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"amc networks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:35 min | 5 months ago

"amc networks" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is another manic Monday and no one's at home. But there's a very small audience today in this week, In fact, for the rest of the summer, it's well known in the media that After Thanksgiving. It's basically forget about I mean, there's some people listen to radio. I know people in the media. Who know numbers very well. And they say drops off like a rock after Thanksgiving. So if you are listening to this break radio show, thank you for listening. And you already know those of your listening that after January I am moving on to, uh, original podcasts, which you could still get from Apple and all the others as you've been downloading my current podcasts. You'll still be able to do so only instead of them being radio shows. Put up his podcast. They're gonna be original shows that I create just for the podcast. And as of right now, I think I have a radio show for Sunday nights. Within 800 Colin number For those of you who are heartbroken and lost the thought of not hearing me anymore. On the radio, you will be able to stream the show anywhere in the world so it may be from a small station somewhere in America. Or other small stations. But you could pick up the stream of the Sunday that radio show and I'm doing it primarily because I want to keep in touch with my audience through the 855 number. If we can use that number And so the topics today are these 150 plus arrested as anti lock down protesters march in London. Defined police warning to obey covert 19 restrictions. So the police in the UK Who would permit people to march and scream death to the queen. Down with Britain are arresting Red blooded Brits who was saying Go to hell. Michael Savage still banned from UK petitions, Donald Trump to step in US media layoffs on track for record high in 2020 Are you a member of the media listening to this show? Now that you have nothing to do you turning around on the diet is saying, you know, let's let's listen to him. Has been in the media for 26 years. It was his third career. Look how well he did. What is he doing right that I did wrong. I don't know. What are you gonna do with yourself? You can't learn and I We're gonna go into the way they're gonna retrain you. Pelosi's gonna give you a job making solar screens in Nevada. You know, I love all these liars on the left. That there's gonna be billions of new jobs of the green new deal. What jobs? There are no jobs. Viacom, CBS, Comcast is the 18 he cuts throughout the year. AMC Networks cut one in 10 workers last week. Viacom, CBS laid off 40 or 50 people. It's only gonna get worse, much worse. What are all these people in the media going to do with themselves? What kind of jobs can they find? Not all of them could stay home and do zoom meetings. And then if they do that, they're liable to have a moment. Like what's his name? Jim? The guy touched himself on the zoo meeting by accident. Who? Peter Peter Toobin. Peter Touch this tube in Jeffrey Toobin touched his tube in So, Toobin. Why do people do a thing like that? They get sick. They just like O C. D. New York Times reported over the weekend that the Democrats suffered crushing losses. During the last election. I know if you know this. Democrats suffered crushing down ballot losses across America. Says a post election analysis by The New York Times. November. 28th article credits President Donald Trump's populist coalition for the Democrat's loss of seats in the House and worse. The Democrats failure to gain control of more state legislatures before the critical redistricting in 2021. Now we could talk about voting irregularities with regard to the presidential race, but I'm not going to do that. There's nothing to talk about. We know they stole the election. And as I told you last week You say? Well, it couldn't be done, and it makes no sense Logically. In other words, you just said that the Republicans gain seats in the house. Just said Republicans gain seats in state legislatures. And yet you're saying there was election fraud? Right? Course it makes perfect sense. Because the corrupt Republican Party Consisting largely of carpetbaggers, much like the Democrat Party. They're nothing but glorified lobbyists. When are you gonna understand? That whether it has a D or an R next to its name, whether it's in the center of the house, they're glorified lobbyists. It's a pay for play situation. If you got enough money you get in to see them. That's how it works. So the status quo did not want this outsider that this disruptor Donald Trump to be around any longer. So the Republicans in my opinion worked with the Democrats, along with the Celente rates in the media. To get rid of President Trump. He's a waiter. But you said they gain seats in the house, right? Because that way they have. They still have their power. The Republicans, don't you understand that? They have the appropriations. The House Appropriations Committee is fantastically important job. So they only appropriations in the Senate in the house. What do they need The presidency for? You know to them. It's just a figurehead like the queen of England. It doesn't really matter who's in the presidency to them. This way. They can continue to do what they've always done, which is rob the public blind. That's all Bang rim shot. So here we are. I don't know what you want to talk about. Today. We played already to sound. I gave you everything about band in Britain. Tells you can read about it. You don't care about freedom of speech. You really? I don't think people care about anything right now. I personally think that people are so burned out. From four years of this mayhem. And this election, which has been going on for over a year. Now. I think they've tuned out completely. You know, the aftereffects of trip to fame may be much more pronounced than we think. And as you well know, Turkey is very, very dense with trip to fame. That's why you almost collapsed after eating Turkey. Mike came out. Good, by the way. Simple. You know, I tried it. 100. Different ways speaking recipes. Jim, did your turkey come out Good. This year was my best. I tried a whole new technique. I didn't mess with it once during the entire cooking process. It's a simple is it could be. I washed the turkey and oh, don't wash the turkey. What do you want? Staphylococcus all over it. You want all of the bacteria that birds have all over the skin. Why don't you wash it in the sink? What kind of idiots giving out advice like this? Come from a tradition where we wash poultry. We saw the poultry Thoroughly and then we wash it again to get the salt off the bird. Then we patted dry, Then we cook it. I cooked it for It's simple. It's 15 to 20 minutes a pound. 3 50. That's the end of the story. You don't even have to baste it. Baste at once. If you want to put a little piece of aluminum foil over the over the breast about an hour out before it's over, not to burn it. It's perfect. All of these complicated recipes. I don't understand why they're necessary. So there we are on my recipes, by the way, strangely enough on Twitter. People say why you're wasting your time. With recipes on Twitter. People like them. Didn't go on periscope last night. It was alone. Oh, did I drink a good wine the other night? My God, But you can't do that every night. You cannot drink a really good wine every night. You get sick from it. Some people drink wine all the time. Every night. You know when they hung over virtually all the time..

