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The company was co-founded by Chris Berend and Andrew Morse.
Berend started his career in media by working for six years as a director of content at ESPN. Through this experience, he gained the knowledge that lead him to become head of video for Bloomberg Media Group. Morse spent a total of 15 years at ABC.
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Great Big Story creates videos that go into categories and they have subcategories within them. Human Condition videos are primarily about people. These videos include a story about the man that runs the last manual scoreboard or the first actor with autism to be cast as the lead in a play. Defiant videos are about people who break expectations and societal norms that are put in for them.
These videos include stories about a bodybuilder with 1 arm and no legs or a Division 1 college football player that is completely blind. One of these videos is about how a high school project inspired the star American flag. The last section in Human Condition is Music to our Ears.
Music to our Ears covers stories about songs and musicians that may be surprising. One of these stories includes one about the missing people choir. This choir is full of families and individuals of missing children who come together as a choir, turning their grief into hope. These include videos about an artist that builds a human sized-birds nest or a rancher the builds sculptures from scrap metal. Life in Space with Leland Melvin is a section that is much different from the others. This subcategory is where Leland Melvin describes how to eat, sleep, and lie in outer space through animated videos.
The next subsection is the Wild World of Sports. The Wild World of Sports introduces the view to new adventurous spots that they have never heard of like unicycle football and varsity lumberjack. The last subcategory is Pushing Boundaries.
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This is a broad category that can be about an artist that creates instruments from wine glasses and a slackliner that walks between mountains. On the Brink captures videos of rare animals that are on the brink of extinction. The next subcategory is Into the Outdoors which captures the exploration of the outdoors. This captures all the parts such as exploring underwater caves or walking the Serengeti with the black rhino. The last section is the Aquatic World.
The Big Story is an American radio and television crime drama which dramatized the true stories of real-life newspaper reporters. The only continuing character was the narrator, Bob Sloane. With Lucky Strike cigarettes sponsoring the last two seasons, it was broadcast until March 23, Produced by Barnard J. Tom Victor and Harry Ingram directed the series.
Prockter was inspired to create the program after hearing about a man who was freed from a life sentence in jail by the work of two newspaper reporters in Chicago.
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Most of the stories in the show dealt with stories about closed cases. Each week the program recognized the reporter who wrote the story on which that episode was based and the newspaper in which the story appeared. Pall Mall, famous big cigarette, presents The Big Story , another in a thrilling series based on true experiences of newspaper reporters. Now, the authentic and exciting story of "The Case of the Ambitious Hobo.
The radio series was adapted for television where it debuted on NBC on September 16, The series continued to air on NBC until June 28, , after which it appeared in syndication until If you've looked elsewhere for the podcast and cannot find it, please let us know.
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