One of the most incredible developments in the world of photography within the last few years is the integration of the drone. High resolution, incredibly mobile cameras that allow for the capturing of viewpoints that have yet to be seen and dramatic angles of their subjects. To add to this growing movement, the costs associated with operating drones has drastically decreased allowing this opportunity to be taken by both entry amateurs and advanced professionals. But with all of this ease of access and now focal coverage, the boundary lines are quickly blurring of what privacy is and how far is too far.
This week on The Malliard Report, Jim discusses what he believes the future of this movement will hold in addition to some behind the scenes baseball into the grit and sweat that goes into the world of the podcasting field. Joining Jim on this episode is long time Malliard friend Dave Scott of Spaced Out Radio. “Dave Scott is the creator and host of Canada’s ‘Spaced Out Radio’, running Monday through Friday nights at www.spacedoutradio.com. A former radio journalist, Dave graduated with a diploma in Broadcast Communications from one of Canada’s top Broadcasting Schools, BCIT, in 1998. Dave then spent nearly 10 years in radio, mostly working in sports, before leaving the field to pursue other interests.”
“Dave’s personal quest into the unknown started in December of 2011, when he had contact from what he calls The Angel of Death, that he saw in his mother’s eyes, which led to his first channeling experience. After this incident, Dave’s personal experiences started becoming more frequent. Paranormal experiences. Premonitions started coming true. A Big Foot sighting with two of the creatures within 100 feet of him. UFOs started appearing anytime he wanted, even though Dave had no idea what “summoning” was. Personal sightings of five extraterrestrial species, one who he’s nicknamed ‘Carl’. On November 30th, 2014, Dave launched ‘Spaced Out Radio’. Dave’s near decade as a journalist helped him craft his style of interview, making it comfortable and personal for his guests and listeners alike. He looks at himself as one of the only trained and experienced radio journalists, who is also an multiple experiencer of the unknown.”
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