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  • Managing Brand Reputation in an Online World December 5, 2019
    Last month Meltwater Canada hosted a client event in Montreal, during which communication professionals had the opportunity to hear from industry experts on the topic of managing brand reputation in…Read More >>>
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  • Black Friday: Who Cares? December 2, 2019
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  • 3-Steps to Social Media Holiday Strategy (With Examples) November 28, 2019
    Between Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Black Friday, New Year's Eve, and the rest of the winter holidays, this is the most important (and busiest!) time of the year, especially for B2C brands.…Read More >>>
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  • Mastering Brand Crisis and Reputation November 24, 2019
     Mastering Brand Crisis and Reputation An Inside Look at Top Communicators’ Playbooks Top communicators opened their playbooks on mastering brand crisis and reputation at an exclusive event Meltwater hosted in collaboration with…Read More >>>
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  • Understanding How Instagram Hashtags Work November 21, 2019
    In a recent Meltwater webinar, we discussed the Instagram algorithm and how the platform ranks content, including hashtags and the corresponding search results. Following the webinar, the most commonly asked…Read More >>>
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The Control Group

The Control Group

When an oil executive goes missing aboard the deep-sea Atlas Station, the company sends agent Synøve Pan down for answers — and she’s just the woman to get them. Welcome to the Second Oil Age: a sci-fi podcast that transports listeners to a post–energy-crisis world in which humanity’s thirst for oil is satisfied through a bargain with a mysterious deep-sea species. Listen now everywhere podcasts are found: megaphone.link/secondoila… Read more

Somerhill (Daniel May) convenes a meeting at the Founder’s Mansion, a crumbling remnant of Central State Hospital’s more glorious age. There, Dr. Hayes (John Schmedes) is challenged to demonstrate the effectiveness of his radical treatments… by performing a type of experiment that, under ordinary circumstances, is forbidden in scientific research.
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Now that Dr. Hayes (John Schmedes) has penetrated the Dixie Hotel’s chamber of secrets, Somerhill (Daniel May) and Dr. Gottfried (Keith Brooks) reveal the hidden workings of the plot in which Karen (Hannah Fierman) has been entangled. The abusive Grath (Joe Sykes) finds Karen in the hospital basement, and a bitter grudge is settled.
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Following the incident at the Dixie Hotel, Dr. Hayes (John Schmedes) returns to Central State Hospital just as its orderly operation is interrupted. In defiance of Dr. Hayes, Verdrey (Lisa Paulsen) attempts to hide Karen (Hannah Fierman) where the hospital’s darkest secrets are kept.
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Housebound and suffering from mental collapse, Charlotte (Jennifer Bates) receives an encouraging message from an unlikely herald (Mary Kraft). Dr. Hayes (John Schmedes) requests Charlotte’s special assistance in a personal investigation into the circumstances of Karen’s crime.
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Somerhill (Daniel May) receives word of Hayes’s (John Schmedes) revelation from both the proud doctor and a rogue agent (Andrew Benator), who is furious at having been exposed. Unsatisfied with Hayes’s explanation, Verdrey (Lisa Paulsen) begins to investigate the identity and purpose of the Society for the Investigation of Human Ecology.
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Intent on exposing Karen’s (Hannah Fierman) secrets, Dr. Hayes (John Schmedes) subjects her to chemical hypnosis and coerces her to reenact the ill-fated events that occurred in room 512 of the Dixie Hotel. His unhealthy obsession with Karen reaches new depths, but his unorthodox form of role-playing leads to an unexpected breakthrough. 
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Karen (Hannah Fierman) spends days confined to a “sleep room,” where a mind-numbing combination of treatments are administered. Pleased with Hayes’s progress, Somerhill (Daniel May) encourages the doctor (John Schmedes) to become more aggressive in his therapies, just as the Ward Head Nurse, Verdrey (Lisa Paulsen), begins to question Hayes’s methods. Charlotte (Jennifer Bates) is released.
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Dr. Hayes (John Schmedes) conscripts Karen (Hannah Fierman) to tape record a message of cooperation and compliance, to be used in future therapies. When Karen attempts to escape, attendant Grath (Joe Sykes), who is prone to bullying and abuse, volunteers to find her … and succeeds.
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Dr. Hayes realizes he must cultivate more ambitious therapies if he expects to win the fiscal support of a large research group. Long term patient Charlotte grows jealous of the doctor’s obvious fascination with the new patient, Karen.
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After being apprehended fleeing the scene of a crime, an outspoken woman, Karen, is placed in the Central State Hospital at New Canaan for examination and evaluation. After a terse interview with Dr. Hayes, she is quickly acquainted with the harsh realities of life in B Ward.
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Encouraged by a private research group, a doctor at a mental ward sheds his ethical restraints in an effort to pioneer a new form of mental cleansing.
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Bizography with Dana Barrett

