Celebs Dish on Sexism in Radio & Horror Film Life

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We had a lively conversation on What Women Want Talk Radio this week week with celebrity guests Melissa Carter and Bill Oberst Jr.  Melissa, a famed Atlanta radio personality, discussed the glass ceiling of the radio world.  Bill, dubbed indie horror’s sexiest man, discussed his vibrant acting career, including his upcoming stage offering, Ray Bradbury’s Pillar of Fire.

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Former TODAY Show Anchor Still Gets Nervous

Such a wonderful interview with Jane. We all need to sharpen our communication skills and Jane shows us the way.

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It’s typical…you’re going out to speak in front of a crowd or even make a toast at a family dinner and here come the hand shakes…the perspiration…maybe even a dry mouth, and as you draw your attention to it, it gets worse!

Well, former TODAY Show anchor Jane Hanson said she has experienced this, no matter how many times she has appeared in front of the masses and hearing her say this somehow makes me feel BETTER. Not because she has suffered through it also but because that I know that if she gets it, then all of us should know that it’s more common than we think. It’s how to deal with it and plow through it – perhaps even USE it! – to communicate your message the most effective way with your audience, whether you are on TV, in front of a live audience or simply putting yourself…

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San Antonio Film Festival honors Hollywood Glass Ceiling-Breaker Marcia Nasatir; Petitions Oscars Board of Governors

San Antonio Film Festival honors Hollywood Glass Ceiling-Breaker Marcia Nasatir; Petitions Oscars Board of Governors

 

Marcia Nasatir, Hollywood glass ceiling-breaker, was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 22nd Annual San Antonio Film Festival.

The 22nd Annual San Antonio Film Festival put women in film front and center this year.  The festival gave its Lifetime Achievement Award to Marcia Nasatir, San Antonio native.  Marcia achieved success as a producer and as the first woman to serve as vice-president of production at a major Hollywood studio, United Artists.

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