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If you are a small business owner or marketing manager that's looking to learn the ins and outs of digital marketing so that you can grow your organization, then our V8 Media Agency podcast is for you! V8 Media Agency podcast hosted by Jandre de Beer, who is the founder and head of growth of Version Eight (an ROI-driven digital marketing agency) Subscribe for real insight on real people doing real work in the digital marketing landscape! www.v8media.co.za
 
Welcome to Prides Hollow, the small town with a big heart. Where people stay but the gossip travels. Award-winning storyteller Kelly Swanson takes you to her town of Prides Hollow, about a mile and a hair past nowhere. Where the simple life is revered, ordinary heroes are appreciated, and the stories are never fancy - they're just about the people. And everything is better with a casserole and a bless your heart. It's the mythical town filled with people you know. Season 1 is all about the c ...
 
Record Label eleonor records,Lw records,Wall2Wall records About Music Production and Dj-ing Bedroomrecords09 Eleonor records, Wall 2 Wall records, LW records Edit Biography Record labels- Eleonor records, Wall2Wall records, LW records Awards Akademia music award Boris Abesit Broome Sunshine best Dance/Elctronica song for novembar 2015 USA http://www.theakademia.com/november2015_bestsong_danceelectronica5.html
 
The Business Lounge Podcast is for those thinking of starting a business or maybe you are already a business owner, from start-ups to established businesses. We will cover different areas of life and business with lots of tips and advice to keep you accountable, inspired, motivated and supported! To find out how you can work with me or come along to one of our Business Lounge events visit www.oceancoaching.co.uk. To contact Anita email anita@thebusinesslounge.org
 
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Long before Kanye West became one of the most famous people on the planet, he was a 19-year-old up-and-coming producer of beats trying to make a name for himself in the local Chicago rap scene. Enter comedian Coodie Simmons, host of a local cable access show, who — taking inspiration from the landmark documentary “Hoop Dreams” — decided to turn his…
 
In Today's News: 1) How AI is revolutionising eCommerce scaling 2) Is Buy Now Pay Later a must for your business considering it chows into your margins? 3) Commerce trends to build for in 2022 4) How Tyne from Incredapeg went from Zero to his First Million and how you can too! And much more
 
In Today's News: 1. Is eCommerce Growth in SA faster or slower than the Global Average? 2. Why visitors don't buy? Let's look at the stats! 3. What creates a good visitor experience? 4. Preferred payment methods in SA
 
In The News This Week: 1) Is eCommerce Flatling? 2) What Does the Future of eCommerce Look Like in SA? 3) The State of eCommerce Conversion Rates 4) TikTok Eating Netflix’s Lunch And much more!!!
 
In The News Today 🙂 1) New software tool that can help you determine profitability of campaigns, products, and marketing channels 2) Tapping Into Social Commerce Success with Meta 3) How Snapchat is Tapping into eCommerce Marketing with AR 4) 10X Cheaper Leads w/TikTok Ads + New Tracking for Advertising Platform 5) The Highest-Converting Color for …
 
In “Sirens”, Rita Baghdadi (“My Country No More”, “City Rising”) joins to Mike to discuss her portrayal of the all-women Lebanese heavy metal band Slave to Sirens, with a focus on Sherry, the virtuosic lead guitarist, and Lilas, the rhythm guitarist who is the charismatic center of the band. As much a coming of age story as a rock doc, “Sirens” exp…
 
“He's not a dusty antique from the past; he's the beginning of now” That’s how Marc Shaffer describes the subject of his film, Exposing Muybridge. Mike and Marc explore the strange and varied career of Eadweard Muybridge (just one of the many versions of the name he gave himself over the years). Born in Britain, he moved to New York to sell books, …
 
In 1976, a curator at Harvard’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnography discovered a long-forgotten item stored away in the museum’s collection: a series of stark but stirring daguerreotypes taken in 1850 that are believed to be the oldest photographs of enslaved Africans in the U.S. While the discovery made headlines across the country, they d…
 
While over the decades, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has periodically been front page news in America, for the most part, the issue has not taken center stage in U.S. politics. But what if it turned out that, unbeknownst to the vast majority of Americans, state legislatures throughout the country have been approving bills that not only took a s…
 
Software/App Feature: Customer Journey and Tracking Post iOS https://trytriplewhale.com/triple-pixel News: Amazon's Brilliant Secret to Selling More Products Is Free-And It's Hiding In Plain Sight https://incafrica.com/article/kelly-main-amazons-brilliant-secret-to-selling-more-products-is-free-and-its-hiding-in-plain-sight Amazon’s new service off…
 
