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On the Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 broadcast we chat with Lon Levin, creative director and co-founder of Xanate Media.
We'll review developments in the arts and digital media, hear about upcoming events particularly the US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, California which begins Saturday, July 30th, thtrough August 7th, 2011.
For a recent mashup of the event, click here.
On the Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 broadcast we take a look back at the year in review and focus on the future of digital media developments.
What a year in social media? Starting with the 'Arab Spring', followed by the series of toppled governments, to Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Healthcare, the experience has been no less than breathtaking.
We'll reflect both through the rear view mirror as well as stare into the crystal ball.
On the June 23rd broadcast 2011 at 2PM Pacific/5PM Eastern, co-founder and director of digital media strategy, Gregg Masters chats with Lon Levin, co-founder and creative director of Xanate Media about the impending release the inaugural July issue of the 'Illustrators Journal'.
We'll preview the issue's content, including snipets from the exception "Artist as Brand' series as popularized by master illustrator and visionary artist extraordinaire Greg Spalenka.
Join us for an overdue update, and a preview of what's store .
Declared "a great marketing mind" by business legend Robert Allen, Larry has captured the respect of billionaires, CEO's, best-selling authors and marketing gurus. He developed the Thought Leadership Marketing® methodology which today has been implemented by over 50 of the Fortune 500. He's owned 7 businesses in 6 industries and has consulted with CEO's of over 85 companies. Areas of World-Class Expertise Include: Publishing & Media, Internet Marketing, Social Media, Productization, New Business Development, Marketing & Advertising, Sales Strategy & Management, Copy Writing http://www.ofelevenmedia.com They are NOW on the Internet Radio Airways. Become a Fan of "The World of Success" Sing Here http://marketingspeakingworldsummit.com
On the Wednesday, December 21st, 2011 broadcast at 3PM Pacific/6PM Eastern time, we discuss the year in review and plans for 2012.
Lon Levin, chief creative officer of XanateMedia will discuss the Winter Edition of IllustratorsJournal (IJ), and more.
On the Wednesday May 2nd, 2012 broadcast our special guest is writer and published author Josephine Angelini. For more information, click here.
Josephine is the creative force behind the popular teen trilogy series starting with Starcrossed and the recently released Dreamless 'YA' (young adult) novels.
In the 'about me' section, Josephine reveals:
'I was supposed to be a boy. At least, my mother was convinced I was going to be a boy when she was pregnant with me. She claimed that I "carried" like a boy, but since I'm the youngest of eight, and I have six sisters and only one beloved brother, it is reasonable to assume that my mother was simply suffering from a massive case of wishful thinking. Whatever the reasons, my parents were so convinced I was going to be a boy they had even decided on a boy name for me—Joseph. But I'm a girl.' To read the rest of the story, click here. Join us!
Zach is the founder of the De Miche (Meech) group, a digital content marketing agency and the lead content developer for Fortune 50 companies , government entities and academic organizations like , Proctor & Gamble, Macy's, Rutgers University, and the Seventeen Magazine.
Current Principal at Advanced Digital Marketing, a consulting practice providing business development strategy through digital solutions.
He's is a an advocate for the arts and education, and was the former chair of "imagine Doing" , an organization that teaches critical thinking skills through the arts.
Zach Graduated Howard University's school of business Magna Cum Laude with a degree in finance and economics.
Zachary was raised in the theater through the mentorship of producer/director Ricardo Khan, Founder of the Tony Award Winning Crossroads Theatre Company.
This show is dedicated to the godfather of black stage actors: Ira Aldridge, the self-proclaimed “African Roscius” of the 19th century.
The African Grove Theater was A Shakespearean Playhouse Founded in 1816 by Activist William Brown. It was mysteriously burned to the ground.
In 1816 William Brown a retired African American ship steward bought a house in Manhattan on Thompson Street. He used his garden in his backyard to host social events. They were such a big hit that people traveled from all over NY to attend. An all-black theatre troupe and company grew out these tea garden performances.
Riding the success of the theater, Brown later built a fully-fledged performance space on the second floor of his home
– for an audience of more than 300 – at 165 Mercer St., just south of Houston St.
On the Wednesday January 4th 2012 broadcast at 2PM Pacfici and 5PM Eastern our special guest is Sindee Levin, music publisher at Sindee Levin Music, President at American Mechanical Rights Agency Inc, and Attorney At Law at Law Offices of Sindee Levin.
Sindee Levin is a veteran entertainment attorney whose credentials include business affairs at major film studios, music publishing and mechanical collection and extensive private practice. A noted expert who speaks at conferences, panels and seminars nationwide, she is a well-versed authority on international as well as domestic business models.
Her legal career began at the firm of Wyman, Bautzer, Rothman, Kuchel & Sibert, a firm that represented MGM/UA Pictures among other mega-clients. The breakthrough Taylor Hackford film, La Bamba, was a prediction of Levin’s future axis of music and cinema. “La Bamba foreshadowed my career in many ways,” she notes. “I was doing film and music and clearances, and later I ended up representing the estate of Eddie Cochran.”
The advertising industry is currently going through some dramatic changes. People are tuning out many forms of traditional advertising which is forcing many companies to think outside of the box when it comes to promoting their product. Advertising outlets like TV, newspaper and billboards will always have their place, but their effectiveness is diminishing. Learn how digital media advertising offers creative, cost effective ways to promote events, products and services before target specific groups.
On the Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 broadcast, our special guest is published author, illustrator and all around good guy Paul Pate from Michigan.
Paul is the creator and author of Detective Perez, which according to one review, is 'a sometimes one drawback of the graphic novel genre is that the plot has to be simplified a bit, due to constraints of size. Not true here in this debut graphic novel by Paul Pate. In fact the plot twists can get a bit dizzying. Grab a copy and hang on!'
'It reminds me a bit of Sin City. Here, one honest cop takes on corrupt cops, gangsters, rogue FBI agents and maybe even vampires. Or at least they seem to be vampires. Oh yes, and of course there's the obligatory visit to a strip club.'
'Detective Perez is a well done, fully three dimensional believable character. Joining him is a truly original and fun vampire killer named- of all things- "Bubba". I liked Bubba and I hope we see more of him.'
'The art- also by Paul Pate- is a simple monochrome drawing. But the starkness and lack of color actually adds here, rather than detracts.'
'Fun, lots of action and a real page turner.'
Urban Grandstand Relaunches
Cleveland, OH, October 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Following a near two year hiatus, Cleveland-based online magazine Urban Grandstand has re-launched.
Operated most times throughout the past decade as a one-man show, the site shut down indefinitely in 2010 for various reasons. The company’s publisher, James Johnson, speaks candidly about the short hiatus....
"Urban Grandstand has been my baby; so to speak, for more than a decade. It actually began as Urban Connectionz in 2002, and there have been so many successful moments throughout that time. First and foremost, as someone with no Journalism experience in the beginning; yet having a strong desire to gain that experience, it was a way for me to have my own vehicle, and get to that next level. When people were constantly telling me no, it was a way for me to bypass those people and get what I wanted. I've had the tremendous blessing of interviewing hundreds of artists, musicians, television, and film stars over the years. During those years, I took things a step further by pursuing my education. In retrospect, shutting down for a short period was the best thing I could have done, because it allowed me to focus on my educational goals, and I've been able to earn multiple degrees in Journalism. I can now use this vehicle to truly take the Journalism world by storm, and show another side than what people have been used to seeing out there."
Name: James Johnson
Title: Founder, Editor-in-Chief
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