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Welcome to "Ms. Audrey's House", on TEVARadio.com. Ms. Audrey's House is produced and hosted by the one and only Ms. Audrey herself, live from Los Angeles, California. Each show features regular, ordinary people coming to visit, many of whom are quite extraordinary indeed! This groundbreaking show is filled with information, laughter, love, music and light! Everyday people will provide advice, resources and uplifting information, in addition to amazing discussions and inspirational events. W ...
 
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Change is not only constant, but accelerating. To be competitive, business needs to move at the speed of culture. Failure to do so risks irrelevance. So what’s a brand to do? Assume nothing. Ask questions. Innovate. Don’t rest on your laurels. Ok, sure … but how? Matt Britton, founder and CEO of Suzy, saw this need and created a solution. A modern …
 
“The most successful people are those who are mentally tough. They choose thoughts that biologically improve their quality of life. In this book, you will learn to achieve what you never imagined; and when things do go wrong, you will know how to deal with them simply and effectively.” – Dr. Jason Selk Our guest today is Dr. Jason Selk. Twenty year…
 
In early December, YPulse, the leading authority on GenZ and Millennial opinions and behaviors, released a trend report on the state of young consumers’ mental health. In this episode MaryLeigh Bliss, YPulse’s VP of content, discusses what their research shows and what it means for brands. Topics include: How the stress levels of Gen Z and young mi…
 
Generally speaking, people are more comfortable dealing with people that they feel an affinity for. In practical terms this means that people employ other people who look like them, have a similar education to them and share similar life experiences as them. It’s that unconscious feeling that many people are referring to – when they talk about an i…
 
My guest today is Michael Schein. In addition to many other things, Michael the founder and president of marketing agency MicroFame Media, and the author of The Hype Handbook: 12 Indispensable Success Secrets From the World’s Greatest Propagandists, Self-Promoters, Cult Leaders, Mischief Makers, and Boundary Breakers, which is coming out with McGra…
 
COVID-19 is in the headlines again. Infection rates are growing exponentially. Even with a vaccine on the horizon, it will be some time before everyone is vaccinated and life can return to usual. In addition to mask wearing and social distancing, the critical way to support the economy is through a program of comprehensive testing and robust contac…
 
One of the behavioral changes that happened as a result of COVID was the loss of the commute. People certainly complained about their commutes before COVID, but are they happy now that it’s gone? Does an absence from bumper-to-bumper traffic make our hearts grow fonder for the road (open or otherwise)? The answers to these questions might just surp…
 
People often like to think that art and music are things that are distinctly human, personal and ultimately, not predictable. We don’t like thinking that a machine knows us better than we know ourselves or that our own tastes are something that can be boiled down and predicted. FuturePulse is working to create a technology platform that does just t…
 
Today we’re speaking with Dr. Sourjo Mukherjee an Assistant Professor in the marketing department at Audencia Business School, France. He is a consumer researcher who specializes in behavioral issues in marketing. His current projects focus on understanding how brand activism shapes consumer-brand relationships, the effects of consumers’ morality a…
 
John Wanamaker (1838 – 1922) famously said, “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.” Josh Sternberg, a journalist covering media, tech and business is the editor of The Media Nut, a newsletter for all legs of the media industry stool: brands, publishers, agencies and ad tech. In this episode Josh an…
 
Winter holiday spending accounts for the largest share of consumer spending and last year was the first holiday season that retail sales hit (and surpassed) the trillion-dollar mark. Despite the increasing trend for consumers to use e-commerce, brick and mortar revenue comprised $869.4B of the 2019 season’s total revenue. What can we expect in 2020…
 
Today we’re speaking with Rick Lane a strategic advisor and the CEO of Iggy Ventures LLC. Rick has worn many hats in his career including coordinating the development and implementation of 21st Century Fox and News Corporation’s public policy activities and serving as an executive producer for Mary Mazzio’s documentary film “A Most Beautiful Thing”…
 
Today we’re speaking to Viktoria Degtar, Maya Draisin and Radhika Prakash. Viktoria is the Global Chief Revenue Officer at Time, Maya its SVP of progress marketing and Radhika the SVP of Brand and Strategy. Together these three impressive women form part of Time’s Sales and Marketing leadership team. For almost a century, Time has been one of the m…
 
As a result of the Coronavirus there are record numbers of people who have been furloughed or lost their jobs. It doesn’t feel fair. This wasn’t the way things were “meant” to be. It’s hard to get back up when you’ve been knocked back. The key to finding purchase – is working through it. As Winston Churchill said, “Continuous effort – not strength …
 
Young consumers are more activated than previous generations about the causes that they care about. They believe they aren’t being heard and that the world doesn’t reflect the values they believe in. They’re not going to wait their turn to have an impact and they expect the brands that want their dollars to support their vision. What matters to you…
 
Today we’re speaking to Daniel Glazer about scaling tech companies from across the Atlantic into the US. Wilson Sonsini is the leading provider of legal services to technology and life sciences clients. For nearly six decades, they have represented the technology pioneers associated with virtually every milestone innovation. Today, they are synonym…
 
