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"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:43 min | Last month

"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bills with a high hold sets. Ready fires plate word and the queen takes up in a way. One ball and two strikes Mill 66 this year 4.25 e R A is making his 28th appearance. He has pitched quite a bit in relief this year. This is his 16th start, though. Logging better than 95 innings while striking out 71 walking 25. Pills. Ready at the belt to the plate the 12 pitch and make one again. Fouls it back. Mills has faced the Reds quite a few times over his career, mentioned that he's made two starts against Cincinnati This year. He's open to pitched once in relief. 5.68 e. R. A against the Reds here in 2021 overall 32 against Cincinnati. 3.77 e R. A Had to face him 10 times prior to tonight, very familiar with Alec Mills. Right handers home with 12 pitch. And again fouled back by Nick, One of the battle continues. You may remember this about Alec Mills. He will throw probably the slowest pitch other than maybe a position player that the Reds will see all year long. He's got in his arsenal. One of these real slow 65 66 mile an hour curve balls. You always wonder in the back of your mind? Are you the guy that's going to get that one? Not to mention that his fastball doesn't exactly break the radar gun either. One ball two strikes, Mills again sets ready and the pitch swinging a foul ball back to the backstop. Still the ball in two strikes but when you throw slower than slow It kind of makes that fastball play up just a little bit. You know, I'm wondering, Tommy. What Hitting speed is nowadays you know, there is a theory that you can throw above hitting speed or below hitting speed, but not in between. We've seen guys turn around fastballs at 98 Miles an hour, so I'm not sure if pitcher can throw one hard enough anymore for these guys. Bills gets the sign again from Contreras, who sets up high on the inside corner and Quinn swings. One hop liner in the whole glove by the third baseman played a second in time back to first. Not in time, find play by. Actually, that was Sergio Alcantara staying home at short to make that play. And he made the feed to Patrick Wisdom, the third baseman at the bag. So that will go as a 65 fielder's choice to get India at second base. That is the second night in a row that our Contra takes a base hit away from Tyler and make one same spot. Had.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:02 min | 3 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Oh one pitch and India weekly roles, one of the shortstop fielded by a Domus the peg in time. The first India's out and there's one away outside temperature with the roof closed today. Who? Your temp star game time temperature 72 degrees. Get complete home comfort with an energy saving, high efficiency, temp start heating and cooling system. Find your local temp star dealer at tim star dot com. Tim start quality You can feel Here's Jesse Winker. Linker has three hits now in his last six at bats. Three Oh, 3 19 homers 50 driven in for wing curry bats with nobody on and one man out. Woodruff at all Star and for good reason. Right hander Having a fine season is cowboy outlined Pitch to Winker is swung at pop foul left side and that is out of play. But Winker is one of the guys in this Reds lineup that has hit Wonder of well. Six for 14 lifetime, including a home run. For 29 is that Mark. Here's the one pitch and Winker takes a fastball way high. Woodruff, his last time out, really pitched pretty well against the Mets took the loss. Went six and a third innings in that contest, but It was the Mets that did damage late against Woodruff in the seventh inning. Here's the 11 pitch and Linker swings and fouls it away left side and he's behind the counter ball and two strikes, so in the end when the dust had settled, he was charged with four runs on four hits over six and a third. But It's really well to pitch into the seventh in that game. Rivers lost it. 4 to 2. One ball two strikes on Winker. Woodruff into his wind up now home with 12 pitch Winker takes in the dirt inside. That'll level to count. The Reds are the hottest team in baseball right now, the Reds have won eight out of their last 10 games. Nobody else can lay claim to that in the big leagues right now. Yeah. Opening Woodruff picks up the sign and Delivers the to to to linger and he swings and pops it foul just to our left still two balls and two strikes on Winker. I think this club has played some really good baseball. Have been some bits of ups and downs. But when they have Put it together. They're fun. They're fun to watch. I know I keep saying that, but it's fun to watch these guys play. The wind in the 22 pitch to Linker. He swings and sprays it foul on the left side. Still two balls and two strikes and I'll say it again, Tommy, if this Reds club can get any kind of production from their bullpen They're going to have a really good shot at this thing. They can hear,.