Eldon Ham is a sports attorney and author. He’s looked at how our national pastime has been broadcasted over electronic media—radio and television. We discuss his book Broadcasting Baseball.
Chuck Martin is the CEO of The Mobile Future Institute is a U.S.–based think tank at the forefront of mobile research exploring how the mobile consumer is on the move, on location, and how the marketer will have to find where their customers are in this new digital landscape. We discuss his latest book The Third Screen.
Melissa Francis is co-anchor of CNBC’s The Call. She’s the former energy reporter for the network. Before that, she was a childhood actor. We discuss her life in the media and how she transitioned from child star to business reporter.
Marlo Thomas is a member of show business royalty—if there is such a thing. She is the daughter of Danny Thomas, famous comedian and pioneer of TV. She is also a TV pioneer in her own right. She is also a world-famous philanthropist. Her latest book, Growing Up Laughing: My Story and the Story of Funny, is her memoir that tells the role humor had in her life.
Gene Perret, Emmy Award winning comedy writer describes his life in comedy writing.