We give you 5 tips for better drone shots, plus a new player on the drone market to topple DJI?โดย Light Minded
 
Renowned fashion photographer Stef King talks about how to get started in fashion, plus maybe a sneaky colab with Fletch might be on the cards....โดย Light Minded
 
Tony Hewitt drops by Lightminded Towers, we talk about the importance of light and how to prepare for a road trip, great chat!โดย Light Minded
 
In this installment of Anatomy of a Scene, “Ailey” director Jamila Wignot describes the creative process behind a key sequence in her remarkable portrait of American dance legend Alvin Ailey. After building his hugely successful dance company from scratch, Ailey felt an ever-increasing amount of pressure and eventually broke down. Jamila and her te…
 
Check out Roberts work here, https://www.robertsalisbury.photography/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/robertsalisburylandscapeart/?hl=enโดย Light Minded
 
In this powerful Anatomy of a Scene featurette, “Attica” director Stanley Nelson, recently awarded the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Documentary, focuses on a climactic sequence near the end of the Oscar-nominated film. Stanley takes us inside the prison yard at Attica after authorities have re-taken control of the yard and p…
 
It starts like a modern day fairy tale: from the cotton fields of Mississippi, to three national collegiate championships, to scoring the first basket in Olympic history. But despite all her plaudits, when all that had passed, Lusia Mae (Lucy) Harrison felt she could pursue the game no further. In his Oscar-nominated short, “The Queen of Basketball…
 
5 tips to totally utilize your tripod with special guest, Sir Peter Eastway!โดย Light Minded
 
After a series of highly improbable coincidences, filmmaker Jay Rosenblatt (“The Smell of Burning Ants”) finds himself back in his old elementary schoolyard making a film about a bullying incident from 50 years ago. Building on Jay’s own hazy recollections and those of his former 5th grade classmates, “When We Were Bullies” brilliantly pieces toget…
 
Now that the five Oscar nominees for Best Documentary Feature have been chosen, the final countdown to see who will win the coveted statuette is underway! Variety’s Film Awards Editor Clayton Davis, who’s been following the race closely for months, joins Top Docs to discuss each of the nominee’s’ chances, handicaps the race (as of the taping date!)…
 
Nostalgia isn't all bad. That’s one of the themes of our conversation with Lisa Hurwitz, director of “The Automat”, which charts the rise and fall of a uniquely American institution–though one with surprising roots in Northern Europe. Despite what you might have seen in the pictures, The Automat was more than brass, nickels, and glass windows. It w…
 
What software do the pros use?? Christian gives you his 5 top software must have recommendations for Landscape Photographers.โดย Light Minded
 
We need to talk about W. Kamau Bell. The talented stand-up comic and popular CNN series host/Executive Producer (“United Shades of America”) has just made his initial foray into directing with the provocative and definitive 4-part Showtime docuseries, “We Need to Talk About Cosby”. When a cultural icon like Bill Cosby, who was once so beloved as to…
 
Nick Rains joins us and gives you ten top camping hacks for Landscape photographers in Australia. Plus a cool way to get the worlds best camp sites CHEAP. 1 Check out hipcamp.com 2 Get to your campsite then explore! 3 Make sure your gear is insured. 4 Forget about comfort. Get a second battery set up if you can, don't buy a cheap a inverter, get a …
 
Australia is burning. And so is Greece, China, South Africa, Brazil, Congo, and even Siberia. And, of course, California is burning, more so than ever. In her eye-opening documentary “Bring Your Own Brigade”, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Lucy Walker (“The Crash Reel”, “Waste Land”) skillfully lays out the causes and consequences of the terrify…
 
Today we find ourselves in Myrlene, Vyrlene, and Shyrlene's House of Beauty, where Bitsy is about to tell us what happened to her on that flight back from visiting her sister. You are not going to believe it. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in. We're glad you're here. For more about the town go to www.Patreon.com/kellyswanson and for more about Kel…
 
Alvin Ailey is alive and well. That is the lasting impression one gets from “Ailey”, filmmaker Jamila Wignot’s vibrant and probing documentary portrait of one of the 20th Century’s greatest artists, the late dancer and choreographer Alvin Ailey. Ailey’s masterworks are still performed throughout the world. The dance company he founded more that 60 …
 
Jessica Kingdon’s stunning feature documentary debut, the Oscar-shortlisted “Ascension”, is an enthralling, immersive journey into the heart and soul of today’s People’s Republic of China. With her unerring ability to capture small details and depict epic scale, Jessica gives us a privileged tour of the so-called “Chinese dream” at the center of Ch…
 