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Fly ball deep left center field well struck back Smith, it is gone. Will Yadana Sana 12 Pitch goes deep it three nothing growers that is peanut butter and jelly lover Jeff leveraging on the Brewers radio network. The crew drops game won 4 to 3 but wins Game to five did nothing. Brett Anderson looks good in his return from the injured list. Manager Craig Counsell was hoping to just get three innings out of Anderson. Instead, Anderson throws four, allowing just three hits and throwing just 44 pitches. Most importantly, he feels healthy, happy to be out there and be healthy and make some good patients to be sufficient are going to be and the way the first two ended to come out on top this game. It's a good feeling good with the wind. The Brewers salvage a game in the series after losing the first two games against the Mets. Matt Polly WTMJ Sports brewers are back home tonight. It's started their final series before the All Star break. First pitch against Cincinnati set for 7 10. You can hear the game on 94 5, ESPN. And finally in hockey, the Tampa Bay Lightning or Stanley Cup champions. For the second consecutive season. They defeat the Montreal Canadians in five games. Wisconsin native Cold Caufield goes home empty handed. Maybe this is selfish of me, Jean I was rooting for the Canadians just at the off chance. We could have booked Cold Caufield for an interview, and he could have brought the cup in the studio. I would have hoisted that mammoth. I would have eaten your drink anything you put in there out of it. It would have been spectacularly headed in here. What was a couple five years ago? I want to say that I forget the guy's name. Blind guy with white gloves all that he was here in this very room with the Stanley Cup. I believe keeper the cup has the best job ever. Hall. He does. I mean, they should have. There was a video circulating on social media yesterday of the Stanley Cup, taking a shower that cup gets to do more cool things that we do. 7 18 Hey, John Mark here here. Wisconsin is.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"NBA Finals coverage Text the word bucks 285561616 20. In baseball. The Brewers Ernest split of their doubleheader in N. Y C 12 pitch. Fly ball deep left center field. Well struck back Smith. It is gone. Will you Don asana 12 Pitch goes deep. It three Nothing. Brewers. That is Jeff lettering on the Brewers Radio network. The crew drops game 143 but wins Game to five to nothing. Brett Anderson looks good on his return from the injured list. Manager Craig Counsell is hoping to just get three innings out of Anderson. Instead, Anderson throws four, allowing just three hits and throwing just 44 pitches. Most important He feels healthy, happy to be out there and be healthy and, uh, make some purpose is to be sufficient as it could be, and the way the first two ended to come out on top of this game is a good feeling with the wind. The Brewers salvage a game in the series after losing the first two games against the Mets. Matt Polly WTMJ Sports The Brewers are back home tonight. It's the start of their final series before the All Star break. First pitch against Cincinnati. Set for 7 10 coverage on our sister station, 94 5. ESPN starts at 6 30. 85 finally in hockey. Tampa Bay You may as well call it Champ Obey the Tampa Bay Lightning Stanley Cup champions For the second consecutive year. They defeat the Montreal Canadians in five games. Wisconsin native Cold Caufield goes home empty handed but has one heck of a rookie season with Montreal. That's one of my favorite sports moments every single year is seeing that behemoth of a trophy hoisted and parade around the ice. Just an amazing moment and after they beat their you know what out of each other for however, many games in the course of the playoffs set the Sheikh King of hands. The handshake line is one of the closed traditions in sports. They always set it aside and say You said it perfectly. I could stop your good 5 18 want to have the best lawn in the neighborhood showing red Often, Hagen and Alex Crow every Saturday at six a.m. for the designer yard show, and you can submit your questions each week at wtmj dot com slash yard. The designer yard show Saturdays at six on WTMJ. It's Brewers baseball season in Milwaukee. And this here is a tradition unlike anything else. The party in the parking lot tailgate games. This is along the grill, the roar of the crowd. Nobody doesn't.