Media on the Radio
Media & Entertainment Podcasts >
Flashback Friday from Jan 2016: The Politician EP# 11 (John Fetterman)
Rebroadcast of John Fetterman who is now the Lieutenant Governor-Elect of Pennsylvania. If you are trying to break into the media field or a media geek like me, you must check out this podcast. Also join the conversation by tweeting @MediaOnRadio. With over a decade of experience as mayor of Braddock, PA, John Fetterman (@JohnFetterman) has announced he is running for US Senate. He came on the podcast to talk about the campaign trail, his work as mayor, and how the media can impact...
Building a Successful Video Business EP# 60 (Tod Plotkin)
Tod Plotkin, founder and principal of Greenbuzz Agency, shares his professional narrative starting in L.A. working on movies sets after college. He moves back to the D.C. area and develops skills in producing, which leads him to eventually launch a successful and sustainable video business. Tune in to learn more! Listen to the back episodes at: waitwhatpro.com/motr Like on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MediaOnTheRadio/ Follow me on Instagram at: @waitwhatpro SUBSCRIBE on...
The creative development side of video making EP# 59 (Sue O'Hora)
Sue O'Hora works at Henninger Media Services as the Director of Marketing and Senior Producer and is responsible for writing and producing original projects. She joins us to talk about the producing and creative development side of video. Tune in to learn more! Listen to the back episodes at: waitwhatpro.com/motr Like on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MediaOnTheRadio/ Follow me on Instagram at: @waitwhatpro SUBSCRIBE on iTunes:...
Special Episode: Working with Refugees EP# 58 (Dan Gallagher)
This special episode of Media on the Radio follows my Dad and his work helping local refugees in Pittsburgh. We meet a Syrian family from Aleppo who beat the odds and made it to America, but they now face several other challenges. Some of the challenges include learning English, navigating a new city, and finding stable work. My dad decided to get involved after the Trump Administration limited the number of refugees accepted in the US. Of the 65 million refugees in the world, Trump has...
Getting connected to a creative community EP# 57 (Bill Coughlan)
Bill talks about his evolution as a filmmaker and how he developed skills to serve both his creative pursuits and his professional career. He also shares resources for local DC creatives to get involved including the 48hour Film Festival, Women in Film and Video (WIFV), and the Television, Internet, and Video association (TIVA) of which he is the president. Tune in to learn more! Listen to the back episodes at: waitwhatpro.com/motr Like on Facebook at:...
A New Way to Match Freelancers with Clients EP# 56 (Jonathan Goldfuss)
In this episode, Jonathan Goldfuss shares his experience of working on the west coast during the dot-com boom. We track his career working on brands including hotwire.com, AOL, and ThinkFoodGroup. What he has learned from many years of experience has lead him to start a new service, (https://coproductions.com/) which is a matching marketplace to enable freelance teams and clients to find each other. As he says, Coproductions is trying to make freelaning more viable by making freelance...
Calling Yourself a Writer EP# 55 (Brian Wulff)
Brian has taken a long journey developing his career. Before settling down, he worked various temporary jobs and traveled the world. For the last 5-7 years he has found success and satisfaction in the corporate world, but he recently made a change. He started a side venture called Wulff Writing. In this episode he shares the story of how and why he now calls himself a writer. Listen to the back episodes at: waitwhatpro.com/motr Like on Facebook at:...
SPECIAL UNCUT EPISODE: 'In the Grinding Phase' EP# 54 (Kevin Sampson)
Kevin Sampson of Picture Lock & DCBFF and I share our struggles, perspectives, and excitement as we grow as entrepreneurs and develop our business ventures. Enjoy this uncut and unfiltered conversation! Listen to the back episodes at: waitwhatpro.com/motr Like on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/MediaOnTheRadio/ Follow me on INstagram at: @waitwhatpro SUBSCRIBE on iTunes: HTTPS://ITUN.ES/I6Y94LT TUNE IN every Thursday @ 7PM to 96.7 FM (Washington DC/Arlington): www.wera.fm
Capturing the Funk Factor EP# 53 (Rick Sebak)
With special co-host Andrew Limberg, we chat with Rick Sebak, a documentarian who has produced countless films for PBS. During the conversation we learn that Andrew was a Rick Sebak fanboy starting back in middle school when he first sent him fan mail. If you have watched PBS in the last 20 years, you have probably seen one of Ricks films. Tune in to find out! SUBSCRIBE on iTunes: HTTPS://ITUN.ES/I6Y94LT TUNE IN every Thursday @ 7PM to 96.7 FM (Washington DC/Arlington): www.wera.fm
From Player to Analyst EP # 52 (Jay Caufield)
With special co-host Andy Limberg, we talk to Jay Caufield about his two Stanley Cup Championships, his transition from player to hockey analyst, and about his stint as a Hollywood actor sharing the screen with Jean-Claude Van Damme. CHECK IT OUT! SUBSCRIBE on iTunes: HTTPS://ITUN.ES/I6Y94LT TUNE IN every Thursday @ 7PM to 96.7 FM (Washington DC/Arlington): www.wera.fm
The Voice of a City EP # 51 (Larry Richert)
Larry Richert is the voice of Pittsburgh. He has had a long career in broadcast journalism, working in both radio and television. In this episode he talks about how he got his start, plus his account of the changing industry of local media over the last 30 years. CHECK IT OUT! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES: HTTPS://ITUN.ES/I6Y94LT MEDIA ON THE RADIO ON THE RADIO! TUNE IN EVERY THURSDAY AT 7PM TO WERA.FM & LISTEN LIVE TO THE WORLDWIDE BROADCAST. TUNE YOUR RADIO DIAL TO WERA 96.7...
Design is a Business ep # 50 (Todd Cavalier)
Todd Cavalier is an artist turned designer. He chats about what that transition was like for him and also about the work he does at Informatics Studio! Tune in! SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES: HTTPS://ITUN.ES/I6Y94LT MEDIA ON THE RADIO ON THE RADIO! TUNE IN EVERY THURSDAY AT 7PM TO WERA.FM & LISTEN LIVE TO THE WORLDWIDE BROADCAST. TUNE YOUR RADIO DIAL TO WERA 96.7 FM! EVERY THURSDAY AT 7PM!
Level Up Your Social Media! Ep # 49 (Laura Kelly)
Want to work in social??? Take a tip from Carnegie Mellon University's Social Media Manager: Laura Kelly. She provides great insight for anyone wanting to level up their social media posting as well as advice for those seeking a career in this ever-developing field.
Skaterman & the Box of Death EP 48 (John McNulty)
John McNulty is into tech and music... so naturally he created a band of rapping robots! Listen to the episode and check out the Robotmouth.com to learn more. Subscribe to the PODCAST on iTunes: https://itun.es/i6Y94Lt Media on the Radio ON THE RADIO! Tune in every Thursday at 7pm to WERA.FM & listen live to the worldwide broadcast. Or if you live in the DC/Arlington VA area tune your radio dial to WERA 96.7 FM! Every Thursday at 7pm!
Making Fundraising Videos That Work (Liz Norton, Stone Soup Films)
Liz explains what elements make a great fundraising video. She also shares success stories about videos that have had significant Financial impact on Organizations. Liz Norton was a freelance television producer for over ten years, with a focus on public policy issues. Those programs included several Fred Friendly Seminars for PBS, which explore thorny political and ethical issues in depth and she has also produced for MTV News, educating teens on crime-related issues. During the Clinton...
The Millennial Influence on Fundraising EP # 46 (Gabrielle Carlin Sherb)
GABRIELLE PROVIDES EXTENSIVE INSIGHT ON GENERATIONAL TRENDS IN REGARDS TO PHILANTHROPY. SHE ALSO SHARES STORIES ABOUT HER OWN SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM ENGAGING MILLENNIAL DONORS. Gabrielle Carlin Sherb is a Director of Development in the Washington DC area. She has had the distinct privilege of building relationships with a diverse spectrum of leaders and supporters. Gabrielle has managed multiple annual, major gifts and special events campaigns raising over $10M. Subscribe to the PODCAST on...
Implementation over Innovation EP # 45 (Brigid Slipka, ACLU)
This is the first in a series of episode on non-profit fundraising. Brigid from the ACLU puts the emphasis on being diligent & working hard over developing the 'perfect pitch.' She says the most important thing to do when meeting with donors is to listen. Brigid Slipka joined the ACLU-DC as the Director of Philanthropy in October, 2014. She had previously raised funds for the Smithsonian, California Institute of the Arts, and Yale University. A self-professed philanthropy nerd, Brigid has...
Documentary Film: Learning, Teaching, & Doing EP # 44 (Lauren Knapp)
Lauren Knapp is a nonfiction storyteller who works across platforms to share true and compelling stories. She has been working in film, television, radio, and virtual reality since 2006 and her stories have been featured on the PBS NewsHour, PRI’s The World, The Atlantic, The New York Times, WQED, and The Allegheny Front. In 2011, she moved to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia with the support of a Fulbright-mtvU Fellowship where she researched and produced “Live From UB” (2015), an award-winning...
Illustrating Stories EP # 43 (Mark Korsak)
Mark, an illustrator from in New York, has been crafting pictures and words to tell stories for over 30 years. He continued to live there for years doing freelance illustration and design work for a variety of clients and uses (Sony, Warner Bros., Disney, The Wall Street Journal), as well as working for the Society of Illustrators Museum of American Illustration. Shortly after a move to DC he was introduced to the world of Graphic Recording, a burgeoning industry that combines...
The Artist with Agency EP # 42 (Fabian Tejada)
Fabian, a talented motion graphic artist, chats about his work with ad agencies and well-known brands like Disney, Pepsi, and Vice News. We also talk about artistic burnout and the journey he took moving from NYC to Washington D.C. where he now works more with filmmakers and non-profit organizations. Check out some of his work here: http://dlas.tv/ This is the third episode of the MOTR series featuring members of the co-working space called the Lookout DC. (lookoutdc.com) Subscribe...