Media Industry Conversations Podcast

Synopsis

Conversations with professionals throughout the entertainment industry. Created as part of a course in the Department of Radio Television and Film in the Moody College of Communication at the University of Texas at Austin.

Episodes

  • MIC - Phil Oppenheim - November 2, 2015

    MIC - Phil Oppenheim - November 2, 2015

    25/02/2016 Duration: 01h19min

    Phil Oppenheim, Chief Curator, Comic-Con/Lionsgate SVOD Channel When: Monday, November 2 - 4:30-5:15 p.m. Where: University of Texas at Austin, Austin Texas Phil Oppenheim discussed his experience as a television programmer and SVP of programming for TNT and TBS. He also discussed his new role as Chief Curator for the Comic-Con Subscription-Video-on-Demand service and the challenges and opportunities of choosing content for new online media platforms. Interviewed by: Alisa Perren Podcast produced by: Kyle Wrather

  • MIC - Jennifer Howell - October 5, 2015

    MIC - Jennifer Howell - October 5, 2015

    18/02/2016 Duration: 01h17min

    Jennifer Howell - (BS, Radio-TV-Film) Head of Comedy Development, Paramount TV When: Monday, October 5 - 4:30 p.m. Where: The University of Texas at Austin, Department or Radio-Television-Film Jennifer Howell described her experience working with the creators of the comedy show South Park, her work as the head of comedy development at Paramount TV and the step-by-step process of developing television programs.

  • MIC - Christos Gage and Ruth Fletcher Gage - October 29, 2015

    MIC - Christos Gage and Ruth Fletcher Gage - October 29, 2015

    12/02/2016 Duration: 01h31min

    Christos Gage and Ruth Fletcher Gage, Writers, for Netflix's Daredevil Topics of discussion during this Q&A session included their perspectives on writing for different media including broadcast TV (Law & Order: SVU), streaming platforms (Netflix’s Daredevil), video games (Captain America Super Soldier mobile game), comic books (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and beyond. They will also discuss the challenges involved in telling transmedia stories and their recent experiences in publishing a creator-owned comic book, The Lion of Rora. Recorded at the University of Texas at Austin Produced by Kyle Wrather

  • MIC - Don Stokes - October 26, 2015

    MIC - Don Stokes - October 26, 2015

    28/01/2016 Duration: 01h09min

    Don Stokes, CEO, Post Asylum When: Monday, October 26 - 4:30-5:15 p.m. Where: The University of Texas at Austin Topics of discussion during this Q&A session will include Don Stokes’s decades of both production and postproduction experiences (e.g., editor, sound recordist, still photographer, postproduction manager), his perspective on current media industry opportunities in Dallas and across Texas, and the diverse services offered by postproduction houses such as his, Post Asylum, for which he is both owner and CEO. For more information, visit our site: http://rtf.utexas.edu/mic

  • MIC - Edwards, Brian - October 19, 2015

    MIC - Edwards, Brian - October 19, 2015

    28/01/2016 Duration: 01h14min

    Brian Edwards, COO, United Artists Media Group/One Three Media (BS, Journalism) When: Monday, October 19 - 4:30-5:45 p.m. Topics of discussion during this Q&A session included Brian Edwards' career trajectory from his graduation from UT-Austin to his time as an entertainment attorney. We discussed his current work producing both unscripted (Survivor, Shark Tank) and scripted (History Channel mini-series The Bible, the forthcoming feature Ben-Hur) content across a variety of platforms in his role as Chief Operating Officer for Hearst/Mark Burnett joint venture, One Three Media. For more information, visit: http://rtf.utexas.edu/mic

  • MIC - Chris Lockhart and Julie Richardson - September 28, 2015

    MIC - Chris Lockhart and Julie Richardson - September 28, 2015

    10/01/2016 Duration: 19min

    Topics of discussion during this Q&A session included Christopher Lockhart’s career working as a story editor with A-list talent and his insights on screenwriting from his role in reviewing thousands of scripts at a talent agency. Julie Richardson will focus on how she found the screenplay for Collateral and ended up getting it made. Chris and Julie have also collaborated as producers on several projects; they will discuss this process and address alternative ways of getting films made outside the traditional Hollywood model. Recorded at the University of Texas at Austin as a production of the Department of Radio-TV-Film and the Moody College of Communication. For more information visit: rtf.utexas.edu/mic

  • MIC - Patricia Torres-Burd - October 1, 2015

    MIC - Patricia Torres-Burd - October 1, 2015

    15/10/2015 Duration: 01h26min

    Topics of discussion during this Q&A session included Patricia Torres-Burd's career trajectory since she graduated from UT’s RTF Department; her responsibilities in developing content, branding, and programming strategies for radio, TV, and new media platforms in Europe, Latin America, and the United States; and the challenges and opportunities involved in working in multiple media markets around the world.

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