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Spotify will use everything it knows about you to target podcast ads

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01:07 min | 2 years ago

Spotify will use everything it knows about you to target podcast ads

"This week. spotify launched a new advertising service called streaming ad insertion or Sai for short essay. I use customer data to target ads ads within its exclusive podcasts in a company blog post VP and head of global advertising business. Jay Richman said that this service is quote taking formats traditionally personally have been more of a static experience and making it a more personalized and attractive. One end quote that said in a story for the verge Ashleigh Carmen explains that while spotify's new technology algae breaks ground in the industry it also puts consumer privacy at risk quote. PODCASTS are sensitive listening data. The topics can be niche and revealing so users rightly might have privacy concerns about how what they consume. We'll be siphoned back into brands and quote says Carmen when Richmond was asked about these issues he responded that consumers members can opt out of data targeting. If you want more information on this topic head to the snacks daily podcast hosts Nick and Jack share some information about how the strategic added insertion will appear in your listening experience. You can find this information in there. Episode titled These Delivery Apps are like Mafia

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on The Vergecast

"That's a what's your carrier of choice? You had to say. Shaky hand. Every time I go to the office. I'm like every carrier has their best service here. Carriers like this is the fastest speeds available in the country is like localized in this one building in DC, every time I hop on a press call to. It's like the AT and T, teleconferencing serve AT and T. Alright. We gotta use somebody. Five GE real or not. Real real real. You think that's you think it's legit? It is the small step toast, to us. Ultimately getting to what I think, is, is a legitimate kind of five G world. Okay. That's bold. I I'll take it. I'm like back. I gotta say, I don't think it's real last one big one. What's your go-to, like tech news site, this is a totally a, you know, I gotta say. Verge vox Gizmodo. I go to well, you mentioned motherboard earlier, motherboard motherboard vice I think are outstanding, I, I'm, I'm somebody who does take from a lot of different sources. And a game of thrones is good as you you're hinting at I gotta say, I was not altogether happy with the, the game of thrones ending the fact that the Starks do well pleases me, but I, I, I was considering the amount of time that I have plowed into that show. It was not altogether satisfying headline now FCC Commissioner. Well, it's coming out like an hour. That's breaking news. I if I catch a lot of heat on this. I'll, I'll own it. Yeah. All right. Commissioner starks. Thank you so much. Yes, the last thing is come check me out on at Jeffrey Starks is my Twitter handle our spicy tweeter. Or do you have a team that does it for you? You know what? It's, it's a we all work on it, it really bandwith is such a hard problem for me. Now I have I have very little time. But I do I do throw in, you know, I, I tweeted seconds after the end of game of thrones. And so I it's at. GAO. F. F. R. E. Y. S. T. A R K S at Jeffrey Starks and yet some personal stuff, but also some, some thinking on on on my job in my official capacity. What I'm thinking through in, and what I like him, don't like clanking sound mush. Missioner's pretended. Thank you for the time. All right. Thank you to FCC Commissioner Jeffrey Starks into mechanic, Kelly, our policy reporter for joining an interview is really interesting. I wanna know that why did you push that button is back? They launched last week than about green and blue bubbles in, I message featuring the one and only dealer bone. Listen, that is super fund deeter yelling at Ashley are CS truly averge podcast moment, this week, watchmen about and gets into why people feel compelled to promote their tweets, actually, I think, are going to promote a tweak to promote their episode. About promoted tweet. It's gonna be weird. Check that out. You also subscribe to the verge has for free favorite podcast app. Just Lincoln, the show notes hit new episodes, and please leave a rating and review on apple podcasts. I mean told the say this, I'm just letting you know, I don't know why. But that's what they're telling me to say. Just do that for me. That'd be really great. We've back Friday with Peter and Paul the chat show. We'll see them. Hi, I'm Ashleigh Carmen of the verge and I'm Caitlyn to meet of the goods by vox, and we are the hosts of wide, you push that button, a show where we can fronts, the decisions that technology forces us to make and good news. We're back and we've got new episodes out now. This season will be tackling topics like why people slide into DM's why people run nonethless accounts, plus we will also have a special miniseries about death online. Eventually, we'll be more dead people on Facebook than living, people listen to you, every Wednesday on apple podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app and subscribe for free to get our new episodes, automatically little seal later.

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"What would you grade this pick? If they stayed eleven picked him in obviously if that board fell that way with the top ten picks grading picked his always dangerous, but I'll give give the beef for Bush because I didn't think this all player. I do think he's had. Yes. Tremendous upside within being twenty years old with him being productive athletic. I think he checks all those boxes. It's not the greatest pick. Because it's not like you said the best player at position in draft. You may be leaving better prospects on the board. You you may not entertain training training back on the possibility can still pick him there. So all those factors gave us all be right now. But with a potential becoming a much better grade down the road. Yeah. That's that's kind of where I I hate to just be. Yeah. What you said. But I mean, that's that's really what came to mind. You know, I think it was. It's a solid pick. I don't think it's outstanding value at number eleven, but I think it feels immense need with a pretty good football player and a guy that should help their defense day one. It'd be out there for quite a few snaps on defense. Especially now that Marvin Lewis Mr. anti rookie is is no longer the head coach. So you know, it should be a pretty good pick for for Cincinnati. We'll see if that's where they go. Again. This has been a special episode. Of the orange black insider Bengals podcast where we are doing the SP nation contributor mock. And with the eleventh pick we have used it on Devin Bush linebacker from Michigan to potentially help out a Bengals defensive unit that was in a very bad way last year, especially at that group. So we hope you've enjoyed this special edition. We'll have another episode full episode of the of the orange blackens rankles podcast will be take calls and all that stuff. But we appreciate you tuning into this special episode again, get this show on itunes on Stitcher on Google play on Spotify also on the megaphone platform YouTube and since you jungled com for John Sharon, I'm Anthony Kazan's. Thanks for tuning in. We'll see next time. It's me Ashleigh Carmen nine Caitlyn too. And we are the hosts of the virgin podcast. Why'd you push that..

