36 Burst results for "Analyst"

Fresh update on "analyst" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:34 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "analyst" discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News

"Speaking of cars, changes are coming to a Tesla Model. We've got the money watch from Jason Brooks. Tesla's next model 3 may have financial prudence woven into the design. Reuters reports that Tesla wants to lower production costs for the next model three, which would include a simplified interior of report says the redesigned model three is scheduled to be produced in Shanghai in the third quarter of 2023 and at a yet to be determined time at Tesla's Fremont factory. Tesla shares were flat today during an otherwise rough session for the stock market with a Dow losing 497 points. NASDAQ dropping 176 S&P down by 62. High end home furnishings aren't getting a lot of love from Wall Street analysts this holiday season. Morgan Stanley is downgrading William Sonoma stock rating on the belief that the San Francisco based firm will likely unleash deep discounts over the coming year in order to spark demand, which has been steadily weakening in 2022 following a boom during the first two years of the pandemic. The analyst note says significant promotions will seriously dent Williams-Sonoma's profit margins. On the money watch, Jason Brooks, kcbs

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Cyber Monday deals lure in consumers amid high inflation

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 16 hrs ago

Cyber Monday deals lure in consumers amid high inflation

"Consumers are looking for more discounts on cyber Monday. Cyber Monday is expected to remain the year's biggest online shopping day with up to $11.6 billion in sales. That's according to Adobe analytics, which tracks transactions at over 85 of the top 100 online stores in the U.S. that forecast represents a jump of about a $1 billion, consumers spent last year, Adobe's numbers are not adjusted for inflation and some analysts have said, top line numbers will be boosted by higher prices. I'm Shelley Adler

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 China's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 17 hrs ago

China's Xi faces threat from public anger over 'zero COVID'

"Many a month after granting himself new powers, China's leader Xi Jinping is facing the kind of public anger not seen for decades due to his zero COVID strategy. Demonstrators in Chengdu chanted and locked down and free speech, as well as make China great again as they gathered in the dark around candles in Shanghai protesters assembled along the streets, many chanting and filming a stream of police officers arriving to control the protests. Widespread demonstrations like these have not been seen in China since the army crushed the 1989 student led pro democracy movement in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, John Hopkins political analyst of says, however, the protests happening now are less of a threat to the government than the chairman uprising. Students and protesting that there's clear sign that the party leadership is divided. And

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Pockets of shelling across Ukraine as wintry warfare looms

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 d ago

Pockets of shelling across Ukraine as wintry warfare looms

"Shelling by Russian forces hid several areas in eastern and southern Ukraine. The institute for the study of war a think tank that closely monitors developments in Ukraine says Russian forces were digging in further east of the city of kurzon, from which they were recently expelled by Ukrainian forces. The attacks happened as utility crews continued to scramble to restore power, water, and heating, after widespread strikes in recent weeks, and with persistent snowfall, including in the capital of Kyiv, analysts are predicting that wintry weather with frozen terrain and grueling fighting conditions could have an increasing impact on the direction of the conflict. I mean, Montgomery

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Analyst on Vatican court weighing fraud case

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 d ago

Analyst on Vatican court weighing fraud case

"A Vatican tribunal weighing a financial fraud case heard from an unusual witness. The voice of Pope Francis in a secret recording. The broadcast of Pope Francis own voice in the courtroom marked a new chapter in a trial that's already seen plenty of twists and turns. The conversation was within accused cardinal. Over the Holy See's payments to free a nun held hostage by militants, author and Vatican analyst Marco politi calls this trial a mess. Now we don't know whether the Pope has to come as witness. In front of the court, which would be unbelievable. He says. The power struggles within the church have become reckless. There is no more respect for the high authority of the Pope. Vatican judges are trying to determine who, if anyone is criminally responsible. For losing tens of millions of Euros in Vatican assets. I'm Jackie Quinn

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'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 3 d ago

'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

"Folks, I am so excited to have as my guest this hour mark Shaw. He's the bestselling author of the reporter who knew too much, the new book absolutely fascinating. It's called fighting for justice, the improbable journaling journey to exposing cover ups about the JFK assassination, the deaths and the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy kilgallen. We're getting into it here. So it is really fascinating stuff Mark and we had Johnny Russo on this program a few times and he said, you were absolutely dead on and he was somebody that was deeply connected with the mob and Frank Costello's boy, so to speak. Very nice kind of amazing to have him ratify what you're saying. But let's just keep going. Well, I'm probably one of the most least likely people who could have ever done this area. I was a college dropout at Purdue. It took me 6 years. I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but I was a criminal defense lawyer for a number of years and then a network legal analyst for the Tyson case and other kinds of Bryant and OJ and all that. I always look at motive when you're looking at who's responsible for a homicide. And so the next book, as you mentioned, it was the reporter who knew too much. And that's where I met this incredible human being journalist, media icon, Dorothy kilgallen. Most people know about her from what my line, the quiz show on CBS for ten years. That's all that I knew. And then I started looking into it and I found out that she had really gotten involved in the JFK assassination. They called her the most powerful female voice in America, the post did. And so I found out that, hey, wait a minute, Dorothy got into this. And she decided that she needed to go ahead and look into it because she and JFK were very close friends.

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Popular Analyst Warns Steep Correction in Sight for Solana, Says SOL Has Ways To Go – Here’s His Target

The Daily Hodl

00:46 sec | 4 d ago

Popular Analyst Warns Steep Correction in Sight for Solana, Says SOL Has Ways To Go – Here’s His Target

"11 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Popular analyst warned steep correction in sight for Solana, says SOL has ways to go here, as his target. A closely followed crypto analyst is warning Solana SOL holders that the smart contract platforms downtrend is likely far from over. In a new strategy session, pseudonymous analyst chits tells his 50,200 YouTube subscribers that he's bearish on Ethereum ETH rival Solana, and that he plans to short SOL should it bounce to 15. If the post popular analyst warns steep correction in sight for Solana, says SOL has ways to go here is target appeared first on the daily HODL.

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Quant Analyst PlanB Says Bitcoin (BTC) on Track To Explode by Over 500% – Here’s the Timeline

The Daily Hodl

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Quant Analyst PlanB Says Bitcoin (BTC) on Track To Explode by Over 500% – Here’s the Timeline

"8 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Quant analyst plan B says Bitcoin, BTC, on track to explode by over 500%, here S the timeline. Popular quantitative analyst plan B known for his stock to flow Bitcoin BTC model is expressing bullish sentiment for the flagship crypto asset. In a new interview with crypto trader Benjamin cowan, plan B says that while the current sentiment towards crypto is bearish due to the disintegration of digital assets exchange FTX, it wouldn't shock him if the. The post quant analyst plan B says Bitcoin BTC on track to explode by over 500 Harry's the timeline appeared first on the daily HODL.

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Garland Names Special Counsel for Trump Inquiries

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last week

Garland Names Special Counsel for Trump Inquiries

"They just are named a special counsel to investigate Donald Trump on two fronts January 6th and documents This guy is not an independent special counsel He is spent his entire career as a career bureaucrat at the Department of Justice Either in one of the field offices for U.S. attorney or main justice He's obviously a colleague of and well entrenched and well known But the very people who are conducting the investigations of the president at this very moment Now what's troubling about all this ladies and gentlemen is as follows Let's take the documents case first Put aside all the static all the so called legal analysts and the professors in the former attorneys general and all the rest Why would you bring the country to the brink of where document case Whatever you think about it why would you bring the country to a brink over a document case That a president slash former president as he's moving into the former president's stage takes documents with him to Mar-a-Lago Some of which are classified Now we have leaks to The Washington Post that say he didn't have a criminal intent He didn't have mens Rea He wasn't trying to make money from them sell them give them to the enemy That's the purpose of the espionage act The purpose of the presidential records act isn't to prosecute anybody because it's not a criminal statute So why would you bring the country to the brink Why would you pave unpaved ground In order to try and bring what is basically an administrative case criminalizing it against a former president

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Allen Weisselberg Testifies Trump Family Not Involved in Tax Fraud

Mark Levin

01:16 min | Last week

Allen Weisselberg Testifies Trump Family Not Involved in Tax Fraud

"Don't want to pass up on this There was testimony today in a courtroom in New York City How about the Trump organization And Alan weisselberg a senior adviser former chief financial officer at former president Trump's organization He said he conspired with a subordinate to hide more than a decade's worth of extras from his taxable income Ready And I quote but that neither Trump nor the family were involved Excuse me But neither Trump nor the family were involved Can you tell me why that's not the leading story on every single cable news show I haven't even seen it once Can you tell me why that's not the lead story the headline at the New York Post front page Let's see if it is tomorrow Can you see if this is going to be the headline on one of the editorials from the office nerds at The Wall Street Journal Maybe it'll be a headline at the national review legal analyst Andy McCarthy He'll jump into this no question about that Let's just see Ladies and gentlemen how much the media how much the media focus on this

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"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:11 min | Last week

