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Fifteen years ago, the American television landscape changed forever with the launch of a new series that struggled initially, but became one of television’s most beloved and enduring comedies. “An Oral History of The Office” pulls back the curtain on what went into creating this unstoppable force in American popular culture and why it continues to resonate with new audiences today. Hosted by Brian Baumgartner (Kevin Malone) and produced by Propagate Content, the podcast features interviews ...
 
"He who seeks to improve conditions must propagate a new mentality, not merely a new institution." — Ludwig von MisesOur aim at Upstream Ideas is to do just as Mises suggested by turning the dial on how you look at the political and policy issues facing Illinois, Chicago and our nation. We present new ideas that inform salient policy decisions, start new conversations and move beyond partisan politics all while challenging the status quo.Dan Proft along with distinguished guests and contribu ...
 
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In this interview, Adolfo gives us practical information on the management of his agroforestry systems, from integrating chickens to weed wild asparagus and olive, to punning the forest for tree fodder. He gives us an insight into the type of decision making it takes to run a small diversified farm in Italy, and how finding the right balance betwee…
 
We have an exciting conversation with Ethan, Harry and Jeremy from Propagate Ventures, to understand how they are blending cutting edge agronomy, economic modelling and innovative financing to scale up agroforestry. They walk us through their analysis and design methodology, from what data they use to how they define tree spacing and choice of spec…
 
Benedikt Bösel shares with us his journey from investment banking to regenerative farming. We explore why he is testing out agroforestry on his large scale grain farm. We also discussed how grains benefit from trees, how to lead a 20 people team towards regenerative techniques and the process of diversifying his farm. • RESOURCES https://www.gutund…
 
Matteo Mazzola shares with us some technical knowledge on how he is associating plants and animals to create productive and diversified systems on a small farm. We get into some detail on how he prepares his tree lines before planting, which plants consortiums he associates with his orchard and why, as well as the crucial relationships between graz…
 
From the creation of Vh1's Behind the Music to Netflix's Rythm + Flow and a LOAD of NBCUniversal stories in between, Jeff Gaspin sits down with Jimmy to relive some of the most prominent moments of his prolific career. Highlights include his contribution to Pop Up Video, what was the view of Donald Trump when The Apprentice was first pitched, how d…
 
In this episode we discuss the process we are going through to create the Mazi Farm agroforestry system, as well as some of key questions and challenges we are faced with. We realised there are some typical topics and challenges agroforestry farms face, and the solutions aren't always easy to work out. From this position we decided to start the pod…
 
In this episode you will find out who we are, what agroforestry means to us, why we use the term regenerative, and what you can expect from this podcast. • GET IN TOUCH www.regenerativeagroforestry.org • DONATE www.gumroad.com/regenagroforestry • FOLLOW US on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
A chance discovery on a trip to London sends a producer on the hunt to secure the rights - and a TV network - to produce a series with the potential to redefine comedy in the US. Hosted and Executive Produced by Brian Baumgartner. Executive Producer/Showrunner: Linh Le. Executive Producers for Propagate: Ben Silverman, Howard Owens and Drew Buckley…
 
Recorded 5/12/20 - Producer/Director Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of The Nacelle Company and Comedy Dynamics joins Jimmy from his very impressive toy collector's room! Brian discusses the business of producing and distributing stand-up comedy specials and the seven year process of how Netflix's The Toys That Made Us came to be as well as its successful sp…
 
Are You the One? is undoubtedly one of the most successful reality formats of the modern era and in this episode Jimmy meets two of the brains behind the hit series, Jeff Spangler & Rob LaPlante. The two producers open up about their relationships with Lighthearted's founder Howard Schultz and the legacy he left behind as well as choice stories fro…
 
Unquestionably one of the most prolific producers in the history of reality TV, Tom Forman sits down with Jimmy to go over the "greatest hits" including Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Gigolos, Catfish and many more. The producer talks through his pitching philosophies, how he benefited by coming up in the news world, the wild experience at Relativ…
 
Brant Pinvidic sold and executive produced notable series such as Bar Rescue, Extreme Weight Loss and Valley of the Boom. He held major positions at GRB, 3 Ball and TLC, but after a career of working in reality TV Brant decided to take his talents elsewhere and leave the business. Jimmy and him talk about the fears everyone in the reality TV world …
 
Howard T. Owens invites Jimmy into his home for a trip down memory lane and offers a high-level perspective from both the buying and selling side. From his early days in the William Morris mail room to the start of Reveille (Biggest Loser, Nashville Star, American Gladiators, MasterChef) to his days running National Geographic (Brain Games, Killing…
 
