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"Off the Set" with James Tully
56 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
On Further Review: Scream (1996)
Happy Halloween! Somehow through 35 years of life I've never seen Scream until this past week. So let's see how it holds up. What's your favorite scary movie Sidney? What's with the gun? Why didn't the cops pull cell phone records, or was that impossible in the mid-nineties? My colleague Nick Villano, co-host of the Let's Go Devils podcast, joins me to break down this iconic horror movie. Best scenes, trivia, and way too much talk about Skeet Ullrich. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
30 minutes | Oct 22, 2020
Food, Beer, and....Tires? Behind the scenes shooting and developing commercials
Friend and former colleague Mike Giangreco gives an inside look at the marketing business and making commercials. From Michelob Ultra to All-State Mike's worked with some of the biggest companies and helped develop some of the most popular campaigns out there. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
55 minutes | Oct 2, 2020
Worst/Most Embarrassing Moments in Broadcasting
Throwing ourselves under the bus for an hour. Enjoy! My former colleagues Kyle Rogers and Christina Butler join me to share stories of the most embarrassing and unfortunate moments we've all had in front of the camera. A lot of laughs here, and a reminder of one of the best pieces of advice I've ever gotten - don't ever take yourself too seriously! Big thanks for Kyle and Christina - connect with them here: Kyle Rogers Christina Butler Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
25 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Ask a Sports Scientist - Brady Successful at 43? Can you get in great shape after 50?
Sports Physiotherapist Greg Bay talks how likely it is Tom Brady will stay productive as the Bucs QB this year and past this year, what led him to his CORESHORTS invention that might prevent major injuries in young athletes, and what we don't account enough for when training/lifting weights as we get older. Check out Greg Bay's website. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
46 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
Managing Casinos in Vegas, What Really Happens on the Floor, Interacting with A-List Celebrities
Pete Scalia, Executive Director at St. Vincent De Paul Community Center in Clearwater, joins the podcast to talk about both of his careers. From his time managing Vegas casinos, interacting with A-List celebrities, and the inter-workings of a slot machine....to his newest venture of getting people off the street and under a roof. You might also know his uncle Antonin. Interesting conversation from start to finish. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
27 minutes | Sep 3, 2020
Favorite Sports Movies
Sports are back! So what better time to reminisce about our favorite sports movies (and classic lines from those movies) than right now? Ted Macguire with Tampa Bay Magazine hops on the pod to help me compile the list. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. What are your favorites? Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
33 minutes | Aug 28, 2020
Top 10 Manners That Are No Longer Taught (and should be)
For this week's "Off the Set" and who better to teach you about manners than mom? Actually my mom wrote a couple of books on the subject, so there's another reason. Lynne Breil, author of "Best in Class" and "Making the Grade" teams up with a former colleague of mine Christina Butler (who has 20 years of broadcasting experience) for the top 10 manners that are no longer taught (and should be). Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
15 minutes | Aug 21, 2020
2020 Election Night Predictions, the Real Problem with Mail-In Ballots?
Vegas has set the odds, but how does someone who intensely covered the 2016 election feel about this one? Scripps D.C. Correspondent Joe St. George and I discuss the polls, the similarities to four years ago, and the major differences this time around in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. Also Joe has an issue with mail-in ballots, and it doesn't involve fraud. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
39 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
Winning and Losing Big at Blackjack, Card Counting, and Will Vegas Make a Comeback?