"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"How about Marshall next in North Carolina? Hello, Marshall. Hello, Paul. Hey there. I would like to talk about the George bulldog how like that's been it seems to get a touchdown every single day. Every single game, he seems to just run it in. Well, listen, he's had an outstanding year. A lot of people wondered, including myself, whether he should come back, he's proven everyone wrong, and he's having an amazing season. Thank you very, very much for the call. Craig is up next. Hey Craig. Craig is up next. Are you there, Craig? Yeah, so I'm here, Paul. Well, good. Thank you for calling. Thanks. I'm trying to I like to imagine things like I went Powerball and I'm trying to imagine that I'm a rich donor to the auburn football program. I'm trying to wrap my mind around Q three, get out of contract, I believe it's 5 million a year for 8 years, $40 million. So we have to overcome that to get you freeze. Would we not? Yeah, I think I don't know what the contract stipulates in terms of where it would cost to get him out of there. I can't imagine it would be overwhelming, but no, I mean, considering auburn's paid out 30 $7 million recently two coaches, it fired. I'm sure it could probably find a couple of million to pay liberty off. So what do you think the chances are of getting a coordinator as a head coach? If that would fly and what's your best coordinator list? Or I don't say right now, I don't think a coordinator is in the mix. You hear a couple of names mentioned, but I'm only basing this on what I heard John Cohen say last week, and he seemed to be describing a head coach. RN, I appreciate it, Paul, hey, one last question. I'm in my 50s trying to lose weight. How do you keep your weight down? Do you exercise? What's the correct answer? I will just offer this. And I hear this from my wife, who deals with this issue in her medical practice. And I always hear her say the same thing. Not that I'm in there with her patients, but I run into we run into people. Exercise and eat in moderation. I know that's doesn't tell you very much. But I think that's an axiom that physicians always employ to patients as they get a little bit older. And it's amazing what a little bit of either one and you may do both. But what motivated me if I can tell you was the loss of my father at 15, he was 49 when he died and as I got older, it really started to weigh on me that I didn't want that to happen. So I started exercising a lot and I don't do I'm not like a triathlon, but and the audience would get a good chuckle if you watched me work out, but that's beside the point. But I am pretty careful about what I eat. I appreciate you, Paul. Thank you. Thank you very much. All the best on that. And I listen, I'm no one to offer anyone the advice on things like that, but I think the simpler the better. You don't need to go on whatever the hot new trendy diet is. I think it could be done fairly simply. In very small moderation, ivy weight is almost like it never ends. It's sadly, it never ends. Let's check out Jerry and Georgia. Hello, Jerry. How are you doing, Paul? Thanks for taking my call. Thank you very much. I want to in one day change things up a little bit and ask you about what is proposed for one day 25 or before when Texas and Oklahoma joined the SEC, what kind of alignment is the SEC talking about? Gary, Jerry, it's a great question. And we haven't talked about it much once the season started. No one has said this, and I don't think anybody is going to say this, but I'll say it. I think Oklahoma and Texas will be in the league at the beginning of the 24 season because of what's happened in the big 12. So what does that mean? I think it means that you will see the dissolution of the current division set up. I don't think there will be an Easter or west. I think the conference championship game will consist of the two highest ranked teams or some combination, depending on head to head and records. As far as how it will be orchestrated, I think you'll have each team. This is just a proposal here. This is not official because they haven't settled on it yet, but I think everybody will have three permanent rivals. So there'll be four teams, pod, so to speak, and that is one of the working models, but they are still there's still a lot of disagreement on how do you get to that point. Thanks so much. Thank you. I really enjoy your show and thank you for taking my call. Jerry, thank you. One more thing on that. What I've heard from conference officials is this. That they want

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"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:08 min | Last week

"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And double check in with Mark. In Knoxville. Noah Mark. Mark you there? On there. Welcome to the show. Good afternoon. Thank you. I haven't seen the show in a couple of days, but I had a couple of observations, not as much as past weekend, but when UT played Georgia of this wonder, if you kind of noticed that they weren't playing as fast as they usually were and do you think it has an outcome of the game? Well, I think there were disrupted quite a bit, but you're right. And I think ultimately, I'm just giving you an uneducated fan observation, but I think the Georgia defense had a lot to do with that. Well, yeah. I agree with that, but it's just like they just started off the game, not like usual. So it's kind of been arrested. Yeah, no, I've kind of forgot I'm trying to remember the beginning of the game. But I'll get you a better answer than that, but it just seemed like they were well aware of how good Georgia was, and it could have just been a match up situation. However, they called the game. Hey, thank you very much for the call, though. It's a good question. Mike is in Tennessee as well. Good afternoon. Good afternoon, Paul. How are you? We're doing great. Thank you. One to touch on a couple of things. And getting ready to come up here in a little while. And then the other one's a South Carolina Tennessee game. Saturday. I was thinking about going to that game, so I started checking and thinking, you know, maybe go to bacon restaurant and eat lunch, ever in Spartanburg and go on into Columbia and I started checking on tickets. Cheapest ticket was a $118. And they go up to $1200. That's a lot of money. I have to go fund the account. I remember the good old days you could go buy a ticket for $10 from walking a game. Yeah, exactly. Sometimes depending on the game, you could get them free. Look at this one. Trying to get a ticket for the Taylor Swift tour coming up next spring. You know, you're exactly right, Paul. That's why you make the big bucks. I was talking to somebody today, got a ticket for that. And I absolutely could not believe what they were going for. Let's check in with Donald, who was in Georgia. Hello, Donald. How you doing, Paul? This is Donald. You know, I talked to you before. And I was going to tell you, you know, I do cover Florida state and we talked about catfish the last time me and you was on the line. I do want to tell you something about that situation about Deion Sanders. Okay. Did I do some research on it? And I did talk to some people at the school because I've been covered since early 90s and at the time when we were looking for our coach, Leon did not have a college degree. He didn't get his college degree until 2020. We hired novell in 19 December of 19. Okay. But now he was talked to, but he just was not, when I say qualified, of course, he's qualified. You know, it's the greatest player in the NFL. You know what I mean? Right. But he didn't have the credentials as far as schooling to be our coach. Now, I will be honest with you. I'm around the team a lot. Our team loves coach norville. The fans, we love you. He's a great guy. All the assistants, I mean, everybody, you know, like right now, I'm gonna tell you something. We're playing some good football. And I just don't, you know, like I said, on my podcast, I do cover Florida state, but I do other schools, and I do keep up with dancing because I am from Georgia. I hear Georgia and Alabama, all my Friends, you know, and I catch flat, you know, but I tell them, listen. Shut your mouth. We beat the sea west champions, so keep your mouth shut. But I do want to say one other thing. Instead of catfish, I'm gonna bring you some gator bites in two weeks. If you want some. Gator brights. Yeah, 'cause we played a Gators. And I'm gonna cut that tail off of the gator. I'm gonna cook it up. And we can have some gator box instead of catfish, 'cause I don't think the Gators stand the chance to get something. Well, Donald, I can't think of anything I'd rather eat than gator bites with a little horseradish. Johnny is up next. Hello, Johnny. Hey, pal. Good afternoon. What I wanted to bring up is I think auburn may have painted himself in a corner. I think they know who they're going to hire. But and it's not prime time, but I think they felt, hey, let's appease everybody by hiring a black guy part time that way we can say we gave a guy a chance and now Cadillac has exceeded what they thought he would do. And not only that, if he beat Baldwin, can you imagine what a fire this is going to be? Johnny, you're right. Now, again, we're giving him a big hips, the fact that auburn could go into Alabama and when they game, but. You know that game always goes crazy, you know? It doesn't really matter. We almost saw one last year. But I just, that was on my mind, I've been trying to get in for a couple of days and I hadn't heard anybody, you know, the fat cats in the background thinking, hey, we can appease the crowd. We're going to hire who we want. We don't have to deal with here and all the backlash if we throw Cornell to the wolves, and now he's come out with a wolf meat to eat and if we don't watch out, it's going to be really funny to watch that unfold. Thank you very much. I don't know about funny, but Mac is up next. Hey Mac. Hi, Paul. How are you doing? We are doing great. Good. I grew up right here next to all of our Alabama. I've been a chaplain to law enforcement 40 years. Talk to you for my third time to talk with you. And I've been an album. I've been in auburn saying my dad sent me down last month, and the facts of life is number one. It's going to eat my table. We're going to be in Oliver. That's a serious question. I mean it. Oh yeah, he had a big smile on his face, thank God, because he was a big monster. But we used to set in the end of the end zone, army blankets and Nate sandwiches. And so that's how far we go back. And I've lost hope a few times. And all of them, but I love Altman. And for a long time, it was hard for auburn fans to even talk the last few years. And talk positive. And I think what Kano Williams gave us

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A Last-Minute Upsurge of Votes for Democrats

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

A Last-Minute Upsurge of Votes for Democrats

"I'm continuing my discussion of Republicans and the midterms. Now, I haven't seen any data on this, but I was looking at social media and a couple of analysts whom I trust talked about a last minute upsurge of votes for the Democrats by young people. Now, for a lot of Republicans, this is like, yeah, I mean, we know, sure, young people, what do you expect? First of all, these guys haven't experienced life. And so they are, yes, idealists, so to speak, but just wait till they turn 30. They turn 40, and they have lives, and they have families, and they have economic practical things to deal with, mortgage payments, and taxes, and deal with inflation, and all of this is going to yank them from the left where they belong now to the right. And there is an element of truth to this, I suppose, which is to say that I've seen examples in cases of people who were like, you know, I used to be a Democrat in college, but man, now that I know what the world is like, and I know how to know how difficult it is to make things meet, make ends meet, I'm going to be voting for the party that protects my economic welfare that protects me. So you do have this economic basis for people moving right, but it's also, and there's been a lot of data on this. A lot of people's political opinions are forged at a pretty young age. In other words, in their late teens and early 20s, and this I know has been true of Debbie and me, David met Reagan when she was 14, she became a Republican in a sense. Then she recognized that she was. She's a Republican now. I became a young reaganite in college in the early 1980s. Look at me now. So in other words, regardless of the sort of vicissitudes of life, that kind of anchoring of our basic convictions remains the same.

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Last Night's Big Winners

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

Last Night's Big Winners

"Welcome back. I'm Hugh Hewitt, I don't know what happened, so let's talk to somebody who will. Michael baron, the dean of American political analyst joins us this morning. Good morning, Michael. Hey, good morning. How are you doing, kid? I'm disappointed, but then again, I've been worse. I've been better and I've been worse. Tell us what happened, Michael. Well, did you deliver trumbull county for JD Vance? I did. We worked hard on that. And JD won fairly comfortable. Mike dewine delivered for JD Vance. That's what happened there. Well, I'll tell you what I think happened. I think that what we saw was American voters repudiated the last of the two most recent American press Donald Trump. And Joe Biden, the Democrats lost the House majority. They've gone from 235 seats when Biden was the anointed nominee down towards two 11 or lower. It looks to me like the Republicans will get a majority in the Senate, but a bare majority. And I think they repudiated Donald Trump. I mean, you saw what happened to the Trump or the Trump backed Senate candidates underperformed that people who put money in for the primaries and publicity and then didn't put any money into the general election. Blake masters seems to be behind in Arizona, state that Republicans won every Senate race from 1992 to 2016. You have men that are lost in Pennsylvania where the other candidate Dave McCormick would have probably won against a guy who was incapable of debating. I think he had them wax out will come through in Nevada. But it's he had a previous history prior to Trump. And JD Vance won in Ohio a state that Trump carried by 8 points. He seems to have carried it by 7, which suggests something in the nature of a declining appeal and he ran 9 points behind governor Mike dewine. So, yeah, I think that, you know, the big winner, Ron DeSantis.