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Would you let your 14 year old travel to another city without you?  Would you let him take all your inventory with him and trust him with a huge sale?  Well, that’s how J. Willard Marriott Sr. got his start.  Times were different then to be sure, but it was that audacious confidence, strong work ethic, and family unity that he passed on to his sons and that formed the cornerstone of one of the world’s most well-known and we… Read more

It’s easy to start a business empire with family money, and stolen(ish) land.  At least it was for James Dole, The Pineapple King. It seems less likely that Dole pineapple would be on every grocery store shelf around the world, if James Dole’s cousin Sanford hadn’t essentially stolen Hawaii.  In this episode of Bizography we examine the not-so-humble history of Dole Foods, the history of Hawaii, and the sweet and juicy … Read more

RCA was once a brand in every American household; it’s leaders exalted, it’s contributions lauded. But ask a anyone under the age of 40 if they’ve heard of RCA and they’ll look at you like a deer in headlights.  In fact, RCA was more than just a brand here and gone, it was the linchpin for many of the icons of today.  In this episode of Bizography we dig into the history of a company that gave us modern radio and te… Read more

Chipotle went from a food craze with rabid fans to a cautionary tale of mismanagement and sick customers.  So, are they iconic or were they just timely?  And will they survive?  In this episode of Bizography we not only examine the story of founder Steve Ells, but the history of Mexican food in America and the two other iconic companies that laid the groundwork for Chipotle to come to life.

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We’d never suggest sitting around and waiting for a great business idea to land in your lap, but that’s kinda the story behind Levi Strauss & Co.  In this week’s episode of Bizography, we dig into the family, the philosophy, and first-ness that helped Levi’s become the iconic brand it is today.

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Earl Tupper deserves all the credit for the invention of Tupperware, but it’s possible that without the work of Brownie Wise, it might have languished on the shelf.  And yet Brownie’s story has largely been buried.  In fact, if Earl had his way, her story would remain buried in an airtight wonder bowl as if it never happened.  This episode of Bizography is the story of a determined inventor, a clash of egos, and a woman ahe… Read more

Can you take a less than average product and make it into an iconic brand?  Sure.  It’s happened more than once. But can you do it with the same product twice?  You can if your products initials are PBR!  From a questionable blue ribbon in the early days to the embrace of hipsters in the early 2000s, this episode of Bizography tells the story of Pabst Blue Ribbon from the early days through today.  Cheers!

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Henry Wells and William Fargo built a business based on trust, reliability, hard work and their good names, but now the company they built is muddling through scandals, investigations and lawsuits.  Who were these men and what would they think if they could see the Wells Fargo of today?  In this episode of Bizography we get to know the men that built this iconic business and why the culture they created didn’t stick.

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Henry Wells and William Fargo built a business based on trust, reliability, hard work and their good names, but now the company they built is muddling through scandals, investigations and lawsuits.  Who were these men and what would they think if they could see the Wells Fargo of today?  In this episode of Bizography we get to know the men that built this iconic business and why the culture they created didn’t stick.

Love, Sex, and Bad Jokes. Tinder has swiped its way to icon status in an amazingly short amount of time, but mating and technology go back hundreds of years.  In this episode of Bizogprahy we explore the history of technology enhanced love from the 1600s to Tinder, and we look at the bro culture and mishaps of a company that could be here to stay or is maybe just a cultural moment.

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Starting with a single product, a forward thinking entrepreneur opens for business, and grows to become the largest reatailer in the world. But the man’s name wasn’t Jeff Bezos, and the year wasn’t 1994. It was 1886 when Richard Warren Sears sold his first product, and eventually grew to become the world’s first Everything Store.  Amazon 1.0.  But this episode of Bizography is not just about innovation and growth.  … Read more

Can you see treasure in another man’s trash? Maybe. Can you turn no into yes? Lots of salespeople do it everyday. But – would you spend a decade trying to turn black smelly stuff into a useable household product? Robert Chesebrough did. And that’s just the beginning of his story. The history of Vaseline is the story of a crazy genius, self-mutilating salesman, and savvy businessman all rolled into one.

