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Daily Highlights: Friday, September 3, 2010

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At 3 PM The wOw Effect host Julia Reed whoops it up with Bryan Batt, who plays Salvatore Romano on the critically-acclaimed AMC series Mad Men. The flamboyant actor will chat about his new book, She Ain’t Heavy, She’s My Mother: A Memoir.
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At 9 PM Suspense Radio host—and Suspense Magazine editor—John Raab gets up close and personal with Fox News Channel legal analyst Lis Wiehl, whose latest thriller (authored with April Henry) is titled Face of Betrayal. Plus: A Bad Day’s Work scribe Nora McFarland.
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On Demand: Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone tees off with Mark Rolfing, host of the new NBC Sports show Global Golf Adventure, which has the PGA pro traveling to the world’s most spectacular links, while sitting down to chat with fellow pros and celebrities.
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At 5 PM Variety TopicsSonia Fitch chats with Stephanie Dolgoff—whom the The New York Times has described as “an earthbound cross between two Julias—Roberts and Louis-Dreyfus”—about her new book, My Formerly Hot Life: Dispatches From Just the Other Side of Young.
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At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum hangs with game- and reality-show executive producer Phil Gurin, who’s currently running The Singing Bee and Your Chance To Dance on Country Music Television.
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At 6:30 PM Your Time with Josie host Josie Passantino gives it up for Lydia Salnikova, former lead vocalist and keyboard player for the Grammy-nominated band Bering Strait. The Russian-born diva will chat about her upcoming solo collaboration with producer Alain Mallet.


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Daily Highlights: Friday, August 27, 2010

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At 3 PM Today Mediaite will with talk to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, live from New Orleans, about the five year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and more.

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At 3 PM In this week’s episode of The Wow Effect hosted by Christine Hohlbaum tune in to live interviews with best-selling authors Deepak Chopra, Debbie Ford, and Marianne Williamson.

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At 3 PM Tune in to Tomorrow will be Televised . This week’s guests include: Jim Turner of Canoe Ventures, Will Griffin of Hip-Hop On Demand, and Dawn Chmielewski of the LA Times.

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On demand Grand Central Pub talks to  Jo Bracken who  grew up with possibly one of the wittiest and most practical moms in the 60s, Peg Bracken–who has a book to prove it: THE I HATE TO COOK BOOK. Jo talks about her mom’s advice, what the book means to her, and its relevance in today’s home and culture.

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Today at 3 Fitness Guru, Ana Caban hosts her inaugural show with us. Joining her will be fitbook™ creator, Angela Manzanares as they discuss goal setting, achievement and accountability.

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Daily Highlights; August 20, 2010

tom-delay-16At 11 AM Straight Talk’s Melissa Hopkins sits down with Former GOP Majority Leader Tom DeLay—whom the Justice Department cleared of corruption charges this week—for a live, 30-minute review of his case, and the money-laundering charges he still faces in Texas. Tom will take calls.
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At 8 PM Flashback host Carey Fisher gets the inside story from Geri Reischl, who subbed for Eve Plumb as Jan Brady in 1977’s Brady Bunch Hour reunion—which TV Guide dubbed one of the 50 Worst Shows of All Time.
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At 3 PM Our wOw Effect host, Lesley Stahl, is joined by Peter Martins, artistic director of the New York City Ballet. The Danish-born choreographer discusses working with architect Santiago Calatrava on new ballets marking the 50th anniversary of Lincoln Center.
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At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum hangs with Sandy Wax, president of PBS KIDS Sprout, the first 24/7 network for kids ages 2 to 5, and their parents. Plus: Graham Clarke of High Noon Entertainment, which produces such realty shows as House Hunters and Cake Boss.
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At 10 AM Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman” gets up close and personal with Paula Garces, host of The mun2 Look on Telemundo’s mun2 cable net, which takes a look at the raw, edgy trends inspired by today’s Latino lifestyle—and making their mark on runways the world over.
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On Demand: Host Andrea Shea King welcomes Florida Gubernatorial candidate Mike McCalister, who vows to crack down Arizona-like on illegal immigrants. “You have to deport them or detain them,” he tells us. “We have got to stop teaching the world to reward people for breaking our laws.”

