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  • 00:45

    Lover's Game Film: Producer/Director Danielle Earle & The Cast

    in Movies

    Nicholas Snow welcomes Producer/Director Danielle Earle (from LA Web Series Award Winning Series Brooklyn Is In Love) and cast members of her feature film Lover's Game starring Crawford Collins, Miranda McCauley, Paul Sheehan, Andrew Nielson and Tenience Johnson. Lover's Game is a love story of seduction, art, and the emotional battles that bend and break us.


    After winning 3 Web Series Awards from the LA Web Series Festival in 2012 and being the center story of major media platforms, such as Social Media Monthly, Curve Magazine, Time Out, Village Voice, and News 12 New Jersey. Danielle Earle is finally made a name for herself as being considered "the female producer that never backs down, and never giving up." Earle says, "Pain is all apart of the journey, and that's why I love writing love stories so much. The beauty and self identity in what is painful, but at the same time, it's what makes us stronger, and more determined. As a Producer, I've delt with having to roll with the punches. I told myself, 'Quitting is easy, but hangng in there is the hardest part. It shows the power in your ability more than anything else."


    NicholasSnowLive.com

  • 01:00

    power of perception music with Krista Earle

    in Spirituality

    Singer/Songwriter Krista Earle has hit the Canadian and International Music Scene.


     


    Her first single "Bad Hair Day" was released to Canadian National Radio followed by her single "Man Up" receiving heavy radio rotation across Canada.  Krista has a very original sound, a powerhouse of a voice with a sweet tone. Her music is a unique blend of catchy country/pop/rock melodies.


     


    Born in Toronto, Ontario, Krista has had a great passion for singing and performing from an early age, coming from a family whose talents were singing and playing numerous instruments. Krista has a solid track record in performance. Her musical journey began when she was contracted at the very early age of 14 to perform as a main stage Disney Performer for stage shows across Ontario which she continues do.


     


    A numerous 1st place winner in Music Festivals, Vocal Competitions and Shows, performing at the CCMA’s Country Music Week, NSAI Tin Pan North, Canadian showcase in Nashville, including performing at the famous Bluebird Café, and Music Week in Toronto.  Krista was a finalist in the International Songwriters Competition, and the recipient of the prestigious Government of Ontario Arts Award. Krista was represented in MIDEM at the International Music Festival in Cannes, France. She was also nominated in the Country Music Association of Ontario Awards for Female Artist, Single and Songwriter of the year (2013-2014) and currently is nominated for Female Artist, Single, Songwriter and Rising Star of the Year 2015 for her single "I'm Done." Her single also reached International attention, tracking on both European and Australian radio.


     


    Being trained vocally in many genres from Musical Theatre, to Pop, and R&B Krista has worked with Professor and Masters of Composition Shannon Gunn at Humber College, Toronto,

  • 00:24

    Legendary Ohio State Coach Earle Bruce

    in Education

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview legendary Ohio State coach Earle Bruce. He will discuss his book Buckeye Wisdom: Insight & Inspiration.


    Earle Bruce is a former football player and coach. He was the head coach of the Ohio State Buckeyes from 1979 through 1987 and was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2002. He lives in Dublin, Ohio.


     


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  • 00:34

    Singer And Songwriter Krista Earle

    in Music

    Krista Earle returns to chat about her songwriting career.


    A numerous 1st place winner in the Music Festival Vocal Competitions and shows, featured in several International Music Magazines and having done dozens of Radio Interviews. Krista was a finalist in the International Songwriters Competition, and the recipient of the prestigious Government of Ontario Arts Award. She also had the privilege to and continues to perform at the CCMA's Country Music Week, NSAI Tin Pan North, and Music Week in Toronto. She is a standing member of Country Music Association of Ontario, and Canada, Nashville Songwriters Association International, Songwriters Association of Canada, and Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada.


    Krista was represented at MIDEM 2013, the International Music Festival in Cannes, France. She also was nominated in three categories at the Country Music Association of Ontario Awards for Female Artist, Single and Songwriter of the Year for her single "You Can Count On Me" 2013, and the lst round nominations for Female Artist, Single and Songwriter of the Year 2014 for her single "I'm Done". Also, being offered a singing role in the movie about Winston Churchill "Struggle to the Light" to be filmed in the summer of 2015 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA. Krista's music story has also been shared with Nashville based award winning author Joyce Knudson's book titled "Music Throughout the Ages", where she can inspire other artists to persevere and follow their dreams.


