Tv And Film Podcasts
After 25 years working in the TV industry, Rob McKnight is a washed up producer with nothing to lose. Now he's spilling the inside secrets in a podcast that anyone interested in media will absolutely love. Expect news, reviews and a little dash of gossip as Rob is joined by: an Aussie sitcom actress; an Aussie TV Drama insider; and an enthusiastic media commentator who knows what questions to ask. Also on this podcast feed you'll get the McKnight Tonight podcast, an interview series where Rob McKnight talks to people in the industry as they share their personal stories and hilarious anecdotes.
By Robert McKnight
The Quack Attack Podcast is the only show solely devoted to the Mighty Ducks trilogy (that we know of). Mike, Tommy, Kevin and possibly a special guest or two give their theories on Gordon Bombay, Charlie Conway, the Ducks, the Hawks, Iceland, Eden Hall Academy and everything else in the Mighty Ducks universe. You'll laugh, you'll reminisce, you might even cry. But you'll never forget where you were when you learned the Quack Attack was back, Jack.
By The Quack Attack
<p>Twenty-five years ago, HIV/AIDS was a death sentence. And people living with HIV were shunned. It was as if the world didn’t care. Then, against all odds, filmmaker Jonathan Demme and stars Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington created the first mainstream Hollywood film about HIV/AIDS and homophobia, the first to give the disease a face and reveal the humanity of those who live with it. PEOPLE LIKE US: INSIDE PHILADELPHIA tells the story behind the story - how this remarkable movie got made and how it changed everyone who has ever seen it.</p><p><br></p><p>In the 25 years since Philadelphia was released, we've made great progress in the fight against AIDS, but there is still work to do. Join Coca-Cola and (RED) to help end AIDS once and for all. Visit <a href="http://red.org/cocacola" target="_blank">red.org/cocacola</a> to learn more and donate today.</p>
Market Journal is an educational outreach effort presented by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Hosted by Jeff Wilkerson and produced by Kurtis Harms, Market Journal provides: current grain/livestock market commentary and analysis; weather, climate, and soil moisture updates; proven marketing and management ideas; risk management strategies; updates on current agricultural policy issues; practical advice from seasoned, working producers; opportunities to share information and ideas; and access to the resources of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension. Market Journal is information for agricultural business decisions. Every topic covered is first measured by this standard. The Market Journal crew is determined to help the agricultural producer improve his or her bottom line, to help make the business more profitable. Market Journal receives major funding from the Nebraska Corn Board.
By University of Nebraska-Lincoln