Kathryn Sermak Is Interviewed by Lou Dennig – Ep 008

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Listen to Lou’s conversation with Kathryn Sermak.  Kathryn worked for King World Productions in Los Angeles and New York.  She helped Michael King, Ernie DeMassa, Paul Gilbert and many others including Rolonda Watts and her talk show.  Kathryn’s written a book about her experiences as the personal assistant to Bette Davis.  She was with the… Read More ›

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Mark Itkin (Co-Head Worldwide TV – WME) is Interviewed by Lou Dennig – Ep 007

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Listen to Lou’s conversation with Super Agent Mark Itkin.  Mark was Co-Worldwide head of programming for William Morris Endeavor where he packaged some of the biggest hits in syndication including PEOPLE’S COURT, AMERICAN GLADIATORS, talk shows with Ricky Lake and Vicki Lawrence, game shows with Merv Griffin and he was even Jerry Springer’s agent at… Read More ›

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Linda Ellman (Entertainment Tonight & Hard Copy) and Barry Berk (NBC Nightly News & Access Hollywood) are Interviewed by Lou Dennig – Ep 006

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Check out Lou’s conversation with two seasoned news producers, Linda Ellman and Barry Berk. They worked together at NBC Nightly News and Entertainment Tonight. Linda went on to Hard Copy, Speaking of Woman’s Health, The Rob Nelson talk show and Intimate Portraits for Lifetime. Barry helped start Access Hollywood then co-founded the successful events company… Read More ›

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Susan Winston, GMA Executive Producer, Content Expert and Psychotherapist is Interviewed by Lou Dennig – Ep 005

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Listen to Lou’s conversation with Executive Producer Susan Winston.  In her mid-20’s, Susan was put in charge of Good Morning America where, as a young Executive Producer, she turned that show into a ratings powerhouse and a cash machine just when ABC really needed the money.  Susan produced innovative Olympic coverage, worked with Woody Fraiser… Read More ›

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Bill Carroll, TV Expert and Broadcast Station Guru is Interviewed by Lou Dennig – Ep 004

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Listen to Lou’s conversation with the programming guru, hitmaker and television expert Bill Carroll. Bill helped Local TV Stations buy, stack and promote TV shows to increase audience delivery for local broadcasters. Bill advised stations from his perch at Katz media for about 30 years. He was pitched every show in syndication and his opinion… Read More ›

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Peter Brennan, prolific TV creator is Interviewed by Lou Dennig – Ep 003

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Listen to Lou’s conversation with the prolific producer Peter Brennan. He’s a newsman and storyteller. Peter created GOOD DAY NEW YORK and A CURRENT AFFAIR for Fox, Started JUDGE JUDY and followed that with JUDGE JOE BROWN, CHRISTINA’S COURT and LAST SHOT WITH JUDGE GUNN. He’s won Emmy’s, he’s broken stories and one of his… Read More ›

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Larry Lyttle, who put Judge Judy on TV is Interviewed by Lou Dennig – Ep 002

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Meet Larry Lyttle the man who put JUDGE JUDY on TV.  Larry was President of Big Ticket Television, the production company that created hit network sitcoms MOESHA and THE PARKERS, and in syndication produced JUDGE JOE BROWN and the mega hit court show, JUDGE JUDY.  I talked to Larry about the path of his career,… Read More ›

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Rolonda Watts the Talk Show Host, Novelist, Actor and Comedian is Interviewed by Lou Dennig – Ep 001

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Meet Talk Show Host Rolonda Watts. Rolonda was a reporter on INSIDE EDITION and hosted a national daytime talk show called ROLONDA. She is a novelist, actor, voice over artist and now a comedian. We’ve worked together for years – she was the announcer on shows I produced including JUDGE JOE BROWN. I met up… Read More ›

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Introduction to Games, Gab & Gossip with Host, Lou Dennig – Ep 000

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GAMES, GAB & GOSSIP: TV Before Social Media Sucked the Life Out of Broadcasting with Host, Lou Dennig. OPRAH, MONTEL, SALLY and PHIL plus ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT, HARD COPY, A CURRENT AFFAIR and don’t forget THE DATING GAME, ELIMADATE & PEOPLE’S COURT. Before social media sucked the life out of local broadcasters, these shows were how… Read More ›

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