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Mike Huckabee Visits Dynamix

Former Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee visits the studios of Dynamix Productions for a live broadcast of NPR's On Point. Read More...

The Grateful Dead Channel...from Dynamix

Radio host and Grateful Dad expert David Gans was recently in the studios of Dynamix Productions

On The Grateful Dead Channel, exclusively on SIRIUS, you'll hear music spanning the band's career with unreleased concert recordings, original shows hosted by band members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, Phil Lesh and Bill Kreutzmann, and even rare archival interviews with Jerry Garcia! The channel will also feature contributions from Grateful Dead expert David Gans and Dead archivist David Lemieux.

Monkees Documentary Nominated for Emmy

The Monkees Documentary (A&E Biography) has been nominated for an Emmy award in the category "Outstanding Nonfiction Series."

Barbara Hall, Producer
Gregory Hall, Executive Producer Peter Tarshis, Executive Producer for Biography
Darren Platt
, Video editing, Post Time Productions
Neil Kesterson, Audio post production, Dynamix Productions

Read more about the making of the documentary by clicking here.

The nominees include:

American Masters • PBS • American Masters is produced for PBS by Thirteen/WNET New York
Susan Lacy, Executive Producer
Prudence Glass, Series Producer
Julie Sacks, Supervising Producer
Jim Brown, Produced By
Michael Cohl, Produced By
William Eigen, Produced By

Biography • Biography Channel • Produced by Corridor Group Productions Inc. for Bio
Gregory Hall, Executive Producer
Peter Tarshis, Executive Producer for Biography
Barbara Hall, Producer

Deadliest Catch • Discovery Channel • Original Productions, Inc. in association with Discovery Channel
Thom Beers, Executive Producer
Paul Gasek, Executive Producer
Jeff Conroy, Co-Executive Producer
Tracy Rudolph, Co-Executive Producer
Matt Renner, Series Producer
Lisa Tanzer, Supervising Producer
Ethan Prochnik, Senior Producer

Inside The Actors Studio • Bravo • A co-production of The Actors Studio, Bravo, In The Moment Productions
James Lipton, Executive Producer
Frances Berwick, Executive Producer
Christian Barcellos, Executive Producer
Sabrina Fodor, Produced By
Jeff Wurtz, Produced By

This American Life • Showtime • Showtime Presents in association with Chicago Public Radio, Killer Films, Inc., Left/Right, Inc.
The Producing Team


Book On Tape Receives Another National Award

River Birch Publishing is pleased to announce that the book, Becoming What You Want to See in the World, by Lexington author, Mary Claire O’Neal, was a winner in ForeWord Magazine’s 10th annual Book of the Year Awards. Read More...

Nick Nolte:No Exit makes debut at Cannes

Nick Nolte locked in a room with Nick Nolte. That's the basic idea of Director Tom Thurman's latest documentary. Read More...

Local Film Premieres to SRO Audience

The Georgetown College-produced film "Surviving Guthrie" premiered at the Kentucky Theatre in downtown Lexington to a standing-room-only sell-out crowd on March 27, 2008. Read More...

Book on Tape Receives More National Honors

Audio Book by author, Mary Claire O’Neal, receives more national honors. Read More...

Business Lexington Podcasts

Dynamix Productions and Smiley Pete Publishing have been teaming up for two years to provide readers of Business Lexington with podcasts. Read More...

"Bourbon in Kentucky: A History Distilled" Premieres

In "Bourbon in Kentucky: A History Distilled," historian Kent Masterson Brown takes us back to the origins of bourbon distilling in Kentucky. Who first distilled what we call "Bourbon?" Why is it made mostly from corn? Why is it aged in charred oak barrels? What is "proof"? Moreover, why is this whiskey called "Bourbon?" All these questions - and more - are answered. that the story of Kentucky Bourbon is, indeed, fundamental to the history of Kentucky.

This documentary is a look at the origins and growth of the bourbon business in Kentucky. Visits to several distilleries explore how and why bourbon was first distilled, how it is manufactured, and why it became so identified with Kentucky. Written and produced by historian Kent Masterson Brown, Bourbon first aired on Kentucky Educational Television (KET) in July 2008. Click here to view the schedule for upcoming episodes.

Bourbon in Kentucky: A History Distilled

David Lord,
Executive Producer for Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau
Kent Masterson Brown, writer/producer/host
David Cottingham, video editing, Post Time Productions
Neil Kesterson, audio post production, Dynamix Productions

Lexington Forum Begins Podcast with Dynamix

The Lexington Forum and Dynamix Productions have teamed up to bring podcasts of each monthly meeting to everyone interested in the forum. Read More...

Lincoln Bicentennial PSAs

In 2008, Kentucky celebrates the 200th birthday of one of our sons, Abraham Lincoln. Kentucky's Office of Creative Services recently hired Dynamix Productions to produce radio spots encouraging Kentuckians to explore the rich history surrounding Lincoln. Jon Vaden of Creative Services produced the spots, and Laurie Preston narrated them.

Listen to a sample here