Skills and Technology is a PODCAST series about conceptualizing and producing professional CONTENT. Join me, Lou Rosalia and my multi Emmy Award winning co-host, Joe Scacciaferro as we break down how to structure, conceptualize, produce and present professional CONTENT. This PODCAST is as informative as it is entertaining. Also, you’ll learn about the creative use of technology from the most talented professionals in and across the entertainment industry. From Music to Television, Theater to Film as well as Live Events to Radio...
56 | GUEST: Savon Slater Podcast Producer & Pioneer
Savon Slater is the co-producer of the Joe Budden podcast. Managing director of Joe Budden’s social media marketing. Host and creator of the "Need to Know" podcast. And a leading pioneer in moving podcasting to its rightful position as an established media outlet alongside, Radio, TV, Theater and Film.
55 B | GUEST: Dennis Size a true broadcast legend
Dennis shares a lifetime of working with biggest names in the business while lighting many of our generations most historical events. Three Royal wedding, several Presidential Inaugurations, One on One with Pope Frances, dozens of Olympics the list is endless. Even if lighting is not your thing these podcasts are a must listen.
55 A | GUEST: Dennis Size a true broadcast legend
When you sit down with an industry legend you never know what to expect. In this two-part podcast we sat down with legendary network lighting designer, Dennis Size. What we got was “enlightening”.
Pt 1: Dennis takes us behind the scenes of the networks home studios during COVID19 isolation.
54 | GUEST: Mark Steinmetz - What is the future of broadcast going to look like?
Mark Steinmetz, Manager, Production Services at Bleacher Report says the future is already here. Listen as he details how BR’s successful NFL draft coverage was done utilizing IP and fully remote production stations.
53 | GUEST: Errol Antzis - Rock guitarist, MIT engineer, investment banker, Errol is pure diversity
250 piece guitar collection. World class recording studio at house. Engineering degree MIT. MBA from NYU. Successful investment banker. All accomplishments of the same person, Errol Antzis. It's an inspirational story of passion and dedication.
52 | GUEST: Bill Gibson, a true renaissance man
He began as a drummer. Earned a degree in Music. Engineered hundreds of recording sessions. Authored and developed books and videos with Quincy Jones, Bruce Swedien, Sylvia Massy … And that's just the beginning of the story.