Diane Gordon

The Surf Report

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Diane Gordon is the creator of The Surf Report A freelance TV blogger, she's a contributor to Variety, Decider, Vulture, Mashable and Forbes.

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We're wrapping up four fabulous years of podcasting, but not before one final episode. The Spin-off crew reflects on the upfronts, Cannes vs Netflix, and the future of television.

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We're wrapping up four fabulous years of podcasting, but not before one final episode. The Spin-off crew reflects on the upfronts, Cannes vs Netflix, and the future of television.

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