In episode one of OffScript, CreativeFuture CEO Ruth Vitale and RIAA CEO Mitch Glazier had the pleasure of speaking with the late two-time Grammy nominee and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Mary Wilson of “The Supremes” to discuss her incredible career as an artist & her advocacy for creatives’ rights. We truly miss her.
As producer of smash-hit franchises like The Expendables and The Hitman’s Bodyguard, filmmaker Jonathan Yunger knows the tremendous amount of effort and time it takes to bring a film to life. In Episode Two of OffScript, he joins Ruth and Mitch for a conversation with Congressman Ted Deutch – a longtime ally of the creative communities – about the value of art, the constant threat of piracy, and how we can all work together to protect our nation’s creatives.
Emilio Estefan brought the “Miami Sound” to the global stage. And on Capitol Hill, Representative Maria Salazar stands up for the people of South Florida and the many creatives who live there. In Episode Three of OffScript, they join Ruth and Mitch to talk arts and advocacy in the digital age.
In this episode, Ruth and Mitch are joined by Congresswoman Yvette Clarke And Grammy®-nominated producer DJ Cheapshot.
Richard Gladstein is a prolific producer, educator, and activist behind titles like Pulp Fiction, Finding Neverland, and The Cider House Rules. As Attorney General of the State of Colorado, Phil Weiser is standing up to Big Tech and protecting consumers from monopoly power. They both join Ruth and Mitch for this episode of OffScript.
Episode six of OffScript features two powerhouses in the entertainment world with Warner Music CEO Steve Cooper and music/film producer Jeff Pollack.