Friday Night LIVE From Awareness Life Expo August 12th

Friday Night LIVE From Awareness Life Expo

August 12th, 2016


Tonight we’ll be broadcasting from the Awareness Life Expo in front of a live studio audience…and our guests will include: Richard Dolan, Laurie MacDonald, Holly Cook, Len Kasten, Chad Meek, Bret Lueder and Ruben Uriarte.

Instead of live phone calls…we’ll be taking questions from the audience…using our T-Shirt cannon and taking advantage of the free host-bar…all live on the air.

Gabriella Coleman On Fade To Black August 1st

Gabriella Coleman On Fade To Black

August 1st 2016

Inside Anonymous I

Gabriella (Biella) Coleman holds the Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy at McGill University. Trained as an anthropologist, her scholarship explores the intersection of the cultures of hacking and politics, with a focus on the sociopolitical implications of the free software movement and the digital protest ensemble Anonymous.She has authored two books, Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking and Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous, which was named to Kirkus Reviews’Best Books of 2014 and was awarded the Diana Forsythe Prize by the American Anthropological Association. Her work has been featured in numerous scholarly journals and edited volumes. Committed to public ethnography, she routinely presents her work to diverse audiences, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses, and has written for popular media outlets, including the New York Times, Slate, Wired, MIT Technology Review, Huffington Post, and the Atlantic. She sits on the board of Equalitie, The Tor Project, and the Social Science Advisory Board of the National Center for Women and Information Technology.

Tonight we are going discuss every side of Anonymous…from the very beginning to today…from pizza delivery to helping shape the world.

Gregg Housh On Fade To Black August 2nd

Gregg Housh On Fade To Black

August 2nd 2016

Inside Anonymous II

Gregg Housh


Gregg Housh spent much of his teens and early 20s evading an FBI task force while helping to operate the Internet’s foremost software pirating rings and otherwise living the life of a criminal hacker. In 2000 the chase was finally over and he was arrested.The next seven years were spent in and out of court until he plead guilty to conspiracy to violate copyright laws in 2007. He was incarcerated in a federal penitentiary, including a 27 day stay in solitary. Upon release, he worked a series of computer-related jobs while continuing to participate in various online subcultures. Soon after his key role in Anonymous’s global protest campaign against the Church of Scientology was made public in 2008, Housh began serving as a media interpreter and interview subject for newspapers, websites, radio and television. He has appeared on countless news programs and been quoted in publications around the world; meanwhile, he has continued to work with Anonymous participants on various operations, offering advice and other forms of support as needed.

Today he serves as a consultant on the hit TV series: Mr. Robot and House of Cards. Tonight we will discuss why he went to prison, the hacker culture…how Anonymous was formed, what it is, who it is and how he is still involved today.

500th Broadcast Celebration On Fade To Black August 3rd

500th Broadcast Celebration On Fade To Black

August 3rd 2016

500th Broadcast Celebration

Fade To Black 500th Episode

Tonight, on this…the 500th broadcast of FADE to BLACK…we’ll take a look back at some of our favorite moments on the show…the funniest, most dramatic, crazy, mind-blowing and controversial…and visits from some of our favorite guests over the years who will be checking in throughout the show.With so much work that goes into doing a live three-hour talk show every night…the time flies by…and a 500th show is somewhat of a milestone and certainly something that we just didn’t see coming…but somehow we did it.

So, tonight it’s time to kick back, relax and enjoy the moment…because tomorrow it’s show 501 and we won’t do this again until we hit 1,000. Holy Crap.