Wil Shelton is the founder of Wil Power Integrated Marketing, a global marketing agency that leverages the unique culture of salons and barbershops to build a bridge between today’s brands and hard-to-reach multiracial consumers. Today we’re speaking to Wil Shelton about how he went from being a salon owner and hair stylist to the CEO of one of the…
 
As Founder and CEO of Green Buzz Agency, Tod Plotkin oversees the video content creation for iconic advertising campaigns and online branded documentaries, collaborating with a diverse array of brands to create cinematic video content. Going viral isn’t a strategy – it’s an outcome of the right video at the right cultural moment. That said, Tod’s a…
 
Lockdown. Quarantine. One day indistinguishable from the next. After spending so much time at home, how are young consumers feeling about the place they call home? What’s changed? What hasn’t? YPulse, the leading authority on GenZ and Millennial opinions and behaviors, has just released a new trend report on consumer attitudes about home sweet home…
 
If vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, then over the last few years media and entertainment has provided fertile ground for those brave enough to do what hasn’t already been done. Over the past 7 years, Daniel Cheetham has focused on innovation and built, from the ground up, a technology and innovation offering at Happy Finish. His team …
 
Josh Sternberg is a journalist covering media, tech and business. Most recently, he was the Media and Tech Editor at Adweek. He’s currently editor of The Media Nut, a newsletter for all legs of the media industry stool: brands, publishers, agencies and ad tech. Each day, he dives into one topic, offering a mix of reporting and analysis to provide a…
 
As a result of the Coronavirus there are record numbers of people who have been furloughed or lost their jobs. It’s led to a fair amount of reflection. If we are what we do, then who do we want to be? Is now the time to take a leap and pursue that dream? What does that feel like? How might things unfold? This is why today we’re speaking with Paul M…
 
Covid19, it has changed everything. After tracking exactly how its impacted young consumers daily lives, it’s time to look ahead at what comes next. How consumers are feeling about the future. What’s changed. What hasn’t. Today we’re speaking with MaryLeigh Bliss, VP of content at YPulse. MaryLeigh overseas all of YPulse’s syndicated products, whic…
 
Today we’re speaking with Ira Rosensweig one of the co-founders of Crew in a Box, a revolutionary television and commercial remote production solution that enables media companies execute high quality work … remotely.Topics include: The challenges of shooting with talent during COVID19 and what factors are driving the increase in production costs T…
 
Today we’re welcoming back digital strategist and Victory Medium Founder Zach Edwards. In this episode we discuss what the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) means for consumers, brands, apps and digital publishers. Some of the topics included in our conversation are: The consumer protections that CCPA puts into place; How a service provider (3…
 
Today we’re speaking with Inderjit Birdee, the Co-Founder and Head of Strategy at AI Music. Indi has been pivotal throughout the company’s early growth as they revolutionize the way music is both produced and consumed. AI Music’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology empowers the dynamism behind music. With applications across the music, media, a…
 
Today we’re speaking to Shoshana Zuboff, professor emerita at Harvard Business School. She has just released THE AGE OF SURVEILLANCE CAPITALISM: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power, a book sure to become an authoritative voice on the emerging economic logic that is shaping more than just our buying behaviors. Today she explain…
 
Today we’re speaking to David Kaplan, the Director of Industry Insights at Yext. He has an impressive career in media reporting, and today he reveals some of the biggest insights he’s learned along the way. We also break down emerging trends in the media landscape, talk about awareness and privacy online, take a deep dive into marketing and adverti…
 
Today we’re speaking with Charlie Melcher, CEO of Melcher Media and Founder and Director of Future of StoryTelling. Topics include: A look inside Melcher Media’s award-winning projects, such as S.: A Novel by J. J. Abrams and Doug Dorst. Why Charlie believes storytelling is the programming language of the human species. Sensual media: multi-sensori…
 
Today we’re speaking to Deb Josephs (Chief People Officer at IAC Applications) about everything it takes to build a community, drive innovation, and spark efficiency in any industry. She also takes us behind the scenes at IAC Applications, and breaks down her strategies for motivating teams and leading transformation within an organization. Topics …
 
Richard Laermer founded RLM PR in 1991. A former journalist, he is the author of five bestselling books including Trendspotting, Punk Marketing and Full Frontal PR. On today’s episode, Richard takes us into the next generation of PR and the intersection of traditional and unconventional public relations. Topics include: How and why Richard founded …
 
As the Founder and Director of Secret Cinema, Fabien Riggall has become one of the biggest forces in the world of immersive experiences. In today’s episode, Fabien takes us behind the scenes at Secret Cinema, reveals how he brings a “secret” production to life, and breaks down the mechanics behind immersive experiences. Topics include: How Secret C…
 
As the Co-Founder and Chief Executive of Movio, Will Palmer is harnessing the latest data technology to revolutionize the film and theater industry. Today he tells us how he does it. We also talk about removing demographic bias, seed comps, and traversing new and different audiences. Will also reveals his insights into the dynamic nature of audienc…
 
