News of David Shepard's passing

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Mark Zimmer

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Re: News of David Shepard's passing

PostMon Feb 06, 2017 11:58 am

Nice Hollywood Reporter article. I can totally picture him being followed around the house by a pack of rescue dogs.
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Re: News of David Shepard's passing

PostMon Feb 06, 2017 12:27 pm

This is very sad news. Thank you for posting all the links to obituaries and tributes.
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Re: News of David Shepard's passing

PostTue Feb 07, 2017 7:54 am

Jess McGrath wrote:For those who haven't heard it, Frank Thompson's "Commentary Track" podcast episode with David was a great one, and offered wonderful insight into David's career and experiences.

For some reason, iTunes seems unable to download this (and a couple of other) episodes, is anyone else having similar issues? My other podcasts are downloading just fine. I get a pop-up saying "The network connection could not be made."

UPDATE: Never mind, Frank posted this message on the podcast's Facebook page (which explains why I couldn't access the website either):

I'm changing the hosting for this website and so, in the unlikely event that you're in the mood to listen to one of my podcasts, you're out of luck for the time being. My hope is that the new site will be up and running in a few weeks. I'll then post some new episodes in honor of the first anniversary of when I posted the last one.

Hope it's back up and running soon!
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Re: News of David Shepard's passing

PostFri Feb 24, 2017 5:51 pm

FLICKER ALLEY has posted a nice memorial tribute to David Shepard.
Included in their posting is a link to an interview podcast from 2016:

I only hope that some of the projects that David touched on in the interview will still make it to fruition.
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