In The Mud

In The Mud

A Pink Hippo Production. We break down the production and creative that goes into advertising and marketing. Every week we talk to a new guest about their perspective on the industry, where it is going, and where it is today.... Show More

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September 21, 2020 27 min

Victoria Lynn Myers tells us about her upbringing and the struggles of the modeling world. 

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Find out how agencies are handling business during the lockdown with Chris Boyles of KPMG.

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Jack and Justin tell some horror stories in the production world, where there can be a lot of unlucky circumstances. Tune in to episode 13 and let us know your unluckiest situations. DM or comment @inthemudpodcast on Instagram. 

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On this week's episode of In the Mud, we discuss buying items online rather than in-person. What is the future of purchasing after the COVID-19 crisis? Jack and Justin answer more fan mail. 

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June 22, 2020 26 min

Some of our creative collaborators join us this week to talk about working with JuiceWrld last fall and capturing some of the last footage of him before his untimely passing.

Featuring Zach Cooper from Genius and Patrick Richter from PY Films/Pink Hippo

https://youtu.be/1Hh-MS7WEBE

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On this episode of In the Mud, Jack and Justin weigh in on the #BlackLivesMatter movement and why advertisers need to take a step back and listen to the rhetoric. Jack and Justin talk Quibi's $2 billion loss. 

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TJ Karam and Landon Smith join us in the mud talking about The Film Race and Home Edition and how you can compete in a film festival from home.

Please join us this week in supporting black-owned businesses by going to https://linktr.ee/blackpeopleeats and searching for your favorite food business here in Chicago. If you're unable to support those businesses, please consider donating at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ab_mn or...

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TikTok teens, van life, and the first episode of the Pink Hippo Game Show, Ad or Not. 

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Erica Duffy, owner of Camera Ambassador camera rental house in Chicago, joins us in the mud to talk about how they operate in quarantine. Jack and Justin answer more fan mail. 

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Listen in to this episode of In the Mud featuring Adam Stephenson. We discuss the life of a working actor and the best tips and tricks for casting on tape.

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Get to know your friendly neighborhood studio President with an in-depth discussion with Alex Pissios. Jack and Justin answer listener questions. 

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Heather breaks down what happens behind the scenes of E-commerce and where the money is really flowing. 

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Jonathan Becker joins us for Episode 3 to talk about shooting a U.S. Cellular commercial during quarantine and working on Flashing Lights with Kanye West.


Links to Videos Referenced:

Network Resiliency|U.S. Cellular

https://youtu.be/xoTXFNspn54


COVID-19 PSA

https://youtu.be/9OqbEvDKhm0


Kanye West|Flashing Lights (ft. Dwele)

https://youtu.be/ila-hAUXR5U

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Michael Kunde joins us in the mud and tells us how he got started in the business, what he's up to now, and his take on the still vs. motion debate. 

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April 10, 2020 17 min

Welcome to the mud! Get to know your hosts. Jack and Justin talk about Quibi, the new media platform specializing in short-form content. 

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