As you all know, Bennett Media Studio had been hosting the popular cooking show with star chef Bobby Flay called "Brunch @ Bobby's" and "Bobby Flay Fit". Here's the playlist of "Bobby Flay Fit" and some of the videos of "Brunch @ Bobby's". Enjoy!
In May 29th, Bennett Media Studio was working again with NBC Universal and Hoda Kotb for a Dateline Story on teenagers getting cosmetic surgery. We have two interviewees Donovan and Connor, they shared their personal stories of getting plastic surgeries with the help from the organization "Little Baby Face". They were interviewed by Hoda Kotb. The shooting took place on the first floor, which has a performance stage, and the catacombs. Click HERE to watch the video.
For the last 2 weeks, we have been hosting the popular Food Network cooking show with master chef Bobby Flay called "Brunch @ Bobby's". In its 3rd Season here at Bennett Media Studio, this show really shines in its focus on the art and craft of making and hosting a delicious Brunch, which is a favorite ritual shared throughout the world. From Brussels, to Beijing, to New York, the concept of a convivial weekend daytime gathering of friends and family around comfort food is a tradition shared by almost every culture and in every country.
Bobby does not disappoint us. I have been trying his new recipes, and spirited cocktails he invents for this daytime event of feasting and munching, chatting and sharing with friends.
Another episode of Saturday Night Live was filmed at the Studio and home of BMS. This short film, shot on a Friday, was aired on the Live Show the following evening at 11:30pm. The SNL Producers know the meaning of quick turnaround time: 24 hours from shooting, editing, and on-air.
Justin Timberlake at Bennett Media Studio for SNL Skit!
We had a shoot for Saturday Night Live with Justin Timberlake here at Bennett Media Studio. It was filmed all day Friday, and went quickly on air the next (Saturday) night. So you get a sense that this is quick turnaround time, one day to be precise.
The shoot lasted for a good 12 hours, had lots of preparation, and a fairly large crew of people. It was a closed set, so the work went quickly. The episode was called: “Romantic Comedy”. You can see it here.
In 2011, major South Korean television network, KBS, aired in Korea a one-hour documentary special on K-Pop (Korean pop music). KBS interviewed Bennett Media Studio founder Ed Bennett in his home, asking him about his thoughts on the rising genre and its potential here in the United States. His comments can be found near the end of the documentary around the 51:56 mark.