The Stuph File Program
Featuring Mitch Joel, author of Six Pixels of Separation: Everyone Is Connected. Connect Your Business to Everyone.; actor Rick Pasqualone from VG Mafia II; filmmaker Shirley Petchprapa
It’s been a year since this show started and one of the people who was inspirational in suggesting that this program find a life online was Mitch Joel, president of Twist Image, a digital marketing agency based in Montreal. He’s also an author, major blogger and podcaster. His book and podcast are entitled Six Pixels of Separation: Everyone Is Connected. Connect Your Business to Everyone.. He was the first guest on this show (#0001) so it’s only fitting that he be invited back on this anniversary.
Actor Rick Pasqualone is a very busy guy, although you might not know his face. But if you play video games, you certainly know his voice. He’s done countless games, his latest playing Vito Scaletta in Mafia II. Folks who want to get a glimpse of him can find him in the recurring role of Charles Michaelson on All My Children.
Filmmaker Shirley Petchprapa has a new short film called Roxy that is making the rounds at film festivals all over the world.
This week’s opening slate is presented by Global Montreal News Anchor Richard Dagenais. You can join Richard on The Evening News at 6pm on Global. Check your local listings for the cable channel. If you have Bell Satellite, you can find it at channel 234.
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