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The reason Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield started their business is one you won’t hear at any startup pitch competition in 2019. But maybe it should be. In this episode we put on our bell bottoms, go back to the 70s and share the history behind Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Holdings and why doing business for the right reasons can have sweet results.

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Whether they’re a current shining star, in the midst of a massive dumpster fire or settling into the dust heap of history, iconic companies all have a past worth knowing. Hosts Dana Barrett and Nick Bean dive into their strange but true stories. Some are inspiring, some get our blood boiling and some show just how weird American consumers truly are. Bizography with Dana Barrett, the newest iHeartRadio business podcast, launches Jul… Read more

Whether they’re a current shining star, in the midst of a massive dumpster fire or settling into the dust heap of history, iconic companies all have a past worth knowing. Hosts Dana Barrett and Nick Bean dive into their strange but true stories. Some are inspiring, some get our blood boiling and some show just how weird American consumers truly are. Bizography with Dana Barrett, the newest iHeartRadio business podcast, launches Jul… Read more

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New Orleans is one of the most charming and distinct cities in America… but 300 years ago, it would have been hard to see that potential. In this episode, Will and Mango dig into how French the French quarter really is, why the graveyards look like little villages, and whether the Peacemaker sandwich really can keep an angry couple together. 

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Let’s talk about money — but not *boring* money. Entrepreneur editor-in-chief Jason Feifer and money expert Nicole Lapin go straight at the most taboo, awkward situations where money impacts our lives, relationships, and careers. In each episode they debate the trickiest questions, offering genuine financial advice about typically hush-hush issues. Then they bring in a celebrity judge to decide who’s right.

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Will and Mango take a look around the office, from why cubicles were actually a forward-thinking invention, to how knives became a wonderful way to show your applause at the workplace in Cuba to why that office rumor we’re spreading this week about Tristan is probably true (studies prove it!) Plus, nap pods, office ferris wheels and so much more!   

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Sure, they nuzzled their way into Mike Tyson’s heart (and Nikola Tesla; and Bert from Bert and Ernie!), but how intelligent are pigeons? Have scientists really trained the birds to read? Did they actually play a role in discovering the Big Bang?  And why are they so darn good at finding their way home? Plus: are catfish their new nemesis? 

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Is Cap’n Crunch Really a Captain? Is the Silly Rabbit using psychological tricks on kids? And why did everyone stop putting prizes in cereal boxes? Will and Mango take a trip down memory lane, exploring why America is so nostalgic for those sugary sweet breakfast treats. Featuring Cereal Time TV’s Gabe Fonseca.

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Why do movie theaters limit their audiences to 299 seats? Did dishware really save the movie industry? And why is Lara Croft: Tomb Raider considered a Hollywood masterpiece? (spoiler: it has nothing to do with the plot!) Grab your popcorn and turn off your ringers as Will and Mango head to the movies.

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While no one is going to malls (or so it seems), everyone seems to be talking about them: the CDC is writing up reports on mall walkers, people are growing beards to get into the mall Santa game, and writers are waxing nostalgic about them. But what exactly were malls intended to be? Why did the inventor of the mall try to distance himself from his greatest invention? And why are there never any escalators in the middle of them? Wi… Read more

Will and Mango dig wonder: how hard it is to bring a species back from extinction? Plus: why do people wake up in the morgue after being declared dead? Why are fish markets the best places to look for extinct species? And can resurrecting the Wooly Mammoth help us solve climate change? 

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Welcome to the A.I. revolution that is already transforming our lives, for good and evil. But what exactly are we sleepwalking into? We start by investigating the connections between online dating, terrorism, and screen addiction.In this episode we hear from: Tristan Harris of the Center for Humane Technology, Gillian Brockell of the Washington Post, Yasmin Green of Jigsaw, and Dr. Helen Fisher. 

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Maybe it was his dad? Or all the punishments he got as a naughty high schooler? Or perhaps it was inspired by watching so many Soap Operas? Whatever the cause, Thurgood Marshall’s life story is remarkable. From watching trials as a child to almost getting lynched for trying cases in the deep South, Will and Mango look back at the life and legacy of one of America’s greatest legal minds.

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When a billionaire realized his $125,000 bottle of wine might be fake, he hired a crack team to solve the case. This is the story of a private investigator, a motley crew of geniuses, and a fine wine that supposedly belonged to Thomas Jefferson! Plus: Will and Mango discuss Prohibition wines, the Scottish Four Loko, and why badminton gave wine crimes a bad name.

