Network TV and Music Industry: Not Enough Women, Color or Gender?

Several stories targeting the upcoming fall season of network TV pop up. A story pops up about the state of the Music Industry.  Critics write that there are not enough women, color or gender in each media. KOP examines the claims made. 
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Plus, a radio business publication picks up the Data Face study that KOP spoke about months ago.  The article he cites is titled, “Does Radio ‘Lag Behind’ Streaming On New Music?” 

Also, KOP gives a partial review of the book he’s been reading from his previous guest Patrick Kilpatrick, the author of Dying for Living : Sins & Confessions of a Hollywood Villain & Libertine Patriot.

Also, KOP concludes his interview with University of Florida communications professor Andrew Selepak to talk about millennials and Gen Z media consumption, social media influencers, censorship and much more.

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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 films and TV shows largely as a villain — from Steven Spielberg’s MINORITY REPORT to James Cameron’s DARK ANGEL to 24 to PBS.

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He has had a fascinating career appearing against the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Caan, Tom Cruise, Jean Claude Van Damme, Bruce Willis, Steven Seagal, Naomi Watts, Pam Grier, Sean Connery, and Jessica Alba .

I spoke with Patrick about his new book titled: “Dying For Living: Sins & Confessions of a Hollywood Villain & Libertine Patriot”