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Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:28 min | 5 months ago

Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

"Let's get some more color on those equity markets. We can't do that with Bloomberg Markets reporter Pretty Gupta critic. What you looking at this morning? Well, Good morning, Paul. Good morning, Bonnie. It is very low volume today also sing very low volatility, so it's slim pickings were talking about individual equity movers. But I'm gonna give it a shot under the hood here. The big story here is gonna be in biotech and sage Therapeutics. Ticker s a G partnering with Biogen. Take Herbie II be to develop and commercialize their depression and movement disorders. Drugs Iran alone now Excuse me if I pronounced that wrong, but you really saw Sage Therapeutics really skyrocket in the pre market share's going up 15%. Also to the upside AMC networks that film the Cinema Company, Of course, Take a M C X. Joining the small cap 600 Index shares up 6.5% in the premarket on I do want to go to the downside because those stories seem to be a little bit more interesting for me. But crypto Link stocks really declining here with Bitcoin declining for its third day as well, You're seeing the likes of riot Blockchain ticker R I O t down about 17%. Marathon patent Group M A. R A. Is the ticker another 17% drop there and Big Digital Beaty Beaty down 14% Once again, those are those crypto link stocks and we huge mentioned that decline in gold as well. Paul. Those gold stocks is gold mining stocks were down by Newmont and barracks gold under a little bit of pressure this morning, Newmont down 1.4% of the pre market very scold down about a percentage and a half

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"amc networks" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"amc networks" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"She was in the room when a police officer told her about stranger danger. But she never came home that day. Amy Mahalo. Vic never came home at all. You know, she was lured to base square basically to be abducted since Amy disappeared. These streets normally filled with Children playing have been strangely quiet 30 years later, her murder remains one of the nation's most high profile, kidnapping and killing cases. But could three strands of decades old evidence lead police to a killer. This lead will solve the case or well. Amy's murder remain unsolved. Amy should be 40 a new podcast from three news in Cleveland and vault studios. Listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one This is a Bloomberg money minute. Kodak says that mishandled the process of awarding stock option grants to its CEO before the announcement that the company was to receive a large government loan. After the loan was announced. The stock surged and independent legal review commissioned by Kodak concludes the company did not violate the law. Shares of Kodak or moving higher this morning in pre market trading, AMC Networks surged in late trading after the company announced a major stock buy back and said that the 93 year old Charles Dolan will step down. Executive chairman. It was the second job change for AMC Networks yesterday with news it's finance chief is leaving to take the same role. It's serious exam. JPMorgan Chase sent home some of its Manhattan workers this week after an employee and equities trading tested positive for covert 19, a person with knowledge of what happened, says employees were told about the infection on September 13th just days after the bank told senior traders they be required to return to their offices by September, 21st genus.

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"amc networks" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"ANC is known for shows like breaking bad and walking dead and madmen as well shows that dominated ratings before streaming companies started dominating people eyeballs right. Sarah Barnett is the president of AMC Networks Entertainment Payment Group that includes the BBC America Sundance TV IFC and of course AMC in its own streaming service. She has been in the job about a year an interesting year. I think to take over the network with so much changing in the business of Television Sarah Brunette. Thanks for coming in. I'm going to start with a very subjective question. Okay how do you know when something's GonNa be good on TV. I mean I guess I believe that everything in the subjective God knows better than any other part of us. I think what's good what's right. There's obviously all of the business side to it. And you need to be as focused on molecule to pull from as many pertz to have as many insights as she possibly can but then I think when you sort of have to forget about all of that and you hope that it kind of synthesizes in the back of your brain somewhere and then I think it's about putting a great team who are Out there talking to turnover unlikely rocks to find you and fresh talent and then I think it is a an undeniable idea. Those ideas that you would be jealous if somebody else had those ideas that just create kind of Shiva And then there's the execution piece that you know the knowing about the idea of the believing you know about an idea is just the beginning. Then there's the the execution which is every bit as sort of torturous and exciting and rich and difficult as getting to the place of genius concept I saw you described as a curator by that I think is a bit pretentious. Who Back on quite what else to say? I think that My background is is in marketing. And I think the I bring a sense of brind signed a sense of building. Something that makes sense as a cohesive whole while never ever been Richard about what that thing you'll building is you always have to be responsive to the changing worlds changing audience changing culture around you. If what you're doing going to resume you know solo as always a twisty tiny path thoughts. Yeah I love what I do and I feel remark grateful. I I hear that about you. Know the twisty Turny path but and to that shiver and loving what you do and to the to the meat of of what it is that you do are these interesting times have been television. Good Times or challenging times all of the above official and unlocks more it is it has never been more wildly thrilling massively anxious making is never been more confounding to plot path but I think the only way to come and I think the remarkable nature of now in many ways just in TV in many ways is the sort of thrill of opening. Open yourself up to just having see likes whatever might have worked previously in whatever ways you thought you knew things may not be right and so I think that surrounding yourself with people who yeah who are brilliant unhu compliment you. Who and who challenge you? I mean that's crucial. It always has been but I think more than ever I I don't WanNa get into the. What's it like being a female executive in this economy today and all of that? Because I know one guy and I'm sure you get those conversations all the time but but I this question. We'll be seen as gendered and I apologize for that both of you into the listeners. But I'm genuinely curious your expressing more uncertainty To me now in this interview then many CEO have ever dared to. And I just I find that really interesting. Yeah it's impossible not to have agendas ended Explanation I think although I will say you know a couple of things technically not a CEO and president of various bits of the CEO at AMC networks is a guy the judge Is Herself very nice things about you. It's mutual and I I the Nice thing about to say is he's a man who you think will express also some vulnerability and Ah Confident ability to say. Yeah Ah you don't always know You know having said that I I would say that within his I hope my expressions of of doubt I believe lies the strength to succeed at times like now and conventional wisdom might say you have to be Enormous to survive It's why I believe I am see has always come out the other side of moments of disruption stronger. I think it's because we don't follow conventional wisdom and we do chart our course and that is done in a way that is I think rich and interesting Leeann with something. You said early on about When I asked you how you you know something's going to be good and you said that thing which I totally resonate with about a sense of professional jealousy that you hadn't thought of it What are you jealous about rain? MHM succession succession is genius. And it's the kind of show that aims to networks along with you know the the killing US obviously mad men and breaking bad launch forty-nine recently a ton of things there's a legacy right there's such there's such a rich legacy in the bronze and shows that we have on AMC networks you think about the last a second television without Antionette works. It would have been denuded in ways. which would be pretty terrible for the work? And I I think one of the things. I don't know if I'm jealous. I'm Not Jealous of the Big checkbooks that people have. I wouldn't say that You know money money can be very helpful and we all need enough money to do what we need to do in our businesses But but I don't think that sort of unfettered resources ever great for the creative process and I just really interesting when streaming services are spending a good jillion dollars as you sit there nodding in person your lips. It really is interesting. And I think that a weld whether era you know four to eight. Big companies conglomerates making television with global audiences risk. Get squeezed out of that. I think algorithms optimize the same anything that what I'm interested in and what my team is interested in lame see networks is those things that aren't already proven. You know phoebe Waller Bridge before fleeing had launched and Vince Vince Gilligan before she wrote a show and many many other examples so thinking about how our platforms can content in front onto people that is connected to really rich bronze Plays with the different ways that people are watching today. I think it's really exciting. Serb-run she's the president of eighteen hours. Sarah thanks law..

