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Fresh "ARI" from All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:09 min | 24 min ago

Fresh "ARI" from All Things Considered

"Last mayoral candidate Diane Morales tune into the Brian Lehrer Show. It's tomorrow morning at 10 on both 93.9 FM or AM a 20 w N Y c Tonight It should stay. Partly cloudy will have love about 63 tonight. Tomorrow Wednesday, mostly sunny hot tomorrow high near 88 by the afternoon should stay clear tomorrow night, too. With love about 67 on Thursday. It should continue to be warm, but it'll start to cool down into the weekend. We'll have a high on Thursday of about 82 degrees right now, though, in Central Park, the temperature's actually gone up in the past hour 79 partly cloudy at the moment, it's w and my CIA 4 20. Support for NPR comes from Tony when Y C members and from duck duck go, Ah Privacy company committed to raising the standard of trust online used by tens of millions. Work to help people search privately and avoid trackers. Duck duck Go privacy, simplified and Fidelity wealth management, helping clients develop a personalized plan to grow and protect their wealth more of fidelity dot com slash wealth Investment minimum supply Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. And I'm Mary Louise Kelly this week looks very different from last after a load of big coronavirus news first.

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Tiger Seen Roaming Texas Neighborhood Found

WSB programming

00:33 sec | 2 d ago

Tiger Seen Roaming Texas Neighborhood Found

"The nine month old Bangle Tiger seen roaming around Houston neighborhood was handed over to authorities yesterday by its owners who reportedly kept India in their home. India will now live in a wildlife sanctuary in Texas Commander Ron Bores a with the Houston Police Department says he'd like to find the other wild animals being kept as pets in Houston, because we got India back doesn't mean There's not other exotic animals in the city, Houston I'd like to round them all up and put him in a safe environment charges against the Tigers owners have not yet been filed at this point, and Ari EMS front man has a hand in

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Fresh update on "ari" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:00 min | 35 min ago

Fresh update on "ari" discussed on All Things Considered

"Pamela Mon, thanking the people who make public radio great every day and also those who listen. It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro. Authorities in North Carolina issued their conclusions today into the fatal shooting of Andrew Brown Jr by sheriff's deputies. Based upon my review of the facts of this case, I have determined that the shooting of Andrew Brown on April 21st 2021 was justified. To protect the safety and lives of the deputies on the scene. That's district Attorney Andrew Womble. Presenting findings by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation. Marble says none of the deputies involved in the shooting will face criminal charges in Brown's death. Brown died last month while officers attempted to carry out a felony drug warrant. NPR's Sarah McCammon was at this morning's press conference and joins us now from Elizabeth City. Hi, Sarah. Hi, Ari. How is the district attorney who we just heard describing what happened leading up to the shooting death of Andrew Brown. We'll enter one bull says investigators spent the last several weeks reviewing body cam footage and other evidence and they've determined that passport in county sheriff's deputies reasonably feared for their safety. Womble says Brown used his car as a deadly weapon. That he made what he described as aggressive driving moves toward the officers and made contact with them twice with his car. No one will spend more than our walking through the report showing both still images and several portions of body cam footage taken from multiple angles on that day. And what did you see in those videos? What more do they show about the events that happened that day? These videos do appear to show brown backing up and then driving toward officers and you can see deputies hustling out of the way. One of them is briefly pulled onto the hood of the car is brown drives. And then moments later, you see the officers shooting at Brown's car once from the front and then from behind several times as he drives away from them. Womble said there was an unmarked law enforcement vehicle in the path of Brown's car and that Braun posed a danger to others who might be in the area when you employ a core In a manner that puts Officer's lives.

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EU regulator finds link between AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots

All Things Considered

01:22 min | Last month

EU regulator finds link between AstraZeneca vaccine and blood clots

"Today said there's a possible link between AstraZeneca's covert vaccine and rare but sometimes fatal blood clots. The AstraZeneca vaccine has already been administered to tens of millions of people. It's on track to be the most widely used vaccine in the world this year. NPR's Jason Beaubien joins us with more. Hi, Jason. Hi, Ari. What exactly did the European Medicines agency say today? So there had been. Some concerns raised that some people appear to be getting hit with a very rare blood clotting condition. In the days following vaccination and initially, the European drug regulators, they said, this rate of a few dozen blood clots was nothing out of the ordinary when you're vaccinating 25 million people. But today, the E M. A safety committee came out and said yes, there does appear to be a link. Dr. Sabin Strauss was the head of that committee, She says they looked at all the available data on 86 events. These clotting cases that occurred in the days after vaccination by AstraZeneca on we have concluded that there is indeed a possibility. Of a very rare event that might occur. They're still saying they don't completely understand what's happening. But this appears to be an immune reaction that they've seen also with a drug called heparin, which is a blood thinner. But the key point here is that they've switched their position now to saying that they think it is plausible that the AstraZeneca vaccine is what's causing these clots. So these clouds are

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Fresh update on "ari" discussed on Kevin McCullough Radio

Kevin McCullough Radio

00:59 min | 56 min ago

Fresh update on "ari" discussed on Kevin McCullough Radio

"Good move. I think for for everyone, you know Parlors, a conservative leaning platform. They were banned on January. 9th and You know, primarily, I mean, you could kind of debate. You know why they were banned, But I believe it was because of there was a lot of hate speech developing on their on their platform. But they were able T clean it up. Put systems and plays develop algorithms algorithms to be able to flag it on day and Apple. Just just let them back into their store, So I think it's good all around. So now, friends. If you have missed me on Twitter because I have been deep platform there had 150,000 followers. They're all gone, but I've got about 24,000 followers over on parlor. And if you want to join me there, it's at KMC radio on the parlor platform, And you could now get it from the apple app store. Any word Ari on whether or not the android app stores, they're going to follow suit. There's nothing on that yet, but I mean, I have no doubt if Apple let them in. It's just a question of you know, I would imagine it's gonna be a couple of weeks before before you know, Android approves them and lets them in and and again. It's It's great. I mean, I think you know, kind of everyone cooperated. Everyone had a golden mind Congress as well was involved, and they were able to accomplish their goal. They did say something interesting is that They're not going to be dependent on big tech anymore to be able to dictate the direction of the company, and certainly at least on the technological side to be able to shut them down anymore. So I thought that was that was an interesting piece of news is well. One of the very interesting thing that's happened in the technology space over the last two days is that Michael and Del? Mr. My pillow has launched his social media platform called frank speech dot com. And Ari talk about a new paradigm. Now they did get hacked on the first day and they were they were hacked for hours and hours and hours into this point, even on this day, I don't know if they're Fully up to speed. Yeah, but it is interesting to see how with just a little bit of crisis in the big tech arena entrepreneurialism kicked in, and people said, Well, let's just make our own alternatives to what Twitter is on Gwen for it, So it'll be history to see. But I think this all bodes well. I think the more free speech that you have across more platforms and more people competing for those eyeballs, the better the industry is Yeah, and 100% Kevin it and I think I think it's going to do I think Mike's platform is going to do well on. I think it's also going to set a precedent as toe how other company is going to follow suit. You know, big, You know, Big tech was never called Big tech, right? I mean, these were these were all people that started in their garage started in there. Or, you know, started in their in their bedroom with their garage and ended up becoming large corporations. But you know what happened It would've happened was, you know they became so large and you know the big for the Big five companies. The Amazons, Microsoft Facebook schools of the world. End up controlling, you know, probably 80% of the world's data, So we're seeing a pendulum swing now the other way where people you know, don't want to be reliant on Amazon Web services, So I think I think things are definitely headed in the regular mail, and I kind of prefer like government not having to come in and bust up Twitter Facebook. I would rather the market do that. Like if people think Twitter's too big and they think that they could do something better. I had much rather see a free market. Self correction of an industry than having enforcing the government to come in and say We're gonna break you up like the phone company. I agree. I mean, 100% and I remember. You know all the tell. You know, the telecoms Great, you know, breaking into the baby bells, but, um, correct. I mean, it's it should be capitalism at its best we don't need I do believe we need some regulation. Um, you know, but the American dream is somebody starting in their garage and building a famous of company, right? I mean, you know, Warren, your pillow factory. Whichever way it works. Exactly. And then what? You know why? Why should the government it's you? Why should I? Come ahead and say no. You know, we're putting a cap on how high you could you could grow. So we're on the same page. Hey, what's this other story today about Facebook and audio that CNN has out. This is a new medium. We heard we heard about clubhouse and it's continuing to grow. It's basically an audio platform wrapped in a social media network, which is really cool it it kind of Falls in the realm of Ah podcast, but you're able to share and create rooms on an audio platform. So companies quote clubhouse. I believe it's still invite on Lee, but they're going to start opening up to the general public. And now Facebook is designed getting saying, Hey, wait. This is another opportunity to be able to build social communities just around audio clips and audio files, So it's definitely a sector tow Watch on, and I think it's I think it's It's fascinating. You know, we went. We went from from text. We went from email to text. What's up video? We're now moving into the audio space and I don't think that anybody would have thought. That audio aside from radio podcast would have been a sustainable model, but it seems like it's doing really well. I think it's probably just women that are using it. You know why Because they don't They don't want to have to put their face on to do the video stuff anymore. You know how many people will ask me? I'm gonna do a meeting with you at 10 30. But do we have to have the video camera turned on? Because I don't want to get ready and I'm like, that s so if you have the audio only version and whoever's and I have been saying women, but it could be anybody if you've got if you don't wanna have to, you know, get prepped and look nice on camera and audio. Only platform works very nicely for you. It's great, and they make it. They make it so friendly, and I think it's ah, I think clubhouse. I think it's gonna be great when we saw the emergence of podcast now, when something that we're calling the creator's economy right, which is amazing. These are how influencers are built. You have axes, T Internet and a voice an opinion you could build a community for yourself and hopefully be able to monetize it. Well, it sounds like it's gonna be interesting. We'll be watching that in the days and weeks to come Ari's old and always appreciate your insight on Tech Tuesday. Thank you again is always Thank you, Kevin. All right. When we come back friends I've got I've got one more thing to get to today, and it is an important one. It has to do with the types of projectiles. The protesters air using outside of Minneapolis.

