Dan Taberski

Filmmaker, podcaster, host of ‘Running from COPS’

Filmmaker, podcaster, host of ‘Running from COPS’

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Dan Taberski talked to    The Business    last year about his podcast, “Running from Cops” — about the long-running and money-minting reality show.   
  He and a team of six screeners…

Podcaster Dan Taberski on the cancelation of ‘Cops’

Dan Taberski talked to The Business last year about his podcast, “Running from Cops” — about the long-running and money-minting reality show.  He and a team of six screeners…

from The Business

Dan Taberski was a longtime fan of the Fox show, ‘Cops’--a series of such lasting appeal that it’s now in its 31st season, with more than 1,000 episodes in the can.

Podcaster Dan Taberski on ‘Running from COPS’

Dan Taberski was a longtime fan of the Fox show, ‘Cops’--a series of such lasting appeal that it’s now in its 31st season, with more than 1,000 episodes in the can.

from The Business

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