"It's all happening!" Troy Searer joins Jimmy to share some fantastic stories from a diverse career spanning both the scripted and unscripted genres. Starting off in the NBC Saturday Morning program world before going on to produce series like Biggest Loser, Breaking Bonaduce, Shooting Sizemore, The Two Coreys and Manhunt:The Unabomber.…
 
Adam DiVello came into MTV as an assistant and left as the creator of one of the most successful reality franchises of all-time, The Hills! Jimmy and Adam discuss the creation of the show, how much was authentic vs scripted, and the thinking behind that memorable series finale. Plus, Adam talks about recent Done and Done Productions hit series Musi…
 
The delightful Cori Abraham joins Jimmy for a lively discussion on why she doesn't go to amusement parks, what it took to sell a show to Vh1 before the reality business "evolved", the golden era of Bravo and Oxygen's recent transition to a crime network. Twitter: @IamJimmyFox // @realscreenBy Realscreen Magazine
 
The quick-witted Jason Sarlanis joins Jimmy from 2019's Realscreen Summit in New Orleans. The two discuss his obsession with Kelly Clarkson, his rise through the ranks early in his career at E!, what it was like working with Joan Rivers and the biggest differences between being an executive in cable versus broadcast. Twitter: @IAmJimmyFox // @reals…
 
The highly entertaining Nancy Glass (Tanked, Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History), stops by for a lively career-spanning conversation. The former on-camera news anchor and host discusses how she began her transition to producing and why basing her company in Philadelphia allows for a unique corporate culture. Also, Nancy's President & General Ma…
 
Fenton Bailey co-founded World of Wonder in 1991 with business partner Randy Barbato. In this live chat in front of an audience at 2019's Realscreen Summit in New Orleans, Fenton recounts his prolific career as a producer and filmmaker. From Million Dollar Listing(s) to RuPaul's Drag Race to prestige documentaries like Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pic…
 
2018 was a big year in the reality business! Companies sold, companies merged, true crime reigned supreme and reboots were all the rage. In this episode, Jimmy breaks down the buzziest stories of the past year and hands out his own personal "NOT the Realscreen Awards" with guest Brian Speiser of APA. Twitter: @IamJimmyFox // @Realscreen…
 
How are schools celebrating Black History Month? Are students learning the inspirational stories of Frederick Douglass, Dr. Martin Luther King, or Bob Woodson? No. Instead, administrators are espousing the intellectually dishonest ideas from black lives matter groups. Are any parents willing to suggest alternative viewpoints to the cultural marxist…
 
What is the importance of the subpoenas to Trump’s inauguration committee? Was the arrest of Roger Stone excessive? Would it be wise for Trump to use the SOTU to declare a national emergency or should he simply restate his proposed compromise and let the Feb. 15 clock run? Contributing editor at National Review, Andy McCarthy joins Dan and Amy to d…
 
Is building a border wall driven from common sense policy rather than political ideology? Are the only people claiming the border wall will be ineffective are the political pundits and politicians who have never visited the border? Is the humanitarian crisis caused by America’s bad asylum laws filled with loopholes? Former Customs and Borders Prote…
 
Is Howard Schultz derailing the enthusiasm from far left candidates entering the race? What’s the over/under on 20 candidates in the primary? Is it a race to see who can make the government the biggest and most expensive? Is a border wall/barrier/fencing deal still possible before Tuesday's SOTU? Anchor of Special Report on Fox News, Bret Baier joi…
 
Is there reason to be optimistic about economic growth in 2019? Do the January numbers prove how “non-essential” federal employees really didn’t matter to the economy? Is Brexit important to America’s growth? How much will the UK save if they leave the European Union? Is there anything more important for the economy than the trade deal with China? …
 
Will Trump get a deal on border security funding before next week's SOTU? Are Democrats going to Pelosi pushing for a deal? Has Trump been given the green light from Republicans to invoke emergency powers to fund the wall? Are other Democrats coming out against Kamala Harris’ plan to eliminate the private insurance market? Does the conclusion of th…
 
What has been the response from the far left in regards to what is happening in Venezuela? Are “all options on the table?” Is there any disgust or worry about the rise of anti-semitism amongst the newly elected Democrat-Socialist stars? Is social justice neither social nor just? Associate Editor for Commentary Magazine, Noah Rothman joins Dan and A…
 
How much would each taxpayer in Chicago need to send to city hall to break even? $36,000. That isn’t even including Chicago Public Schools or Park District's costs and debts. Is the city running out of backs to put the city’s pension debt on? Are politicians and mayoral candidates coming up with different schemes to kick the can down the road inste…
 
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