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Only one Reds Hall of Fame pitcher also pitched for the Twins. Name him pitch swung at foul tipped Into the mid. Well, How about this? You don't have to name them. You just have to pick one. I'll give you three options could be a Pedro Borbon. B. Wayne Granger. Or C Don Gullett. One fouled back by our STDs Aquino owing to 1 82 3 homers, five RBIs for Aquino. I can hear by the shuffling in your book. You have no idea so you are going to pick either A B or C, based on The system trends my system using advanced trivia analytics to determine your answer. If I pick a it's going to be a for the third day in a rose Tor bone is out, up and in, okay, Pedro Done. At least it was not gullet. So it has to be Granger OK? That is B. We'll revisit that few innings. You get how this works. Might even be able to change it. If you so choose the 12 pitch swinging a mess our cities. Aquino just swung through a 91 mile an hour fastball that he appeared to be laid on up and in there was a cutter in on his hands. It was definitely a ball off the play the good 4 to 5 inches off the plate By the time he took his swing. Now, Kyle Farmer. Runners at 1st and 2nd base with one man out. Farmer heading to 24 5 homers 23 RBIs. Here's the pitch and farmer takes a strike over the outside corner at the knees and its own one. Read with an opportunity to get on the board first here. Leadoff single but couldn't score in the 1st 1st 2 reached here in the second and farmer Takes off the plate away. An.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Amazon Echo Smart speaker by saying candy are As the wind up and the one Oh pitch. Swinging. There's a drive deep into left field. Playing back was white. The warning track along got really with his second home run of the game. He skirts him in the left field and back into the bleachers, and the Giants have gone back ahead of time before 12 pitch swinging. There's a high fly ball deep on a field white back. On the warning track at the Wall God gondola banjo with his first homer as a giant and the Giants are playing a home run derby against the Padres again. The fifth home run of the day. And the Giants lead 7 to 4. Oh, one, Posey Blast one down the left field live. This one is is gone straight down the line over the left field wall. Buster Posey with a three run, homer one. Oh, pitch. There's a long drive to left down the left field line headed for the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley. And that ball is gone. Wow! One strike pitch hits a long drive deep to right way back there. Let me go! Oh, speller! Oh, To the left of the 3 65 marker. And up into the bleachers, three run homer for belt and now it is 13 2 Giants. So that's the last couple of times the Giants with deep five times in a game. Richie really a part of that 13 to 7 last night with the five home runs. It's even warmer. Today. It's the Diamondbacks who have lost 22 consecutive road games so we could see maybe maybe we'll see more than five home runs. Let's talk to him. Richard earlier you see him with.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:55 min | 5 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And it's one and two on belt. Ellis faced. Jeff Hoffman six other times Is four for six against him. There's Hoffman's 12 pitch steady checks on Soto over at first base, and he dives back in safely once again, seeing Tyler Steven sit over at first base. We got news today that Nixon cell is going to be out for a while on Friday, he's going to have his knee scoped. And It's gonna have him out a little longer than maybe initially anticipated. 12 pitch and Belle reaches sport just pokes it through the left side. That's the kind of swing I'm talking about. His body's going back towards the first base dugout, but his arms were so long and hands so strong. He just flips it often to left field. That pitch was off the plate away. That was almost a one handed swing, but he still was able to keep his top hand on the bat. Somehow is he just muscles it past the shortstop. And in the left. Walk in a single for the nationals, and they have two on with one out. And the batter's Kyle Schwarber. He talked about how much damage that shorebird has done over his career against the Reds. Great deal. 21 home runs Lifetime. The pitch and Schwarber slings the first bid from Hoffman and hits a towering pop up behind short farmers out, But it's Linker in from left. Make the catch, and that's out number two. That was a major head drop from Kyle Schwarber swings a first pitch fastball that's up in middle And he hits it straight up into the silo, and you could see the head drop in the bat slam to the ground. Go on with two out of the batter is Starlin Castro sitting to 60. There's a couple of home runs 18 driven in Castro's it safely and five of his last seven games. Here's the first pitch and Castro takes a breaking ball that Mrs off the plate outside. We're going one It was the second inning that really looked like it would be the demise of Jeff Hoffman against the Brewers, his last time out. And That ending was really just set up by walks. He gave up one out single but then walked the next three batters, including the lone run that he allowed. This ball is ripped on a line one.