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Why TripleLift Went With Vista, And How It Will Crack CTV

The Big Story

01:51 min | Last month

Why TripleLift Went With Vista, And How It Will Crack CTV

"I don't know if you heard this. But vista equity partners has acquired a majority stake in triple f reportedly investing one point. Four billion dollars in a deal expected to close q- two so this week on the big story we tripled down and welcome. Guests are eline chief strategy officer and co founder of triple lift. And we're gonna talk about everything. Related to triple lift. I ryan joe managing editor of addicts danger and with me. Is sarah sluice. Hi ryan and of course the aforementioned ariella wine they ryan his there so ari congress on the on the acquisition hasn't closed yet. But i'm kind of curious now that it's been announced like what are the immediate next steps for for you guys so i. The deal has to close. It goes to things like antitrust approval alike and that takes about six to eight weeks but the next phase is sitting down with the partnership at vista and continue to have conversations about where we want to take the growth of triple lift. How do those conversations going to be different from like obviously that you had conversations before when you were talking about the the acquisition. So how'd the conversations like post closing differ. Well now it's real so now we're we're the nature of the discussions are different. Because we're we're on the same side focused on the same goals as a company. We think about things differently now. A month ago we were a potential quiry and where we're sitting today we are potentially an acquirer of other technology companies and so we started switch gears and the tactics. We have from a strategy perspective. Change with the with the new resources and partnership that we have with with this

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Fresh update on "ari" discussed on Power 106 Programming

Power 106 Programming

00:53 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ari" discussed on Power 106 Programming

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Defying rules, anti-vaccine accounts thrive on social media

All Things Considered

01:07 min | Last month

Defying rules, anti-vaccine accounts thrive on social media

"New reporting from NPR out today shows that a specific type of story about vaccines has been spreading quickly online and maybe leading to increased hesitancy. MPR's miles. Parks is here to explain her there. Hey, Ari. So what is this new data? And what does it show about vaccine misinformation. So we analyze the types of news stories that have gotten the most engagement on social media this year, using data from this media tracking firm called News Whip. What we found was basically that the story's specifically about people who have died sometime after being vaccinated when viral at a really high right now, health officials have obviously found no connection between these deaths and the shots they received. But these air stories with headlines that don't say that they say, basically, person gets vaccine. Eyes two weeks later, and people who were probably already hesitant of vaccines are spreading those articles on social media as if they're evidence we found Facebook pages with tens of thousands of followers sharing these articles with captions like quote, I'll pass on the vaccinations or quote very concerned about those getting the poke.

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Fresh update on "ari" discussed on Valentine In The Morning

Valentine In The Morning

00:37 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ari" discussed on Valentine In The Morning

"Tony Jordan with Alan 10 in the morning on What a 43 My album. 1043 Maya. Hollywood Headlines Way We're finding out more details about Ariana Grande Days Wedding. TMZ first broke the news. Arianna and real estate agent Dalton Gomez got married over the weekend in a very intimate ceremony at her home in Montecito and People magazine confirmed it with Ari's Freb that just 20 people were there. It was very, very small. Now. The other rumor that hasn't really been confirmed was that she ships, temporary hedges and trees to kind of block. The view from the street from paparazzi and then also pumped recordings of bird noises to outside to kind of cancel out the noise of them, exchanging their vows there at her home. Yes, but our underground a married and Meghan Trainor and Adam Lambert are going to be a part of a new music competition show called Clash of the Cover bands and Twitch is going to host it. You know him from the only generous show, but it's just gonna have cover and tribute bands kind of compete against each other. There's gonna be cash prizes, But the winners are going to perform on the Tonight show at the end of the season, and that's coming to eat. I'm Jill the whole deadlines. I saw Adam Lambert..

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Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Reducing Gun Violence

All Things Considered

00:20 sec | Last month

Senate Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Reducing Gun Violence

"I'm Ari Shapiro. The flags that the White House are at half staff at a Senate judiciary hearing on gun violence this morning. Committee chair, Senator Dick Durbin called for two moments of silence. One for the mass shooting in Atlanta That left eight people dead a week ago today and one for the mass shooting at a Boulder Colorado grocery store yesterday. 10 people

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“Mank” leads Academy Awards nominations with 10 nods

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

“Mank” leads Academy Awards nominations with 10 nods

"The Oscar nominations are out in the history of the Academy Awards only five women have ever been nominated for Best Director this year alone though there are two women in that category they are Chloe's out for no man's land what the numbers are doing is not that different than when the pioneers and emerald fennel for promising young woman can you guess what every woman's worst nightmare they will compete against Lee Isaac Chung foreman ari Thomas venter Berg for another round and David Fincher for Manx make is the overall leader in nomination had just picked up ten usually the Oscars would be all done by now but because of the pandemic will push back by two months this year's ceremony set for April twenty fifth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Judge Lina Hidalgo to businesses still enforcing COVID-19 restrictions in Houston area: "Thank you."

Houston's Morning News

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Judge Lina Hidalgo to businesses still enforcing COVID-19 restrictions in Houston area: "Thank you."

"The mask mandate as of yesterday, And as you'd expect, Aris County Judge Lena had dog Oh complained about it, saying it's too soon to remove it and that we should all mask up everywhere all the time. I want to send a message to all the businesses in our county that are doing the right thing by continuing to refire Mass by Limiting capacity. I want to say to them, Thank you. We see you. We appreciate you, she says the region's positivity rate remains and 12%.

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Zoo staff devastated by loss of 2 giraffes who died in a fire

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Zoo staff devastated by loss of 2 giraffes who died in a fire

"Following for you this hour. Some sad news to begin with this four a.m. hour out of Fairfax County this morning. Two animals are dead and a fire at a small zoo and rest of fire broke out in a bar in here. Orders. Oof! Ari Bill Delaney with Fairfax County Fire and Rescue did unfortunately, find two giraffes deceased. But they were able to Put the fire out enough time that all other animals that were in the vicinity are fine. They're safe. The cause of the fire is under investigation. No firefighters or

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Meghan and Prince Harry discuss depression, racism in bombshell interview with Oprah

All Things Considered

03:08 min | 2 months ago

Meghan and Prince Harry discuss depression, racism in bombshell interview with Oprah

"Interview made headlines for days before it was broadcast last night, and somehow it still manages to exceed expectations. Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, sat down with Oprah Winfrey to talk about stepping back from their positions as senior members of the British royal family last year and eventually moving to Los Angeles. Over two hours of TV on CBS. They laid out their painful reasons for that decision, including a barrage of racist abuse from British tabloids and a lack of support from Buckingham Palace. They were willing To lie to protect other members of the family, But they weren't willing to tell the truth to protect me and my husband. We're joined now by Linda Holmes, who hosts NPR's pop culture. Happy Hour. Podcast Highland to Hi, Ari. You were live tweeting this interview last night run through some of the biggest revelations for us. Well, there were certainly you know, a couple of details of their lives together that we're on the lighter side. The fact that they legally married you no more privately, a couple of days before their big, splashy royal wedding. They talked about that they talked about the fact that their baby Who's do this summer is a girl they gave. Certainly, as you said, more information about hard how hard they had tried to get more support from the palace about the media harassment of Meghan. But I think what landed the most vividly were really two things. One was how much they both felt the family not only wouldn't deal with the racism that Meghan was facing as a bi racial woman, her her father is wait and her mother's black, but the family was part of it. They said that at least one conversation happened between Harry and someone in the family. They would not say who in which the person sort of inquired about what their Children skin color might be. And you know how dark they would be and how that would look, so that was One. I think big thing, and the other big thing was Meghan talking about having had a serious mental health crisis, including pretty serious thoughts of suicide. The conversation has struck such a chord here in the U. S, including with people who don't typically care about the royal family. Do you think that's because of these themes of racism and mental health that so many people have had experience with can relate to. Why do you think this is? I do. I think the racism you know, certainly exists outside the British tabloid press in the royal family, right, Meghan feeling like she was given no support. And then attacked for supposedly failing is very resident. I think for a lot of black women, a czar the Times that she was unfavorably compared to Kate Prince William's wife, her sister in law, who, as a white woman was often praised for Doing some of the same things right? And by the same token, I think when she spoke about mental health if you've been depressed that resonates even though her circumstances are unique, and I think For a lot of people. This interview also really helped advance the sense of the monarchy as an institution where a lot of the power lies with kind of staff, people who aren't even family members and that institution like a lot of work places, and governments and media organizations can be profoundly racist and profoundly destructive to people's mental health.

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How The Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center Is Supporting Bay Area Small Businesses

Voices of the Community

04:27 min | 2 months ago

How The Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center Is Supporting Bay Area Small Businesses

"Ari when you speak tool walking down the street and it was devastating. You know half the storefronts were closed. You hear the stories. You know what's happening. And people are appreciating and recognizing the real importance in a of small businesses. And how much they are part of the social fabric of our communities. This is the chief executive officer. Sharon miller and program director. Tim russell of the renaissance entrepreneurship center. Today's episode is part of our efforts to better understand the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on the small businesses and entrepreneurs that make up the economic fabric of our neighborhoods. We to feature the voices of the renaissance entrepreneurship center. Who's thirty year. Mission is to bride intensive entrepreneurship training networking and mentorship to support the launch and growth of women owned businesses through their. Us small business administration sifford cisco women's business center and to find out what they're doing to help our survive the economic meltdown. Let's hear from sharon and tim. What they and their regional team renaissance are doing to help. Small business owners survive and thrive during the pandemic. i'm joined remotely via zoom by sharon miller the chief executive officer and tim russell the program for a renaissance entrepreneurship center. Thanks for being here. Sharon and tim thank you. Thank you for having us. I'd like to start because once again renaissance entrepreneurship centers one of those really wonderful services for small businesses and entrepreneurs and anyone who has an idea of starting businesses in the san francisco bay area. That a lot of people just don't know about so i would love to start with having each of you provide the audience aetna the renaissance entrepreneurship center. It's programs both in san francisco in the east bay. Which will have sharon you provide. And then tim have you provided the mid peninsula and south bay. So sharon great. So renaissance is completely dedicated to entrepreneurship. And our focus is helping to provide access to people who don't have traditional access to training resources a network. So that's where we come in. People come to us with great ideas a ton of passion and then we provide training access to capital access to markets and access to networks so that training that we do really focuses on intensive classes. That take people from the idea feasibility. Stage into the business planning stage and further to the gross state so we're helping people to perceive themselves as entrepreneurs understand what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Start that business. And once they have it grow the business. So you asked about san francisco and the e spe. We do work with people at all levels of business in both locations in san francisco we are the san francisco. Us sba women's business center so we add further services for women. There anyone out san francisco or the bay area could come and take our classes. We also have a center in bayview hunters wait that focuses on that community and in oakland we are working with businesses in oakland richmond and east contra costa county thank you. I was great and tim. How does renaissance center support entrepreneurs in san mateo and santa clara county. Just basically the piggy back off. What sharon said. We are an organization that is regional and the south bay and then the serving the san mateo county and santa clara county and small businesses and entrepreneurs. We really are coming alongside of those entrepreneurs and small business owners and helping them turn their passion the prophet in. I think that's what we really strive for is giving them the tools they need because we already know that they're gifted they're gifted at what they do but they need to support the technical assistance to be able to really be sustainable so we really are working with those communities. Churn says that are under served under represented by coming in and giving them the tools so that they can watch and grow their business and again like i said earlier turn their passion to profit