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Can't make it to the polls on Election Day? How to vote absentee in the midterm elections

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Can't make it to the polls on Election Day? How to vote absentee in the midterm elections

"On the final weekend before election day leading politicians fanned out across the country to try to excite voters to get them to the polls Many analysts have said it depends on who turns out in force that will determine which party has control of Congress after the midterm elections Vice president Kamala Harris in Chicago says Democrats have been keeping their promises to try to help lower income families a mandate given by voters two years ago When you vote it's kind of like putting in your order This

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Chinese officials signal no change to 'zero-COVID' policy

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Chinese officials signal no change to 'zero-COVID' policy

"After days of speculation Chinese health officials gave no indication that they would relax COVID-19 restrictions At a news conference officials confirmed they would unswervingly stick to their zero COVID approach The announcement follows days of rumors that the government was considering changing a policy that has stunted economic growth and disrupted daily life The speculation had rallied stock markets in China as the unpopular controls seek to stop cases from coming into the country and snuff out outbreaks as they are uncovered Nevertheless most analysts believe any change will be gradual with major easing unlikely until sometime next year I'm Karen Chammas

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Why LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz Feels They Have a Winning Way to Show Golf

Fore The People

01:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Why LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz Feels They Have a Winning Way to Show Golf

"I'm plenty comfortable saying we'll be on a network barter. And I'm even more comfortable in saying I hate the fact that we will be. I hate the fact that we will be because our product will then our product will then not be, I hope we sell it as a wholly owned property and that they broadcast it the way it is. But right now, we do 5 hours of commercial free golf. And that is a big draw for the people who love watching. We don't, I mean, we don't move away for anything and we certainly don't see a guy tap in, watch him walk off the green for 30 seconds and show a scorecard full after hall. We do it completely different, and it's hard to retrain old minds like myself and Faraday to do it differently. But we've kind of caught on a little bit to it and hopefully we do more. I dread the fact that we're going to be on TV just because I know how much fun our entire 300 person crew has doing golf that doesn't have commercials, but hopefully we come up with some sort of model that is more like a more like a soccer game type thing where they don't have commercials for two halves. And not that anybody watches soccer. I certainly don't. We've already been through that. But you know what I mean? There's something that limits commercial interruption because that is the biggest compliment to us and can play it against golf channel and network coverage. As far as golf channels ratings, I don't think those things which you refer to actually do count in the ratings. I don't think public environments actually count in the ratings, but I'm old school. They might do it now. They didn't used to.

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Jerry Foltz Breaks Down the Team Dynamic in LIV Golf

Fore The People

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Jerry Foltz Breaks Down the Team Dynamic in LIV Golf

"So why was Taylor gooch straight? What's the deal? You potentially break up the greatest team in the history of sports. Like, what's going on? That's you know what? That's interesting. And I'm kind of on the outside looking into all this. I talked to a lot of players, obviously. And you hear a lot of rumblings. And you take part in a lot of conversations because literally it is one family out there. There's 48 players. There's not a hundred, 40, a 144 revolving parts each week. That you might know when you might not know. You know every single player. You hear the conversations. The team structure is something that I am not fully up to speed on, but there are 12 teams and there is ownership in those teams. The captain of almost all the teams has an ownership stake from what I understand at equity stake. And the rest of the player starting next year, the money that the team earned isn't one quarter share per player. That money goes to the team. To run the team to divvy up amongst the players on the team based on a contractual basis. So I believe I believe with no confirmation that many of the moves that the two moves we've seen and many of the ones we will see in the future. And I think there will be more to come before we start our next event. I think they have to do with who's getting what from what captain, what percentage here and there, and also to try and get maybe play for friends and be a tighter knit group. Peter, you line had a hell of a year, a better year than Taylor gooch is Taylor Gucci. Worst player than Peter, you like? Hell no, they're both incredible world class players. It was an interesting move to me, but it's not the last one. It's absolutely not the last. And from a team aspect, John, you mentioned that the team really sells you. It sells a lot of people and at least our culture and our sports culture, the team trading, the team, all the dynamics that go into running a team and managing a team are now part of golf in a way that's never been done before. I'm old. I didn't get it at first. I'm starting to understand it. I know the players were invested from day one. Again, I didn't understand it. I thought it was hokey. I thought it was forced. It's not. The entire entire motivation, the entire focus of the players that live golf. Out there. Yes, of course you want to play a great you want to win money. You can't control that. They want to, they want to develop the greatest team atmosphere they can and the best teams they can. And everybody wants to be the four aces next year.

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Jerry Foltz on Broadcasting LIV for the First Time

Fore The People

01:39 min | 3 weeks ago

Jerry Foltz on Broadcasting LIV for the First Time

"You've done, obviously, PGA's for, I've known you long, long time. Nationwide tour way, way back in the day too. LPGA a long time. Different kind of broadcasts. This is streamy live. Have you ever done a live stream broadcast ever and was it like complete anarchy? Everybody's starting at once, that type of deal. I mean, what was the main difference when you guys started? Were you pretty nervous? Like what the hell is it about to go down? Yeah, well, when you're 60, you're talking about live stream, it has a total different need. Usually means what happens in the middle of the night. We showed up in London now, granted if you guys remember back then. It was talked about in ruby, then all of a sudden they announced a schedule and they announced we're going to play, they didn't even announce a field to the week before, and they threw that together in no time at all and going to London with 5 weeks notice to stage a golf tournament and to put it on TV. It was such a huge endeavor. All of the equipment all throughout the UK and most of Europe had already been all the TV equipment was promised out to other shows. So they put this together in a bunch of 40 or 50 cubicle thingies these little tiny trailers that you see on a construction site as an office. And made this work and made it sing. It was interesting to say the least, I'm working with a number of thebe. I mean, most people I've never met before. Absent the camera guys and the technicians, a lot of whom in the industry I'd known for a long, long time. But the people behind the scenes of people in the organization have lived, I had not met any of them. At all. And all of a sudden, I wasn't there. I was nervous since I've ever been.

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"analyst" Discussed on Fore The People

Fore The People

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

"analyst" Discussed on Fore The People

"How did it get started? How did you become the guy who announced in London? How did that conversation start? Long, long, long story, but essentially they first two people they hire to take care of the broadcast. From a technical standpoint, where the producer and the director, they hired the producer that JJ knows quite well. And you met him, John. His name's Keith hirschman. He was the guy who originally was the very first producer at golf channel. Basically invented all of the, all of the coverage that you saw in the first 15, 20 years at golf channel. And he was in charge of it all, and including hiring and developing the on air talent, if you will, or lack of talent and like this, but he was there. And we had talked a number of times and he always assumed that I would say no that's and he was right. I would have. Because there was so much anti noise out there. And you hear only one side. You tend to believe so much of the of what is being said. And then one day I was kind of sitting there just thinking about big picture thinking about the future moving forward, I turned 60 this year. You know, how much longer do I want to work and how much more do I want to keep going down the same path? Which I love doing the LPGA as you guys know. And I called up and said, one night, I go, I'm listening. And the very next day sitting in this very chair, I got on the horn and a similar call to this with James Watson and will steger, who are two of the brightest people literally that I've ever met in TV who are reinventing the will and the wheel in terms of the way golf was covered and we sat there. We talked about it. They answered all my questions and made me feel comfortable about something I knew nothing about. And including all of the questions that are continually raised throughout social media that I'm very comfortable where I stand on my moral ground. In that regard. And I said, okay,

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LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz on How He Got Involved With LIV

Fore The People

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz on How He Got Involved With LIV

"How did it get started? How did you become the guy who announced in London? How did that conversation start? Long, long, long story, but essentially they first two people they hire to take care of the broadcast. From a technical standpoint, where the producer and the director, they hired the producer that JJ knows quite well. And you met him, John. His name's Keith hirschman. He was the guy who originally was the very first producer at golf channel. Basically invented all of the, all of the coverage that you saw in the first 15, 20 years at golf channel. And he was in charge of it all, and including hiring and developing the on air talent, if you will, or lack of talent and like this, but he was there. And we had talked a number of times and he always assumed that I would say no that's and he was right. I would have. Because there was so much anti noise out there. And you hear only one side. You tend to believe so much of the of what is being said. And then one day I was kind of sitting there just thinking about big picture thinking about the future moving forward, I turned 60 this year. You know, how much longer do I want to work and how much more do I want to keep going down the same path? Which I love doing the LPGA as you guys know. And I called up and said, one night, I go, I'm listening. And the very next day sitting in this very chair, I got on the horn and a similar call to this with James Watson and will steger, who are two of the brightest people literally that I've ever met in TV who are reinventing the will and the wheel in terms of the way golf was covered and we sat there. We talked about it. They answered all my questions and made me feel comfortable about something I knew nothing about. And including all of the questions that are continually raised throughout social media that I'm very comfortable where I stand on my moral ground. In that regard. And I said, okay,

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Russian soldiers enter Kherson homes, dig in for urban war

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russian soldiers enter Kherson homes, dig in for urban war

"Russian soldiers have entered homes in the key city of her son apparently digging in for urban warfare I Norman hall Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky has suggested the Russians are feigning a pullout from her son in order to allure the Ukrainian army into an entrenched battle zelensky called attempts to convince civilians to move deeper into Russian controlled territory theater Russian forces seize her son city soon after the invasion of Ukraine in late February A Ukrainian military analyst says Russian supply lines to her son have been cut off and resources including weapons and food are evaporating I Norman hall

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"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:16 min | Last month