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We were talking about Ross. He's made four starts in May than the Nationals have not won any of those starts. He personally has had three losses during those four starts and his e R A is above 77. It's the 12 pitch high and now it's ah to bolt to strike count. His overall season E R A is 5.7 to the Nationals have lost four straight of Ross's starts this year. Gave up four runs to were earned his last time out the pitch to weaker and he shoots one on a rocket by the third baseman Castro and in the left field Winker a big turn but hangs on it first base with a one out single. I assume that will be a single. It looked like it was hit pretty much right at Castro's committed four errors this year. That certainly seemed to eat him up. It was maybe to his backhand it was and it was on a wicked hop. That's gotta be a base. It Nice Tim Star Game Time Temperature and D. C is 78 degrees. Get complete home comfort with an energy saving high efficiency. Tim Start heating and cooling system. Find your local temp star dealer temp start dot com Tim Star quality You can feel Brings Nick Castano's the plate. Castano's working on his 12 game hit streak. Two more hits yesterday as nine multi hit games over the streak, which has him hitting five ft. 11 over the span pitch. Castano swings and misses right one. Frost can make that same pitch that hard slider that's starts in the middle and ends up just off the outside corner. He'll have his way with Castano's Don't don't think he can make it every time and he's going to spend one.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Her Looking a little perturbed by the fact that cost the Ottos is taking so much time and there's no doubt that's by design. Here's the pitch and first pick breaking balls cut on and missed for strike one. Choosers numbers are awfully gaudy. On the season. He is foreign to the E R A is 2.24. Sure their shakes through the signs still, now he has it. And he deals the old one pitch. Castano swings the fastball in 1000 away, and he's down the count O in two. Hey, is closing in On some pretty remarkable Career milestones. Now he may perhaps reach 3000 strikeouts this year. Pitch to cast. Janos is down it in. He needs 140 more. Three time Cy Young Award winner seven time All Star. And Max. Is there a 36 years old, not showing any signs of slowing down here is the right hander's 12 pitch. And a swing and a miss slider down cost. Deano swings over it. And the Reds are down. 123 again. Sure, sir. And the first we played a half inning. It's the Reds. Nothing and the nationals coming up on the Cincinnati Bell Reds radio network thistles, Your new home speaking. I know you haven't moved in yet, but I need some favors. Could you just the blinds? The dust makes me feel dusty. Also, we could save a lot of money. If you bundle your home and car insurance with Geico. It's super easy to do online or over the.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Is the he's a Cal Berkeley guy. Why you got to go there? That's the only way to do that. Hold him back. That's the only thing that could hold the back. That's what separates him from the rest the number one public university in the world. Wind up sees the 11 fastball in Judge fouls it straight back one and two. Just because you went up. I 80 to Nevada and you didn't just go down 20 minutes from home to Cal. You don't have to hold it against Andrew Von. Not singing. I would have a little secret. I would have gone to Cal if they would have finally offered me but they didn't. So I kind of have a got a chip against him for the rest of my life. 12 pitch. It's cease, Mrs. Download two balls. Two strikes Now. Was it the football coaches that didn't offer you or was it Bob Milano in the baseball? So with this football coaches, so that would have been Bruce Snyder was the coach of the time account kick. Many moons ago. I've traveled many miles Roxie. Don't review for you've moved on. 22 breaking ball. Oh, what a way to judge in a full count. There's another California kid here. Aaron, Judge from Down kind of Middle California. Is that what we call it sort of central central President State product. Definitely a football prospect. 32 And cease for the breaking ball drops low and a two out base runner for the Yankees. His judge walks That'll bring up geo or shallow for the Yankees. Shelagh to 84 with five home runs. 23 batted in and Really Sydney With the Yankee struggles offensively this year, it's been judging her Shelagh. Been the only two bats that have been consistent. For Aaron Boone Detailer Mayhew is Fluctuated in and out, not putting up the production. We normally see from him, and.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

01:35 min | 10 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"The i can't he so jim. Now hayes with dot com to have a further discussion with her. 'cause hurt her. Sounds going in and out right now. But juno hazelwood dot com to really learn a little bit more about how to put your store together how to get your brand story.

