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Pinterest shares close up nearly 27% after the company delivered a monster quarter
"Spectacular jump for stock in Pinterest Today, shares up by as much as a third is the image based social media company reports a staggering 58% jump in revenue last quarter. Fueled by strong subscriber growth in a strong uptick in US advertising sales, helped in part by 1000 advertisers in July, pledging not to buy space on Facebook over its handling of misinformation.
Resilient Leadership in Anxious and Uncertain Times
"Welcome to extraordinary women radio Christine. I am so excited to have you join me today. I know this is going to be so much fun. You and I are long long time Pals and I am just thrilled to have you hear me to thank you for having me. Yeah, and you've got so many interesting stories. I know you're going to be sharing with us today. We we've talked a little bit about this direction that we're going to go in and and I know that you were sitting in meditation this week actually thinking about you know, what is it that wants the flow through you and this week on this conversation and I love first of all you were doing that because that's there's so much Beauty and stopping & pausing and listening to that inner wisdom that's there for us to find jobs then being able to hear Hear that message that that bubbles up and I know you and I have had many many conversations about this and what I know it came up for you was accepting when it's time to Pivot off and I love this first of all, and it's it's funny because any of my listeners are going to go wait a minute you've been talking about it's not about the pivot and sometimes it's not about a pivot in this crazy or sometimes. We really have to stand in our truths and and who we are and just show up and serve our our people and at the same time there's definitely times and places. Where would we need to Pivot? And I know that's a theme that has been showing up for you for multiple years in different ways. You've been very courageous and brave and how you should up in your pivot should tell us a little bit. Why you think that's the topic that came it came up for you on this. Sometimes we don't know what's going to come up right part of it makes no true. Right right opening to The Unknown. So this definitely wasn't coming from you know, this song theoretical analytical part of my brain now, I will say I may have been influenced because I've been watching the NBA finals and you know, there's there's a pendant in basketball who knows that that had anything to do with the it's okay. So I'm going to add you on that because guess what I used to play basketball in high school and we had the best coach we're off we had he taught us how to Pivot and this really strong space where we when we pivot we pivot with our body and we'd hold the ball in front of us and we'd pivot which keeps you safe from them, you know, having a foul or anything like that. There's such strength in that so I'm just going to let that keep moving off of that that theme you know, and as you know in basketball, you can't pivot all the time off. Like to your point there's a time in the game when you strategically go up on you know, you always leave one foot on the ground right when you pivot right? You're not home, right? Very good. You think about like you leave that one foot and then you literally can pivot 360 degrees with a ball and I say there is wisdom in knowing when to let go off all and win to let come what needs to come into your life. And so for some reason that seems to be the overriding theme that came through Thursday. So tell us some of your I know you've got multiple stories of pivoting. Where do you want to start share a little share a little share a bit about you and just your journey that's gotten you to this point. I know you've built this amazing incredible company and I'm always so proud of the work that you know, you are doing in the world. I just go look at the work you're doing and I'm very exciting. For you, but you have a you have some some big pivots you've made. Very much. So and I was thinking all the way back to 1994. So somebody do the math. You'll figure out that that was a long time ago. And at that point I was living in San Francisco that place of my dreams. I had the dream job working in Corporate America and knowing that this was I thought this is it off. This is where I'm going to be and a pivot came and that pivot brought me to Denver where I transitioned from my corporate career, which was advertising sales in the high tech magazine publishing industry. I pivoted to being a stay-at-home mom and I would put those in quote stay at home because I don't know any mom who stays at home and I certainly didn't wage and for a number of years. I took a detour from my professional career to raise three children by kept one foot in the professional world all the time whether it was dead, Marketing Consulting sales, I even became a book publishing coach at at some time
"advertising sales" Discussed on Amazing FBA
"Designed that way Amazon wants you to spend money because it's the only part of their retail organization. A AWS's very profitable. I'm probably will at some point as we've talked about get split off by some kind of competition anti-monopolies trust. Legislation whatever it is. The ended the retail business that makes money is the appetizing platform it set up to make you spend more money in the hope that it's making sense. You have to back-off that Amazon world a look at an anonymous in weld advertising sales ratio, very standard to the industry, right? Yeah. I think. So in the cost number that's to understand is then connected to your cost of goods and your Prophet, her unit, and so what you end up with over time is understanding in essence how much you can pay. To promote your product profitably and where your break even points are roughly and so then it gives you sort of a track to run on in terms of how much you can spend at the keyword level to get clicks and sales through he phrase, and so I think those are the most important things to start to understand There is a magic trick for some sellers that you might not know about maybe you do. Should I explain the magic trick? Of course. The first question that you ask yourself is whereas my profitability. And there are certain products that have near zero marginal cost. And those products are of course, e books. And when you have an e book because you have no cost of goods, all you have is the cost to sale, sell the the book on Amazon, and so I would just refer everyone back to our episode on creating an e book because if you can create an e book associated with your primary product, you can advertise that and your average cost of sales can be very, very, very high relative to the price point because there is no physical cost of good and so in essence e. Books. Is Sort of a back door into orienting people to your product. If again, you can come up with an e book that's associated with your product and really use it as a sales tool in a what you might call integrated product suite. So the economics of e-books is just very, very different in essence they're easier to sell through a mess because you've got a lot more money to play with an essence and you can run a mess ads campaigns for books that In essence, you can kind of use effectively as a tip of the spear or front end. Lead generation tool to orient people to your product. So I would just encourage everybody to learn about that system go find out about how that can work for you and support of your physical product and consider waiting it into the mix. That's all I use MSN SORE as my my e book collection. So that's where I spend a lot of my time on the TAD's Amazon. Yeah. Yeah the other thing I would say about that is a couple of things we've talked about books before and it's I would say it's an underused tool by just about everybody I know that they get obsessed with creating products, and of course, they have their relationship with those players and they used to how to create physical products but actually. Even. If they used to go straight or did love a lot those guys very articulate. I worked with anyway maybe by the nature of the beast. To they want to discuss stuff but I'm quite sure that they would have multiple digital products in them, and the second thing is then with the sort of Amazon ad spin on it. Yet. A perfect way to gain brand awareness in fairly affordable way.
D.C. Mayor Criticizes Budget Cuts
"This morning with the council's first vote on its amended budget, it cuts Metropolitan Police Department funding by millions puts the district schools in charge of their own security and raises some taxes. They're all changes, The mayor calls unnecessary. DC Mayor Muriel Bowser has strong criticism for council members who passed an amended F Y 21 budget in a preliminary vote. Cutting police funding by 10 million to start with the amount of the cuts will mean that our four strength Will go down to levels that it was that in the 19 nineties, and that to me is very unfortunate, she says. There is no justification for the return of school security oversight to D. C. P s from DC police and she's concerned raising the gas and advertising sales tax is premature. We might have to revisit this budget because our revenues Dive more. And if that's the case where we going to go to balance, then Megan Cloherty
"advertising sales" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Some shops are advertising sales and enticement it might take some more time for people to feel safe enough to venture out and restaurants that reopened for outdoor dining are required to maintain along with employees are on duty to support contact tracing while malls and stores are open in Connecticut governor Ned Lamont is urging people to continue working from home if possible in the midst of this pandemic scammers are surfacing under the guise of being contact tracers in New Jersey WCBS reporter Cameron Cohn has details there've been thousands of complaints in New Jersey about bogus messages from would be scammers the fraud that were seen started actually all the way back in April and the text messages that say you've been affected infected or someone near he's been infected and it's included in the link Jared maples is the director of the state's office of homeland security he says the scammers pose as contact tracers and try to get personal information from people people says they've gotten reports of these messages in all twenty one counties governor Murphy's reaction special place in hell for the folks who are doing that he issued a reminder of what else contact tracers are not doing it won't be a knock on the door because that's against the spirit of social distancing instead he says people who may have been exposed to Kobe nineteen they'll likely get a call that's more educational than anything else and won't feature the need to share personal information especially not your social security number in New Jersey Kevin Rincon WCBS newsradio eight eighty city health officials say vaccination rates for childhood diseases are down dramatically compared to pre pandemic numbers WCBS says rich lamb report aired of laws U. S. as in the six week period from March twenty third to may ninth vaccinations for measles chicken pox whooping cough and other diseases administered to children city wide dropped a total of sixty three percent in contrast to the same period a year before her kids older than two years this is shocking in a ninety one percent drop in vaccinations and the mayor said in the same period last year nearly four hundred thousand vaccinations were administered this year fewer than one hundred fifty thousand the mayor noted childhood vaccinations are always important but especially now a child who gets one of these diseases is likely need to be hospitalized and that they're likely to be more susceptible to contracting coated the mayor to clear the bottom line is get your child vaccinated adding we are in a much better situation than we were rich lam WCBS newsradio eight eighty.