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"amc networks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"amc networks" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Man sues police claiming officers beat him in his own home for no reason Joseph harder claims police barged into his Kansas city Kansas home in the middle of the night attacked him and then literally added insult to injury by charging him with battery of a law enforcement officer the Kansas city star reporting the beating was so severe harder was temporarily blinded by blood in his eyes the federal lawsuit alleging the forty three year old was the victim of illegal entry battery false imprisonment and excessive force in the October twenty eighteen incident court records show the battery charge against harder was dropped two months later the lawsuit seeks compensation for harder's medical bills and lasting trauma no police officers were charged Steve Rappaport fox news a jury awards and eight point six million dollar verdict in the death of walking dead stop man John Byrne occur it fell to his death working on the show in July twenty seventeen variety reports Thursday's verdict found T. W. D. eight and its production company stalwart films war negligent and burn occurs death but AMC networks was not the battle between Disney and Netflix for streaming Sir promisee rages on shares of Disney lower for most the day shares of Netflix popping despite a report published by callin that says it conducted a survey that shows that Netflix bled to one point one million subscribers to Disney plus in November their estimates also suggest another one point six million could follow but the streets taking it on the channel line of analysts still like Netflix basically saying they knew it would have a tough year more competition but what's special about Disney plus the Disney library it's so expensive it's got something for everybody also this year the other services they're stepping up their original content so Netflix has to do more but that doesn't mean it can't meet the bar calendar outlook for Netflix is actually positive Jackie DeAngelis fox news Carmen Roberts and this is fox news from.

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"amc networks" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"amc networks" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"City man sues police claiming officers beat him in his own home for no reason Joseph harder claims police barged into his Kansas city Kansas home in the middle of the night attacked him and then literally added insult to injury by charging him with battery of a law enforcement officer the Kansas city star reporting the beating was so severe harder was temporarily blinded by blood in his eyes the federal lawsuit alleging the forty three year old was the victim of illegal entry battery false imprisonment and excessive force in the October twenty eighteen incident court records show the battery charge against harder was dropped two months later the lawsuit seeks compensation for harder's medical bills and lasting trauma no police officers were charged Steve Rappaport fox news a jury awards an eight point six million dollar verdict in the death of walking dead stop man John Byrne occur it fell to his death working on the show in July twenty seventeen variety reports Thursday's verdict found T. W. D. eight and its production company stalwart films war negligent and burn occurs death but AMC networks was not the battle between Disney and net Flix for streaming supremacy rages on shares of Disney lower for most the day shares of Netflix popping despite a report published by callin that says it conducted a survey that shows that Netflix bill led to one point one million subscribers to Disney plus in November their estimates also suggest another one point six million could follow but the streets taking it on the chin a lot of analysts still like Netflix basically saying they knew it would have a tough year more competition but what's special about Disney plus the Disney library it's so expensive it's got something for everybody also this year the other services they're stepping up their original content so Netflix has to do more but that doesn't mean it can't meet the bar calendar outlook for Netflix is actually positive Jackie DeAngelis fox.

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The Breaking Bad movie gets a name and an intriguing teaser trailer

Steve Cochran

01:16 min | 1 year ago

The Breaking Bad movie gets a name and an intriguing teaser trailer

"Breaking bad news breaking bad news is also kind of first look thing that they released over over the weekend they released their like a kind of a teaser trailer short teaser trailer number one confirming that there will be a breaking bad movie it's only been rumored up until this point but the releases little teaser trailer they released the name of the movie called El Camino a breaking bad movie we know that it's going to be centered around Aaron Paul's character Jesse Pinkman of there's not a prequel it's not a prequel apparently it's going to be what happened to Jesse Pinkman after the breaking bad series which doesn't mean there can't be flashbacks to take you back in a land because that would be a good way of getting Bryan Cranston into the whole thing one of the great actors anywhere absolutely we know that Bob Odenkirk is in it because he spilled the beans about a week ago and said that movie was made but now we also know that it's going to be on Netflix on October eleventh for couple weeks and then it's going to move over to the AMC network were breaking bad up again there's a lot of licensing money out there they licensing the math at all you can get some actually was a math I don't think maybe when you go to the concession stand you get like milk duds about math pock corn ju ju be back math your use braille sprinkled

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Robert Kirkman And AMC discussed on Z Morning Zoo

Z Morning Zoo

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Robert Kirkman And AMC discussed on Z Morning Zoo

"Here's here's here's the walking dead is finally dead I mean dag dead well the creator of the walking dead Robert Kirkman he's the guy who made the comic book to the show is based on he said that today's issue of the walking dead comic is the last one so even though the comic book of the dead AMC networks are no no we're gonna keep the show going for the next decade

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Disney Takes Full Operational Control Of Hulu, Will Buy Out Comcast In Five Years

The Frame

06:02 min | 2 years ago

Disney Takes Full Operational Control Of Hulu, Will Buy Out Comcast In Five Years

