Paige Albiniak and Marc Berman, editor in chief of Programming Insider place their bets on the 2017 Emmy nominations. With ‘Game of Thrones’ out of the mix, the drama categories are wide open. Comedy has some newcomers such as FX’s ‘Atlanta’ and the limited series categories are packed with powerful performances. Listen in as Paige and Marc make their picks.
Dr. Phil McGraw is the star of both his own life and CBS Television Distribution’s top-rated talk show, Dr. Phil, now in its 15th season. Dr. McGraw provides a multi-point strategy on how to be the 'star In our own lives.' He asks us to consider defining moments, critical decisions, pivotal people and questions to set the foundation for McGraw’s roadmap to success.
Paige Albiniak talks about "The Bold Type" with Tricia Melton, Freeform’s senior vice president of marketing, creative and brand. They discuss how the network is leaning into its strong social media following to launch the show and how "The Bold Type’s" brand of feminism dovetails perfectly with Freeform’s audience own experience.
Dr. Stacy L. Smith is the founder and director of the media, diversity, and social change initiative and a professor at USC Annenberg. She takes a look at how women and girls are represented in film both in front and behind the camera. Dr. Smith shares simple solutions that can create systemic change.
Katy Steinmetz, San Francisco bureau chief, Time Magazine moderates a discussion about brand stances on political and social issues. Panel includes: Peter Benedek, founding partner, board member, United Talent Agency; Kim Burdges, director of marketing & digital production, TBS’s Full Frontal with Samantha Bee; Brad Jenkins, managing director and executive producer, Funny Or Die DC; and Rajiv Menon, director of cultural strategy, Civic Entertainment Group.