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TVInews - 107 Awards and Payola."The difference between awards, bribes and payola is," said Al Preiss, co-founder of TVI Magazine, "if you give the bonus or gift before you are known, -- it's payola." Photo Image665
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1. Feature Story / In 1984, Al Preiss, co-founder of TVI Magazine, told Troy Cory in France, at the Festival International du Video-Clip De Saint-Tropez, that; "the difference between awards, bribery and payola is -- how well known and established the person is."
"If you give or take a cash payment -- or receive a 'crate of oranges' from an individual -- before you become popular, -- it could be considered payola. But if the monumental award is given, for a righteous deed, or for a magical moment, and the award will draw attention to perpetuate the memory of the deed," continued Preiss, "taking the award would be considered an honor to acccept. I guess that's the reason I've never been honored for my writing ability and for owning the first international television magazine in the industry, -- because I've always been taking money for ads."
The Troy Cory Show - R&B Plus was entered at the St. Tropez Festival for best music video-clip "long form", featuring, Sam Butera, George Duke and Kenny G. Photos and MORE ABOUT AL PREISS MEMORIAM - 1987.
Publishing houses, magazines, recording labels and movie studios serve a purpose: helping artists and performers find their public, and their public to find them. In other words, the marketing and distribution of their goods, products or services. The artists and performers, in exchange for tailoring their material to the suggestions, or dictates of the middlemen, (the film or record producer, PR firm, the manufacturer, etc.), -- get marketed.
"The lobbying of his movie really paid off last month,", reported the star's agent, requesting that his name be witheld from this report. Those in the recording and movie environment who scorn such tailoring must find alternatives -- "indie" labels and distributors -- parlaying dollars, using cash and trade outs -- for pay for play as a way to reach the charts. Some eventually reach an audience by using this 'bribery, or if you will, -- 'payola' system of advertising route, some don't."
Do the best always win, and reach the heights needed to receive a Nobel Prize? Who knows? Do the pickers always pick right? Of course not. But sometimes, with a little bit of money used for PR and advertising to help plug one's talent helps. As Ted Turner once stated, "early to bed, and early to rise, work like hell and advertise." Payola most often than not will introduce creative talents to an audience that wouldn't find them otherwise.
The final test of Al's hypothesis that your economic model of winning will, most often than not, end up evolving into one that must resemble the traditional, or "mainstream" media, -- complete with brand names and standardized formats, like the ones selling on the shelf . Thus the reason one -- pays to play -- it's standard practice to create the magical formula taught by others. Just don't get caught."
Part 02 -- The Theory of Creating Magical Formulas, concepts,
after the original introduction of an invention.
The more you learn about people, the more reasons you may find not wanting to buy their product, if they even have one with content.
For instance, the biggest problem with "Marconi" was not because he was using Samuel Morse's dit dah's Codes, and utilizing Nathan B. Stubblefield's, wireless voice technology, as well as the other Smart-daaf boys' innovations, -- it was his politics. The more we learn about Marconi and his feats, the less we like him, and correspondingly, the less those he left behind, care about his Dit dah radio inventions. FOR MORE TVI NBS100 TELEGRAPH STORY - 1987.
Marconi (1874-1937) was truly a ground breaking inventor; one of the first telecommunication winners of the 1909 Nobel Prize for physics, (Karl Ferdinand Braun of Germany, shared the prize), in recognition for their contribution to the development of wireless telegraphy, a feat that few have equaled. Because he knew so many important cultural figures -- he was a close friend of both Mussolini and the Nazi leaders -- his life offers a chance to tell a much grander saga of the times. MORE ABOUT Awards and Payola.
Particularly when writing about radio, publishings achieve that larger vision. But Marconi was also a deeply troubled man, as the numerous tales of his 1927 infidelities while married to Beatrice and Countess Bezzi-Scali. Marconi's first marriage to Beatrice O'Brian, daughter of the 14th Baron Inchiquin of Ireland, was annulled after 18 years, the same year he married Countess Bezzi-Scali. History attests to the fact that Marconi joined Benito Mussolini's Fascist Party in Italy, in 1923, and the dictator made him president of the Accademia d'Italia.
He had many fractious relationships and was absent from his post-war duties to his company. MORE ABOUT Awards and Payola.

In the latest, hottest Big Science tome, since Einstein's Theory of Relativity and his catch all mathematical formula for Energy E=mc2 -- "is string theory talk". Before string talking, it was nanotechnology, both of which were sort of explained by the voice of Albert Einstein at the beginning of this voice enhanced Web page. Click here to hear Einstein's Voice once again -- explaining his mathematically concept of what Energy does, when out of nowhere it becomes part of a mass by the click of a finger.

03. Albert Einstein - another winner!
IN MANY WAYS, Einstein's theory, easier to understand than string theorists explaining the extension of the universe, is just one more step in a historical chain of cosmic expansions. But neither has CONTENT.
Did you hear Einstein's Voice explaining his theory on Energy? The explanation of his 1905 theory was broadcast over the NBS100 radio frequencies in the 1920s.
In the 17th century, the Newtonian revolution expanded our vision by positioning that the point-like stars were other material suns with their own planetary systems.
A century later, Immanuel Kant suggested that the hazy astronomical blobs known as "nebulae" were each separate galaxies, a notion of immensity so staggering it beggared belief at the time. From one material planet to many; from one star to many; from one galaxy to many; and now, according to string theory, our vision must expand from one space-time to many. FOR MORE STORY GO TO EINSTEIN IN SOULFIND

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