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.
Content is king now, amirite?
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 |
Johnny James continues to join me in studio to help us break down the continuing Stanley Cup Playoffs. Yes, just me, because Sean had to go get a “job”… in Moncton. In addition we discuss our feelings about Dwayne Casey, who we firmly believe shouldn’t be fired. (Note: He was fired after airing, all 3
The East Coast Music Association turns 30 years old this year, making this years East Coast Music Awards a monumental week in the growth of music in Atlantic Canada. The field of nominees are set and the talent on display is, not surprisingly, a special group of artists. Some categories draw pity for the
We spoke with our guest for Episode 8, Mr. Tim Blades of Halifax, via telephone. Mr. Blades is a recipient of Social Assistance so provides us with valuable First Voice experience of living in poverty in Canada.
Mr. Blades is a Poverty Activist and as co-chair of the Child Support Clawback Action Group (CSCAG), worked tirelessly on the issue of the child support claw in Nova Scotia at the time of the airing of this show. Three months after speaking with him, Mr. Blades happily reported back to 1 in 7 that the CSCAG met with success and as of August 2018 the clawback will be a thing of the past in Nova Scotia!
Mr. Blades is also a member of the Benefits Reform Action Group (BRAG).
Stefan Arngrim is joined by his girlfriend Claire Deming in celebration of the 35th anniversary of Class of 1984 where Arngrim played Drugstore. Claire is a dancer and musical theater performer as well as done some modeling.
Keith Coogan Interview: Adventures in Babysitting and Hiding Out 30th anniversary exclusives! Reflections on Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead. Also, The Fox and the Hound, Cousins, Cheetah, Just a Little Harmless Sex, In the Army Now, Toy Soldiers, Under the Boardwalk, The Book of Love, The Godson, and more! Podcast: Play in new window
Mike Gormley returns to Python’s Paradise to reflect on the various guests he has sent to this show including Lisa Langlois, Leah Lane of Moon Waves, Daryl Purpose, Ronny Cox, Peter Foldy, Johnny Hernandez of Oingo Boingo, Kimberly Haynes, Yannik Collin, and Sheila Nichols. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts