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Behind the Lens
57 minutes | Dec 30, 2014
The wild and witty world of Mark "Muds" Grant
We'll go into the background check on Mark's development of how he became the San Francisco's number #1 pick back in 1981. Also, noting how he came from the suburbs of Chicago (Aurora), making the adjustments at a early age to establish a name in Major league baseball. What individuals influence his success ,and lasted as long as he did as a pitcher. The other topic of discussion will be, how he ended up in the broadcast booth an analysis. His dedication and preparation not only as a player, but as an announcer. I'm sure you'll enjoy his candid and humor viewpoints from our discussions over the course of the show.
57 minutes | Dec 23, 2014
Behind the Lens: Greg Papa
57 minutes | Dec 16, 2014
The Rise of Matt Vasgersian
The development of the talent and creation of being a play by play announcer in MLB. How does Matt learn the techniques of preparation in going into a game, and formulating his particular style. What are the benchmark qualities in performing on-air that constitute a play by play announcer. Finding out the start and present bio on this individual on his current status and how it all came together.
58 minutes | Dec 9, 2014
How freelancers made a name for their accomplishments and advancements
This episode will digest the attitude and commitment freelancers have made to the sports television area of technical and production value. The dedication and sacrifices each person has developed over the years in changing with the times, and place themselves in that survival mode to adjust accordingly. I'm interviewing two individuals in whereby they made the adjustments from technical operations as freelancers, to the directors chair of production operations. Will be hearing from them in a different light on how they successfully made their adjustments sand dealt with all the drama behind the scenes.
58 minutes | Dec 2, 2014
The story on Tom Flores. His metamorphosis from player to coach
How he made the approach in being a quarterback for the Oakland Raiders from its infancy into the AFL to the huge merger that was made into NFL. What his experiences was chronicled in what he witness as a player, assistant coach, head coach,and general manager . Many ideas and thoughts passed through this man's mind when he was surrounded by the great mind and motivators of the new era of pro football. His viewpoints will be captivating on what his presentation of the games past to its present condition.
57 minutes | Nov 25, 2014
What makes Mark Gubicza tick in working in television
An Interview with Mark Gubicza, on his attitude and feelings from the playing field to the television broadcast booth. His observations that have developed his style not only as a success pitcher but what has molded his delivery in the broadcast booth. He has many insightful mannerism in defining the methods of a particular pitcher on the hill,and has interesting commentary as well. His thoughts and perspective will be of the listeners attention.
49 minutes | Nov 18, 2014
The Flair and Poignancy of Ken "Hawk" Harrelson
The views and perception of Hawk Harrelson on baseball. What's change that enhance,to what's shouldn't be touched or removed. His ideology on the players perspective of his era, to what's being portrayed in today's setting. Also, his feelings in the broadcast booth from yester years to today's standards. His remarks are one that will be etched in the broadcast industries from past & present calls, to what his personality and keen senses are perceived and still accepted by the viewership.
57 minutes | Nov 11, 2014
The candor and color of Duane Kuiper and Mike Krukow
An insight of who these characters are .What made their team such a success for so many years doing San francisco Giants Baseball both on Radio and Television. brbr Touch base on the past days of television to its current trend. How does the mix of demands work through the stages of covering the game enhance or deterred their style over the years. There upfront candidness is something you don't want to miss.
59 minutes | Nov 4, 2014
Chicago sports cable television with director Jim Angio
Conversation with Jim Angio ,an original/ pioneer of directing sports television in the Chicago market for over 30 years. His experiences and knowledge of cable sports television from its infancy to its empire epics it's reached today. Many questions will be presented with the type of answers never discussed from the control of network executives. Should be a ride you cAn not miss
52 minutes | Oct 28, 2014
Fightins' radio voice announcer "Larry (L.A.) Anderson
Relationship between ball players from his era to today's players. Also, his views on the games rules and the usage of video replay. Plus, transition of how television has made its impact.
57 minutes | Oct 21, 2014
Words with Mr. Wiggles
This broadcast will deal with an individual who shared the pioneer stages of how sports cable television has elapse over the past 3 decades here in the San Francisco Bay area. We will engaged on how we as freelancers got started in the industry, and how it has flourished into what it is today. Also, many of the changes our group went through as an association to the representation it has today as a union. This may be one fascinating interview I know that will captivate your interest. The gentleman that's being interviewed name is John Ward. He's been with our organization since its inception of 1985, and he's been an integral part as not only a member ,but president,and current trustee. His incites also deal with his adroitness as a director(3X emmy award winner)along with his talents in the tape/editing department as a tape producer as well. This should be an intriguing episode in this show on oct.21st.
58 minutes | Oct 14, 2014
Experiencing the five senses of the Texas Rangers Baseball
Giving the perspectives of the director Dave Burchett and Color Analysis Tom Grieve. Learning something from their experiences in the television industries, and what the future may behold. Their ratings from the type of conditions cities they've worked under with the truck facility and local freelance personal. What strategies they've developed in enhancing the program, to expanding techniques in developing ways of cutting a better game, to the talents' ambitions of working off the video replays in dialing in their particular style. How to off set from other broadcast, to make a particular approach from how they are unique from the others.
58 minutes | Oct 7, 2014
Perspectives of the Oakland A's
Today's show will include interviews with Mike Gallego and Shooty Babbit. And will include their perspective from the past to the current season in major league baseball. A lively discussion about the transition from the old days to the new era.
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