"The annual up-front are taking place this week in New York City. It's when broadcast and cable networks gathered to unveil their fall lineups and make their pitch to advertisers today. Disney announced its plans to buy com casher of Hulu for no less than five point eight billion dollars giving Disney full control of the streaming site. Bloomberg news reporter, Lucas Shaw told me what Disney plans to do with its new acquisition all the executives who that asked. Today said it was too soon to know, you know, one divide that we know is that is neat. Plus or all of the family fund friendly has classic Disney programs so Pixar, and then also some marvel and in Star Wars who is going to be home to more of the adult show. So like, the FX network which had American horror story and people for so Jay and pose those shows are likely to live on. Hulu how exactly that's gonna work still being sorted out. Some of the other networks, you know, what's the different shows on ABC or could end up in in both places. And also dizzy has ESPN plus which is going to be sports streaming service. So Disney total will have what five streaming platforms in the next couple of years or four at least by the end of this year. It'll have the three big ones of of Disney, plus. Who and ESPN plus, and then there may be some some smaller one round the margin. But I think if you're gonna put all of its investment into those three as John Landgraf, the head of FX said this morning, there's not a whole lot of sense in being a smaller streaming service competing now that you have some of these huge companies, apple Amazon. Netflix is knee AT and T com. Asked all kind of racing toward the same place. John Landgraf also says he's letting FX now go away. And instead the streaming for FX will now go on Hulu. So it does feel like there's a massive consolidation even between the FOX and Disney and ABC assets right now. Yeah. And it's funny. You know, we used to talk about in the entertainment business. There's a lot of talk about the six meters ios, and that was mostly in reference to the movies, but it's true and TV too and that six has shifted where you still because of the consolidation. The Disney is is still a really big player. Universal is through Comcast which owns it. But you know, have the. Of the tech guys seated at that table thing that also seems to be happening is that the networks are canceling a lot of shows, and obviously that are going to be introducing new ones does it feel as if they're higher profile shows that are now being axed. The number of shows that really matter on broadcast has gone down. You know, you look at what the ratings are what the shows that people are talking about. And they're just not a lot of new broadcast hits every year. You know, when you were talking making reference to big shows getting cancelled one of the big shows that you think got cancelled with was empire, you know, just four years ago that was the big new hit on TV. You know, great news for FOX it added viewers every week season. Finale was watched by like seventeen eighteen million people and just a few years later the audience for that show is really shriveled. It's not even one of the sixty most watched shows on on TV anymore. So it seemed to make sense for FOX to have that end after six season, and then the type of show that really capitalizes and an audience every year like empire did a few years ago is few and far between you've had empire that this is compare that the number of sexy shows that have come out on streaming or on cable in recent years in broadcasts and share of pop culture, just shrinks every year dizzy. His obviously been on a spending spree and buying a lot of the assets of Twentieth Century, Fox. And now, it's Hulu deal. Are there are other networks and media companies that feel like they're a little bit behind is there one network. In other words, that has more to prove at the up front than others right now that, you know, the companies that have a lot to prove or actually the the smaller media companies that own cable network, most of the companies that own a big broadcast network CBS NBC ABC FOX are in a little stronger position because the audiences for those broadcast networks are still quite large. Whereas the audience is for a lot of these smaller cable networks the ones owned by discovery. Viacom, AMC networks aren't a little more little more of a challenge. But among the four broadcast networks NBC and CBS are far ahead of their competition. ABC announced that it is cancelling an Oscar host for next year's award show. The head of ABC said they were so pleased with with how the show went this year the ratings were up, and they announced that on the same day that they said that Jimmy Kimmel was sticking around for another three years. So it would have seemed like if you wanted to have him come back as as Oskar host. You might put that announcement together. But Franken is as you're as somebody who watches the Oscars. I thought it worked pretty well. Without a host didn't talk specifically about NBC. It's part of Comcast. And NBC universal is going to launch its own streaming service. How does it affect shows like the office, which right now is available on Netflix? But might be going away is that the right impression the fate of shows like the office and friends and some of the reruns that are quite popular on Netflix is is is up for debate right now what you have is companies like Comcast and AT and T who studios own though shows trying to decide what they want to do with them because they're coming up with their own streaming services. You certainly want to have if you're Comcast. You wanna have the office on the NBC universal streaming service. If you're eighty and he Warner media, you wanna be able to offer friends on yours, but you get paid so much money by net flicks for those reruns, and you get to expose that show to to a bunch of those. You're netflix. It's the largest audience if any streaming service, so what they may do is take an of a almost like a timeshare approach where it'll it'll exist on both. And it's not so different. You know, friends is on Netflix now, but reruns are also vailable on traditional TV on different cable networks, and so you could see media companies do that or they may choose to remove the show altogether. They haven't announced plans brighter, those programs yet

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"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Which is we just republished this chart? It's our media landscape. It says everyone sized by market cap guys like a constellation of the university people really like this charge. Yeah. You guys are on their you're very small compared to the the Hemas that Disney FOX thing just got much bigger than it did last year. And so the inevitable question is for all the little dots assumption is they're going to have to be consumed. They're going gonna be bought by someone somewhere. How often are you talking about whether or not someone's y- make sense to sell the company? I I get that. You're running a public company, very constrained. About what you can actually talk about. Oh, sure. It's top of mind all the time you yes. And no, it's you know, we're a three plus billion dollar company which relatively become smaller in your yes. In your chart, but that's I would like to three billion dollars. It's just as that's the size of it yet. So so we have a couple of thousand employees three billion. You know, your numbers are public last year. We had half a billion dollars or free cash flow. So I think we have adequate resources to do what we do. And we've been growing and expanding it now for many years in a in a row, and I don't want to say something radical just for the sake of it. But there have been acquisitions in the media world in the past that have not necessarily worked out perfectly. There's been some misalignment sure and some expectations that have been perfect. So there's a certainly a rush to in some cases for companies to bulk up. With some clear, and I think some less clear notions of what the absolute benefits will be. Yeah, I guess the counter is that they're actually hasn't been this bulking up. We after the Time Warner deal got cleared about the supreme court last year. We all many of us, including me said is everyone's going to get bought all the buying is going to happen. It's a year plus later it hasn't happened. Yeah. And I also think I mean, I I would ask rhetorically unless you want answered do you think that and this is not meant to be defensive? It's a subject that. Of course crosses our minds. We do think we've operated successfully now for some fairly long period of time. We've asked ourselves and been asked questions about consolidation that occurred in the last ten years on the district cable distribution side of the world, whether that would be threatening it turned out to be very beneficial to us because we were selling to companies that had more smarts. Wherewithal and Casson charter bought everyone turned out to be fine for you turn out to be excellent for us. I think our business if you look at the numbers are distribution, actually increased distribution. Revenue increase, and we prospered in a regime in which at least the the the immediate skeptical response was it will not be good for you. So I think some trends when they're in the moment don't turn out. Exactly as people think the story, we'll be written. Sometimes they do. But they're not all linear. I think this is a recurring theme in this discussions. Good. I want to go back and see how many times we talked where you said, you're you're your plot or your summary of the plot is incorrect, I think bunch hopefully say too many times. So it's good. I like pushback I liked having you on. I would like to do this at a longer length, but there's a lot there. Yeah. Yeah. You take the studio back from us. Thank you for coming on so much for having pleasure. Thanks to you guys for listening Recode media's produced by gold. Arthur Joe Robbie edits the show. He doesn't awesome job. Thanks to our sponsors who bring you this show for free. Like this episode tell someone else about if you really liked it. Leave us a review on apple podcast. Somewhere else that delivers podcast to you. Thanks again for listening. We'll be back probably in a couple

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"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"And I think over time we'll find ourselves excuse the expression running multiple play books, and we'll find out what happens when we run various different playbook that is not invalidate or question. The plot of any of the companies who have said, no, I'm going to do it this way only I was going to ask you about this later, but provided a segue. You do have your own s Fahd services. You are selling your own stuff direct to consumers. This is what everyone many people say they wanted to have done it. And for whatever reason having generated that much attention from people like me at least, but you've been doing the one I can name up. My head is. Cutter right to make sure I got this you that's horror films. There's three others. So you may not be fan of British mysteries. You don't look like you are and still judgmental. That's correct. It was actually done on demographic basis attends to a little bit older. It tends to skew a little bit older. So you didn't seem like you're right demo and because I'm familiar with the demographics. And so I made that harsh and cruel judgment. And so it tends to skew older. And it that we purchase that business last year. We're in partnership we own eighty plus percent of it with Bob Johnson. And it's growing extremely well. It's called acorn, right? And along with that came I think a brilliant service called urban movie channel or UMC that is the first dedicated service to urban audiences in the US. And then worldwide that is free to really try and connect the creative community with people. That's the MVP and to his growing and then. We have another one called Sundance now, which is trading in. I think thoughtful documentaries and some interesting crime dramas, but not salacious crime dramas ones that are really about poor the human condition, and and they're all going well, and they're all growing, so even running these at Disney on the brain right now, just of course, if they're going to announce their recording this, but so everyone is wondering how the TV guys are going to do it selling stuff direct to consumers over the internet. You're doing it you're in. What have you learned? What did you get? Right. What did you go back on the drywall? Yeah. So you know, I think a few things we've now at it for four to five years. So it's not nude us. We've got an on the earlier side, but we determined that we wanted to get in for a series of reasons with more dedicated highly specific audiences as opposed to general interest entertainment horror films. You should subscribe to shutter. It is the one it's the one and one and one and if you look at the ratings. People love it. They stand up in a plus they think it's the thing. That speaks to them the coolest thing in town. If you like that, and we think that you guys put up numbers for those. We have not. So there is because there's resilience and predictability and less churn. If you have someone who's enthusiastic truly about Sean routes, very meaningful because otherwise you tend to be subject just to get to one piece of it. The answers are what matter are churn rates disconnect rates the tech stack and getting the tech stack. Right. So you're interfaces seamless on multiple devices, your cost per acquisition or hell you sell, and.