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9/11 changed Rick Steves and how he wanted to approach writing about the world. In this special interview, Will and Mango sit down with legendary PBS host and travel writer Rick Steves to talk about the newest edition of “Travel as a Political Act”, why watching a Sufi dance can be such a transcendent moment, and whether the best French cheeses really smell like “Angel’s Feet.” (They don’t.)

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From the Canadian professor who found patterns in Scratch-off lottery tickets to the Michigan couple that turned a lottery flaw into their retirement savings plan to the strange reason you should hold onto any lottery ticket that has Herbert Hoover’s face on it, Will and Mango look into the long history of lotteries and the geniuses who’ve managed to game them.

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When you’ve got a headache, those bottles of over-the-counter medicines can feel interchangeable. But the truth is, the drugs work in different ways… and each has their own benefits and side-effects. From which drugs work best on toothaches, to which ones are best for hangovers, Will and Mango explore the strange world of painkillers. Plus: why, 5 years from now, you might be replacing your pills with a phone, a pair of goggl… Read more

When’s the best time to surf the Amazon? Can Brazilian termites help you make a better pizza? And: did you overpay on the black market for that venomous snake? Will and Mango scour the web for some fun facts on Brazil. (Plus, you probably did overpay for that snake.)

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What do sauna culture, “Right to Roam” laws and all-you-can-eat buffets (for monkeys!) have to do with putting smiles on citizens faces? Will and Mango explore why some countries always end up at the top of the Happiness Index, and how other nations can (politely) elbow their way in. Featuring Suzanne Jones, Mayor of Boulder, CO.

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Sure, we know Lafayette as a street. And a college. And some of us know him as the charismatic Frenchman from Hamilton. But did you know he was France’s richest orphan? And that his real name was Gilbert? And he might have been closer to George Washington than anyone really knew. Will and Mango have best-selling children’s author Nathan Hale on to talk about his new book Lafayette and explain all.

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From the worst Valentines cards in history, to why candy necklaces are so meaningful in Alabama, to a few salmon that are not excited about this special day, Will and Mango have cobbled facts to warm your heart.

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From the best place to do your book shopping to a very sweet rodent with too much to carry, Will and Mango explore some of the World Wide Web’s weirdest corners.

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Whether you knew him as a conservationist, an explorer, a spy or a fashion icon, Jacques Cousteau showcased the sea’s mysteries to a curious world. But how did the rebellious teenager with a penchant for breaking windows grow up into a marine legend? Will and Mango explore.

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Movie Crush

Movie Crush

Mini Crush #85 is an island unto itself. Whatever that means. 

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Adam Pranica continues his Paul Thomas Anderson filmmaker series with the all-time classic, Boogie Nights. 

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Mini Crush #84 has a hacking cough in Act I. You know what that means… 

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Dan Bush is a friend of Chuck’s who has directed four feature films. He joins Chuck in studio to talk about his first movie crush, Escape From New York.

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Where Mini Crush #83 is going… it doesn’t need roads. 

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Ben Harrison from Friendly Fire joins Chuck to launch a Coen Brothers series with their excellent first film, Blood Simple. 

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Mini Crush #82 is prematurely bald. 

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This week Noel and Chuck sit down for a very special Friday edition of Mini Crush. 

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Mini Crush #81 is behind the 8 ball. 

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My old pal and long-time colleague Matt Frederick joins me today to talk about his movie crush, THE MATRIX. 

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Mini Crush #80 is wondering if it left the iron on.

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Casey is back, folks! This week we dive into the world of Godard with his 1963 film Contempt. It’s a confounding and interesting picture, one I encourage everyone to watch it. 

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Mini Crush #79 is ready for action. 

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Join us for a very special Friday Crush to Judgement as Chuck, Noel, Paul and Casey sit down to discuss Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood. 

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Mini Crush #78 is a long player. Ask your parents. 

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Former guest Scott Ippolito is back to launch a new series dedicated to Film Noir. And what better way to start than with the most heralded noir film of all time, The Third Man.

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Crushing to Judgment on Stranger Things season 3!

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Mini Crush #77 is all 7s. 

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Paul continues the Sofia Coppola series with our discussion on the underrated 2010 film, Somewhere. 

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Mini Crush #76 is not as nice as it used to be. 

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Business on the Brink

Business on the Brink

Formed in the wake of a tornado, the story behind Best Buy has plenty of twist(er)s. How did this retail chain survive the digital age when so many other box stores went under?

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It once dominated the communications and broadcasting industries in the United States, but by 1986 it would be reduced to a name brand. What the heck happened with RCA?

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Normally, the US government swoops in to bust up monopolies. But after World War I, it did the opposite. How did RCA come to be?

