help herself from going full on fangirl and asking alllll the questions like, who the heck is Zingbot, who does she think was robbed of a win, and would she ever join the game? Plus, Julie shares some behind the scenes moments and what three contestants from past seasons she would form an alliance with. This episode is one for the books! Check out Julie's audio memoir, ‘But First, God' out now! THANK YOU to our sponsors! Check out these deals for the vinos: OAK ESSENTALS — Get 15% off your first order when you use code VINE at OakEssentials.com. 90 DAY: THE LAST RESORT SESSIONS — Listen to the 90 Day: The Last Resort Sessions podcast wherever you get your podcasts. QUINCE — Go to Quince.com/vine to get free shipping and 365-day returns on your next order. APARTMENTS.COM — The place t o find a place.
Cathy and Elliott Lewis were two of the busiest - and best - performers of the radio era. Both could get laughs (Cathy on My Friend Irma and Elliott on The Phil Harris-Alice Faye Show) and could be heard on mysteries, including "radio's outstanding theater of thrills." Cathy co-starred in several of the show's best episodes, and Elliott directed the program during some of its most innovative years. We'll hear the couple starring together in the story of a comedian who turns to murder in order to be taken seriously in "Joker Wild" (originally aired on CBS on December 3, 1952) and in the tale of a man who picks up a hitch-hiker and ends up on a dangerous drive in "Run, Sheep, Run" (AFRS rebroadcast from July 13, 1954). Plus, the Lewises co-star in "Statement of Fact," a thriller from their own anthology show On Stage (originally aired on CBS on May 14, 1953).
Timecodes: 02:35 Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce 06:57 Hasan Minhaj lied a lot in his special 30:00 Lauren Boebert Getting Felt Up in Theater 41:26 Raise the ticket prices for broadway 46:32 Video Voicemails 01:18:48 Gary Gulman Interview Preview +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Stacker2: Buy Stacker2Chew Energy Gummies and B12 Energy Shots at Dollar General, where you can find all your favorite Stacker 2 products, or go to https://Stacker2.com. Gametime: Download the Gametime app or go to https://gametime.co, enter your email, and redeem code KFC for $20 off your first purchase (terms apply). HelloFresh: Go to https://HelloFresh.com/50kfc and use code 50kfc for 50% off plus 15% off the next 2 months! CBS: Buddy Games, new Thursdays at 9/8 Central on CBS and streaming on Paramount Plus BetterHelp: KFC Radio is sponsored by BetterHelp. Visit https://BetterHelp.com/KFC today to get 10% off your first month.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/kfcr
Battling for the second time in less than a year at Lumen Field, the Seattle Seahawks will look to get revenge against a much different Carolina Panthers squad that will have a different, yet familiar quarterback in Andy Dalton under center on Sunday. Locked On Seahawks host Corbin Smith and Locked On Panthers host Julian Council discuss top storylines heading into the Week 3 rematch, including Dalton likely replacing injured No. 1 overall pick Bryce Young against a Seattle defense still trying to round into form, break down crucial matchups to watch for both teams, and share their thoughts on whether the Seahawks will be able to cover or not as six-point favorites in a jam-packed Crossover Thursday special. Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
In September of 1957, Bing Crosby, now fifty-four years old, was gearing up to host the Edsel TV special and generating praise for his recent dramatic role as Earl Carlton in Man On Fire. He'd won an Academy Award, had his own radio show since 1931, and championed the widespread use of Prime Time, network transcription. The Ford Road Show featuring Bing Crosby debuted on September 2nd, 1957. It aired five days per week on CBS for five minutes. These were taped segments edited by Murdo MacKenzie and written and produced by Bill Morrow The just-heard John Scott Trotter conducted the orchestra. It included an opening theme, one or two songs by Bing and commercials by Ken Carpenter. This episode aired on September 24th. Ford's Agency of Record J. Walter Thompson saturated radio with five-minute segments. They also sponsored a show with Rosemary Clooney, a chit chat by Arthur Godfrey and news by Edward R. Murrow. Earlier in this episode we spoke about The Civil Rights Act of 1957 and the Hattie Cotton Elementary School bombing in Nashville, Tennessee. With forced integration underway, federal troops needed to be called out to Little Rock, Arkansas where a group of nine African American students enrolled in Little Rock Central High School were stopped from attending by the state's governor. On September 27th CBS Radio ran a special report on the progress, or lack thereof, in southern school integration in the three years following Brown vs. The Board of Education.
