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  • Summer Movie Season Set to Struggle from Strike-induced Shuffle (ep.332)

    24 MAY. 2024 · The 2024 summer movie season, typically a blockbuster-filled bonanza, is bracing for a potential downturn as the ongoing strikes by the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and Screen Actors Guild (SAG) send ripples through the entertainment industry. The strikes, primarily centered around fair compensation and concerns over the use of artificial intelligence in content creation, have caused significant delays and disruptions in production schedules, leading to a scarcity of new releases for the summer season. Industry analysts predict a noticeable dip in box office numbers compared to previous years. The absence of highly anticipated sequels and franchise films, which usually dominate the summer movie lineup, is expected to be a major factor in the anticipated decline. Moviegoers may find themselves with fewer options to choose from, potentially leading them to seek entertainment elsewhere. The strike-induced shuffle has also forced studios to reshuffle their release calendars. Some films have been pushed back to later dates, while others have been hastily moved up to fill the void left by postponed productions. This haphazard scheduling could lead to increased competition between films vying for audience attention, further impacting individual box office performances. Independent filmmakers and smaller studios, less affected by the strikes, could seize this opportunity to gain a foothold in the market. With fewer big-budget productions vying for attention, their films might find a more receptive audience, potentially leading to unexpected breakout hits. The strikes' impact extends beyond the summer season, with concerns looming over the long-term consequences for the industry. If not resolved soon, the ongoing labor disputes could disrupt the entire production cycle, leading to a prolonged shortage of new content and potentially altering the landscape of movie production and distribution. While the 2024 summer movie season faces undeniable challenges, industry experts remain optimistic about the future. They believe that once the strikes are resolved and production resumes, the industry will bounce back, with a renewed focus on fair compensation and collaboration between all stakeholders. In the meantime, moviegoers will have to adapt to a less predictable and potentially less exciting summer movie season. However, with a bit of creativity and a willingness to explore new options, they might still find cinematic gems to enjoy amidst the strike-induced shuffle. Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.com Support KOP by subscribing to his YouTube channel and search for King Of Podcasts Follow KOP on Twitter or Facebook @kingofpodcasts Listen to KOP’s other programs, Depraved and Debaucherous… and the Wrestling is Real Wrestling Podcast and join my Supporters Club for any of these podcasts from the website.
    48m 12s
  • Studios Streaming Bundles Scramble (with Lou Pate on 1210 WPHT)

    20 MAY. 2024 · Hear more about the Hollywood Studios Streaming Bundles Scramble and the leaked Diddy video as I am interviewed by Lou Pate on 1210 WPHT in Philadelphia, PA.  Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.com/ and click on Podcast Production Services. Subscribing to KOPs YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/@kingofpodcasts Find all past episodes, plus where to subscribe to the show or the supporters club and how to follow KOP on social media at http://www.kingofpodcasts.com/
    36m 59s
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    Tone-deaf Diddy in Damage Control Mode after Reputation Destroying Video

    19 MAY. 2024 · AP reports Diddy admits beating ex-girlfriend Cassie, says he’s sorry, calls his actions ‘inexcusable’Sean “Diddy” Combs admitted Sunday that he beat his ex-girlfriend Cassie in a hotel hallway in 2016 after CNN released video of the attack, saying in a video apology he was “truly sorry” and his actions were “inexcusable.” (May 19)  Sean “Diddy” Combs admitted that he beat his ex-girlfriend Cassie in a hotel hallway in 2016 after CNN released video of the attack, saying in a video apology he was “truly sorry” and his actions were “inexcusable.” “I take full responsibility for my actions in that video. I was disgusted then when I did it. I’m disgusted now,” the music mogul said in a video statement posted Sunday to Instagram and Facebook. The security video aired Friday shows Combs, wearing only a white towel, punching and kicking Cassie, an R&B singer who was his protege and longtime girlfriend at the time. The footage also shows Combs shoving and dragging Cassie, and throwing a vase in her direction. Cassie, whose legal name is Cassandra Ventura, sued Combs in November over what she said was years of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. The suit was settled the next day, but spurred intense scrutiny of Combs, with several more lawsuits filed in the following months, along with a federal criminal sex-trafficking investigation that led authorities to raid Combs’ mansions in Los Angeles and Miami. Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.comSupport KOP by subscribing to his YouTube channel and search for King Of PodcastsFollow KOP on Twitter or Facebook @kingofpodcastsListen to KOP’s other programs, Depraved and Debaucherous… and the Wrestling is Real Wrestling Podcast and join my Supporters Club for any of these podcasts from the website.
  • Studios Scramble for Streaming Bundles to Save Subscriber Count (ep.331)

