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Entertainer and former studio executive Jordan von Haslow and his collection of industry friends discuss their experiences working in Creative and Entertainment arenas. Showtime with Jordan von Haslow & Friends airs live every Tuesday at 4PM PT on Hot 702.5 FM Las Vegas.
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Today we chat with Mack Williams, an artist, animator, and sometime "provocateur". Mack is originally from beautiful Blackshear, GA and has worked with industry legends like Jon Stewart and Baz Luhrmann. Mack is a seasoned Animation Director with two decades of industry experience, known for producing and directing animated content from initial sto…
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Today we catch up with Jasten King, whose been on the show before, to talk about LA Pride, Television and other interesting things about the biz. Jasten is a Los Angeles based photographer and video director. Starting out in the punk scene photographing bands before joining politico-punk mates, KillRadio (Columbia/Sony). Jasten currently works cons…
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Today we get to have a deep conversation with Gigi Chen, an artist and painter based in New York City. Gigi Chen’s work creates an aesthetic that combines her training as a traditional animator and painter, along with her love of the techniques of Old Masters. Entrenched in the art of storytelling, the work pulls together her love of contemporary i…
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Today we get to talk with Katherine Kennedy and Jeremy Bastard, the Singer and Guitarist from the NYC-based band Autodrone, who have recently released the single Let It Ride, and are in production on a new album. Autodrone formed in the early 2000s. They combine songwriting that draws upon the members' psychological damage, morbid interests, and br…
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Today we chat with Jim Hardy about the recent launch of the Official Bob Hope YouTube Channel. Jim Hardy, has for years handled the licensing of these materials, issues pertaining to copyright and maintaining the extensive archives. In 1986, Jim filled in for a summer job at Bob Hope Enterprises as a production assistant. He never returned to his o…
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Today we had a great conversation with Illustrator and Animated Filmmaker Debra Solomon! Debra has been making animated films since 1995. She is a N.Y.F.A fellow and Jerome recipient, her films have won awards at festivals around the world, including a Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale, Best Soundtrack in Annecy, and a Special Jury Award at the Wo…
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Today we speak with Dean Butler, who has written the book PRAIRIE MAN: My Little House Life & Beyond. Dean is an actor, producer, and director best known for his role as Almanzo Wilder in Little House on the Prairie, based on the beloved Little House book series written by Laura Ingalls Wilder. He was a producer for NBC Golf’s Emmy-nominated series…
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Today's guest is the fabulous Honey Larochelle! Honey is a force to be reckoned with in the realm of music. Throughout her career, Honey has played prestigious stages around the world, captivating audiences with her mesmerizing presence and undeniable talent. From intimate jazz clubs in New York City to grand arenas in Europe, her performances leav…
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Today we chat up Brian Maffitt, who has a prolific background in VFX, Post Production and a myriad of other under-the-hood experiences in the entertainment industry. Brian is the Visual Effects Supervisor and Technical Director at Late Night Cartoons, the NY-based animation studio that produced Our Cartoon President, Tooning Out the News and many a…
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Today we catch up with our dear friend Angelina Feliciano to dish about movie money and living the LA dream. Angelina is a native Bronx Latina with over ten years working in the entertainment industry. She originally thought she would become a web designer or journalist, but became enamored with broadcast life at MTV, VH1, and various television an…
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On this episode we have a delightful chat with Frank McGrath and Valerie Summey, who both work in Editing and Post-Production for film and television. Frank McGrath is a film and television picture editor living in Los Angeles, California. He has been working in the film industry for 20 years, starting as an assistant editor on documentaries and mo…
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Today's guest, Jeffrey Sitcov, the President and Founder of Doors of Change, a Non-Profit Organization that helps the homeless youth get immediate access to basic living supplies, general and mental healthcare, and safe housing. Jeffrey has led a team of caring people wanting to help homeless youth get off the streets for over 21 years. Jeffrey has…
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Today our guest is David Reddish who reurns to the show for a raucous catch up about writing, both as an author and journalist. Internationally read and revered author Reddish continues to earn a loyal readership around the world. His novels include the cult works Sex, Drugs & Superheroes and its sequels Conquest of the Planet of the Geeks, and The…
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Today we have a lovely conversation with Enrica Ferruzzi, author of Beads of Light: A Story of Alignment. Enrica recounts her history, growing up with two distinct cultures and pursuing a career in the travel industry, where her leadership skills shine, but an inner restlessness persists. Driven by an unexplainable longing for deeper meaning, she s…
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Today we speak with Roslyn Kind, a dynamic, multi-talented entertainer who has forged a successful career in all facets of entertainment from critically acclaimed recordings to sold-out performances on Broadway and in top concert venues and nightclubs the world over. Roslyn combined two hits, "Look of Love" and "The Island", resulting in a medley t…
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Today's guest is Janine Fatone, a Burlesque Performer, Karaoke Host, and former live show back up singer for Britney Spears. Janine candidly shares her recent experience of being on Fox's "We Are Family" where whe performed a duet with her brother Joey Fatone, of NYSNC fame. Though Janine's primary goal is not fame and the limelight, she still enjo…