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About Mandy Fisher: Mandy Fisher is a NYC-based full-time voiceover actor with over 15 years of experience in the industry. She has worked with brands like Crayola, Disney, Peloton, Coke, Walmart, and Kohls to name a few. Her passion for voiceover and genuine love of helping people inspire her to work with actors of all stages of their career. With a theater background, she brings her training to guide copy analysis and character creation. As an industry vet of 15 years, she has witnessed the changes and understands the ebbs and flows of the business. Mandy created her own voiceover business from the ground up and has a successful and replicable model to help actors build their own successful businesses. All of this adds up to a coach who can provide audition and career advice while helping actors become the best they can be! Tell me about all the different types of voiceover that are out there today. There's more than one thing that you can do as a voiceover artist. And so often, I feel like when people ask me about voiceover, they just automatically assume that I'm an animation or like on cartoons. Or video games. And while that's definitely part of voiceover, a lot of my work is commercial and like what you hear on the radio or on TV and e-learning. Many companies I work with have videos that they need to show their employees, and that's a big part of voiceover that people don't necessarily like even thinking about, but then there's IVR, which is interactive voice response. So, when you call a business and you, they say, "Oh, thank you for calling Ikea, press one for the manager, press two for household goods." That's part of voice of real people who get hired for those jobs. And do that as voiceover. And I know a couple of people who do that only, and that's their entire career, and they make damn good money doing that. E-learning is a part of voiceover where a company will hire you for perhaps they want to teach their employees about some new policies at their workplace, or maybe a new product is launching. They want to tell the whole company who's not in product development. They want to educate the salespeople and the marketing people and all other kinds of people within the company; they want to educate them about the product or even sometimes it's. It's how to handle sexual harassment, go to HR with a complaint, or negotiate your salary. A company will want to have all kinds of modules so that their employees can learn, grow, and be better. And especially with remote working being such a major part of the corporate world these days. They rely heavily on these videos and voiceovers to educate their employees and keep their workforce culture booming so that they don't feel like they're on an island. There's anime, there's animation, there's commercials, there's radio spots, there's e-learning, and then the next one you were talking about was IVR. Interactive voice response and IVR and telephony are two different things, but they go hand in hand. Telephony is when you call a business and they have a message; maybe for they're on holiday or vacation. "Thank you for calling the law offices of Dunder and Dunder. we're currently on holiday, and we will get back to you as soon as possible." That's a message. That's part of telephony, and most of the time, if you get a client that wants telephony, you can upsell them on the I V R or vice versa. But they're two different things, but they often go hand in hand. There's looping, obviously ADR. And dubbing, many actors who are bilingual that's becoming its own vertical is bilingual voiceover because many people want to hire both the English speaker and the other language speakers for the same kinds of jobs. What's radio imaging? Oh yeah, radio imaging Is the voice of a radio station, not the DJ. So, not the one calling out the music cues, "you're listening to be 93.3." It's the voice that you hear between the DJ and the songs that makes the station recognizable. So, when you hear that be 93.3, that voice, that person calling out the radio station, it's recognizable to you. You're listening to that station and not Z 100. There's promo, there's medical, there's political. Let's start with promos. Promos are promotions for TV shows and movies, but not trailers. Trailers is a different kind of voiceover, but promo is like, "Join us this week for a new episode of Family Guy Only on CBS." Medical is complicated because it's all jargon. And a lot of times, you'll get a copy with all of these very technical terms or medications, and you have no idea how the hell to pronounce them, and you are rigorously googling, and yes, of course, you can ask the person that sent it to you, but nine times out of ten that person doesn't freaking know and then they have to ask the people that sent it to them, and there is this like long chain of response. Often, it