    17 MAY. 2024 · Now, Comcast To Offer New Peacock, Netflix & Apple TV+ Streaming Bundle after Disney, Warner Bros. join forces to offer streaming bundle of Disney+, Hulu and Max. In the not-so-distant future, the streaming landscape had evolved into a battlefield of entertainment titans. As media companies vied for subscribers and market dominance, the eventual Blitz of Streaming Bundles became inevitable. It began with whispers of discontent among consumers, weary of subscription fatigue. With each new streaming service offering exclusive content, the once-convenient method of accessing entertainment became fragmented and expensive. Sensing the unrest, media giants plotted their next moves. As the Blitz of Streaming Bundles unfolded, consumers found themselves inundated with choices, each promising an unparalleled entertainment experience. Some embraced the convenience of bundled packages, relishing the variety of content at their fingertips. Others, however, lamented the increasing complexity and cost of navigating the streaming landscape. Ultimately, the Blitz of Streaming Bundles forced media companies to adapt to shifting consumer demands and preferences. In the ever-evolving landscape of entertainment, only those nimble enough to anticipate and respond to change would emerge victorious. And as the dust settled, one thing became clear: the streaming wars were far from over. Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.com Support KOP by subscribing to his YouTube channel and search for King Of Podcasts Follow KOP on Twitter or Facebook @kingofpodcasts Listen to KOP’s other programs, Depraved and Debaucherous… and the Wrestling is Real Wrestling Podcast.
    55m 26s
  • How Canada vs. Compton Fueled the Rap Music Resurgence (ep.330)

    10 MAY. 2024 · AP reported: In one of the biggest beefs in recent hip-hop history, Drake and Kendrick Lamar are feuding — to the point that police were asked about their feud after a security guard was shot outside Drake’s Toronto mansion on Tuesday. But it wasn’t always this way. Over a decade ago, the pair collaborated on a few songs: On Drake’s 2011 track “Buried Alive Interlude,” on Lamar’s 2012 release “Poetic Justice,” and on A$AP Rocky’s “(Expletive) ’ Problems” that same year. That didn’t last very long. In 2013, Pulitzer Prize winner Lamar was featured on Big Sean’s “Control,” in which he called out a slew of contemporary rappers including Drake, J. Cole, Meek Mill, Pusha T, A$AP Rocky, Big K.R.I.T., Wale, Pusha T and even Big Sean among them. “I got love for you all, but I’m trying to murder you,” he rapped. “Trying to make sure your core fans never heard of you.” Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.com Support KOP by subscribing to his YouTube channel and search for King Of Podcasts Follow KOP on Twitter or Facebook @kingofpodcasts Listen to KOP’s other programs, Depraved and Debaucherous… and the Wrestling is Real Wrestling Podcast.
    53m 21s
  • TikTok Tackles UMG Tantrum or SiriusXM: No Plan After Howard Stern (ep.329)

    3 MAY. 2024 · Variety reports: The months-long standoff between Universal Music Group and TikTok over royalty payments and AI policies is finally over, at least for the time being, with the announcement that the two entities have struck a deal to bring the label’s music back on the platform. As part of the agreement, the companies stated that they will “deliver improved remuneration for UMG’s songwriters and artists, new promotional and engagement opportunities for their recordings and songs and industry-leading protections with respect to generative AI.” UMG’s music will return to the platform imminently, and the companies will collaborate on realizing “new monetization opportunities utilizing TikTok’s growing e-commerce capabilities and will work together on campaigns supporting UMG’s artists across genres and territories globally.” Inside Radio reports: Nearly two decades after Howard Stern bolted for satellite radio, the now 70-year-old radio host’s future is up in air. His contract with SiriusXM is set to expire next year, and Stern has made noise about retiring. Whether then or in the future, President and Chief Content Officer Scott Greenstein says SiriusXM is better prepared to withstand the impact than ever before as it has added several big-named talents to its radio and podcast lineups. Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.com Support KOP by subscribing to his YouTube channel and search for King Of Podcasts Follow KOP on Twitter or Facebook @kingofpodcasts Listen to KOP’s other programs, Depraved and Debaucherous… and the Wrestling is Real Wrestling Podcast.
    47m 48s
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    Howard Stern's Radio Career Officially Goes Limp

