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Multifaceted Creativity: Ashley Nicole Black and Brett Goldstein Share Insights at NAB Show 2023

Celebrating a century of innovation, NAB marks 100 years as a pioneering force in broadcast and media.

The NAB Show recently revealed that Ashley Nicole Black, a two-time Emmy-winning writer, actress, and comedian, will be moderating a fireside chat with the multi-talented actor, writer, and producer Brett Goldstein. Titled “A Conversation with Brett Goldstein,” the discussion will take place on the NAB Show Main Stage on Monday, April 17, at 4 p.m. Goldstein will share insights into his diverse creative career, how he balances his various roles, and his approach to creating engaging content.

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Black has contributed to several comedy shows, such as HBO’s “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” TBS’ “Full Frontal with Samantha Bee,” and the upcoming Apple TV+ series “Bad Monkey.” As both a writer and actor, she has collaborated with Goldstein on Apple TV+’s “Shrinking” and the critically acclaimed “Ted Lasso,” which has garnered 40 Emmy Award nominations and 11 wins throughout its first two seasons.

Brett Goldstein captured hearts as the lovable, foul-mouthed Roy F**king Kent in the uplifting hit TV series “Ted Lasso,” which bolstered AppleTV’s popularity amid the Covid pandemic. However, Brett’s talents extend beyond portraying a rough-around-the-edges football star; he also serves as a co-executive producer and writer on “Ted Lasso” and co-created and executive produces the successful new series “Shrinking” on Apple, starring Harrison Ford and Jason Segel.

As the NAB Show celebrates its 100th anniversary, the event pays tribute to a century of pioneering broadcast and media innovation. Over the years, the NAB Show has served as a platform for industry professionals to explore cutting-edge advancements, collaborate on groundbreaking projects, and share their vision for the future of the media landscape. This centennial milestone reflects not only the NAB Show’s enduring legacy but also its commitment to shaping the future of broadcasting and media for the next hundred years.


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