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:50 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And conditions. Really go down. These businesses just lost a big part of how they market and hope to make money for the day. Explain to us exactly how this Facebook economy works that people pay to gain impressions people pay to gain conversions there's all sorts of stuff that that are at play has its formal ads service, which is where you can set a budget. If anyone can do it. You can set a budget. You can tell you what your goal is. You could say impressions, which just means. I want three hundred people to see this. I want to get as many is on this as possible or conversions which is like I want four hundred people to click through on my website. And what Facebook does is actually very interesting because they've kind of set themselves up for situations like this where they only charge advertisers for the results. So they're not going to charge you a baseline and then not actually deliver. They promised to only charge on what they deliver. Why I talked about in my story is how kinda decide economy that's built up around influencers? So people who are really popular. Typically on the champion is for Facebook to where these companies can make deals with them off the platform. It has nothing to do with Facebook formal program. And in those cases, I mean, you're kind of flying blind only recently have contracts and influence negotiations. Become a things if you've a formal negotiation and contract, you might not get your money's worth and get a guaranteed. What you want out of that influence her deal? But the person I profile Jason Wong who sells fake eyelashes. Also, he has various products that he sells made a deal with an influence or multiple influencers. And in his case he made that deal through private DM's. So they didn't have a contract, and he's not really sure if he'll be able to get his money back because they technically their side of things they posted about his product. But unfortunately for Jason no one was online. But that's how it is for a lot of businesses even businesses that aren't particularly relying on direct sales things like that they expect to lose money. Just because they didn't get this clicks, the didn't get the engagement to setup future business. Jason smart businessman. He talked about how they've diversified how they market so because he lost that revenue that date. He didn't sound very stressed. I was like, okay. You you're really then good for you. Like knobby worried. I mean it came back. I assume he figures he'll make up the lost revenue somewhere else. But if someone had built their business solely on Facebook. And Facebook went down the problem. And I heard that from another source that I talked to who mentioned that this whole situation stressed for her that they need to diversify. They need to make sure they're not vulnerable outages. Because if you put all your basket, you never know what's going to happen and even people that are advertising specific events. Like, hey, I need you to sign up for this online training class or something something that is time sensitive. I mean, those people if you're doing a last minute push the day before or something then and nobody saw it. Then you have no sign ups. You have no people showing up to your vents. Yeah. That was a very interesting situation. I actually hadn't really thought about because the beauty of Facebook and Instagram is that like I said anyone can access their ad tools. You and I could go on right now and make an advertisement. Probably four this podcast. So easy. Exactly. And so you have people like this woman. I talked to you candy who is in wellness coach. And she happened to be holding a training the next day after this outage. And she was like I'm going to put ads out try to get more people into my training, which is a free training. But for her she tries to put them on her Email list, which brings them into her universe where she might be able to sell them products to like, it didn't cost her money in that exact moment by it cost her potential clients in the future, which is very interesting. How Facebook money plays out? Not just the name media. Also in the future. A lot of people are dependent on it. And as you said really and whole economy can go down when these platforms are not online Ashleigh Carmen tech reporter for the verge. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me. To my absolute favorite story of the week is just incredible. It's a story about finding family living with the new reality that you might have fifty brothers and sisters roaming around in this world. It's a story about Jacobo Ballard who knew she was a donor conceived kid and wanted to find some of her half siblings. Who might have had the same donor investigation letter to find some other siblings for sure, but then something more unexpected all of these siblings that she was finding everybody pointed to the same man Donald Klein Klein was a fertility doctor who was accused of using his own sperm to impregnate women who came to him for artificial insemination treatments. We supposed to Sarah Zang. She's a writer at the Atlantic to talk about this crazy story and all these newfound siblings, and how they live in this world. Now that the truth is out. It's a small town where they live and they're constantly seeing each other unbeknownst to them. So it's just a wild story. When I first started partying the story. I was like oh my God. What a weird story, you know, like what kind of weirdo would do this? But the more I got into reporting it the more. I understood the history of how donor some nation worked away doctors kept secrets from there. Just a just a jump on. Right. At this moment. I mean, the first success in artificial artificial insemination and a bunch of lies behind that one. Also, and you wrote about an article great. And this this story is not just about Donald climate. It's about his children also who found each other and have to live with new realities of now that all this has been unearthed. So like, I said, it's a great story. But let's start with Donald and what the accusations against him. Donald Klein was Dr in Indianapolis. He retired a few years ago he's in his eighties now and for a while he was sort of the fertility doctor in Indianapolis. If you eat it for treatment that was probably a guy he you went to. And so what happened is that unbeknownst for all of his patients who are coming to him for donor, sperm and lives cases. The the men and husbands were infertile. Instead of actually getting a donor as he promised. He had said, it would be a medical resident he had apparently been using his own sperm and. We don't know exactly how many children he has. He said he did it about fifty times. There are currently fifty people who've been carbon through DNA tests, they're biological children in between publishing the print magazine. And like when the next few weeks, we put online two more people found civil really don't have a good sense. Exactly. How wide the scope is. And the thing is like all these kids. But a lot of them say still live in Indianapolis, the pads of cross in weird ways. And then they now they found out there have siblings that one of the weirdest. Parts of the story is how their paths have crossed throughout the years. I think one of the kids sold one of his half siblings like a lawnmower through a garage sale. And you know, this was before they knew it was happening. So let's start with the siblings. Now, tell us how the kids about fifty of them now that we know how they started to find each other. And connect the dots that this all happened and that their family, quote unquote is bigger than they thought. Yes. So this sort of all start around twenty fourteen with. A woman named Koba Ballard Jacobo someone who she'd done since she was a kid that she was her parents had you the sperm donor. So she knew she was dinner conceit, and she was sort of interested in not necessarily finding out her biological father was, but she was interested in maybe finding out other half siblings. And she thought she'd tell me she thought she may be water too. So she did was that she went to a forum for people who are adoptees or Jenner can see it, and she knew her mother's fertility. Doctor was Donald Klein, of course. And she met another woman whose mother had gone to the same doctor who knew another woman who had a sister. So now there are four of them. They thought oh, why don't we all get tested. You know, who knows we might be have siblings. So they all take twenty three in the test results. Come back. They are all half sisters, and what's more is that we have four more half siblings on Twenty-three me. So that's eight half siblings. Total and away. This kind of sets off some alarm bells because Dr Klein had supposedly told patients he used any single general a few times. And now are eight he said that they're supposed to medical residents. But their ages are long enough that it would have been more than any single person would have been a medical resident. So they started doing something that is actually kind a lot of attention now because the Golden State killer, which is using DNA to look for family trees. You're listening to the daily dive weekend editions, I'm Oscar Ramirez, and we'll be right back with more this.

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:30 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on 600 WREC

