East Main Media Podcast host, Brian Brodeur, spoke with award-winning television producer and director, Jeff Friedman, at Jeff’s home in Maine during the summer of 2019. Their conversation highlights Jeff’s work with the Livingston Philanthropies Inc, and how people can volunteer or donate to make a real difference during the 2019 holiday season.
Guest host Alex Aldea sits down this week with actor and producer Francesco Nuzzi to discuss his production company Open Iris Entertainment and some of the films he’s produced – including his modern adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, Star Crossed Lovers.
Guest host Alex Aldea continues his conversation with filmmaker and director Corydon “Cordy” Wagner with a deeper dive into Cordy’s directing style including an overview of some of his latest commercial work.
Guest host Alex Aldea continues his conversation with actor Michael McGlone. This week Michael discusses how yoga and healthy living can help to alleviate the depression and anxiety prevalent in the acting world, and also talks about his latest project Kenny the Gun.
Guest host Alex Aldea takes over this week to speak with actor Michael McGlone. They discuss how Michael got his start in the award-winning film, The Brothers McMullen, and how he prepares for roles by tapping into his personal experiences.
Brian Brodeur catches up with Mike Shapiro in Coral Springs, Florida to discuss all things TAPinto, a network of 80+ hyper-local news sites. Mike gives us the lowdown on TAPinto’s past, present and future – and how TAPinto serves local communities and area businesses.
In Part Two of their conversation, Brian Brodeur and Mitch Slater discuss Bruce Springsteen, Larry King, the definition of success, staying curious, traveling to England, and more…
This week Brian sits down with Mitch Slater as he has connected with such interesting people as Howard Stern, Larry King, Gary Vaynerchuk and Steven Van Zandt – and we hear about how his mother danced on stage with Bruce Springsteen at Van Zandt’s album release party in Asbury Park!
Brian Brodeur’s conversation with entertainer and public-speaking guru Tommy Hilcken continues as they talk music, live performance, seeing opportunities, and the human connection of being present in the moment.