"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"Less. Add value again. I don't wanna feel bullied into taking a call with you and the uae's thirty minutes of my time that could have been an email this this bad practice and no one wants that a friend would want that your business partner wouldn't want that perspective personnages selling something to you've lost that sale that a lot as well. Can we jump on a thirty minute call. And it's like. I have to ask complimentary questions as to. What does this call in tail. We cut the no. You know i could be wasting your time. You could be having this whole thirty minute spiel about why. Your client is great or why. The story is great and we could. I could have emailed. You said i don't even cover that patients. Don't cover that i can refer. You may be In i actually polite and kind because there are some editors in i've worked for bosses who literally like i don't have time for this dilly like they won't even give you a conversation. They won't give you reason. You just never know why your emails are not getting return so but you have to now that a lot of times when you're nice about it. Some people handle stress more better than others so you you can help us. But the average they're probably getting about. Maybe a hundred to two hundred to three hundred pitches a day a day so they have to know how the sword and we in and say no right away so they can get to the yes and so i always tell my clients especially those in ready set. Go speak Membership community that began. Okay with the nose. Be okay with the knows. They have too much on their plate there on deadline i tell him i said they are not in business to make you famous. This is their job. Their job is to do the best thing that they can do for their audience. They have to please end their boss. Okay so if you're going to be their friend make them look good. Make their job easier. That's it and so a good story will help. And i tell this december two author sue. You only know a good story when you read a good story. You only know good book when you read a good book. Bombers book was good. Okay compared to like if you don't know you want to write a book in this like i don't want to write a book but you've never read a good book so you don't even know what a bestseller sounds like. So you want to pick somebody a good story but you don't know how their story sound in their own publication or on their own. You know network. So i was like the story find that. What is it that they're saying. What's what is their interest. What is their angle. What are they what are they trying to feed their audience young europe and that's true and you know what thanksgiving is coming up. You make a great analogy because it's like also you don't have to beat the turkey you could be the candy yams you know. Why not present yourself as an expert for a supplementary feature. Some people feel like if they can't get the cover or they're not gonna. And sometimes i would love to make certain people the feature but my editor has told me. No we need five different voices for this so brought on the opportunity. Because you wanna be the star. It's like you consume still shine ending still bills or relationship. I'm the type of journal are like this. Here's another thing people..

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

03:41 min | 10 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"Though the steps that because i'm big on process despite the capricorn me is very process. So i in the pitching process. Do your research you know. Get into those. Seo keywords find out what's really trendy you could have a great story but it means nothing in the grand scheme of things. I hate to say that because there's even celebrity stories that get shut down. Trust me i deal with the everyday. This person could be the biggest liberty in the world. And you're thinking yeah we want to cover them and you get down to the seo and west really being searched and what's really being read and if that celebrity isn't trendy that the story might be dead for the week you know so just to give you an example. Sometimes people think that their story is so great. Because there's a celebrity or we made a million but it's like well what about that process or the journey or the story would be something that this particular publications readers would want to read right now. For example a lot of people are obviously talking about the election and about a woman of color being the first vice president of the united states. A as a woman of color as though you know if you wanna talk about that you know maybe make data segue if it's relevant that's one of the things that jenner the people talk about when they hire publicists. It's like okay. Well how are they going to pitch this. Or how are they going to Give it that Pivot or or or that kind of thing. I mean you have to find a way to fit in. I tell someone that. I mean yeah. Pitch and media is almost very similar to double dutch. Double dutch jump rope. It's like you jump in when you know there's the right time for it so if you don't have the right timing for it you're going to trip and fall so knowing what's the new cycle was trending. You can go to twitter and find out what's trending they're going to do twitter and find that and then jump in now. I always tell people to go on twitter and to keep a list because you can create listen in twitter and people of your media demeanor france that you wanna follow. So they can. You don't have to have the whole twitter universe but just go to your list in your media for media and just say what your meet your friends. What they're tweeting about what they're talking about like double jut jump in when you can fit in when you were you can and that's important because you don't want to sound like irrelevant like okay. Everyone's talking about the election. And then you wanna talk about now. No pumpkins okay. It's like what is your you're crazy. You don't even know what's going on in the world so that's on our people you have to be relevant and and and that is one of the main things going on twitter seeing what's trending and seeing. What is that the last thing that fat journalists that the reporter producer whoever whatever they were working on.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

