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The AAFCA Podcast highlights the cinematic experience through conversations with leading talent, creatives, and filmmakers, as well as leaders from the various communities, the entertainment industry, and prominent thought leaders. Hosted by Ed Adams, the podcast is produced by the African American Film Critics Association.
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AAFterMath

AAFterMath

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Your New Favorite AAF Podcast, in depth coverage and analysis by two passionate Football Fans! Join Moose (Ambush Sports Network) and Ric for great AAF coverage every week! Part of the MTMV Sports Podcast Network.
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AAFOC Podcast Interviews

AAFOC Podcast Interviews

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This podcast is brought to you by the Orange County Chapter of the American Advertising Federation. It is about talking to different individuals in the marketing and advertising industry of Orange County, California.
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AAF Analyzed

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A podcast all about the Alliance of American football by Derek Heid and Garrett Ley. Part of The Hangover Network. G and D Productions Business inquiries: gdproductions5@gmail.com
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Iglesia Manantial de Vida - AAFCJ Heredia

Iglesia Manantial de Vida, AAFCJ - Heredia

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Este potcast tienen como objetivo ser un medio por el cual todos los miembros de la iglesia y público en general, puedan aprender aún más de las predicaciones y enseñanzas que se imparten através de las plataformas o redes sociales. Esperamos sea de bendición dentro y fuera de nuestra congregación. #LaIglesiaNoSeDetiene #AprendiendoEnCasa
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Inside the Alliance of American Football follow us on twitter www.twitter.com/theaafpodcast like us on Facebook.com/afterfurtherreviewpodcast email: dean.jackson@oursportsentral.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theaafpodcast/support
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AAF District 4Cast

