This past Saturday we had Alex Bond on the program. He is the Senior Curator in Charge of Birds at The Natural History Museum in the UK.
Whether you like it or not, the music business is a business. This podcast series is meant to help the emerging musician navigate the music industry by talking to those in the local scene who are actually “doing it”.
Hey Everyone, Ryan Howard from CHSR’s Against the Mat joins us so we have a Habs voice in the booth to discuss the Pacioretty Trade. We also go over the rest of a crazy week in the world of hockey, including Karlsson, McQuaid and some wild resignings. We also talk about Serena Williams. Because the
Professor Valerie Reeves came on the program to speak about the importance of learning science in universities, the challenges of teaching science and her advice for students.
The hosts reminisce about what they usually find in roleplaying games, and the wide variety of unusual elements and games they’ve played.
Harvest Jazz and Blues is officially underway after the first tent show of the festival last night. This year’s festival technically started on Tuesday night at the playhouse with performances by Fredericton’s own Ross Neilsen and The Blind Boys of Alabama, but most dedicated patrons will tell you that it doesn’t truly feel like Harvest
Head In The Game: A brand new show focussing on aspects of tabletop games starts this Saturday morning at 9am!
FACTOR play a huge role in Canada’s music industry. Last fiscal alone FACTOR doled out $18,613,432 to 2886 different projects. So if the money is there, why is it so hard to get?
In this episode; writer, filmmaker and co-owner of Raynemaker Productions Tim Rayne provides some ideas and suggestions of how to make a great video for your music project. Having created some of the best music videos to come out of the local scene, Tim lets you know that you don’t need a lot of fancy gear and there’s some great resources in your city to help get you started.
In Episode 004, local musicians Jaclyn Reinhart and Colin Fowlie admit to being late bloomers in the music scene, but both are determined to make music their career! Reinhart and Fowlie both chat about getting into the scene late and figuring out exactly where they fit in.
The music business is hard enough to navigate, now you have to worry about protecting your butt? In Episode 003, Halifax entertainment lawyer Matt Gorman covers some on the things you might want in writing, even when just starting out your career. Also be aware of some potential red flags in contracts/agreements (which don’t have to long, arduous documents), and get a 101 on business structures and copyright.
Content is king now, amirite?
And no one is better at online videos than Stephen Lewis. His videos regularly are viewed tens of thousands of times and are shared by hundreds. So what’s the secret?
In Episode 002, fun funk master Stephen Lewis shares his tips on making videos, and how to successfully share them It’s simpler than you think.
A project developed by a group of four St. Thomas University Social Work students (including Natalia Martinez, Emma Kilpatrick, Andrew Daniels and Taylor Newman) was called Hidden Faces of Poverty: Stories Untold. The primary focus of the project was the Household Income Policy. However, at the public event they hosted it was suggested by attendees that the current system should eventually be replaced by a more equitable manner of assisting people.
Mr. Coon, MLA for Fredericton South and Ms. Taeyon Kim, the Constituency Coordinator for Mr. Coon, discuss the New Brunswick’s Department of Social Development’s Household Income Policy, with its often devastating effects on Social Assistance recipients.
You’ve written some great music, it’s now recorded and finally ready to be released into the world! So, now what? Pigeon Row’s Trevor Murphy gives tips on the additional pieces needed to go along with your music release.
Stanley Livingston discusses his role as Chip on My Three Sons as well as discuss a film career that includes Please Don’t Eat the Daisies, X-15, Private Parts for director Paul Bartel, and Attack of the 50 Foot Centerfold. He also reflects on How the West Was Won. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe:
Prep yourself for kick-off with our WORLD CUP PREVIEW SHOW We also go in depth on the Washington Capitals Stanley Cup victory. Then we tack on some odds and ends Should we drop the K and Crox if Johnny is a permanent cast member? Thoughts? -K Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android |
The first official Overtime of the Summer! On the Docket: We keeps tabs on Denis Shapovalov’s 2nd Round French Open Game We talk about Gareth Bale, the 100 Million Dollar “Man”. (Man here meaning Substitute) We take some time to break down how insane Gareth Bale’s contract is. (It’s… a number) We chat about the
Brenda Hopkins Miranda Interview: Singer songwriter Brenda Hopkins Miranda promoting a benefit concert in answer to the devastating affects of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. She joins forces with a variety of local musicians to bring relief to this disaster. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS |