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Filmmaker & lawyer Joel Bakan on suing Twitter, corporate power and regulating big tech
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk with documentarian and lawyer Joel Bakan about his lawsuit against Twitter, corporate power, regulating big tech, and why he thinks Bill C-10 didn't go far enough.
Producer/Poet RC Weslowski on his love of spoken word
We welcome producer/poet RC Weslowski (aka Randy Jacobs) to this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about his love for all things spoken word and audio, and his newly-released book of poetry "My Soft Response to the Wars."
Chris Kelly of Kelly&Kelly on podcasting and the future of creative audio
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we catch up with Kelly&Kelly creative content studio Co-founder and Creative Director Chris Kelly to talk about his creative journey, predictions on where podcasting is headed and what's in his current podcast "diet."
Brian Olson of Vizrt on visual storytelling in the remote production age
On this special, sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to Brian Olson, Vizrt's Sales Director, U.S. Group Stations, about visual storytelling in the remote production age.
Vanessa Loewen of Animiki See Digital
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we welcome executive producer Vanessa Loewen of Animiki See Digital Production, to talk about bringing this year's Indigenous Day Live event, one of APTN's flagship broadcasts, to life and the importance of connecting audiences.
Inferno Pictures' Ian Dimerman on Big Sky Studios & Manitoba's film boom
Pre-Covid, Manitoba's film and television industry was booming. Ian Dimerman of Inferno Pictures is hoping to get some of that momentum back with the opening of Big Sky Studios later this year - a full service production hub located on a nine-acre property that was formerly the headquarters of disgraced fashion mogul Peter Nygard.