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A side hustle for a creamery turned into a major business, but after climbing the top of the pickle heap Vlasic found itself in trouble. What happened?

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In the wake of banishing founder Gary Gygax, TSR found itself in trouble. How did an upstart gaming company called Wizards of the Coast swoop in to rescue the proverbial damsel in distress?

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Let’s talk about money — but not *boring* money. Entrepreneur editor-in-chief Jason Feifer and money expert Nicole Lapin go straight at the most taboo, awkward situations where money impacts our lives, relationships, and careers. In each episode they debate the trickiest questions, offering genuine financial advice about typically hush-hush issues. Then they bring in a celebrity judge to decide who’s right. Read more

In the 1970s, a company called TSR, formed by wargaming enthusiasts, published a genre-defining game called Dungeons and Dragons. But the story of the company might be more legendary than any fantasy quest.

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We all know her as an iconic television host, actor and producer, but Oprah Winfrey came from a difficult background and overcame many hardships to achieve success. 

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A group of filmmakers joined together to create the United Artists studio at the dawn of the age of cinema. How did an ambitious film lead to the studio’s downfall?

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A Kickstarter campaign with a $50,000 goal to fund a beverage cooler with lots of bonus features topped 13 million, so why does the Coolest Cooler end up on so many crowdfunding failure lists?

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Where do you go when you want a steak dinner for an affordable price without all the fancy restaurant trappings? It used to be a place called Steak and Ale. Whatever happened to that chain?

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Once upon a time, the Borders bookstore chain was the biggest story in the industry. But in 2011, the company would go out of business and that’s all she wrote. We look at what happened.

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It began as a shop catering to hobbyists and grew into an enormous chain of electronics stores. But despite numerous efforts to stay relevant (including a ridiculed rebranding), RadioShack found itself on the brink of disaster.

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Dave Thomas took a small fortune he earned working with KFC restaurants to found his own hamburger chain, growing it to compete against the likes of McDonald’s and Burger King. Ariel and Jonathan ask the immortal question, “Where’s the beef?”

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It was once a powerful video game company that many thought would challenge Nintendo for dominance. So what happened to Sega to make it fall so far?

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After establishing an animation studio, Walt Disney faced a new challenge: how to stay relevant in a world where short-form animation was getting less profitable? His solution was to do something his contemporaries said would be impossible — make the world’s first feature-length animated film.

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The Brink looks at how Walt Disney, through inspiration, determination and just plain stubbornness was able to found an animation studio despite numerous challenges. 

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The ride hailing service was on the verge of heading to the scrap heap in the wake of some seriously questionable decisions and toxic corporate culture. This is the story of how things got so bad and how new corporate leadership is working on a major course correction.

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Between soda pop and sparkling water, there was Clearly Canadian, a collection of fruit-flavored drinks that created a new market. But it’s one thing to invent a new category and another entirely to hold onto market share.

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Kodak was the leader in consumer photography for decades, but the rise of digital cameras would shake the company to its core. This is the story of how the company that invented digital cameras was almost destroyed by them.

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Point of Origin

Point of Origin

When we think about food origins, often we talk about the movement of people, plants, animals and ideas. But the study of humans would be an incomplete one without the study of the clay and ceramic vessels, one of humankind’s earliest innovations. If pottery is a conversation with the past, archeologists are our interpreters.

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Ntsiki Biyela was the first black woman in South Africa to become a winemaker. Andre Mack was the first to be awarded the Best Young Sommelier in America. Keba Konte is the largest African-American owned coffee roaster in the world. In this episode of Point of Origin, we learn about the pressures and pride that go along with being the first or onl… Read more

The sacred wild rice that grows on the water. ​Hundreds of years ago, the people called the Anishinabek, were visited by several prophets, two of which told them that people with white faces were going to be coming across the ocean and they needed to leave their homeland and travel westward to the place where the food grows upon the water, or risk being destroyed. So they followed those prophecies, and though it took a few hundred … Read more

When we talk about terroir, it’s usually in the context of wine, and the human and environmental conditions that influence the characteristics. But on a recent visit to California, writer and cook Jasmine Lee began to ask questions about this framing, inspired by an heirloom variety of rice with a beautiful name called, Kokuho Rose. Jasmine, who comes from a lineage of rice merchants in Hong Kong, wondered  whether it was possible … Read more

All fruit come from flowers, but not all flowers become fruit. Once you start to see the two as the same, the world of both grow more interesting. Dates, honey and saffron: we’re gettin sweet and spicy with stories from Egypt to Iran. 

