TwpFcr247 Podcast

Podcast Station For #TwpFcr247 , #Fcr247 Radio , And #detv

September 6th, 2018    

15 Tips And Trick’s To Make School Mornings less stressful

During This Episode We Discouss How To Make Mornings Easier When Dealing With Multiple Children In The home .... 

We Discouss Tips Tricks And Ideas On how To Make The Mornings More Efficient 

  1. Choose Clothing the Night Before
    There's nothing worse than hearing the bus in the distance while your child is scrambling to find his sweatshirt. You should pick out every single item of clothing, from his shirt down to his socks, in advance. And make sure to check the weather forecast when doing so!
     
  2. Designate One Place for Clothes
    Once you prepare an outfit, you should put it in a designated place. That way, when morning hits, your child will know exactly where to go to find her clothes for the day.
     
  3. Keep Shoes Organized
    You can waste a lot of time in the mornings by trying to sort through mismatched and disorganized footwear. To avoid this, you should have a designated shoe bin for each of your kids in your mudroom or hallway closet. You can also have your kids keep their shoes with the clothing they will be wearing the next day, so that everything is all in one place.
     
  4. Make Sure That Your Kids Complete Their Homework Before They Go to Bed
    Don't fall for the "I'll do it in the morning" line. Mornings are hectic enough before you add schoolwork into the mix. No kid does quality work while trying to race out the door.
     
  5. Make Lunches the Night Before
    This is a no-brainer, but the more you can do the night before, the better. Make sandwiches, pour drinks, prep snacks and keep everything in the fridge or a designated spot so you, or your kids, can grab them easily and get out the door on time. Not sure what to make? Check out 7 Healthy School Lunch Ideas.
     
  6. Keep Backpacks Fully Stocked
    You can also prepare your kids' backpacks the night before. Make sure that homework, supplies and permissions slips are all safely tucked away. And place backpacks next to the door so your kids can grab them quickly on their way out!
     
  7. Organize Your Own Items
    You can be a good model for your kids by making sure that everything is in place on your end. To keep things running smoothly, you should organize all the items your family uses in the mornings in advance.
     
  8. Have Your Kids Shower at Night
    Bathing the night before can save your kids a lot of time in the morning.
     
  9. Set Alarms 15 Minutes Early
    Having a few extra minutes can ease stress levels for everyone.
     
  10. Invest in a Light Alarm
    Some kids have a really hard time waking up. It might help to get an alarm that uses light along with sound. These alarms mimic the sunrise, which helps ease kids awake.
     
  11. Ban TV in the Mornings
    Your kids will be able to get out the door faster if they are free from distractions.
     
  12. Set a Timer
    If your kids have a real issue staying on target, you should set a kitchen timer in the morning. This can give them an idea of how long they have to dress, eat and brush their teeth.
     
  13. Simplify Breakfast
    Busy school mornings are usually not the time to have an elaborate egg and bacon breakfast. Choose healthy and quick options that are packed with protein.
     
  14. Use Weekends to Plan
    Use the weekend to get caught up on laundry and stock up on your school lunch supplies. The weekend is also a good time to ask your kids if they have any upcoming projects. No one wants to hear that a kid needs a poster board 20 minutes before the bus arrives!
     
  15. Cross-Check Everything the Night Before
    It can't hurt to double-check that everything you and your kids will need in the morning is laid out properly, especially if your little ones took the initiative to prepare their outfits and supplies themselves. This way you can rest easy knowing that there won't be any big surprises in the morning.

This Show Is In Association WIth 

Random Radio

Royalty Radio 617 

Fcr247 

 

Learn More About Twizm Whyte Piece 

Fatcat_Radio_2_pmg_-_podcast.jpg

new_logo_.png

00:0000:00

August 27th, 2018    

Matthew Rix Interview Hosted By Twizm Whyte Piece

As an impressionable youth, Matthew Rix read the description of the word mogul to his mother from the dictionary while working on a school project. This word inspired him to continue to challenge himself and make his dreams his reality. His humble beginnings and journey through life represent the heart and soul of what true hard-work is. Rix was born into a family that dominated the entertainment industry. He was quickly taught that through hard work, determination and believing in his ability, he could help the future artists and leaders of the entertainment industry. Those who have had the chance to hear his story through his speaking engagements would say that he is humble, down to earth, and 100 percent brutally honest with his attendees.