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On today's episode we speak with BLSST LUV (aka Saidu Conteh) about the many ups and downs life throws at us, and how he has focused on what he calls "the one thing we all need to truly survive and navigate through it all" - the power of self love. After having a near death experience May 2017 and spending 45 days in the hospital. BLSST LUV had to …
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Today's guest, Pete A. Turner, is a cultural expert with years working in the most dangerous and culturally challenging environments on earth. His stories and lessons inform leaders, to leverage existing cultural patterns. These smooth cultural paths leads to accomplishing goals with less chaos and cost. Much more than handshakes, Pete displays how…
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Today's guest is Alyssa Harris, a dynamic vocalist based in New York City. A few of Alyssa's starring roles include: Tina Turner in the Las Vegas strips' award-winning production Vegas! The Show, and featured vocalist on FOX's hit reality TV show I Can See Your Voice where her performance was called "So beautiful!" by R&B/Soul music legend Dionne W…
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Signe Baumane is a Latvian born, Brooklyn-based independent filmmaker, artist, writer, and animator. She has made 17 award-winning animated shorts. Her first animated feature Rocks In My Pockets premiered at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in 2014 where it received a FIPRESCI Prize. The film went on to over 130 international festivals. It …
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Today we chat with Mark Putnam, a national media strategist and ad maker for over three decades, and founder of the media firm Putnam Partners. His work bridges the political and non-political worlds, serving as one of President Obama's lead ad makers and the lead ad maker for President Biden's "Unite the Country" super PAC, as well as helping elec…
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Jill Monroe specializes as an Event Coordinator, Management & Media Consultant. Monroe has over 20 years experience working in Digital Media & advanced technologies under the umbrella of "UltraViolet Media Holdings." Monroe is a seasoned advertising executive with successful newspaper & magazine projects with Southern Illinois University & Pulitzer…
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Nikon Kwantu is a film and animation producer. His most recent work as an animation producer was for the documentary, Lowndes County and the Road to Black Power, Washingtonia, an animated feature for Comedy Central and Our Cartoon President, for Showtime. He has also been an animation and digital producer for Sesame Workshop, Flicker Lab, Animation…
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Today's guest is English born hair and makeup artist Mark Williamson, who discusses how his 22-year long career has taken many twists and turns including a degree in fine art. After 15 years of traveling the world working with top clients and models, Williamson continues working internationally as a hair and make up artist for fashion and advertisi…
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Lisa has been working as an actor in Los Angeles for the past twenty years, originally from Wyandotte, Michigan, a Detroit suburb. When she isn't working she spends time with her husband, cat and rescue dogs. She is also a volunteer, helping animals and homeless. Lisa and her husband, actor, Jef McClure, are launching a new production company; Gene…
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Tanya Pearson is a Public Historian and Director of the Women of Rock Oral History Project, a collection of digital interviews and written transcripts documenting the lives and careers of (women-identified) rock musicians. A documentary film based on the interviews is currently in production as well as an oral history of rock music. Why Marianne Fa…
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Today our guest is Ruta Lee, one of Hollywood's most multifaceted and top-notched civic contributors. Born in Montreal, Lee is the daughter of a Lithuanian tailor. While at Hollywood High, Lee's career in show business began at the famed Grauman's Chinese Theatre… as an usherette, then candy girl. She was quickly promoted to box office cashier and …
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Today we sit down in studio with Lisa Gay, renowned music luminary, voclaist, entertainer, and newly minted Creative Director for the Modern Showrooms in Las Vegas. Lisa captures audiences with her smooth, yet powerful tones and riffs showcasing a unique style like no other reminiscent of “Young Ella” Fitzgerald, “Divine One” Sarah Vaughan, Phyllis…
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In today's episode we speak with Marko Grujic, a director, producer and writer, born in Zajecar, Serbia about his latest projects, the documentary Tribute to a Rockstar and the comedy The Valley. He moved to United States in 2001, and while in high school, he discovered a passion for filmmaking and became a part of Gallery 37. He studied film direc…
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Today we speak with Marco Ragozzino, a writer/director based in Los Angeles, CA. Originally from West Palm Beach, FL, Marco pursued filmmaking at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Upon relocating to Hollywood, he founded the boutique production company Marc-o-Vision Studios and produced several award-winning short films. In 2017, Marco wo…
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Today our guest is John Barbour, a legendary producer who is recognized as The Godfather of Reality TV", among many other things. As we approach November 22nd, the 60th anniversary of John F Kennedy’s assassination, it might be a good time to speak with Multi-Emmy winner and godfather of Reality TV, who defined the rise of fake news with the critic…
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This week we talk to Roman Molino Dunn, a film composer and Billboard-charting music producer, also known as Electroptoint. His film and TV composing work includes Huracán (HBO), Snakehead (Samuel Goldwyn Films, Roadside Attractions), a #1 Netflix film Ai Love You (Netflix), Animals of America's National Parks (Disney+/NatGeo), Wild Babies of Ameri…