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Yeah, it's Really really go interesting. down. How behind Businesses. the scenes, and Just I say behind lost the scenes a because big Facebook part has done of it how very they publicly. market and Facebook hope has to talked make money a lot for about the day. what they've Explain done to to us crackdown exactly abuse how this Facebook in the last economy two years since works they that launched people live pay video to gain in two thousand impressions sixteen I people guess that's three pay years to now. gain conversions Youtube there's all sorts has of stuff is that later that are to at the play game of scrutiny, has its formal and ad service. I would Which say is YouTube where efforts you can date set back a budget. to about If salt anyone twenty can do it. seventeen You can set a budget. I would You say can say a tipping what your goal point is. and You fall could say twenty impressions, seventeen which just means. I want Vegas three shooting. hundred people to see Now. this. Flirt, I want to get mass as many murderer is on in Vegas. this as possible or conversions That which was is a like big I want tipping point there four because hundred people so to click much through misinformation what say came what out on Facebook YouTube does and is actually also very interesting because be they've kind Russia of hearing set themselves which up happened for in the situations fall of twenty seventeen like this as well where where they only the companies charge were really under fire advertisers for you're for the spreading result. information So they're not that going to charge foreign you a baseline power that and can then meddle not in actually our election. deliver. And They so promised that to triggered only charge on what they a deliver. change in YouTube Why operations, I talked but about in they've my done story. fast forward How to today there's kind is of they've the created economy incident that's built commanders up around they influencers. have war So rooms people who are really they popular. have what's called an Champion Intel is desk, for Facebook which to is a group where of people these companies whose job can makes it is ideals to spot with emerging them trends off on the platform. other websites. It has nothing to A lot do with of Facebook this problematic formal program. stuff And in those cases, emerges on other sites I mean, before emerges you're kind on YouTube. of flying blind Their job only is recently to consult experts have contracts about certain in emerging influencer trends, negotiations I've gotta become have a thing, be so people more proactive. formal negotiation They've hired and contract, about ten thousand you content might not moderators, get your money's but worth you have to and remember get a guaranteed. What the you moderators want out are real of people that implants and it her takes deal, a while but to the person get up I to profile speed Jason Wong on stops. who And so sells even stake. after. Eyelashes? They announced Also, hiring he has many thousands various of content. products Moderators that he sells you still made saw those a deal problems with an influence, that the crisis multiple actors influencers. in the parkland And shooting, in his and case he they made said that that deal that was through because private they haven't DM's. really had time to They train didn't have up a contract, the moderators and he's not really well sure enough, if he'll so you be can able to really get his see money back that because their operation they when it technically stress tested is against on their side a tragedy. of things they Like, posted this about his product is just not by unfortunately active for Jason enough, and that's no long one been the was criticism. online that When these things happen nobody videos sired. But in for that's these how it information is. For a lot the bad of businesses stuff spreads even businesses so that aren't quickly. particularly. And they've Relying been criticized on direct for sales how things slow like that they they are to expect respond to to lose this. money. But Just because even they as didn't just you're get describing this clicks. right now, they're The putting didn't get so the much engagement manpower. to set up future A business. lot of effort Jason into it. And it still a isn't smart enough. businessman. And and it is He a growing problem talked about in how just they've the online diversified world this stuff how just they spread market so so quickly because despite he lost their that best revenue efforts that it's date, still getting around honestly, too didn't quickly. sound very But stressed. I gotta I was like, say okay. to you You you're despite really their best then efforts good for you. there also part of the problem Like because knobby they create worried. algorithms I mean came that back. spread I the assume content. he figures They he'll have make an algorithm the lost that when revenue a lot of people somewhere click on else. something But they if spread someone it to had other people. built their business solely on Facebook. And Facebook went down the problem. And I heard that from another source that I talked to who mentioned that this whole situation stressed for her that they need to diversify. They need to make sure they're not vulnerable to outages. Because if you put all your basket, you never know what's going to happen and even people that are advertising specific events. Like, hey, I need you to sign up for this online training class or something something that is time sensitive. I mean, those people if you're doing a last minute push, you know, the day before or something then and nobody saw it. Then you have no sign ups. You have no people showing up to your vents. Yeah. That was very interesting situation that I actually hadn't really thought about because the beauty of Facebook and Instagram is that like I said anyone can access their ad tools. You and I could go on right now and make an advertisement. Probably for this podcast. So easy. Exactly. And so you have people like this woman. I talked to you candy who is in wellness coach. And she happened to be holding a training the next day after this outage that she was like I'm going to try to get more people into my training, which is a free training. But for her she tries to put them on her Email list, which kind of brings them into her universe where she might be able to sell them products to like it didn't cost her money in that exact moment by it cost her potential clients in the future. So very interesting how Facebook money played out. Not just the name media. Also in the future. A lot of people are dependent on it. And as you said really hold economy can go down when these platforms are not online Ashleigh Carmen tech reporter for the verge. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me. Tonight. Absolute favorite story of the week is just incredible. It's a story about finding family and living with the new reality that you might have fifty brothers and sisters roaming around in this world. It's a story about Jacobo Ballard who knew she was a donor conceived kid and wanted to find some of her half siblings. Who might have had the same donor investigation letter to find some other siblings for sure, but then something more unexpected all of these siblings that she was finding everybody pointed to the same man Donald Klein Klein was a fertility doctor who was accused of using his own sperm to impregnate women who came to him for artificial insemination treatments. We spoke to Sarah Zang. She's a writer at the Atlantic to talk about this crazy story and all these new found siblings and how they live in this world. Now that the truth is out. It's a small town where they live and they're constantly seeing each other unbeknownst to them. So it's just a wild story. When I first started partying the story. I was like oh my God. What a weird story, you know, like what kind of weirdo would do this? But the more I got into reporting it the more. I understood the history of how donor and some nation worked the way doctors kept secrets from there. Just a just a jump on. Right. At this moment. I mean, the first success in artificial artificial insemination and a bunch of lies behind that one. Also, and you wrote about an article, it's great. And this story is not just about Donna climate. It's about his children also who found each other and have to live with new realities of now that all this has been unearthed. So like, I said, it's a great story. But let's start with Donald and what the accusations against him. Donald Klein was Dr in Indianapolis. He retired a few years ago he's in his eighties now and for a while he was sort the fertility doctor in Indianapolis. If you eat it for treatment that was probably a guy he you went to. And so what happened is that unbeknownst for all of his patients who are coming to him for donor, sperm and lives cases. The husbands were infertile. Instead of actually getting donor as he promised he had said, it would be medical resident he had apparently been using his own sperm, and we. Don't know exactly how many biological children. He has he said he did it about fifty times. There are currently fifty people who've been current thirteen test their biological children in between publishing the print magazine. And like when like few weeks, we put on line two more people were found civil really don't. That's exactly how wide the scope is. And the thing is like all these kids. But a lot of them say still live in Indianapolis, the pods of cross in weird ways. And then they now defined out there have siblings that one of the weirdest. Parts of the story is how their paths have crossed throughout the years. I think one of the kids sold one of his half siblings like a lawnmower through a garage sale. And this was before they knew it was happening. So let's start with the siblings. Now, tell us how the kids about fifty of them now that we know how they started to find each other. And connect the dots that this all happened and that their family, quote unquote is bigger than they thought. Yes, this all started around twenty fourteen. A woman named culpa Ballard Jacobo someone who she had known since she was a kid that she was her parents had you the sperm donor. So she knew she was conceived, and she was sort of interested in not necessarily finding out her father was, but she was interested in maybe funny out other half siblings. And she thought she thought she may be fined one or two. So she did was that she went to a forum for people who are adoptees or Jenner can see it, and she knew her mother's fertility. Doctor was Donald Klein, of course. And she met another woman whose mother had gone to the same doctor who knew another woman who had a sister. So now there are four of them..

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"And I heard that from another source that I talked to who met him at this whole situation stressed for her that they need to diversify. They need to make sure they're not vulnerable to outages. Because if you put all your basket, you never know what's going to happen and even people that are advertising specific events. Like, hey, I need you to sign up for this online training class or something something that is time sensitive. I mean, those people if you're doing a last minute push, you know, the day before or something then and nobody side, then do you have no sign ups? You have no people showing up to your vents. Yeah. That was a very interesting situation. I actually hadn't really thought about because the beauty of Facebook and Instagram that like I said anyone can access their ad tools. You and I could go on right now and make an advertisement. Probably for this podcast so easy to do. Exactly. And so. So you have people like this woman. I talked to you candy who is a wellness coach. And she happened to be holding a training the next day after the outage, and she was like I'm put ads out to try to get more people into my training, which is a free training. But for her she tries to put them on her Email list, which vendor cut and brings them into her universe where she might be able to sell them products to like, it didn't cost her money in that exact moment by it cost her potential clients in the future. So did very interesting how Facebook money played out. Not just the name media. Also in the future. A lot of people are dependent on it. And as you said really hold economy can go down when these platforms are not online Ashleigh Carmen tech reporter for the verge. Thank you very much for joining us. Having me. I absolute favorite story of the week is just incredible. It's a story about finding family and living with a new reality that you might have fifty brothers and sisters roaming around in this world. It's a story about Jacobo Ballard who knew she was a donor conceived kid I wanted to find some of her half siblings. Who might have had the same donor. Investigation letter to find some other siblings for sure, but then something more expected.