Catching up with my one-time "TV Dad" and former colleague at the CBS affiliate in Harrisburg Kirk Clyatt. Kirk talks about living in Vegas under a pandemic, why he loves Blackjack, and gives us a quick lesson on "legally" counting cards. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
26 minutes | Aug 7, 2020
Stories from an FBI agent: White Collar Crimes, Shocking Scams, Getting the Bad Guy
FBI agent Andy Sekela talks about his career investigating white collar crimes. From people embezzling millions from government agencies to scam operations that took years to bring down Agent Sekela runs through his most memorable cases. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
25 minutes | Jul 30, 2020
Yogacast - Freeing the Mind, Body, and Soul
Anchor/reporter and certified Yoga instructor Lara Greenberg joins the pod. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
27 minutes | Jul 24, 2020
Giving Fatherly Advice in 2020, Corona-affected Graduations, the Weird Sports Season w/ anchor Frank Wiley
Checking in with my pal Cleveland news anchor Frank Wiley about how he's talking to his kids about everything that's going on in the country during the pandemic amid racial tensions. A lifelong sports fan, Frank gives his take on just how strange the sports seasons are going to feel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
53 minutes | Jul 17, 2020
UFOs and Time Travelers w/ meteorologist Greg Dee and my brother Pat
Greg Dee provides a scientific take on UFOs, and the possibility of traveling through time. Then my brother Pat joins me to talk about the conspiracy behind John Titor, someone who claimed to be from Tampa and came from the year 2036. Elaborate hoax or something more? We deep dive on the unknown this week on "Off the Set" An added bonus: One thing that can be explained in this episode? How I cracked up my car this past week. Watch this on my YouTube Channel
43 minutes | Jul 10, 2020
What I Wish I Learned in High School
Typing skills, resume building, and yes....a better sex education class! It's a Tully family discussion on all of the things we wish we were taught back in high school, but weren't. My step-dad John, Uncle Scott, and my brother Pat join the pod. What do you wish you learned back then? Find me - Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel.
36 minutes | Jul 3, 2020
The Quarantine Comfort Food Roundtable
Hungry? Eat first then listen to this. My pal Greg Dee, his husband Vini, and Jasmine Styles join me to talk all things food. Our favorite flavors, dishes, and guilty pleasures while being stuck at home. Painting a pretty elegant portrait of cuisine for you in this half hour. There are worse ways to spend time with us during your day, trust me! Send me your quarantine comfort food pictures on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
64 minutes | Jun 26, 2020
Working in Morning News, Dealing with Trolls, Worst TV Show Finales of All Time
(1:21) ABC Action News morning anchor and reporter Vanessa Araiza talks about how she copes with working overnights, dealing with people who write nasty things to her on social media, and how uncomfortable it is to watch yourself. (22:52) Pennlive's multimedia reporter Julia Hatmaker talks about the best shows to stream right now, and the worst TV series finales of all time. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
58 minutes | Jun 19, 2020
Forrest Gump, Point Break, and Independence Day - Flawed Movies We Still Love
Andrew Kozak, meteorologist in Columbus OH, joins me to talk about some of our favorite movies that have obvious (and not so obvious) flaws. Bad acting, scenes that don't make sense, and confusing plot lines, we go through a few classics and pick them apart. Watch this on my YouTube Channel! Subscribe to Andrew's podcast Just Press Pause Send me your favorite flawed movies: Instagram Twitter Facebook
56 minutes | Jun 13, 2020
Harlem Globetrotter Stories, On the Court with MJ, Fixing Baseball's Dwindling Popularity w/ Tracy Williams and My Dad
Tracy Williams, motivational speaker and former Harlem Globetrotter joins my dad and me to talk about what's gone right with professional basketball over the past decade, and what's gone wrong with baseball. Tracy has a great collection of stories from his playing dads, and competing against the all-time greats like Michael Jordan. These are two people I've always wanted to get together! Watch this episode on my YouTube channel! Follow me: Instagram Facebook Twitter
31 minutes | Jun 5, 2020
OLED TVs, Zoom bombing, exploding microwaves and more super geekiness w/ Greg Dee
Finally, my pal Greg Dee joins the pod and we have the same type of conversation we have almost everyday during commercials on Good Morning Tampa Bay. We discuss just how important buying a new TV is, his new segment "Greg's Geek Fix", the best video conferencing apps, transportation gripes, and why old men run marathons. Watch the full episode on my YouTube channel! Find me on Instagram.com/jamestullytv Twitter.com/jamestullytv Facebook.com/jamestullytv
38 minutes | May 29, 2020
Being Powerful in Radio, Wild Guest Stories, and Everybody Wang Chung w/ Bruce Bond and Sean Daly
If you're feeling low, turn up the radio. This was a very fun half hour. At one point in Bruce Bond's career he was one of the most popular radio personalities in the country, and my colleague and good friend Sean Daly was along for the ride telling me that Bruce "raised" him. Years later, I'd do several guest spots on Bruce's show while I was an anchor in Harrisburg, PA. Sean stops by the studio and we pick Bruce's brain about his successes, favorite guests, and more. We all share a lot of laughs and probably too many compliments. Watch the video version of this episode on my YouTube Channel. Find me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
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