 

The Mattrix Minute, a multi-platinum music business audio series is in its fourth season. His worldwide speaking engagements will have him speaking in 4 continents this year. The list of companies that he is partnering with to help change has continued to grow, and now with the reality show, The Mogul, slated for a 2019 Pilot, Rix shows no signs of slowing down.

 

On the Mattrix Minute: Matthew presents a daily dose of information that was originally created with the mindset of helping emerging artists in the music industry to create a road map for their careers. Within a few months there were over 3 million sales. It became obvious that the information provided in the Mattrix Minute was being utilized by people from all different avenues. Music industry, start up's, professional speakers and other industries were starting to tune into the series on a daily basis. As of 2018 the Mattrix Minute has served listeners in over 61 countries, with 12 million sales and streams.

 

On The Mogul, Matthew will lend his business expertise to struggling businesses in various industries across America while using his feisty approach to business and the people behind the company that resembles his unique style of doing business, with his People First - Profits Second approach.  Matthew will analyzes every business by the quality of people, whether they have a relevant product, and the best possible process for creating, delivering, and selling that product. Matthew’s approach of tough love will be displayed so they can use the experience to inevitably succeed in pursuing their dreams.

 

Matthew was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1981; As a young child, he was exposed to positive and prosperous business values by a family made up of entertainment professionals. His mogul spirit bloomed at age 14 while he was homeschooled by his parents, at that time he was hired to host an Alternative Rock show every Saturday night on the Way FM Radio Network in Nashville, Tennessee, he accepted the job in order to generate a name for himself in the music industry. He then dropped out of high school at the age of 16 to start his career at Benson/BMG/Jive Records as a Radio Promoter and Regional Promotions Coordinator. He went on to tour with such notable artists/tour as Jeremy Camp, Kutless, Linkin Park, OzzFest, Skillet, VAST and dozen more. His time served in A&R for Warner Brothers Records, Sony Music Group and various indie labels saw him work with notable artists as Bob Carlisle, MercyMe, MuteMath, P.O.D., R.Kelly, The Fray and the list continues. His work has been featured on networks and shows including ABC, BBC, CNN, Fox News Channel, Good Morning America, and hundreds of radio stations around the world.

 

It was a conversation with friend and former artist that Matthew had signed to a recording contract, John Clark, who advised him to get into the entertainment coaching industry. This conversation put him on the path to currently holding the title of America’s #1 entertainment coach for artists, entrepreneurs and industry leaders.

 

Matthew has been recognized for having “more impact on the emerging entertainment industry than any single individual or company in recent memory as an agent of change and insight.”

 

Learn More About Matthew Rix www.MatthewRix.com 

Learn More About Twizm Whyte Piece www.OfficialTwizmwhytePiece.com 

This Podcast Brought To You In Association With 

Random Radio Podcast Show

Royalty Radio 617 

Fcr247

Fatcat_Radio_2_pmg_-_podcast.jpg

new_logo_.png

00:0000:00

August 19th, 2018    

Anno Domini Interview Hosted By Twizm Whyte Piece

60 Minute Interview Of Anno Domini 

Ceo Of Anno Domini Beats 

Ceo Of Modern Producers

Creator Of The Inner Circle

Discover Everything That Is Associated With This Multi Talented Producer And Ceo 

 

This Interview Is hosted By Twizm Whyte Piece

In Association With 

Random Radio Podcast Show

Royalty Radio 617 

Fcr247 

 

* special #FCR247 Only Announcement During This Show On how You can Become Part Of The Very Secret And Selective group Known As the INNER CIRCLE 

