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Josh Bernstein And Rannix Remix RedOne’s “Don’t You Need Somebody”

When a teenage producer’s remix garners the attention of somebody as big as RedOne, you know you should probably take notice as well. Josh Bernstein teamed up with Dutch producer Rannix on a remix of the producer/songwriter/record executive’s “Don’t You Need Somebody” featuring Enrique Iglesias, R. City, Serayah and Shaggy, and it’s established him as a force to be reckoned with.

RedOne’s original production for “Don’t You Need Somebody” already fit the track for summertime with its its warm, laid-back melody, but Bernstein and Rannix’s remix reinforces these elements by speeding it up and adding a high-pitched synth lead over the top line. A reverberant bass line subtly underscores the new version as well, giving it an added measure of dance appeal just before festival season begins to approach its peak.

In regards to the remix, RedOne said:

[This remix] is sickkkkk and genius!
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Mlb Network’s First-Ever Regular Season Morning Show Sets Talent, Title (Exclusive)

Mlb Network has picked out a name and set the talent lineup for its first-ever regular season morning show, TheWrap has learned exclusively. On professional baseball’s highly anticipated Opening Day, Monday, April 6, “Mlb Central” will debut with hosts Matt Vasgersian, Mark DeRosa and Lauren Shehadi. “Fans are thirsting for baseball around the clock, and live is always better,” Coordinating Producer Josh Bernstein told TheWrap as he explained the programming decision and the show’s timing. “Starting our programming day a little bit earlier with live stuff — it’s exciting, and if news breaks in the middle of the night,
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Regina Weinreich: Chill With Frozen Planet on Discovery

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Regina Weinreich: Chill With Frozen Planet on Discovery
Our winter may be mild but the cold breeze off Lincoln Center last week for the premiere of Frozen Planet was distinct, in the teeth-chattering presence of cool sculptures of an ice waterfall and ice penguins. And inside Alice Tully Hall, the temperature was brisk too. The Discovery Channel's documentary series Frozen Planet, "The Ends of the Earth" to air on March 18, proves that good storytelling features sex and violence, even if it is family entertainment. As Alec Baldwin narrates, giant polar bears can sniff the scent of a female seven miles away, and stepping through the snow in her footsteps, they stalk her, often mounting her bloodied, having successfully fought off a contender.

The Lion King prepared us for "the circle of life." But the vision of a hapless seal being shaken off an ice floe by a school of hungry Orca whales is, eh, chilling. Or a pack of arctic wolves strategizing,
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Ivanka Trump Gets Engaged While Revelers Hit the Party Circuit

Party Pairings. 1. Diane von Furstenberg and Barbara Walters. 2. Jim Clark, Fisher Stevens, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and Ben Stiller. 3. Ed Westwick and Richard Phillips. 4. Kristen Bell, Phillip Lim, and Rachel Bilson. From The party scene picked up on Wednesday, as everyone who wasn’t getting engaged or seeing Harry Potter hit the scene. Diane von Furstenberg held court at her New York City store with all the major media heavyweights at a party to celebrate society icon Gloria Vanderbilt’s blush-worthy new book, Obsession: An Erotic Tale. Von Furstenberg and her husband, Barry Diller, mingled with Liz Smith, Hamish Bowles, Fran Lebowitz, and Barbara Walters. Elsewhere in Manhattan, swimsuit model Kristy Hinze’s husband, Netscape co-founder Jim Clark, screened his buzz-worthy documentary The Cove, which looks at the seedy underworld of the dolphin industry. (We wonder if he’s had any experience with dolphin handlers while floating on his $100 million yacht.
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Lance Bass Still Wants to Go to the Moon

Fly Me To The Moon. Lance Bass, a former N'Sync boy-band member who is perhaps best known for his astronaut aspirations. From "I'll fly that mission for sure!" said Lance Bass at Monday's Louis Vuitton cocktail party to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the lunar landing. Across the room R&B sensation Estelle took a more casual approach to the idea of space tourism: "If someone were to say to me it was like flying to Chicago, I'd definitely go," she said. "I think I'd go to the moon because you wouldn't get burned there." Others that descended upon the Natural History Museum for the space-themed shindig were singer Cassie, Eric Villency, Jessica Szohr, Alexandra Richards, and models Miranda Kerr and Adriana Lima, who proudly clutched her pregnant belly. One of the guests of honor, Apollo 13's Jim Lovell made a speech praising the fashion company for
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History Channel returns to 'Digging'

History Channel has renewed Digging for the Truth for a fourth season and hired new hosts to replace Josh Bernstein, who departed the show earlier this yea to host and produce specials and series exclusively for Discovery Channel. Former Navy fighter pilot and Survivor contestant Hunter Ellis and adventurer Zay Harding have been tapped to hosts the show, traveling the world to find answers to some of civilization's most enigmatic mysteries. Joining them on various fact-finding missions will be new series regulars archaeologist Kara Cooney and military and diving expert Charles Ingram. The new season will launch in the third quarter with a two-hour special on pirates of the Mediterranean. Digging is produced by JWM Prods.

Bernstein into the wild for Discovery

Bernstein into the wild for Discovery
Discovery Communications has tapped explorer, author and wilderness educator Josh Bernstein to host and produce specials and series exclusively for Discovery Channel.

Bernstein will serve as field explorer and executive producer on series and specials covering such topics as anthropology, archaeology and environmental issues. Bernstein, who has hosted History Channel's adventure/archaeology series Digging for the Truth for the past three years, joins Discovery Channel in April.

Bernstein is "the real deal, and his passions in the environment, indigenous cultures and sustainable living will help further the mission of the network," said Jane Root, president and GM of Discovery Channel and Science Channel. "We look forward to expanding his persona and expertise into all (Discovery Communications) multimedia platforms."

Bernstein has nearly 20 years of wilderness survival experience and environmental advocacy. Since 1997, he has been president and CEO of the Boulder Outdoor Survival School, which touts itself as the oldest and largest survival school in the world.

"As my friends know, my passion for exploration and teaching extends far beyond history and archaeology," Bernstein said.

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