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"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"And then we set and slurry or so. Quench your rights or subsequent rights or different geographic than Netflix of the world who Amazon in foreign territory that we don't operate a cable channel, and and that's become perhaps fifteen or so plus percent round numbers of our business. So we've become a studio to use that word. It doesn't mean we have a commissary. It simply means that we manufacture an own material, and we have distribution revenues, and then we have licensing and merchandising revenue. So yes, we've actually significantly diversified the nature of our revenue. How does the fact that when you're thinking about making a show and putting a show on air? The fact that you are also now thinking that you are going to sell that show to an Amazon or not flex or somewhere somewhere outside of the US. How does that affect sort of what you might purchase? And then and now so how long you might air it. I've this notion my head that you guys and other networks are keeping stuff on longer when I don't know five six years ago. You might have pulled it because the ratings weren't great. But you. This is going to value when we sell it somewhere else. Yeah. I think it's a it's a fair point. So we first and foremost have a vigilant creative screen because we do have have believed from early on and continued to believe that there would be many new entrance moving into television. Which there have many more opportunities for people to find what they want and to stand out into be distinguished. You're going to have to be not okay, not good. But great to whatever group of people coming into watch shoes. Got to really make your way to go find ping through the dial. Not. And so I will say so putting you mentioned killing even thank you for doing that. But because I think there are a number of entities that are sort of pressing the green light button with great speed today. And and they're moving to do very high volume because it suits their business. The main the main conventional TV criticism of Netflix. And then other guys. Call it an observation stuff I've just called surveys. So don't think that we would find our way to killing eve if we were pressing a button that said a show about a female assassin and a so-called cop in pursuit of one another is necessarily going to be the winning formula that will rule the world. It was in the nuance of the script that made killing eve killing eve. Similarly, I think better call Saul would not have been. We wouldn't have made it just so called for the money. Now, we're mindful of our is, of course, we're in business. But first green is creative. Will it be a great show will tell a great story will the characters live in your skull in a way that you actually is a competitor. And then, and is it compelling, but I I was asking about was something that might have modest ratings. Yeah. That you're more likely to keep it on air because you wanna be able to have multiple seasons to sell in a couple of years is that is that is that a fair way to characterize businesses changed. I think the answer is by degree. Yes. And is because where I mentioned the multiple manner means if expectation if we're getting money from subsequent sales in the US and from foreign sales and other means of distribution than the economic return of that show has different genetics and immediate rating use perhaps was paramount earlier. And it's now a piece. Of what got so I've mentioned Netflix several times. I don't think you mentioned by name, but you work with deflects. The the Netflix narrative in the olden days used to be they've got a bunch of junk. And then for a while, it was there helping people you guys were often the prime example, they Bill they help build an audience for shows like madman because people who didn't see it win and aired have sent been watching it been binging on it for seasons. And now they're watching live and now the conventional wisdom from the TV guys is Netflix is immortal threat, and we need to muster all the defenses we have and or offense and take them on as your view of net..

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"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"But still makes you know, less of it than these other places and still has a linear service, and they can promote episodic rollouts things like big little lies. And so for some craters attractive, mostly it's whoever has the biggest check that's almost always wins. And and and and then in cases where they don't care about money. It's who can do the best EMMY campaign, and in that case, you know, if you have fewer shows to promote and to self to Emmys that could be an advantage. And I think you know, I think it's going to be all be based upon, you know, individual talent. And then what their needs are at any time. I think they're all good homes in some ways. They're plenty of people are very very happy. That's like I don't see any of it instead shonda rhimes or or or Ryan Murphy's unhappy about going there, some smaller producers, maybe but. They're also getting the chance to make the shows. They want exactly how they want to. So that's not a bad thing. The the the biggest check I think still wins in twenty nineteen Joe. This is great to talk to you. I'm gonna meet you in person someday sort of now we've done Twitter, we'll do doing phone. We'll do we'll do IRL at some point the near future. I look I wanted to go. Thanks for your time. Thank you. Thank you. Again. You can follow Joe on Twitter, which you should do it. Tv Mo-jo M O J O E, you'll be happy. You did if you're not doing that already. We're gonna take a quick break. So we can hear from a fine sponsor who allows you to hear Recode media for free. Today's show is sponsored by MAC Weldon. I want to fatty tell you that MacWorld and makes the most comfortable hoodies sweatpants..

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"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Or are they in the dark as the rest of us a little bit in the dark eight day? They know that it's a place that's committed to making good shows. You know, there was a little bit of there has been some drama in some of the printed print pieces about whether or not apple is really trying to be family friendly ended ended up whenever challenging show that I don't think that's the case at all. I don't think they wanna do, you know, truly dark sort of sopranos game of thrones levels of sex and violence and their shows been perhaps because it could be a relatively free service. But I don't think you know, I think people think that it's another place to sell their shows. And they've got a big checkbook they've got executives that they know and respect they've been working with for decades Sonian and other another studios and networks across the team. And I think they're waiting to see. All right. Well, let's they they've got you know, Oprah Winfrey. Now. Know one hundred billion or whatever it is devices in your pockets. They think okay. This is a platform they in in apple we trust, you know, sometimes apple messes up. We've we've seen that before this could be one of those examples, but I don't see any indication of it whenever I talked to HBO I had Josh safe pan. Who runs AMC he's going to be on the the segment after this and ask them about competing with a net. Flicks is an apples of the world. They all have a version. It's as an I think Bob last said something effective this a little while ago. Netflixing apple they just too much stuff. You can't find this stuff. You want your if you're Chris rock or whatever your stuff gets lost? And this is the counter of the fact that these guys have just basically unlimited funds or seemingly unlimited funds, do you? So that pitch that will maybe we've got less stuff. Maybe we can't write you the biggest check. But we're going to take care of you. We're going to promote you we're going to showcase your stuff properly in the way. You're accustomed to do you think that pitch is resonant with with talent? And the people who work with talent. Or is that just something that someone? Says to reporter like me, it's something they say all reporters. And I think if you do with the best with what you've got I think, it is an asset to be for example, HBO, which is in the process of making a lot more content..