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Biting the Lion

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

06:29 min | 2 months ago

Biting the Lion

"Biting the lion. Once upon a time there was a mighty lion named hari. He stood taller than a man. His for was as gold as honey and his teeth were as white as milk. Each paul was bigger than a dinner plate and tipped with claws sharper than a steak knife. He moved so fast he could run down a cheetah and his jaws were so strong he could bite a boulder clean in half and that was on a bad day. I'm the biggest. I'm the baddest. I'm the king of beasts. He would roared anyone who got in his way he was always shouting at the other animals and anyone who dared to stand up to him would get swatted with a massive paw and sent rolling into the dirt. Finally after years of abuse. The other animals all got together to figure out a way to get hari. The lion to stop knocking them around. That lyon needs to be stopped. Said an antelope when all the animals had gathered. But what can we do. Honk the warthog. Yesterday he made me eat a dirt sandwich. I mean i like sandwiches generally but the dirk was a little dry would have been better as a mud sandwich. Nothing like a good mud sandwich. A specially when you get all the worms in their wriggling out a little gravel to mine too for some crunch sandwiches. Aside purred the tiger. We need to stand up to this bully. If we don't he'll just keep on bothering us for ever. He thinks he's so funny. Cackled a hyena. He grabbed my pond. Slapped my own face with it. He kept saying. Stop hitting yourself stopping yourself. I tried to stop but he was so strong. He said i must like it. If i'm laughing but i can't help it. That's just what i sound like. He said i was too small to even bother picking on buzzed and that he called me a big green noodle said the anaconda slithering out of some sticks debate off by tail added zebra. It wasn't much of a tail but it was all i had out of nowhere. The lion landed next to them. With a thump his claws were out and his eyes were flashing dangerously. Did i hear you nerds talking about me. Hari said you think you're better than the king of beasts. Just leave us alone said the antelope. Just leave us alone. The lion said back mocking. He pushed her shoulder and sent her tumbling into the dirt. I'm in charge here and don't you forget it. You shouldn't be so mean. The warthog said oh. I shouldn't the lion asked. Sounds like someone wants another dirt sandwich. Like to see you try ari. The warthog said backing up and shaking. His long tusks hari roared and prowled up the wardhaugh grunted and charged forward his sharp tusks low and deadly before he could get close though the lions swat it out with one hulking. Paw it caught the warthog across the rump. And he went rolling a mud ball into the bushes. Ha ha hari roared anyone else. Want to challenge the king of beasts. How about you stripes. He asked zebra care for a rematch. If you win a find new tail for ya. The zebra looked away but the anaconda slithered up your big. But i am longer she said i think it's time for a new king of beasts one who isn't such a big arrogant puffball arrogant snarled. Hurry you better. Tell me what that means right now. It means your vain and selfish. And you think you're the most important thing in the whole world. I don't think it i know it. Hari said looking one pond and slicking back his tawny main nod for long the anaconda said she began to call herself layer after layer of scaly green winding in a big circle around the lion. He spun in place watching for her diamond head. Her clever is and long forked tongue. That seemed to flicker the air with a sudden crack. The anaconda pulled herself tight her body. Like a not around hurry. The lion with a hiss. She began to squeeze good. Try hari grunted. But your just a big noodle. He opened his mouth and wrapped it around the anaconda with a roaring slurp he pulled the snake off of him and then spit him in a sopping. Wet pile so much for. The noodle king hari laughed. I'm the biggest. I'm the baddest. I'm the king of beasts. You may be the king purred tiger dangerously. But maybe it's time for a queen. She padded out to stand before the lion. She was nearly as big as him with blazing orange for and wicked curving teeth. I won't put up with your bullying anymore. Come on then. Hari said show me how. A queen fights with matching roars. The pair slammed together. This was the most fight they'd seen by far and it was quickly a rolling flashing a flailing gnashing tornado of for and teeth and claws. The other animals backed away as the two big cats battle each other spreading sweat and spit across the ground. When they finally crashed to a halt hari was the winner and the tiger sprawled at his feet.

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F.D.A. Analyses Find Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Works Well

All Things Considered

03:31 min | 2 months ago

F.D.A. Analyses Find Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Works Well

"May soon be available in the United States. The Food and Drug Administration could decide as soon as this weekend to authorize a vaccine made by pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson for emergency use. The FDA today released its evaluation of the new vaccine and NPR's Joe Palka joins us to describe what they found Hijo. Hi, Ari. So there were a lot of details in the FDA is evaluation, but bottom line. Was it positive or negative about it? Well, they don't exactly give conclusions like that. But general, you'd have to say that the analysis was positive. The FDA based its judgment on a large study involving some 40,000 participants that was carried out primarily in the United States, South Africa and Brazil. Now, this vaccine only requires a single shot, so participants either got the vaccine or a placebo. And what researchers found was that overall, the vaccine efficacy was about 66% in preventing moderate to severe cove in 19. And 85% against more serious disease. Stacy Schultz Terry is a professor of infectious diseases at ST Jude Children's Research Hospital, and she took a look at the FDA analysis. I did not see anything that would make me pause in recommending that somebody would go get this shot. Joe tell us more about that 66% number because a lot of people have zeroed in on that to say, Wait. Does this mean it's less effective than the Fizer and Madonna vaccines, which reported close to 95% of efficacy? Yeah, The numbers suggest that but you have to have a little context here. First of all, you have to remember that. Initially people would have been satisfied with the vaccine that was just 50% of efficacy. So this is the first vaccine to come. If this had been the first vaccine to come along, people would have been thrilled. Second vaccines behave differently when the rolled out to millions of people, and so there may be changes in the numbers going forward and third variants have popped up around the world. And Schultz Kerry says the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is the first to be tested against those and it did well, African see against the virus circulating in the U. S Good African see against thesis South African and the Brazilian variance as well. And the Johnson and Johnson vaccine is easier to store and distribute than the other two. Tell us about that. Well, yes, I mean, the first obvious thing is that the only requires one shot And that means people don't have to come back. You don't have to chase after them to make sure they get a second shot, so that makes logistic easier. And second of all, it's not as it's easier to store. It doesn't require these special freezers that the modern a vaccine requires. And so what happens next? We said there could be emergency authorization as soon as this weekend. Well, the process works like this. The FDA receives a bunch of material from the company and then they evaluated and that's what they released today and then before they make a decision, they convened a group called the Vaccine Advisory Committee. And they will meet on Friday to discuss and evaluate and two over the data, and by the end of the day, they'll issue some sort of a recommendation to the FDA and the FDA generally follows the recommendations of this advisory committee. And how much of a difference is this likely to make in the supply situation if there are three circulating rather than to now? Well, it's going to make a difference. Maybe not right away. There's going to be a few million three or four million doses released almost immediately if the vaccine is approved or authorized. 20 million. They expect by the end of March and 100 million by the end of June, so it's not going to solve the problem right away. But it will certainly help NPR's Joe

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Resident Evil 8 Village: Maiden Demo - PS5 Performance Review

DLC

03:39 min | 4 months ago

Resident Evil 8 Village: Maiden Demo - PS5 Performance Review

"Let's talk a little bit about the before we get to the next segment. Let's talk a little bit about the resident evil events that happened on the twenty first resident evil village. We'll talk about the demo that was released called maiden on playstation in the the Playlist segment because some of us have played it but is it a pretty big event announced on a number of things including the fact. That resident evil village will be coming in may may seventh. Is the current release date game. That was neither tone hoping it gets delayed. Don't you worry. And surprisingly a game that had been announced as a very prominent next gen title. Or what is now current gen titled playstation five xbox series x title and pc is going to be released on the previous gen playstation four xbox one and there will be a upgrade paths. You if you buy the game on playstation four you'll be able to upgrade to the playstation five version for free Same thing with xbox one xbox series s or x which that's going to be smart delivered so you don't have to worry about it on the xbox platform pretty cool there What do you think about this. Rob the are you a fan of resident evil. You're excited for village. And what do you think about. These games are now sort of well into twenty twenty one still being released on the previous gen first of all. I'm a mega resin. Evil fan all the way back to. I mean i used to rent a playstation from blockbuster video just a player isn't even one. Before i get own one myself and it's a it's a huge influence on my life especially from game audio. The original evil games those have very effective and evocative sound in them. So i've been a huge fan of her. Since and i think capcom has had a renaissance of resident evil as of late starting with seven and then the remakes and now eight or village. I'm really excited. I think the moved. The first person was a big head. Scratcher meals like this doesn't make any sense. And i played it and i was like okay. Get it's actually pretty good faltered a little bit towards the end but like ultimately like it was extremely effective scary game. I did not play in vr. Because i just don't know if i could handle that but even still in two in two d it was it was just as a scary in this everything seen from it is right up that same alley of of seven In terms of like games coming out cross jen like i think that's just smart They've shown that that ari engine is very scalable like extremely scalable. The ones The remakes and seven looked fantastic on any constantly played them on and eight is just that same engine. Now scaled up even further for action. Councils and i think they already had that skill building built in because they were building it for p. c. all the way down to base. Ps four previously. So now they're just scaling that higher end further but they can still go back to the low end so i just smart And then doing the right thing offering free upgrades on on ford. Ps five and Smart deliver xbox. That's just smart. 'cause you're gonna catch people you know who who right now. Can't they may have the money to buy an xbox series x or or five and not be able to get it and don't wanna play it right away and you know you're gonna you're gonna take care of those people who have the systems and wanna play the game now and then maybe get the opportunity to buy one of the new council sooner I i think there's they've done everything right. Here has nothing to complain about

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Biden Expected To Work To Repair U.S. Relations With Palestinian Leadership

