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writer/producer, graphics artist, cartoonist
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Good Evening: Télé Liban's 100 History-Making Moments
Director of Media Unlimited in Lebanon
Series were a staple of Lebanese TV, which aired its first programs in 1959, and became a money making export to Arab countries.
Everything You Know Is A Lie, And This Celebrity Impersonator Is Too
29 Perfect Celebrity Impressions In One Song
'We Made A Lot Of People Angry By Exposing What Goes On'
Meet the Fordham Flipper
Emmy Award winning correspondent, News 4 New York
The baseball player behind that amazing catapult over the catcher is actually a shy business major at Fordham University. Who knew his acrobatic maneuver would be captured on video and circulated through cyberspace everywhere?
Can Dolphins Commit Suicide?
Emmy Award-winning TV producer
Richard O'Barry gets misty eyed when he talks about Cathy. His beautiful girl died in his arms. Suicide he says. Cathy was a bottlenose dolphin, one of five he trained for the 60′s television hit
Ric O'Barry: The Performance of a Lifetime
Social entrepreneur, humanitarian, endangered animal and rescu...
It was a weekend of celebration for Ric O'Barry and his lifelong movement to save dolphins. With an Oscar for
, the Japanese government has to take note, and change is on its way.
Shark is the New Dolphin
President, Blue Frontier; Author, "The Golden Shore"
While I believe in a global moratorium on commercial shark fishing, I'm opposed to anthropomorphizing sharks as sleek but harmless swimming buddies.
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Interview with Ric O'Barry from
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"The dolphin hunters are playing games with us saying they're not killing dolphins anymore -- they're killing the pilot whale," O'Barry said. "Well, the pilot whale is in fact a large dolphin."
Celebrating Dolphins (PHOTOS)
The Cove: Why Is the Japanese Government Hell-Bent on Killing Dolphins?
Environmental journalist and author of Unlatched: The Evolutio...
Filmmakers can't really figure out why Japanese fishermen and the Japanese government are still hell-bent on killing dolphins.
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Flipper Agonists: Louie Psihoyos on
In Taiji, Japan, dolphins are herded into an isolated cove. The best get sold to sea parks and aquariums, the rest are killed for their meat.
exposes the atrocity to the world.
Vandals On The Side of The Angels: How Far Is Too Far?
Artist, Writer, Adventurer
I am not a fan of whaling and have long supported the ban, but what Sea Shepherd and its friends have been doing, has been mostly ineffective and somewhat counterproductive.
Author and film critic, hollywoodandfine.com
were a fiction film, it would be derided as far-fetched. The fact that it's nonfiction doesn't make it any easier to believe because the facts are so disturbing.
Steve Jobs Gets Liver Transplant, Heading Back to Work: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer June 22, 2009
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