    30 ABR. 2024 · Howard Stern does what lifelong Stern fans would have thought once unthinkable interviewing President Joe Biden. New York Post's Kristen Fleming called it the "final nail in the coffin for the radio host’s edgy reputation"  Stern who, in recent years, has undergone a rebirth thanks to therapy. He’s copped to being “woke” and, in 2019, embarked on an apology tour. “I was an absolute maniac,” he told Page Six of his earlier years on air. “My narcissism was so strong that I was incapable of appreciating what somebody else might be feeling.” He regretted pressing Robin Williams on an affair with his kids’ nanny, grilling Gilda Radner about Gene Wilder’s manhood, and bringing up rumors of homosexuality with a closeted George Michael.
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    19m 58s
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    How The Tik Tok Shop Totally Schools Traditional Advertising

    29 ABR. 2024 · How The Tik Tok Shop Totally Schools Traditional Advertising. A mixture of Sky Mall, Brookstone and Sharper Image combined.
  • The 2024 Rap Battle Royal (ep.328)

    26 ABR. 2024 · From Billboard: As the 2024 Rap Civil War wages on, Drake appears to have become a lone wolf, fighting an uphill battle against some of the genre’s brightest stars. Though the blockbuster battle against Kendrick Lamar is the main event on the card, multiple other artists seemingly want to take a swipe at the OVO captain. And in response, Drake has framed this lyrical warfare as a ’20 V. 1′ contest, implying that he’s ready to take on multiple opponents at once.  Lines have been drawn ever since Lamar’s scorching verse on “Like That,” featured on the Metro Boomin and Future project We Don’t Trust You and spending three weeks atop the Hot 100 chart. More opponents have rallied alongside him since then: Rick Ross, A$AP Rocky and The Weeknd have all chosen their side and aligned with Kendrick, as well as Kanye West, who previewed his scathing verse against Drake on the unofficial “Like That (Remix).”  “[Future] called me and I went to the studio and laid that. We went through the creative process of adding the chords and called the Hooligans out in London to get on the joint,” Ye explained in an interview with Justin LaBoy over the weekend. “Everybody was very, very energized about the elimination of Drake.” The age-old saying that idols become rivals rings loud and clear for Drizzy, as some of his heroes (like Ross and Ye) have turned their backs on him, seemingly in hopes of watching his empire crumble. Billboard has compiled a list detailing everyone involved in the Rap Civil War, and their respective roles in taking down the 6 God.  Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.com Support KOP by subscribing to his YouTube channel and search for King Of Podcasts Follow KOP on Twitter or Facebook @kingofpodcasts Listen to KOP’s other programs, Depraved and Debaucherous… and the Wrestling is Real Wrestling Podcast.
    46m 6s
  • Civil War and Its Delusional Depiction of Journalism and The Media (ep.327)

    19 ABR. 2024 · The latest film "Civil War" by director Alex Garland depicts a third-term president ruling over a divided America from a pseudo-journalistic lens. Journalism in 2024 meanwhile struggles with social media, the impact of AI, and the evolution of funding for traditional media, with potential layoffs and buyouts projected. LA Times reports A24’s “Civil War,” the latest film from “Ex Machina” and “Men” director Alex Garland, imagines a third-term president ruling over a divided America and follows the journalists driving through the war-torn countryside on a mission to land his final interview. Starring Kirsten Dunst and Cailee Spaeny as photojournalists, alongside Wagner Moura and Stephen McKinley Henderson (and a scene-stealing, nerve-racking Jesse Plemons), the film carries a reported production budget of $50 million and has already started to recoup the costs at the box office, earning $25.7 million in ticket sales in its first weekend in North America. “Civil War” has also been a discourse juggernaut. Conversation on social media has focused on the lack of context given for the conflict at the heart of the film. In a recent column, The Times’ Mary McNamara wrote that “forcing the very real political divisions that plague this nation into vague subtext doesn’t even serve the purported pro-journalism nature of ‘Civil War.’” According to ICFJ, journalism in 2024 will see major changes in the relationship between traditional and social media, the emergence of AI, and funding for traditional media evolving. Other possible developments include: More newspapers stop daily print production: As print costs rise and distribution networks weaken, more newspapers will stop printing daily. Digital news and non-news content will be bundled: Large publishers will bundle digital news and non-news content to lock in existing customers. Big tech platforms will lean further into paid business models: Big tech platforms will look to reduce their dependence on advertising. According to Muck Rack, more than one-third of journalism organizations will report layoffs or buyouts in 2024. In January 2024, Challenger, Gray & Christmas reported that 538 news outlets announced layoffs, including print, broadcast, and digital media.  However, some say that 2024 will be a big print year because print is more trustworthy than online sources.  Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.com Support KOP by subscribing to his YouTube channel and search for King Of Podcasts Follow KOP on Twitter or Facebook @kingofpodcasts Listen to KOP’s other programs, Depraved and Debaucherous… and the Wrestling is Real Wrestling Podcast.
    48m 19s
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    Tone-deaf Diddy in Damage Control Mode after Reputation Destroying Video