"advertising sales" Discussed on KTOK
"Copyright Gresham right now Ryan news thank you for everything you've done people in the business no but a lot of people wouldn't know you've been handling the advertising sales for this ever since you well lost your house lost her job lost their city in hurricane Katrina yeah did the hurricane Katrina saying and then was thinking about maybe want to try something new and I've been working in television and cable there in advertising and then we had this really wild idea wait a minute my dad does media and I sell advertising perhaps we should work together so far so good it is worked out quite well there's been a great book and boy let me tell you my wife your mom was worried she said well I don't know what this whole thing about you guys working together that may not be good for the family in a dollar fine it works out fine I want to thank our Republic people thank him somebody who people don't know anything about is our beloved incredible Sir Frank in our office who takes care of the traffic takes care of booking the gas to basically takes care of all of us yeah absolutely we have a great team a gun talk media I I kind of joke were small but mighty in zero was beyond me and knew she was employee number one and she has been kind of holding down the fort and is basically are everybody has that person office that's the catch all I do everything in there where all the bodies are buried and they'll call for everything that Serra the server installer because I think she's smarter than all of us put together and she kind of just looked at us we're screwed up like yeah no we're not doing that yeah you're not a member of the team for sure yeah we got great people we got your video editors and and camera operators and people I mean just it's terrific and I'm not even talk about the the people all the gun talk radio side of things so there's there's that as well so what next for all of the things that you're doing I know you're always looking up to where you're going next year eyeing more podcast more podcast content and and that kind of alluded we're always looking for more ways to get that content out there so figure out what the next thing is you know we're using social media like Facebook Instagram you too to get the message out there but for us we we know those are places that are a big reach but they're not necessarily friendly to our content so people use them and but the idea is we want people to be on our platforms because in case you to Facebook tell us your debt you're done go away if you're if you're signed up for the newsletter the email newsletter if you're signed up for following a roku channel those types of places we can still get you the content good point because you never know when that is because okay no more gun because boom they're all gone like that and I do want to mention again the email news articles gun talk dot com and you can sign up to get the newsletter we call it the truth squad newsletter we started the two squad cars twenty years ago now I'll get a hundred hundred volunteers never got more than a hundred thousand all the little pretty crazy it's a being in a war and it's effectively we need to send a whole bunch of people you know out there or have them sent emails we just alert the truth squad aboard they show up exactly it also I shouldn't forget to mention gun DeLeo it's our smartphone app it's a great way to get news to get the podcast your video content but it's a free app for your smartphone.
Instagram makes lots of money. Now creators want some of the profits.
"Youtube and instagram are both making tons of money but only one platform pays its creators. How long is that arrangement? GonNa last from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would in recent days. We've started to find out how much money youtube of an instagram are making during. Its recent earnings report alphabet said Youtube made just over fifteen billion dollars in advertising sales in two thousand nineteen in a few days later Sarah frier at Bloomberg broke the news that instagram brought in twenty billion dollars last year and ad sales. That is more than a quarter of facebook's facebook's total revenue by the way but youtube shares its ad revenue with the creators on its platform and INSTAGRAM. Well doesn't but both of them rely on a steady stream of uploads from their users so Howard creators responding and are they GonNa WanNa cut Sarah frier from Bloomberg says they might. I got a lot of messages yesterday from instagram creators that I interviewed who said that. This seems really unfair to them. They didn't expect that. Instagram made this much in revenue. But now that they know they really want a piece of it because they feel like they are creating value for the platform that gets instagram users. Keep coming back do we. You have any idea how important creators are creators and their audience. It really depends on on who the user is because some people use instagram. Just to off the updated on their smaller circle of friends they use it as sort of a facebook alternative. But there's a whole other host people who use instagram specifically to follow although creators who are influencers whether it's in travel or in cocktail making or an embroidery the way people currently make money if they have a following on instagram is through these unofficial relationships they can say. I'm a travel influencer. I'm going to Bali. These hotels will give me free. Stay all these people will come together in an unofficial relationship to pay me for this experience that I can gain following from but is there really any upside for instagram to create those direct relationship. Certainly Youtube has come under fire. You know for incubating controversial creators for for example like could it just be cleaner instagram. Say thanks make your own money on your on your own. I think it's definitely something that they're concerned about instagram. In its its initial conversations with people to allow them to be paid to create content for instagram. TV had a clause in the contract that said that they weren't allowed to talk talk about anything controversial. No politics no no race stuff. Would you maybe be something that instagram. I DIDN'T WANNA put its money behind so there are a lot more cautious about that brand value since instagram has a reputation of being in an aspirational `rational place. So what is happening with their brand maintenance is is. They're trying to make sure that if they get into these close relationships creators. They don't do it in a sloppy way that Sarah frier a senior reporter at Bloomberg Instagram is now officially testing feature that lets creators make money from ads on TV videos however it recently removed about unlinking to Instagram TV videos from the main APP because no one was using it and now for some related links if video is going to be the main way for instagram creators to make make money then the product has a long way to go. We've got a link on our website. Marketplace Tech Dot Org about instagram's efforts to make its TV product. Success took a clear. TV is not the same thing as just posting a video on instagram. It was really created to be a youtube competitor. And that's not really working. Everyone one pretty much hated that button. You would always hit it by accident when you were trying to view stories but there are several bigger problems with the video product. According to business insider story that quotes quotes several creators. It's hard to use. Videos are limited to a minute. People are confused about why it exists and tic Toc basically crushing it like a bug but maybe we have creators can make money off. Id Videos. They'll be more interested in overcoming. All those hurdles. We'll see
Facebook hits 2.5B users in Q4 but shares sink from slow profits
"It is all about earnings to tech names on our radar. This our facebook and Microsoft are both on the move after reporting results. In fact we have full team coverage tonight standing by to break down. Those names tmz Josh Lipton in San Francisco watching Microsoft Week. Kick things off though with Julia abortion and the big move lower for facebook Julia. Well Scott facebook retreating from its record high shares down over six percent so why is the stock declining. It's due to dramatically decelerating in growth. This is the fourth straight quarter. Companies Revenue Growth was less than thirty percent and its earnings per share growth eight percent. The better than expected is down from the sixty sixty five percent growth facebook reported in that metric in the year ago. Quarter showing pressure on the companies operating margins forty two percent operating margins the quarter that is down from forty six percent a year ago and down from fifty seven percent in the fourth quarter of twenty seventeen now total user numbers came amen hair ahead of expectations. Two and a half billion monthly active users user growth in the US and Canada slowed company adding just one million new monthly active users in the quarter. And that's the region with the highest revenue per user beards con Sebastian saying quote the modifies the revenue and. EPS beat may disappoint some some investors accustomed to bigger out performance and RBC's Mark Mahayni saying quote. This is an expectations. Correction the recent rally in the stock suggested that the market was looking for material upside and didn't get it with a call just now getting underway. We're going to be listening in particularly for what. CFO David wayner leaner says about expectations for twenty twenty performance and twenty twenty costs now. Last quarter he said that Revenue Growth Deceleration in twenty twenty would be less pronounced than it would be in the fourth quarter so certainly a lot to listen for a Scott back over to you. We'll unpack right now. Julia thanks so much all right. So so I I just so you can take the view and say well this is. This was an expectations issue. Or you can simply say you got decelerating growth and you also have a stock that was up fifty percent over the last year and these results. Just don't cut it. It's the ladder because you still have twenty seven percent revenue growth. Yes below thirty percent but their expenses sir up I mean profit. Profit is now only up sixteen percent. Because they're spending more. Tim Talks about this all the time. But let's just quickly look at where the stock has put it in context. The old high that July two thousand eighteen high basically was two and nine and a half to ten. That's where we are now for the first time in a while we're revisiting those levels. I'm going to be fascinated to see tomorrow if it holds and bounces for trades through. I think tomorrow we'll tell you all you need to know about the stock for the next ten to fifteen percent and quite frankly actually right now. I think it all hangs in the balance. Just do think it is a matter of those operating expenses. They talked about when you think about this and a lot of people are focused on that earnings number this year. Twenty twenty five percent. EPS growth. That seems fairly dramatic. I think you can go back and look at Google over the last ten years. When you saw periods where revenue growth was still amazing if you think about revenue growth is expected to be over twenty percent this year? That's big number seventy billion dollars in sales last year. We know why they're spending here and those issues are in front of this election year. That's they can't really get that wrong. I expect twenty twenty. EPS growth to be higher than what consensus. Settles Out Tomorrow when we get at some point the back half of the year. So if you're thinking about it at twenty times it's probably pretty reasonable given that revenue growth and I'm not a facebook trades at a discount not only to the certainly the the appeared group. Whatever