"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"5G may not be available in your area. See ATT dot com slash 5G for you for details. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. We're back and certainly a great deal of conversation now into its second full day of this work week, but there are conversation remains what happened in Knoxville over the weekend, primarily on the Alabama side. Greg McIlroy has heard it all. Over these last couple of days and Greg good afternoon and just give us some words of wisdom from your perspective on what happened and what it all means. It's going to be fine, world is not coming to an end. We have seen teams struggle in the past. I only have to think back to last year in which they won by 7 against Arkansas at home, looked awful against a and M at times on the road and losing as a 17 point dog. How many other games do we have to point to last year in which they didn't look great? And yet they had the lead in the fourth quarter of the national championship game. Everything's going to be just fine. Last week's game, albeit disappointing. Does not mean anything for what can happen in the future. So I would trust Nick Saban to get these things addressed, but I will admit all it is concerning to see the team getting got by the same things that nearly got them in the weeks before. Penalties, lack of composure, inability to pass things off in the back end of the defense. There are a lot of things that are troubling for sure that need to get adjusted. You need to get addressed now. And if they don't get addressed, they'll lose to not just another team, but they could lose two more if they don't get things ironed out very quickly. But Greg, considering these things have not been corrected, I'm certainly sure they've been addressed. Since they have not been corrected since the Texas game, why are we to believe that the rest of the season will be any different? Because sometimes suffering the pain of disappointment is the only thing that gets people to change behavior, Paul. I think it's easy to go and sit there and harp on the players and I'm sure Nick Saban after the Texas game went in there and raised hell saying, hey man, we can't do this. We can't do that. We can't do this. And he was probably real ticked off at how the guys played. But the guys could ultimately look back at them and say, coach, we won. Like, I don't know what you're so upset about. We won. But when you fall short, and when you actually lose games, that's when starts to change behavior. And more often than not Paul, dating back to 2011, Alabama's 29 and one in the regular season following a loss. The only loss came in 2019 when Mac Jones and company went to auburn and lost in the iron bowl. That was the only loss. Every other game in the regular season, Alabama's once since 2011, including three national championships, including a national championship runner up. So more often than not, a loss has woken the team up and it's unfortunate that you have to suffer the pain of disappointment in order to change your behavior, but now I get the sense and I'm sure that coach probably finally has the team's attention and hopefully it does because I got news for you. LSU woke up this weekend. They're going to be a tricky game on the road. And I'll miss, of course, as we've talked about already, will be a difficult game as well. I mean, you have to bake it into the cake as poorly as Alabama played. They were a field goal away from winning. But that's Alabama though, Greg. And you know that better than anyone. So it's somewhat ridiculous to even ask questions like is there something going on? Maybe different today than in the past, but it's worth asking anyway to somebody who understands that program like you. Well, I don't think there's anything wrong in asking the question, Paul. I don't think anything's been below the belt. There are questions. I mean, it's reasonable. And it's partly because of Alabama's own excellence, right? Alabama is the victim of their own success in some ways, and that the standard that we hold them accountable to as media members as fans as past players, the standard that they're held to is not the standard of everybody else. I mean, Alabama, I actually came away. If I'm going to be completely honest, like as a fan of the crimson tide, I came away almost proud. The fact that they were down 28, ten, everything was working against him. It was looking really, really grim. They looked on that blaze. It looks uninspired. They look like they were tight. And yet they found a way to make a competitive to the point where they even had the lead with only a few minutes left to play. Yeah, the capitalized on Tennessee's mistake in order to get the lead, but either way, I mean, I was proud of the effort. Now, that thing could have gotten real sideways because I have seen Alabama teams get down like that, a la, the 2018 national championship against Clemson. I've seen how they have a teams like that, get down like that and quit. And that got ugly. The national championship game there in 2018. That wasn't the case. This past weekend, they played awful, Tennessee took advantage of their poor play, got a big lead, and then they did what they had to do to climb their way back in. They came up short in the end, but ultimately I'm sure they could probably look back at it and point to, hey, this was a mistake. This is a mistake. Clean this up. Maybe the outcome would be different. But either way, this is Tennessee's night. They deserve to win without question. I hate. Honestly, Paul, I hate how much of the attention and how much of the conversation is centered around Alabama because Tennessee ultimately deserves the praise. But that's kind of where we're at as you like to build up the dynasties and then you love the tear them down. I think that's the world that we're living in and it's no surprise that that's where we're at following a week in which Alabama played poorly. You said something that Sabin alluded to will Anderson alluded to that Alabama seemed tight. I know there are a lot of explanations and also realize you were in a stadium in Florida and not in the stadium in Knoxville. But can you give us a general understanding of why a team would come in a little anxious a little tight other than the fact that there are a 110,000 people there. I think that's honestly the fans and the crowd and the noise that I mean I've said this already and look, I wasn't there. I can't speak to what it was like relative to what Knoxville has been like in the past. I've played in Knoxville. I've been in Oxford as a fan. I've been in Oxford as a broadcaster. I think it's awesome. You know, I don't know if last week was better than any other way. I'm sure it was. I can't speak to that. But I get the sense that this team doesn't have a ton of confidence first and foremost. I get the sense that they are tight because they feel like they're playing as if they have something to lose. Like they were the number one team in the country and now there's only one direction to go. And that was in the preseason. There's only one direction to go from there. Hey, it was all about championship and they all talked about all off season. They just championship or failure. Bryce said it, will Anderson said it. That way, if that's the standard of which your season is determined to success or failure, man, that's a really, really tough standard. Even, I think other people that watch Alabama don't view it that way. I mean, you can have last year was a phenomenal year in my eyes. They didn't win the championship, still a phenomenal year, and if it's a pass fail grade, that's a passing grade to me. Maybe not by their standards, but I think they're tight because the expectation for what their play needs to be and what was supposed to be based on what we thought of them coming into the season is borderline unreasonable. It's borderline on a reachable. Every team is going to have peaks and valleys. Every team is going to be a bit of a work in progress. And there's going to be games where you have phenomenal play. There's going to be games which you have some standard play. This team, unfortunately, has had stub standard play on some of their biggest stages. And I think they were probably anxious about that, but look, man, it's hard to go on the road. It's hard to win. It's hard to win emphatically. So and you're going to get teams best shot and you better welcome that challenge. That's the beauty of it. That's why you sign up to play at Alabama because you want everyone's best. And I think that this team now might even feel a little bit sense of a relief because

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"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:26 min | Last month

"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Most anticipated knowledgeable guest of the week. As we have promoted this segment right here on the cue card, matched income, of course, a university of Alabama. Hang on. Yeah, there's a G in there. Mcelroy was a previous case. Of course. You did the a and M game the other day. So give us, we'll get to state in a second, but what's going on with a and M's offense? I think they are wondering the same question. What's going on with our offense? We going in last week, there's a big gap there, right? We're a nice Smith used to be. You can't just plug and play. And so even when talking to the coaches, it's so how are you going to fill that void? Significant boy in your passing attack. Well, we'll have guys step up. And we talked about this in the broadcast and people have taken exception to this. They're crazy young football team. An excuse is nothing, but it is a reason. And we got to keep in mind too that these are actually, there are kids out there that are playing this game and a lot of them are freshman true freshman sophomores. And when I look along the lines of scrimmage, whether it should be this way or not, is of no consequence. It is. These guys are freshmen and sophomores. And when you watch them, you're going, these guys look like freshmen and sophomores, especially along the defensive line where there's gaps that aren't filled and when they are filled like a run fit, for example, they just get bounced and where a veteran player would be able to anchor down or at the very least tie up the lineman. They just roll up and you're worried about knees getting blown out. They're playing like they're as young as they are. All that say on the offensive side of the ball, they don't protect very well. They have not run the football with any consistency. There have been flashes and Devon a chain remains one of the greatest threats offensively in this conference. It's just a matter of diversifying the offense enough to where you don't know he's getting the ball all the time. And in the first half versus Mississippi state, it wasn't like you could just predictively think that, but you could absolutely anticipate it and it would make sense. Try to get the ball to number 6 because the other guys have an emerged enough to work. Where else would you want to go with the football? And now they've got an issue at quarterback, max Johnson left that game. It's a mess in that I don't know what mainstays you have offensively that you could actually start saying okay. You did this well for this many weeks. Let's build out from there. Well, you had hangs king and then you had max Johnson and now you're back to Haynes king and you had a nice Smith and now you don't and now it's basically the eye of the storm is Devon a chain and maybe you start snapping it directly to him. I don't know because at this point I don't know what else what they're going to do. So you head to Alabama, we'll get to their offensive issues in a moment, but you know the Alabama defense. You've seen them. Yes, what happens on that side of the ball? A and M is going to have to work hard and maybe even pray that they are highly successful and first and second down. What they demonstrated versus Mississippi state was that they don't hold up in protection. The few times that they did, they actually did operate relatively well, especially in the passing game. Max Johnson actually delivered some footballs downfield when he had time. But then you think about the proposition that they will be faced with. And the Alabama defensive front and what I would think to be one of the most imposing from a personnel standpoint and scheme, frankly, in college football, you're hard pressed to find a better one. And I'm talking about with just their down lineman players. When we're talking, you've got Dallas Turner, brass will and will Anderson junior out there. I had to pause. I couldn't think of the kid's name. God, what is that guy's name? You have them out there on the field at the exact same time. This ain't in front has had a hard time deciphering their own protection much less winning the one on one battles. It's not a winning formula. Now you'll have a mobile quarterback in Haines king, so that might help you some. But this is a formidable scenario that they're facing offensively from Maggie perspective. We're getting a mixed bag of opinions on Georgia. The consensus, though, some people are a little concerned, but the consensus is don't worry about them. I want to know what your thoughts are. I would say that two performances in a row, that's cause for concern. There's times when you're going, that's anomalous. It's a non conference vote. We did the Kent State game. We're watching it. We're going, you know what? There was probably three touchdowns on that field that they dropped. Literally dropped. It probably changes things. You don't fit a wide receiver screen well, et cetera. But then you face Missouri on the road, and you put literally play to the extent where the crowd actually gets into it versus taking them out of it. And the run blocking, which I'm very, I'm very slow to judge in that regard, because I know for a fact, you can run the football well statistically and block poorly upfront. It can happen. Pop a couple of long runs, a quarterback scrambles, whatever. Somebody looks at the box score and said, oh my gosh, she rushed for 220 yards. Yeah, our quarterback was running for his life because we didn't protect, well, and we popped a couple of nice long runs. And next thing you know, the offensive line played well. The inverse is also true. You can run the ball poorly statistically and block your tail off front. I watched this game and they were sloppy. This was a sloppy performance up front. And by that, I mean, you could not point out a single performer or performance where you're saying, okay, this guy probably graded out as with a winning grade. Each guy kind of took their turn, but they took their turn multiple times. And they did it in ways where, so the good part and the bad part is, for Georgia, at least offensively in the run game and all the concerns around that. Is they would do it right on some snaps. So that's encouraging because now I know you can do it. What's concerning is then you would do it poorly on other snaps. And the question is, what changed? What changed? Do it just like you did this time and will be better. We might not be perfect, it really is. But for sure, don't do it this way. You don't be leaning over your toes. You know, don't put your hat on the wrong side when you're trying to reach a player and the guy just slips off and makes the play. I mean, there's nothing new under the sun, right? The blocking techniques are very similar to what they ever were before. And you clearly know them because you just did it four or 5 plays ago, so just do it again. And what they had the other night was a coordinated, an uncoordinated effort to somehow diffuse whatever momentum they could establish offensively. Stetson Bennett didn't play well the other day. He not only were his passes inaccurate, but also you could look and see and you're going, you're missing some reads. Part of that was because he was getting his head knocked off. So the game plan it looks like to me Paul was Missouri said, you know what? We'll just be aggressive. We're going to come after you, especially in the obvious passing downs. They got in the red zone and they're playing cover zero a couple of times and it's like, we'll take our chances. And it worked out. We'll get to you before you can make the right decision. They got a guy. Kirsch Jackson standing wide open right over the football for a touchdown, but stetson Benson pops so many times and he's got pressure from both edges that he ends up throwing the ball to, I think it was Dylan bell and got a PI, but it's a touchdown if you go somewhere else, but by then he's been popped so many times.