10 of our tips to stay creative or to get out of a rut. 1. Give yourself a time limit to complete a project. 2. Get a good mentor. Not a ‘yes’ mentor. 3. No star shots (Joking! - unless you really like them). 4. Write a story about the photograph. 5. Don’t put too much stock in the industry, don’t bend to all the norms. Make your own rules. 6. Don’…
 
In her searing Oscar-shortlisted HBO Documentary “In the Same Breath”, award-winning filmmaker Nanfu Wang challenges both the Chinese and U.S. governments’ initial responses to the pandemic. As she did in her previous film, the devastating “One Child Nation”, Nanfu relentlessly questions government authority and gives voice to those who insist on t…
 
Focussing on the issue in San Francisco, LA, and Seattle, “Lead Me Home” manages to give a sense of the tremendous scope of homelessness on the West Coast of America, while still exploring the individual complexities of the lives of those who find themselves–often “step by step”--in this situation. Directors Pedro Kos and Jon Shenk take an unflinch…
 
Shortlisted for the Oscars, "Audible"–a short by Matt Ogens–explores the life of graduating high school football star Amaree McKenstry, a life not unlike that of any other teenager with teammates, family, friends, an on-and-off girlfriend, and the rigors of the gridiron. But a life also marked by the unique culture that defines Maryland School for …
 
At the height of WWII, a group of young Jewish refugees is sent to a secret POW camp near Washington D.C. The refugees soon discover that the prisoners are none other than Hitler’s top scientists. In a bitter twist of fate, it is the refugees’ job to ensure that the German prisoners will aid their new country in the coming Cold War. Finally, after …
 
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson joins us to talk about his Oscar-shortlisted “Summer of Soul (…or, When the Revolution Could Not be Televised)”. In the summer of 1969, a music festival took place in New York that attracted over 300,000 people. Featuring some of the most incredible artists of that — or any — era, it caught the cultural wave of the moment…
 
Betsy West and Julie Cohen (“RBG”, “My Name is Pauli Murray”) return to “Top Docs” to discuss their Oscar shortlisted “Julia”, about the legendary culinary educator, Julia Child. After sharing their favorite Julia Child recipes, Betsy and Julie dive into how they used new visual tools to recreate Julia’s cooking techniques–ones that weren’t availab…
 
A legendary rock ‘n’ roll photographer. An amazing abstract artist. Can they team up to create something completely new and original? In this touching and inspiring dual portrait, filmmaker Alexandria Jackson focuses her lens on the unlikely friendship and collaboration between photographer Baron Wolman and artist Sophie Kipner. In their Top Docs c…
 
In this poetical portrait that transcends the standard documentary treatment of war and refugees, filmmakers Gulistan and Elizabeth Mirzaei explore the dreams, frustrations and love experienced by Shaista and Benazir, a young Afghan couple living in a Kabul displacement camp. Ken sat down with Gulistan, Elizabeth, and producer Omar Mullick (“These …
 
One of the best photographers in the world (who happens to be colourblind) drops into Lightminded Towers for a beer....โดย Light Minded
 
With 99.4 million Instagram followers and counting, Billie Eilish, who just turned 20 years old, is already one of the most popular and critically acclaimed artists of our time. Throughout the world, her music inspires young people who flock to her concerts and know all the lyrics by heart. Renowned filmmaker R.J. Cutler’s definitive new Apple TV+ …
 
Right now, “Khabar Lahariya” might not be as well-known as “The New York Times”, but, with 150 million YouTube views and growing, India’s only women-led news outlet has already established itself as an indispensable local watchdog and source of reporting in the country’s most populated state. Winner of the Audience Award at the 2021 Sundance Film F…
 
The 2022 Sundance Film Festival is almost here! From Jan. 20– 30, all eyes will be on the Sundance lineup and on what are sure to be some of the year’s most heralded documentaries. Top Docs caught up with Basil Tsiokos, Sundance Senior Programmer, Nonfiction, to preview this year’s doc features and to give us an inside look into how the programming…
 
Two schools, two neighborhoods, two vastly different worlds… one football program. When it became clear that Messmer High School and Shorewood High in Milwaukee would not have enough players to field their own teams, the two schools came together to form the Messwood football team. But playing together does not mean that the team’s young athletes a…
 
Firouzeh Khosrovani’s “Radiograph of a Family” is among the rarest of documentaries. Like a perfectly composed classical symphony, the film’s form and content effortlessly complement each other. The result is a film that is both beautifully symmetrical and dynamically creative. Seamlessly moving between the personal and the political, Firouzeh empl…
 
And we're back! Joined by Sir Peter Eastway plus Carwyns time machine project.....โดย Light Minded
 
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