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:33 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Facebook in our Instagram's and other social media's go out a lot of times, we get really angry. The first thing you think of is. I can't spy on my crush. I can't get these funny memes that I'm used to. But what you may not realize is that when Facebook goes out a whole economy goes with it. There's tons of businesses that advertise on the platform and rely on it for a lot of their business structure. Ashley Carmen tech. Reporter for the verge joins us to talk about the people who build their businesses on these platforms, and how they lose out when Facebook goes off lot book is an ad based business it's worth billions of dollars and its primary way of making money through add so people that are taking out these ads are often local businesses, I specifically focused on small businesses. But I mean most every company uses Facebook so read and they're taking out these ads to either sell something like it's a retailers or click on a website, which inevitably they hope to turn into some kind of conversion where they can get a customer. Out of it, or perhaps they're using it even for free saying, but in the hopes of eventually up telling this person, which was one of the people I interviewed for this story. What ended up happening is when this platform, Facebook, Instagram, what's up, not so much buffets. Beginning term, really go down. Businesses. Just lost a big part of how they market and hope to make money for the day. Explain to us exactly how this Facebook economy works people pay to gain impressions people pay to gain conversions there's all sorts of stuff that that are at play has its formal ads service, which is where you can set a budget. If anyone can do it. You can set a budget. You can tell you what your goal is. You say impressions, which just means. I want three hundred people to see this. I want to get as many is on this as possible or conversions which is like I want four hundred people to click through on my website. And what Facebook does is actually very interesting because they've kind of set themselves up for situations like this where they only charge advertisers for the results. So they're not going to charge you a baseline and then not actually deliver. They promised to only charge on what they deliver. Why I talked about in my story is how there's kind of the side economy that's built up around influencers. So people who are really popular. Typically, the champion is for Facebook. To where these companies can makes ideals with them off the platform. It has nothing to do with Facebook's formal program. And in those cases, I mean, you're kind of flying blind only recently have contracts and influence or negotiations become things if you've a formal negotiation and contract, you might be able to get your money's worth guaranteed. What you want out of that influence her deal? But the person I profile Jason Wong who sells fake eyelashes. And also he has various products that he sells made a deal with an influence or multiple influencers. And in his case he made that deal through private DM's. So they didn't have a contract, and he's not really sure if he'll be able to get his money back because they technically filled their side of things they posted about his product. But unfortunately, for Jason no one was online that nobody sired. But that's how it is for a lot of businesses even businesses that aren't particularly relying on direct sales things like that they expect to lose. Money. Just because they didn't get those clicks. The didn't get the engagement to set up future business. Jason like, a smart businessman. He talked about how they've diversified how they market so because he lost that revenue that day. We didn't sound very stressed. I was like, okay. You you're really then good for you. He's like knobby worried. I mean it came back. I assume he figures he'll make up the lost revenue somewhere else. But if someone had built their business solely on Facebook. And Facebook went down the problem. And I heard that from another source that I talked to who mentioned that this whole situation stressed for her that they needed they need to make sure they're not vulnerable to outages because if you put all your basket, you never know what's going to happen and even people that are advertising specific events. Like, hey, I need you to sign up for this online training class or something something that is time sensitive. I mean, those people if you're doing a last minute push, you know, the day before or something then and nobody saw it. Then you have no sign you have no people showing up to your vents. Yeah. That was very interesting situation that I actually hadn't really thought about because the beauty of Facebook and Instagram is that like I said anyone can access their ad tools. You to go on right now and make an advertisement. Probably for this podcast so easy to do. Exactly. And so. So you have people like this woman. I talked to you candy who is in wellness coach. And she happened to be holding a training the next day after this outage. And she was like I'm going to add to try to get more people into my training, which is a free training. But for her she tries to put them on her Email list, which kind of brings them into her universe where she might be able to sell them products to like it didn't cost her money in that exact moment by it cost her potential clients in the future. Which is very interesting. How Facebook money plays out? Not just a name media. Also in the future. A lot of people are dependent on it. And as you said really and hold economy can go down when these platforms are not online Ashleigh Carmen tech reporter for the verge. Thank you very much for joining us. Absolute favorite story of the week is just incredible. It's a story about finding family living with the new reality that you might have fifty brothers and sisters roaming around in this world. It's a story about Jacobo Ballard who knew she was a donor conceived kid and wanted to find some of her half siblings. Who might have had the same donor investigation letter to find some other siblings for sure, but then something more unexpected all of these siblings that she was finding everybody pointed to the same man. Donald Klein Klein was fragility doctor who was accused of using his own sperm to impregnate women who came to him for artificial insemination treatments. We spoke to Sarah Zang. She's a writer at the Atlantic to talk about this crazy story and all these newfound siblings, and how they live in this world. Now that the truth is out. It's a small town where they live and they're constantly seeing each other unbeknownst to them. So it's just a wild story. When I first started. Partying this story. I definitely was like oh my God. What a weird story you like what kind of weird to do this? But the more I got into reporting it the more. I understood the history of how donor some worked the way doctors kept secrets from there. Just a just a jump on right at this moment, the first success in artificial artificial insemination had a bunch of lies behind that one. Also. And you wrote about an article great, and this story is not just about Donald climate. It's about his children also who found each other and have to live with new realities of now that all this has been unearthed. So like, I said, it's a great story. But let's start with Donald and what the accusations were against him. Donald Klein was Dr in Indianapolis, he retired if years ago he's in his eighties now and for a while he was sort of the fertility doctor in Indianapolis. If you need it for treatment that was probably a guy he you went to. And so what happened is that unbeknownst for all of his patients who are coming to him for donor. Sperm and lives cases. The demand husbands were infertile. Instead of actually getting a donor as he promised. He had said, it would be a medical resident he had apparently been using his own sperm, and we don't know exactly how many. Children. He has he said he did it about fifty times. There are currently fifty people who've been current thirteen eight hustler his biological children in between publishing the print magazine. And like when the few weeks, we put on line two more people were found civil really don't have a great. That's exactly how wide the scope is. And the thing is like all these kids. A lot of them say still live in Indianapolis. Pods of cross in weird ways. And then they now they find out there have siblings that one of the weirdest. Parts of the story is how their paths have crossed throughout the years. I think one of the kids sold one of his half siblings like a lawnmower through a garage sale. And this was before they knew it was happening. So let's start with the siblings. Now, tell us how the kids about fifty of them now that we know how they started to find each other. And connect the dots that this all happened and that their family, quote unquote is bigger than they thought. Yes. So this all started around twenty fourteen with a woman named or culpa Ballard Jacobo someone who she done since. She was a kid that she was her parents had you the sperm donor. So she knew she was conceived, and she sort of interested and not necessarily finding out her father was, but she was interested in maybe finding out other half siblings. And she thought she thought she maybe find one or two. So she did was that she went to a forum for people who are adoptees or donor conceived, and she knew her mother's fertility. Doctor was Donald Klein, of course. And she met another woman whose mother had gone to the same doctor who knew another woman who had a sister. So now there are four of them. They thought oh, why don't we all get tested. You know, who knows we might be half siblings. So they all take Twenty-three UNITA's the test results come back. They are all half sisters, and what's more is that the four more half siblings on Twenty-three me. So that's eight half soup links total and this gonna set off some alarm bells because Dr Klein had supposedly told the patients that he used a need single Joyner only few times and now they're eight and he said that they're supposed to medical residents. But their ages ranged long enough that it would have been more than any single person would have been a medical resident. So they started doing something that is actually a lot of attention now because the.

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:38 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on KTOK