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"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:49 min | 2 months ago

"analyst" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Is live today, the AP poll came out because of the labor day holiday. There was a little bit of change Georgia moving up from number three to the number two position, some other entrance in there. Michigan moved up a little bit. A and M, hanging tough, how about Florida? They went from nowhere to the top 12 in no time. Arkansas looking strong, Kentucky, all this in Tennessee finally made it in. They should have been in their preseason. And we welcome Greg McIlroy to the program great to have Greg Greg was on the call with Joe tessitore on Sunday Night and the question I have for you, Greg. It's probably the most important question. Is what was louder the reaction of the Florida state fans or Joe Tess's screaming. It's blocked. Blah. Blah. Blah. No, or the bruise I have on my arm, Paul, him punching me like this. I mean, if a big play happens in special teams, like special teams doesn't even exist in my world, but it's Tessa's Super Bowl. Anytime you have that, he loves it. So it was insane. Just the entire game was absolutely insane. I mean, he is a friend. He's your colleague and good friend, but I do think people can quibble about their favorite broadcasters, but in a big moment. I mean, there's nobody like Joe Tessa tour. I love him. You know, I mean, I've been really lucky to work with a lot of great play with play guys. Dave pash is one of my best Friends in the world. But Joe is too. You know what I mean? It's like, when he punches it, he goes. I mean, he can punch it. That's for sure. And he rubs his engine, man. He's got the pipes. I mean, he likes to talk about how he's got, you know, he's unbelievable. He says he can sing, you know, he says he can do all this stuff. I don't know if I believe it, but it's kind of sounds like it, like, his voice goes places where most people's voices just can't go. So I'm curious because in those big moments, I mean, you probably not really expecting that big of a moment. It's an extra point. So you're watching and you're thinking, okay, I mean, I'm sure I don't know. You tell me what you're thinking about, but what is it like when that happens and you know whatever is happening there is going to be replayed on every show the next morning. Well, I've always tried to have great restraint in that moment. Because it's not really, to be honest with you, Tess's reaction was great, but for the color guy, particularly like, you're not supposed to interject. It's supposed to be about the players and the reaction. And that's really the time. And that's what's so amazing about our truck and our whole crew. Like our crews phenomenal. Our audio guy, Andy's amazing, our director, Jeff Evers. Is incredible as well. And he's just cutting shots all over the place of unless you fans doing surrender cobra and FSG fans losing their minds. So like that's really more about the atmosphere that moment than it is anything else. But yeah, you just have to show restraint. And if you want to jump in, don't. If you think it's time to go, wait 30 more seconds and then jump in. Because that's a moment that should be captured and should feel raw as opposed to being covered up by the play by play in the color guy. How long was it from the moment the kick was blocked to the fact that you actually saying something? I didn't go back and time it, but it was probably, it might have been close to a minute. I mean, test was looking and we were trying to figure out who blocked it. That was the first thing. The spotter and we're looking at replays just like everybody else at home, trying to figure out who blocked it, what replays are good as they're capturing everything else. We're looking at our monitors up there like, all right, who got it? All right, number 38 got it perfect. Well, number 12 looks like he got a piece of it too. All right, so you're kind of going around. It was shaheen Brown floor state who had ultimately was credited with the block. But it was I mean, it was probably about a minute. But we're doing other things talking to the truck and stuff. There's a lot going on. I want you to call a game with us sometime, Paul. Would you do that? Like, come call a game with us. Yeah, and just I don't know what else to be the third analyst in the booth. I mean, I would just be cracking jokes because I would have no idea what truly going on. It would be, I think you would enjoy it though. I wish everyone could see what all is going on during a game in the broadcast booth. It's insane. It's like a 5 alarm fire all the time. And if we don't let it come out on the air that we did our job. But it is just pure chaos. I love it. I imagine it's a little bit like being an offensive coordinator and calling a game. Like where it's just nonstop, just bells and whistles going on all over the place. You just gotta focus on the task at hand. Talking to Greg mcelroy, so let's get you a takeaway on LA. There's so many things to consume there, but where do they go from here? I mean, it was kind of alarming. I don't really know how it's to describe it. I mean, I have a tremendous amount of respect for Brian Kelly. I have a tremendous amount of respect for this coaching staff. They are not a coaching staff that passes over the details. Like every single thing that they do is organized and thorough and the preparation that they have going into a game is pretty dang impressive. It really is. I've been around a lot of programs. And Brian Kelly runs a sharp program, very, very sharp. To see the amount of errors that were made, it was almost like they kind of built upon each other. And usually, you know, mistakes happen in the first game, but you don't have four game changing mistakes. That was alarming. And, you know, they're very correctable. I mean, all you got to do is catch a punt, right? That's two mistakes right there. They're protection, true freshmen at the end and field goal protection, extra point protection. He goes outside and the guy comes right inside. They're very fixable mistakes. So I'm not that concerned about those things, but to have that many on that big of a stage is something that would be a little bit concerning if I were Brian Kelly moving forward. Talking to Greg mcelroy, Greg, let me shift to this week and the big one in the country, of course, just Texas hosting Alabama. You know, Alabama, you're from Texas. It's a big game, and most people don't think it will be really worth watching. How does Texas make this interesting? Well, I think I agree. I think if we're going based off of personnel, if we're going based off of program culture, Texas has a remarkably big, big hill to climb.

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"analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:14 min | 5 months ago

"analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Analysts in more than 120 countries, this is Bloomberg, Yusef. Thanks, Jules. We've got a red headline from India on the fiscal front. On 30 minutes ago, they raised the import tax for gold and now another adjustment in terms of the taxes on exports of gasoline diesel, jet fuel as well, and basically what we're looking at here is a country that is battling both the budget deficit and a lower piece of clearly the government taking some action to try and offset some of the pain. That's give you a bit of a snapshot of what else is coming up on this program. We're going to hear from the national People's Congress Hong Kong that we that's Michael teen as the city celebrates 25 years of Chinese rule. We'll also discuss markets with rapid bob mcnally. Plus get analysis on regional markets with Credit Suisse's 5 iqbal. But up next, stocks and bonds just closed out the worst first half in history. We're next. Menus menu life's suturing gives us her direction. This is Bloomberg. The composer Joseph Haydn famously said, I listened more than I studied. It sounds like a law school hypothetical. Here in Bloomberg, it's the same thing. Do you maintain that low rate regime? Can you see our two years? How do you build a strategy with that eventuality in mind? Experts, information, news. The push sets up a potential fight. What do we know about how it will go public? Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. The only way to start the morning is with optimism. The Dodge recovery was sluggish. A lot of people agree on that. Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene, Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich. Finally, we got some abramowitz gloom to get in there. The ultimate south signal might be at least a capitulate. Bloomberg surveillance. Must watch. Lisa, your data point, go. Tom, you're great. Never change. Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television. There are a lot of ways to look at the world right now. Interesting that you've got an overweight on Hong Kong. And the more of them you can access, the better. What has to be his strategy? Perspective. Who's doing school best? Clarity. How do we get it so that the benefits get to everybody? Expertise. He seems to have exactly the right combination. It's character plus policy. Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Economics. All this doom and gloom was out there finance. Do you see this as a technical correction investment? What are you looking at to give you some sort of compass through this period? The Bloomberg surveillance podcast. Lots and lots of talk about what the fed should and shouldn't do. Jonathan farrow, Lisa Ramos, and the names that shaped the world's markets. And speak with professor schiller of Yale University. Bloomberg surveillance. Listen today at Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app or subscribe on Apple podcasts. Inflation is a bigger risk

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"analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"analyst" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Analysts to more than a 120 countries I'm Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg This be I haven't really woken up Until I've had my McDonald's breakfast deal and I know this is true because before breakfast I put my phone in the refrigerator and couldn't find the keys that were already in my hand Nothing gets the morning going like the first sip of an iced coffee Get any size in any flavor for 99 cents until 11 a.m. Price and participation may vary McDonald's I'm loving it Since your Bloomberg real estate report I'm Denise Pellegrini the black homeownership rate continues to leg Nicole buchel is economist with Zillow The most recent data from the end of 2021 is at 44% to 44% of black households are homeowners The peak in the series is in 2004 at 49.7% And that compares with the white homeownership rate of somewhere between 60 and 70% depending on the state Down payment programs and changes in credit reporting could help increase the black homeownership rate going forward Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac both have started to allow rental payments and utility payments to count towards credit scoring But that would really help people who don't necessarily have either a history of credit or don't have great credit history to allow them to use other payments or party making and bushel also says values on black owned homes are appreciating at a faster rate right now than home values of all other races combined And that super Bloomberg real estate report I'm Denis Pellegrini Burden LLP accountants and advisers presents industry chat with Jack poverty partner and leader of burden's hospitality practice the impact the pandemic has had on the hospitality industry is.

