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“State of Affairs”
Joe Carnahan serves as an executive producer on the NBC drama “State of Affairs.” He also directed the pilot episode. Carnahan is currently riding a hot streak in television with multiple projects either on the air or being picked up. He wrote, directed the pilot and serves as executive producer on NBC’s hit “The Blacklist,” starring James Spader. State of Affairs airs Mondays on NBC.
JOHN MULANEY (Star, Creator/Executive Producer/Writer, NBC's "MULANEY")
Ann talks to renown sports producer/executive Ross Greenburg, winner of 52 Emmy Awards, about his body of work and his latest project, ROAD TO THE NHL WINTER CLASSIC, taking the viewer outside the lines with weekly episodes following the Washington Capitals and Chicago Blackhawks as they prepare to play in the NHL Winter Classic on Jan. 1, 2015.
Is a journey of self discovery. It’s about family, friendship, sisterhood, instinct, light verses dark, growth, love and loss.
This is a story of a group of high school seniors that embark on a spring break camping trip, to investigate the myths they had been researching and learning from their history teacher. During their trip, they stumble on an old haunted Indian Burial ground and get more than they bargained for when some of the group start to vanish.
We are honored to recieve Executive Producer Kim Marie and Actors Lou Ferrigno Jr, SilverFox and much more.
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"Our universal spiritual laws are always in action. Understanding how they interact with each other and impact our lives is helpful as it supports us to create visions and feelings focused on positive interactions with the self and those around us." - Shajen Joy Aziz
Tune in as Shajen Joy Aziz joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Program.
Shajen Joy Aziz is Co-author and Executive Producer of "Discover the Gift" and Director of Operations at Equilibrium Entertainment, as well as a founding member of the Southern California Association of Transformational Leaders. She is also a Master Educator with over twenty years of experience as a Principal, Counselor, Program Creator/Director, and Special Educator and is passionate about children and young adults as they are our future. Her motto is "Learning for Life – Empowering the Future." Visit Shajen’s website at www.discoverthegift.com
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Rev. Dr. Darryl B. Ingram will join us to share his knowledge and unique perspective on executive church leadership. Dr. Ingram has served as the Executive Director of Christian Education for the African Methodist Episcopal Church (AMEC) since 2004 and he is candidate for Bishop in 2016. If you have ever wondered what do those people do, don't miss this show.
Courtney Allen, creator, producer, and co-writer of the At Risk Web Series. She has been a social caseworker for the past 11 years and these stories along with many others loosely describe the face of the clients we service and the caseworkers themselves. The good, bad, ugly, disgraceful, funny, and scandalous moments are all there.
At Risk chronicles the lives and tragic realities of 5 caseworkers as they attempt to balance the harsh reality of their client’s stories with their own lives.
POV, PBS's long-running showcase for independent non-fiction films, recently unveiled six new interactive documentary shorts that it bills as "allow[ing] audiences to engage...on a deeper level, using new technologies and new paradigms in storytelling" (note: more information on each of the documentaries can be found here). Four of the documentaries were created by alumni of POV Hackathon, POV's weekend laboratory series, which provides mentorship and collaboration opportunities for non-fiction media makers and technologists.
In this recorded interview with [itvt] editor-in-chief, Tracy Swedlow, Adnaan Wasey, executive producer of POV Digital, discusses how the six films use interactivity and new forms of storytelling to deepen audiences' engagement with their subject matter; describes the work of POV Hackathon; and explains why he believes that documentaries should no longer be confined by traditional linear narratives.
Tonight join The Gist of Freedom with host Roy Paul as we talk with the executive producer, of the play Black Wall Street, Walter E. Puryear! Running at The Andrew Freedman Home, 1125 GrandCouse Bronx, NY starting Thursday September 18th thru Sunday October 5,204.
BLACK WALL STREET by Celeste Bedford Walker
In 1921, in a small community in Tulsa Oklahoma, there was a Black paradise called Greenwood. This community consisted of Blacks, Indians, and Jews, who respected and did business with each other. In time the town was soon known as Black Wall Street. In a mere 36 block section of town, these African-Americans owned and operated up to 600 thriving businesses. One of the most popular of these businesses was Old Lady Boleys’,(fictional) an eating establishment which is where our play begins. One Sunday evening, the town’s more influential citizens gathered to have their pictures taken for the local newspaper; in honor of the community’s 20th anniversary. Before the play ends, the entire community of Greenwood is completely burned to the ground. In a 12 hour period, a major Black economic movement is halted.
Walter E. Puryear is the Mid-Bronx Council’s project manager for the Andrew Freedman Home. When the home opened in the Bronx in 1924, it looked like a limestone luxury liner sailing up the Grand Concourse, a grandiosity that advertised its odd function: a privately endowed retirement home for the formerly well-to-do, those who might have lost their money but not their manners or manorial tastes.
Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, a columnist for ALIST magazine and PERREAULT Global Digital magazine; Certified Hypnotherapist (CHt), EFT, and consultant.
Our Guest: Alan Steinfeld has been the host and producer of the New Realities television show for the past 15 years for Time/Warner television in New York City. In that time he has produced over 2000 interview programs with the leading-edge thinkers, scientists, artists, paradigm shifters and religious leaders from around the world.
From the obscure to the well known, Alan has traveled the world in pursuit of truth, esoteric knowledge, and ancient wisdom. Some of his most well known guests include Deepak Chopra, John Gray, John Anthony West and Ram Dass.
In addition to New Realities he is a writer, producer, director, photographer and acupuncturist.
Alan is the author of the book, Careers in Alternative Medicine, published by Rosen Publishing, now in its third edition.
Alan is a licensed acupuncturist with a Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe. He also studied with Jeffery Yuen, who is the lineage holder of 88 generations of Jade Purity school of Taoism.
Alan is the Director of the narrative film "Never Wear A Dead Man's Shoes" which is about modern Jewish superstitions. Alan has produced documentaries in India (on spiritual leaders), in Egypt (on ancient temples along the Nile), in Santa Fe (on the healing arts), and in Los Angeles (on dolphin intelligence).
He loves to travel, but calls Manhattan his home base.
Only One Option for GOP If Obama Declares Immigration Amnesty and that is Impeachment. Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted after President Obama indicated that he still feels "obliged" to take executive action on immigration reform. I feel obliged to do everything I can lawfully with my executive authority to make sure we don’t keep on making the system worse. Whatever executive actions that I take will be replaced and supplanted by action by Congress. You send me a bill I can sign, and those executive actions go away," said Obama. Napolitano explained the president can tell DHS how to process people once they come into this country. But he believes Obama would be committing an impeachable offense if he directs DHS and the Border Patrol to "look the other way." Napolitano said it comes down to whether the "practical effect of his executive order is the opposite of what the law requires." He added that he realizes Republicans do not want to pursue impeachment. We hope to bring the facts out into the light on next Thursday's radio show at 11:AM