In episode 3, we meet Leila Elamine of The Recipe Hunters, Gordon Hull of Heidrun Meadery, and spice expert Ethan Frisch of Burlap and Barrel.

In episode two of Point of Origin, we continue on our theme of preservation, and bring you on a trip to Iceland where we meet a chef turned geothermal salt maker, and a farmer there who’s making an extremely regionally specific dairy product.

Thanks to our friends in Iceland, Gisli Grimmson, Bjorn Jonsson of Saltverk, … Read more

Point of Origin host Stephen Satterfield speaks with salt makers in Iceland about why they’ve decided to return back to the land.

The tale of two yogurts and the fight to protect Goa’s fishing villages and waters, it’s all about preservation. It keeps us alive and teaches how to live.

Our inaugural episode features guests Amrita Gupta of the Food Radio Project, Sana Javeri Kadri of Diaspora Co. and food writer and cookbook author Priya Krishna. 

Point of Origin is about deepening our relationship with food and travel. It’s about learning to unlearn and relearn. And since we’re just meeting, we want our inaugural episode to properly reflect who we are and the work we make. Without much difficulty we identified preservation both in a literal and cultural sense as the best way to do that. Our work affirms our belief that women are the architects of preservation. So it’s fitti… Read more

Point of Origin is a podcast about the world of food, worldwide. From the makers of Whetstone Magazine. Each week we travel to the countries, cultures and culinary traditions that gave birth to what we eat and drink. The in-depth conversations and field recording are augmented by new explorations of ingredients and dishes in the context of their culture of origin. In addition to taking listeners around the globe, whether it’s to In… Read more

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Movie Crush

Movie Crush

Adam Pranica continues his Paul Thomas Anderson filmmaker series with the all-time classic, Boogie Nights. 

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Mini Crush #84 has a hacking cough in Act I. You know what that means… 

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Dan Bush is a friend of Chuck’s who has directed four feature films. He joins Chuck in studio to talk about his first movie crush, Escape From New York.

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Where Mini Crush #83 is going… it doesn’t need roads. 

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Ben Harrison from Friendly Fire joins Chuck to launch a Coen Brothers series with their excellent first film, Blood Simple. 

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Mini Crush #82 is prematurely bald. 

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This week Noel and Chuck sit down for a very special Friday edition of Mini Crush. 

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Mini Crush #81 is behind the 8 ball. 

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My old pal and long-time colleague Matt Frederick joins me today to talk about his movie crush, THE MATRIX. 

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Mini Crush #80 is wondering if it left the iron on.

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Casey is back, folks! This week we dive into the world of Godard with his 1963 film Contempt. It’s a confounding and interesting picture, one I encourage everyone to watch it. 

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Mini Crush #79 is ready for action. 

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Join us for a very special Friday Crush to Judgement as Chuck, Noel, Paul and Casey sit down to discuss Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in… Hollywood. 

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Mini Crush #78 is a long player. Ask your parents. 

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Former guest Scott Ippolito is back to launch a new series dedicated to Film Noir. And what better way to start than with the most heralded noir film of all time, The Third Man.

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Crushing to Judgment on Stranger Things season 3!

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Mini Crush #77 is all 7s. 

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Paul continues the Sofia Coppola series with our discussion on the underrated 2010 film, Somewhere. 

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Mini Crush #76 is not as nice as it used to be. 

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Chuck’s wonderful wife Emilie hits the studio to continue their Alexander Payne filmmaker series with his 1999 comedy, Election. 

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Business on the Brink

Business on the Brink

It once dominated the communications and broadcasting industries in the United States, but by 1986 it would be reduced to a name brand. What the heck happened with RCA?

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Normally, the US government swoops in to bust up monopolies. But after World War I, it did the opposite. How did RCA come to be?

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A side hustle for a creamery turned into a major business, but after climbing the top of the pickle heap Vlasic found itself in trouble. What happened?

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In the wake of banishing founder Gary Gygax, TSR found itself in trouble. How did an upstart gaming company called Wizards of the Coast swoop in to rescue the proverbial damsel in distress?

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Let’s talk about money — but not *boring* money. Entrepreneur editor-in-chief Jason Feifer and money expert Nicole Lapin go straight at the most taboo, awkward situations where money impacts our lives, relationships, and careers. In each episode they debate the trickiest questions, offering genuine financial advice about typically hush-hush issues. Then they bring in a celebrity judge to decide who’s right. Read more

In the 1970s, a company called TSR, formed by wargaming enthusiasts, published a genre-defining game called Dungeons and Dragons. But the story of the company might be more legendary than any fantasy quest.

