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59 minutes | Dec 16, 2018
Battle of the Hair with Ad Age’s Brian Braiker
David Sable sits down with Ad Age’s editor-at-large, Brian Braiker, to discuss how the ad industry has changed over the last few years, where the industry may be headed in 2019, and why print is far from dead.
57 minutes | Oct 31, 2018
David Nassar—"The Information Conundrum”
Former Vice President of Communications at the Brookings Institution discusses the importance of hard information and how its aggregation and dissemination are vital to the future of a stable world.
44 minutes | Oct 3, 2018
Tim Wu—"The Curse of Bigness”
Author, Columbia Law School professor, and developer of “net neutrality” theory, joins David Sable to discuss the future of conglomerates, the importance of net neutrality to business innovation, and the scarcity of human attention today.
46 minutes | Sep 3, 2018
American Eagle + Aerie Brand Executives Chad Kessler, Kyle Andrew and Jennifer Foyle – Retail in the Age of the So-Called Apocalypse
50 minutes | Aug 2, 2018
Comedian Yamaneika Saunders – Dropping the Mask to Combat Racism in America
48 minutes | Jul 3, 2018
James Altucher – Risk-Taking and the Rewards of Giving, in Business and Beyond
Guru, Rabbi, Sherpa, or storyteller? Glean pearls of wisdom as Altucher addresses authenticity, relateability, and perseverance to heal suffering and make big business moves.
39 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
CEO Jarrod Dicker of Po.et – Publishing from Amazon to the Blockchain
As Po.et launches, CEO Jarrod Dicker reviews both his own history at that of publishing. Will Blockchain be the next frontier?
47 minutes | May 1, 2018
Shingy – David Shing, Digital Prophet Extraordinaire, Talks Trends And Leadership
How does a ‘digital prophet’ rise to prominence? David Shing gives us his pearls of wisdom, gleaned from hard life experience.
53 minutes | Apr 10, 2018
Zeitguide CEO Brad Grossman - Insider Knowledge Revealed
Brad Grossman’s Zeitguide is a ‘survival kit,’ for the business and cultural worlds at once. Listen as he talks about his journey, and glean pearls of wisdom from an executive veteran.
41 minutes | Mar 27, 2018
Mixed Company Kai Deveraux Lawson - Diversity Initiatives in the Workplace
Drawing from personal experience, Kai Deveraux Lawson speaks candidly about her journey to workplace empowerment in the face of racism, revealing longstanding problematic behavior that could be reversed for major positive impact.
47 minutes | Mar 13, 2018
Claudia Romo Edelman - Davos and Diversity with a Mexican-Swiss Diplomat
On the coattails of International Women’s Day, Claudia Romo Edelman tackles the hard stuff. From the glamour of Davos to the complicated reality of racism and sexism around the world, Edelman adds a personal touch to what it takes to be a great activist.
61 minutes | Feb 27, 2018
Roy Eaton, ‘The Jackie Robinson of Advertising’ - Discrimination and Chutzpah
“Hardship or difficulty is not a liability. It can be the best asset that you have,” Roy says, as he delves into a life well led in advertising and in the formation of identity. As a witness and a shaper of history, it is an honor to hear Roy’s thoughts on both past and future.
42 minutes | Feb 6, 2018
Asi Burak of PowerPlay - Gaming Guru Claims Video Games Will Change the World
Are you a gamer? Videogame veteran Asi Burak says that term was just the beginning. Listen as he delves deep into VR, interactive video, and the power of choice in technology
49 minutes | Jan 23, 2018
NBCU Chairman Linda Yaccarino - What's Next for TV?
Linda Yaccarino, Chairman, Advertising and Client Partnerships, NBCUniversal has been a pioneer in cross-platform media, seeing profits into the billions of dollars. Looking at reallocation, ad tech, and TV binges, she delves deep into what makes sense, what makes money, and what’s on its way out.
40 minutes | Jan 9, 2018
Sotheby's VP Eric Shiner - Advertising and Andy Warhol
Art as currency and influencer has deep roots, from the Renaissance to the present. Sotheby’s SVP talks siloes and technology in the art world, anchoring discussions around markets in Warhol, Basquiat, and the quest to promote emerging artists.
41 minutes | Dec 19, 2017
Touro Law School Dean Harry Ballan - Entrepreneurship, Diversity, and Social Justice
Learn to apply a positive belief system at work from eclectic law school dean, neuroscientist and corporate powerhouse Harry Ballan, as he talks about his tools to effect change across channels.
40 minutes | Nov 28, 2017
MikMak Founding CEO Rachel Tipograph - How Do You Drive Sales Online?
Convinced the internet was broken, Tipograph was inspired to disrupt with “QVC for the Snapchat Generation”. Listen for more about how she is working to reinvent shopping, from her time at GAP to building a company around digital shorts.
51 minutes | Nov 14, 2017
NBA Commissioner Emeritus David Stern - Branding and Race in Sports
In a no-holds-barred conversation, David Stern talks politics and race throughout the NBA’s rich and storied history. As advertising and revenues skyrocketed, Stern stayed humble and built a powerful brand.
42 minutes | Oct 31, 2017
Weight Watchers CEO Mindy Grossman - Beyond Dieting Into Branded Well-Being
As the consumer mindset evolves towards health consciousness, how can new technologies enable a healthier, more connected life? In other words, what’s ahead for Weight Watchers?
39 minutes | Oct 17, 2017
Bitforms Gallery Founder Steven Sacks - New Media Art
What is “new media art,” and can tapping into new technologies play a role in brand identity?
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