After a brief pause in production due to a zapped computer, The MuppetCast is back in action! This week we name the winner of the final leg of the Great Muppet Haiku Contest of 2015. That, and a lot of Muppet news makes this a packed episode that I think you’ll really love!
The Great Muppet Haiku Contest
Contests are always a fun way for listeners to contribute to the show, so listen in for more contests (with more prizes) in the near future. This show lives and breathes because of your constant friendship and support, so thank you to everyone who wrote a haiku or two…or three…or twenty!
Miss Piggy received the First award from the Sackler Center. After all these years, it’s about time she got some media attention!
The Wall Street Journal interview with Jeffrey D. Dunn, the new CEO of Sesame Workshop. Dunn comments about the reorganization he’s leading in the company, and where he sees Sesame heading in the future.
Sesame Street Go is the new official streaming channel for Sesame Street content. You can access the channel on Roku TV boxes, as well as smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers everywhere.
Filming has begun for Jim Henson’s “The Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow”, directed by Kirk Thatcher. The project will be a TV movie.
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