"Facebook in our Instagram's and other social media's go out a lot of times, we get really angry. The first thing you think of is. I can't spy on my crush. I can't get these funny memes that I'm used to. But what you may not realize is that when Facebook goes out a whole economy goes with it. There's tons of businesses that advertise on the platform and rely on it for a lot of their business structure, actually Carmen tech. Reporter for the verge joins us to talk about the people who build their businesses on these platforms, and how they lose out when Facebook goes off line Facebook is an ad based business it's worth billions of dollars and its primary way of making money is to add. So the people that are taking out these ads are often local businesses, I specifically focused on small businesses. But I mean, most every company uses Facebook so reason they're taking out these ads to either sell something like if they're retailers or click on a website, which inevitably they hope to turn into some kind of conversion where they can get a customer. Out of it or perhaps they're using even for freezing. But in hopes of eventually up selling this person, which was one of the people I interviewed for this story. What ended up happening is when this platform, Facebook, Instagram, what's up, not so much, but Facebook and Instagram really go down these businesses just lost a big part of how they market and hope to make money for the day. Explain to us exactly how this Facebook economy works people pay to gain impressions people pay to gain conversions there's all sorts of stuff that that are at play basic has its formal ad service. Which is where you can set a budget. If anyone can do it, and you can set a budget. You can you what your goal is? You could say impressions, which just means. I want three hundred people to see this. I want to get as many is on this as possible or conversions which is like I want four hundred people to click through my website, and what faith, but guys is actually very interesting because they've kind of set themselves up for situations like this where they only charge advertisers for the results. So they're not going to charge. You a baseline. And then not actually deliver. They promised to only charge on what they deliver. What I talked about in my story. How there's kind of the economy that's built up around influencers. So people who are really popular is for Facebook to where these companies can makes ideals with that off the platform. It has nothing to do with Facebook's formal program. And in those cases, I mean, you're kind of flying blind only recently have contracts and influence or negotiations become a thing, so people formal negotiation and contract, you might not get your money's worth and get a guaranteed. What you want out of that influence your deal, but the person I profile Jason Wong who sells fake lashes. And also he has various products that he sells made a deal with an influence or multiple influencers. And in his case he made that deal through private DM's. So they didn't have a contract, and he's not really sure if he'll be able to get his money back because they technically their side of things they posted about. His product. But unfortunately for Jason no one was online. But that's how it is for a lot of businesses even businesses that aren't particularly relying on direct sales things like that they expect to lose money. Just because they didn't get those clicks. The didn't get the engagement to set up future business. Jason smart businessman. He talked about how they've diversified how they market so because he lost that revenue decade. He obviously didn't sound very stressed. I was like, okay, you you're really good for you. He seemed like knobby worried. I mean came back. I assume he figures he'll make up the lost revenue somewhere else. But if someone had built their business solely on Facebook and Facebook went down. Yeah. The problem. And I heard that from another source that I talked to who mentioned that this whole situation stressed for her that they needed ever need to make sure they're not vulnerable to outages because all your basket, you never know what's going to happen and even people that are advertising specific events. Like, hey, I need you to sign up for this online training class or something something that is time sensitive. I mean, those people if you're doing a last minute push the day before or something then and nobody saw it. Then you have no sign ups. You have no people showing up to your. Yeah. That was a very interesting situation. I actually hadn't really thought about because the beauty of Facebook and Instagram is that like I said anyone can access their ad tools. You and I could go on right now and make an advertisement. Probably for this podcast so easy to do. Exactly. And so you have people like this woman. I talked to you candy who in wellness coach. And she happened to be holding a training the next day after this outage. And she was like I'm gonna put ads out to try to get more people into my training. Which is a free training. But for her she tries to put them on her Email list, which kind of brings them into her universe where she might be able to sell them products to like it didn't cost her money in that exact moment by it cost her potential clients in the future. Very interesting. How Facebook money plays out? Not just the name media. Also in the future. A lot of people are dependent on it. And as you said really and hold economy can go down when these platforms are not online Ashleigh Carmen tech reporter for the verge. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me. Absolute favorite story of the week is just incredible. It's a story about finding family and living with the new reality that you might have fifty brothers and sisters roaming around in this world. It's a story about Jacobo Ballard who knew she was a donor conceived kid and wanted to find some of her half siblings. Who might have had the same donor investigation letter to find some other siblings for sure, but then something more expected all of these siblings that she was finding everybody pointed to the same man Donald Klein Klein was a fertility doctor who was accused of using his own sperm to impregnate women who came to him for artificial insemination treatments. We spoke to Sarah Zang. She's a writer at the Atlantic to talk about this crazy story and all these newfound siblings, and how they live in this world. Now that the truth is out. It's a small town where they live and they're constantly seeing each other unbeknownst to them. So it's just a wild story. When I first started partying the story. I definitely was like oh my God. What a weird. And you're like what kind of weirdo would do this? But the more I got into reporting it the more. I understand the history of how donor insemination worked. Am the way doctors kept secrets from there. Just the just the jump on right? At this moment. I mean, the first success in artificial artificial insemination and a bunch of lies behind that one. Also. And you wrote about an article in great, and this story is not just about Donna climate. It's about his children also who found each other and have to live with new realities of now that all this has been unearthed. So like, I said, it's a great story. But let's start with Donald and what the accusations against him. Donald Klein was doctor in Indianapolis. He retired a few years ago he's in his eighties now and for he was sort of the fertility doctor in Indianapolis. If you eat it for treatment that was probably got he you went to. And so what happened is that unbeknownst for all of his patients who are coming to him for donor, sperm and lives cases. The the men in the husbands were infertile. Instead of actually getting a donor as he promised he had said, it would be medical resident he had apparently been using his own sperm, and we don't know exactly how many biologic. Children. He has he said he did it about fifty times. There are currently fifty people who've been through DNA tests. They're his biological children in between publishing the print magazine. And like when like few weeks, we put online two more people found really don't have a great. That's exactly how wide the scope is. And the thing is like all these kids. But a lot of them say still live in Indianapolis, the pods of cross in weird ways. And then they now defined out there have siblings that one of the weirdest. Parts of the story is how their paths have crossed throughout the years. I think one of the kids sold one of his half siblings like a lawn mower through a garage sale. And this was before they knew it was happening. So let's start with the siblings. Now, tell us how the kids about fifty of them now that we know how they started to find each other. And connect the dots that this all happened and that their family, quote unquote is bigger than they thought. Yes. So the server all start around twenty fourteen with a woman named culpa Ballard Jacobo someone who she'd done since she. He was a kid that she was her parents had you the sperm donor. So she knew she was conceived, and she was sort of interested in not necessarily finding out her father was, but she was interested in maybe finding out other half siblings. And she thought she thought she maybe one or two. So she did was that she went to a forum for people who are adoptees or Jenner can see it, and she knew her mother's fertility. Doctor was Donald Klein, of course. And she met another woman whose mother had gone to Dr Who knew another woman who had a sister. So now there are four of them. They thought oh, why don't we all get tested. You know, who knows we might be half siblings. So they all take Twenty-three UNITA's the test results come back. They are all half sisters, and what's more is that we have four more half siblings on twenty me. So that's eight half siblings. Total and right away. This of sets off some alarm bells because Dr Klein had supposedly told it patients that he used any single Joyner only few times and now to our eight and he said that they're supposed to medical residents, but their ages ranged long enough. It would have been more than any single person would have been a medical resident. So they started doing something that is actually kind a lot of attention now because the Golden State tiller which is using DNA to look for family trees. You're.

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"The there's been chatter about Tanna hill with the familial connection. Zack has with his brother in in Philly press, number one. These do you think press comes over, and maybe a larger role to the Bengals in end is at mean than that. We're talking about Nick foles at some point instead of a Ryan tannehill. Yes. Oh, you can flip to the aisles. Also or or you're saying they they keep foles maybe Wentz as the guy. Yeah. Because like like foles think is being talked about going to Jacksonville because they just hired. John D flip office coordinator the flow was the guy is once his quarterback coach once infils Corbett coach twenty seventeen when they won the Super Bowl. But yeah, that's that's definitely an interesting now thing if you if you were to bring press over because I do think that press is one of the favorites to become offense coordinator because you know, as we've mentioned that they're opposites pretty slim pickings at this point. But that's definitely interesting because I don't know how much foles is gonna cost to get on the open market it depending on what what is demand is. No is the main would be hired tannahill. I dunno. If the difference we contain a home foles that much, but obviously has proved himself worthy in big games in that might attract some other franchises. I think at this point Jackson's pry the failure for him. But that's definitely an interesting scenario right there. I mean, if somehow the. Things workout where Philly keeps fulls because that's the guy they just want and he's had postseason success. The injuries are frustrating. Carson Winston somehow, you know, it would take quite a bit of capital to make that happen. But if if somehow synthetic and get their hands around Carson Wentz said of Nick foles in this whole deal that would be while that would be. Yeah. That our ball of the hice writing. Yeah. Yeah. So, but yeah, Nick foles could be an option that that's another guy. A lot of fans are talking about especially because of press Taylor in it makes sense. But I don't I don't know that I don't I don't know that that will happen. I you know, like, I said this this team has been so conservative. It's almost like you're waiting for them to say, okay. The coaching staff overhaul that that's that's the you know, the the uncertain part. We we gotta be conservative at some point, which is maybe keeping Dalton for your to. And and at some point you wait for them to be conservative. Or maybe, you know, maybe this young guys act Taylor has. This come in grab their ears. And maybe saying, hey, you gotta do more in free agency. You gotta do more in the draft in terms of maneuverability. And that's what's gonna that's what it's gonna take. And you know, we'll we'll see if that happens. Hopefully, that's something. We we saw the Rams be aggressive in free agency over the past couple of years. Right. John. Yeah. And auto look look at the highest. I think it was three the top teams in spending this year. I think the saints Rams. They're gonna meet in the championship. Yup. It's just how it is. You guess you gotta spend. It's it's not it's not rocket science. So, you know, that's in hopefully, the Bengals end up changing their ways at that would be a major major change because that is something that they have long been adverse to in terms of spending money outside free agency in moving up in the draft and all that kind of stuff. This is the orange black insider bangles podcast where we're gonna get outta here. A lot of phone calls. Lot of text messages. Thanks so much for all of the a lot of comments in the YouTube. Chats are we can get to all of them. We tried to get to as many as possible. We appreciate the patience. We appreciate all of the interaction. The like I said, we're we're bringing more content in the form of interviews perhaps John if he's able to join us from this from the senior bowl that'd be cool to we're trying to mix things up a little bit on the show and hopefully bringing more all inclusive type of program. Thanks for all the support. Get the show where you can. We'll see next episode. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn to me. We're the