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"analyst" Discussed on podnews

podnews

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"analyst" Discussed on podnews

"The latest from our daily newsletter at pod news. Donate a client. Note richard kramer. An analyst from a research has criticized spotify taking shows exclusive reduces their reach an attractiveness to advertise. He notes adding that few titles popular enough to bringing new subscribers to offset the loss of ad revenue from greater reach creators. also face risks in other areas like events ticket sales merchandising or books. brunei brown's book sales apparently drops after she became a spotify exclusive. After focusing on financials he concludes we think. Spotify needs new management and a new approach and recommends his customers sell the stock the australian podcast rancor will report on audience reach and download figures by podcast. Title the rancor compiled by and digital. We'll add these numbers. After ad by request. The ranko now be an order of total audience aligning with tyson digital reports in other countries and with poltrak in the us. Spotify has launched sound up latine x. Part of spotify global program to give underrepresented podcasters the tools to boost their platforms and build their shows. It's the first program focused at the latin x community. Blueberry half released a brand new user dashboard overhauled for easier content creation and episode promotion told corcoran says it's been focused towards seamless management and publishing speaker submissions. Now open for pod fest origins. If you'll be in tampa all you'd like to be a virtual events speaker remote recording tool riverside dot. fm is now o. C. to type two compliance. Hey it's a test of securely managing client data and privacy. Audrey has added a game vacation aspect to their platform allowing users to collect achievements and landau media has added twenty one thousand german speaking podcasts to its media monitoring service and poll cost us. Lebanon media has launched his first italian language. Podcast in jiro. Con fry is created by. Francesca lazarus. Who's the wife of jeremiah. From the luminaires. After decade touring and raising. Their family fraud talks to diverse italians. Who have incredible stories. Cliff ravens craft one of the podcasting. Og relaunched podcast. Answer man to share evergreen insights on the topic of podcasting. It's a show that originally started in december two thousand six with darkness. A hit podcast about the paranormal and unsolved. Mysteries is to make the leap to. Us radio starting this weekend. Hustle is back for season eight beginning with an oral history of activists. George jackson's death in san quentin state prison in one thousand nine hundred seventy one. Nine news lunch is a new daily podcast for australian audiences italy's resources from the company's radio stations in sydney melbourne. Brisbane and perth. Cnn's chasing life with dr sanjay. Gupta is back for season. Two the first episode is about the fight against pediatric cancer and cnn's total recall. California's political circus is news today. Focusing on the two thousand and three california election led to ons fortunate. Are being elected. governor career. Crossroads is a year old host. Jonathan collison said that the podcast has been heard by listeners from seventy two countries and nine hundred forty cities around the world. I'm on that somewhere and who could forget. Eighties hits like rain or shine or system at anyone. Well happily the world of five star which has posted a teaser. Today's actually a podcast about five star basketball six parks narrative podcast about the legendary basketball camp. It's outspoken founder and its role incubating basketball's talents and that's the latest ramon useless for all the links where pug news on that..

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"analyst" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"analyst" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Auto sonya lee and of them all the residual mike pitts off and then towards the end of the me like as i started to call more races and i started to get feedback on how i was doing like train paul. They'd like. Give me the a c when i was going great. Don't get me around there. And they were there a lot longer to students take so long right so they were there a lot longer. But no i mean i was just as that as eugene but it was pretty close like my clothes were drenched. Every night is like so disgusting. So how are you feeling going into the games in comparison to going into the trials like i said that was the last time that we heard from you. How are you feeling confidence. Wise where you feel pretty like dude. I just crush this. Everyone on the planet agreed that i crush this. I'm on top of the world. How are you feeling. I was definitely feeling better. You know i had heard from some of the executive producers nbc. That i had done a good job in. So i felt much more confident. But i gotta say that that first night that men's ten thousand it's just a different ballgame with all the international athletes than i really wanna pronounce names. Right for instance. The men's ten thousand. Like i thought it was the guy. I thought it was joshua chapter. Guy thought that for three years right before we go on their. They're like it's gay. And i'm like why and so i'm calling the rates and i call him chats chapter guy and the next thing. I know people from all over the booth are dropping cards in front of me. That's hfc gay in all cats. I'm serious like david. Monte drops on amelia kosta draft. Someone comes down from up above where the cameras are drops. One run So that first night. I was super nervous and even like the production team was like you were faulty at first and then you warmed into it so i think like i still got really nervous and i was like. I'm nothing southbound. I don't know their names. And i suck but like as the mute went on and then got more in a rhythm and then i got the call more races so was interesting one race day. Got call a couple races then. I started to feel more like okay. Yeah i know what i'm doing. You know. I know this. I know this so it got better. So get you. After the trials you said you heard from some of the executives. Do they like sit. You down and give you feedback and critiques. I just think about. You're talking about your audition and then giving you very specific feedback We don't say it's our team we say it's the us team that stands out to me so much but was there anything like that. Any like formal review process where they give you feedback or was it just like carry. You did great. Keep it up. It was more like you're doing good and like you got to sell it like like one of the molly. Solomon who is the exact cheaper dec- entirely. She's like make make me put it on air. You know like make it so that it's so exciting that like we have got to put it on. And so i did feel a little pressure there and i remember calling adamant and use like he's like you can do it make them care you know. And so after that ten k. I did hear from her jews. Like you're not a rookie anymore. You're an official olympic analysts. You know but. I was like i need to do better. I need because it was in. Plus i was like you knew stephen. I'm you know so that was one of my goals was to just like glenn. The audience feel what i'm feeling and try to get into primetime. So are there any examples that come to mind of how you put that into practice. Is that just like i mean. I think we're going to talk a lot about the marathon because we did get to hear you live on that one. Is that just letting your emotions come through and your excitement come through and i say the marathon because you you know i was on the verge of tears and then it sounded like you might be on the rover. Is that how you interpreted of just letting personality and excitement come through. What did you do with that feedback yet. Like nobody lean back. You know like if something is exciting me. Don't try to explain it. You know just like let it let it out let it come out. And that's kind of what i tried to do. And you know i. I worked with the best people. The best production team. The best people in the booth like auto and sonya and lee had my back all the time. Hardy impulsive grab trae. Hardy was like my biggest fan like every time. I call her as he'd like find some line that i said and then he quoted back to me until i called the next race. You know like so more just like just sort of like an stop. Second guessing myself in being self conscious. You know like if who cares if i shout. I mean like they'll fire me if it's really that bad they'll just fire me and send me home. It's no big deal. I'd rather be too excited than sound doll. You know and so it was really just like letting go and just being like okay. Like i'm watching the best athletes in the world. Like i've been obsessed with the olympics since i was a kid i mean. Let's do this. You know when. I think back to when i feel like this was such common. Such a common response was during the trial. That abby cooper prelims around when you had the realization of she's going for the olympic qualifier. Like your excitement i. That's what i think if you selling it because that got all of us like out of our seats and so it's really cool to hear that they want more of that because as a fan and as someone who was watching at home yet you had me crying you had me out on my feet without the commentary. I wouldn't have known. I wouldn't have realized that stuff on my own so i think that's really cool. Yeah like you know beth. He's always saying make me care. My aunt is sitting in the mid west. Why would she care you know. Let her know through the excitement that this matters not something that auto would always remind me like if you see something that's exciting to you. Let the audience know. Because then they're going to be like oh. This is something important that's happening. You know so. I want to hear a little bit more about the studying and the prep this time around. I can't believe i was imagining that. You would be on the plane to tokyo with a massive binder with fields and fun facts about these athletes and stats and just studying on the plane ride. I'm shocked to hear that. You didn't have that until like a day or sometimes names hours before i want to hear a little bit about your studying process. I have to imagine that studying for the trials was easier because you're so familiar with many of the athletes in the us. And now you're it's a these massive international fields at the olympic. So can you kind of walk through your studying method or routine and i want to hear what the challenges were. What was easy. Tell us all about the studying. Yes so we got An nbc puerto like before we left where they had like people to watch and so i had printed all that out for all the events. I was calling. Although the marathon wasn't in there was fifteen through ten k. And so that gave me like a good grasp on about eight athletes per field but a lot of them didn't end up qualifying And then i was just waiting for start list and so on the way over. I started googling diamond league results. And then googling their names and just trying to and i watched the last league before the olympics and then ruled everyone that rates there and so trying to me like i like generally know the people but you know you're getting people who these are huge fields right away from everywhere and so i was a little stressed out. 'cause i like do really prepare headed time. And so the way that they do it. 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"analyst" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"analyst" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Today's conversation with cara gaucho last month cara was here to tell us what it was like being a part of the nbc broadcast team during the us. Track and field trials at hayward field in eugene oregon and that conversation was so fine and so well received that we just had to do it again. Because this time. Kara is fresh off the two week trip to tokyo where she was again. Part of the nbc broadcast team. But this time it was at the olympics. Farah of course is no stranger to the olympics. She's competed there as a professional athlete twice before but this time around for tokyo twenty twenty cara had a new view of all the action because this time around she was there as an nbc olympics. Distance analyst calling the men's and women's races from the fifteen hundred meters up to the marathon on this episode. Cara talks about how this experience compared to the trials about what her studying process was like. Which wow sounds very intense and about how she worked on pronouncing every name correctly she also shares the one thing she said on air that kept her at night. Kerr talks about getting choked up as molly seidl was coming in for the bronze in the marathon in about why she could not let herself cry on air. Even though we were all crying on our couches at home anti talks about what it was like watching emma coburn one of her closest friends cover really tough race out there but having to keep it together because while she was on air. This conversation is filled with interesting insights and fun stories. And i just know you're gonna love it so please join me in welcoming cowher back to the alley on the run show for the fifth time. All right cara. Gouge is back a fresh off the broadcast at the olympics. Cara thank you so much for coming back. I'm so excited we get to do this again. Welcome back to the alley on the run show base. I noticed this our thing like you know it'd be great sometime. We actually just like hung out together. Yeah in person. I think actress like twenty twelve or something at mile love. I like wow like. I really liked. Were we always best conversations like like that record but also before mike we should just like hang out but yeah someday we'll be able to do that. It would be great if this pen could fully end and we could just like come out to colorado because any has not been on plane yet. I was so that mom that was like we're going to travel with her like when she's young and so it'll be easy because she'll be well traveled. She has been nowhere so you know eventually. Yeah i mean some things are out of your control at this. Yeah or if anyone has a private jet they would like to lend us. I would not saints doing out there. We'll see what comes of that. We have a lot to cover today. I'm really excited to get to hear about what it was like. Being in tokyo and calling so many of those races but before we get into it. You have a new intro this time because you have a new title this time around. So can you remind everyone who you are where you call home and what you do. Oh my gosh new title. Well my name is character. I wasn't elite athlete. Now i just run for fine. I'm a mom a wife mother to four animals. Because i'm crazy and i work with alan ultra but now i also am. Distance analyst for nbc. Can you explain that role and what fell under that umbrella for the olympics. Yes so basically. All of the distance races. Oh fifteen hundred up. I'm the color commentator. So leafy is the play by play for everything so a lot of people. Ask me about this when i got home to like. He brings us into every race. He takes us out of every race and he also calls the last one hundred fifty meters of every race and so there was a lot of people that were like. Why did you. Why did you always let like. He always interrupt you. I'm like he never interrupted me. Sometimes i over set my boundaries. Because i i remember the men's five thousand. I noticed that moahmed looked really good with one hundred to go. And i just shouted it out which i'm not supposed to do So basically about everything. In between i'm mike adding commentary of like why the moves are happening who these people are background on the athletes and how they like to raise them. Just how the racist unfolding. Which job do you think is harder. Because i think they both sound incredibly challenging But for you is. Are you finding that that is your sweet spot doing color commentary or do you like the play by play stuff. No no no. No i am very some of my coworkers like they have dreams of moving up or doing that. I have zero dreams of doing that. I think if i did this again i am definitely my sweet spot. I i actually love working with lee. I think he's a really good play by play. I liked it. I liked that he says so such lead and then i get to say why they took the lead. I am super happy and comfortable in my little role that i have. And it's my understanding. I believe you shared at one point in terms of this specific role with the olympics that you had said i wanna be away from my family for as little time as possible. So can you sort of explain what that looked like him. What that meant for your role. Yeah originally supposed to be in japan for three weeks. And i was like. I can't do that. I have already missed two weeks of my son's summer. And so i got it down to two weeks. So essentially i was the last person from nbc to arrive in tokyo on the track and field production side. And i arrived tuesday night and then wednesday thursday. We had rehearsal and then friday at started. Typically i would have gotten there earlier. I would have toured the venue I would shout more ideas of what. I wanted to talk louder. If there's like a special story. I wanted to tell and instead it really fell on me to communicate that via email before i got there and then of course i i got my notes later because you're not you get them onsite and you know. Sometimes i would get him on a day ahead of time but like the women's marathon. I got like late. Friday night in ahead of six. Am start so. I did feel like playing catch up a little bit but for me it worked out because i just was really homesick those first two days and then once the racist started you know we had morning sessions and evening sessions in inbetween. I was studying and once that started. It really went by fast and so for me was the best possible scenario to just get there. Forty eight hours ahead of time. Basically you're like to navigate ahead of time and then but yet everyone else was already there and there was a fourteen day south quarantine so once you hit fourteen days. If you tested negative you could go out. And like go to a restaurant or gopher ryan and so i i never you know made by fourteen day quarantine Where my co workers did. But i felt like that was. It was worth it to me to stay home longer. And did you know going into it. What exactly your role would be in terms of when you would be airing. I feel like this was the most common question. Okay so explain not of it. Because i think common confusion amongst everyone. We're all switching between like peacock and nbc gold and olympics. Finding all the places to watch and then every time without feel why am i here keurig alger during prime time. Can you explain that a little bit. Yes so i was also very confused. Everyone i thought it'd be calling every single distance race in that it would live somewhere right like if it wasn't i knew that there was a crew out of stanford that was calling for cable and i knew that was tim. Hutchinson.