AAF District 4

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The American Advertising Federation is the nation's oldest trade organization. We are in District 4 which includes the state of Florida and the Caribbean. This podcast will spotlight advertising in the District, share District news, and interview the up and coming talent who keep us young and fresh. www.aafdistrict4.org https://www.facebook.com/4aafpage
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When the Alliance of American Football debuted its first set of games in February 2019, there was no traditional fantasy football platform available. No Extra Points chronicles the story of the AAF but more specifically the cultivation of AAF Fantasy Football content by a couple of web developers who, like the players and coaches on the field, wanted to be a part of something bigger. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/noextrapoints/support
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In opdracht van projectbureau Ooijen-Wanssum vertelt Frans Pollux in deze wandelpodcast in over het nieuwe natuurgebied ‘Maaspark Ooijen-Wanssum’ in Noord-Limburg. Loop met hem mee, en leer het landschap lezen. Toen in 1993 en 1995 de Maas overstroomde, groeide ook in Noord-Limburg het besef dat er iets moest veranderen. De rivier moest meer ruimte krijgen. Tussen Ooijen en Wanssum lag, verstopt onder boerenbedrijven en weilanden, een millennia oude Maasarm. Nu, vijfentwintig jaar na de wate ...
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In this episode of the AAFCA Podcast host Ed Adams speaks with Ikem Chukumerije, one of Hollywood's top real estate agents. We discuss how he got into the business, what are some the myths surrounding the market in LA, and about his agency, The Sports Relocation AgencyAAFCA
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In this episode of the AAFCA Podcast, Host Ed Adams chats with President and Literary Agent, Gloria Loomis of The Watkins/Loomis Agency about the role of the literary agent, and how they work with their clients to bring their works from print to film and television.AAFCA
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Barbie was one of the biggest movies of 2023 and in this episode, host Ed Adams speaks with fashion and toy designer, Stephen Sumner at MGA Entertainment about the toy business, intellectual properties, and what Barbie the iconic doll and the film so special.AAFCA
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After brief update from current Governor Stephanie Herndon, Jon Ruhff sits down with David Jones and Felix Pulido from Diversity of Thought. They discuss all things from volunteering at AAF, what the term 'elevate humanity through business' actually means, and how AI will affect you at work or your business.…
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AAFCA celebrates the Special Achievement TV Vanguard Award winner. Host Ed Adams speaks with President and CEO of Hallmark Media, Wonya Lucas about her amazing career, lessons she's learned throughout her journey and advice she gained from her legendary father Bill Lucas and her uncle Hank Aaron.AAFCA
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Season 5 of the AAFCA Podcast kicks off with a discussion about 'The Black Beauty Effect'. This three-part docu-series focuses on the history and impact people of color have had on the cosmetic, hair, and skin care industry. This passion project was a collaboration of producers Andrea Lewis and CJ Faison who helm the project.…
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Who spent unwisely? Who killed it with humor? Too many celebs or did they get it juuuuust right? Find out as Jon Ruhff, Jacob Edenfield and Yeosh Bendayan lend their thoughts on the 2023 Super Bowl commercials.AAF District 4
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On this edition of the AAF District4Cast, Jacob goes back to the crystal ball to see what's in store for advertising and marketing in 2023. Also, we hold him accountable for what he foresaw in 2022. Did social media roles go in-house? Did escapist marketing take off? Also, for 2023, some say trapper keepers will be on the horizon....…
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Join AAF D4's program co-chair Francita Williams as she interviews Brian Anderson VP Creative Director for Zimmerman Advertising. He offers a unique insight into how Auto Nation went from America's #1 auto retailer to a company built to drive out cancerAAF District 4
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Once again from the 2022 Summer conference in Gainesville, Jon Ruhff sits down with Film Florida Executive Director John Lux to discuss the state of filming in Florida as well as: What is Film Florida and why is it important? Why was Caddyshack filmed in Florida? How did Dolphin Tale save the Clearwater Aquarium? What did Bloodline do to the Florid…
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Sara Isaac, Director of Strategy and Planning sits down with Jon Ruhff at the 2022 AAF D4 Summer Conference in Gainesville Fl to discuss: What is behavior change marketing? Is more choice actually better? Why did Nike's sustainable shoe fail when it was supposedly what people wanted?AAF District 4
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In this episode of the AAFCA Podcast, host Ed Adams speaks with former TMZ host, Van Lathan about his move from Louisiana to Los Angeles, his experiences at TMZ and the many projects he's done since leaving the show, including a new book and an Oscar and AAFCA-winning short, "Two Distant Strangers".AAFCA
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In this episode of the AAFCA Podcast, host Ed Adams speaks with Deon Taylor and Ephraim Salaam, two lifelong friends who charted their own, unique paths from sports into the entertainment industry. Deon, left his career in basketball to start his own production company, Hidden Empire Film Group and has written, directed, and produced several films …
