154 - Original Episode 3 - Fairness & Cheryl Ward

In this episode... We jump back in time again to our original Episode 2. This is another pre-Covid episode. We were brand new to podcasting, and we were on the hunt for what it means and what it takes to be a “good” producer. We interview Cheryl Ward, a Content Production Consultant at BBS with a 20+year career in film and advertising production. SAG-AFTRA, The DGA, and IATSE issued the following statement Wednesday https://www.iatse.net/news/dga-iatse-and-sag-aftra-joint-statement-back-work-procedure-collaboration New data shows the coronavirus is less lethan than first thought: https://www.npr.org/2020/05/27/863422745/new-data-shows-the-coronavirus-is-less-lethal-than-first-thought

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Topics Covid-19, Fairness, Union White Paper, California Productions

Interview Guest Cheryl Ward Content Production Consultant at BBS https://www.linkedin.com/in/cheryl-ward-60570470/ Take Action www.producershappyhour.com/take-action Rob Bluemke - Sound Mixer/Engineer Show Editor www.robertbluemke.com Christopher Daniels - Creative Director Logo & Artwork Design www.misterstyles.com Kyle Puccia - Commercial/Theatrical Music Composer Intro/Outro Music www.kylepuccia.com Follow the Hosts Sister Christian Insta: @sisterchristianrocks Website: www.sisterchristianproduces.com Lawrence T. Lewis Insta: @lawrenceltl Producing: www.lawrencetlewis.com Voice Over: www.voiceoflawrence.com Share Your Story Email: producershappyhour@gmail.com

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