WNYC Programming

01:25 min | 4 months ago

Biden Expected To Work To Repair U.S. Relations With Palestinian Leadership

"U. S policy toward Israel and the Palestinians changed dramatically under the Trump administration in favor of Israel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was a vocal ally of Donald Trump. We're joined now by NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem to talk about how the inauguration of President Joe Biden is being received their high. Daniel Hey, Ari. So some optimism was expressed today from the Palestinian leadership. Tell us about what they said. Yeah. Palestinians are eager to turn a new page here because Trump has snubbed the Palestinian leadership. Repeatedly, the administration closed down the Palestinian envoy's office in Washington. Um, the Trump administration moved the U. S embassy here to Jerusalem, where I am and sided with Israel's claims to the city. Palestinians also have claims in Jerusalem. So then the Palestinians cut ties with Trump. And then Trump stopped giving humanitarian aid to Palestinians, so there was just a lot of bad blood between them, and Biden has pledged to reverse a lot of what Trump did. He says he will restore humanitarian aid to Palestinians. He will oppose Israeli settlement activity in the occupied West Bank. Trump actually supported Israeli Claims to territory there. So now there are some Palestinians who are disappointed that the Biden team says they will not be moving the embassy out of Jerusalem, but the Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, Congratulated biting today and he's expecting violent to be more favorable to the Palestinians

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Democrats control Senate after three new senators are sworn in

All Things Considered

03:15 min | 4 months ago

Democrats control Senate after three new senators are sworn in

"Hours hours after after President President Joe Joe Biden Biden and and Vice Vice President President Kamila Kamila Harris Harris were were sworn sworn in in the the Senate Senate got got back back to work. Today, Control shifted from Republicans, two Democrats by the slimmest possible margin. First Vice President Harris swore in the new Democratic senators from Georgia who will give her party the numerical edge. And that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you are about to enter. So help you God. Yeah. Congratulations to tell us more. We're joined now by NPR Congressional reporter Claudia Gristle aside there. Hi, Ari. Tell us more about what happened today. So the Senate finalized their transfer of power from a Republican led chambers has been the case since 2015 to 1 that is divided 50 50 and led by one Democrat as the tiebreaker. And that's Vice President Kamala Harris. Democrats 12 weeks ago. But finally today, these two new senators from Georgia, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff's who shifted control of the chamber were sworn in and this is ahead of some very heavy lifts ahead. The chambers. New Majority Leader Chuck Schumer in his floor in his former marks, said quote I need to catch my breath so much is happening. But he's already highlighted three big tasks ahead a Senate impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump confirming Biden's Cabinet nominees and taking up a $1.9 trillion biting proposal for new coronavirus coronavirus relief aid. Yeah, Those are three very big tasks. What are Republicans saying about the next steps? We saw Republican leaders extending all of branch today trying to bridge some of this dramatic divide the trump years brought with Democrats. For example, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell acknowledged this transfer of power in his hopes to work with Biden. And this is the theme I heard from other Republicans today, they thought bite, instruct the right tone. In his inauguration speech, lifting these bipartisan hopes I talked to Alaska senators Lisa Murkowski, Let's take a listen. You can still disagree from a policy perspective and you can do so in ways that are still respectful and allow you to continue to work towards other goals. I also caught up with GOP Senator Susan Collins of Maine, who sounded a similar note. She said Biden struck those right themes of unity and a call for parties to stop viewing one another as adversaries, and she stands ready to advance their common goals. And West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin told Capitol Hill reporters today that a bipartisan group that includes workhouse game Collins would be meeting with Biden administration in the coming days. So again, this bipartisan theme was much of what I heard today from both sides. So how are they plan to tackle impeachment, massive legislation and confirming Biden's cabinet all at once? That will be a real test for whether members can talk into gum at the same time, as they like to say. Democrats are betting they can. One proposal that's being entertained is whether they can split their days between an impeachment trial and confirming these nominees. But first they need to reach a power sharing agreement with Republicans. Then they hope to tackle these big ticket items at warp speed in the coming days. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Greece, Alice Thank you. Thanks for having me.

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Democrats control Senate after three new senators are sworn in

All Things Considered

03:15 min | 4 months ago

Democrats control Senate after three new senators are sworn in

"Hours hours after after President President Joe Joe Biden Biden and and Vice Vice President President Kamila Kamila Harris Harris were were sworn sworn in in the the Senate Senate got got back back to work. Today, Control shifted from Republicans, two Democrats by the slimmest possible margin. First Vice President Harris swore in the new Democratic senators from Georgia who will give her party the numerical edge. And that you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you are about to enter. So help you God. Yeah. Congratulations to tell us more. We're joined now by NPR Congressional reporter Claudia Gristle aside there. Hi, Ari. Tell us more about what happened today. So the Senate finalized their transfer of power from a Republican led chambers has been the case since 2015 to 1 that is divided 50 50 and led by one Democrat as the tiebreaker. And that's Vice President Kamala Harris. Democrats 12 weeks ago. But finally today, these two new senators from Georgia, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff's who shifted control of the chamber were sworn in and this is ahead of some very heavy lifts ahead. The chambers. New Majority Leader Chuck Schumer in his floor in his former marks, said quote I need to catch my breath so much is happening. But he's already highlighted three big tasks ahead a Senate impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump confirming Biden's Cabinet nominees and taking up a $1.9 trillion biting proposal for new coronavirus coronavirus relief aid. Yeah, Those are three very big tasks. What are Republicans saying about the next steps? We saw Republican leaders extending all of branch today trying to bridge some of this dramatic divide the trump years brought with Democrats. For example, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell acknowledged this transfer of power in his hopes to work with Biden. And this is the theme I heard from other Republicans today, they thought bite, instruct the right tone. In his inauguration speech, lifting these bipartisan hopes I talked to Alaska senators Lisa Murkowski, Let's take a listen. You can still disagree from a policy perspective and you can do so in ways that are still respectful and allow you to continue to work towards other goals. I also caught up with GOP Senator Susan Collins of Maine, who sounded a similar note. She said Biden struck those right themes of unity and a call for parties to stop viewing one another as adversaries, and she stands ready to advance their common goals. And West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin told Capitol Hill reporters today that a bipartisan group that includes workhouse game Collins would be meeting with Biden administration in the coming days. So again, this bipartisan theme was much of what I heard today from both sides. So how are they plan to tackle impeachment, massive legislation and confirming Biden's cabinet all at once? That will be a real test for whether members can talk into gum at the same time, as they like to say. Democrats are betting they can. One proposal that's being entertained is whether they can split their days between an impeachment trial and confirming these nominees. But first they need to reach a power sharing agreement with Republicans. Then they hope to tackle these big ticket items at warp speed in the coming days. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Greece, Alice Thank you. Thanks for having me.

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An elegy for Arecibo

Science Magazine Podcast

04:33 min | 4 months ago

An elegy for Arecibo

"So air cbo. We've been calling this a post mortem which is pretty depressing. What's the status of the observatory. Now the observatory is still open but its main reason for being which is this enormous radio telescope which three hundred and five meters across is no more. It had a instrument platform suspended above it on cables that collapsed on or december and effectively destroyed the telescope and this is the culmination of a number of structural failures that happened to the telescope in twenty twenty. Yeah that's right. The first bowl broke in august. This was own auxiliary cable which had been added in nineteen ninety-seven when they added new instruments to this platform above the dish. So it needed more support so they added extra cables and it was one of these new ones not one the ones from its original construction which was fifty seven years ago or fifty eight. Now i guess and that cable pulled out of its socket. The soccer is the structure of the end of the cable that allows it to be attached to something and they just pulled out. We surprised everyone. No one expects a cable to fail in that way you went into a suspension while they investigated and ordered new cables to replace. Does hilary cables of which are six and then a second cable broke and then it was already perilous situation and the national science foundation which owns the telescope decided. It was too dangerous. The structure was not safe for people to work on and so they decided to have to be m decommissioned but before that could happen only a couple of weeks off to the second cable broke. More cables broke the whole thing. Came crashing down yeah. There's some kind of striking video of that. They're on the internet taken from a drone. I asked you before the interview if you've ever visited this site and he said no very sad about that now. I'm not going to get a chance to see it you know. It was a very spectacular instrument which was very beloved of astronomers and puerto ricans in particular but also filmmakers. You know it was used in two feature films. And i think the x. files as well used it as a backdrop. I always think of contact. This is such a striking image The way they show it in that movie and this is obviously a platform for a lot of science. What are some of the big accomplishments some of the highlights from astronomy at no. It's an interesting co scoop. Because it was used by lots of different sorts of scientists it was originally designed to be used as a radar instruments to look at the upper atmosphere so would send out pulses of radio waves and then receive the signal that was bounced back off the sphere. Which is upon the upper atmosphere where the air molecules are ionized by the sun. This is the first instance of its use and it wasn't even really for it was more for defense than anything else. The pentagon was looking for ways to track incoming ballistic missiles which you know in the late fifties and sixties was very new issue for them and so they built this telescope to try and understand the ionosphere better to see whether warheads trails that they could track them by. And that didn't really work out. And so it transitioned into being a a scientific facilities so people have continued using it to look at the ionosphere to this day. But they've also used things. Nasa used the radar to track objects in space that are near the up and could be threatening such as asteroids and also to look at other planets. It's been used to map. The surface of venus be seen with a normal telescope because it's surrounded by clouds and it can look far as saturn and then astrophysicists could use it to look at much more distant objects such as pulsars. Which are little dead stars that out a very regular metronome signal in radio waves and gas in galaxies in between the planets and it has a hundred uses and some of which made it very famous. People have won nobel prizes with work that they did. Don't aris the

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A Special Conversation with Congressman Ritchie Torres

