Memorable class clowns in high school.
Revolutionary LGBT marketing and advertising executives.
Meet Tim Bennett and John Nash, co-hosts of The Focus Group, their weekly broadcast that invites you to share in a friendship spanning 30 plus years, while serving up the savvy side of nine to five. Together Tim and John bring to life the show’s motto of Listen, Laugh and Learn with entertaining banter and unique voices.
12.11.18 | One Michigan University has purchased hockey pucks for students and staff to use in case of attack. Does this make sense? Then, men should consider adding color to their wardrobe in order to earn more money and be noticed in the workplace and an IKEA in Italy is “going to the dogs”—in a good way.
12.12.18 | For South Koreans in need of a break from the demands of everyday life,s a day or two in a faux jail is the escape. Tim shows how to pair holiday cookies with the right wine, and The OUT Law segment with Angela Giampolo looks at a case against Harvard, and comments Grindr’s president made about marriage.
12.05.18 | Who said you can’t say Merry Christmas? The religious right has compiled a list of Naughty and Nice companies based on their use of the word Christmas versus Holiday. Companies get “reason for the season” points for Nativity Scenes and website tabs labeled Christmas. Tim and John agree that they will be supporting more of the naughty companies. Happy Birthday Jesus! But first, John gives Tim a Saint Nick gift, we learn of John’s stint as an Easter Bunny, and a surprise furry shows up on set!
12.04.18 | A radio station in Ohio has pulled “Baby It’s Cold Outside” from its lineup after a listener expressed concern over the holiday song’s lyrics. Six volunteers swallowed the heads of LEGO figurines for an unusual study, and Payless Shoes pranked VIP shoppers into paying markups of up to 1,800 percent for the bargain retailer’s shoes as part of a viral advertising campaign.
11.28.18 | The Salvation Army denies that they are anti-LGBT in spite of their history—activists have created a voucher you can drop in the bell ringers’ red buckets this holiday season to stand up for LGBTQ rights. Amish farmers are starting to market camel’s milk, a bride in Australia reads out her cheating fiancés texts at the altar, and the list of 10 cities where the cost of living is skyrocketing is surprising.