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Disgraced televangelist Jim Bakker is back at it again, and selling products on TV more gratuitously than ever. Every tv shopping stereotype from the earliest days is on display in this episode from the "Jim Bakker Show". Later Shawn looks back on how QVC probably ruined the credibility of the TSV over Black Friday weekend.…
 
Larry weighs in on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and the trial of Ahmaud Arbery's killers, right-wing vigilantism, and why he loves the Beatles. He's then joined by film editor Jabez Olssen ('Lord of the Rings,' 'King Kong') to talk about the making of the upcoming Beatles documentary, 'Get Back,' (25:49) and how the original 'Let It Be film and LP ca…
 
Over 50 years ago, the way you sold products on TV started to change, as the ad agencies started to get creative. Today we look back at some of these commercials and cringe at what we thought was a good idea at the time. The lesson being, be careful how you pitch products, because you don't want to look back 50 years from now and say "what was I th…
 
One of infomercial and tv shopping's top grossing salesmen, Steve Bryant, joins the show today to discuss how to create a successful product demonstration, why covid didn't cause hobby items like guitars to spike in sales on TV, the problem of the "limited universe of products" on TV shopping networks and so much more.…
 
Larry weighs in on the infrastructure bill, unnecessary racism in political commentary, and how Darwin influences our points of view. He's then joined by Bob Costas where they discuss Pete Rose (27:07), Bob's early broadcasting influences (31:21), and Baseball's waning popularity. After that they wax poetic on the importance of regional announcers …
 
The woman who helped launch QVC in 1986, Kathy Levine joins the show. Kathy shares fantastic stories about her initial audition, getting QVC up and running, her friendship with Joan Rivers, traveling the country for QVC, and so much more. Be ready to laugh and learn, at the same time.Bởi Shawn Wilsie
 
Take a stroll back to the 1950s when TV shows got ratings in the 60s, and the show sponsor could get what he wanted. There are many valuable lessons which one needs to know when selling on television today, that are learned in this episode. Plus, a very esoteric and highbrow look at a problem people had in the 1950s, and have today, and how the mar…
 
Larry weighs in on his birthday, the Dave Chappelle controversy, and cancel culture. He then joins David Copperfield in Las Vegas to discuss his book "History Of Magic" and his early days before becoming one of the worlds most successful magicians.(13:39) David tells some of the stories behind his greatest illusions, like the Statue of Liberty vani…
 
On this episode Manuela takes inside the business as she shares her advice for women wanting to start in the skincare industry, who she looks up to, where she thinks the industry is going, and then just when you think the interview is over, Shawn and Manuela continue on for another ten minutes talking about social media and a day in Manuela's life.…
 
Manuela Marcheggiani returns to continue the conversation, as Shawn and Manuela discuss how Isomers has survived as the longest running skincare line on ShopHQ, what makes a good show-host, balancing the legal fine line and selling on TV, plus how COVID changed the business.Bởi Shawn Wilsie
 
Today’s episode is taken from a live conversation between Larry Wilmore and representative Adam Schiff for ‘Live Talks Los Angeles.’ The two discuss Schiff’s new book ‘Midnight in Washington,’ being in the Capitol during the attacks in January, and much more. Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Adam Schiff Producer: Kaya McMullen Production Assistant: Jonat…
 
Long-running tv shopping guest Manuela Marcheggiani, co-founder and CEO of Isomers Skincare, joins the show to discuss how she started in the TV shopping industry, what caused the birth of Isomers laboratories, the advice she didn't follow, and so much more. This is part one of a multi part show.Bởi Shawn Wilsie
 
Marvin Segel is back (with improved audio) to chat about the USA Network series "America's Big Deal". Executive produced by famed TV shopping guest and inventor Joy Mangano, it's billed as America's first "shoppable competition series that invites entrepreneurs from across the country to sell their ready-made products on-air to home viewers". Did i…
 
Larry weighs in on Kyrie Irving refusing to get vaccinated (1:00) before he is joined by ‘Insecure’ star Jay Ellis and New York Times writer Walter Thompson-Hernández to talk about their new podcast with Lemonada Media, ‘Written Off,’ which features work from young writers who developed their voice while incarcerated (18:29). Plus, Ellis gives some…
 
Larry weighs in on NBA players and their stances on COVID-19 vaccinations (01:00). Later, Larry is joined by magician and author Joshua Jay to discuss his latest book, ‘How Magicians Think,’ and how many magicians get into magic for the same reasons but stay for different ones (14:00). Later, they talk about the ethics of a magician and diversity i…
 
Marvin Segel chats about the importance of a guest to the TV shopping experience, and what makes a good (or bad) guest. Shawn then has Marvin talk more about his personal involvement at QVC. Later in the episode, Shawn and Marv begin to discuss the "Y Networks", which could likely be where this industry is heading.…
 
Shawn continues with some conversation about the early days of QVC, and its buyout of the number one network at the time, CVN. The conversation continues around Marvins first time as a guest, and what it takes to be a good guest, which gets us into the start of our conversation about what Marvin is working on today, which could change the industry.…
 
Larry is joined by Washington Post journalist Craig Whitlock to talk about his new book ‘The Afghanistan Papers’ which details America’s long, un-winnable war in Afghanistan and how the public was deceived. Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Craig Whitlock Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Marvin Segel, founder of The Y Networks and son of QVC founder Joseph Segel joins the show to discuss his fathers upbringing, how he started the Franklin Mint, and eventually QVC. In part one, Shawn and Marvin discuss all that went into the planning for QVC, and how that first day went.Bởi Shawn Wilsie
 
Larry weighs in on pandemic fatigue, his issue with voter ID laws being called racist, and the Texas abortion ban (01:00). Later, Ken Burns joins Larry to discuss his latest documentary, ‘Muhammad Ali’ (25:00). They talk about the making of the documentary, Ali’s relationship with the Nation of Islam, and much more. Host: Larry Wilmore Guest: Ken B…
 
In the conclusion of the interview with Bob Circosta, Shawn asks him about the traits which make a good host and is it easier to be a host or a guest. There's a tribute to the man who started this whole industry, Lowell "Bud" Paxon. Bob talks about the worst items he's encountered and why they were honking horns at people. The chat ends with a disc…
 
"Home Shopping Club" is a very different beast than the HSN you know today, and Bob explains. It is; however, so successful we discuss the second network they start up. Competition notices this, and here comes CVN and QVC to compete. Plus Bob Circosta shares his experiences as part of the "Home Shopping Game" a television game show on the CBS stati…
 
Larry weighs in on the twentieth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and more to open the show (01:00). Later, he is joined by creator of the Me Too Movement Tarana Burke to discuss her new book ‘Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement,’ as well as the difference between self esteem and self worth, and much more (20:00). Ho…
 
The first person to ever sell on Home Shopping Club (later known as HSN) Bob Circosta joins the show today, for the beginning of a multi-part interview about his career and a look at the dawn of shop-on-television, which started on radio. Bob explains how it all began, strictly by accident, at a Florida radio station. We follow the progression of t…
 
QVC didn't invent talking to the viewer at home with a "soft sell", that concept goes back to the 1950s, as we examine today. We'll listen to one of the greatest salesman on TV and listen to his ability to use his voice in a variety of ways. After we check out a clip of an announcer recover brilliantly from everything going wrong, we fast forward t…
 
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