People of the Pod

08:08 min | 4 months ago

A Special Conversation with Congressman Ritchie Torres

"Representative ritchie. Torres is a freshman member of congress. From new york's fifteenth congressional district. He is proudly progressive and proudly pro israel and we had hoped to have him on to talk about how important it is to make that progressive case for israel the riot at the capitol changed our plans unfortunately and he joins us now to talk about what comes next representative torres so much for joining us and honor for me to be here. Last wednesday was extremely scary for all of us. But i can't even imagine what it would have been like to be in the capital for it and we're also not entirely out of the woods yet with possible. Threats still brewing. Think so let me start here and just ask this. How are you holding up. It has been the most draining and disorienting week of my life. If a year ago you had said that. I would become a member of congress during infectious disease outbreak and that i would witness of violent insurrection against the us capital during the electoral college. Vote count and that i would then impeach donald trump. Not only once but twice. I would have said that has the feel of movie. I'm still in a state of shock. And i'm in a state of shock that a sitting president would instigate a violent mob to storm the us capital in an attempt to overturn the results of a presidential election. You are among the members of congress calling for the house to impeach president trump again. Although i suppose this is your first time impeaching him and that's a process that looks set to move forward this week. People are also talking about a resolution censuring ham or demanding resigned or using the twenty fifth or the fourteenth amendment's to remove him from office. What would satisfy you hear. What kind of action do you think that this moment calls for will. The best outcome is removal. And we've presented the vice president would alternate him. Is you invoke the twenty fifth amendment or else. We have no choice but to move forward with impeachment. It is clear that the vice president refuses to invoke the twenty fifth amendment in conjunction with a majority of the cabinet so we have no choice but to impeach donald trump the violent mob. He unleashed on the. Us capital represents unprecedented assault on the separation of powers between the congress and the president. A represents an unprecedented assault on the peaceful transfer of power from one president to the next if striking at the core of our constitutional republic is not an impeachable offense. Then what is impeachment for no choice just moments before you and i connected. The new york times reported that senate majority leader mitch. Mcconnell is actually pleased with the impending impeachment. do you think with mcconnell. 's implicit blessing. There's actually a chance that the senate might remove president trump from office so there are three outcomes spouse majority is required for impeachment a senate super majority is required for conviction and then once impeach convicted a senate majority is required for disqualification so the ultimate goal is not simply removed donald trump from office but to disqualify him from ever pursuing federal office again because he has shown himself to be a lethal threat to the republic is clear and present danger to the constitutional republic and what about aside from president. Trump are their members of congress. Either with you in the house or in the senate who you think crossed the line in what took place last week. There were several enablers of donald trump in the united states congress and elsewhere who spent months inflaming the disaffected supporters of donald trump. One example is congressman. Mel brooks went to the march and instigated an armed angry mob to vote. Take names and kick ass. He should be held out. We as elected officials have to be mindful of the words believes. What does it mean to be held accountable in this instance though. What does that look like expulsion at the conduct of for me. The attempt to overturn the results of an election the attempt to instigate a violent mob to take over the us capitol if that is not grounds for expulsion. That i honestly don't know what it's these members of congress and donald trump inspired a violent mob that led to the murder of police office was bludgeoned to death by a fire. Extinguisher are their image. Is of a rioter in the senate chamber wearing tactical gear with plastic handcuffs. As though he were planning to take hostages right. I'm convinced that there were rioters. Who were intent on apprehending and assassinating members of congress. The majority leader the speaker and even the vice president is a video of rieter screaming. The vice president should be hanged a news and a gala were erected outside the capitol and the president was tweeting out against his own vice-president in real time while the capitol was under siege was pouring more gasoline on the fire above violence. He put not only congress at rescue. Put the life of his own vice president. Aris one of your fellow freshman members Also said something to the effect of when speaking to people who are concerned about the outcome of the election He said it's okay to threaten them a little right. It's okay to to threaten members of congress a little. This was madison cawthorn from north carolina in addition to representative brooks. Are there other people who you think you know. Their actions kind of rise to a certain level needs to be a conference investigation to determine which members of congress had a role in inciting insurrection. Against the us congress which is disqualifying which should disqualify you from holding office and it's worth pointing out that. There was a deep strain not only racism antisemitism among the elements of the violent bomb. If i recall correctly one or several of the writers had a shirt that read kim auschwitz. You had confederate flags who had symbols of racism and antisemitism white supremacy for aiding the violent mob. That attempted to take over the capital. It should be cause for concern and you know trumpism is going to have more staying power than trump. I worry that violent white nationalism. Violent antisemitism and racism is going to be a fact of life that will continue to haunt us. Now i think of politics as an alternative to violence. Politics is about the resolution of conflict by means other than violence and if there is a set of the population that loses confidence in politics that sees it as illegitimate and trump has convinced them. That it's illegitimate then. That segment is going to resort to violence. The d. legitimation politics is an open invitation to violence. And i think the jewish community in particular has the most state because history has taught us that paranoid. Conspiratorial politics is often a breeding ground fantasy sentences. I know if we have the most at stake or among the most at stake but certainly everything that we saw last week out of that riot was vile but certainly the racism. The anti semitism really terrible to our listeners. Who don't yet follow. Ajc dot global on instagram. I would encourage you to check out the instagram slider that our team put together detailing some of the anti semitism that the congressman talks

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

03:05 min | 6 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

03:28 min | 6 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"Don't neglect how things look don't like the neglect the brand don't neglect PR and the ability to really build something that's unique and will people find compelling because if you're not engaging with Target audiences, you're nothing the question for you, you know, you mentioned brand is everything and I've seen some statements around social media basically saying it's measuring brand awareness is near impossible or measuring right? So, can you share a little bit about how you measure the success of what you're doing or what are some of the K. Is that you look at to make sure audio burst is on track. Yeah, so I think yes brand is hard to measure it's true. There are ways to measure it right so you can look at you can look at searches. You can look at organic your website. You'll you can look at things that are impacted by a brand you can also do Branch surveys and see how people feel and think and how much they know about your brand at a given point and then again later. But really I think the brand is there to serve some purposes, right? So if you want to raise money if you want to sell if everything starts to increase it's usually attributed to building a better brand, right. So it's going to be very hard to see an increase in sales or a successful round or whatever it is if your brand is suffering. So again, it's it's this there's some standard wage during the brand and then there's things that are tied together to some other business goals and KP eyes, and they think it's important to to look at both Yeah, I think so. It also must we always joke, we don't joke. Our tag line is we make it measurable. So we're we're always saying no data we trust and looking how to measure but I do think in in marketing wage some times get tough to measure is that in some things maybe audio even and then you could because it's as well but there's some human components to it. So, you know, how do you say You're All About Numbers all the time. Sometimes you do lose that art form of eye condition. So it's like you kind of almost have to trust in the in the good the good job of marketing and just hope for the notes. That's really that's really important. And I think that one way to to measure the that that you can measure is ask ask your employees, right? So I'm always give any place when they come back from a conference. Okay. Did you feel a difference in how people did people know about the company did they react differently and if you measure and take notes over time, you can find really interesting things so strong. At any click we found this after consistent marketing at some point all of a sudden when sales people are going into into companies. They had heard of us and had a positive connection to us and it happened like a moment in time. So if you take notes, even though that's just this is my sense you are in place have the best sense. They're in touch with hundreds of people in the industry. So make sure to take notes about what is that is that people are feeling sensing Hearing in the market some good advice. That is the thank you. Time is coming to a close and I have two questions for you. The first question I have is social media is amazing. We live and breathe it and found so much information about anyone on social media and I did do some due diligence and.

"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

05:19 min | 6 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"But how do you build a well-oiled marketing team taking that into consideration that everybody is everywhere perhaps birth. Regents wherever however you build your your structure of where vp-marketing States or where your Market or said. How do you build that well-oiled team and what roles today would you know, they are for lack of a better word essential. So, you know, I'm still building my strategy my hiring strategy. Excuse me, so I'm still building my my hiring strategy and I think that's what's really important to me is high-quality materials. So graphic designers right up there. I have already a web developer that that a name's that enables me to be nimble in all kinds of settings. All in house rules are these Graphic designers Outsource, and and the the developers is in house. And I think I think it's really today it it's better to create some kind of a hybrid model where you're hiring the people they really need in house and start start Outsourcing and see as your especially for start-ups as your needs increase you could decide about about hiring an else. You definitely don't want to hire somebody who will be underutilized or you know, drive them crazy. So it gives more more flexibility when you Outsource. I think it's important to have good content writers in house because there's such a learning curve there anything that has to do with the brand although PR for the foreseeable future. I'm Outsourcing wage even PPC I'm starting Outsourcing and then you know based on results will make a decision there. Do you think And so with that so, you know, we talked about in-house Outsourcing some of the skills that helped because we talked a lot about mindset skills that tool set off and we kind of divided what we needed to those three categories. We you know, the world was catapulted into digital transformation. We also tend to talk about digital transformation in the same way like the basis of digital transformation with mindset skill-set involved with it and what we've seen and keep me honest if you've seen this as well, but it seems as though this year and and and four years building up to 20 20 as well at.

"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

05:28 min | 6 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"Does it matter where marketing six is question number one when you have Global team and how do you handle as a VP marketing all of those cultural differences whether they're external and your marketing to your project and telling the story if your customer is in those regions or even internally to get the message out are there things that we should be aware of? See that's you know, that's fascinating. Cuz since since this crisis has started I've been thinking a lot about the question of where teams need to sit and of course how you communicate with it and all that as many Executives have and I've been thinking about my personal Journey, you know, I I started out at a new york-based PR from the decided to open a an office here in Nashville, and and that was an interesting decision and that went really well because we were helping Israeli startups Bridge into the US and then I moved to Boston because a non-profit they needed they needed an Israeli and they needed them to their right. So I was trained I was scouted I was trained I was brought out there and I asked myself like would that happen today? And how would that work? Would I just do em be assumed I travelled extensively I did advocacy work spoke to tens of thousands of people throughout North America could I really have done that be a zoom? I don't know open-ended right then I came back and I worked at a couple of birth. US based PR firms that decided to to have a presence here. I was working for one philadelphia-based firm that opened the Tel Aviv office and then asked me to manage the the people in Philadelphia and in New York and that was challenging for me because I thought I could do a remote but more and more I found that for, you know, the real personal relationships and for when there was Crisis. I just more often. Note hop on a plane and head out to Philadelphia for even a day and and deal with that coming back.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

05:26 min | 6 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"And if you if you don't motivate them, they won't work as hard as you want them to so so my first step is think of them as an extension of your team and make sure there gung ho about your mission as as you are. My second thing is as yourself are they being transparent? Are they keeping you informed of Outreach and results are they keeping in the dark many PR from are still very traditional and they comments like, you know, we've reached out to ten reporters today and nobody has shown interest. I think it's important to push back in those cases the right. Who did you reach out to did they ignore your email? Do they open it? Did they respond if they rejected the pitch did they provide any feedback? Because the only way to succeed is for a PR firm to be transparent wage for the marketer to work collaboratively with a PR firm to tweak to try different approaches try different pitches and work together to get results. So if if you find a job PR firm is being secretive and holding on to this Mystique of let us do our job and and succeed. It's time to look for another PR firm that up, you know something here. We say it off the coast internally. There is trust and verify so it sounds like you're telling us a little working with a PR firm just trust and verify that whatever results are coming through that they're you know, if what's the whys behind the results that you're getting off? Yeah. Absolutely. I think trust is important and and verification in real time. So not verified later, but in real time is also important and you you also mentioned. Earlier that audio burst. It's a start-up, correct. Yeah, we're five years old about 45 employees credible incredible. There's the the Vivacious if you will have startup life, it's very thrilling it is I think a big topic that a lot of startups have mastered is growth hacking and I also think Rose packing and thinking like a start-up is something that a lot of Corporations with bigger teams that unfortunately, right they're not necessarily in that mode of survival maybe in other ways they are off but how can you know for for any of the marketers listening out there who are in corporate perhaps, can you share a little bit about what they can learn from start-ups because you have this very interesting experience going from the startup world to corporate and then back to start up and maybe even vice versa. Like is it is it the same mentality? Is it the same mindset and what can we learn from one another game?.

