Media Mayhem is a weekly show hosted by Allison Hope Weiner, a lawyer and journalist who’s covered Hollywood for more than fifteen years. The show gives the audience a chance to see what goes on behind the scenes in the media world. Through interviews with journalists, lawyers, writers and other people who work in the world of media, Allison reveals why certain stories are published, why others are never told and how the conflict between the advertising and editorial sections of a company often determines content. This show is an effort to give viewers the information they need so they can become more discerning and discriminating consumers of media content.
BYOD is hosted & produced by Ondi Timoner, director of “DIG!,” “JOIN US” and “WE LIVE IN PUBLIC,” and has the rare distinction of winning the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance twice. Each week the show explores a different documentary filmmaker or aspect of filmmaking, with special guests and a live Q&A– diving deep into creative process and the business realities of producing and distributing films. Ondi shares her insider views, opinions, and personal stories, welcoming audience participation. BYOD aims to entertain, inform, and elevate documentaries in general by bringing attention to films and film makers that deserve exposure.
CRIME TIME follows the major court trials in the media and provides in-depth analysis, information and insight that you won’t find on any other channel or network on TV or online.
In between courtroom trials we feature renowned guests on topics including Crime Scene Investigation, Forensic Psychiatry, Serial Killers and Criminal Law.
TLN is TheLipTV’s anchored news program bringing over 24 original, timely short form news pieces to the channel each week. Host Lisette Padilla brings a sense of substance and hard hitting analysis to even the most light hearted of issues.
Along with Co-Hosts Mark Sovel, Elliot Hill and Gabriel Mizrahi, TLN tackles the popularity of the world’s trending news items while digging deep into the stories being ignored. TLN is a source of smart, concise intelligent commentary and a perfect accompaniment to The Lip TV’s programing.
Buzzsaw is an ‘alternative views’ program, featuring insightful long-form interviews with guests on a weekly basis. Produced and hosted by Sean Stone, Buzzsaw styles itself as the real-life x-files, taking an unflinching look into the esoteric and hidden agendas behind world politics, popular culture and news events
The Deep End hosted by Walter Kirn is an uninhibited journey to the extremes of experience and thought – the ultimate intellectual trip. Imagine Einstein, Timothy Leary and the Marquis de Sade brainstorming late into the night. Challenging, seductive and boundary-breaking this is the place where today’s most daring thinkers and bravest cultural adventurers question what is and dream of what’s to come.
Walter Kirn is a novelist (Up In The Air, Thumbsucker, Trapped in The Meritocracy) critic, editor, and essayist. He is the National Correspondent for the New Republic and an editor at large for Byliner.Com. A former contributing editor at Time and Vanity Fair and the former literary editor of GQ, his work has appeared in numerous national magazines and newspapers, including the New Yorker, the New York Times, Esquire, Rolling Stone, and New York, where he was the chief book critic for many years. His book reviews have also appeared regularly on Slate.com and in The New york Times Sunday Book Review.
The Insiders is a weekly show hosted by Sebastian Twardosz, a film and television executive and adjunct professor at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. The show is geared towards emerging filmmakers, producers, writers, directors, technicians, and artists with a passion for the visual arts. Our goal is to demystify the behind-the-scenes world of Hollywood and spike your learning curve so you can pursue your own dreams. In other words, if you love movies, television, the web and gaming then this show is definitely for you.
The Zone provides an inside look at the world of sports with Jack Davis and Bobby Maylack.