is so specifically timed. ISI- important safety information, which is just the bottom half of that medical, of that medical promo that you're doing. IPA is the International Phonetic Alphabet. , once you learn it, you can pretty much look at any word and break it down through these little symbols that help you pronounce words because they stand for the different consonants and fricatives and vowels and all that kind of stuff in a word, and if you use the symbols to write it out. You are then able to read the IPA as it applies to the words. It's basically just spelling out the word the way that it sounds. Trailers for movies most of the time. Sometimes short films but big movie trailers always have a VO. "Coming to theaters now, it's Spider-Man." Video games and mobile fall under the same sort of category, but again, they're two separate things because video games for release on a console are different than a video game released on mobile, only in terms of usage, for performance, they're pretty much the same. A lot of video games use actors for an entire franchise. I know one video game used 800 different voice actors for one game. So, it's a huge industry. Toys and games. In the voices that you hear in those little books that have Press the cow. Moo. A lot of Fisher Price or Mattel or little kid things that have voices. Non-union and union work for audiobooks, which a lot of people don't realize that you can; if you are a union actor and voiceover, there are union voiceover audiobooks that exist out there to do, but I know a lot of people assume that most of that work is non-union. So, let's talk about union versus non-union. Seventy percent of voiceover work is non-union. So, many rules and things you might expect if you're a union actor doing non-union VO don't apply. And sometimes, you find yourself negotiating a little bit more. It can be an education process, especially if you are getting clients on your own through direct marketing or social or outside of agents. And I find that when I have to educate a client a little on industry-standard rates, they're receptive. But there is some pushback; that's just not in our budget, but maybe it will be for next year. So that's something that you should keep in mind as recurring clients are how you keep your business going and how you scale your business is you want to keep them; you don't want just to have one client and then never work with them again. So, suppose you can be a little compromising in those early stages of that relationship and understand that, okay, for the next time we work together. In that case, we're going to get closer and closer to those industry standard rates. That's one way to keep those clients in and scale. So, you used a term that I don't know if many actors know, scale your business. Can you please explain what scale your business is? Grow it. As a voiceover actor, if you are entering into this industry for the first time or if you have been doing it on and off part-time, it's making new connections, meeting new people, and finding out who needs to hire you, that changes the landscape of the industry has changed so much, especially when I first stumbled into it. So, keeping your ear to the ground and understanding how to grow continuously is important. Guide to Commercial Voiceovers VO Workout The guide to commercial VO is for any voiceover actor who wants to learn more about commercial voiceover because there's lots of nuance in every single vertical of voiceover. All the 15, 20, but they all have their own sort of ways of working, and what works in commercial is not necessarily going to work in video games and how you approach those different things. So, all of the skills behind the performance, as well as the skills behind the business, are in this course, and it's jam-packed with information at the end of it. One of my favorite parts of this is all of the people who participated asked so many amazing questions, and that right there is just, it is worth it to me, like those questions. That's why you want to get the replay. Get up and work voiceover session; it's 90 minutes and quick and dirty. And it's ten actors we work with. TenI provide or so minutes at a time, and I provide commercial copy that they can use and choose whichever piece they want to work on and read through the copy. I give them some notes in real-time, and we get to a place where we feel good about the work. Is it ready to send off as an audition? Sometimes it is. And sometimes we get to really great, beautiful places that we weren't in previously, but is it always that way? No, but it's about feeling good about the work, understanding the work, understanding the connections that you make, going through the copy, and being able to say, I know what story this is. I know what I'm doing. I feel confident about what I'm doing. And that's the goal is to be able to look at commercial copy for the