"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

02:56 min | 6 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"It's an interesting question and it's debated a lot. You know, one of my first moves here at audio burst was to bring on a PR firm. So I still believe PR holds some value but it's more complicated than that. Right? Because so much of marketing today is about lead generation and the funnel and PR will almost always lose to any other forms of wage growth or performance. It's so much cheaper to acquire leads almost any other way and interestingly a brand awareness to rights. It's also cheaper to get to audiences in other digital formats that are not strict media relations. Um, but there is a certain way to gravitas that's still attached the consistent coverage and especially to coverage in the right trade Publications wage and top-tier business and and Tech pumps that are really hard to get anywhere else and I felt that when I joined the Forbes communication council's a couple of years ago. I got so much attention and you know, that was even thought Not pure media relations. It's it's a paid relationship and still just the forms brand a hundred years old or whatever. It is has so much weight. So I do think PR is extremely important at the same time. We have to remember that very few people will read more than a couple of Publications regularly. So while it's a good way good channel to get to the right people often times PR is usually only as good as your ability to amplify it, right and that's where octopus and social media come into play because if you're not doing the right engine oil work to boost and you know even classic TPC sometimes and of course organic reached which is the easiest employee advocacy things like that off and and we were we really turned this into a science at appsflyer and I saw I saw some amazing success this week with their recent round. So I think that PR's only as good as dead, Ability to amplify it in other ways. And if you do everything together in an integrated marketing strategy, it's a very important pillar of.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

04:54 min | 6 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"So with all of this going on and twenty twenty and and get this, you know, we have a pandemic going on world. As you said you want to free yourself from our screen what keeps you up at night in in your feelings and what you do and where you are or where do you find the most challenges? That's a fascinating question Jen in the in the audio industry. It's it's really interesting. I think the stars are perfectly aligned, you know, there's been an incredible explosion and content you want to guess how many podcasts or listen to non-apple. You know, I I feel I do not know but I'm almost intimidated to know because I'm like, where would this one stand exact so there's actually one and half million podcasts which is double what they what they had last year. Right? So this this explosion and podcasts that's on the one hand. There's not much content that's being produced and you know, how much effort and time and and and money is poured into this content and it's really good and on the other hand we're surrounding ourselves with devices that make audio consumption so easy so airpods, for example, Mark Anderson wrote let you know number one investor in the valley. He wrote last year that it's deceptive because we think it's a little thing but really it's huge. People walk around these with these things for hours. It makes audio so much more accessible and Echoes, you know, smart home devices and connected speakers. We had zero last year then we got our first off have four in the house. So what does it mean to be surrounded with all these devices and all the content that's available on the other. So I think you hit the nail on the head when you said the problem is about cutting through the noise. I think that's what keeps a lot of people a lot of marketers up at night with video with audio with a lot of formats is how do you cut through the noise for us? It's a huge opportunity. So I'm not so concerned about that because we're that in a blur that bridge between the content and the user but I guess if if I have to talk about my fear it's you know, the race to who will be the bridge who will be the enabler the name of that. So if the big guys Amazon Google Apple even Spotify take it on as a core Mission how quickly can they run to make up for the years that we already invested this in this and the other thing that keeps me up wage. Is the global recession right covid-19?.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari

Ari

03:39 min | 6 months ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari

"We're super Proud to have you here excited to hear your journey. I know you've had quite the twenty-twenty and I was hoping we might be able to kick off this episode with a little bit of a back story of how you found yourself if you are today Sheriff, so where do I start? I'm proud father of four boys ages 3 to 11:00 and a proud husband to navajos. One of the world's first female ducks. Rabbis. We live in Jerusalem the six of us, which means I'm doing forever to commute to work since there's not enough senior marketing roles in in Jerusalem. I've been in marketing for about fifteen years yet. I started I started out when I applied for a strategic marketing internship at a global PR firm called Rudolph in that was around two thousand and five and I I almost everything to my 3-year baptism by fire a true dorfin. Then I left for a stint in non-profit marketing. That's where you and I met years ago dead. That took me to Boston and we came back. I went back to agencies. I start off in partners and bent her first. So a lot of PR work and then I decided to make the switch to our house, you know, I love the Deep dive and the brushing up with product sales operations are in the that you have at a startup and you don't necessarily get when you're an agency and your boss. Only point of contact is the CMO. I wouldn't give that up for anything in the world. So since I went in house, I've had three positions. My first role was at any clip which does really cool video game analysis and content management of video. I was there for three years and then I joined appsflyer that recently raised funds from sales force their the global leader in Mobile attribution. I think you had a couple of guests from the from apps by recently and What we did we did we had the the one and only Jonathan Rivera on the show. Jonathan's amazing. Yeah, I work with Jonathan closely. I had a purely calms role which was interesting to do off at at the apps flyer. It was interesting to take my PR and brand background and apply to one company and then just earlier this month. I joined audio burst as we be marketing dead body burst is a really cool company. Our vision is to organize the world's audio content and make it universally accessible and I think that's important because it's time to release you man from the shackles of screens and so much content is consumed via images and text and video. Whereas if you think about it or Primal mode of communication is actually voiced. So that's my job. I'm trying to we have a real cool platform that we both for audio search and delivery and the largest library of topical audio content and my job is to Market it to the world and see who wants to add that layer of next month. Any experiences to their app product website, whatever. Wow, okay, so you had quite the marketing journey and you definitely there's a few buzzwords that I I AI video out there and you know breaking through to you sound audio will touch on it all on today's episode and I guess so. Yeah, we're really a lot to dive into and I'm really glad to have an expert Like You on the show to dive into this because there's a lot of our audience questioning, you know where AI plays a role and even video and found how this all comes together for marketers to use and to really reach out and impact their audiences..

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:58 min | 7 months ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"To the Donald Trump has to try to do something tonight. That he's never been able to do which is appeal to his base, and then also expand that base and that's that's GonNa be really challenging because tonight he's going to be muted. The crazy outlandish things that he says that tend to be beneficial in excite his base he's not going to be able to do it. He's going to be the clean version of a donald trump album tonight every time he tries to interrupt every time he tries to say why someone's going to block him. So this will be a very challenging night for him. I don't know if he has the skill set to do it but if you can't at least change the media narrative after tonight's debate performance, we're going to be a around game right now he's behind both in cash and feet on the ground. Robert you've prep these and you know whether you're going to admit it or not. Barack, Obama and Donald Trump do have one thing in common as president. Maybe. It's the darn thing. But neither of them had their best first debate as an incumbent. We've certainly seen Obama and other debates do better than he did in that first one and trump who whether you like it or not has at times Ben Wide ranging the quote unquote funny. Different styles in the primary debates with Republicans none of that I mean he came off terribly last time he was haranguing he was interrupting he was negative. He was a churlish childish. You name it Do you see Donald Trump having advised people in these debates these presidents as you've done Turning any corner here or is that hard for incumbents to do? Well, look I think the question boils down to are we going to see more disciplined donald trump tonight and I, think there's Four plus years of evidence that makes that likely a pretty hard lift in a pretty big lift for him to do look I actually think the presidential debate commission is GonNa, help him at I. Don't mean that in an various way I think the mute button will help him in the sense that he's not going to seem. At least for those two minute answers overly borish and bullying in the answers like he did last time I think that will help him. The question is tonight. Can he press a case either against Biden that's disciplined about whether it's on the economy or what he's running on or what have you, and can he get people in this country as was said earlier to think differently. About him as president, he's he has to come off as somebody WHO's different than we've seen in the past somebody who makes you feel better about who he is as a leader and that to me is the lift again that just seems somewhat unimaginable to see was a little easier to get Barack Obama back on track after admittedly a terrible first debate in in two thousand twelve. Libby Robert Gibbs here making the gentle shading of Donald Trump. That anything that produces less trump like a mute button may be good for him. But that's a media strategy from someone who knows it well, me what do you see tonight? That listening right that President Obama was listening to his counselors in advisors and course correcting we all right after that first debate Ari Fleischer on Fox and friends with the whiteboard with instructions to president trump and some were joking it was. I'm Laura Beale and my podcast Dr Death we dug into the story of Dr Dench and the system failure that allowed him to maim and kill patients in Texas. Since Dr Death came out, I've received hundreds of tips about doctors who've abused their patients. I still get a few every week but one story in particular has kept coming in over and over again far more than any other. It's a story about a doctor who sacrificed his patience health for personal profit, a doctor who had over five hundred victims before being stopped by the FBI, a doctor who deserves the nickname given to him by.

