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Suzanne Nichols – The Stars Are Aligned

2012-06-01 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

Suzanne Nichols learned her love for the arts as a child in Oakland. Today she shares that passion with hundreds of kids every year.  This weekend she is putting on an event to bring the work of established artists like Shepard Fairey and John Lithgow to their fans to benefit art programs for children that [...]…

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Mitchell Silber – Petri Dish for Terrorists

2012-06-01 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

What are the major terrorist threats not yet on our radar? How are New York and other cities around the world adjusting to modern security threats?  Just ask Mitchell Silber. He sat down with The Generation co-editor Brad Rowe in UCLA’s Murphy Sculpture Garden to discuss his new book The Al Qaeda Factor, terrorist threats in the Western [...]…

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Ruth Beaglehole – Raising Children With Care

2012-01-13 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi
Length: 1s

Recently MIPtalk host Brad Rowe had the great pleasure to sit down with the founder of Echo Parenting & Education in LA. Ruth Beaglehole’s story begins in New Zealand; born to Academic parents, with one sister and two brothers. Ruth’s childhood was “complicated”, to use her own words. Her own struggle would become Ruth’s biggest [...]…

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Gina Bianchini – I Am Social, Hear Me Roar

2011-09-01 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

We’re back from our summer hiatus. This week’s guest is former Ning.com CEO Gina Bianchini. I met Gina with a group of friends down in Cabo San Lucas last year.  While enjoying good Mexican food, drink, and sunsets, we got to talking about what is important in the world and what is missing from the [...]…

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Rick Citron – No Really, There’s An App for That

2011-05-31 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

When technology entrepreneurs need a seasoned advisor the man they often turn to is our guest attorney Rick Citron. I recently met Rick at the iPad conference and wanted to speak with him about the ever evolving role of technology in our work and home lives. He’s a partner in the firm of Citron and [...]…

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Tiffany Shlain – What’s An Autoblogography? – Part 2

2011-05-27 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

Part 2 of our discussion with Tiffany Shlain, director of Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death and Technology. We discuss her new film, the lessons of her late father author/surgeon Leonard Shlain, her hopes for the role of technology in our lives and more. For additional reference, check out this interview that Tiffany gave at [...]…

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Tiffany Shlain – A Declaration of Interdependence – Part 1

2011-05-20 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

Tiffany Shlain, celebrated filmmaker and renowned founder of The Webby Awards, wants you to GET CONNECTED. And she has a fascinating story to tell. In her new film Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death and Technology, she rallies audiences to participate in a “Declaration of Interdependence”  that celebrates human connection throughout time and the role [...]…

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Ann-Eve Cunningham – Faces of Hope in Times of Despair

2011-01-15 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

You might not recognize the names: Christina-Taylor Green. “Dot” Morris. John Roll. Phyllis Schneck. Dorwan Stoddard. “Gabe” Zimmerman. But you probably know their story. On January 8, 2011, they were part of a group of roughly 30 people attending a constituent meeting called “Congress on Your Corner” being held by Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords at a [...]…

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John Prendergast – The Moment That Enough Is Enough

2010-11-21 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

John Prendergast is an author and human rights activist who has worked for peace in Africa for over 25 years. He is the co-founder of the Enough Project. During the Clinton administration, John was involved in a number of peace processes in Africa while he was Director of African Affairs at the National Security Council [...]…

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Jonas Elrod & Chloe Crespi – Time To Wake Up

2010-11-01 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

Jonas Elrod really does see dead people. Angels. Demons. Auras and ghosts. And he would very much like to know why. Jonas searches for answers in the powerful new documentary feature Wake Up.  Here’s a synopsis: Jonas Elrod was a 37-year-old filmmaker who enjoyed a successful career shooting commercials, music videos, and documentaries when one [...]…

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Ryan Murphy – Eat, Pray, Glee

2010-09-29
Length: 7m 12s

Ryan Murphy wants us to cheer for the underdog. After 8 years in the dark, strange world of Nip/Tuck he was ready for something optimistic ...…

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Thomas Kalil – Asteroids, Prizes & Trash Pickers

2010-09-26
Length: 15m 23s

Thomas Kalil is looking for a few good men (and women) to land on an asteroid. No, it's not a sequel to the movie Armageddon.nbsp; As ...…

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Goldie Hawn – The Hawn Foundation and MindUP

2010-09-25
Length: 15m 49s

Goldie Hawn believes that our kids need to have regular "brain breaks". As founder of the The Hawn Foundation Miss Hawn advocates that traditional education systems ...…

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Judy Stewart – Great Barrier Reef Foundation

2010-09-23
Length: 30m 9s

Judy Stewart walked into a room of financial gurus at Goldman Sachs and bent them to her will. Stewart has been the Chief Executive and Managing ...…

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Raymond Leon Roker – The Tastemaker

2010-09-20
Length: 40m 42s

Our friend Raymond Roker is competing for the title of "The Tastemaker" on a new online reality show. We caught up with Raymond in New York ...…

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Anita Perez Ferguson – Women Seen and Heard

2010-09-20
Length: 29m 17s

Dr. Anita Perez Ferguson is one of the featured delegates at the 2010 Center for Hispanic Leadership Summit. Dr. Ferguson is a professional speaker and an ...…

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Molebatsi Pooe-Shongwe – Me, My Breasts and I

0000-00-00 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

3 separate doctors told ‘Batsi Pooe-Shongwe the lump under her breast was benign.  Just before her 37th birthday a specialist confirmed it was malignant. She started the organization BreastSens in South Africa with the goal of ending the shame asso…

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Kimmie Weeks – Youth Action International

0000-00-00 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

Kimmie Weeks was 9 years old when the war in Liberia began. His most vivid memory was waking up in a pile of dead bodies. MIPtalk.com interviews Kimmie Weeks. Kimmie Weeks has worked to alleviate poverty and human suffering in Africa and around the world …

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Shai Reshef – University of the People

0000-00-00 :: Brad Rowe and Noam Dromi

Shai Reshef wants you to go to college – FOR FREE. As the Founder of University of the People (UoPeople)  Reshef decided to commit his fortune — made when he sold a for-profit educational-services firm to Kaplan in 2005 — to opening a t…

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