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This year at the District 4 American Advertising Awards, we did a thing. Not only were all 12 Best of category winners unaware they were going to win, but they also didn't know that Jacob Edenfield was going to interview them right as they got off stage. Check out some behind the scenes details of the big winners from across the District including …
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MJ Barnes from the University of Miami discusses how Orange Umbrella went from her and two students to over 300 all time. She also dishes out a tip to avoid an advertising nightmare we can all relate to. Jon sits down with Stacey Taylor from Media Lab in Tampa and shares the 'why' of AAF and what the future holds for membership based organizations.…
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What trends can you expect for the ad industry in 2022? VR? Escapism? Can we finally laugh again? Will the great resignation continue? Also, Andrew Martineau talks programming trends and how you can become better connected with today's technology.AAF District 4
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Poor Jon and Jacob. They got the boot this month as American Advertising Awards Competition Chair Tiffany L Ryan and District Gala Chair Yeosh Bendayan take the reins. Learn all about how to enter the competition to win an ADDY Award! Plus, Yeosh interviews AAF National Chairman David Campbell to discuss the competition from the national perspectiv…
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Jacob interviews Jacqui Hartnett as she explains how they were inadvertently prepared for the COVID workplace shift, Jon asks D4 lobbyist Jack Hebert why Government Relations is so key to everything we do, and Jacob sits down with UCF Grad Jade Catunao to figure out how to spice up Ramen packaging design.…
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Creative Director Aerien Mull discusses the multi-award winning work from Brunet Garcia in Jacksonville. Former Governor and current Education Chair Mara Clark explains why education is so important in our industry. UF Grad/National Student ADDY Award winner Andrea Wood shows us what she (and most likely your next hire) is looking for in advertisin…
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Are you an agency or corporation looking to authentically bring DE&I into your organization? George Zwierko from Rumbo marketing gives you the inside scoop on the best practices. Mark Unger from Push reveals his ADDY award strategy (oh, and he loves dogs) plus Konrad from Ringling tells us what trends need to go and reminds us to never stop learnin…
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Rich Kleiman is not new to the entertainment business. He started out in the music industry working for Jay-Z and RocNation representing several artist in their portfolio and produced his first film – the concert film, “Fade to Black” in 2004. Fast forward to 2016, NBA MVP Kevin Durant and Kleiman start Thirty-Five Ventures, the umbrella company fo…
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‘Het gaat niet om de bestemming, het gaat om de reis.’ Natuurlijk, zeker. Maar toch: de bestemming, Wanssum, is in dit geval een eigen aflevering waard. Want nergens heeft het project Ooijen-Wanssum zo ingegrepen als in de kern van dat kleine Noord-Limburgse dorpje. De Wanssumse zanger Huub Janssen vertelt erover, hij wacht je op aan het einde van …
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Stephen Curry may be known as the best shooter in the NBA but in Hollywood he is making headlines for his pitches. Since forming his production company Unanimous Media in 2018, Curry and his business partner Erick Peyton have blazed a path creating uplifting content in film, television, and podcasts. Peyton has literally been creating content most …
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Frans staat op de nieuwe brug in Blitterswijck, samen met landschapsarchitect Lodewijk van Nieuwenhuize. Die heeft een wereldprimeur bedacht, speciaal voor het gebied Ooijen-Wanssum: een dijk die mag instorten. Klinkt als een slecht idee, maar Lodewijk legt uit waarom het dat niet is. Wie op het zuidelijkste puntje van de Natuurschoonweg stond, moe…
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Frans begint deze etappe midden in het Maaspark Ooijen-Wanssum op de weg Kortebos, gelegen op het zuidelijkste puntje van de Natuurschoonweg. Keesjan van den Herik, het wandelende naslagwerk, wijst ons de weg naar de prachtige Grote Molenbeek. Daarvoor moeten we één van de twee vertakkingen van de Oude Maasarm volgen, namelijk de westelijke, in de …
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Suzan-Lori Parks rose to prominence in the theatrical world when her play, Topdog Underdog won a Pulitzer Prize in 2002. She wrote her first screenplay, “Girl 6” directed by and starring Spike Lee in 1996 and has several film projects to her credit including the adaptation of Richard Wright’s “Native Son” for HBO. For her two recent projects, "Geni…
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In our first episode, District 4 Governor Jon Ruhff and Communications Co-Chair Jacob Edenfield spill the tea on what makes an ADDY Gala great, why Troy Dunn of Dunn&Co. in Tampa loves the ADDY Awards, how and why you should enter the Angel Awards, and what the students are doing now that will be commonplace in the not so distant future.…
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We pakken de draad weer op waar we hem in aflevering 1 lieten liggen: in de buurt van de Nachtegaalstraat. Keesjan van den Herik neemt ons mee naar een merkwaardige rij bomen. Hij vertelt ondertussen hoe de geesten in dit gebied de afgelopen tien jaar rijp zijn gemaakt voor wat er uiteindelijk is gebeurd: een gebied waarin mensen woonden, bouwden e…
