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Season Two of “Reely Scared” Podcast Offers Discussion on Horror, Genre Films | Interview
Over two years ago, the Cleveland-based podcast network, Who Are They? Reel Entertainment, was founded by Matt Thomas and Nick Muhlbach with the initial goal of spotlighting their fellow local filmmakers. Since then, it has expanded into five different shows consisting of various content, from move trivia to pro-wrestling, and has added several other on-air personalities. One of the many shows with the WAT network is Reely Scared, a podcast hosted by Taylor Cleek and Conner Breedlove, that ensues discussion on horror news, the reviewing of films, guest interviews and live watch-alongs of movies.
$4000 Through Vocal Media Challenges By Kathryn Milewski - An Interview
I run a YouTube Channel where we interviewed writers who got fame on different writing platforms. Recently, we Invited Kathryn Milewski we take inspiration from her story from the Vocal Media resource page; How I've Earned Over $4,000 from Vocal Challenges, we especially invite her for talking about her secrets of winning Vocal challenges.
For Chris’ Sake: Finally, A Podcast Worth Listening To | Interview
Audible entertainment and communications has been around for decades, with radio broadcasts coining their debut in history in 1920 and podcasts airing as early as 2004. Over the years, leaps in technology have evolved these terms to be what we know them as today, and on-air personalities have continued to attract listeners to their stations and shows in a manner that’s suitable for nearly all audience ages, unless otherwise specified. The hosts of these said radio stations and podcasts have a duty to reel in all ears to the platforms they represent, be it today’s greatest hits, rock ‘n’ roll classics, educational discussions, or newly released film reviews; there’s a genre for just about anybody. With that being said, there’s the on-air personalities that target their audiences well and are good at what they do, and then there’s people like Chris Anthony Lopez, who excel that of what you’d expect from your traditional podcast host.
What It's Like To Be: A Sociotherapist
When it comes to social workers, a certain stock image is likely what comes to mind: a stern, no-nonsense presence, a clipboard in one hand and metaphorical red tape in the other; an agent of the state, likely with the best intentions but ultimately lacking a certain level of compassion.
Interview: Composer/Writer Blair Mowat
Composer Blair Mowat has an impressive music CV, ranging from screen to audio. However, after four years of working on Patrick Ness's Class series, he has made his writing debut with his audio drama Queen of Rhodia, the finale of the fourth Class box set.
An Interview with milee_s
Writer, coder, all around doer! I'm here to get some feedback. Feel free to pop by and drop me some hints! Comments and criticism appreciated. Starting on a next draft on twwnbg. looking for beta readers.Fantasy, scifi, horror, and thrillers are my main genres. I'm on a bit of a fantasy kick now but I'll read/write anything in those categories! - Milee_s
Interview With a Lifetime Star: Christos Shaw
Trevor Wells: Thanks for agreeing to this interview, Christos. Let's get the big stuff out of the way first: what made you want to pursue acting?