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"analyst" Discussed on Getting Into Infosec

Getting Into Infosec

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"analyst" Discussed on Getting Into Infosec

"Welcome to get into infosec. I'm your host amy. Also my guess. Today's john gates jeff lead. It security operations analysts that global food manufacturing corporation for his team is responsible for thirty five thousand devices worldwide. The biggest challenge is making the business are making the educational institution. Understand why they need what you're presenting before this. He's spent sixteen years as manager of information systems in a high school employing the passion for infosec he acquired in years prior working for a consulting firm operating in the financial sector. However john's career started as a mechanic at a car repair shop. I was doing all the computer work in the automotive shop. Doing the updates and things like that and against it just one day. I thought i might probably make a lab more money. you know. i'm a lot more interested in not having my hands very every single day. We talked to a crucial traits in education. You could obtain if you want to work in infosec. And how his previous job in education equipped him with skills us today. John also shared his job interview tips and the war story where he save. Thousands of computers at his company from dangerous worm was new policy back then the way. I was sneaker land on about four. Four levels informed floors worth of machines as always. If you'd like to show these for their time and let others know about the show they might thank you for a right onto the show. Hey john welcome to the show. Hey glad to be here. Thanks for having me your absolutely thanks for coming on so maybe you could tell us a little about yourself and what you do today insecurity self. His i lived in your bill. I'm a father of seven but that's a whole nother podcast. I guess yeah. All girls in one boy So right now. I'm currently lead. It security operations analysts in the global threat management team for a fortune. Five hundred sued manufacturing have been in that job a little over a year and a half now. Okay and what's the life lake in your daily role. Yeah i was gonna say. I came from the education. K twelve background so the corporate cubicle thousand people in the building was quite an adjustment for me coming from an environment that i had full access to everything pretty much. It takes like multiple meetings and stuff just to get basic access on things so while it's restricted. It's still quite challenging responsible for about thirty five thousand devices so it's a very large devices worldwide. I'm assuming correct. Yeah that's firewalls load balancing devices and things of that nature and so you're dealing with more on the threat prevention side or you responding to threats he. I kind of fit both rule so idea what threat response as well. But i do deal with deed detection and mitigation as well. Am i say so. I kind of move around. I have a unique skill. Sad having come from k. twelve security in the main reason why. I actually changed jobs. I work sixteen years for a high school in roselle illinois in ended up doing more security based off because of my role as a programmer in building credit card processing systems. Midnight always been security driven. And i guess to take a step back from that before the school i worked back ninety nine two thousand for a consulting company or a basically did a lot of work around the the financial sector abyan annual chicago or to a trade in. That's really where my interest in security itself really came out. It was exciting to go to a location in have to go through man traps you know and retinal scans even get access to security areas. So i did have a security background before. It was sexy so to speak securities. More on the forefront. Now i wish you would've been more that way in the past like to bring up the story and talk about a war story. Well it's kind of so i was working for. I'm the tech corporation. I don't know if you remember that company. They were computer manufacturer offer professional services. Okay and i happened to be on a secondment with them in doing work at navistar corporation. Okay around may fifth in me six. That's the time that the. I love you virus number that one strong new dangers tonight from the love bug computer virus. This is far from childhood frank anymore. Experts say that the i love you virus could end up costing the world economy ten billion dollars in lost work time and i actually saved that company about fifteen million dollars because i was able to read the code in the script in build a registry. Fix that would work on n. Four machines nights at the time okay and servers in was able to toward a disaster like that. So i mean it's twenty years ago and yes. I'm an older guy so probably date myself without one but what was the registry fix like. What was it that you did and then. What prevented is basically prevented the spread. I'm assuming so you found out how the virus was spreading and you wrote a registry fix to prevent the additional spread is right yes to prevent the discovery invest in b shares in. Probably i'll send you an actual amount of occasion will probably be easier than trying to talk about it so that you can post it with this to tell you what i did. Actually mitigate upgrade it prevented the shares from being propagated is as the longer shorter that. Okay great and you roll that out through group policy. I guess at the time. No there was no policy back then. The way i did. It was sneaker lay on about four four levels in four floors machines. Wow okay cool. Yeah fortunately not too. Many people were clicking email. If you know what. I'm saying so. It was easier back then. So you always in a tech job so i grew up in a family where we didn't really have a lot of in you. Learn to fix things right or they were broken and you just didn't have them. The reason i mentioned that. Is i think that everybody that gets into infosec or hacking or anything like that really needs dogar. Stand how things work so. I actually came from a mechanical background auto mechanic. My first job was in nineteen ninety. Nine where i went like. I said for computer consulting where i was going basically to cbo and avian amro you know in the financial district. Okay so yeah. I did quite a bit of time. But it's good. Because i knew of foundationally on how things worked i did go and take networking classes and things like that. I think that's also important to understand how the computer works. Overall is another core skill. You really need to have a solid base before you can go to hire understanding on the security stack in how that plays into everything. So how did you transition from the mechanical side to computers. Were you always into computers. Did you have a computer at home. Oh yeah okay. Yeah from the time. I was like twelve or thirteen years old. I had computers around all the time. The commodore sixty four. You remember but i actually had the first one before that which was a victim. Okay kind of laugh about it. When i think about it now but no i was always around computers and i think i was doing all the computer work in the automotive shop. You know doing the updates and things like that now. Okay in a guest it just one day. I thought i might probably make a lot more money. You know. And i'm a lot more interested in not having my hands dirty every single day and things like that. And that's when. I decided to go back and i went to school for networking specific that was about an.