you WANNA call it the social media but certainly within the fan but it trades at a discount? Because not only did I I. I think that Revenue Growth First of all twenty five percent was below street expectations. I think industry was closer to twenty-seven FX neutral twenty eight percent. So when you're not growing on the top line and everything we can all talk about optics because I think it is the existential issue for the company but bottom line line management gets they get a discount they get a discount in this valuation. They still can't tell you how they're going to get control of their business. And that's something that I think. The market is punishing them for fourth straight great quarter of revenue growth issues. Right is that the biggest takeaway that's the biggest takeaway because the market environment win. Investors are paying up for growth in a relatively low growth. GDP environment you look at the stocks that are performing their names that are growing fast so when that decelerate S- and you have a relative to the market market high pe ratio. Your stock gets crossed down seven percent. It's GonNa take some time for me. FACEBOOK is likely dead money for another quarter until they turn turn out until you turn over some turn over some of the investors that were in for that high growth as well as get a little bit more clarity and maybe we get some more on the call about the expenses and how they're going to resume Gr- other side of that as well. Okay that's fine. Do -opoly is. It's a two person game and they're in the game and the best player in the biggest player within that game so one the stock why not take advantage of this because the stocks underperformance peer-group. It's under from the triple Q.. Fifty percent force because I mean. Think about where we. We're on cinnamon. After after again that first revenue miss you just talked about three or four successive quarters of revenue. So that fifty percent move and it's thirty percents since October on some levels handicapping capping the stock here. But but to be clear if you own this stock relative to its Peer Group you've underperformed for the last two and a half years. That's the reason you don't own the stock to his appointed duopoly. Do you want to own one of one of those two for the next ten years or whatever I mean. Here's a point. I played in devil's advocate a little bit here. They're still growing users. I mean on a so quenching chill basis if your users grew nine percent so users haven't left a platform for all the reasons that people are unhappy with this company about advertisers. Certainly have not either. So that's really the the bull case on a longer term basis and we're talking about the multiple relative to the market. It's actually pretty fair. And I think there's a lot of people would be willing to kinda discount. The reasons why earnings growth with has decelerated so much. Listen law large numbers when you're growing sales the way this company has okay two thousand seventeen. They grew sales at forty seven percent. Eighteen thirty seven percent last year. Twenty any seven percent expected to be twenty two percent this year. Still pretty good when you're expected to eighty five billion so I think there's a reason why people who want to be exposed to this massive at digital advertising retiring Pi. It's one of the only places where she got to go. You WANNA buy Avenue Amazon for their five billion dollars in advertising sales twitter for the three points Dow Jack Investor. That's in here though. So the long term investor. You're going to own this for the next ten years. It's down seven percent knock yourself out go and buy it. But there's this period of time where you have investors in there that had been in it only because it's a gross stock. They could care about the digital ad team. They don't care about any of that to say. Where do I get? The most growth growth stock breaks like this. When that breaks it takes some time so it really depends on what you are? Are you a traitor. If your trade stay away from this for a couple months if you're an investor and you're saying you know what I want to be in this space between Google and facebook for the next five years down some of your knock yourself out you're saying the growth is so great. Where else can you get? This kind of growth. I mean where else can you get this kind of growth this kind of valuation well. That's not a lot of people sheet. They're not expensive stocks right. That's the point but this cheaper than most of the fangs. Look it's in is the cheapest. Let's be clear it's twenty times. Four reasons and the closest period has google and Google certainly rated a couple of turns on the multiple. But I still Jill thank you have a case where everything we said. The most important thing is right now. Advertisers haven't left the advertiser. Roi Is very impressive on facebook Except for the fact that the and the AD growth at around twenty four twenty five percent is something. That's kind of. It's going sideways here. I don't know I think this may be kind of the peak of some of that. All right let's look at the other a big tech mover after the bell. It is Microsoft trading at all time highs after its own earnings beat. Let's
Most ad sales to take place online in 2020
"Industry analysts say for the first time in twenty twenty most advertising sales will take place online isn't yours not it will be reports that's a milestone the prediction comes in part from the gear expected to be rich in political ads as well as the upcoming summer Olympics you can already see the first trickle of ads for the Tokyo games which would help her part of the three hundred and twenty five billion dollars companies plan to spend on ads online that's according to the industry magazine ad age it says internet ad spending will go up twelve percent and twenty twenty compared to last year partly because of the upcoming national election of course right now internet giants such as Google and Facebook are in the midst of re examining their policy is when it comes to political ads and how they target potential
"No matter what you do, whether you're in media or other things, learn business."
"Today we are talking to Michelle Lee the editor in Chief of Allure magazine Michelle started her career and magazines working in publications such as parenting Glamour and paper fast forward to becoming one of the youngest editor in chiefs ever humble Brag Michelle was an early adopter of digital strategy within more traditional all print publications nearly tripling visits to Lord Dot Com since taking the lead there she's a champion for diversity and says she wants to change the world I brought the definition of beauty we're GONNA get into that Michelle we are so excited to have you on the couch ladies high so let's jump in there's just skim your resume for us yes I actually thought about this in advance because I know you asked this question what I always half jokingly say to people's how much time do you have a lot of time you look at my resume it looks a little bit crazy so I'll give you the super cliff notes version of it so in the first like seven years I would say I was a major job hopper so that's why my resume is so long that if you go on my linked or something if I went into detail it would probably go on for like four or five pages so someone very early on in my career had said to me in order to move up in the media world you have to move out and I think I took it too literally and I stayed in every job for like I said the first seven years for only a year and in some cases less so it did help me move very quickly up but the problem is with that is that it starts to look very very bad and starts to be a red flag to people so I don't recommend doing that but we're GONNA come back to the first half of my career was very much spent imprint I worked like you said at a lot of different places I didn't necessarily have specific it be at the time I worked at parenting I was on the launch team of COSMO girls or worked in like parents teens also on the launch team of US weekly and really had a very vibrant freelance career at the time too so I always talk to my bosses at the time wherever I was about one to freelance other places that were not competitive with at that was so when I was at parenting wrote a lot for men's health for G. Q. At the time the women's voice was very different this is like more than twenty years ago the men's voice in women's publishing was very earnest and so- men's was very like snarky and fun and clever as I liked being able to stretch that muscle a bit and then flash words second-half may career I got much more into women's publishing but then also into digital and into the business side so most recently before Laura I was the editor in chief and she from marketing officer at Nylon and then about four and a half years ago I got just a random email from conde nast and then I came over to allure about four years ago and that's where we are eh why is something people should know about you that they can't find on linked in or googling you I think that looking at my list dinner looking at my resume doesn't actually reflect how much of a generalist I was I don't include all of it because again looks kind of crazy the types of things I used to write about arose about everything from cars to extreme sports to finance technology and now I think when people think about me think oh she's like a beauty and fashion person it is not at all how it was at first my first job was actually at a weekly newspaper so doing hard news and a look back and I think at the time I thought God I seem really unfocused and I should probably pick a topic I know plenty of other people who started out in beauty and they stayed in that for me looking back though I think it was actually a really positive the thing that I see myself as a generalist now because in everything that I do even though a lawyer is core beauty it's also about so many other things right as women we can have so many different multilayered interests anything that's really great and that everything does sort of intersect in a really interesting way and then not something that people need to know yeah I have done I don't know very weird things when I was younger I was an extra in I was watching something about Jim Carey recently and it made me think about when I was in college I was an ex in that movie Ace Ventura KS Mishra I don't think you can even see me so at the very end he's in like a State Liam I think it was like Dolphin Stadium because I lived in Florida it's time in Dolphin Stadium Lay said one of my friends was like do you want to go be an extra on this movie I was like okay so it was great I saw the behind the scenes of how a movie is made and the only other thing I really remember is having crispy cream donuts later and it's like had a lot of like odd jobs when I was a kid I worked concessions at a stadium also I worked at a bookstore and swept floors and think about now like those were some of the greatest time james because you get to see all these different industries even though like I can't say I worked in movie production I got to see what it was like to actually put together a movie and to see like some of the creative process well I wasn't expecting that as an answer on this thinking and of course I'm not GonNa put you touched on a lot of things just now about career path and about being generalist and moving around and I think it's a lot of stuff that we've thought about for our solves a lot of our employees have we've talked to them about and certainly I know a lot of our listeners I think about which is is it okay to be a generalist do I need to really become an expert at something and what are your thoughts on that yeah I mean for me obviously it worked out really how being a generalist certainly understand that if somebody feels so