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"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"They didn't say interestingly enough what their release strategy is going to be for series. Whether it's going to be episodes every week or binge bottle. I'll bet you ten to one that it's going to be weekly model. I could've sworn they said the first of what they were talking about as a mandatory is Amanda, Lord or Madel oriented. I have no idea on it. All right. The Star Wars one of them. They said is sort of passing the, you know, the first few episodes will be available that launch which may be think they're going to have a couple ready, which could be the Hulu model to which is they often will ratios with two or three episodes and then weekly. And I said this is the story. I mean, I do think the the pressure here is actually going to be on the Disney's in a weird place. Because this definitely is something that can conceivably make it easier to cut the cord and won't replace TV, your viewing. But if it supplies a lot of stuff if you don't care that much about what you're watching or you just want to get something for your kids here. Seven bucks a month. And you're sort of well on your way to filling that Disney very much wants the cable bundle of stay intact for a long time. That's the key to their their network business. That's the key to ESPN. So the kind of want it both ways. Speaking of bundles, you mentioned this before you were more sympathetic to the apple event, which you stream that I went to live, then a lot of other folks, and your argument you were just making just now as it just chill out. It's it's fun. They don't have to show you the Steven Spielberg show Jenner France and show yet they should control to you in the fall when you decide whether or not you want to buy a service or or consume the service, right? Hey, fair summary, as if there's some ramming look, I have, you know, the people who are running the programming there. Zach. Our Merck and count. What guys? And I think if you look at the action of star power, they have and creators behind the scenes or some really interesting shows potentially. And it could be a good offer. Now again from point of view of hype. And everything that, you know, they haven't really given a good sense yet as we know of of exactly how it's going to work. And I think that in terms of judging whether it can be successful. You're right there is this nagging sense of. Well, what are they waiting for? You know, maybe they wanted to see what Disney did. And and what their price point to be, you know. How they plan to bundle and sell sort of, you know, they're going to be bundling their service with HBO and other premium services Showtime. Well, do they want to sort of, you know, really undercut the price and sort of sell those at a discount so that to get people to sort of subscribe to those premium services through apple, and then sort of get their premium, you know, shows sort of an add on content at a really, you know, not as essentially not yet, not an added to have added cost. So I think it's got to be free or or or next to them. Because again, they're going to have a couple of shows a month. I mean, this whole point of this Disney rollout is look at all the stuff. We have look at the decades of something that we've made that you love and your kids love plus the new stuff coming out. We're just gonna have thousands of hours of stuff and apple is going to have a couple of shows a month. If you get with a subscription to HBO Showtime, and this, you know, twenty bucks, and that's you know. Yeah. Right. You say throw it in for free. I think that's the way to do it. We'll we'll see you talked one of the reasons I love reading your stuff is that you. We're talking to the people who are making TV all the time. The show runners talent the actual production houses, what is your sense of what they think apple is up to do. They seem to have some sort of clue at this point..

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"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"TV, but it's sort of having to sort of figure out a path among the giants. So enough preamble I we're going to talk to Joe million- from New York magazine. It's coming up right now. Hey, Joe, how are ya ABD'er? We've never talked before only only internet and Twitter. So this is cool. Thank you. I want to ask you about the Disney plus event, which is streamed in Brooklyn, and you actually attended in Burbank. I wanna get your I've read about your impressions? But I want to know first of all what was was like to go to this thing. And see it live streaming streaming handsome had some minuses major one was that. I couldn't see the shows that were promoting sure it was it was very Disney. You know, there were. Stormtroopers waiting outside as you came into the building. It wasn't maximal Disney. It was just sort of sort of modest investor level. Disney sort of just enough of a touch to make it seem the Disney, but still very much an investor conference with you know, lots of analysts sitting desk on their computers in journalists as well. But it was three plus hours. It was it was like a pull up euros session. I expected you know, some Soviet laws to get past. But it was good. It was a good as long as in avengers movie. Actually, I think it's the new emerging hours in two minutes with an intermission, by the way. So there should be an intermission for that movie as well. You know, it was it was it was a very Disney very well done event. The first half was sort of the less, quote unquote, exciting things, although I think there's a lot of potential there to come sort of a sneak preview sort of with Hulu. There was a you'd saw that was a good session there. Good exp- part of the presentation was about Hulu hot star. Which is maybe they're underrated new acquisition for twentieth. And then it was right into Disney. Plus, and they. Laid out. Exactly what they're going to be doing the the trailers, look good. You know, if for all the stuff that apple took probably rightly so for not offering much footage at all during their presentation. It's not like Disney offer that much more. There were no actual trailers. There were just sort of behind the scenes feature as the melador, Ian, had maybe maybe about thirty seconds of footage from the beginning, which was very exciting and sort of lease certainly sent the spines of tingling of any Star Wars fans. So you knew it was real. But it wasn't an actual cut down there. Still waiting to. Just I just want to supply some context. So if you streaming it like, I was, and they they would tell you an advanced look, we're some of the stuff we're going to be showing the crowd live in Burbank. We can't show you at home because of rights issues, which I sorta get after covering this stuff for a long time. But actually don't really get since. This was new stuff. They should have all the rights to. Yeah. Saying they would cut they they would say here you go. We're going to show it to you. And then it would cut to a blank screen, and then you they would play usually Queen. You guys were watching what I thought was trailer. Now, you're told me it wasn't a trailer. It was it was a feature at a mini feature whip trailer like aspects, you know, the melador had a little bit of co footage some of the movies stuff that they had for the Christmas movie. Had you know there were snippets. So there there was some footage unit these accurate actions..

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"amc networks" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on The Watch