     

  • 00:44

    Singer/songwriter Krista Earle

    in Entertainment

    Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph.  Today, we're pleased to welcome the super sweet, super talented singer/songwriter Krista Earle to the show.  We'll chat with Krista about her career and anything she's working on that she can talk about.  As usual, I've got my co-host/sidekick Emily with me, so let's get this thing started!

  • 01:48

    A Mother's Love

    in Lifestyle

    There is nothing like the Love a Mother....


    Mother's Day Contest about my MOM:


    Omega 'Auntie' Mothersill This is the world's WORST.... person to write about... Simply because by the end of this bio... you will be saying no one can be a Perfect Patty... well meet Perfected Peggy... the wonderful Dr. Peggy Earle my mommie. In brief my mom conceived her first child at 15 and by the time she was 25 she had 6 children... she was touted most likely not to succeed... They said she was nothing and that her children would be nothing. But my mom wrote her own story and she taught us to read it! My mom taught us that life may not always be fair, but it will always be real. She believed it was only two ways to live victorious or defeated. She taught us either you believe what people say about you or believe what God ordained for you...that's it no two ways about it! So I grew up in a household of faith and encouragement believing in my God given abilities and believing in a mother that I never saw QUIT... she worked 2 and 3 jobs then went to night school to give us a better life. Her hard work and dedication paid off. She sent all 6 of her children to college... She has 4 children with advance degrees 1 with a PhD and 3 with Masters entertaining a PhD. You see my mom may not be Prefect Patty but she has mastered being Perfected Peggy Earle she has perfected being a wife, mother, daughter, educator and friend. More than that it is perfectly okay for me to say she is everything I could ever hope to be...and I'm glad the apple doesn't fall to far from the tree... I love you MOM!


    MOM and Me.... Auntie

  • 01:00

    The Color of Medicine with Dr. Earle Robinson MD and Joyce Fitzpatrick

    in History

     


    Earle U. Robinson Jr. M.D., and Film Producer/Director who is currently producing the documentary are BWE Empowerment Radio's Guest on 2/25/15 as we close out the Black History month celebration.


    Once HGP was built it a was a credentialed medical center and training program from 1937 until the mayor of St. Louis closed the hospital in 1975. During those years it trained doctors ( in all the  advanced specialties), nurses , radiology techs, laboratory techs, record librarians and hospital administrators that served throughout the country.The hospital routinely sent doctor to the segregated South to provide care for Blacks there.


     

  • 01:24

    Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with Sean Patrick McGraw

    in Country Music

    Call it Irish grit. “If you grew up where I grew up,” McGraw recalls, “you were automatically hyphenated either Irish, Polish, or Italian, and your dad worked in the mill, that was a given.” Hailing from a small steel industry town about 50 miles outside of Buffalo, New York, McGraw was raised on Hee-Haw (“We loved Conway Twitty, or at least his haircut”) and rough games of hockey and football. Small for his age and showing little athletic promise, he gravitated towards music, and good thing: “If I’d have stuck with the sports I liked any longer I might have ended up getting my head taken off. We never wore pads, let alone helmets.” Instead, McGraw grew out his hair, picked up a cheap Japanese guitar, and at 13 started a rock band with friends, playing in bars a couple of nights a week—with a note from his mother in hand, in case the cops asked any questions.


    As soon as he finished high school, McGraw hightailed it to Los Angeles with rock star dreams and a country sensibility. Wearing out records by Dwight Yoakam and Steve Earle, and “digging through stacks of junk at the Pasadena flea market looking for old Buck Owens and Johnny Cash on vinyl,” he developed his own unique hard-core hillbilly sound.


    It’s a crazy life, and McGraw looks upon it with bemused satisfaction in “My So Called Life,” reflecting, “Some days I own this town, other days it shoots me down/Always I’m still hanging round, holdin’ on to hope.” Expertly depicting the driving pace of his “Honky Tonk Life,” McGraw stubbornly continues to hope: “I could quit all this road stuff, go back to my real job, put in a straight 9 to 5/But I love the neon, I love the people, and I love the Honky Tonk Life.”