00:0000:00

August 19th, 2018    

Mark Berry Interview Hosted By Twizm Whyte Piece

Mark S Berry Originally from Brooklyn, Mark began his music career at the Institute of Audio Research (IAR) in New York City in 1972. At the young age of 17, Mark was commuting into Manhattan at night, learning the inside ropes of making records and recording up and coming basement bands. After graduating from IAR, Mark was drawn to the Brit sound and was off to London, England, where he soon arrived on the doorsteps of AIR Studios, one of the world's most renowned recording facilities, owned by Sir George Martin. "I just flew over and started walking the streets of London looking for a job, stopping in every studio that I took off the back of my favorite albums," he remembers. Mark soon met Nigel Walker, who was working as an assistant to producer John Punter on an Alan Clarke (lead singer of The Hollies) solo project at AIR. "That ended up being my first job in the business, working with John Punter. Getting cigarettes and coffee for the guys and just watching and listening in the background, absorbing everything." Not only did Mark gain a considerable amount of expertise in engineering and mixing records but also invaluable experience in classic rock production and orchestral techniques working as an assistant under Sir George Martin. Sir George was responsible for producing arguably the most influential band in the history of rock 'n' roll, The Beatles. Working with George started out simply recording classical records in the different cathedrals around London for the chamber choir group The Kings Singers. He soon began setting up and assisting on various George Martin and Paul McCartney sessions.

Mark's experience led to his first major engineering assignment; Carly Simon's No Secrets album, which included the international smash, "You're So Vain", and would become his very first of many engineering and mixing credits. Hanging out with Mick Jagger for the background vocals on "You're So Vain" and then going over to Olympic studios for the mixing of the Rolling Stones live '72 tour tapes was certainly the highlight of his early years, and all before the age of 19. However, this was only the beginning for Mark. "I'd say the most amazing session had to be Live and Let Die. Performed by Paul McCartney and Wings, "They had a 63 piece orchestra in there and I felt like I had emptied every ashtray known to man before the end of that one." (In fact, Live and Let Die is one of the very few songs from the Bond films to be nominated for a Best Song Oscar.)

Mark also assisted and worked on several projects such as the groundbreaking Roll Over Beethoven for Electric Light Orchestra, Grand Hotel for Procal Harem, Climax Blues Band and Live - Smoke on the Water by Deep Purple. During his tenure at AIR studios, Mark worked under the tutelage of renowned British rock engineers/producers such as Bill Price (Sex Pistols), John Punter (Japan, Reflex, Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music), Steve Nye (Roxy Music), Alan Harris (T-Rex, Marc Bolan, Mott The Hoople), Geoff Emerick (The Beatles), Chris Thomas (Elton John, The Pretenders, Pink Floyd, INXS), Jeff Lynne (ELO, Tom Petty, Traveling Wilburys), Martin Birch (Iron Maiden, Deep Purple) and Tony Visconti (David Bowie) to name a few.

With some celebrated credits in hand, Mark returned to the states in the mid 70s. He began freelancing around New York at some of the top recording studios like Electric Lady, Record Plant and the Hit Factory. In 1977, Mark was approached with the position of Staff Engineer and in-house A&R/producer for Vanguard Records (Joan Baez, Buffy Saint-Marie, Country Joe & the Fish) where he worked for over nine years.

While at Vanguard Studios, Mark continued to engineer and mix projects for several of New York's top dance/pop producers and became heavily involved in the early 80s New York hip-hop movement working with artists and producers such as Soul Sonic Force ("Looking For The Perfect Beat"), Planet Patrol ("Play At Your Own Risk"), Awesome Foursome ("Funky Soul Makosa"), New Edition ("Candy Girl"), Jellybean, Arthur Baker, Freeze ("AEIOU"), Eddie O'Loughlin (Next Plateau Records), John Robie, C-Bank ("One More Shot"), Tommy Silverman (Tommy Boy Records), Importe 12 Records, Man Parrish (the groundbreaking "Hip Hop Be Bop") and many, many more.

