Sport An adult entertainment company has hired broadcasters, including Sean Wheelock, to describe camming sessions for the visually impaired
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Back in April, adult entertainment site ImLive made headlines by. Buck turned that offer down, as you’d expect, but ImLive has pressed forward with their plans to have sports announcers announce camming sessions for the visually impaired anyway. And they’ve now found some takers, including Sean Wheelock, . A rendering of the new ImLive4TheBlind site can be seen above; here’s more from ImLive’s release on what exactly is going on here:
ImLive.com, offering the largest variety of adult webcam experiences, announced today the launch of ImLive4TheBlind, a website dedicated to providing the visually impaired the live camming experience that millions around the world currently enjoy. The live sessions will be commentated on by a sports broadcaster giving the play-by-play on what’s going down so that the user can properly visualize what’s happening on the screen in front of them.
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Sessions made the comments to the New York Times in a story that explored his departure as Attorney General under President Trump and subsequent bid to regain his former Senate seat. In it, he defended the emphasis his Justice Department put on supporting the police, drawing a contrast to former President Obama’s administration, which made efforts to reform police departments under Attorneys General Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch. “The police had been demoralized. There was all the Obama — there’s a riot, and he has a beer at the White House with some criminal, to listen to him.
…Providing the narration to the cam session will be professional sports broadcasters who have been left jobless in the wake of the suspension of sports due to COVID-19. ImLive originally offered legendary commentator Joe Buck the opportunity to lend his voice to aid the potentially millions of visually impaired Americans who could benefit, but, while flattered, he respectfully declined. Inspired by the idea of others like Buck that were without a job, the company opened up to submissions from other commentators willing to work.
“I’m a broadcaster, my skills include being able to describe the action, whether it be on the field or in the bedroom, accurately and intimately enough so that viewers do not need to be able to see a screen to know what is going on,” said Sean Wheelock, one of the commentators for ImLive and a veteran of MMA and soccer broadcasts for Bellator and CONCACAF. “When you’re calling the play-by-play for the sporting event, you sometimes take for granted the people watching at home. Being able to participate in the project knowing that I’m enhancing a blind person’s enjoyment and pleasure in a chat that they otherwise would not be able to experience makes me appreciate the things that I maybe take for granted.”
Valiant Sets Virtual Portfolio Reviews For New Comic Creators
Sequential artists, cover artists, letterers and colorists are invited to submit for a virtual session with senior editors next week.Running July 9 and 10, Valiant senior editors Heather Antos and Lysa Hawkins will offer 10 minute one-on-one sessions with 20 potential sequential artists, cover artists, colorists and letterers, chosen from those applying for the program by emailing the address email@example.com with their submission and contact information. Emails must be received by 9 a.m. PT July 8, with those chosen to participate receiving notification by 7 p.m. PT the day before the review.
As per the release, this will see broadcasters commenting live daily on select camming sessions. The audio will be broadcast to ImLive4TheBlind free of charge, and it will also be uploaded to the site afterwards. The first show Wheelock will be calling will be at 11 p.m. Eastern Wednesday night.
While the idea of using sports play-by-play to describe sexual situations is far from new, it’s usually in a more fictional setting, as with things like Yankees’ announcer Phil Rizzuto’sin Meat Loaf’s “ .” Heck, there was enough deniability there for Rizzuto to later claim he was “ .” But there’s reason for skepticism to that claim; Meat Loaf told Jeff Pearlman “Phil was no dummy — he knew exactly what was going on, and he told me such. He was just getting some heat from a priest and felt like he had to do something.”
Deluxe Acquired by Platinum Equity
Cyril Drabinsky returns as CEO; Creative companies such as Company 3 and EFILM are not part of the deal.Eric Cummins, who was named Deluxe's CEO last November as it emerged from a prepackaged bankruptcy, will remain with the separated creative services entities that are not part of the Platinum acquisition, Drabinsky told The Hollywood Reporter. These companies, which also include post house Encore and VFX facility Method, would be rebranded without the Deluxe name, he said.
And we’ve seen sports play-by-play used to describe sexual situations TV as well, including with Jim Nantz interviewing fictional How I Met Your Mother character Barney Stinson about his “” attempt back in 2010. We also saw it more recently with Hank Azaria’s fictional announcer on Brockmire, and there have undoubtedly been other examples of this over the years too. So it’s not like the sports announcing world has never described sexual situations intentionally (and it’s also described them unintentionally .) But this is taking it to a rather new level.
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