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Hey everyone listened to. The podcast is our Melbourne. We are back with a podcast exclusive. You guys said you like it when we do these impeachment trial week so we're doing what we've been keeping you up to date of course each night on some of the developments from trump impeachment trial both on air and in the show and in our special extra segments which are always available to you on Youtube if you look for them but right now is a bonus episode. I'm going to summarize the final day of the prosecution's opening arguments there against Donald Trump. Then I'm going to play something that you may not have heard or seen because it wasn't on the beat but it did make some waves quite honestly. It is an interview where I go through both the pros and cons of this trump defense and get really into detail with someone so you've probably heard of Mark Meadows Freedom Caucus Chair and on the trump defense team as a republican in the house. We go into a lot of stuff. It's back and forth. It gets a little fiery but take a listen. Listen to let me know in the comments. What you think or if this questions We missed it and ask and then finally our report on why this week the truth hurts. Yes like the lizzy Song Song. All of that up ahead. On this special edition of the beat with Ari Melber. The opening case against President trump has hit the home stretch democratic prosecutors finishing finishing their third day of arguments with a compelling case about how trump approach this Ukraine probe like the molar pro. Something he had to stop in order to hide the truth. President trump tried to cheat and then he worked hard to cover it up a scheme to suppress evidence and orchestrate a massive cover-up who ordered the cover up of the call record no so the delay wasn't meaningless. Real people. Real lives are at stake. Orienting them to defy congressional subpoenas. The question for for you is whether it's okay for the president to withhold tax payer money for a personal political benefit their president wage to campaign of intimidation. There's a toxic mess at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue it's not okay to me this is how alliances wither and die and how Russia wins the Democrats detailing their case for impeaching trump based on obstruction of congress. And what they say trump did after he got caught. They're arguing. That obstruction is key because it also shows Donald trump knew he was doing something wrong before anyone was even talking about impeachment or quid pro quo bribery. Remember the Democrats say Donald Donald Trump was suspiciously telling his ambassador Gordon Saul and he wanted no quid pro quo. which is a response to an accusation? He wasn't even facing yet now now. Republican defenders contest that interpretation. They're seizing on something. You may actually remember from George Costanza in Seinfeld the the idea from Seinfeld. It's not a lie if you believe it and some are writing about this today well and that is technically true but think about it like this. There's no tooth fairy but kids who talk about about the tooth fairy. They believe something untrue. They're not lying parents. who talk about the tooth fairy? No they aren't telling the truth. So trump defender Lindsey. Graham is is going full George Costanza saying whatever trump did it was right in his own. Mind all I can do well. You is it. From the President's point of view he did nothing wrong in his mind if he thought he was doing something wrong he would probably shut up about it in his mind. There may be a lot more along these lines as Donald Trump's lawyers get their turn on the Senate floor and this argument. Let me be clear this can work up to a point. Criminal Law often requires tires bad or corrupt intent. In your mind if you forget to turn off your oven and a fire starts you. Don't go to jail for that honest mistake but if you don't turn off your oven in order to start a fire that could be arson. Same Action Different Mindset and there you get the crime. So why am I telling you all this you you need to know this to understand where this trial is headed because this is an impeachment trial not a criminal prosecution if a president abuses power by hypothetically really ordering the army to block voting booths and cancelled the election. Well it doesn't matter if the president thinks in his mind it's the right thing to do the congress will reach its own judgement of whether that's an abuse of power. It is as for grams other hypothetical that trump would shut up if he really was doing something wrong. We'll house managers insist it's it's trump's very inability to shut up about it that's provided the evidence take this thundering argument by Adam. Schiff many are saying we'll be in the history books. We're GONNA go through right now. Some shifts argument on the floor adding in the extra evidence that we all know about from the public record beginning with I the public conspiracy. What happens if China got the message by the way likewise China started investigation into the by? Now you can say well. He's just joking. Of course he didn't really mean China's should investigate the binds. You know that's no joke. Second Shift presented evidence is trump ousted the professionals because he opposed the facts. He chose Rudy Giuliani over his own national security advisers. We have have no information. That indicates Ukraine interfered with the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Details are both convoluted and false and during your time in the White House you explain that to the president right date is not only a conspiracy theory it is completely debunked when all of them were telling him. MM This Ukraine. Two Thousand and sixteen stuff is Kooky crazy Russian propaganda. He chose not not to believe them he chose to believe Rudy Giuliani. And there. You go even beyond the conspiracy theories shift arguing sending your personal fix or does reveal your motive votive which was back on display during this very trial this week. He chose Rudy Giuliani over his own national security advisers it's shocking crimes at the highest levels of both governments. That makes him dangerous to us to our country. Am I going to cover productive. The Democrats and the media covered up absolutely not all of them. Were telling him this Ukraine two thousand sixteen stuff is Kooky Kooky crazy Russian propaganda just just attacking me. Why would anyone in their right mind? Believe Rudy Giuliani over Christopher. Wray and then you get to a really devastating part but aside partisanship and shift went on to remind everyone including the very jurors who know this so personally they themselves have long questioned trump's integrity and fitness for the very powers hours. He now stands accused of abusing. You know you can't trust this present do what's right for this country country. This man is a pathological liar. Does anybody really question whether the president is capable of what he's charged with. I think he's a Kook. I think he's crazy adding he's unfit for office. No one is really making the argument. Donald trump would never do such a thing. Donald trump is a phony a fraud his promises whereas worthless as a degree from trump university. Because of course we know that he would and of course we know that he did filing their the president's own words about abusing abusing power part of the impeachment trial it will surely be remembered. Not only for Congressman shifts emotional closing last night but for its schilling logic. I think what will be remembered may be this shift noting that if the Senate ultimately runs a trial which lets this man completely off the hook with not only only no conviction but with no censure with no accountability with no criticism even in with perhaps no witnesses for the public record that kind of trial trial risks inviting him to do it all again. He'll do it now. He's done it before he'll do it for the next several month's he'll do it in the election these allowed to. I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose any voters. Okay then I have an article to where I have the right to to do whatever I want as president this is why if you find him guilty you must find that. He should be removed. The House manager. They're arguing when someone tells you who. They are brags about the thought of literally getting away with murder. Who does that and that all of that is out in public for you to see? The argument here is to try to get the senators. All of them no matter the party to at least twice about that. And that's what trials are four to see the evidence to stop and listen whether it is exciting or not as has been debated and then to take that all in and deliberate as the Senate does that. Perhaps many in the nation will be joining them today. Democratic house managers will be presenting oral arguments on the abuse of power charge here something president. Trump's lawyers claim is not even impeachable in the first place joined now by Congressman Mark Meadows Republican from North Carolina. A member of the president's Impeachment Defense Team also remember the oversight committee. Thanks for in here Sir. Good morning great to be with you all good morning to you. Take a listen congressmen to what Congressman Schiff said on the floor. Yesterday you you will hear the president's lawyers make the astounding claim that you can't impeach the president for abusing the power of his office. Couldn't go to bill bar for that opinion. Couldn't go to even Jonathan Turley their expert in the House for that opinion. No they had to go outside of these experts outside of the constitutional constitutional off to a criminal defense lawyer and professor and why because they can't contest the facts and here is that exact evidence. Bill Barr writing. Trump was president in two thousand eighteen..

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"If you want to control the means of production a third way is something kind of I think in between utilize plus wherein a chain for someone who's never had any money and ben kind of looked down upon or felt marginalized their whole life is a way of saying. I got something now because I notice and I'm curious what you think I noticed. Just watch it on instagram. The younger rappers at twenty getting money for the first time it goes to the chain it goes the watch but they're twenty and what's the twenty year old in any context thinking about right there. That's the mentality of a young person. The ones who stay in the game were succeed right. Jay's not wearing the same level right buddies building power in other ways. I'm I'm curious especially for our listeners some of whom I'd say Oh of course I came to this is awesome and other say okay. I'm learning something new. What do you say to them about hip. Hop Sort of complex relationship with that materialism and when young men sometimes from poorer community saying OB- finally getting my it goes back to early hip hop on the MC has always been on the one that that paints the pitches and sets has to scene and His Majesty nation is exaggeration for things is what created that that wow l. moment at at at the party and one of the things that I am sees always did was brag about things brag about having Avin. Thanks maybe as a measuring stick or sometimes too big. Dick Cellphone after school or take a dip in the pool. Which is why you know what I mean yeah. I rap record. was you know but again it was it was it was rap as being egotistical right now you got. A. Dj College saying our pool is bigger than conyers right now. They're comparing who has larger pool exactly and that that's the that's the way it goes for a lot of people the media the media aw starts a lot of that too young to me but yeah. I mean in the beginning it was you know us being egotistical testicle imaginative and things of that nature but then it did turn into almost stereotypical thing where you know if you're a rapper you're supposed to have this. APP This on not only from the individual but even you know people looking at rapids will be like. Oh you you were rapper was your bodyguards. Where's your big chain wizard. That became a way to confer the legitimacy of hip hop as you need to have. That's why people say you know. Mc Hammer was like I guess I'm supposed to have this entourage says if you can afford it we can do whatever you want. Well let me let me ask you before I let you go. There's two things I wanNA talk about your titles and then some of the concepts of creativity in the book on the title's you know Ebro big a big hip hop. Dj Seven he made his list top fifty rappers of all time so this isn't just twenty years ago all time he has you in the top ten billboard billboard. has you in the top five rappers of all time and the source magazine. has you number one on their top fifty list of all time. I X. L. put it in a really a funny way. I think they said rock'em is your favorite rapper's favorite rapper. What does that mean to you as that's dope. That's that's. That's going to let me know that I did something good. home. I on spy people but also I guess inspired a staff where it it. It's GONNA outlast my career. You know what I mean and and it's a dope APPs my sable. Who's your favorite rapper and they say such. What was your favorite rapper. You know what I mean so I it's like it's overlapping my career and going into other people's career okay so is one of them things where you know feel the moral and good about you know about the grounds that I laid man and oh no we all want to. We all want longevity careers but we also want our music stand tested time impossible. Ns S. one of the ways that I could say on along that way along that route where you know maybe you know I can be remembered for a long time after after my career well after you know passed away so that's making me feel good about you know doing some oh goodness sitting. Goba people yeah that's wild and then there's the creativity you talk about in the book you talk about purpose inspiration ration- your spirituality consciousness and energy and this is the other quarterb. I'm hoping you'll read because some of these lines you know they echo for years for people so let's hear you again reading from the book sweat the technique which people can get out now and then. Let's talk about on the other side if you if you share this passage with us yes the passages. I said never let the Mike magnetising me no more to emphasize this. Although the Mike is the Mike is used to have control over me now now. I have control over it I used to it used to draw me. Excuse me I got my glasses on. It used to draw me in like a magnet but now memorial MC in my relationship with the Mike Solomon Control Yeah so people read this book Doc. They know the legacy. You're trying to do something very difficult which is opened up a little bit of your creativity. That passage is helping us think through how you take these structures and draw them out out what will people. This is the part of the interview. It's both interesting but also our little book pitch. What will people listening get from reading this book about how to tap their own creativity because I saw some of the messages and lessons is brought it and you might work. We words some lyricism. Other people might work with other things but it's more broad than in the book. Yes yes. It's about people being able to because entertaining you know sports whatever it is a lot of times we look for different things to different people for inspiration trying to explain that we also by ourselves to and if we dig deep enough you know sometimes when you there's no inspiration like I'm a writer Sometimes you know you get to the point where your pin gets slow. Some people like to call a writer's block. I'm stubbing. I don't believe in writer's writer's block okay so I believe once my pen slowdown I gotta go live or you know just relax for a minute you know regroup group dig deeper and and you know focus in and let it flow we all have a natural choose source of energy in our body otherwise we wouldn't be able to get up to anything hard wooden beloved flow so we are energy so if I if we can realize realized that and tap into it in understand that it also works for creative process we can inspire ourselves to do the same thing that James Brown inspired me to do not saying that you know I'm great enough all better than James Brown or you know but got the inspiration. A lot of times that we're looking for outside of us is in us we have we have the ability to push ourselves far beyond we know and understand so. I'm trying to get people to understand that no it consists within them and tap into it because a lot of times you know using different people as racing a lot tops. James Brown is not going to give me everything I need inspiration. Marvin Gaye is not going to give me everything I need for inspiration Michael Jackson all of these famous people you know I love Michael Jordan but he's not gonNa give me everything I I can watch them and be inspired but when I get on that court it's GonNa take a little more than me knowing like in Mike to be good. you know what I mean so this is my way of telling the people that what we look for exists within us and we just gotTa Chapman and know that greatness is Dan just you know pull it out of yourself and and and take them troll greatness as they're pulled out of yourself ESA fitting thought for us to rest on a meditate on Cam. Thanks for coming on court and a beat. I hope you come back. No doubt would welcome at nine and keep up the good work and I love to come back. Maybe after the book hit the people. Maybe we come back. Talk about a little more. I love that you've been listening to record with Ari Melber the Great Lyricists Rottkamp and the book sweat the Technique Yours yes..