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Geschiedenis, geschiedenis en nog eens geschiedenis. Geo-archeoloog René Isarin is een geboren verteller. Zo’n geboren verteller, dat we deze extra lange aflevering helemaal aan hem geven. En dus aan het verhaal van de afgelopen tienduizend jaar. Wie woonden er toen hier, aan de oevers van de Maas? Hoe leefden de mensen toen? Wat hebben we van ze t…
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Keesjan van den Herik was omgevingsmanager van het project Ooijen-Wanssum. Hij kent het gebied op zijn duimpje - en de mensen ook. Keesjan is onze gids. In aflevering 1 wijdt hij podcastmaker Frans Pollux in in de geheimen van de oude Maasarm. Die dijken bijvoorbeeld, zijn die nu al aan het afkalven? En wat doen die rotsblokken in het water? Loop d…
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Frans Pollux legt je kort uit hoe je deze podcast kunt luisteren. We beginnen op de dijk aan de Broekstraat in Broekhuizenvorst, maar als je ergens anders in het Maaspark bent, zoek dan de aflevering die zich het dichtst bij je in de buurt afspeelt. Oortjes in, en wandelen!Frans Pollux
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NBA phenom LeBron James and his Manager/Business partner, Maverick Carter founded SpringHill entertainment in 2007. Their first project, a documentary, “More Than a Game” in 2008 followed James and his Akron, Ohio high school teammates through the ups and downs of high school basketball, and ultimately his journey to fame. Since then, the company –…
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Actors Lena Waithe and Naomi Ackie talk about the new season of Netflix's award-winning comedy series, "Master of None." The season focuses on the marriage of Denise (Waithe) and Alicia (Ackie) as their relationship takes a rollercoaster ride when the two decide to conceive. All episodes of season 3 are currently streaming on Netflix.…
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As Black Lives Matter stories and "Living while black" surfaced across the United States, people took to the streets in protest. And this chant was said in unison around the world. One of the people who captured this Black Lives Matter movement in the U,K. was photographer Nisan Harriman. Harriman’s took to the street and shared amazing images of f…
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Focus groups are an integral part of the studio business. Everything is tested, and I mean everything. Networks test show pilots, movies, trailers, even posters are brought before everyday Janes and Joes so executives can give the thumbs up or thumbs down on the projects in their lineup. This information helps them decide what movies we will see in…
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Ava Duverney’s company, ARRAY does more than just produce amazing film. In fact the company distributes independent film and is a resource collective comprised of arts advocacy organizations, volunteers, and donors from around the world with one goal: to amplify films by people of color and women of all kinds. Since its creation in 2010, Array has …
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When it comes to capturing the black experience in film only one name comes to mind and that’s Sam Pollard. Pollard has been telling Black and other stories for over thirty years. His first project: "Eyes On the Prize 2: America At the Racial Crossroads" won him an Emmy. Since then he’s produced, directed, and edited so many crucial stories includi…
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Hair and makeup is an essential part of how we look at a film. It helps us to visually capture the character – encapsulating the overall look of them and the memorable moments that we see them in. Whether it’s a young woman going on her first date; An African king fighting to save his throne, or a family fighting to survive the unknown. We remember…
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When watching a film its easy to pick out the craft of the actors, or the vision of the director. We can even deep dive into the lens of the cinematographer and music composer. But actually when we look at a film the one person we see and don’t see is the film editor. As a journalist, I know first hand how important it is to have an editor put thei…
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Music, for most of us, it’s an integral part of our lives. Whether singing along to your favorite jams in your car; or comforting you in times of need. And for film, it’s no different. Film scoring is an integral part of the cinematic process—it’s the undertone that sets the mood and energy for both film and television. To get a good understanding …
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If you didn’t know, every lamp, curtain, wall color, car, and fixture is selected by the production designer and team. It can be as small as finding the right rural home in the case of Dark Waters, or building a fictional country and every single element within it in films like Black Panther. Every visual in this exercise was created by production …
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In the film "The Obituary of Tunde Johnson," the audience is exposed to final day in the life of a young, middle class, Nigerian American man, coping with the issues that affect his movements leading up to his death. But the film flips the script and Tunde must relive this tragedy over and over again. This "reset" theme is not uncommon in Hollywood…
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When it comes to who’s who in Hollywood, there is one producer that comes to mind – Debra Martin Chase. Debra is one of the most successful producers in the business with a filmography of box office wins for over 20 years. Films like “Courage Under Fire”, “Just Wright”, and “The Princess Diaries along with TV film phenoms like “The Cheetah Girl” fr…
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