    19 MAY. 2024 · AP reports Diddy admits beating ex-girlfriend Cassie, says he’s sorry, calls his actions ‘inexcusable’Sean “Diddy” Combs admitted Sunday that he beat his ex-girlfriend Cassie in a hotel hallway in 2016 after CNN released video of the attack, saying in a video apology he was “truly sorry” and his actions were “inexcusable.” (May 19)  Sean “Diddy” Combs admitted that he beat his ex-girlfriend Cassie in a hotel hallway in 2016 after CNN released video of the attack, saying in a video apology he was “truly sorry” and his actions were “inexcusable.” “I take full responsibility for my actions in that video. I was disgusted then when I did it. I’m disgusted now,” the music mogul said in a video statement posted Sunday to Instagram and Facebook. The security video aired Friday shows Combs, wearing only a white towel, punching and kicking Cassie, an R&B singer who was his protege and longtime girlfriend at the time. The footage also shows Combs shoving and dragging Cassie, and throwing a vase in her direction. Cassie, whose legal name is Cassandra Ventura, sued Combs in November over what she said was years of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. The suit was settled the next day, but spurred intense scrutiny of Combs, with several more lawsuits filed in the following months, along with a federal criminal sex-trafficking investigation that led authorities to raid Combs’ mansions in Los Angeles and Miami. Contact KOP for professional podcast production, imaging, and web design services at http://www.kingofpodcasts.comSupport KOP by subscribing to his YouTube channel and search for King Of PodcastsFollow KOP on Twitter or Facebook @kingofpodcastsListen to KOP’s other programs, Depraved and Debaucherous… and the Wrestling is Real Wrestling Podcast and join my Supporters Club for any of these podcasts from the website.
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    Howard Stern's Radio Career Officially Goes Limp

    30 ABR. 2024 · Howard Stern does what lifelong Stern fans would have thought once unthinkable interviewing President Joe Biden. New York Post's Kristen Fleming called it the "final nail in the coffin for the radio host’s edgy reputation"  Stern who, in recent years, has undergone a rebirth thanks to therapy. He’s copped to being “woke” and, in 2019, embarked on an apology tour. “I was an absolute maniac,” he told Page Six of his earlier years on air. “My narcissism was so strong that I was incapable of appreciating what somebody else might be feeling.” He regretted pressing Robin Williams on an affair with his kids’ nanny, grilling Gilda Radner about Gene Wilder’s manhood, and bringing up rumors of homosexuality with a closeted George Michael.
    Reproducir
    19m 58s
  • Supporters Club

    How The Tik Tok Shop Totally Schools Traditional Advertising

    29 ABR. 2024 · How The Tik Tok Shop Totally Schools Traditional Advertising. A mixture of Sky Mall, Brookstone and Sharper Image combined.

The Broadcasters Podcast talks about everything Entertainment and Media. We follow the digital disruption and its impact on movies, TV, Music and Radio and how corporate influence, PC Culture, and...

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The Broadcasters Podcast talks about everything Entertainment and Media. We follow the digital disruption and its impact on movies, TV, Music and Radio and how corporate influence, PC Culture, and how other social and cultural obstacles help or hurt the creativity in all projects in front and behind the scenes.

Our host is a media watchdog with decades of various media experience observing every part of the media we consume today from the TV we watch on cable or online, the music we listen to on the radio or via streaming and the way we read the news, sports, and entertainment online.

Hosted by the @kingofpodcasts.
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