Journy @ Streaming Media West 2019

I had the opportunity to speak at Streaming Media West about Journy’s place in the streaming wars.

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Chasing the Sun: Asia – Now Streaming on Journy!

Proud to announce that CHASING THE SUN: ASIA is now streaming on Journy! We had a great team assembled for this project and I’m happy I got to executive produce this first Journy original.

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5 Subscription Services I Canceled This Year

It seems like every day we’re presented with a new subscription service that promises to make our lives easier and bring countless hours of entertainment to our droll, meaningless, lives. As an enthusiastic victim of capitalism, I’m always looking for new ways to waste my money and continue my enslavement to the almighty dollar, so my latest thing is I’ve been trying all kinds of subscription services but not all of these are worth it, here’s a recap of some of the subscription services I tried this year.

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Chasing the Sun – Series 2

I’m one of the Executive Producers of Chasing The Sun: Asia. Earlier this month, Ovation announced the first original Journy production, a second season of Chasing the Sun, which follows adventure-seeker, and filmmaker, Stephen Friedman (host and creator of successful Fox Networks TV travel show The Blueprint) as he captures the story of the places he visits through the people of each destination.

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Is a Gaia Subscription Worth it?

Gaia is a video streaming service that provides “conscious media” for a monthly subscription fee and boasts 8,000+ original and curated videos. Is enlightenment just $9.99 a month away? Here’s my review of Gaia’s video streaming service.

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Reflecting on 2018

This time of year is always hard on me because those New Year’s resolutions I so happily jotted down on January 1st, always come back to bite me in the ass. I could just ignore them, pretend I never made them in the first place (that’s what most people do, right?) but I get this nagging feeling which compels me to look, and I’m invariably disappointed. Not because I didn’t complete any of my goals, but because I didn’t complete ALL of them.

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