*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.

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Daily Highlights; August 13, 2010

mary-higgins-clarkAt 3 PM Our wOw Effect host, Lesley Stahl, sits down with best-selling suspense novelist Mary Higgins Clark and her daughter, mystery novelist Carol Higgins Clark. The prolific scribes will discuss their similarities and differences in crafting compelling reads.
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At noon Grand Central Publishing welcomes Alexandra Lebenthal, who is CEO of Wall Street investment firm Lebenthal & Co., and whose new book The Recessionistas—“a novel of the once rich and powerful”—is a tale of social upheaval in the Big Apple.

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At 9 PM Host Timothy Hodge celebrates his 2-year anniversary on BlogTalkRadio (you the man, TH!) with best wishes from such acts as the GS Boyz, Oleta Adams, Lucky Peterson and Jason Weaver —who played Michael Jackson in 1992’s The Jacksons: An American Dream.
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At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum hangs with Henry Bromell, the Emmy-winning executive producer of AMC’s Rubicon. Plus: Anup Murarka, Adobe Systems’ Flash platform product marketing director, discusses Google TV.
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On demand: BEST Business Radio welcomes baseball great Pete Rose, who shares the secrets of his on- and off-field success. “Throughout my career, I worked my opposition. And I continuously do that today,” he says. “There’s not a lazy bone in my body—and I’ll grind the person I’m playing against.”
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At 4 PM Coffee Talk Jazz Radio host “Ms. Bridgette” Lewis kicks it with jazz vocalist and guitarist Nadia Washington, who attended Boston’s Berklee College of Music on a Bill Cosby Presidential Scholarship. The singer will sample her latest tracks, Inner Urge and Who Cares.


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Programming Highlights; July 19, 2010

jenny-bicksAt 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum sits down with writer-producer Jenny Bicks, who’s best known for her work on Sex and the City. Jenny, who also created Men in Trees, will chat about her new Showtime series, The Big C, starring Laura Linney.
roy-nelson1At 8 PM The Wheelhouse hosts Michael Bower and Chris Cause mix it up with UFC superstar Roy Nelson. The Jiu-Jitsu black belt, who—despite his 263 pounds—is known for his agility, will discuss his upcoming bout with Brazilian heavyweight Junior Dos Santos.
brian-culberson At 10 PM Talking Smooth Jazz host Terri Scott kicks it with musician Brian Culbertson, who regularly opens for Barry Manilow—and has got a new album that drops tomorrow titled simply XII.  The disc sports guest performances by such artists as Brian McKnight and Faith Evans.

miles-wolffAt 1 PM Sports Talk 2345 host Matthew Orso sits down with Miles Wolff, commissioner of the Can-Am baseball league, and owner of the Quebec Capitales. Miles will chat about the current MLB season, as well as his sentiments about the late George Steinbrenner.
stupidcancershow-15At 9 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes young-adult sarcoma survivor Jason Mlot, and Cyriac Roeding, CEO of ShopKick, Inc. and of 12 Snap Mobile.

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Featured Host: Simon Applebaum of ‘Tomorrow Will Be Televised’

This year, veteran journalist Simon Applebaum celebrates his third decade of covering the TV scene. He’s the producer/host of Tomorrow Will Be Televised, a live twice-weekly show on BlogTalkRadio about where the industry is, and where it’s headed. The program offers breaking news, commentary and, most important, extended interviews with industry movers and shakers.

When asked about his show and the reasons for doing it, Simon shared:

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"What moves me most is when we can introduce people to networks or programs they didn't know about before," Simon (above) tells us.

“This is a program that gives listeners—the public—direct access to the people responsible for what they watch on TV now, and how they’ll watch and use TV in the future. At the same time, the people who make TV happen get the rare chance to share—at length—how and why they practice their craft with the public.

