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This podcast tackles filmmaking, cinema, and television. Our distinctive guests are people who have worked in the industry. Our host Perri Pierre is a filmmaker/Actor who has a Master of Fine Arts in Cinematic Media Production from Pepperdine University.
We're an entertainment talk show, discussing video games, movies, and sometimes TV and life, all in a fun & informative conversation.
I look for wonderful personalities, regardless of what creative background, skin color, gender, sexuality, disability, fame, etc. I just enjoy the idea of sharing a wonderful person to new eyes, regardless if it relates to film or gaming.
Join your host Ian Khan on this informative, insightful and relevant Podcast and stay ahead of the pack ! The Ian Khan show broadcasts every week. Ian Khan is a CNN featured Technology Futurist, 3 times TEDx Speaker, Director & Host of upcoming documentary Film"Blockchain City", Author of “7 Axioms of Value Creation”, and contribute to many publications including McGraw Hill and Forbes. One of the most widely quoted experts on Blockchain, Ian is on a mission to "Unlock Human Potential" by helping understand how technology can help us become more Efficient, Happy and Human.
The “story” format seems to be appearing everywhere now hint hint Instagram, Facebook Messenger & of course Snapchat.
What is it that makes the format work so well?
Connection — Most stories are filmed with the front facing camera creating a personal 1-on-1 feel between the creator and the viewer.
Vertical — First off I love the vertical angle for a number of reasons but it just feels right, in terms of stories it works wonders and changes the way the story is told resulting in this unique media.
Ordering — As stories are shown from the oldest to newest clip you get to watch moments unfold which is a big change from algorithmic/time based feeds like Twitter which chop up messages designed to be consumed in ascending order.
It seems like more and more people are creating stories with value — however the content itself is different for each creator, but which style is the most engaging?
The aim of this podcast is to find an answer to this question!