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Big Blue View

"Jeff. Hey, I appreciate your spending a few minutes with us. Thank you very much looking forward to to read in the rest of these. So we'll let you go. And and thanks again for for spending some time with me. Thanks. Okay. Giants fans are thanks to Jeff for spending a few minutes with us and for doing that particular series for us a lot of fun. Interesting. Things have come out of that series. One of the things that I I love to remind people is the last few seasons have not been good for the giants. But there are four Super Bowl titles in their five Super Bowl appearances. There's a lot of great games. A lot of great memories in a lot of franchises or a lot of fan bases that would trade places with giants fans in a heartbeat considering all of the the great moments that the giants have had in their franchise history. So what things aren't nearly as bad as you may think they are giants fans and times aren't nearly as as dark in and as despondent as you may want to believe you've had it a lot. Better than fan bases than many of the fan bases across the NFL. So just just remember that as you're complaining, and as you're thinking about how bad things have been in recent years. Okay. Giant Smith's just a couple of other things. I wanted to mention were beginning to work our way through draft profiles at big blue view dot com. Please check out those were still working our way through position by position analyses of the two thousand eighteen season. We're trying to spin those forward looking at what might or might not happen or what needs to happen for the giants in two thousand and nineteen at those various positions. We hope you're keeping track of those stories and enjoying those as well. We'll be continuing to give you mock drafts profiles interviews as much coverage as we can of your giants going through the the off season and leading leading up to the. The draft this week is the east west shrine game. You know, please check out the the podcasts that Dan Zuta and Chris flung have been doing focusing largely on the NFL draft. All right. Giants fans. We thank you for listening, and we will talk to you again soon. Bye. Bye. Now. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Tiffany. We're the host of wide you push that button diverges show about all the traces technology forces us to make we're back for season three about questions. Like, why do you do at your tweets, and why do you type in lower case letters that make you seem like a serial killer? Why are you on an exclusive dating app, you're not that special? We're really seeing a new episode every Wednesday, and you can find this anywhere you typically find podcasts, which is podcasts. Suge Pac has podcast. So go ahead. And subscribe and check us out.

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"It does kind of feel like it would it would come down to that. Right. And of course, you know. Of course, it will be Cowboys eagles. It would burn the world of the ground. If that's the case next week will be the longest week of our lives that would be a tremendous week. That'd be a tremendous problem to have to be able to have to bomb it in a game. Like that. No one needed both those teams playing championship game. But you mentioned the night to Cowboys. I think you know, playoff win over the eagles really spark things for that team. Certainly. And and took you to San Francisco. So we will see this time back from California to the eagles game. But we'll see hoping quakes tonight. That's true tomorrow. And I when there. Yeah, San Francisco, that's I had that vivid memory of their quake the night before the game. Now, I'm able to retract my pick. They do have one. Right. So you're saying if an earthquake if there's an earthquake why there the night before the game? And that's what happened in back in ninety two the night before we played our game. We ended up winning and on may have to tweet something out and say, look, I'm going with the irony of our jail Chila. This involved in God if you wanna throw an earthquake out and God willing, nobody gets hurt. Just a small two seconds. I'll change my pick. So well, so we'll see what happens you, and I will be on Instagram live on Friday afternoon. We'll talk about that. So people can watch and interact. Tony it was a blast. Let's hope we have something great to talk about on Monday. And hope we have another game to get ready for. We'll see what happens out in LA. Hopefully Jerry's party lives up to the hype though, I hope so too. Thanks. I couldn't fly out there on this plane and go the party, and we'll come back. We'll take the jump on in the Gulf and we'll go. That may be him. Christianity Christian christening, the the three hundred hundred foot yacht out there on the Pacific coast knows point. Thanks for listening everybody. Enjoy the game. And we'll see you Monday. This was the seven five oh. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Tiffany. We're the host of wide you push

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"You can't have that happened with the face of your franchise. You can't have people saying that the quarterback and the coach are in cahoots. You can't basically say that the Steelers way is this circus, this three ring circus that has become the Pittsburgh Steelers. They need to get rid of that stuff. I'm not not saying they need to give rid of people or players. They need to get back to business of winning period is this team capable of winning. Absolutely. And that's where I came in with my show in my question of the of the week, which was is the Steelers window closing. And I stand by my answer of no, it's not closed is closing. That's debatable. But I do not think that it is closed completely even if Antonio around lease because my opinion, I think that this is probably. Is it turning point for the organization right now, it really is a lot of different ways. Whether you're talking about free agency having money to spend you're talking about a higher draft pick than you. Normally have you're talking about it a team that in my opinion is just a few players away from being even more of a Super Bowl contender than they were already considered before they came into the season. So is a Steeler Steeler. Suitable window closing maybe closing is a closed. Absolutely. Not not in my opinion is the Steelers way broken. Well, if you consider the fact that they're not winning then. Yeah, I guess it is but to me Steelers ways in about anything other than ws intro Fay's. They've collected some ws and Mike Tomlin's era. But only one trophy they need to get back to that. In the starts with my opinion with the drama leaving team cohesiveness team cohesiveness coming in and being that. Group that we've seen so many times throughout the time throughout everyone's time of being a fan, whether you're young, and you may be started watching the football around two thousand nine when the Steelers want to forty three or whether you're an older fan of witness all those great seventies teams and the dynasty of the nineteen seventies. It doesn't matter. So. With that said like I said these shows are going to be a little bit shorter. I apologize that Lance was able to stay on the show. He's out in California. He was on route home not good down. So we just cut it out. And I did the grades Lance will be back next week. We'll talk about the grades hill answer any questions maybe you might have about the quarterback rating. Grading and stuff like that. Here's what to look forward to already mentioned a couple of times tomorrow night. Steelers preview myself, and Brian will we talk him out the quarterbacks quarterbacks on the roster. What to expect what do we think's going to happen? All that to check us out will be on YouTube in on audio form. And then that's the end of the week next week Monday, Lance will be back talking about Ben Rothlisberger. Should he even get a contract extension? You might be surprised but land says you have to check that out on Monday. Makes you fall all of our audio content on I tunes Google place. Stitch or nineteen Spotify. You name it. If you didn't know we had a YouTube jail. Go there type in BTS's Steelers radio. Give us a subscribe like comment. We appreciate all the help there all the support. So makes you check out behind the steel curtain dot com for your Pittsburgh Steelers needs we're still getting like eight to ten articles a day, it's y'all season. So check that out now because Ed sorry for Lance not being here. Hope you enjoyed the show. We'll see next week for another episode of the standard is a standard. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Tiffany. We're the host of wide you push

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on The Phinsider

The Phinsider

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on The Phinsider

"But you know, they're kind of keeping quiet. They're laying low you don't wonder if they're they're reaching out to someone behind back. Yep. I don't know we could. Time will tell we will see the Miami Dolphins not scheduled interview Darren Rizzi until later this week than they will hopefully be able to get a chance to interview Chris Rashard and or Brian floors again, hopefully after their teams lose this weekend. Otherwise, if one or both of them win they interview them again until after the conference championship game whether or not the Cowboys and or the patriots win or lose that conference championship game. We'll see what direction the Miami Dolphins going will. Of course, be back with you whenever we come back on the air with the latest coaching updates. And as we move forward as they fill up their staffs. We'll get a better idea of what kind of players this squad might be looking for in the upcoming season. And that's when we get into free agency and draft talk. And that's when it's going to get really interesting as dolphins try to rebuild his team and build a sustainable winner. Any last thoughts out your sign? Go chargers. Yes. F the pats right there, you have it four. Josh how it's errand. And I am thank you for listening to Finsider radio. We will talk to you next time. Radio part of the fix dot com. And the SP should I should. never. The ball. We're always. When you think you're. With. As the greatest wealthy from. Ever on the ground. Anyone using your? Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Tiffany. We're the

