Oriana Schwindt is TV News Editor at Variety. She formerly covered television for the International Business Times.
In our final episode of 2016, The Spin-off crew reflects on the year that was in television, and discusses the decision of ABC, NBC and CBS to skip out on the executive panels in the…
Dec. 21, 2016from The Spin-off
Long gone are the days when Netflix was the only streaming game in town. Now, networks are increasingly starting to offer their own streaming subscription services.
Nov. 17, 2015from The Spin-off
There was a time when LAX wasn’t the unwieldy beast that it’s become. We hear about those days from 93-year-old Ethel Pattison, the airport’s oldest continuously working employee.
May. 15from Greater LA
Seventy sonnets written in the first two hundred days of Trump's presidency, American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin , by Terrance Hayes, flies out of the cages of…
May. 16from Bookworm
The rock band Fanny ruled the Sunset Strip in the 1970s, and they were supposed to be the next big thing. They explain the price women pay for being ahead of their time.
May. 16from Lost Notes
While ordering genetic tests directly from a company seeks to empower patients and puts them in control of their own health data, the test results that are returned are often confusing…
May. 12from Second Opinion
Meeting an ancient relative that’s no bigger than your thumb.
May. 8from Here Be Monsters
We look at record-breaking CO2 levels and unusually warm temperatures in the Arctic. Also, eating less meat and cheese can help lower harmful emissions.
May. 15from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The population of Texas is growing at an almost astonishing rate.
May. 10from KCRW Features
Lost Notes is a podcast that we love. It’s about music. We think you should subscribe.
May. 15from Here Be Monsters
Edward Goldman talks about dramatic and painful experiences that inspire artists to do their best work.
May. 7from Art Talk