January is the new fall and this year does not disappoint with oncoming hordes of new shows to be watched, savored, sampled or ignored. In this episode, Programming Insider Editor in Chief Marc Berman returns to chat with PromaxBDA Editorial Director Paige Albiniak about what they're looking forward to in the first months of 2018. On the menu -- everything from CBS' Celebrity Big Brother to ABC's Roseanne to FX's Trust and HBO's 2 Dope Queens. Tune in and see if you agree with Marc and Paige's picks, or tweet us the shows you're most looking forward to @PromaxBDA.
Daily Brief's Kareem Taylor speaks with founder and CEO of Oratory Glory Holley Murchison, education producer and author of the book Tell Me About Yourself: Six Steps for Accurate and Artful Self-Definition. The two discuss how to be your authentic self at work, effective ways to introduce yourself and global similarities in how humans communicate.
Executive Creative Director of Global Creative + Content Marketing for Marriott International, Marc Battaglia joins PromaxBDA Senior Producer, LaFern Cusack to discuss leading creative teams, developing and executing branded entertainment and Marriott International's "StoryBooked," a short-form documentary series chronicling the travels of four creatives in search of inspiration.
Civic Entertainment Group Chief Culture Officer Linda Ong returns to discuss how Netflix’s anthology series Black Mirror, created and executive produced by Charlie Brooker and Annabel Jones, reflects today’s culture. Ong and Albiniak are no-holds-barred so if you want to go into season four unspoiled, come back to listen after you’ve watched the six episodes.
New York Post TV Columnist Robert Rorke joins PromaxBDA Editorial Director Paige Albiniak to discuss Sunday night’s Golden Globes Awards telecast, how the political played out across platforms and who came away the night’s winners.Listen to their conversation—plus some inside dish on Amazon’s 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' and FX’s 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story'—in this episode.
Linda Ong, chief culture officer of Civic Entertainment Group, joins Paige Albiniak to discuss the five cultural trends to which entertainment brands need to pay attention this year.
Tricia Melton, senior vice president of marketing, creative and branding for Freeform speaks with PromaxBDA Editorial Director Paige Albiniak about how the network is launching two new comedies: 'Grown-ish,' from 'Black-ish' creator Kenya Barris, created specifically for Freeform’s younger-skewing audience, and 'Alone Together,' about two everyday average white kids who just want to be part of Los Angeles' celebrity culture.
Vivi Zigler's high-powered career took her from radio to TV stations to NBC to Endemol Shine North America, and a long the way she wore almost every hat. PromaxBDA Editorial Director Paige Albiniak gathers stories and advice from Zigler on the eve of her retirement .