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Big Blue View

"That is not enough teams do that. Which is cranberry if you that. Yeah. It's insane. So Patrick Mahomes through into a tight window, which is less than a yard of separation between receiver and defender on twelve point two percent of his passes. That was the third lowest rate in the league. So getting someone who can sling the ball and getting him. These wide open throws is something that really helped the offense. And then when you have a territorial and Travis Kelsey Sammy Watkins on the other side of those throws and that greatly helps the offense. Also, I mean, it certainly helps to have Patrick Mahomes. And I think one other thing is when you look at what the giants are going to do going forward especially at quarterback. I've heard the phrase the Kansas City plan ally where you draft a quarterback in wet him sip behind the veteran for a year, it sure that works. But the reason I think that works to the point did in Kansas City is because they had Patrick behold, if the Kansas City plan was with Mitchell Trubisky the chiefs aren't what the chiefs are. I think having Patrick Mahomes and having that scheme for him is what made the Kansas City plan work the way it did. So just sitting a guy for a year behind. Eli is also not just magically going to work because you sat him for a year. No. Something I've been saying I have literally lost count of the number of times. I've I have said this in posts in comments, and all that tweets all that coaching matters at the NFL level coaching matters as much as much if not more than personnel because there really isn't a huge Gulf between an average team in Greek team or a bad team in an average team so much of it is the coaches which coaches can put their consistently put their players in position to succeed. And also keep them out of positions where they will fail. And that's something. Andy Reid is great at something Bill. Bella check is absolutely phenomenal ad and has been since he was the giants defensive coordinator. Yeah. And zoo, I think. We'll we'll just see how that goes. I think keeping both of those ideas in mind going forward as the giants figure out what is offense is going to next year. It's going to be important, and you just your offense doesn't just look like Kansas City because you kind of followed their steps. So when I hear the Kansas City plan at quarterback if you hear that what the alarm bells go off to know. There was a little more to that. Then just letting Patrick Mahomes. Sippy hind Alex Smith for a year is Andy Reid or Sean McVay coming over with this plan. Yeah. Right. That that's just something to keep in mind as all of this goes forward, and as we look at these lessons, not everything is going to work for every team. But I think in general a lot of these are are just kind of guidelines you can look at and hope that there's something were in that that the giants can follow going forward. So I think that's going to be all for this show. Please subscribe to this podcast wherever you find your podcast rate in review that does help us read or work at big we've you dot com. Focus on all the social media sites. And all of those things will be back later in the week with with our draft show. We only have a couple positions left there and will really start getting into things like the senior bowl, and then really diving into these Braff prospects. So we'll be back with that on Friday. Thank you guys for listening, and we will talk to you again soon. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Tiffany. We're the host of wide you push that button verges show about all the choices technology forces us to make where back for season three about questions. Like, why do you do at your? And why do you type in lower case letters that make you seem like a serial killer? Why are you on an exclusive dating app, you're not that special? We're really seeing a new episode every Wednesday, and you can find this anywhere you typically find podcast, which is podcasts Suge has podcast. So go ahead and subscribe and check us out.

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

Bolts from the Blue

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue

"He needed some time. He just kept like. Just buying time. By fleeing the pocket of the pocket and was able to make a play that was like a big big time play a tyro handed in everything. And then the DV comes out knocks away. You could tell his you can he knows that he'd goofed on that one. But that was that was a hell of a play. Rivers ran lighted animal today. Yeah. That that of first down run that he had that was like his longest of the season. That's so bad, man. He I, but he got up like civil the first now my favorite play that I saw rivers today was. The ravens pointed out of their own Izzo. And it looked like the ball landed like well-short midfield and rivers has his hand up. It is running down spotting or the ball out of bounds. I laughed my ass without so funny to me he's like constantly talking shifts all the people, and you know, it has to get under your like, it has on your nerves you that would bother me so much of may said that that like match you hit and he got hurt and rivers told him. That's what should get like that guy. I can only imagine how he is in practice or what I wonder what he's like does. He talk shit to his kids like imagine him. Just just giving him. You know, he's got material because he has a damn houseful. But of that guy, I can only imagine. Get see the patriots have on defense. Just Macoris the other corner. He's older. Yeah. Outside of Gilmore. They should have some some success for sure Democrats questionable. That's interesting. But if you just look at their listen to these names do any of these names sound like sound like they like their athletic trae flowers is very good pass rusher Lawrence guy. Hello balkan. Brown was good run. Sabir a Dietrich wise, not fast, not like athletic won't give you problems, Colvin noise. More like of a smart kind of guy. I don't think Landon Roberts is fast. I know down to Hightower is not fast and then Patrick Chung. Who is good? But I feel like I mean, he's he's good. We'll leave it at that. And then of course, he's not fast Devin mccourty is questionable. He's very good. Cephlon gilmore. Yeah. They're just like a like a Bill Bill. Check defense smart guys know how to play but you can beat them in. It's it's been happening. The patriots have not to play anybody. So. An issue will be stopping James Devlin hunt shorted out or and go on. We'll get a lot of convergence for them. So the pair wanna patriots best plays though is like. The quarterback sneak is like their their their main short short play. Tom Brady's like a hundred percent on on those. I don't know. What what do you think? What what would be your prediction for next week? I I really do think that they're gonna win. Just like I thought they're gonna win to Ma today. Tomorrow. I think the real problem will be the following week. And doesn't matter who they play either of those other teams whether it's the culture chiefs. I think that's gonna be a showdown for sure. But obviously you've gotta get there. I know I think we're good here guys. A ravens not much of a fight a came back late. So made it seem closer than it is. But don't forget man, they made a lot of plays where the game should know. Should not have been this close at all, man. That's just what the charges do. They like to make it. Interesting cannot do that against the team like the patriots. So can continue to make mistakes. Whatever may be offense defense saying bounds. Getting the first down making kicks back on putting the ball over ten yards. But oh Oh, well. well, man move on. Winter's win. We will be back next Sunday hoping a take care guys. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Disney. We're the host of wide you push that button verges show