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"ari" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"ari" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Podcast. And we have a very special extended bonus addition, my conversation with six members of the legendary Wu Tang clan. You're going to hear from goes face. Kill Rizza mass to kill you got inspected deck and capita, they join me on the roof of thirty rock. It was the day. They were also taping a performance Jimmy Fallon, and we talked about everything how they grew up in New York together how they got into martial arts films. How risen wants their albums to be like movies, his view of J Cole, and the sort of middle child approach between different generations of hip hop. We're talking about all kinds of stuff. This is extension of my new show on MSNBC where we go deep on news and culture, hope you enjoy the extended conversation. It starts right now. This is the b- with Ari Melber. And I'm joined for a very special interview by the legendary retain clan. Donahue. Got expect a deck. Mass killer, thank you for being here. Thank you for having us you have a tour. You have the new project of Mike, some men on Showtime, and I just want to get into the music Rizza. What does this project mean and what does it mean to you? When you see a new generation coming up excited about TEK, well, the new generation of soil, Bob music, and our culture and infusing today's, it's a, it's a blessing to me all the hard work, we put in or two hours or the travel was we, we use no being away from our families, and dedicate into art is like we planted those seeds, and now they're sprawling, you know, and I think it's, it's, it's, it's the greatest reward this documentary was so cool about it. I think you'll you'll hear things about us that we didn't even know about each other because I think it takes a man, a certain age. Right. Or certain evolution to be able to express yourself. You know what I mean? And we. At that evolutionary stage in our lives. We're not chairman anymore. It was. You will see that you'll see on the town. We but we're not caving anymore. Thank about evolution. Is that if any man sees another man fly, we all fly? Right. So when, when these kids, anybody wants moutain dock and they see our struggle, and still we've been through. I'm sure it will inspire them. It will inspire the hip hop generation, that's present. And it will inspire hip hop generation, that's coming up. You know what I mean because they'll get a chance to see a path..

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Well, the the second question, I think is pretty easy. I don't I don't think Muller was like strategizing with the southern district. I think he was just trying to do his job. And the southern district will will the chips chips will fall where they may. It's an interesting question about you know, is the is the younger generation, less informed. I think anyone who speaks about the younger generation is obviously a very old person. And. So I would be pleased to say, I don't know. I I think as the mother of teenagers. I know that teenagers don't might teenagers at least don't consume media in the way that I do. They don't watch television. But they consume it on social media. They are very informed because they have more news coming at them. My concern sometimes is sourcing. Sometimes they get their information from some outlets that I don't think are as trustworthy as they could be. But by and large, I think they are very informed. As for the southern district, and whether or not the president can part in because the southern district is a federal prosecutorial arm. The president can pardon and that's problematic. But if a state agency or prosecutorial arm starts investigating and perhaps charges than the president cannot pardon. So I suspect that that may be an avenue there. Yup. So couple of things I agree. Ari? Does a great job second. I'm not sure you know, as as Jeffrey was looting to. I'm not sure whether whether we can judge whether young people are as informed as they were before or not. But I think there's a recognition that they are differently informed. They're getting their information from different places. And I think the the smart journalists are reaching out and trying to get to young people where they are. But Sunny's, right. It's hard to source information on the internet. There's a that New Yorker cartoon, you know, with the dog sitting there looking at the screen thing on the internet. Nobody knows you're a dog that I think is is the issue. I'm going to actually be a little more. Concern if I were the president, I would be more concerned about the southern district, then perhaps people have have suggested sonny's, right? You can pardon people in the southern districts federal federal jurisdiction. But if I were the president, and I've been practicing law for twenty five years, if I had a client in in the president's position and the position of his businesses knowing what I know I would be very very concerned about the southern district in New York. I'll take a crack and a couple on our way out. I mean, I think the southern district is especially significant because it's an open investigation that doesn't have the time deadlines that Muller had and deals with business and financial activities. And it is where confessed election crime occurred is where other outlets, National Enquirer other arrangements other. They're off the books over the line on the line things have already been exposed. So what else is there life that do you think those were one offs? And that was the only time those things ever happened or do you think the investigators are digging into all of that? They should they have a reputation for being aggressive and independent. They should also be careful and thoughtful. I don't think they are out to take out the president United States. But I do think you could see it would be conceivable that those investigations would continue to complicate matters for some of those players in the Trump organization, but none of that I think cuts against the larger points that we discussed tonight, including constitutional accountability. And the fact that there was no chargeable collusion. But there was. And other crime on covered. All those things to me are like more macro. Where's rod Rosenstein? You know, he's packing up. He's getting out. He's no longer. Number one, which he was acting attorney general under the refusal rules. So while he's there and bar has very cleverly invoked him in the letter. But he didn't he didn't co-sign the letter, and he invokes Muller, but we don't know whether they agree or not on this stuff..

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"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Albeit fucking gold. I'll make an extra six hundred two thousand bucks a week. It's like it's all. The problem. I don't know. I didn't check him whether again, but she's like, seventeen. I'm killing myself. But yeah, they're out now. Tell them how you like it go to Dan, wait, wait, let's remember, underscore Daniels loss Dino. Daniel Stanislas there's not another one. I'm not verified because I refused to go through that fucking Bruce. Oh, can you Email as now it's may have found? Is it really you just video. It's it's one hundred percent of these you. It's so dumb that check Mark. You see people with like comments, like five hundred dollars. I want to verify for what they're trying to prove yourself. Who else has your fucking name? I, when I saw comedians who are less successful and less good than me gang verified, I'm like, it's not a trophy. Yeah. You clearly go your agent or you pretend to be your own h. At Twitter, you're like their fight. You went through the whole fucking rig. Merle. Fuck that. Shit. I had undo mine. I would never apply, and then they just checkmark appeared one day. I was like, what the fuck is actually, I'm not sure fair. Yeah, I was like, you don't know, and I don't like having it because then if you say something dumb news outlets can be like his verified. Twitter account says this. That's. This is a fan of mine who plugged all my shows for several years. Yeah. He said that one thing and it's no me. Yeah. And somebody said, if you make your account private and then unprivatized the verification thing goes away and then they did login guys, stop it. I'm not Ari Shapiro stop. Why? Why would I mean that you. Absolutely not. I love of tweet. Fuck too. Oh, I got shitty about her. The fucking nice stuff is covered like everyone's big. Nice. I'm just gonna throw. You know, there's a little bit. The one tweet that I never. 'cause I'm just because I'm like, I just even I can justify the fucking. I just can't be are still all the time with the. Fuck it. I'll have to explain myself l. Yeah, so sometimes I would one was I got to do and it didn't go. Well, it was just after Pistorius show is MRs really. She was in the bathroom. He was like she was the Prater not household. Who who got the most flowers on Valentine's Day Oscar Pistorius girlfriend's mom. Who died laughing anyway, tweet went absolutely not. Tweet this. Oh, I gotta say this that I cannot put up, but it's so fucking good. It's so fucking good. And. Actually listen to you, but I can't publicly people. Only comments can get it. Everyone else. All right, so thank you very much. Watch.

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"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"ari" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Hey everyone listening to the podcast this is ari melber speaking to you exclusively for our podcast extras this weekend special edition is the interview i did with comedian dave chapelle explaining why he's endorsing for the first time ever a candidate in politics it's his friend a man who's running for the governor of maryland democrat ben jealous so we talked about why should getting involved in politics why criminal justice reform marijuana legalization is a key issue and after the interview you'll hear another special thing that we did on the show my breakdown of dave chapelle 's comedy and his critiques of the trump era we're putting this together because you guys have told us that you do like when we have these podcast extras so we're happy to serve them up you can also leave a comment letting us know what you think of this on rate us if you want we appreciate five stars but obviously just rate your heart whatever you think is fair and here's my discussion with dave chapelle with me now is ben jealous candidate for the governor of maryland and comedian david chapelle thanks for being here both of you my question ben after all your work in civil rights why are you running for governor now and dave why are you endorsing him when you don't usually get involved in endorsing candidates then he wanna go i sure go first aria hook i'm running for governor because i have a vision that we can finally fully fund our schools we can finally pass single payer so called medicare for all and we can end this era of massive student debt by ending mass incarceration and a big part of ending mass incarceration in maryland is finally legalize cannabis period and so that's part of why dave is here is that we've been talking about frankly our experiences when we were young and the need for us to have just set of laws to help to reduce the number of people in our prisons as for me are men and i are like family literally like our fathers were best friends and my father was ben's godfather so i met been in in person when we were seventeen with bilas at columbia and we became fast friends unbeknownst to me the plane was ben was supposed to convince me to try to go to college and they plan obviously failed miserably thank god but we'll dave me seven hundred and fifty bucks tell jokes in washington square park and fifteen minutes and i was like i college is not gonna help you do better dave you had you dave had you gone to college you might have become rich one day yeah that's that was the myth the legend i think everything worked out better than i imagined but you also have to understand the my godfather was on a tear because dave was the first male and his family not to go to college since slavery and so there was a batting average he wanted to keep up for the family and i was on a sacred mission but when.

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"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ari" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Um and put his koehnen up they are meanwhile tried to relate tonight maybe i'll try to relate tonight i gotta go hour and fifteen minutes for your leave okay okay semago that's it you guys i don't know what else i do now so i got postponed dates up as australia dates all right i got a lot to do ladies and gentlemen ari shapiro skept intake episode i have no fucking idea moving day with my christine starts hold it i forget anything hold it i don't think so go yeah i do okay so i'm banned from twitter for forever it says kept replying do get reinstated and they said threats of i also i betolerated years this year count suspended forever i don't think was exact words the eu's permanently is what they used so um for the only reason i was usually using twitter really don't worry is obvious justifying its because these photoshop i would ask for for the pockets episodes so i think what i'll do is because it seems weird asked ford on instagram trump still there at ari shapiro i think i'll just put up the episode and then if you guys wanna make a photo shop you can and then went to have won all posted also pay the twenty five bucks and then i guess i'll go back in and it how the fuck can do that cut dammit twitter stupid fucking idiots amok at home and they burt now i'm going to just a spy you twitter just a spy you own a home invade burt.

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