“The feedback I get suggests that both sides appreciate this opportunity, and that drives me to offer the best program I can week after week.”

Simon launched Tomorrow Will Be Televised in August 2007, while still a senior editor with CableWorld magazine, a media trade publication. The program then moved to BlogTalkRadio in May 2009.

Besides BlogTalkRadio exposure, the program is available as a podcast on iTunes.com, Zune.net and 15 other Web download sites, and earlier this month, started as a featured podcast on Tivo, the popular digital video recorder,

Plus, it’s the first BTR program offered for free to teachers and schools nationwide through the Cable in the Classroom program.

As a journalist, Applebaum is no stranger to the TV industry. He has served as a senior editor/writer for Cablevision, Cable Marketing and Multichannel News. He also was a regular commentator on Tech Live, TechTV’s technology news roundup.

Currently, Applebaum writes a Tomorrow Will Be Televised column every other week for MediaBizBloggers.com, and serves as panel moderator/panelist for TV industry events in the New York area.

Want to get a closer look at the inner workings of the TV industry?

Tune in twice a week to  Tomorrow Will Be Televised and hear breaking news and commentary from network TV executives, show producers/creators, entrepreneurs launching new TV services, TV critics and pundits.

Programming Highlights; July 12, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

matt-roush At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Applebaum sits down with TV Guide Senior Critic Matt Roush, MyTakeOnTV.com Editor Amrie Cunningham and TV analyst Shari Anne Brill to discuss the Primetime Emmy Award nominees and the upcoming fall season.

sass-jordanAt 8 PM Somewhere in Vegas host Marq with a Q kicks it with Canadian rocker Sass Jordan, whose singles High Road Easy and Sun’s Gonna Rise cracked the Top 10 north of the border, and who’s got a sweet gig as a judge on Canadian Idol.

stupidcancershow-12At 9 PM The Stupid Cancer Show host Matthew Zachary welcomes young-adult Ewing’s sarcoma survivor Emily Hobson, celeb hairstylist and Bits & Pieces Founder Barry Hendrickson, and Yoga Bear New York City Chapter Director Michelle Robbins.

frank-andersonAt 10 PM Let’s Be Frank’s Frank Anderson isn’t solely devoted to Internet radio. No, our Houston-based host is an original cast member of longest running touring play in African American theatre, The Diary of Black Men. And tonight he welcomes fellow actors from the original production.

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Programming Highlights; July 6, 2010

Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:

 

eddie-mcclinktock At 10 AM Bob “Mr. Media” Andelman sits down with up the terribly unattractive (yea, right) Eddie McClintock, who plays Secret Service agent Pete Lattimer on the critically—and popularly—acclaimed SyFy series Warehouse 13, which kicks off Season 2 July 6.

 

ike-atkinsonAt noon Sin City Sessions kicks it with former drug lord Ike Atkinson, who was the main supplier of heroin to kingpin Frank Lucas (as portrayed by Denzel Washington in 2007’s American Gangster). Ike will discuss his new tell-all, Sergeant Smack.

 

tim-kring At 3 PM Tomorrow Will Be Televised host Simon Apple goes one-on-one with Tim Kring, executive producer of the hit NBC series Heroes. Plus: Rola Bauer, executive producer of the Starz miniseries Pillars of the Earth.

 

bencanova At 4 PM Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker hangs with Ben Ohmart, who’s got a new bio of funnylady Judy Canova, star of such all-American flicks as The WAC from Walla Walla, Carolina Canonball and, of course, Singin’ in the Corn.

 

elizabeth-tryonAt 6:30 PM Indie Lady A host Adrienne Manson gets busy with pop-classical recording artist Elizabeth Tryon (whose great-granddad, incidentally, was a solo cornetist in John Philip Sousa’s band). The diva will chat about her new album From Elizabeth.

 

justin-chon21At 10 PM NDB Media host Roger Noriega hangs with Justin Chon, who plays Eric Yorkie in the hit Twilight series. The actor will fill us in on his upcoming projects, including the flick Crossing Over, opposite Harrison Ford, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd.

 

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