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Clint with cigarClint Davis works as a digital news reporter in Cincinnati, Ohio.

He charts his love of film back to the first time he saw Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction in his adolescence.  Before that, most of his time was spent religiously watching The Simpsons and cracking “Yo Mama” jokes on his classmates at elementary school.

Clint is officially a film school dropout, taking only a semester in film studies at Bowling Green State University before transferring.  He graduated from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio with a B.A. in mass communication.

He is also obsessed with ranking things in countdown form, a practice that often elicits eye-rolling from his wife.

Clint lives with his wife Beth and their dogs Lola and Cassius in Cincinnati, Ohio.

 

Clint’s Top 5 Favorite Films

5) The Blues Brothers [1980]

4) Annie Hall [1977]

3) Back to the Future [1985]

2) Pulp Fiction [1994]

1) Magnolia [1998]

 

Clint’s Top 5 Favorite TV Series

5) The Twilight Zone [1959]

4) Mad Men [2007]

3) The Wire [2002]

2) The Sopranos [1999]

1) The Simpsons [1989]

 

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Andy Sedlak works as a television news reporter in Dayton, Ohio.

He grew up in a household that pumped Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel every weekend. He instantly became a new man when he discovered Bob Dylan’s “Like A Rolling Stone” in junior high.

Andy knows roughly six chords on the guitar and can play “Ode to Joy” on the piano. His passion is simply listening, which he will do with fervor as long as he has ears.

He graduated from Wright State University in 2010 with a B.A. in mass communication and a minor in political science. He lives with his wife Brooke in Dayton, Ohio.

 

Andy’s Top 5 Favorite Albums

#5) The College Dropout by Kanye West

#4) The Traveling Wilbury’s Vol. 1 by the Traveling Wilburys

#3) Streets of New York by Willie Nile

#2) Slow Train Coming by Bob Dylan

#1) Darkness on the Edge of Town by Bruce Springsteen

 

The Top 5 Best Live Shows Andy’s Seen

#5) Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (Steve Winwood opener) at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati, OH, July 8, 2008

#4) Billy Joel at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH, April 20, 2008

#3) Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, OH, April 5, 2011

#2) Bob Dylan with Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp at Fifth-Third Field in Dayton, OH, July 10, 2009

#1) Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band at The Schottenstein Center in Columbus, OH, March 24, 2008

 

Five of the Most-Played Songs on Andy’s iPod (as of March 2014):

“Ignition Remix” by R Kelly

“Valentines Day” by Bruce Springsteen

“Searching for a Heart” by Warren Zevon

“Patchwork River” by Jim Lauderdale

“Hate It or Love It” by The Game (feat. 50 Cent)


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