"The last eight days about Vanderbilt exclusively for Julia is here with me, and he couldn't make it today. But and we push the pot a day who needs them because I wanted to catch the wave of the Fossey verdant wave surf news day. So Fossey Verdon is up to night. The first episode goes on FX check it out and Juliette Nago talk a little bit about Fossey Verdon. And then the second half of the pie cast is my interview with to the people behind Fossey Verdon. Tommy kale to is the director of Hamilton what the musical Stephen Levinson who wrote the book for deer. Evan Hansen, and is one of the main writers on fussy Vernon. We talked about the sort of what it took to bring the Show TV and genuinely. Excited. Listen that conversation was actually a delightful, delightful Congo. Those guys were really really interesting, and it was really fun to talk to them. They were in post. I believe on some of the later episodes of the season. But there were I stuff to take some time to talk to me. So we're gonna talk about Fossey for a few minutes. And we'll talk about killing me. I. Where do you put your killing eve phantom at at the end of season one like heading into season two you like this one of the best things on TV? I I like this. Well, obviously, this comes with a lot of emotional baggage as Grey's anatomy longtime, I know longtime and current view. The Yang Yang is my homegirl. It's very amazing about her is that when I watched the show, I'm not like. Wow. Christina gang has a new job. It's like, wow, Sandra's amazing. Actress. So that of course, I do do very emotional baggage to the table. I was really excited about it. It's a great show. It also is feminist without feeling political in a cool way. It doesn't feel like we're making a feminist statement and happens to be a show that is about like two women kind of particularly. Kind of obsession. Yes. Absolutely. Which is which is really cool one another. Yeah. And feels different organic so very I was like eagerly anticipating it, but it doesn't have the same kind of economy around the game of thrones. As so it's easier to just slip into the show and like watch it. Enjoy it though that is apparently changing. Yes. Huge ratings huge ratings for season two. It's already been reviewed for season three and their Sarah. Is her name is overseas AMC networks, which is and Sundance BBC America. Great shrike are there as sensually talking about killing eve as one of the planks on which this network of channels is sort of built along with Walking Dead. Isn't it amazing? Thank about the like how how went from being like the mad men and breaking bad networks now being like the killing eve network. Yeah. Especially just a different time and TV over the last ten years it is and I couldn't help. But feel like I heard that information as I watch these the. Episode of season two, you know, like knowing that is so important for the continued growth and stability of a series of channels was kind of fascinating to watch cause you I did feel like a little bit. Like the first episode season two did a lot of water treading. Yes. It dead, but still just incredible performance. Jody Omar, she is like transfix ING, I haven't really take that waiting to share with her. I feel like her closest comp on television is Cozma Kramer. Particularly special because you don't watch Seinfeld. But her physical acting is so incredible. And like, it's almost miraculous to me. It's actually kind of cool talk about it leading into Fossey burden. She's she would be an amazing theater actress when she takes us wig vodka. And then pours it on herself. I just like I felt disgusted and pain..

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"amc networks" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"We're very lucky to live in the bay area where there are. I think SF symphony does a regular event where they do the full movie and live orchestra plays the score. So they have a version of the movie without the score and the orchestra plays the music. And I think that it Batman, a lots pass year, which was every song, but the print song, the print song was only one where it was on soundtrack. There were a bunch of print songs with the joker. Yes. And I think they're doing nightmare. Before Christmas and dressing park coming up. Those park would be fun. Yeah, without musical, it's gotta be weird like if you watched that. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. I mean, just. If you want to know how much how important the music is dress park watched the drastic park Brontosaurus reveal with the melodic instead of instead of the strength is that Chris Hardwick favorite of the plastic winds. You blow into the piano. I think the melodic is the one with the keep keys that you blow into. I couldn't have honestly firmness amazing at that. Sounds like a terrible recorder. Yes. Is all I can think which is already a low? Yeah. I know you know. Imagine costumes Halloween is next week. Yeah, I've recommendation if you have AMC network of there is a six part series airing right now. The Roth produce m. c. is doing this cool thing where they have their producing these six documentary series on different topics. The one that's right now is a horror theme. It's called the history of horror. I wanna bleed. And earlier this year, there was James Cameron was one story of science fiction, which a lot of people that we know were guests on there and only knew it's was on which really cool to see like Jim Cameron talking with like George Lucas about their movies, talking other about the movie. Yeah, I don't think that's streaming any more that's able to find on like Amos from your program history of hard. You like her? I don't. I can't. I can't. Through a highway. I like this type of documentary series because Medica. Yes, it's like it's like the the school book academic. The magazine article, do you read harm v. plot synopses on Wikipedia? I don't. I don't. I know people who do just. I just watch the film. But he chats with, you know, I think the first. Zombies, and there's a great from joy. You're Giorgia Romero zombies all the way to what working Cheerios now on Walking Dead and in social implications. Why? That's the talk of why people exam bees and max Brooks talking about zombies because z. yeah, it's, it's, there's there's a sequel adventures making that sequel really juris incher is making the sequel with Brad Pitt with Brad Pitt with Brad Pitt cover Matthew FOX, having married his wife. Yeah. Remember how in the beginning of World War z. One of the go helicopter was Matthew FOX, was that Matthew was Matthew FOX, right? And that was the part of the script. They. The cut the last third of the movie out and dot it, Damon Lindelof famously rewrote the whole end? Yeah, millions tens of millions of dollars shooting it and in the original screenplay, Brad, Pitt finally makes it back home, and his wife is now married to to Matthew vox and he's cut out of the movie. Essentially. Remember the book is completely different books series of the good war science fiction. It's born. Right? It's like that's the how to survive zombie apocalypse. The first all kinds of same. It's happening to the part of the brain where people's love the the deep dive into the what, if and how the that's what max Brooks does. You know that he like he works for think-tank and studies ways in which governments can attack each other nontraditional methods, social and economic ways in which societies breakdown like raise the price of corn something or just how posting stuff on social media. It's factually untrue and half the public buys like the fact that the entire idea that a whole bunch of Star Wars fans hate episode. Eight is complete fiction, complete fiction. It's mostly fiction..

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"amc networks" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"We're very lucky to live in the bay area where there are. I think SF symphony does a regular event where they do the full movie and live orchestra plays the score. So they have a version of the movie without the score and the orchestra plays the music. And I think that it Batman, a lots pass year, which was every song, but the print song, the print song was only one where it was on soundtrack. There were a bunch of print songs with the joker. Yes. And I think they're doing nightmare. Before Christmas and dressing park coming up. Those park would be fun. Yeah, without musical, it's gotta be weird like if you watched that. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. I mean, just. If you want to know how much how important the music is dress park watched the drastic park Brontosaurus reveal with the melodic instead of instead of the strength is that Chris Hardwick favorite of the plastic winds. You blow into the piano. I think the melodic is the one with the keep keys that you blow into. I couldn't have honestly firmness amazing at that. Sounds like a terrible recorder. Yes. Is all I can think which is already a low? Yeah. I know you know. Imagine costumes Halloween is next week. Yeah, I've recommendation if you have AMC network of there is a six part series airing right now. The Roth produce m. c. is doing this cool thing where they have their producing these six documentary series on different topics. The one that's right now is a horror theme. It's called the history of horror. I wanna bleed. And earlier this year, there was James Cameron was one story of science fiction, which a lot of people that we know were guests on there and only knew it's was on which really cool to see like Jim Cameron talking with like George Lucas about their movies, talking other about the movie. Yeah, I don't think that's streaming any more that's able to find on like Amos from your program history of hard. You like her? I don't. I can't. I can't. Through a highway. I like this type of documentary series because Medica. Yes, it's like it's like the the school book academic. The magazine article, do you read harm v. plot synopses on Wikipedia? I don't. I don't. I know people who do just. I just watch the film. But he chats with, you know, I think the first. Zombies, and there's a great from joy. You're Giorgia Romero zombies all the way to what working Cheerios now on Walking Dead and in social implications. Why? That's the talk of why people exam bees and max Brooks talking about zombies because z. yeah, it's, it's, there's there's a sequel adventures making that sequel really juris incher is making the sequel with Brad Pitt with Brad Pitt with Brad Pitt cover Matthew FOX, having married his wife. Yeah. Remember how in the beginning of World War z. One of the go helicopter was Matthew FOX, was that Matthew was Matthew FOX, right? And that was the part of the script. They. The cut the last third of the movie out and dot it, Damon Lindelof famously rewrote the whole end? Yeah, millions tens of millions of dollars shooting it and in the original screenplay, Brad, Pitt finally makes it back home, and his wife is now married to to Matthew vox and he's cut out of the movie. Essentially. Remember the book is completely different books series of the good war science fiction. It's born. Right? It's like that's the how to survive zombie apocalypse. The first all kinds of same. It's happening to the part of the brain where people's love the the deep dive into the what, if and how the that's what max Brooks does. You know that he like he works for think-tank and studies ways in which governments can attack each other nontraditional methods, social and economic ways in which societies breakdown like raise the price of corn something or just how posting stuff on social media. It's factually untrue and half the public buys like the fact that the entire idea that a whole bunch of Star Wars fans hate episode. Eight is complete fiction, complete fiction. It's mostly fiction..

