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Due to technical difficulties last week 9/23/2014 - this episode will broadcast on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 at 5 p.m.
What was the relationship between radio drama and early television programming?
What company began selling Television set in 1939
Young Media Critics Host, Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate, Erika Shoemaker resume their examination of the medium - Television.
Join the Young Media Critics on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 5 p.m. EST as they answer the above questions and many others and share facts about broadcast televions.
However mean your life is, meet it and live it; do not shun it and call it hard names. It is not so bad as you are. It looks poorest when you are richest. The fault-finder will find faults even in paradise. Love your life, poor as it is. You may perhaps have some pleasant, thrilling, glorious hours, even in a poorhouse. The setting sun is reflected from the windows of the almshouse as brightly as from the rich man's abode; the snow melts before its door as early in the spring. I do not see but a quiet mind may live as contentedly there, and have as cheering thoughts, as in a “sunset and evening star hunching and bending sleeping and slipping virus pneumonia coughing and crying hope in the small things heaven looks brighter aching and falling earth is still darkness slip into sleeping sleepings of death dead now and buried cold now and crumbling dust now and hope-filled heaven is hope (and loneliness lingers in those left behind)”
Storytelling as an ancient art form and a valuable form of human expression. In Rolf Jensen's The Dream Society, he predicts: "The highest-paid person in the first half of [this] century will be the 'storyteller' [...] valued for his or her ability to produce 'dreams' for public consumption."
People are captivated by a good story. They enjoy two types of stories: one with which they can identify or relate to and one that allows them a view into the lives of other people. This is why reality television has soared in popularity. We really can't help our curiosity. People love to know what is going on in other's lives. Storytelling is an ancient art that has never lost popularity. At one time it was the stuff that legends were made of. Now it's a way in which we connect and share. It's also a valuable skill to learn.
Cortney McDermott says, "How can you grow rich in any field? By mastering your story. No one else has your story. It's your snowflake, your unique contribution."
To learn more about storytelling, join Club Captivate - www.chantiniven.com
Dr. Bradley Nelson is the developer of the most advanced form of energy healing on the planet. A holistic Chiropractic Physician and Medical Intuitive, Dr. Nelson is one of the world’s foremost experts in the emerging fields of Bioenergetic Medicine and Energy Psychology.
Dr. Nelson has been a guest on countless radio and television shows, and has presented his very timely healing message to tens of millions around the world.
Now is your chance to have Dr. Bradley Nelson work on you live on the air, with fans from around the world tuning-in. Dr. Brad will also be answering your questions. Don't miss this chance to learn from the author of The Emotion Code and The Body Code.
Call in to speak with Dr. Brad (347) 857-3622
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30 to 40 minutes of talk about everything from Movies and Television to what dumb people are doing in my life...I Talk about Sports, Comic Books, Video Games and walking the dog....and don't forget The Top Ten Movies of the Weekend. This show is not Professional, if thats what you are looking for, I talk real and hold no punches. Give it a couple listens to get the feel for it, one taste is not enough. Join Us!!!
Join us every WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT for Trade Martin's fast-paced, one half-hour conservative, political talk show.
We will discuss the most current political news.
I will also take your calls at (347) 838-8898.
Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.
Laura Moore is a psychic medium who does readings worldwide she’s been doing readings for over nineteen years is my guest. Laura’s appearances include: Radio, a local television program, and she has also appeared on the news concerning several missing person cases. Laura is a dedicated woman to her work; she doesn’t give false answers to any question. She is straight forward about anything she receives from the other side.
Laura feels she was born with the ability to connect with those who have crossed over. An astonishing traumatic event marked the beginning of her realization of her gift of being a psychic medium. Laura’s father was killed in a horrifying car accident that she had driven by, not knowing her father was the victim of a hit and run. He had been walking and a careless driver wasn’t watching the roads that day and took his life. Laura began to see and hear messages from her passed father and when her grandfather passed away soon after she experienced the same unexplained messages. Later she began to see and feel others who had passed over.
