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Looney Tunes...Then And Now!

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Looney Tunes...Then And Now!

Postby ChanceRaz » Fri Jan 11, 2013 5:22 pm

Happy Friday, AN!

It's almost quitting time and the hour of TAG's Animation Union Party grows near. =D Hope to see you all there and on that cheerful note, we've got a brand new podcast for you from The Corner Booth: The Ultimate Animation Conversation!

Join Warner Bros. veteran, Larry Whitaker (Tiny Toons / Space Jam) as he discusses "Looney Tunes: Then & Now" with fellow animation colleagues, Chance Raspberry (that's ME - The Simpsons / Foster's Home), Luis Escobar (The Simpsons), and Geoff Schroeder (Fern Gully / The Rescuers Down Under).

Have A Listen:

If you like what you hear, drop by our website and subscribe to be informed about LIVE Corner Booth meet ups like this one. Thanks, ENJOY, and stay tooned for our next podcast: Marketing Yourself As An Independent Creator (Pt. 1) - created by demand!!!

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