passionately about something I know plenty of people who when they were kids like elementary school level they just felt this passionate for working in the fashion industry they stood there unclothed say just devoured every single fashion magazine and to me that makes sense then that if you feel that way about something that you're GonNa go and you're going to live that passion for me I think that it's been really great for me being a generalist but then also once I decided when I was a sophomore go into journalism I felt like that was my path and then within journalism you can make that so many different things but it also play within the past ten years or so realized that the Hatha Journalists Ron and editors was not going to be the path forever right like when I was starting out being an editor reaching two full you know that for sure when I started out in media being an editor in chief was completely one eighty degrees different from what is today so had I stayed on the path and just thought these are the only things that I need to do becoming editor in chief to be successful for the rest of my life I would have been setting myself up for failure so I knew at some point within the past ten years that I needed to learn digital I needed to learn radio social but then also to learn business so I feel like I'm constantly preaching to people no matter what you do whether you're media or other things learn business if I go back to school I think I would either get my mba or if I could literally get on a time machine I would probably have a major in journalism and a minor in business or I how do you learn business were you in your previous jobs going to your bosses and saying can you teach me social can you teach me how to look at a p Anelle or redoing this in your own time partly so part of it was born out of frustration like I said I started out mostly in print and I was frustrated because the job that I was in my see Oh had no interest in digital whatsoever actually I remember I took like an eleven by seventeen sheet of paper and I was like this is what our website should look like and he was like well we shouldn't do it because it's cannibalize what we're doing in print so no interest in it whatsoever so after he left that job a very kind of famously took a pay cut in half and they went to a digital only place and I was faking it till I make it because I didn't really know what I was doing I mean right now it's awesome because you can learn so much online so I taught myself. Seo so once they left that job I taught myself how to fully design a responsive website I taught myself CSS. I taught myself video editing and production I taught myself like sales basically I taught myself so many different things at the same time you can only get so far with that too so when I was at nylon I remember had a really great discussion with my ceo where he wanted me to grow there and he said what can we do to kind of get you to that next level you're already an editor in chief like typically where do you go from there in like the old school media world that was like the pinnacle and you get put out to pasture after that so for me I was the thing I'm really frustrated with is that I sit and now these advertising sales meetings and marketing meetings and there are terms that people are using the I don't actually understand and I'll kind of nod my head and be like oh yeah yeah yeah and so my husband used to work in finance so occasionally I would come home and say to him what does this mean can you explain this to me it's awkward sometimes with your spouse to of like asking them too many questions and stuff so I was very open with my CEO and I said I feel really self conscious sometimes about not fully understanding the business side so he was great and he has been an amazing mentor for me where he said Okay I'm going to include you in some more of these meetings you can come along with me and he understood that I was creative and away the of the business people were not so it was sort of mutually beneficial that he saw me as somebody who could be great on the marketing side and building the brand and away on a business side that wasn't really being
"advertising sales" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You do we talked about it the other day I don't know why we stop people from doing stupid things like that but they finally have the identity of the lady you gotta do they lie and gauge the Bronx zoo her name is Maya Audrey she is thirty two. they call the brazen daredevil eye color navy. but apparently your sister says. well the other sister aids a friend of hers acacia Wallace she's thirty one. three thirty two they said they grew up like sisters but they grew apart over the past year. and so they say they want to get help. now my. says that is flaunting the fact that she did this I guess on the Graham took kids called kids. talk about grammar earlier she says I really have no fear of nothin breathing. okay that's where all right so if it's not breathing you've got no fair all right animals can feel love just like human. another video she's standing at the draft enclosure she lives she writes literally I have the same diet. all right what what do you say I honestly what do you say we say somebody what do you say to somebody. she's not getting it she's not getting it and of course you go when you do something like that. and just like the guy that did jump off of because we have this reactionary society that we live in the guy jumps off is the the you know the platform. you know this guy walk over there at the you know the Grand Canyon and it was like was reported net why because one person's insane one person's mentally ill so let's change everything we got a change everything somebody's mentally ill somebody did something because they're irresponsible they're stupid they're selfish their idiotic they're mentally ill so the world has to change because of that. and your just I get frustrated I do it's like here's a perfect example right the end and this to me and vaping is something that we're all over reacting to we are. were overreacting to vaping my issue vagrants always been about the marketing side jul and five other vaping companies have in order to hand over marketing information in making that a man the Federal Trade Commission says it wants to better understand vaping sales and promotional practices jul last week said it would halt all advertising amid a nationwide crackdown on E. cigarettes which are more popular with the young people there are also not subject to federal law that restricts companies from advertising traditional tobacco products the FTC wants to see materials beginning in twenty fifteen not only from jul but RJ Reynolds vapor fountain US logic Newmark and enjoy. now I think we're gonna find out that it's not all that it's cracked up to be but it is better than smoking my aunt got off cigarettes by vaping. what I see is there people they're trying to get off of it and they vaping they've got the blue with little E. cigarette the setting and there's people out there this messy younger generation which a lot of this has been marketed to it's cool it's hip it's like Hey come check this out and what they do is they play around with it they mess with it they add stuff to it they're not supposed to they do certain things like that and what ends up happening every freaks out why is this person like that I'm gonna tell you this I'm a let you guys know right now. if you're smoking something probably not good for you right if you're smoking something I don't care what it is. there's nobody out there got Hey are you smoking that that's gonna be good for your lungs that's really good for your body you know those everybody you didn't know. but we overreact we freak out something happens also moved to cancel over they would get rid of everything with terror to have that you ensure this over everything's done we have taken all the way through because we're reactionary society woman climbs into again the cage at the zoo now they're like okay I'm going to do this we're gonna do that we get is we get it so so many stupid and got into a. alliance that an alliance like I don't eat stupid because of my age to his primary my stomach upset I want that. vaping same thing. people dying from yeah people are people but what do you bet they've all done stuff they're not supposed to. what do you back and I tell people this my biggest problem with saving is always been the way it's marketed. it's cotton candy it's rainbow sherbert it tastes like skittles that right there is aiming for a certain group of people. but when you take something in you all to read and you put other things that are supposed to be there there's a chance. did it may not be good for you. adults should be allowed to do what adults want to do if they're not hurting somebody else but when you start altering things from what they're supposed to be. that's on you. that is on you. that enorme that is on he you you you three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chet Benson shows your Twitter you can tweet S. universal basic income you're gonna hear a lot about it we got some data in from the first real big try I guess you would say here in America that is being studied by it's not just a singular person or group but as city and other people are looking at it together it's in Stockton California it's an idea many Democrats have been brave stand Republican Shonda universal basic income in stocked in there's a pilot program under way funded through Silicon Valley donations one hundred twenty five residents are getting five hundred dollars per month for eighteen months critics have said the money will be wasted but starting claims of first data coming in shows that most of that money is being spent on food clothing and utility bills the skeptics say though that Stockton's program is too small and short lived to translate into how such a program would work on a wider scale and forty percent of the money is taken out as cash so you can actually see what's going on. right they say in this country of an issue associating people who are struggling economically people of color advice is like drug use alcohol use gambling because not serve the people of color that's anybody who's usually struggling black white green J. straight tall short fat. woman man failure to declare because I don't want to. there are people out there that make poor decisions nobody ever wants to ask themselves to do some people make poor decisions yeah thank you we always the elephant in the room were afraid to talk about who's gonna hurt somebody's feelings. so how is this somewhat of a scale of of good if you're taking almost half the money on cash you don't know what's going on you know what's going on there turning the receipts. so how do we know we don't. when do Yang was your rank wants to give a thousand dollars. everybody. now if you get that thousand dollars according to his program. you only get the thousand based on the fact that you don't have any services so if you have five in our hours and services you get five in a box a few thousand dollars and services are more you get nothing. somebody who doesn't have any services somebody's okay somebody's got the crap together thanks a thousand dollars thanks that's nice for some people it's like yeah that's good for other people like well that's some of it have a little play money. somebody said what would you do after thousand sense but in the bank for the kids. him and what's my new lizard some I don't know. it's just it's crazy it is but they're gonna roll this thing out and try and see we'll see what happens. I'm not saying everybody does it but come on now one of fools come on me three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson show is your Twitter and your Instagram it is the Javits and shows case here it is..
