Carla Amurao
Carla Amurao
Associate Producer for Web
Carla Amurao is a web content associate producer and blogger based in the greater Los Angeles area. When she's not fangirling over any (and all) motion picture or viral video, she's exploring restaurants all over the City of Angels and cheering her heart out for LA sports teams.
Recent Posts
June 4th, 2012

When Sen. John Kerry was sworn in as the 68th U.S. Secretary of State, he became the first white male to hold the post of top U.S. diplomat in 16 years. Watch our conversation with trailblazer Madeleine Albright—the first female Secretary of State.

May 26th, 2012

Another star-studded week of lively discussion and insightful comments goes in the books. Check out the gallery (for a few behind-the-scenes shots!) and some notable quotables and share your thoughts.

May 12th, 2012

The last two weeks’ conversations highlighted themes of education, life experiences and love.

May 10th, 2012

You asked for it, and it’s finally here. Robert Blake’s autobiographical text, Tales of a Rascal, is now published and available on Amazon.

May 7th, 2012

Coming in hot with momentum from the “Made Visible” panel discussion and the best-selling success of her latest text, Half the Sky, WuDunn is an advocate for women’s rights, making a name for herself in the global war against the oppression of women. The Half the Sky Movement will also include a four-part series featured on PBS.

May 1st, 2012

Just in time for Mother’s Day 2012, Roberts’ talked to us about her then-new text, My Story, My Song, which was written with her mother, and shares stories of their lives and what they learned from each other through their collaboration.

April 28th, 2012

Check out images of and quotes from the last two weeks and share your thoughts.

April 25th, 2012

Marking the 40th anniversary of Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, popular children’s author Judy Blume stops by to discuss censorship, connecting with children as she grows older and what’s next on her agenda.

April 18th, 2012

Rather than utilizing the traditional autobiographical structure, his new memoir Dropped Names chronicles his memories and experiences with over 60 famous friends who have passed away. “I think my life story is more interesting told that way and…it’s only a piece of my life. I’m a supporting player. When I tried to do a biography of my own life, I fell asleep over the pen…I was disinterested in it,” Langella tells Tavis.

April 17th, 2012

From the arts and motion pictures to politics and sports, recent guests, who were born in places as far away as Latvia or as close as Sacramento, CA, had the studio (as always) buzzing with thought-provoking and lively discussion on sports, business, politics, scandal, arts and entertainment.

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