TVSpy LostRemote AgencySpy PRNewser FishbowlNY FishbowlDC SocialTimes AllFacebook 10,000 Words GalleyCat UnBeige MediaJobsDaily

Posts Tagged ‘Roddy White’

Video: California Congressional Candidate Taps 'Rudy' for Promo Ad

Dan Adler is a Democratic candidate for Congress from California’s 36th district. His qualifications including knowing the film “Rudy” and appreciating its inspirational story of an unknown who made a name for himself. In this promo video Adler plays the role of “Rudy,” while Sean Astin, the actor who actually played the Notre Dame student turned college football player, fills the gritty, lecturing role of Charles S. Dutton.

(H/T to Hot Clicks)

Mediabistro Course

Podcasting

PodcastingStarting July 31, learn how to develop and create your own podcast in just a a matter of weeks! In this course you'll learn how to determine the goals of your podcast, pinpoint your concept, contact and book guests, distribute and market your podcast and more. Register now! 
 

'5 Things You Need to Know This Week': A Very Special Audience Giveaway

Here’s the second episode of what many consider to be the internet’s best list-based weekly news show, “5 Things You Need to Know This Week.”

This week’s episode includes a very special audience giveaway, gratuitous Gaga, and an update on the biggest loser in the history of “American Idol.”

Be sure to check back next Tuesday (and every Tuesday, forever) for the latest episode!

ESPN Targeting Female Demographic With espnW

ESPN plans on targeting the female demographic with a new-sub brand called espnW.

“It really is a specific and dedicated platform to women in the form of a website,” said Laura Gentile, vice president of espnW, who spoke to SportsNewser on Friday. “It will start off as a blog this fall and evolve into a full-fledged website next spring with a mobile site and a pretty large presence on Twitter and Facebook. It’s really digital, mobile and social at its core right out of the gate.”

espnW has been in the works for over two years now as ESPN has noticed that women athletes and fans are underserved. espnW will look to capitalize on that huge void. Read more