U.S. seeks advertising, sales data on e-cigarette companies
"Jul and five other vaping companies have in order to hand over marketing information in making that a man the Federal Trade Commission says it wants to better understand vaping sales and promotional practices jul last week said it would halt all advertising amid a nationwide crackdown on E. cigarettes which are more popular with the young people there are also not subject to federal law that restricts companies from advertising traditional tobacco products the FTC wants to see materials beginning in twenty fifteen not only from jul but RJ Reynolds vapor fountain US logic Newmark and
France's Digital Tax on Tech Giants
"Taste your way through Napa Valley California with W._S._J.. Magazine and into Garay Book this exclusive trip at into guard dot com slash W._S._J.. Magazine or call six four six seven eight zero eight three eight eight three. This is tech news briefing. I'm Tanya boost dose reporting from the newsroom in New York and France will proceed with the digital tax on international tech heavy hitters ones like like a Google and facebook. We'll check in on how new taxes of the digital variety are shaking up the tech industry and international affairs. That's after these tech headlines Japan's soft group. Unveiled a second tech Mega Fund even bigger than it's nearly one hundred billion dollar vision fund. It's called Vision Fund to and expects to gather some one hundred eight billion dollars in capital for more than a dozen investors ranging ranging from Apple and Microsoft the Journal notes that the planned inauguration of the second fund is a victory for Softbank Chief Executive Masayoshi Son who started the first vision fund just two years ago amid widespread doubt about its viability twitter has now been profitable for seven consecutive quarters a contrast two years of sustained losses that the company had reported after going public in twenty thirteen twitter's revenue rose eighteen percent to eight hundred forty one million dollars colors. This was helped by strong advertising sales in the U._S.. We also learned that twitter continues with solid user growth signs that investments to improve civility may be working but the journal notes that the adjustments are coming at a cost hiring more workers. Workers in areas like tech support and sales and spending on content are eating into twitter's profit journal's Georgia wells has the full breakdown at wsj.com and companies like facebook and alphabet not to mention Google could have their secretive algorithms policed by a beefed up watchdog Australia describes this as the world's first limits to the power or report by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission concluded that U._S. Tech giant's we'll do too much influence wince over Australia's news and add markets they say changes are an order. The recommended changes which includes strengthening privacy safeguards with steep penalties of up to ten percent are listed in the full report and comes after facebook was hit with a five billion dollar fine. Last week in the U._S. coming up a new digital tax shakes up big tech and big government on an international scale capital. One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card. That's why they've created. We know the capital one assistant that catches things that might look wrong with your credit card info catches over tipping duplicate charges or potential fraud and then sends an alert sheer phone helps you fix it. It's another way capital. One is watching after your money when you're not capital what what's in your Wallet See Capital One dot Com for details France will proceed with the digital tax on international tech giant's. It is a monumental tax on your garden variety tech behemoths like Google and facebook. President trump in particular spoke out against this tax. He says that it discriminated against American companies in a tweet he says quote we will announce a substantial. Chill reciprocal action on macron's foolishness shortly. I've always said American wine is better than French wine and quote the tax primarily targets companies that use consumer data to sell online advertising and is intended to stop these companies needs from avoiding taxes French Finance Minister Bruno Lemaire however pushed back against claims that the measure was un-american. We are not willing to target the American companies. We are just willing to have the fair and efficient ah vaccination of digital activities you have important companies which are benefiting from the sale of data huge amount of data and the not submitted to the same level of taxation although companies this. He's not fair and this is not efficient so we want to address this issue and we want to address this issue hand in hand with our American friends as for wine question of digital taxation that our trade stories stories on American wines also traumatize on French or the European wines fact is that during the last ten years has been a very important increase of importation of American ones to Europe. That's in fact the French finance minister goes on to pinpoint the matter as based on the fair taxation of digital activities. You have many huge companies some of the biggest companies of the world having an activities in France or in in Europe without any physical prisons and without being the level of taxes and we want to address that issue and our assessment is that it is in the interest of our American friends in the interest of the United.
Following record FTC fine, Facebook stock pops on Q2 earnings beat
"Just hours after Facebook announced details of its five billion dollars settlement with the U. S. Federal Trade Commission to end of probing the company's privacy practices the social media giant use its quarterly earnings report to confirm it is now also being investigated by the FTC on anti trust but the constant criticism over leaked user data the spread of violent or false content and scrutiny of its power hasn't deterred advertise advertising sales in the second quarter beat analysts' estimates as the company continued to create an even bigger network by weaving together it's other assets including Instagram what sap in Facebook messenger in San Francisco I'm only Chang Bloomberg
Facebook reports better than expected second-quarter results
"All right we'll Facebook out with a surprisingly strong second quarter earnings report the number of its own user growth advertising sales and earnings all above estimates at the same time Facebook disclosed a formal investigation into its business practices was opened by the FTC in June we spoke earlier with the drug and the founder and CEO of estimates and he says investors aren't concerned by the anti trust issues I don't buy the thesis of this is going to have an impact on the bottom line and that's why you see Facebook up towards new highs whereas a year ago you saw issues with investors saying what is that bottom line going to look like that seems like it's out of the way in these one time finds just aren't going to impact the way investors feel about pushing the top line to the bottom line earlier in the day the FTC said Facebook agreed to buy Hey rather of record five billion dollars to resolve a U. S. investigation into use of privacy violations the settlement also mandates of Facebook create new layers of oversized for its collection and handling of user
FOX, Disney And Advertising Sales discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"FOX out with its first quarterly report since selling its film and TV studio to Disney it said the cable ratings leader, Fox News channel continue to deliver higher advertising sales and affiliate
"advertising sales" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"By selling access to user data. According to four thousand pages of documents from two thousand eleven to twenty fifteen Zuckerberg and his management team discussed using the data as leverage over companies. It partnered with Facebook would give companies like Amazon extended access to user data because of its partnerships and advertising sales, but then would cut off access to a competing messaging app that had grown to popular Facebook is denied that it gave special treatment to partners and reiterated that the leaked documents have been cherry picked and our miss leading a point of order Facebook, we meeting humans don't believe anything you say on any top. I was he not figured out insure. House. He figured out that everybody hates him. Now. AFC just came out today. His quit Facebook calling social media public health risks while everybody hates his Berg, all political styles. Rich poor old young liberal conservative. Everybody thinks you're a liar and making the world worse. How have you not gotten that message yet? I love Twitter as a new source, and oh, yeah. Today when the Notre Dame thing happened. Yeah. By far the quickest fastest way to get. The best stuff was go to Twitter and just do hashtag Pariser Notre Dame share live footage seconds old gaffer might their incredible. On the other hand, it is a leaky pipeline spewing hate.
