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Carly Reichert Blake is a Communications major out of The College of New Jersey. Upon graduation, Carly moved to California where she was a production assistant, post production coordinator and director's assistant on television shows ER, The West Wing, Third Watch and Monk. Her production responsibilities included talent relations, aiding Assistant Directors in running first team and background, liason to all production departments, and production assistance of all post production dubbing, ADR and credits.
When Carly returned to New Jersey, she was hired by MSG Varsity as a media trainer. Carly was promoted to Production Manager of Content Development in August of 2011. She works as a coordinator with the producers of HS Life, Student News and the Student Director's Cut, as well as the color analyst for MSG Varsity Softball. She also worked as a production coordinator for MSG Varsity's Talent Show and was an Associate Producer for MSG Varsity's V-Awards.
Carly currently works for Cablevision, Optimum network and Local Programming. She co-produces Neighborhood Journal, a regional program in the tri-state. She also produces and edits PSA's for all of Cablevision. Carly has been nominated for 3 Emmy Awards. Two for her work as a production coordinator on the Talent Show and one for being an Associate Producer on the V-Awards.
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Jack Gordon is a professional media producer and photographer who for the past decade has created media projects in support of community development programs both in the USA and abroad which focus on human rights, public health, environmental conservation, and education. His credits include short-form advocacy documentaries, television programming, and photo projects for print and web publications.
Coming from a family with Jewish, Christian, and Bahá’í relatives, Gordon has a deeply personal understanding of the importance of building positive interfaith relationships and currently serves on the Board of the InterFaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington as a representative for the DC area Bahá’í community. At home and abroad, his work strives to reflect a dedication to service, to community-building, and to recognizing the inherent nobility of the entire human family. Visit Jack’s website at www.jackontheroad.com
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This episode is a rebroadcast of a previous show - "Self Worth of Young Girls and the Media" Is the self-worth of young people, particularly young women determined by the media?
When we watch any music video, television shows, or read any of the fashion magazines, we can clearly see that the media is not very kind to girls. Today, the expectations to look a certain way are totally wild and unrealistic.
Listen again and ask questions, let us know what your think.. Email us at Youngmediacritics@gmail.com
Hear from the Young Media Critics why body image matters for girls!
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economic warfare defined, euromaiden war/crisis and western media's outlook on the world stage.
Will the current sanctions on Russia force country's such as Germany to choose sides?
Has the media corrupted western views of the world stage?
Will the end of the 100$ a barrel oil fuse war?
Kyle Fritz Valle is a writer, producer, director, actor and editor working in Los Angeles. Most recently Kyle has secured leading roles in two films. The first, ‘NO MORE CHANCES’, is being produced by La Traviata Productions and the second, ‘HART BLVD.’, will be filming in New York City. Apart from acting Kyle is also single-handily heading up three of his own films. The first, a crime thriller, ‘STAKE OUT’; the second, a rom-com ‘KARMA’; and the third, a horror thriller ‘MODERN MEDICINE’. Kyle will be able to add these titles to his festival run shorts, ‘#Love’ and his first film ‘MIRAGE’, upon their completion. He is also currently developing the script for a Sci-Fi action feature which has already generated interest from individual producers and financiers alike. When he's not writing or researching a new script, directing or producing an original production or starring in some one else’s, Kyle is working out. He loves working out and playing basketball although he's quick to point out that physical fitness is just another part of the job. The man of a million talents lives humbly with his girlfriend Erin Aine Smith (actress) and their two dogs Penny Lane (8yrs.) and their puppy Mr. Whipples (1yr) in a “quiet” little part of LA.
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