In a quest to learn more about what was happening Laura began to study about the afterlife and located people with the same proficient gift. Besides conveying readings for those who wish to connect with their loved ones Laura began to emerge down another path which included missing person cases. She began to specialize in missing person cases as well as readings. Laura realized that not only is doing readings part of her life story but missing person cases are as well. Laura also helps clients with spiritual development and assisting them with their own psychic abilities. Laura currently offers in person readings and phone readings , as well as Spiritual Devlopment all over the world.
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On Episode 58 Kinte & Yardley sit down with actor Christian Sloan who plays Parker. Air Date 9/30/14
Christian Sloan @christiansloan https://twitter.com/christiansloan
Christian Sloan is an actor, known for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (2011), Black Christmas (2006) and The Break-Up Artist (2009).
Hosts: Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF
Guest co host: Stephanie Chabeniuk
Yardley @militant_marker https://twitter.com/militant_marker won't be on show
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We go "Way Over the Rainbow" tonight with host Andrew Martin. This marks an exciting new hour, focusing on LGBT news, politics and entertainment. Andrew introduces guests, plays great music, and hopes to delve into serious LGBT culture while at the same time keeping the ambience light and fun.
Tonight's guest is Quinn Cummings. One of the greatest child actresses of our generation, she landed an Academy Award nomination for her supporting role as Lucy in "The Goodbye Girl" starring Richard Dreyfuss and Marsha Mason. That success quickly followed with a role on the iconic television series "Family," in which she co-starred with Sada Thompson, James Broderick and Kristy McNichol among others. After leaving the business, she invented the HipHugger baby harness for new mothers, and has since written three bestselling books on subjects ranging from home schooling to pet adoption.
Sarah Jakes is a take-charge businesswoman, writer, and media personality who expertly balances career, philanthropic outreach and family. As a multi-level communications brand Sarah’s work can be found everywhere from bookstores, to online, and even on the big screen.
As a writer, her articles and books chronicle her life story and the lives of women who have overcome extreme challenges to reach their goals in life. Sarah published her first book “Colliding with Destiny” in September 2013 and is scheduled to release her second book “Lost and Found” spring 2014. She’s also the senior editor of “eMotions” an online magazine designed to educate and empower women.
As on-air television personality she serves as a co-host for the international program “The Potter’s Touch”. She’s as a motivational speaker and emcee for a variety of conferences around the world. She can also be found online motivating, inspiring and entertaining over 500K followers on her multiple social media platforms including her blog sarajakes.com.
Under the mentorship of her father, media personality, bestselling author and film producer, T.D. Jakes, Sarah was responsible for grassroots marketing outreach for the feature film, “Not Easily Broken” and made a cameo appearance in the feature film “Sparkle”.
Sarah also oversees the women’s outreach program “Woman 2 Woman” at The Potter’s House of Dallas. When she is not pursuing her career endeavors, Sarah enjoys cooking, listening to music and spending quality time with her two children.
Donna Blue Lachman is a lover of all things theater. She has worked as a playwright,actor, director and teacher for more than 25 years. She was the founder and Artistic Director of the Blue Rider Theater Company in Chicago for 14 years where she wrote and performed 9 one-woman plays, leading to two Joseph Jefferson awards for best performance, several Playwright Fellowships and awards from the Chicago Artist’s International Program which allowed her to research and tour her production to Venice, Italy, Berlin and Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Her numerous awards include an Emmy for a television show for the City of Chicago. Her teaching credits include the School of the Art Institute, master degree programs at Chicago’s Columbia College and has served as Dramatist-in-Residence for the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.
Susan Block brings with her a vast knowledge of the arts and creativity. She is LaPorte County Poet Laureate Emeritus, playwright, writing workshop leader, art exhibition curator and cultural arts advocate. "Conversations On Creativity" is the brainchild of Block.
Series co-producer is Mary E. LaLuna, executive producer/creator of ArtSees Productions and host of “ArtSees Diner,”
Music for today's show was provided by Keenan Baxter.http://keenanbaxter.com
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