"advertising sales" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Ellen crook Ellen. Thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me, I'm excited. So really, you're just was ever an outstanding in time for me. She went to the university of Pittsburgh track star, and what are you doing? Now. I am now working in advertising sales with clipper magazine. I mean, and listen, this is not one job cannot describe you because you do so much and your energy is fantastic. I'm excited for the audience gets to see that tonight. Thank you. I appreciate that same with you. I mean, you're always running all over the place. And I never know where you're at half the time. But you always get back to me. Listen, we're gonna go to the phone lines. And we have a Joe Joe, you're on Katie k a radio. Well, I would just well waiting. I was thank you. I was just thinking, you know, obviously, everybody's a different case, everyone is a different case. But just want to mention from your what you were saying before the ads, but I I come from a family that sadly, my mom and dad didn't work out together. And there was all constantly talk. As we got older why they stayed together. They stayed together for us kids. Yeah. And tell you the truth. I just remember the pain, and it affected me the rest of my life. I remember my dad was away all the time and my mom. Even though I was just seven I could see the pain in her, and and it it affected my relationships affected. You know, if they had moved on, which they eventually did and remarried. It would have been better off all of us. Well, and I, and I think that's a it's a powerful point that you make a to know to hear that firsthand experience that it affected your relationships. I think that's really powerful for others to hear as well. Because I I've seen that for twenty years. I've watched twenty thousand hours of sitting down with people I've seen people say, you know, I kinda just wished my parents wouldn't have stayed together. Because what were they really role modeling for me while they were angry. And people think kids probably more perceptive Banat also because they don't have all the all the haze of of life in the mayor. I remember going to see my mom, and she can you know, going to see her in a bedroom on Sunday morning. And and remember, you know, her laying her better pillow. And I remember how sad she was. You know, and they know when you're just seven years old to see your your mom's said and your dad, not happy. It doesn't. When they would marry. There. There was joy in the house. At least there was that. Right. So even at seven years old. I mean, you're talking about you're seven years old and able to pinpoint that stuff. So if you could take that experience from the past and talk about how is that? Or how does that impact you let's say in your present day life, or how can I help with insight in your present day life around something like this? Oh my gosh. I just intended to tell people that are out there. Don't stay together. Take it could help me. I that's we'll take it. We'll take that insight. Appreciate that. Joe? I hey, I think that it's very powerful to to talk about being seven years old and saying that and seeing that at seven years old. So I I hope our our listeners out there are hearing that and this is an you're obviously older than seven years old right now, and it's still to this day. So, hey, thank you so much for calling. Joe? Thank you. Thank you. Appreciate you. So. Yeah. This that's so powerful. It's true. Ellen listening to someone like that be as an adult still be affected by something that she saw when she was seven years old. I mean, it's powerful kids can see stuff. Yeah. It's impressive. I mean, it's kind of one of those things where I think parents might chalk it up to while they're young, and they just wanna see us together where in reality. If if it's not if it's not a healthy relationship and the kids feel down about what they're seeing. It's it's only gonna affect everyone. Stay today activity rather than just switching up a few weekends. And you know, figuring out their best way to go about things. But it's like putting a band aid on something that is much bigger than a needs a band aid at a huge, huge a wound and he's operated on and you're putting a band aid on thing. Well, okay. Let me just do this for them. You know, if we looked at research research actually demonstrates that. When parents go their separate ways when children are still young under five years old that that children actually turned are much more comfortable with that knowing that because they grew up knowing that life with their parents apart. So a lot of times when parents are wavering on should we should we do this or not? And again, I'm not advocating everybody just go right to. The divorce. I know a lot of times people struggle with going from one extreme to the other. So they here. Well, if you're talking about divorce, then you're saying everyone, I'm not saying everyone should get divorced. I'm not saying everyone shouldn't. I'm just saying that if you're in a relationship that's toxic for you. That's hurting you that's harmful for you. It's worth questioning why are we in this relationship? Why are we staying together? So I think that's powerful. And I was just gonna say an in her situation specifically, it sounds like there wasn't a lot of compromise work being done to get better in their relationship where if there is some progress in they're trying to make things happen. Yeah. That's that's a reason to stay together. But when you see your mom, sad like that. And your dad on happy it it. It comes to the point where you're only being fair to say, you know, you're not being fair to anyone. Right. And I think sometimes being able to take that band aid off and go through that tough experience. I think a huge part of emotions is being able to go through the tough part of them. I say all the time. There's a beginning middle and end to every single emotional experience. So whatever you're going through is going to pass the question is how you going to deal with it until it gets passed and speaking of beginning middle and end your college career went fast, really fast. Fast. It did it. It was a great for years. But when you look back I feel like I should still be maybe a sophomore not not out in the work field. But yeah, it was I mean it was by far my best choice. I could have had for college. I actually came from a really small hometown. We graduated about eighty five kids high school. Yeah. It was a public school just really small, and you know, going going out of high school. I wasn't too worried, but the transition into such a big school in a city lifestyle was a little concerning at first. But we the way the way it is an athletics. They kind of bring you in like your family and pit life skills really helped us kind of get to know all different aspects of teams, and we it just it feels weird being gone now looking back at some of my friends that are still there on the team and looking at things, but now in the work world. I'm I'm learning a lot about myself. And i'm. I'm enjoying it. So I think first of all we met at the pit life skills because I spoke at that where move we probably I interacted, but what I was thinking of that. I think would be so helpful for our listeners is you you are going through it right now, you're going you're going through that transition where you recently, graduated you're out in the workforce. And I think so many of our listeners have children who are going through transitions. Whether they're going through transitions from junior high high school, whether they're going from elementary school to junior high or college into the workforce, and you're doing that. So I thought it would be good to get insight from someone at a you're twenty three years old. What you experience in that transition? So how has it been for you to actually make that transition? So, you know, in the beginning, it's tough just because you're you're so you sit such a schedule, especially being an athlete. We were getting up every morning to practice, and yet your classes, you had your friends. You went home you were with your friends. You know, it was it was a really good setup. And then when you leave you kind of have to almost re find yourself a little you kind of have to see right. What do I what do I have to do to? Find find my way, you know. So when I when I went into the work field. I started reading lists. And I started saying 'cause I work from home. So a lot of it's yet to know kind of what you're do in the day, and where you're going to be, but I would do that. And it really helped me a lot just trying to kind of get a lesson. Go from there. One of the things I'm really excited about with talking to you is you're so self motivated, and there are a lot of we've talked about emotional management, and there's a lot of emotions to be managed around being self motivated and being able to get and do things on your own. So I'm really glad that you're here in the studio with me today because we're really going to get into that throughout the show. If you wanna be a part of the show,.
"advertising sales" Discussed on Reason Podcast
"Implanted chip under your children's skin, follow them everywhere in contravention to Lenore skin easies teachings. This is I think a case of what you do with the with the money or the privilege or the perk afterward. And if what you do is right, a funding article about how great Saudi Arabia is, or you know, do advertising sales where you say that the people who advertise I shadow in your lady magazine have the best I shot. Oh, that's where the ethical problem comes in. That's where you fucked up and it's on the consumer of the boondoggle or the ads or the the benefit, the public and the benefits in the ads to make that decision. At the same time, I feel like this plus the Atlantic conference plus a couple of other things like the real takeaway hair should be like dumb conferences or dumb and bad and lead people to do dumb bad. Things, and we should just stop having big dumb conferences all the time everywhere. Here's an idea for your ideas festival don't have one, correct. I welcome to my Ted talk. I'm going to talk about how we should not have conferences like Ted for fifteen minutes. There's a back when there is the International Herald Tribune, which I think now just called the international New York Times or something, sadly, but it used to be a joint production between the New York Times and the Washington Post quirky, newspaper history behind it. That's all a kind of great now was when onto that joint ownership was my favorite newspaper in the world. They had this recurrence, a special section, a concept. I want to say what happened once a week is probably more like once a month, but you would see them do a special pullout section like, and it was always a, like, you know, opportunities in Turkmenistan. Remember when the new Republic got in trouble for this with, I think Saudi Arabia, right? They, they ran like a special pullout section. It's point that was like the glories of the Saudi kingdom. Now it wasn't fully Marcus such exactly some of the editor real content of conference. They were half the where they Yang. One of the sponsors demanded that somebody be yanked and they did that. But this I think this is like it's the church will quote right? It's it's like when you accepted like a free, you know, ham sandwich from Kato or whether you've accepted a fancy conference from the Saudi Arabian government. Like we've already established what you are. Madame, we're just haggling over the price like that's well. Although, again, as you were saying, Catherine, I mean, it depends on what the coverage that you pull out of something like that as because if and there were cases. I mean, this was part of the Abramov scandal, right that he was running junkets to the Northern Mariana Islands and having people right without without disclosing that they went there. On a junket die Mottaki about the greater glories of the Northern Marianas country. You know, region on the grow in all of that. I have mad, I think you know the larger question and this also goes back to some Peter with sake Mets. I, I'm less worried about Trump's taxes to be quite honest. Then the companies that the American companies that are dictating American government policy such as Boeing and whether it's through things like the Export Import Bank or through all kinds of trade deals that get set up primarily to benefit very well connected arms dealers in the United States and elsewhere that stuff that we can absolutely control. And that is open. Currently the government, you know, oversight that that kind of stuff. This is where Trump tr- I think one of the one of the ways he successful and he's powerful as he constantly pulling the attention to him even when it seems like that attention can only be negative. We're gonna find out in his taxes that he owes. You know, the world's largest stripper Bill at some, you know, fuck. Being Moscow strip club or something like that. In fact, like the large questions here and what you think about like Middle East policy, it's like everything else in America. We're not even talking about like, what are we doing in Syria right now? What? Why are we backing?.