03:36 min | 10 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"In who they're selling to so have you looked at the recent content. Have you looked at seo. Because that's something that matters in digital media so search engine optimization. What key words are trendy Keep works for your industry. Our trendy. what Subject matters trending. Is this even on topic or value to the editor i would say is built. Relationships stuff still matters like even cove in nineteen. I've got a lot of opportunities through word of mouth. I mean people are not even doing coffee meetings or anything of that. Nature see that shows the power of relationships so they're all co sale people. I'm not a fan of the early. Needs to be. Strategic especially for larger media company or media company has a lot of followers or a huge audience or a major sponsors major ants. If you look at their web sites they're they're not running mom and pop so that that's the money people so you really want to build a relationship and Really leverage. Getting to know that particular editor. Now how do you do that. Editor whoever your patients who saw a writer even Here's another thing. Because i just thought of this win. Speaking on that some entrepreneurs. I've notice or brands of people who are building brands. They'll go to the top person right so they can only respect the publisher or the associate editor the editor chief. But what they don't realize. Is that assistant actually has the bitter or The perky you think is low on the totem pole really has a lot of power Had been could brain stories to me. And i literally would just approve it because of because i trust therapy. You know or a freelance at already. Have a relationships. Because sometimes i get this to. They'll be people who maybe i contacted them. being a freelancer right and i may get like the brushoff or i may not get a response for like a week. But after they've done some research and they say oh. You were new york times by all of a sudden. I'm getting a lot of emails a lot of follow. Nc that shows you how they operate and again these are things that if we were in person and you got my business car would you have treated me that way. But digitally be an email pitch. This is how the intrigued and pitching is a process. That's another thing people forget it say process. It's not something where you just let me. Just throw this out here. Let me just you know. Send a bunch of emails mass emails to people. It's rounding down through the select. All don't do that. I'm gonna do one press release. Select all here you go. Yeah press release. I think you should tell her. I mean you could have your bones on pr news wire. Whatever service you use but maybe tailor it like. Sometimes i receive a press release announced. What what does this have to do with me i. This is nice and everything but this is not what i cover for example. I don't i don't cover fashion but someone will send me a press release about a new bathing suit. Line is coming out. I don't and you wanna know like okay. Well i'm managing editor of black enterprise. Is it a black designer. Some kind of angle hook of like.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"Because it was very scary to just jump out there and try since college. I'd always had like what people say. You got a good job girl. Got here on your own. You know. But i just felt led to do that. I mean i. I use spirituality a lot. Hope it doesn't offend anyone. But i am a person of faith in so yeah i believe in servant leadership in so i'm led to do things i wished i was led by millions of dollars or a good job. But that's not necessarily what i'm lab. I'm led by purpose in what i'm called to do and so at the time i single and didn't have any kids so i said let me just jump out there now while i can't and i did and i had the support even of people who rely you know what you know. We hate to lose you but do your thing girl. You know entrepreneurship weekly support. You know and it was an amazing experience so long story short. That's me currently I've still been doing consulting. I love writing. Like i'm an editor and writer at heart so i still for various publications within the verticals of minority whip argue that wicker his publications but My passion like i said right now is to follow. Servant leadership is something that i'm trying to develop and strengthen myself and continue to do in my constituency as well as the cycle stories are writing edit or one of the things because you are such a good writer. Uc stories you see new. You said your stepdad. He was broadcasting. I mean so it's all around you live in the number one media company so to nell hazelwood dot com. Go there and find out about her. She's a storyteller. But what i want to tell janelle is at. Because she's so fabulous everything that she does she went to hampton. What i wanna know is has hampton covered you. Have they covered. Have they covered you like their alumni newsletter or their alumni magazine. Oh yes yes. They've covered me in the past wrote. I've been covered. And i've even visited to speak and i've stayed in touch. They used to have their pr person. i was in touch with her for years she was in. I was in college. I don't think she's there anymore. They was yuri. They stayed in touch and very supportive. And then sometimes. I even visit. Because right now i actually relocated to virginia. My mom's side of the family is from virginia near there anyway. Yeah as out. You know whenever i can visit because obviously with the cogan and everything from arrive by or been on campus to get my transcript. So you know things of that nature and get the but yet they're always super so asked alumni network these heavy this and so it's amazing like the history of the campus as some of the amazing things. They're still doing like. Dr harvey has been the president for more than twenty seven years ago. I really yeah. I really admire him. And actually i did a story on him for black enterprise which was a nice moment as well. Yeah yeah so have. They have covered me..

