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Episode Info: Heidi Johnson has been putting the coolest art and events in front of the hippest people in LA for decades. In this episode she breaks down where PR and management cross over, how much of this stuff artists should be doing for themselves, and when it's time for you to get a manager. She also lets us in on some secrets of how to get your shit covered by the press. There's a lot of name-dropping in this episode, but every story is peppered with many years of wisdom, and by the end Heidi takes muthafuckas to school so don't miss the second half of this episode. We also share stories on the late Juxtapoz co-founder Greg Escalante since Heidi was one of the people closest to him in his final years. RIP Greg.   6:10- Can you talk about the new stuff you are doing with Corey Helford?   9:01-   9:16- Scott Hove   12:06- Heidi talks details about herself and her mom Monica Johnson who was a screenwriter and novelist   18:26- Heidi talks about talent management and PR in the entertainment industry    20:27-  Heidi talks about working on Renaissance Man (1994)   21:44- Being an assistant for Penny Marshall   23:38- Lillo Brancoto   A Bronx Tale Directed by Robert Di Niro   24:32- What are press junkets?    26:01- Heidi talks about Entertainment PR   28:28-   30:49- Learning how to deal with clients   31:29-   32:27- Tune into A.R.T Artists Real Talk Episode #24 with Creative Director Maca   37:31- Define what a publicist is   38:27-   42:31- Engelbert Humperdinck   43:38- Heidi talks about signing a contract with Engelbert   44:31- Pitching to the Grammys    45:53- Do artists often say no when you have a big idea that can be huge?   47:36- Jacob talks about what Heidi taught him with, “finding the story.”   48:43- When did you start Hijinx?   50:46- Robbie Conal   51:14-   51:36   51:49-   52:06   52:19- GRRL Scouts video   52:54- https://www.youtu...
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