"advertising sales" Discussed on WLAC
"You can by hand sanitizer. You can often buy in Times Square. They had all kinds of like, Donald Trump madness and NYPD snow Globes. You name it anything a newspaper. What laws governing what can be sold? Are there any laws that say you can sell this or not that? Yeah. Back when newsstands. We're I coming up. These are just the sidewalk newsstands that are governed by these laws, not storefront newsstands. But newsstand center on city property, you could only sell news, and it was even that it was kind of hard to make living that lay. So in the sixties the city agreed to let them sell cigarettes in the nineteen seventy degrees. I'm to let them so like prepackaged, food and items that cost less than five dollars. Another console just about anything kind of food or beverage wise as long as it's packaged in any kind of like knickknack is MO as long as it's under ten dollars. They can't sell things like close purses handbags because I think they want to keep the newscasts from competing with storefront retailers for good reason. And then the city does have a law that if you're newsstand you have to sell news, and they actually the city told me they send out people to sort of force that loss, but it's a very vague laws. This is to sell newspapers magazines. Periodical? And from what I've seen some newsstands will. You know, they'll offer a few newspapers in the morning, and then the papers will sell out, and they don't really wanna devote a lot of time or a lot of space to Soliman newspapers because don't merchants are super low, and they don't sell very much. They'd rather have the space in the front dedicated the candy and soda things. I have a lot, you know, much higher margins or speaking with an cadet of the Wall Street Journal, and you mentioned all those other products not competing with stores. I would think some of the stories in the area would not be too thrilled about some of the things that the newsstands or selling that, you're right. But this has been kind of an old tradition. Somebody stands have been there for you know, going way back ally a long time before like, you know, Walgreen's came in. So I think even though usually the the retailers fight it tooth and nail. When the newsstands come forward and say, hey, we wanna start adding these products are this kind of thing there's kind of a lot of nostalgia in the city and a lot of. Affection. So I think the city we'll probably do what it can to keep them going. Another reason is that the newsstands also serve to. Was kind of billboards for advertising sales in the city makes about fifty five million a year from the company the rents out the size and backs of these standards for for. Selling advertising? So the city wants to make sure that the newsstands can keep going has an interest in making sure that they don't all start folding. They want to keep those alive to keep that Ed revenue coming in. This weekend's Jennifer Kushinka with Wall Street Journal columnist and cadet operators, by the way. These stand say the earn just five cents on a one dollar tabloid newspaper compared with eighty cents on a one dollar bottle of Poland spring operators. Typically earn about thirty grand a year. It's thirty minutes now after the hour.
China, Turkey and US discussed on Bucket Strategy Investing
"In June Goldman Sachs cut ten cents target price by seven percent and reduced its earnings forecast deciding, slower growth in gaming higher video expenses and. Gradual acceleration in advertising sales tencent is due to report. Second quarter earnings today the stock is currently down. More than
Disneyland Resort proposes to raise minimum wage for California park workers
"Be burning off as we head into the. Latter part of the morning. For LA Orange County metro mostly sunny skies by the afternoon with a high of eighty seven, degrees and then. For the valley's one oh two temperatures will slowly. Start. To cool jazz by a degree in and it could get a little bit hotter as we head into, the beginning. Of next week southern California's most accurate. Dependable forecast I'm CBS to, meteorologist amber Lee for KNX ten, seventy NewsRadio downtown LA has seventy-two stood against city has sixty nine and out in riverside, this morning. It is sixty eight degrees five seventeen on KNX governor Brown wants to overhaul California's, aging nine. One one system and he wants to raise Taxes on your phones to make. It happen the governor's asking the, legislature to. Impose a flat fee on cell phones landlines and other devices capable of nine one one it would add at least thirty four cents per line to your. Monthly Bill exchange Brown would eliminate an existing tax on in calls and other issue involving the governor. Prosecutors trying to get them to scale back a new mental health law you signed last month vastly expands the number of criminal suspects that can be diverted to mental, health treatment programs and have their sentences dismissed the expansion to spent to. Send suspects to bit before they. Reached the criminal process deemed competent to stand trial aunts into middle hospitals but San Diego County DA summer Stephens said that there's hardly a serious or violent felony offense where. Criminal defense attorney wouldn't make. The case that their client should undergo a mental health evaluation Mark. Austin Thomas Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio the lawyers for homeless people who've been removed from areas along these Santa Ana. River trailer asking a judge to suspend local anti. Camping and anti loitering laws while Orange County it's many cities Work on plans for more urgency shelters and the OC register says the attorneys also. Watergate class action status for a lawsuit they filed so it could include, up to fifteen hundred, displays homeless people socal gas. Company engineers begun the testimony and a class action lawsuit stemming from the Aliso. Canyon gas leak the engineer deposed for eight hours on Thursday after a long dispute between the attorneys and because of the gag order imposed by the judge there's. 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"advertising sales" Discussed on No Agenda
"You're over looking the fundamentals of the business that's the best thing i've heard you mean losing a billion dollars a month is that your fundamentals of the business before you comment on the journalism thing here's a another quick part as they discuss this now amongst themselves absolutely right to say that point clearly there is a significant file will between the kind of advertising sales departments of any jonas themselves to imply otherwise pletely misses the the integrity point of various integrity you missing the point about works i the way i guess in a sense his his renton ramble here on these tweets is not dissimilar from something we hear from the president he feels that he's victim of fake news and and much like the president when ilan must feels that either he or his companies particularly tesla are being attacked unfairly he doesn't sit there and take it he fires back and goes after those who come after his company and he goes after them with a vengeance and now his supporters and investors in tesla they love it because their belief is he is fighting for his company here's another one of his tweets even if some of the public doesn't care about the credibility score if he were to make credibility scores the journalists editors publications will it is how they define themselves so again it gets back to his belief that a number of media outlets do not accurately portray tesla and the development of its vehicles where they are with the model three etc absolutely he's absolutely right about that.
"advertising sales" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Portion all of that stuff was based off of the psychological information that they were getting from facebook now the issue is they are not allowed to keep that data or resell it and in in europe you're not allowed to do it without the express permission of the user so that's where we get into this this potential violation by cambridge analytica from the data protection act in europe is because you cannot have those kind of you can't sell that information without the express consent of the person whose information is being sold or being harvested now what i find really the missed story here if i can put it to you this way the mist store because everybody's talking about trump and every talking about banning because those are like those are the big topics who another scandal who look at what trump was doing in order to win this election never mind the fact that the obama campaign was doing it in two thousand twelve that you know that facebook sells data to everybody in their cats it's like that's what facebook does harvest is data and it sells that that's how it makes its billions of dollars do you think it's making that money off of pure advertising sales thought it was the cat piteous i know it's not it you don't pay anything to be on the platform they're making their money off of advertising revenue that is directly tied to the data that they sell an offer other people in exchange for the marketing dollars so the real crux of this argument the real crux of this of this issue that i don't think people are getting at is the fact that while.
