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Stream On with host Jim Williams
As a seven-time Emmy Award-winning television producer, director, writer, and executive with over 40 years experience in the broadcast business, I can give people an insider look at the Streaming Video business. The world of streaming video has made it easy for people watch their favorite shows whenever and wherever they want. Primetime, is now whenever you the consumer wants it to be. So, TV shows, movies, sports are all being consumed mainly by both men and women 18 to 49. Netflix, Amazon, HBO, Showtime, Starz, BritBox, Acorn and a number of streaming services are all battling for the attention of the audience. My goal is to talk make sense out of what is going on in the business by breaking news, talking to the industry executives and stars that are shaping this industry. I will use my weekly columns in The Huffington Post and my syndicated columns to promote the podcast. Plus my weekly radio appearances will also keep people interested in what is going on with Stream On and this week's guests are going to be. Here is an example of my Huffington Post columns. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/espn-megacast-of-the-college-football-playoff-national_us_5a50f81ae4b0ee59d41c0b0f https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/espn-megacast-of-the-college-football-playoff-national_us_5a50f81ae4b0ee59d41c0b0f https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/in-2018-epix-looks-to-be-a-bigger-player-in-the-pay_us_5a452e95e4b0d86c803c7571
ArtCurious Podcast
The ArtCurious Podcast is art history for all of us. This isn't like a college lecture, droning on about archaic art terminology (like chiaroscuro or contrapposto) or the importance of linear perspective (um, okay). We're interested in the juicy stuff: did Van Gogh actually commit suicide? Was a British painter actually Jack the Ripper? And how did the CIA covertly support modern art? That's the ArtCurious difference: we're all about story first, shining light into unseen corners of art history. Art history is full of fascinating stories-- and we want to share them to a broad audience of art lovers and art novices alike. And if you just happen to learn something along the way, that's just gravy. ArtCurious is a bi-weekly podcast. In each episode, host Jennifer Dasal discusses a new topic in art history that will bring art alive and make listeners think more deeply about what they've been taught. You might think that visual art is dry, boring, lifeless. But once you learn about the stories behind a work of art, it opens up to you-- and the tales behind some paintings, sculptures, drawings and photographs are weirder, crazier, or more fun than you can imagine. We're finishing up our second season now, on the links between art and World War Two. Our fourth season, airing this fall, discusses the "shock art" of the last few centuries. Think your favorite painting has always been accepted by the art world? Think that non-contemporary art is all smooth-sailing, in terms of public opinion? Think again.
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