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Our monthly TETV Specials are a new platform where we will unapologetically shed light on important issues or showcase grand projects. Whether it's a hot topic in our industry or a behind-the-scenes look of an upcoming project, we'll dive deep in these once a month specials. 

Producer:

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Jamie Bartkowicz
@DearJamieMR

Past Episodes

All past episodes are available for on demand streaming via YouTube

TETV Special - Mental Health Action Day
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TETV Special - Mental Health Action Day

Microaggressions, pay gaps, double standards- these are everyday battles most women still face in our industry today. While we celebrate the achievements of women (past, present, and future) during the month of March, it is important to also recognize the work that still needs to be done. Don’t miss our March TETV Special: Fighting Sexism in the Industry. Host Jamie Bartkowicz will chat with some incredible women about working in Themed Entertainment and their personal experiences with sexism. With each of them having different backgrounds, this roundtable discussion will bring various perspectives to light as we discuss some hard topics and how our industry needs to address them. Join us for this very special episode airing Monday, March 1st at 4pm PST/ 7pm EST. Host: Jamie Bartkowicz https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-bartkowicz/ Guests: Cassie Lopez- Art Director, Laika https://www.linkedin.com/in/cassielopez13/ AJ Goehle- CEO & Partner, Luci Creative https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajgoehle/ Karan Russell- Project Manager and Co-Chair of DIversity & Inclusion committee https://www.linkedin.com/in/karan-joi-russell-59534072/ Kathy Dixon- Show Set Designer, American Scenic Design Inc. https://www.linkedin.com/in/katherinebarauna/ Produced By: Jamie Bartkowicz, Patrick Kling, and Andy Garfield -------------- Here at TETV, we strive to continuously bring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to our network and industry. We embrace intersectionality and welcome all persons, regardless of pronouns or color of skin to this discussion (and all discussions).