"advertising sales" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"But it's still was very curious to me why wouldn't muller announced these indictment why was at rosen stena men doing it on document dumping happens after three pm and this was right at one p m but it's still was very curious to me why wouldn't muller announced these indictment why was it rosenstein and then doing it on a friday in the midst of this other story and of course the answers are are pure speculation but believe me there is a reason for this and i it although it's going to sound crazy i think that they were hoping that the story would be overridden by continued coverage of the school shooting meaning new is going to be covered they knew that that everybody would stop for a wild to talk about it and then we'll get back to the school it's still curious and that if any trump people interacted with these russians they did so on wittingly meaning they did and that if any trump people interacted with these russians they did so on wittingly meaning they didn't know you wanna see my tech blogs i tech blogs are distressed over this and then the the piece de resistance and you may not know about this a former facebook employee who was a vice president for advertising sales came out friday after the election this has totally deflated my millennial left wing tech bloggers who believe after the election this has totally deflated my millennial leftwing tech bloggers who believe pull the rug out from under him but what does it mean.
"advertising sales" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Disappeared really fast because i started still out spending what i was making news yet a isn't that like this like the paradigm it's like no matter what you earn so many of us we just match whatever or quality of life or not quality of life whatever our spending is likely you know we double what we earn then we spend double plus ten percent yeah it was this crazy vicious circle because i was working so hard to make this money and then i felt like i deserved really nice things to reward myself for working so hard there and i just kept going and going in at some point i just felt like well you're never going to be out of debt your credit score is in the toilet you may as well just keep on living the dream mm he selling oh at let's see i saw lots of things i started by selling drinks soza a bartender and working for tips so waiting tables bartending and then i moved into print sales so commercial print and finally of advertising sales two in the back of your head are you can thinking longterm or he just kinda like day the day like i did i'm in the grind that a to do it ever need to do to kinda get through the next day week month yet first i wasn't thinking longterm at all because it was too depressing to go there i didn't really think that i would ever be without alone payment you know school on payment of car loan payment credit card payment it was allconsuming i mean it was to the point where i had debt collectors calling me and would be nervous wondering if i would be able to pay the rent.
"advertising sales" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"During for an advertising sales position right now advertising sales up fastpaced world there are tens of thousands of local businesses and bmw looking for solutions business owners ask us how do they pick my business name and click on it and not someone else how do i promote my new product to a large audience how do i get on my customers screen on their phone in their car and at their favorite events advertising on the radio online at events a cumulus we offer all of the above so back to hiring you love to meet new people think creatively in solve problems you love to work hard and want your paycheck reflect your effort give me a call we offer a competitive uncapped pay structure benefits 401 k training and vacation wbap is hiring for an advertising sales physician right now call me steve at nine seven two seven zero eight or two five one or email me at steve dot h o l m a cumulus dot com cumulus is an equal opportunity employer hi this is rj lane general sales manager for cumulus dallas i've worked here a wbap espn and pale iaaf for nearly twenty years i love what i do i love the people i work with we're hiring foreign advertising sales position right now advertising sales is a fast pace world there are tens of thousands of local businesses in dallas fort worth looking for solutions business owners ask us how do they pick my business name and click on it how do i promote my new product who a larger audience how do i get on my customers screen and their car and at their favourite event advertising at cumulus we offer all the above so back that hiring thank you love to work hard and want your paycheck who reflect your effort give me a call we offer competitive uncapped pay structure benefits 401 k training and vacates wbap espn and kale if is hiring for an advertising sales.
"advertising sales" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker
"You know of any one that scott pruitt radio sales experience or advertising sales experienced that would be great he'd have them come apply here to radio station and we'd certainly loakan and meet with them we also have for a spot open on our uh community service department which is based selling on the phone annesophie by the tint hirszon in have them come and apply just letting people know takes it takes a big team we usually have fifteen to twenty people by involved in the process here so it takes a team to get this thing done and keep it going he pushing keep it under way so i just letting you know that we are not we we've got some of the same items on hear over and over again that's why 'cause well we're getting toward the end of some of these items so what you know now what a mentioned this week these upscale resale are you ladies know what i'm talking about leases earn ozark some of the finest clothes but they're just uh there's experienced and um but these certificates her ten dollars each you combined for four philippi and you can use a three of the time will say up six so just letting you know about that now unequal change place we have wade's oil change wade's automotive upon carney street synthetic bland by right behind the gestation station there now these expire at the end of this year so you have about what five six weeks abc news fortythree dollar value and we're going to do those at twelve dollars so if that works better for you as as far as convenient place to go than wade's automotive is where you can go to use those who grabbed those wife camp at their good until the end of this year and then now the whales tire and auto alignment rotate balanced package nitrogen to replace the airing your tires done this once and it was amazed at the outcome the alignment the rotating balance nitrogen and.
"advertising sales" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Which is a crock it's eight total crock don't believe anybody in media who tells you that the ratings don't matter either to them or to their network or their bosses or to their advertising sales team to say that is sophistry and it's a poor excuse jimmy kimmel has lost thirty percent of his audience it is assumed that the thirty percent he's lost is republicans jimmy kimmel says that's fine with me i don't care i would never have a conversation with those people anyway now i'm an old schooler when it comes to broadcasting at one of things that uh i grew up knowing instinct italy and learning is that you're never proud losing audience and your bosses are never going to pat you on the back for it now publicly as partisan as our politics of palm become that might be a public pose but bullying me where the bean counters live this is not cool if you're going to have an audience were some of the people gold like your dislike you you've got to find a way to keep them watching or keep them listening what to say you don't care and that you're not interested because those people you couldn't talk you anyway you may as well be admitting that whatever business iorean it isn't a mass appeal business and when did the late night comedy become so niche i wanna remind you some let's go back this is.
"advertising sales" Discussed on KELO
"Which is a crock it's a total crock don't believe anybody in media who tells you that the ratings don't matter either to them or to their network or their bosses or to their advertising sales team to say that is sophistry and it's a poor excuse jimmy kimmel has lost thirty percent of his audience it is assumed that the thirty percent he's lost is republicans jimmy kimmel's says that's fine with me i don't care i would never have a conversation with those people anyway now i'm an old schooler when it comes to broadcasting at one of things that uh i grew up knowing instinct italy in learning is that you're never proud losing audience and your bosses are never going to pat on the back for it now publicly as partisan as our politics of palm become that might be a public pose but believe me one the being counters live this is not cool if you're going to have an audience were some of the people gold like your dislike you you've got to find a way to keep them watching or keep them listening but to stay you don't care and that you're not interested because those people you couldn't talk to you anyway you may as well be admitting the whatever business your in it isn't a mass appeal business and when did the late night comedy become so niche i want to remind you some let's go back this is last wednesday i made a point we had a caller who who suggested that you really want to damage these guys than conservatives ought to stop watching and that would teach them a lesson ozone answers are tuning in for what those hosts are providing the people watch real time or the tornado these latenight shows have a certain expectation that they're going to have their anger fat was aided 'cause i submit to.
"advertising sales" Discussed on BizTalkRadio
"We get competitive close from insurance companies so and the freddy talks about his friend couple easier the _a_c_l critical attack so so it i'm with that with with half for the number times like he was on a last week talk this what about the business retail this is just a sports back in the be to be real quickly what these guys do you you guys protect businesses from fraudulent advertising sales it's really i think the easiest way to explain arrival that's correct yeah were able to the texans since let's say a when he arrives at but they did you and i am in with a half than the red well they're going to do a better ethic in the united states what happened if they get hits from russia we have our software is able to all right physically nowhere that i p address comes to click on that banner space yeah right in doesn't want to advertised in yet russia so we're able but to give eight very accurate report tube arrived in that span it particular clips on your battered came outside of the year graphic area in which you were running around and so do not play for those clips and were able to detect about forty percent of the four forty percent of the plays or are flooding with and were able to prove that without a shadow of a doubt with our are software i'm not in the detective world like that was isis yeah go to their to see this is again is gonna saw friday exactly right bell bill is the cfo of grateful tacky just it in acquisition of sheryl's and when we come back we're to talk to to joseph name and who is the president i'm sure rails a harvard nba by the way rush we may want to put on your put on your own better you know you're better roster this one but is like really tell us about it and um and bill before lets you off for today i just want to have you can sort of explain the fact that we think we're doing more shopping i wind we really are this is all about truly the fact that we do a lotta retail.