first time. No, history of looking it over for days and days, but seeing it and being able to make strong choices in the moment and then forgetting about it, letting it go, working in the moment, and then you're done and letting it go because that's such a big part of commercials. And if I sat and stewed and thought so hard about every single audition I get every day, I would never make it through the deck. I would just be sitting here doing two or three instead of the 15 that come across my desk. And I would never get them out. What keeps coming up when negotiating a non-union contract? In perpetuity. What we're constantly seeing now in non-union VO specifically are exclusivity and in perpetuity, which again are two very different things, but we're starting to see them go hand in hand. Now, in perpetuity means forever and ever. Exclusivity means exclusive to a certain category or product. So, let's say you do a commercial for a toothpaste. And it's like a no-name toothpaste brand startup toothpaste. And they come to you, and they're like, "Oh my goodness. I would love for you to do our voiceover. We would like exclusivity in perpetuity." This means you can never do any other toothpaste ever again for the rest of your career. So, they better be paying a big sum of money. And if they're not, then you say, "I'm sorry, I can't work within those within those confines, but I can offer you 13 weeks at this rate or a year at this rate," But if it's in perpetuity for any kind of commercial, I stay far away from it. If it's in perpetuity for something like medical, I don't really care. Cause there's no competition there and there, the rates in medical are pretty good, so I don't really care, but in commercial. Unless they're paying me some six figures for in perpetuity, then then I say no. If you are trying to have a business, you must have the business mindset at the front and the performance mindset side by side. What kind of mic do you like to work with, just out of curiosity? Yeah. I have Neuman U 87, which I love. It's beautiful and produces great sound, but I also have a Rode NT1, which is also great, and a DEDS mic, and I think that is just as good as the Sennheiser MK 14. I use mics for different things for promo or medical. I usually use my shotgun deity for commercial. I'm usually using my Neumann for political and other things; I use my Rode; it just depends on where I'm sitting in my voice that day, what the work is, what I'm going to be doing. What is direct marketing? Direct marketing is doing research, whether on LinkedIn or Google, or however you like to do research to obtain information about companies and people, and then reaching out to them and saying, "Hi, I'm a voice actor. Here's my shit. Listen to my shit. Do you want to work together?" You are a salesperson, but are you a good salesperson, or are you a shitty one? And that comes through trial and error and seeing what works and seeing what people respond to. But I find nine times out of 10, a lot of these people I'm reaching out to have a very good sense of humor. They don't have a lot of time, and they like to be sold to in a snappy way that gets to the point with maybe a little bit of cheek and humor and fun and call it a fucking day. They don't want to go back and forth nine times about the last episode of Game of Thrones. Maybe down the line, sure, but right now, they need to do what's best for their business, what's best for their company, their team, whatever. They don't necessarily want to go through a casting site, pay that fee, and then pay these people. If they can work with you directly and you are good behind the mic, you're a good business person; you can do quick turnaround, you have good sound, they would rather work with you directly than going through all the fucking hoops through an agency or a casting site to find, and then scrolling through hundreds and hundreds of auditions to find the right person that they want to work with. So, direct marketing is a great way for you to scale your business. Your thoughts on AI. I think that AI has always been around for a really long time, not always, but for a very long time. And yes, it's getting better, smarter, and more capable, but I don't see it as competition. I know this will be a controversial thought, but I think there are ways we can work alongside it, learn from it, and utilize it to better ourselves. I don't think AI will replace voiceover actors in my lifetime. Every person I've talked to who have at one point hired AI voices for their projects said that they regretted it and they would much rather work with a human being. My father came up with a brilliant strike slogan, which is human stupidity is better than artificial intelligence. Working with people in all sorts of stages of their career is not only fun for me, but it is exciting to be able to offer that wide variety of coaching to all walks of life.