Talk It Out
Talk It Out With Jodi Leib
is an entertainment program in the nature of on-going special variety, news, music, or comedy featuring celebrity interviews, documentary biographies, live performance, music videos, movies, audience interactivity, and website social networking broadcast over television, satellite, internet, and audio/video media.
Talk It Out
began after the Columbine high school massacre
as a way to create dialogue and community through music and television.
Dedicated to exposing the positive and inspiring leadership qualities at the core of today's popular artists, Jodi Leib
began hosting Talk It Out
on local cable in Los Angeles and Detroit on a regular basis soon after September 11, 2001
Programs with up-and-coming artist began airing on a regular basis, which led to an online music magazine featuring a series of print interviews with rising stars and local bands.
Jodi Leib hosted Talk It Out
sessions with the following artists, musicians, and activists:
The Black Eyed Peas
The High Strung
Stephanie Mardell and Megan Brooks
Royal Crown Revue
L. E. Stokes
Work with the Black Eyed Peas
In 2004, Jodi Leib hosted and produced the episode "Talk It Out with Jodi Leib: On Tour with the Black Eyed Peas", which helped the band launch their breakthrough album Elephunk that featured will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo, and Fergie. The television program ran in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Detroit. The show also features the music video for Where is the Love?.
In 2006, Jodi Leib hosted a Farm Aid session with singer-songwriter Danielle Evin. In the interview, Danielle focuses on the importance of healthful nutrition, organic food and the need for more available health food snacks.