Jesse Ventura is Back! With a New Show on Ora.TV What happens when the mainstream media is owned by the corporations and isn't diligently investigating or reporting the news? Tune in online on January 27th, 2014 to find out. Jesse Ventura and Ora.TV are presenting Off The Grid - a Tuesday through Friday daily political news show available online.
If You Haven't Been Watching William Shatner's Wine Tasting Series, You Have To Start, Food and Wine William Shatner knows space. William Shatner knows travel deals. And William Shatner now knows wine. Or at least he likes talking about it. In his web series, Brown Bag Wine Tasting, on Ora TV, Shatner does blind wine tasting with everyone from LeVar Burton to Miss South Carolina to a professional clown. He then makes them describe their wine in words that mean something to them, not “the regular terms like vanilla and strawberry.”
Ora TV Looks to Expand Online Network, Los Angeles Business Journal Ora.TV is expanding far beyond the realm of news talk. The company’s Glendale production studio is churning out celebrity and infotainment programming as it tries to become a larger player in the online entertainment world.
William Shatner To Star In Streaming-Video Cooking Program On Ora TV, Variety The actor is set to host a new online-video series in which he holds conversations with chefs and explores the roots of their various culinary approaches.The series will be distributed via Ora.TV... the show’s first ten-episode cycle to go into production in late October 2014.
Haylie Duff Cooks Up A Storm in ‘Real Girl’s Kitchen’, New York Observer I had to check out this show – which at the time aired exclusively on Ora.tv – and spent the next several hours binge watching as Ms Duff recreated restaurant classics and modernized condiments. (Ever heard of dehydrated ketchup? It looks like fruit leather and prevents the burger from getting soggy. Genius.)
William Shatner Tells Esquire About New Wine Show, Esquire "I'm using wine as a way to explore the psyche of each of my guests," William Shatner, the legendary Star Trek captain, now the host of Ora.TV's Brown Bag Wine Tasting, tells me when I catch up with him about his latest television venture. "It's a jazz conversation using viral media as the means of sending the message."
Laugh Factory teams with Larry King's Ora TV for new material, Los Angeles Times The Laugh Factory has found an edgy new comic force to give it a leg up in the digital age -- Larry King. In an effort to reach a bigger online audience, the comedy club chain has partnered with Ora TV, the production house and digital video network behind the veteran broadcaster's talk show "Larry King Now."
William Shatner Wants You to Brown-Bag Your Wine, Yahoo Food Drinking wine wrapped in a brown paper bag is usually, er, frowned upon in mainstream American society. But there’s a time and a place for everything—like right now on William Shatner’s new web show, “Brown Bag Wine Tasting.”
Stop What You're Doing and Watch "Be Here Nowish", Complex he Internet can't get enough of Alexandra Roxo and Natalia Leite. The duo, who first started working together on a few Vice projects, namely Serrano Shoots Cuba and Every Woman, are back at it with Be Here Nowish, a raw web series about a couple of friends who leave New York's harsh concrete jungle in search of a spiritual awakening in Los Angeles. Not only has it gotten picked up by Ora TV for a 10-episode run, it's also been selected to be part of the Tribeca N.O.W. program, one that highlights fresh storytellers sharing their work to the online community.
Critic's Pick TV Picks: 'William Shatner's Brown Bag Wine', Los Angeles Times William Shatner, that octogenarian ball of energy, his incredible youthfulness only partly cosmetic, who has already hosted his own cable interview show, "William Shatner's Raw Nerve," hits the Web this week with "Brown Bag Wine Tasting," a new feature of the Ora network.
Watch William Shatner & Alton Brown Geek Out on Wine, Eater National The premiere episode of actor William Shatner's new show Brown Bag Wine Tasting (Ora TV) features Food Network host Alton Brown. The duo talk about family recipes, sparkling wine, and the many ways the word 'chef' can be used, all while Brown makes (some really good looking) biscuits.
Ora TV is Redefining the Traditional Television Model, Huffington Post LIVE Ora.TV CEO Jon Housman joins HuffPost Live to discuss how Ora TV is redefining the traditional television model, the changing media landscape, and to share his secrets for maintaining work-life balance while running a successful digital network. Originally aired on June 10, 2014
TV Picks: Larry King Now, Los Angeles Times "King is a great creature of television... he is doing good work right where he is."
EXCLUSIVE: Make Haylie Duff’s Fire-Roasted Banana Boats, People Magazine Haylie Duff has a lot to celebrate these days: The popularity of her first cookbook, her recent engagement and, now, a new national cooking show.
On The Real Girls Kitchen, which premieres on Ora.TV on April 9 and on Cooking Channel in June, Duff features easy dinner party dishes like homemade pizzas, real-life pals as sous chefs, and excursions to L.A. and N.Y.C hotspots for entertaining inspiration.
Jesse Ventura Goes 'Off The Grid' with Launch of Internet TV show, Icon Vs. Icon What happens when the mainstream media is owned by the corporations and isn’t diligently investigating or reporting the news? Tune in online on January 27th, 2014 to find out. Jesse Ventura and Ora.TV are presenting Off The Grid - a daily political news show available online.
Jesse Ventura Has a New TV Show -And a Holiday Message, MediaBistro The good folks at Ora.TV -the same people who brought you Larry King Now on RT -are rolling out a new show that will almost definitely save the nation’s soul. Off The Grid with Jesse Ventura, the former Minnesota governor and potential 2016er, is set to debut in January -and if this holiday promo is any indication, it’s going to be awesome.
Marilyn Manson Talks Art, Chaos + More With Larry King, AOL - Noisecreep It was the sit down of all sit downs between shock rocker Marilyn Manson and master interviewer Larry King on the latter's 'Larry King Now.' Each man wore his familiar uniform -- Manson smeared with blood-red lipstick, hiding his eyes behind aviator shades and cloaked in black attire topped by inky hair, while King was strapped into his suspenders and sporting black specs -- as they entered the familiar interview ring to go toe-to-toe.
Video: Marilyn Manson talks to Larry King, USA Today Larry King may have left his CNN gig, but he still seems to be having fun at the mic.
This week King chatted with Marilyn Manson on his Hulu series, Larry King Now, and it's pretty fantastic. Manson is funny, articulate and speaks from the heart, particularly when talking about his ailing mother. King doesn't judge the musician and asks him about everything from his influences to his first kiss.
At one point, King asks Manson to come up with a rock 'n' roll name for him. His reply: "Salvador Dali Parton."
I'm a longtime fan of Marilyn Manson, but even if you're not, this is worth a look. Surprisingly, the two find a lot of common ground: Both like Alice Cooper and grilled cheese sandwiches, for instance.