During this time Mark felt the explosive pulse of New York City street rhythms and his A&R skills directed him to discovering and producing up and coming dance acts such as Alisha, who after enormous success with Vanguard Records went onto sign with multi-national labels RCA and MCA/Universal, respectively. International deals that Mark put together for her. Mark's hit productions for Alisha included the #1 dance singles "All Night Passion" and "Too Turned On" along with the international pop smash "Baby Talk," which went on to become a worldwide chart-topping hit, remaining on the Billboard pop charts for over four months. Alisha became the most successful Pop/Dance act on Vanguard, selling in excess of 2M albums and 12" records worldwide.

Mark moved into the area of 7" radio and 12" dance and rock mixing and re-mixing for major multi-platinum artists such as David Bowie, Duran Duran, Talk Talk, Cameo, Toto, Yes, Billy Idol, Boy George, Kool & The Gang, Stephanie Mills, Jimmy Barnes, Animotion, Joan Jett, to name a few. During this time, Mark's "ahead of the times" engineering and mixing skills contributed significantly to the international success of these acts.

Mark's New York entertainment attorney and longtime friend, Paul Schindler (Madonna, Joan Jett, Kiss, Rick Rubin, Russell Simmons, Def Jam Records) of Grubman, Indursky & Schindler at the time put a meeting together with Michael Gudinski. At that time Michael was president of Australia's largest independent record company, Mushroom Records. Mark went onto produce and mix multi-platinum records for some of Australia's biggest acts including; Kids In The Kitchen, Pseudo Echo, Jimmy Barnes, Indecent Obsession, Eurogliders, Machinations, The Chantoozies and many, many more.

In 1991, Mark moved further towards rock production and signed with Steve Scharf for producer management in NYC and relocated to Toronto. In that same year, Mark remixed multi-platinum hitmakers, Glass Tiger (EMI) and produced the hit album Get Off for platinum Canadian act Haywire (Attic Records).

Mark also discovered and produced I Mother Earth (EMI) and was the man behind their instant signing buzz that brought 11 international A&R people to Toronto in the fall of 1991 in a bid to sign the emerging band, all based upon a 5-song master that Mark produced at Metalworks Studios. The rest is history as IME went onto become one of the biggest alternative bands in Canadian rock history during the 90s. This rock production brought him to a chance meeting with Hugh Dillon, lead singer for Canadian rock outfit, The Headstones and Mark went onto produce two platinum albums, Picture of Health and Teeth & Tissue for the band through MCA/Universal. Burton Cummings, lead singer for the Guess Who then tapped Mark to produce and mix his live solo unplugged effort for Universal Music Canada, Up Close & Alone - another multi-platinum production.

Mega Canadian rock manager Pierre Paradis from Montreal tapped Mark to produce and engineer the critically acclaimed Outer Limits (MCA/Universal) for Voivod, recorded and mixed entirely in Los Angeles. This is arguably one of Mark's most compelling productions with the 17-minute opus "Jack Luminous".

The mid 90s saw the advent of the Internet. This got Mark to thinking that it was control of media content that would determine the future of the entertainment industry.

He was right.

With start up capital from a small publishing company controlled by Canadian media giant Alliance Atlantis, he went on to release, via Attack Media Group, some of the very records he was hired to produce, along with securing them insertions in some of the biggest TV shows and feature length films in the entertainment business. While creating quite a buzz with his new talent (that the majors were as usual ignoring), Mark was putting together international licensing and insertion deals for masters that he was involved with either as a producer, co-publisher or master owner.

Mark is presently at the helm of the Attack Media Group (AMG). AMG is a fully independent media company with an international mandate for promoting/marketing new and emerging artists and film/DVD content on the international scene. Literally starting in his bedroom 11 years ago, AMG's rock and urban record division has over 60 masters that are distributed in North America, South America, Europe and Asia.

AMG owns and controls the international audio, video and merchandising rights to 144 audio CD masters through its children's division, AMGKidz called The Ellery Mysteries featuring the goofy dog character Ellery and his sidekicks, guiding kids through educational mysteries they must solve. A DVD animation series is currently in development.

