Rebroadcast of John Fetterman who is now the Lieutenant Governor-Elect of Pennsylvania.“With over a decade of experience as mayor of Braddock, PA, John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) has announced he is running for US Senate. He came on the podcast
Tod Plotkin founder and principal of Greenbuzz Agency shares his professional narrative on the podcast. His story starts in L.A. working on movies sets right out of college, then back in D.C. he develops as video producer, which leads him to ev
Sue O'Hora works at Henninger Media Services as the Director of Marketing and Senior Producer and is responsible for writing and producing original projects. She joins us to talk about the producing and creative development side of video.Tune i
This special episode of Media on the Radio follows my Dad and his work helping local refugees in Pittsburgh. We meet a Syrian family from Aleppo who beat the odds and made it to America, but they now face several other challenges. Some of the c
Getting connected to a creative community EP# 57 (Bill Coughlan)Bill talks about his evolution as a filmmaker and how he developed skills to serve both is creative pursuits and his professional career. He also shares resources for local DC crea
In this episode, Jonathan Goldfuss shares his experience of working on the west coast during the dot-com boom. We track his career working on brands including hotwire.com, AOL, and ThinkFoodGroup. What he has learned from many years of experie
Brian has taken a long journey developing his career. Before settling down, he worked various temporary jobs and traveled the world. For the last 5-7 years he has found success and satisfaction in the corporate world, but he recently made a cha
Kevin Sampson of Picture Lock & DCBFF and I share our struggles, perspectives, and excitement as we grow as entrepreneurs and develop our business ventures. Enjoy this uncut and unfiltered conversation!
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With special co-host Andrew Limberg, we chat with Rick Sebak, a documentarian who has produced countless films for PBS. During the conversation we learn that Andrew was a Rick Sebak fanboy starting in middle school when he first sent him fan ma
With special co-host Andy Limberg, we talk to Jay Caufield about his two Stanley Cup Championships, his transition from player to hockey analyst, and about his stint as a Hollywood actor sharing the screen with Jean-Claude Van Damme. CHECK IT O
Larry Richert is the Voice of Pittsburgh. He has a long career as a broadcast journalist working in both radio and television. In this episode he talks about how he got his start and his account of the changing industry of local media over the
Want to work in social??? Take a tip from Carnegie Mellon University's Social Media Manager: Laura Kelly. She provides great insight for anyone wanting to level up their social media posting as well as advice for those seeking a career in this
LIZ EXPLAINS WHAT ELEMENTS MAKE A GREAT FUNDRAISING VIDEO. SHE ALSO SHARES SUCCESS STORIES ABOUT VIDEOS THAT HAVE HAD SIGNIFICANT FINANCIAL IMPACT ON ORGANIZATIONS.
Liz Norton was a freelance television producer for over ten years, with a foc
GABRIELLE PROVIDES EXTENSIVE INSIGHT ON GENERATIONAL TRENDS IN REGARDS TO PHILANTHROPY. SHE ALSO SHARES STORIES ABOUT HER OWN SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM ENGAGING MILLENNIAL DONORS.
Gabrielle Carlin Sherb is a Director of Development in the Washington
This is the first in a series of episode on non-profit fundraising. Brigid from the ACLU puts the emphasis on being diligent & working hard over developing the 'perfect pitch.' She says the most important thing to do when meeting with donors is
Lauren Knapp is a nonfiction storyteller who works across platforms to share true and compelling stories. She has been working in film, television, radio, and virtual reality since 2006 and her stories have been featured on the PBS NewsHour, PR
Mark, an illustrator from in New York has been crafting pictures and words to tell stories for over 30 year. He continued to live there for years doing freelance illustration and design work for a variety of clients and uses (Sony, Warner Bros.
Fabian, a talented motion graphic artist, chats about his work with ad agencies and well-known brands like Disney, Pepsi, and Vice News. We also talk about artistic burnout and the journey he took moving from NYC to Washington D.C. where he no
Emma and I chat about what goes into VR video production, how the technology is changing, and how the rules are still being written. Her company, Sunnyside Productions is a full-service video production company based in Washington, DC. They sp
Creative Co-working for Filmmakers EP #40 (Ian Fay) This episode features Ian Fay, a filmmaker and the “ringleader” at the Lookout DC. The Lookout is a co-working space for independent filmmakers to work and collaborate, designed specifically
Lisa Heller is a tax expert and CPA at Tate & Tryon. She works exclusively with non-profit organizations, but has a long history of helping small business owners. She joins the podcast to give advice for freelancers and small business owners ab
Harry Lee and I swap stories: he shares his experience with fiscal sponsorship and I attempt to demystify Kickstarter by recounting my experience of raising just about $50,000 for two projects. AND it just so happens that Harry has a Kickstart
Nate Johnson joins the podcast to share his story of getting into stand up comedy. We talk about the recent events in Berkeley involving Milo Yiannopoulos and the parallel issues of censorship and political correctness in the comedy world. For
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