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We all know her as an iconic television host, actor and producer, but Oprah Winfrey came from a difficult background and overcame many hardships to achieve success. 

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A group of filmmakers joined together to create the United Artists studio at the dawn of the age of cinema. How did an ambitious film lead to the studio’s downfall?

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A Kickstarter campaign with a $50,000 goal to fund a beverage cooler with lots of bonus features topped 13 million, so why does the Coolest Cooler end up on so many crowdfunding failure lists?

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Where do you go when you want a steak dinner for an affordable price without all the fancy restaurant trappings? It used to be a place called Steak and Ale. Whatever happened to that chain?

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Once upon a time, the Borders bookstore chain was the biggest story in the industry. But in 2011, the company would go out of business and that’s all she wrote. We look at what happened.

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It began as a shop catering to hobbyists and grew into an enormous chain of electronics stores. But despite numerous efforts to stay relevant (including a ridiculed rebranding), RadioShack found itself on the brink of disaster.

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Dave Thomas took a small fortune he earned working with KFC restaurants to found his own hamburger chain, growing it to compete against the likes of McDonald’s and Burger King. Ariel and Jonathan ask the immortal question, “Where’s the beef?”

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It was once a powerful video game company that many thought would challenge Nintendo for dominance. So what happened to Sega to make it fall so far?

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After establishing an animation studio, Walt Disney faced a new challenge: how to stay relevant in a world where short-form animation was getting less profitable? His solution was to do something his contemporaries said would be impossible — make the world’s first feature-length animated film.

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The Brink looks at how Walt Disney, through inspiration, determination and just plain stubbornness was able to found an animation studio despite numerous challenges. 

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The ride hailing service was on the verge of heading to the scrap heap in the wake of some seriously questionable decisions and toxic corporate culture. This is the story of how things got so bad and how new corporate leadership is working on a major course correction.

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Between soda pop and sparkling water, there was Clearly Canadian, a collection of fruit-flavored drinks that created a new market. But it’s one thing to invent a new category and another entirely to hold onto market share.

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Kodak was the leader in consumer photography for decades, but the rise of digital cameras would shake the company to its core. This is the story of how the company that invented digital cameras was almost destroyed by them.

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As the popularity of comic books waned, Marvel was in trouble. The company might have gone out of business entirely. But the efforts of some dedicated employees along with a big boost from Disney would change things forever.

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Road to Somewhere

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Transformational specialist Koya Webb says we need to release our limiting beliefs in her new book Let Your Fears Make You Fierce.

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Intimacy and relationship expert Michaela Boehm teaches us how her Non-Linear Movement Method can dissolve our barriers to embodiment.

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Veteran Journalist and author of Leap, Tess Vigeland, explains how walking away from her dream career, marriage, and home base helped her find her truest self. 

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A married couple packed up everything from their home in Chicago and bought an RV to travel the country full-time, with one goal: to visit as many national parks as possible along the way. With each stop in each park, Brad and Matt Kirouac immerse themselves and the listeners – and the Kirouac’s dog Finn! – in these beautiful, larger-than-life places and share our discoveries about what makes them truly special, from the intimidati… Read more

What 5 things are not wrong in your life right now? Geneen Roth explains why we need to reframe what holds our attention in This Messy Magnificent Life.

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What 5 things are not wrong in your life right now? Geneen Roth explains why we need to reframe what holds our attention in This Messy Magnificent Life. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Multiple award-winning screenwriter-author-executive producer, and now feature film director, Cindy Chupack, shares how she’s learning to redefine herself behind the camera. Her new film Otherhood is available on Netflix August 2.

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It’s never too late to find the race you want to run in this life, says the iconic Marlo Thomas, as she illuminates the connection between reinvention and longevity.

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As life shifts happen, Dr. Kristin Neff says that’s when we need to  get fierce about self-compassion, and stop outsourcing being kind to ourselves. 

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Just because your grandparents suffered a debilitating disease or died at an early age, doesn’t mean you have to. Founder of Alkamind, Dr. Daryl Gioffre explains why it could be time to Get Off Your Acid.

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Journalist, bestselling author, and co-Founder of the Bob Woodruff Foundation, Lee Woodruff, shares how her transition from wife to caregiver and back, now fuels the mission of helping other families get through life-changing crises.