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"analyst" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast

The PR Playbook Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"analyst" Discussed on The PR Playbook Podcast

"They wanna help you. They also wanna help their enterprise owners. They're also looking for like the next big thing so discovering those companies is usually not the easiest thing. There's hundreds and hundreds of startups all time so submitting vendor breaking. Her quest is the best way to go. You're going to get an answer no matter what it's not like the abyss of meteorology actions you submit a request and there's a formal process ticketing process and Basically you'll introduce yourself your company. You'll wanna kinda create a really good company description. They'll probably ask you what you want this briefing to be about and they will ask you if you have analyst in mind to brief if you do you're much more likely to get the briefings secured and maybe all the analysts will participate. But that way they don't have to search for the analysts that they think fit into your kind of scope you already searched for those analysts and you've done a lot of the work for them and it's probably likely that you re like you found the right ones if you're doing the research crackly so it's a really good place to make sure exactly who you can target end to score that briefing so go into it with specific analysts you want a brief in and get ready to wow them with milestones information. Anything that you have that will impress them and like basically solidify your position of the space. So now you've submitted your vendor briefing request and you have analyst briefing set up. what do you do next. What do you expect during the briefing. Go into the briefing to be ready to back. Your claims big analyst firms gartner are positioned to poke holes in your story and challenger position. So i've seen this done live if you're going into a conversation to talk about how your technology integrates. Ai be very ready to be so specific on how artificial intelligence is used in your technology. They will break down your story as much as they can to make sure that there's no holes in it because their job is to find the truth you know quote unquote so when going into a big analyst briefing. It's almost even like going into an investor meeting with more technical prowess these guys have technical knowledge and they talk to companies time so go in there prepared going there with a deck a presentation development. Your claims never going to analyst breathing without a deck you must have some kind of visual representation of what you're talking about your market understanding your market. Whoever does the presentation needs to know your company in an out. And it's best if an executive does it to like a cto on someone of the sea level because you really want to impress the analysts you wanna give them the full understanding of why your company should be considered with the best of the best especially in reports like magic quadrant. Where the wave. Or i think gartner has cool vendors so just as much as you want to wow them. You probably won't get enough time to show them demo. These meetings are only thirty minutes so introductory briefings are thirty minutes. It kind of gives them a gauge of whether they wanna talk to you anymore whether they wanna do a demo whether they wanna follow wild whether they're writing a report so there's a lot of different caveats to this analyst briefing so.

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"analyst" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"analyst" Discussed on WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- JOIN US!

"You're listening to work at mommy. Where goes for all women to be the best versions of themselves and if you happen to be a mom beat as mom ever emmy tenure sanity while we do with so today. We're going to have an interesting conversation. We're going to talk about something. That is a little bit different than we normally talk about and that is behavior. Have you ever heard of a behavioral analyst Maybe you have. Maybe you have it. But i really wanted to explore this topic today because i feel that it's something that can be really key For a lot of women as far as they are success with their businesses and we have a lot of women entrepreneurs who listened to the podcast but also for your own personal growth and your personal development as well so we have jessica in from the blind behavior analyst. That's our business. Hi jessica thank you so much more. You know doing this. You know i. I actually found out about you on instagram. And i was just searching through things you know just looking up cow all kinds of crazy stuff that i look up and i came upon your page and there was something that i absolutely loved that you shared on your page. Oh yes i actually stumbled upon that video on your instagram. And there was a couple of things that you said in that video that just really resonated with me and the video was on feedback and you basically say that feedback is everywhere and ask the question. Are we open to feedback. How do we respond to it and you know do we say thank you and all of those things kind of facts are into behavior so what was kind of the reasoning behind that video. Sure yeah well. I think that Whether you're in this field of behavior analysis or not We're always kind of getting feedback from our environment. The people that were with right so We have an interaction with someone and it goes well or it doesn't go well right or we inform attack at work and he goes well or doesn't go well right. Whether it's people are telling us we did a great job or who you could have improved on that or just kind of the result of what happens after right so back and when we look at lead back in this broad sense It's such a gift right so we can learn. From every single interaction we have we can learn from every single opportunity or experience And being thankful for that feedback. Even if it's tougher stuff right sometimes will people give some fbi back You know that might not be awesome to hear but they took that nine..

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"analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"analyst" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One of the other questions that has come up is whether the 2.5 billion from the federal government is enough to cover the rent. That is owed. Can you talk about what the estimates are here? So I think it's really difficulty to say whether it will be enough. You know, the legislative analyst of the State of California came out with some numbers that I think many of us thought were surprisingly low. In terms of the amount of, you know, background do, And I think it was something like I don't have the exact number, but I think it was something like, you know, $480 million something compared to the 2.5 billion. That is being allocated s o, You know, you know our estimates would be closer to the you know, over a million people who need assistance. So it's really hard to say whether this will be enough. I would say it is the pot that we have to work with. And I think the Structure of the state up plan is a good one thing. The 80% of, you know, paying a background and then you are eligible. That tenant is eligible for several months. Morva a mint forward. I think the other question is Will people be in a position of, you know, then paying their rent You know, in in July of this year will Will the economy be back on track?.

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"analyst" Discussed on Side Hustle School

Side Hustle School

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"analyst" Discussed on Side Hustle School

"Today's story and expert uses her knowledge to create resources that help parents teachers and professionals improved behavior in children with autism. So i worked on story. I was really impressed by all the things this expert and also her twin sister who helped out a bit did grow her business show. I'm going to tell you about them. Of course but i also realized that a long list of actions can sound overwhelming. First of all welcome to us. We'll school my name is chris. Fellow i'm your host the privilege of making the show for you every single day. I'm thank you so much for being part of it and the day before yesterday. I mentioned that. What i'm trying to do here is get you thinking thinking about ideas as well as help you acquire a mindset the mindset really is critical mindset and taking action those are probably the two most critical things so when i mentioned this list of actions. I was thinking about that. I was like you know variations of this topic or this question. They come up a lot. I hear these questions all the time. Do i have to do social media. do i need to learn about seo. I'm not good on video. Should i just get over it and get on youtube. What do i need to do about advertising and so on and so forth and a lot of those questions are why each week. I'm answering three or four those questions and trying to give you some real specifics. That people actually know what to do and at the same time. I know there's this lingering concern in the background about well. I don't want to be overwhelmed like do i have to do all this stuff so as i said. I'm going to tell you what this person did in the story. Because that's the best way we're gonna learn through stories and examples. But i never want you to think that you have to go out there and try to do everything in fact you're going to be much more successful by figuring out what the right things are just doing those few things anyway. We'll talk about that some more but the story is coming up. Behavior analyst creates online resources for parents and teachers of children with autism. Stay tuned big thanks to our longtime sponsorship station bringing you this episode and so many others completely free if you sell stuff online you know how busy twenty twenty wise. Everyone and their dog was shopping online. Also some cats well get ready for twenty one going to be even bigger and that's why online sellers like you need ship station. No matter where you're selling amazon oetzi. Your own website ship station can make everything just so much easier. Get twenty twenty one off to a great start by visiting ship. Station dot com. Just use our opera code hustle to get a sixty day free trial. That's two months. Free of no hassle stress. Free shipping just gonna shift station dot com. Click the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in the ship station. Dot com enter. Offer code hustle. Ship station make ship happen. Amelia bellefonds found her calling seventeen years ago while she was teaching with head. Start a program that provides early childhood education to low income children and families. She worked with all kinds of kids over the years but one in particular stood out. He was a four year old boy with frequent tantrums and very little verbal communication. Amelia and our fellow teacher wanted to help him so they began researching his behavior and discovered that he might be autistic wanting to learn more. Amelia began studying applied behavior analysis. A scientific approach that can be used to reduce challenging behavior and teach new skills and children with autism. Amelia liked aba strategies because they're easy for non-professionals to learn and can have lasting benefits for the child if they're used consistently not too long after. She started her research. She ended up switching jobs. She wanted to understand more so she decided pursue a master's degree and become a board certified behavior analyst again specializing in working with children with autism. And this is what brings us to the side hustle part of the story. Amelia started a blog called accessible. Aba dot com hoping to share insights to help parents understand more about the field and their child soon. Afterwards around christmas two thousand eighteen. Her twin sister. Diana came for a visit. Diana enjoyed writing so she offered to write some post. The goal of the blog was simply to share information with both sisters working away. They started posting one or two times a week as they built momentum. They increased to two to three times a week. After six months they were posting almost every day looking back. Amelia says she would have started posting daily to the blog right from the beginning. But it's always better to pick up the pace as you go along than lose momentum by slowing down. They started out blogging just for parents but eventually expanded to have a separate log for each of their target audiences parents teachers and professionals altogether these blogs get over forty thousand page views a month they also started offering courses on you to though now they self host courses well sisters celebrated their first sale overtaxed even now more than two years into their business they still celebrate every sale with a text some days. It feels like texting all day long in addition to online courses accessible. Aba also offers three levels of membership per nine dollars a month or ninety five dollars a year members get self paced learning and downloadable content. They can pay a bit more and get all that plus monthly videos and a monthly free product. They can pay a bit more. Still get everything. Plus thirty minute monthly one on one call. Before the pandemic hit the sisters had plans to attend a couple of live events but when everything was cancelled they decided to double their efforts on the website they also put together some of the content they already had and self published a book on amazon called. Aba fundamentals for parents. Finally they're starting to post on youtube as a way to extend their reach ameliorate. Miss that is difficult as the pandemic has been it's also been a catalyst is pushed them to work even harder. They're bringing in around fifteen hundred dollars a month however they've really just started to focus on monetization for most of two thousand twenty. They were focused solely on growing the blog and developing those courses. The pandemic hasn't been the only challenge plus opportunity. They've also had to deal with moving to a new state. Changing jobs illnesses and kits despite the business. Amelia says. they've gained a lot from the experience. There's a feeling of control over the future. they don't get working for someone else. They know that if they want to make more money they have to come up with a better product or offer improve their marketing. Reach a new audience or take some other action one of those things or perhaps all of them is exactly what they plan to do.

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"analyst" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"analyst" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You have this lemonade? I poet 29. It's now 1 52 in an analyst came out today and people bought it. It has less than 100 million in revenues. With a $9 billion market cap. The last four quarters. They lost $2.15. So on that 100 million in revenues. They lost 100 million bucks. I'm not making this up. It's trading 90 times sales. Again. We're not. This is not an indictment of of the company. Not an indictment. Maybe they grow leaps and downs. I'm all for it. Terrific. When this whole thing blows up. You just got to remember. Everything we're telling you. About evaluation. Evaluation does not matter in a central bank induced bubble..

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