Today we’re speaking to Britta von Schoeler, Zeppa Kreager, and Jason Harris about their important roles in the Creative Alliance – a unifying force of 70 companies that harness engagement and public awareness to address some of the nation’s most pressing challenges. During the conversation, we unpack everything you need to know about the organizat…
 
As the Founder and President of the Point Road Group, Alyssa Gelbard helps people and companies market themselves and shape their brands to achieve their greatest career goals. Today she shows us how she does it. We also talk about how to cultivate a diverse network, and learn how Alyssa became an accidental entrepreneur. Topics include: The import…
 
Today we’re speaking to Bustle’s Executive Editor Jada Gomez-Lacayo about the pursuit of cultural authenticity and representation in the media industry. We also explore the realms of social media, as well as Bustle’s – and her own – approaches to mastering the gamut of platforms. We also talk about her interesting background in journalism, and delv…
 
Jim Wetherbee is the only American astronaut to have commanded five missions in space, the only person to have landed the Space Shuttle five times, and has flown on the Space Shuttle a total of six times. With 35 years of experience in high-hazard operational environments, today Jim consults with leaders and operators in dangerous endeavors with cr…
 
Netta Jenkins went from owning her own casting agency to becoming one of the most sought-after speakers on diversity. In today’s episode, Netta talks about her work as Head of Diversity and Inclusion at IAC Applications, shows us how to build and retain an inclusive workforce, navigates the waters of stereotypes and prejudice in the workplace, and …
 
Today we’re speaking with Hyperfocus author Chris Bailey about all things productivity and creativity. During our discussion, we dive into the ins and outs of focus and attention, and reveal the real ways to battle procrastination. Chris also talks about how his work has evolved over the years, and shares how the space between cars shapes his ideas…
 
As the CEO and Creative Director of London’s award-winning creative studio POWSTER, Ste Thompson built a movie platform responsible for show times and ticketing sites for thousands of movies across the entire world. He also develops interactive media that helps studios connect with audiences. In today’s episode, Ste takes us behind the scenes at PO…
 
Today we’re speaking to Ly Tran, Associate Partner and Chief Media Officer at Proof Advertising. During our conversation, Ly breaks down her best advertising practices, and looks back at some of the biggest trends and philosophies that have rocked the industry over the years. We also explore how branding fits into the ever-evolving world of social …
 
In today’s episode, digital strategist and Victory Medium Founder Zach Edwards is smashing the status quo by showing us how to disrupt the advertising industry, take down monopolies, and provide new ways for content producers to generate revenue. We also explore the new ETF market, reveal how to attract desirable customers, and talk about increasin…
 
Today we’re speaking with actor and educator Richard Lawson about the inner workings of his programs Where Art Can Occur (WACO) and Richard Lawson Studios. Both are community and youth oriented programs aimed at helping younger people find and realize their dreams. During our discussion, Richard also talks about the incredible work he and his wife,…
 
As the Co-Founder and CTO of District-1, William Aurnhammer creates immersive gaming adventures across downtown New York. In today’s episode, William takes us behind the scenes at District-1, and reveals what it takes to bring their augmented and mixed reality experiences to life. William also talks about his career in the tech industry, and shares…
 
Sergey Blyashov is the founder and CEO of MVPCAST – a youth sports app that can stream and share live sports events in real-time (and HD quality) with just a smartphone. Users can also post match recaps, create highlight reels, and gain instant access to game statistics. In today’s episode, Sergey tells us everything we need to know about MVPCAST’s…
 
In today’s episode, Cineplace and CinEvents founder Joe Evea explores how digital technology has transformed the film industry. During the conversation, he gives us the inside scoop on his media companies, and shares more about his background in media. We also delve into the role of data usage in the cinema business, talk about events his team has …
 
Today we’re speaking to George Washington University Professor and avid soccer fan Peter Loge about his new book Soccer Thinking for Management Success: Lessons for Organizations from the World’s Game. During our conversation, we examine how (and why) breaking down and harnessing the game’s mechanics is the secret to succeeding in business, politic…
 
While working full-time in a successful career in the film, media, and advertising industries, Jim Aleski also served as a volunteer firefighter. He then pivoted to a full-time position as a firefighter/EMT, as well as carrying over his media experience serving as the Communications Director for the Professional Firefighters Association of New Jers…
 
David Houle is a renowned futurist, thinker and keynote speaker. He spent more than 20 years in media and entertainment, in which he worked for NBC, CBS, and was a part of the senior executive team that launched MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1 and CNN Headline News. In addition, he co-authored This Spaceship Earth, a book that became the foundation for a glo…
 
After a dynamic and successful career in venture capitalism, Nataly Kogan’s path took a few unexpected turns that made her reconsider her values. Now as the CEO of Happier and the author of Happier Now, Nataly helps people and organizations cultivate their happiness skills to lead more meaningful and fulfilled lives and work cultures. In today’s ep…
 
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