Will we make it another year, let alone, a million? NatGeo thinks so with their new series and we’ve got the Executive behind it! Plus, Harvey Milk Park dedication spurs conversation on Milk. Be sure to support the show at Patreon About our Guest: DAVE O’CONNOR BIO: In addition to his management responsibilities, O’Connor executive produces and produces multiple ongoing projects, including the feature documentaries: Tony Robbins: Not Your Guru and Under the Influence: Keith Richards for Netflix; Whitey: The United States of America vs. James J. Bulger for CNN Films and Magnolia Pictures; and Hank: Five Years From the Brink for Netflix and Bloomberg BusinessWeek. O’Connor also produced David Blaine: Real or Magic a primetime special for ABC, and the films Doc and Darryl and You Don’t Know Bo for ESPN’s Emmy and Peabody Award-winning 30 for 30 series. He executive produced the 6-part global television event MARS with Imagine Entertainment’s Ron Howard and Brian Grazer for National Geographic Channel, which is gearing up production on season two; America Divided a 5-part documentary series on inequality in America with fellow executive producers Common, Norman Lear and Shonda Rhimes for EPIX; Killing Richard Glossip, a five part series directed by Joe Berlinger, which debuted April 2017 on Investigation Discovery, and he is the co-creator and showrunner of the 8-part documentary series, Abstract: The Art of Design, which debuted on Netflix in February 2017, after its world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Prior to joining RadicalMedia, O’Connor was Co-Executive Producer and Vice President of Production at Embassy Row, a NYC-based global format and production company. While there, O’Connor developed and co-produced the critically acclaimed documentary The Tillman Story, the groundbreaking The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Film in 3D and co-created and launched Men In Blazers now on NBC Sports along with reality series and gameshows for several cable networks. O’Connor began his career at ESPN, where among other things, he worked with a team of producers and programmers on ESPNʼs World Series of Poker, using new production techniques to turn a stale and underperforming property into a ratings phenomenon that endures more than a decade after its relaunch. O’Connor holds a MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware. He lives in Brooklyn with his daughter Ava and his son Otis and loves games in all forms, woodworking, surfing and being a dad.