AMG controls the worldwide master rights to the very first Frank Sinatra single called "Our Love" recorded in 1939 at the age of 19. With broad ancillary rights associated with the master, AMG has a feature length MOW in development with one of Canada's most respected directors.

Attackin' Tunes, AMG's music publishing division is 50% owned by one of the world's largest independent music publishers, Cherry Lane Music Publishing, Inc. (Black Eyed Peas, Fergie, John Legend, Icon Productions [Mel Gibson], John Carpenter, Roger Corman, Elvis Presley catalog, John Denver catalog, NFL Films, NASCAR). Attack's music can be heard in major network and cable TV programs such as Dawson's Creek, America's Most Wanted, Roswell, MTV, ESPN, Fox along with the high profile features Coach Carter (MTV Films) with Samuel Jackson, Gang Tapes (Lions Gate) featuring Coolio, Harvard Man (Lions Gate) with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Poolhall Junkies (Gold Circle) featuring Christopher Walken and many more. Attackin Tunes does the theme music along with "bumpers" and "stingers" for Girlz TV, Bang TV, Teens Dating and Health & Beauty TV, internationally. They have done an extensive amount of music insertions in the extreme sports programming area for major cable and television networks, like ESPN. Attackin' Tune's client MDM can be heard in The Making of The Matrix Reloaded in the DVD and the accompanying TV special in the Freeway Chase Scene.

Mark is the executive producer of GTV (Graffiti Television) and controls a 10 volume DVD series on the worldwide phenomenon of Graffiti. AMG recently partnered with a major New York based film production studio to launch graffititelevision.com and airbrushtelevision.com to produce this very exciting international urban lifestyle web series coming in March 2010.

Mark's latest venture is AttackTrax.com, an interactive website for worldwide music supervisors and filmmakers. The entire Attackin' Tunes/Sabrina's Songs music publishing catalog (along with joining subscribers) is available on the internet and all insertions can be handled and licensed online like the very first Frank Sinatra single ever recorded or the very first Biohazard album. AttackTrax inserts hundreds of songs into feature length films, short films, documentaries, television/cable programs, extreme sports DVDs, exercise DVDs and many more that require music behind a client's visual content. Some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry come to AttackTrax including ESPN, MTV, Sony, Tri-Star, Disney, FOX, Warner Brothers, WB, Alliance Atlantis, plus many more.

A few weeks out of the year Mark hits the road with his Lecture & Workshop series to speak at some of the most prestigious universities and colleges talking about his position as producer/engineer/A&R scout combined with his role as chairman of a fledgling media company. A must for any up and comer in the music and film business filled with unbelievable stories of becoming an entrepreneur in the business, the pitfalls along with the massive successes. He has also spoken as a panelist and moderator at many of the world's most distinguished music conferences like NXNE (North by Northeast), CMW (Canadian Music Week), Music West, Millennium Music Conference & CHINA AV (Shanghai).

Since the fall of 1998, Mark has attended the University of Toronto, Innis College, undergraduate program and is specializing in Cinema Studies to further assist him in his move towards feature length film production.

 

Discover This Information And More Secret's Jokes And Event's During This Episode 

Mark Berry Information And Social Media Links Can be Found >>> AMG

This interview Was Hosted By Twizm Whyte Piece

In Association WIth 

Random Radio Podcast Show 

Royalty Radio 617 

Fcr247

 

Fatcat_Radio_2_pmg.jpg

new_logo_.png

00:0000:00

August 19th, 2018    

Mike Neely Interview Hosted By Twizm Whyte Piece

60 Minute Live Interview Of Mike Neely Mike Neely Facebook

Owner Of The Orange Magazine Orange Magazine Facebook

Owner Of The x10 Magazine X10 Magazine

Owner Of Aidem Media group Aidem Media Group

Previous Def Jam A&R  

 

Hosted By Twizm Whyte Piece     

In Associtation With 

Random Radio Podcast Show 

Royalty Radio 617 

Fcr247  

 

Fcr247

00:0000:00