  • 02:19

    Secret War on Black America and Victims' Families, Part 4

    in Politics Progressive

    THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT

    Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

    Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.


    POLICE BRUTALITY and PRISON SLAVERY are the February 18th topics for Black History Month on "Human Rights Demand" channel. Special guests include H.I. Williams, of Afrikan Judicial and Police Observer, Lee Wood, of CAPS, Dr. Earle Williams, a clinical psychologist who performs psych exams for prisoners, hosted by Mary Neal, director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, Human Rights for Prisoners March, and the Davis-MacPhail Truth Committee, an anti-dp organization. Meet with us and have your say on Wednesday nights at 9pm EST throughout February 2015 at (347) 857-3293, and have your say!


    Your comments and questions are welcome on our "Secret War on Black America and Victims' Families, Part 4" episode. All shows are archived for future listening at your convenience 24/7.

  • 00:46

    Radio [itvt]: "Refashioning of Pay-TV's Technology and Content Infrastructure"

    in Technology

    [itvt] is pleased to present an audio recording of the TVOT NYC 2014 session, "The Refashioning of Pay-TV's Technology and Content Infrastructure." The session was described in the show brochure as follows:


    "By most accounts, the past few months have been a rocky time for pay-TV: according to a recent report from Leichtman Research Group, for example, the 13 largest operators in the US (representing 95% of the market) lost 150,000 video subscribers in the third quarter, compared to 25,000 in the same period last year; and nary a day goes by without a story appearing in the business press about the 'decline' or even the 'demise' of pay-TV.


    This session brings together representatives of some of the companies that are looking to help pay-TV arrest its video-subscriber losses and revitalize its technology and content infrastructure with innovative solutions that will enable it to adapt to a rapidly evolving video world. Panelists will articulate their visions of the future of pay-TV, and debate and discuss the respective roles that will be played in that future by such new technologies and phenomena as the cable Reference Design Kit (RDK), HTML5, the incorporation of broadband services and applications onto the pay-TV set-top box, the migration to IP, multiscreen delivery, the emergence of cloud-based content services, and more." Panelists included:



    Steve Donohue, Editor-in-Chief, The Donohue Report (Moderator)
    Mike Earle, CEO, aioTV
    Fred Handsman, SVP of Strategic Planning and Business Development, Vubiquity
    Michael Hawkey, SVP and GM, Sling Media
    Tara Maitra, EVP and GM of Content and Media Sales, TiVo
    Bernee Strom, Founder and Executive Chairman, WebTuner
    Robin Wilson, VP of Business Development, NAGRA


     

  • 00:37

    The Flatlanders: Now It's Now Again

    in Music

    A group of three friends who made music in a house in Lubbock, Texas, recorded an album that wasn’t released and went their separate ways into solo careers. That group became a legend and then - twenty years later - a band. The Flatlanders - Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and Butch Hancock - are icons in American music, with songs blending country, folk, and rock that have influenced a long list of performers, including Robert Earl Keen, the Cowboy Junkies, Ryan Bingham, Terry Allen, John Hiatt, Hayes Carll, Lucinda Williams, Steve Earle, and Lyle Lovett.


    In The Flatlanders: Now It's Now Again, Austin author and music journalist John T. Davis traces the band’s musical journey from the house on 14th Street in Lubbock to their 2013 sold-out concert at Carnegie Hall. He explores why music was, and is, so important in Lubbock and how earlier West Texas musicians such as Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison, as well as a touring Elvis Presley, inspired the young Ely, Gilmore, and Hancock. Davis vividly recreates the Lubbock countercultural scene that brought the Flatlanders together and recounts their first year (1972–1973) as a band, during which they recorded the songs that, decades later, were released as the albums More a Legend Than a Band and The Odessa Tapes. He follows the three musicians through their solo careers and into their first decade as a (re)united band, in which they cowrote songs for the first time on the albums Now Again and Hills and Valleys and recovered their extraordinary original demo tape, lost for forty years. Many roads later, the Flatlanders are finally both a legend and a band.