The pilot webisode of The Good Guys pits World Man against Merman in a battle of petty arguments and pranks. Who's the victor? The viewing audience.
Rihanna stops by MOD to chat with MuchMusic VJ Matte Babel about her new album "Good Girl Gone Bad" and about her musical response to a Jay-Z song. June 15, 2007. Check out the full interview on MuchAXS: *******axs.muchmusic****
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The Be Good Tanyas music video for the song "Human Thing" off of their album Hello Love.
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GOOD Magazine assets, video. In 2006, Al Jazeera launched an international, 24-hour English language news network, ten years after Al Jazeera Arabic began. It’s one of the most far-reaching, global news networks, after the BCC and CNN, and is the first international channel that doesn’t have its roots in the Western world. The U.S. government had loved Al Jazeera Arabic, but that quickly changed after the network began reporting on casualties from the American military campaign in Afghanistan and broadcasting Osama bin Laden’s releases. Al Jazeera English has an image problem to contend with, and no major American cable provider has picked up the channel. But the journalists at this new network see themselves as proving objective reports from, and for, a part of the world that has long been underserved by other news organizations. For more information, please visit *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
GOOD Magazine assets, video. The legend of North Korean leader Kim Jong IL is separated by myth and reality. According to N. Korean textbooks, Kim Jong IL was born in 1942 on Mount Paektu, sacred origin of the North Korean nation. The earth responded joyously, for a great leader has been bestowed upon them. According to Soviet records, Kim Jong IL was born in the USSR during World War II. It wasn’t until 1945 that Kim Jon IL returned to Korea at the age of 4. When Kim Jong IL became leader of North Korea, he decreed the myth of his Mount Paektu birth as official history. For more information, please visit *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
GOOD Magazine assets, video. “Say the word America in a crowded room and it’s controversial.” 12 is an experiment disguised as a school disguised as an ad agency. Art students are recruited to the program. They’re drawn together by their love for creativity. Their first project – come up with an ad campaign for GOOD Magazine around the concept “I Heart America.” They came up with “Love It or Fix It.” They acknowledge that America isn’t perfect, but they’re optimistic about its future by being proactive. Advertising has the potential to be used for good. Why not tap into that potential? For more, please log onto *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. In an age where messages can be transmitted from one continent to another in a matter of seconds, there’s no reason why people should still die from malnutrition. In 2000, 189 nations came together and vowed to free people from extreme poverty and preventable diseases. This vow became the 8 Millennium Goals. From these goals, a movement was born – making fighting extreme poverty a global priority. Find out more by going to *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
GOOD Magazine asset, video. Natalie Jeremijenko has opened the environmental health clinic at NYU. People come in with their environmental health concerns and leave with a prescription for action. The environmental health clinic is also mobile, and it floats. She took it out on NYC’s East river for the first time to hold her office hours. Why sit on the water, to talk about the water? When you physically see it and smell it, you have more direct evidence of the issues concerning the environment. Please visit *******www.goodmagaznie****/ for more information. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
GOOD Magazine asset, video. NY Children, a project headed by Danny Goldfield, entails photographing a child from each of the 194 countries on Earth, currently living in New York City. The project has been ongoing for two years. The first child was from the Dominican Republic, the youngest one from Ethiopia. It all started as a photo project, but Goldfield hopes this can be the foundation of the NY Children mission – to gather and nurture an inclusive community of children and create opportunities for them to meet, learn about each other, and form friendships. It’s about New York, about families, and about a community. To learn more, log onto *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
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GOOD Magazine asset, video. Detroit, MI is a city of contrast. Some of the richest areas in the country sit next to some of the poorest. Four artists gathered for what started out as an artistic endeavor, but turned into a social crusade. They set to paint abandoned, decrepit homes orange so the city can demolish them. They wanted to take dilapidated structures and make something beautiful and positive out of it, rather than have kids playing and hanging out in the rotting skeleton of homes. For more, please go to *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.
GOOD Magazine asset, video. Phillip Carter is a 31-year-old who’s served two tours of active duty: from 1997 to 2001, and 2005 to 2006. This is a portrait of life after the war. He focuses now on the human element of questions like whether or not the U.S. should go to war, or whether the U.S. should stay in Iraq. Coming home was an awkward experience for Carter. He found that people went on about their daily lives, as though they didn’t know their country was involved in a war, and they probably didn’t care. But Carter says he would do it all over again. He got a lot more out of the army than the army got out of him. For more portraits, go to *******www.goodmagazine****/ From Wiredset Digital Agency.
GOOD Magazine asset, video. On September 12, 2001, Sean Huze felt prompted to join the military because of the September 11 attacks. He deployed in 2003, and set up in Kuwait for the March 2003 invasion in which he’d taken part. Huze feels that even four years into the war, the general public is still unaffected by it. He’s glad he joined the military though, and coming home he’s founded a theatre company designed for veterans. For more, please visit *******www.goodmagazine****/. From Wiredset Digital Agency.