WGA-ATA Deal Deadline Approaches; Patrick Kilpatrick on “Dying for Living”

Time Running Out For New WGA-ATA Deal as the expiration of their franchise agreement approaches.  Plus, iHeartMedia Prepares for Possible I.P.O. even while bankrupt, and Netflix fuels the pipeline for more content and now fuels the race for studio space. Plus, KOP interviews Patrick Kilpatrick, a veteran actor who has appeared in over 170 hit … Continue reading WGA-ATA Deal Deadline Approaches; Patrick Kilpatrick on “Dying for Living”

Corporate Radio Rolls Out of Bankruptcy and Rolls Into Podcasting

Corporate Radio Rolls Out of Bankruptcy and Rolls Into Podcasting as KOP discusses the evolution of the radio industry in a 2-part interview with Perry Michael Simon, the VP and News-Talk-Sports Editor at AllAccess.com and host of The Evening Bulletin podcast. We cover the bankruptcy fallout of the top 2 radio companies in the US, … Continue reading Corporate Radio Rolls Out of Bankruptcy and Rolls Into Podcasting

#Gillette Grills Guys Masculinity, #Netflix Growth Neutralizes Spend Into Debt

#Gillette Grills Guys Masculinity and KOP takes a rare look into a controversial commercial looking to make a message without any focus on the actual product. Plus, Netflix Growth Neutralizes Spend Into Debt. So, what does this mean about the cable and network mainstays? Support the Broadcasters Podcast by: Sending a PayPal donation by going … Continue reading #Gillette Grills Guys Masculinity, #Netflix Growth Neutralizes Spend Into Debt

Netflix and Spotify: Streaming Media Striving for Success or Surviving in Debt

Netflix and Spotify: Streaming Media Striving for Success or Surviving in Debt as KOP goes through where these two companies look to serve content creators while taking a big financial hit. Plus, the FCC looks to revisit rules on regulation and ownership. KOP make his argument on what they should do for the good of … Continue reading Netflix and Spotify: Streaming Media Striving for Success or Surviving in Debt