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Unexpected success can feel like the best kind, unless the struggles that come with it overwhelm you or undermine your relationships. Raegan Moya-Jones, author of What It Takes: How I Built a $100 Million Business Against the Odds, opens up about how taking the leap is still worth it.

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Making money is sexy. And so is living your best financial life. Personal Finance Expert + Host of the hit podcast So Money, Farnoosh Torabi ,talks us through getting our emotions out of the way.

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Re-entering the workforce after time off to raise a family is not easy. Podcast creator + Host of The 43 Percent, Claudia Reuter, is committed to sharing more stories of what success can look like for women in business as they work to balance family and career.

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Founder + Chief Enjoyment Officer of Akwaaba Bed & Breakfast Inns, Monique Greenwood, explains how she replaced fear with faith as she traded her top post in the magazine industry for a stake in hospitality, and leading her guests closer to what makes them happy.

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What does food have to do with change? WW’s Aransas Savas talks us through how changing our relationship with food can be a catalyst for change in other aspects of our lives.

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Seeking and dreamstorming requires that we let go of old stories we tell ourselves so we can master the reinvention we’re living through now. With our podcast soul sister, and co-host of “The Sheri and Nancy Show,” Nancy Hala, we laugh our way through it. 

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Transformation thought leader and executive advisor Maryam Banikarim says “you only live once so run at it hard and make a difference.” Today she shares the formula behind her fearlessness.

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How do the smartest marketers cut through the noise? And how do they manage to do it again and again? Join iHeartMedia Chairman and CEO Bob Pittman as he explores the Math and Magic of marketing—sitting down with today’s most gifted disruptors. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Actress, Comedian, and dear friend Kim Coles visits with an update on her latest venture: teaching each one of us to speak our gifts.

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Point of Origin

Point of Origin

Ntsiki Biyela was the first black woman in South Africa to become a winemaker. Andre Mack was the first to be awarded the Best Young Sommelier in America. Keba Konte is the largest African-American owned coffee roaster in the world. In this episode of Point of Origin, we learn about the pressures and pride that go along with being the first or onl… Read more

The sacred wild rice that grows on the water. ​Hundreds of years ago, the people called the Anishinabek, were visited by several prophets, two of which told them that people with white faces were going to be coming across the ocean and they needed to leave their homeland and travel westward to the place where the food grows upon the water, or risk being destroyed. So they followed those prophecies, and though it took a few hundred … Read more

When we talk about terroir, it’s usually in the context of wine, and the human and environmental conditions that influence the characteristics. But on a recent visit to California, writer and cook Jasmine Lee began to ask questions about this framing, inspired by an heirloom variety of rice with a beautiful name called, Kokuho Rose. Jasmine, who comes from a lineage of rice merchants in Hong Kong, wondered  whether it was possible … Read more

All fruit come from flowers, but not all flowers become fruit. Once you start to see the two as the same, the world of both grow more interesting. Dates, honey and saffron: we’re gettin sweet and spicy with stories from Egypt to Iran. 

In episode 3, we meet Leila Elamine of The Recipe Hunters, Gordon Hull of Heidrun Meadery, and spice expert Ethan Frisch of Burlap and Barrel.

In episode two of Point of Origin, we continue on our theme of preservation, and bring you on a trip to Iceland where we meet a chef turned geothermal salt maker, and a farmer there who’s making an extremely regionally specific dairy product.

Thanks to our friends in Iceland, Gisli Grimmson, Bjorn Jonsson of Saltverk, … Read more

Point of Origin host Stephen Satterfield speaks with salt makers in Iceland about why they’ve decided to return back to the land.

The tale of two yogurts and the fight to protect Goa’s fishing villages and waters, it’s all about preservation. It keeps us alive and teaches how to live.

Our inaugural episode features guests Amrita Gupta of the Food Radio Project, Sana Javeri Kadri of Diaspora Co. and food writer and cookbook author Priya Krishna. 

Point of Origin is about deepening our relationship with food and travel. It’s about learning to unlearn and relearn. And since we’re just meeting, we want our inaugural episode to properly reflect who we are and the work we make. Without much difficulty we identified preservation both in a literal and cultural sense as the best way to do that. Our work affirms our belief that women are the architects of preservation. So it’s fitti… Read more

Point of Origin is a podcast about the world of food, worldwide. From the makers of Whetstone Magazine. Each week we travel to the countries, cultures and culinary traditions that gave birth to what we eat and drink. The in-depth conversations and field recording are augmented by new explorations of ingredients and dishes in the context of their culture of origin. In addition to taking listeners around the globe, whether it’s to In… Read more

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