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Today we chat with Michael Gutenplan, a third-generation psychic! Michael has over 23 years of professional experience in the world of entertainment. A world-class entertainer, he knows how to engage and captivate the most sophisticated and hardest to please audiences. He can be seen reading minds and performing his amazing feats of prestidigitatio…
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Today's guest is Kym Priess! Originally from Austin Texas, Los Angeles-based interdisciplinary artist Kym Priess is a pure pioneerwoman, fierce frontwoman, adventurous musician, writer, live host and actor. Most recently, her immersive, interactive electro-rock project STUNTDRIVER opened for Peaches. The album “Saga” was co-produced by John Avila o…
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On today's episode we speak with Randall Kaplan, a visual artist, animator and filmmaker. Randall was drawn into uncanny territory since a very young age and has used it to fuel his work. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Randall was always very sensitive to his surroundings, and the thoughts and feelings they would give him. Much of what frig…
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Today we talk with Lucien Harriot, what we consider a "digital renaissnce man", about the ins and outs and ups and downs of all things VXF and AI...and the Rubix Cube! Since 1996, Lucien Harriot has been the driving force behind Mechanism Digital, a New York City-based studio specializing in award-winning visual effects, animation, and next-gen med…
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On today's episode we chat with Alisa Stern and Scott Ampleford, who wrote and directed the short film Spiral to the Center. In the film, Rick reviews records and talks about music online. After his reaction to a strange record goes viral, a documentary filmmaker follows Rick down the rabbit hole where he uncovers twelve albums, a record label that…
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In today's episode we speakwith Charles D. Lincoln, an actor, writer, producer, musician, activist, and sometimes-advice columnist. Charles was born and spent the first few years of his life in the area of New York City known as Hell's Kitchen, to a mixed race mother and horror/adult film legend, Fred J. Lincoln, who instilled in him a love of cine…
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On today's show we chat with Matthew Kulewicz, a Two-Time Emmy Honors recipient, Recording Engineer/Sound Mixer, Voice Actor and musician, originally from NY currently based out of Los Angeles, CA. Mathew received Master’s Degree for Music Technology at NYU with honors in Tonmeister studies. He is an active member of MPSE (Motion Picture Sound Edit…
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On today's episode entertainment writer Jim Colucci give us snippets about what it takes to write books about some of the greatest shows in TV history and an endearing story about finally nailing an interview with Bea Arthur. Jim's work has appeared in such publications as TV Guide, Inside TV, Quick & Simple, InTouch, The Advocate, Next and CBS’ Wa…
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Maya Azucena’s dynamic 4-octave vocal range explores the passionate grit of Blues, Gospel and Rock, while easily entering the warmth and storytelling of the Singer-Songwriter. Regardless of genre, all of Maya’s performances seem to come from a deep place in her heart, affecting the audience in an emotional way. Among several awards for her music an…
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Today we chat with DJ Mike Trotter who takes us on his journey through art, events, and ultimately music and djing, from North Carolina to New York City to Miami Beach. He shares insights about his music curration process and navigating the world of DJing. Trotter is a force to be reckoned with, elevating his DJ career from his 8 year residencies i…
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On today's episode we talk with Georgiana Rodrigues, otherwise known as Noopy, about both her mother's centennial celebration, Rose Marie Sings, as well her own stint in the world of production. The estate of Rose Marie launched a centennial celebration honoring the star of stage, screen, radio and television whose career spanned 90 years from Baby…
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On today's episode we talk with Princess Superstar! With two top 20’s under her belt including “Bad Babysitter” and “Perfect Exceeder” (#3 on the UK charts), Princess has recorded 7 astonishing albums and has had numerous collaborations with musicians and producers such as Armand Van Helden, Moby, Kool Keith, Prince Paul of De La Soul, Chilly Gonza…
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Susan-Sojourna Collier is an Emmy Nominated veteran television writer, who has worked on daytime drama series, including All My Children, Port Charles, and One Life to Live. She partnered with the late Tommy Ford to produce two features for Lionsgate/Grindstone. The first, Conflict of Interest, is the highest-rated film on Aspire TV. The second fea…
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In today's episode we speak with Raihven Minter, a highly skilled film and media professional with a bachelor's degree in film production from Georgia State University. With several years of experience in production, she has worked in various production roles ranging from production assistant to director. Raihven is a proficient organizer and has p…
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This week we speak with long time friend Christi Bertelsen. Christi is a multidisciplinary artist: Director, Art Director, Animator, Storyboarder, Compositor, Editor, and Educator are the ways she earns a living. Her award-winning films have been screened in several countries, aired on PBS, and featured at the Smithsonian National Museum of the Ame…
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In today's episode we speak with filmmaker John Morena. A New York City native; born in The Bronx, migrated to Brooklyn. His films have screened worldwide including several official selections to Oscar® qualifying festivals such as Annecy, Ottawa, Hiroshima, Anima Mundi, Animafest Zagreb and the International Children’s Festivals in both Chicago an…
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In this episdoe we talk with Scott F. Mason, otherwise know as Damn Edna's Honorary Understudy. He has an artistic resume’ that spans over 30 years. He was a member of the National Dramatists Guild, having written over 25 plays, including book writer for two shows with musical theatre partner, Joyce Hill Stoner, that were presented at Don’t Tell Ma…
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