PREMIERING NOW: Independent Platforms Are Bringing Back Family Friendly Entertainment: Keith Stubbs and Butch Hartman

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Politics is downstream from culture, as the late Andrew Breitbart said, and popular entertainment can act as a window into tomorrow’s politics. With this in mind, there’s a new wave of moral entertainment—from family-friendly cartoons to clean comedy—that has been enabled by new entertainment platforms that are breaking the monopoly on video entertainment.

We recently spoke with two leaders in this field. First was stand-up comedian Keith Stubbs, whose “Dry Bar Comedy” has revolutionized the comedy business with clean humor.

We also had the pleasure of speaking with Butch Hartman, a world-renowned animator known for his hit Nickelodeon cartoons, “The Fairly OddParents” and “Danny Phantom,” who is now going independent with a new Christian cartoon series, “The Garden.”

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