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"amc networks" Discussed on podnews

podnews

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on podnews

"In the latest Pont news, iheart, radio has announced the first podcast awards says the Hollywood reporter. The podcast industry is getting its own award show says the story, and we'll quote be the first live awards show for podcasting where listeners will decide on the winners nominees have been announced on the awards website and listeners can vote now and yes, numerous podcast awards ceremonies have previously been held many with listener voted winners. The operations manager at national public media rights piece about addressing podcasting, big challenges in measurement and marketing. National public media represent NPR and PBS for sponsorship sales. Meanwhile, Jessica coop from earn podcast websites Rights Watch to podcast advertisers really want on his dancers from podcast media buyers. Fan podcasts are no longer being promoted by Lucasfilm's Star Wars website. According to bleeding Colle del have joined the growing ranks. Of companies who have an employee podcast. Mayor Elhiani writes about the growing trend for popular podcasts to produce live shows focusing on this American life at a new podcast for you. Video palaces, shudder original podcast from AMC networks, shudder, it's their first original podcast series. The chilling thrill, ride video palace from the makers of the Blair witch project

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iHeartRadio launch Podcast Awards

podnews

01:32 min | 2 years ago

iHeartRadio launch Podcast Awards

"In the latest Pont news, iheart, radio has announced the first podcast awards says the Hollywood reporter. The podcast industry is getting its own award show says the story, and we'll quote be the first live awards show for podcasting where listeners will decide on the winners nominees have been announced on the awards website and listeners can vote now and yes, numerous podcast awards ceremonies have previously been held many with listener voted winners. The operations manager at national public media rights piece about addressing podcasting, big challenges in measurement and marketing. National public media represent NPR and PBS for sponsorship sales. Meanwhile, Jessica coop from earn podcast websites Rights Watch to podcast advertisers really want on his dancers from podcast media buyers. Fan podcasts are no longer being promoted by Lucasfilm's Star Wars website. According to bleeding Colle del have joined the growing ranks. Of companies who have an employee podcast. Mayor Elhiani writes about the growing trend for popular podcasts to produce live shows focusing on this American life at a new podcast for you. Video palaces, shudder original podcast from AMC networks, shudder, it's their first original podcast series. The chilling thrill, ride video palace from the makers of the Blair witch project

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"amc networks" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"amc networks" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"They would celebrate more than they ever did for Willis re, oh, they could win ten championships in a row. They wouldn't be as happy as that day. That's what cable his pops, founded cable vision and, oh, yeah. Has ankle owns the Cleveland Indians. You talk about what. Those are the people who decide who the president is not your I voting. That's though. Hold dollas pops is still alive. He owns AMC networks, MSG networks, Newsday in the Madison Square Garden company. I got to be like, Charles, though. Is gonna die soon. Yeah, no. I mean, James Dolan truly is a rich kid who's playing with his toy that he doesn't even care like, you know, when you get a new toy, your real excited about it first and then you find it like seven years later buried under your bed, like covered in Google. You can't identify that's what the Knicks Arjun stolen about that poisoning tall. Yeah. And then you throw it away. That's what the next side Johnstone the back to the street shot. I'm sure I'm sure the Knicks are almost like a nuisance to him. He's like, I don't know, man, I just want to like hold concerts here and that's it lay. I don't wanna pay the refrigeration Bill for the ice for the Rangers to plan they rollerblade now I'd have like they should pay half. So you think they're the most like more valuable than Yenkey and Lakers in their buildings? Jelly only the Lakers will come close. Right? I thinking like the Cowboys. Yeah, I, yeah, the bins down now going forward, but you'd have to own the falcons yet? Yep, that's a tough part of it. I actually, I'm pretty sure Cowboys are too because if I remember correctly Cowboys, the Cowboys were the only team who own their own licensing. So like if you see something with that star on it, like that goes in Jerry Jones's pocket, like does. No. Like there's no the thirty. One other owners don't get a piece of that type deal. You know what I mean? Okay. So yet, like say that was included in the deal. Do you think that that get to fifteen billion ten fifteen be for the Cowboys for yet doubt. Akao boys, the stadium and the licensing. I thanked the next are still more valuable. With those despise both of them just to flicks. Get lessons on binding case. And so it'd be paying my workers less. Out Shuping the New York Knicks. Like legitimately, I feel like a sports teams, the best like investment you can make. The right sport. Hawked buying hockey team feels like a bad idea. Dirt cheap enough to where it's like I had a fifty to burn. Yeah, like fates probably is like pumps. Like if I'm the owners of the Vegas Golden Knights, I'm selling after year one like we're not going to do better than this like I'm outta here. Yeah, lemme affiliate. That's how like the a lot of the NBA guys were before, like took this latest late, quadruple teams a moving around so much like thirty years ago. It was only really rich guys and their day. And now it's like groups that are like they're business people. I, they're ready to flip an investment as soon as starts looking bad instead of hold onto a team forever like the timber wolves were the Knicks and those teams usually stink would gone incidence. What age were you when you got furious that your ancestors for not like inventing stamps or something. So fucking obvious. Four? Yeah. It's like guys. What? What were you thinking back then? LEGO. You couldn't invent the internet, great grandpa, like, would you think y'all ain't have shit, so everything needed to be invented and y'all ain't nothing like it was, you know it was dark his HALE and nobody's. Dams past six o'clock. We don't have numbers yet, but his past six good night like this. You guys were sitting there listening to FDR on the radio being like men. Imagine if you could see him. You didn't invent the TV really? He sounds may he sound like his suit is gray..

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