In this episode, Anthony is joined by Bob Spitz, bestselling author and journalist. Together they discuss his recent book ‘Led Zeppelin: The Biography’ which reflects on the band’s artistic journey, and delves into the good, the bad and the ugly of being the most popular rock band of their generation. Bob then moves on to share the process behind writing his books, with a key goal to separate myth from fact, whilst bringing his expertise in the music business to each project.
Next, Sara Just, senior executive producer of PBS NewsHour Productions and a senior vice president at WETA talks with Anthony about having editorial independence at PBS and how this allows them to cover the stories that matter. Sara shares her predictions for what will shape the 2024 presidential agenda, from a news media perspective – touching on issues with misinformation and maintaining credibility and trust.
Finally, Todd M. Goldberg is co-founder and co-CEO of Crush Capital and Going Public–the only show where viewers can invest in companies as they watch. He joins Anthony to discuss how they are working to democratize private capital markets and make investing more accessible. Todd then reveals the behind-the-scenes plans for season two, and how the show has helped empower the featured companies so far.