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"Then you probably saw when you were covering that that that is like the area that is a growth that is growth and they're looking for ways to connect with us. You know the these are red black and green and l. Because because of that right is like bets my thing now just willy. If you notice that it's like very likely black ryan like this. This is the thing. But i want people to understand that. Quit looking so much so marica to really validate you and support you and endorse you. When you have family across the continent you know. I would agree. I would agree and often times We were very welcome. So sometimes i would go to a lot of the business meet ups i would go to a lot of the events Covered in nigeria entertainment awards also things with other african publications which are awesome In so face to face africa just so many different organizations especially being in new york where there was always a synergy. You people are connecting Contribute a lot monitor. And they are they. Are they make up. A huge percentage of high earners and entrepreneurs and though do the global content. It was just a need as well. You know they wanted to see their stories being told and they ran back in the prize. You know they were huge supporters of black enterprise. And so i was happy to be able to really connect with that community in. I hope to do more there as well. I had a client. Actually one of my first clients actually When i left from being an associate managing editor out went full time as a consultant In my consultantcy a caters to minority and women entrepreneurs and founders the skills in tools that i learned Working for the new york times. Conde nast and black enterprise with diversity women as well Some of the things. I've been able to learn about storytelling and how to pitch and how to use your story In a dynamic way to find success whatever. Success means to you If that's you know. Revenue a boost in in your trying to brand lucia. Brian many entrepreneurs as you probably know to They're great at the end. The boss running the business but they're not necessarily they have last spots when it comes to communication or writing or the website you know just a little nuances of branding from what i had seen as studied in Just being part of these large companies. I thought that the small business owner and the founder should benefit from that knowledge as well. It shouldn't just be the big companies that are making all this money are getting all this. Assess when this you know you. Small businesses awesome to and you have an audience and you have a calling and a purpose is on. What use it so my first client. Ashley was a nonprofit that works out of ghana and so i was able to travel to ghana. Yeah i'm jealous beyond now. So amazing it was. I beyond like visiting the slave castle. Getting to know the community that they catered to orphans and so we went to villages. Did some community work. And i just basically see her story manifested in reality. That was just an amazing gift from them They took me to ghana this client and it was just amazing things that she was able to do with her nonprofit and to see how you know you're storytelling is manifested in real life in real people you know and that was a.

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"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

05:10 min | 10 months ago

"12 pitch" Discussed on Get Out There and Get Known Podcast

"I ended up working for a regional paper. That new york times owns caused the spartanburg herald journal. I did two years. There was awesome experience at Just to get my feet wet. And then i ended up getting a chance. Opportunity right before recession actually Ado point that out. 'cause i just wanna be encouraging people that can be blessed to find opportunities even within what they would say bad economic times though that was around two thousand seven. Two thousand eight Where i was able to work with than in your at times as a freelancer. And then i went on. I worked for essence as well. I intern with them And i ended up working at black enterprise which dream for me because i love catering to the black audience. You know i've always had a passion for Just the dynamic storytelling earl grey's Or news alfred edmund junior and just so many people learn from their at least a gums as simone so many people could name their Who really year..

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