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Byron sharing the sentiment that it does not matter who the Cowboys play next week in the divisional round. He did say he was gonna watch on Sunday. So we'll see what happens. But that about does it. And again the Cowboys getting the win twenty four to twenty two over the Seattle Seahawks. And I you know, I think that a lot of people expected this. I think a lot of people certainly wanted this. But it doesn't take away from how special it is. Look this team was three and five three and five and they had lost at home Monday night football to the Tennessee titans. They were three and five. And here we are Christmas is coming on thanksgiving New Year's they went ten six. They wanna play off game. They're a game away from the NFC championship game play from the Super Bowl. Hey, man, anything. I mean, if if if you need a season to prove that anything can happen, look, no further than the two thousand eighteen Dallas Cowboys, I should say happy new year to you. If. Haven't spoken to you since January first happened and hope you enjoyed this game. Hope you had a great time wherever you want it if you had to watch party if you were at AT and T stadium. Hope you enjoyed it. You know, I've been kind of closing thoughts. Because like I said we were recording this from AT stadium. And there's only one way that there would be another game here this season. And it's if the Cowboys and eagles were to both make it to the NFC championship game. And as stressful as that would be you can imagine it will be cool. And that would mean that the title game would be played at AT and T stadium. But I think that I speak for all of us. Maybe when I say that that's probably doubtful. The very least on the eagles side of things. And so it's likely if not probable that this is the last Dallas Cowboys game at home this season. And if we don't hear from you, again, if if this is the last July, we listen to this season, whatever the case may be, you know, it's just football is awesome in football. Great. And these are the days and the nights and the moments and the games that we miss, you know, when it gets to March, and you're trying to get into the NBA or you're trying to, you know, follow spring training or you're trying to do whatever. And you're just aching for NFL football when it's July and you're counting down the days till the Cavs Oxnard. You know, these are the moments these days, these are the games that you miss these the crazy times, and I just wanna say, I'm really grateful. I'm really grateful to have experienced it and to experienced it along with you. And I appreciate all of you listening and tweeting and messaging and chatting and whatnot. It's been fun. It's been a fun ride. And I know I'm grateful that we get to keep it going for at least another week. So let's let's make a good one. We will be back on Sunday in the evening for a normal live episode of Ocho live. If your podcasts, obviously, you can listen at your own convenience. Enjoy your weekend. And enjoy your week the Cowboys headed to the divisional round. We'll find out who they play soon enough. We will see you Magnon. My friends is always from AT and T stadium. Go Cowboys and south. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Tiffany. We're the host of wide you push that button. The virgin show about all the technology forces us to make we're back for season three about questions. Like, why do you do at your? And why do you type in lower case letters that make you seem like a serial killer? Why are you on an exclusive dating app? That's. That's. We're really seeing a new episode everyone's day, and you can find this anywhere you typically find podcast, which is podcasts Suge podcast podcast. So go ahead. And subscribe and check us out.

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"No, I am going to go with the Cowboys win. And I think that I think that AT and T stadium is going to be nuts for this game. Hoping. I really I really do think they are going to be going crazy in there. I really think that they're going to to score twenty eight points in this game. I think it's going to be twenty eight to twenty four and the Cowboys are going to be going onto the divisional round of the playoffs. Connor. You know, you want to turn against the draft season. Connor. All right. The Cowboys are gonna win. Thirty one twenty six and the only reason I'm saying that because if they don't win. This podcast is history. Because you're never going to hear from me again. Mean Cole can take care of it. All. I just the three pieces just history because it's going to be two piece because you're never gonna hear from me again. So we'll we'll replace you. Okay. Or you plus me dog, and this is why hate you? But. I think they went thirty one twenty six. I think it's a close game game. I just don't think this Seattle offense is going to do. What they want with this Cowboys defense. I think that they've gotten beat up a little bit these last few weeks, and I think yes, the giants put up a lot of points on last week. But I just think that they had they had cashed in you know, we'd heard DeMarcus talk about you know, he won't plan in the fourth quarter. I think they knew it steak, and they knew how they could relax a little bit. Don't think that happens this week. They come out. I'm not going to say that they're going to be you know, sack and Russell Wilson left. And right. But I think they put enough pressure on him where he does make a mistake or to which he normally does not I think they do put that pressure on him. He makes a mistake or two. I think the Cowboys scores in defense scores. Another touchdown this week. I think they end up, you know, playing well in office. I think we saw some things last week that should give us some signs of encouragement, whether it's you know, GAC or Garrett or smarter having some say in the play calling whatever it was that. I can't see they go away from that. So getting titans more involved keeping the. RPO action going. I think it's going to happen. I think they come out on top Cowboys win. That's that's a three piece. We all three said they were going to win. So if they don't I don't know blame Dalton. Blamed thing, we should Blaine dawn blame me. All I don't know. Just, but if if they do win, you know who to give credit to so if you are going to the game on Saturday, please wear white. It is a whiteout accord, according to, you know, the high up officials, so we're white be loud. Be quiet when the Cowboys have the ball. I want to be able to hear a pin drop in that stadium. When they're in the huddle when they are calling plays. It should be silent. When Seattle has the ball is should be chaotic be loud. Be proud. While card weekend. Baby. Let's do this Cowboys nation. Let's do this. We're talking star. We hope that we will come back next week and be very very happy. I'm Connor don't. And with me. We're talking to star. We'll see you guys next time. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Disney. We're the host of wide you push that button verges

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"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"ashleigh carmen" Discussed on Big Blue View

"And that was Jeff Matthews who ended up playing in the NFL for a little bit. But has had a long career in Canada. And he actually in my opinion. He outplayed Jimmy Garoppolo that year in SRI game to recall him was another one saw him in saw his skill set was like this dude can legit play anywhere. Not saw him as a junior at the celebration bowl. And I was like you guys is legit saw him in all star game in told people about to recall and told people about his skill set in next thing, you know, he goes to the bears in then he blows up. So it's going to always be someone in. I love the fact that I can end people. Thank you just say that because you wanna be out there. I but not. Guy is performing tweet a take out in in posted. A scout report or hosted interview how I'm saying what PJ hall who ended up going to set it round to the raiders out of Sam Houston state. No one is funny. When I go to these all star games. No one knows who these small school guys are accept me. But when they make the impact in the NFL now, everyone has to go in find information about these players in the end up pulled up with scowl report. I had or interview or tweet. So I I like the fact that these games give these guys chance to compete 'cause you always wanna see how can a guy like Tae Davis who I knew well at Chatanooga, how can he translate to the NFL if we'd never see him around guys that are gonna be playing in the NFL? So that's why these smaller all star games that have a good mix of F B S prospects and small school prospects gives these guys a great platform to showcase their skills. Level does translate in a canned project forward to next level. So 'em, go ahead and. Tell people where they can find all the various the various football game plan work that you're putting together when it could always follow me on Twitter at f- ball game plan number one in make sure you subscribe to the football game plan network, which is located at YouTube dot com slash football game plan. That's where you're gonna see all of the videos that are just gonna stop pouring out on that on that YouTube channel. Subscribe you get a nice little alert in your inbox. That says he knew video has been posted. And here's what it is. And you get to see the interviews draft content. All this up in always bookmark our website football game plan dot com. M? Thank you very much. I'm sure that you know, after your your tour of some of these smaller all star games comes to an end. Maybe we'll check back with you. Get get a few a few thoughts on some guys who who really impressed you? So we'll we'll talk to you soon. Thank you very much for spending a few minutes with me. Appreciate it. Thank you, man, anytime. No problem. Alright giants fans that was Emory hunt of football game plan, and that pretty much brings an end to our first Valentine's views podcast of two thousand and nineteen. As always we. Thank you for listening. And we'll talk to you again soon. Bye. Bye new. Hello. I'm Ashleigh Carmen. I'm Caitlyn Tiffany. We're the host of wide you push that

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Why'd You Push That Button returns for a third season

podnews

01:50 min | 3 years ago

Why'd You Push That Button returns for a third season

"In the latest pod news, hey, there this is Ashleigh, Carmen. This is Caitlin. Tiffany, we host. Why'd you? I? That button the verge show about all the decisions. Technology forces us to make you push that button. A podcast, examines the way technology influences are thinking, changes are behavior affect. Our social lives is returning for a third series. Why bother with podcasting when you can just Facebook live, Paul Culligan checks the stats, average consumption for podcasting, he discovers his much much better. Facebook is making TV show with Jessica Bill based on line town. Bill is playing the part of Lima haddock the podcasts host and journalist in Los Angeles, New fronts, west contained announcements from the Los Angeles Times and Gandhari media group about new podcast from them. Poltrak heaven ounce, their top US podcast publishers for September twenty eighteen the listing for this American life and cereal is up seventeen million, which would indicate that. Cereal which launched on September. Twentieth is responsible for about one point, seven million downloads at day. The third coast international audio festival have posted the winners of their awards. One of the most talked about podcasts. He recorded a podcast movement. Whiskey cast has announced a partnership with premium Irish whiskey, brand writers, tears. The company will sponsor a section of the podcast for the next year planet podcasting, Australia's largest independent podcast network has signed with TRITON digital to deliver and monetize that podcast content and a Sifi audio. Drama tides is currently raising money for a second series through indigo,

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