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Fresh update on "barclay" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:02 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "barclay" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"That's Lakers radio step back jumper late third quarter gave LeBron 38,388 points Kareem was at the game he was part of a ten minute ceremony that followed the milestone as for the Knicks they trailed most of the night in Orlando, but some Jalen Brunson, heroics down the stretch. He scored to put the Knicks ahead, he set up Jericho Sims for another basket, and then made four free throws to clinch the Nick victory one O two 98, 6 or 16 and 11 on the road, and they'll be in Philadelphia on Friday at Barclay's another home loss to the nets despite another big game from cam Thomas, averages 9 points a game, but scored 43 on the 21 year old Thomas becomes the youngest NBA history to have three straight games of four or more but Phoenix beat the nets one 16 one 12 Kyrie Irving expected to debut for Dallas tonight took a shot at the net said he always felt very disrespected during his time in Brooklyn. For the islanders the debut of the recently acquired Bo horvat, his goal capped the scoring of four zero win over Seattle, another disappointing loss for St. John's fell by two at butler and now just four in ten of the Big E's Rutgers lost at Indiana 66

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German Stock Exchange Boerse Stuttgarts Digital Business Gets New Boost

Finance Magnates

04:31 min | Last week

German Stock Exchange Boerse Stuttgarts Digital Business Gets New Boost

"7 p.m. Friday January 27th, 2023. German stock exchange bore Stuttgart's digital business gets new boost. LTP GT bore Stuttgart, Germany's second largest lotta ref cop finance magnates Doc cultures to kick exchange aquatic class quarters main interim quote it caught 7 65 D.C. one C 8 6 5 D four 9 B 98 four one two 6 two 5 8 D FF three 7 7 target quote Blanco stock exchange tag has. Strengthened its digital business with additional investment from Tokyo based. Financial services firm, SBI group, and digital publisher, axel Springer. Bors announced on Friday that both firms are now completely committed to its digital. Business dot LTP GT LTP GT under its digital business, the German stock exchange offers treating. And crypto custody solutions to institutional clients. It also offers retail crypto trading via the finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency exchange versus stud gartin solar is bank to develop crypto exchange aquatic target quad Blanco real quad follow quad BIS tech app which was that finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency guard Barclays bank la testa institutions to a crypto quote target quad Blanco quote follow caught launched. In 2019 tagged LTP GT LTP GT in a Friday statement, bore Stuttgart, which is the 6th largest exchange group in Europe, disclosed that it intends to organize all its digital activities under a new arm to be called borscht Stuttgart digital, which will be launched in the future dot LTP GT LTP GT speaking in the statement. Doctor Matthias vocal CEO of bourse Stuttgart. Group expressed excitement at the new investment, adding that both axel Springer and little Tahrir dot finance magnates dot com be group what target quad blank what real quad follow Cortes BI group tag shared the company's growth. Ambition LTP GT LTP GT the fact that axel Springer and SBI group are expanding there. Strategic partnership with Bohr Stuttgart group underlines their trust. In the digital business of our group as a regulated player, DR Christian ricken, chairman of the executive committee of Boris Stuttgart. Group further added dot LTP GT LTP GT watch the recent FML S 22 session on retail and institutional trading dot LTP GT LTP GT bore Stuttgart expands BI SON LTP LTP GT meanwhile, axel Springer, and SBI groups expanded investment in boar Stuttgart comes almost two months after the stock exchange increased bisons. Digital asset portfolio to 17 little tariffs that finance magnates that country of cryptocurrency is quote class quarter of skin dairy term. It quacks zero 9-1-1 zero one E 6 C zero two four B three 6 8 8 zero E 7 C 9 7 two D F D 6 target called cryptocurrency asset, with the addition of 7 new. Coins the new cryptocurrencies added were AL geo algorithm, San sandbox. Man a decentral land, Matic polygon and doge. Dogecoin. LTP GT LTP GT in a statement. Doctor early sponsor, who doubles as the chief digital. Officer of Boris Stuttgart group and the CEO of bison, noted that the company. Remains committed to offering its customers the safe, reliable environment to. Trade and store their cryptocurrencies dot LTP LTP T meanwhile, and may last year, flay text degiro, a Germany based online. Securities broker diversified into crypto trading, providing initial access to. Digital asset trading to its customers via bore Stuttgart's bison app. The broker also onboard the services of block knocks, another bore stut darts. Subsidiary to custody its clients digital assets dot LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon Aleppo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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"barclay" Discussed on Finance Magnates

Finance Magnates

04:04 min | Last month

"barclay" Discussed on Finance Magnates

" 10 p.m. Friday, December 30th, 2022. Nomura's Tim Albers rejoins Barclays as head of FX strat structuring. LTP class Guatemala normal textile justify British universal bank. Barclays has. Hired Tim Albers, Nomura's former head of FX stricturing, AEJ, as its head of FX. Strats and structuring AEJ Albers left his role at Nomura after over 13 and a half years. LTP GTL TP class guitar normal quarter executive, who boasts of about 15. Years of industry experience, previously worked as a four X executive at Barclays. Capital between October 2008 and May 2009. He first joined the British company in October. 2008, after spending a year and 5 months as a Forex analyst at Lehman Brothers LTP GTL TP class guide MSO normal quat Albert joined Nomura in June 2009 as. Executive director of FX structuring and later became the executive director of FX options. Trading, Singapore, before becoming the head of FX structuring, AEJ. The executive holds a master of science degree in finance from the London school of economics and political science LTP GTL TPG GT check out the recent finance magnate summit 2022 session on what it means to hire financial professionals in today a past world LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal textile and justifiable Barclays and namier pas hires in recent months class what MSO normal quad over. The past several months, Barclays has made a number of appointments, including the ref cops dot finance magnates dot com executive asimov's Barclays Pixar river asco head off a gene quad theory. Of airflow tagged as co head of in Europe, Middle East and Africa, dot finance magnates dot com executive asimov's Ben Parkinson become as automation sale shed at Barclays subsidiary Iroquois. Promotion of Ben Parkinson will tag from managing director to head of global FinTech. An FX automation sales at Barclays corporate amp investment bank and the tahr coifs dot finance magnates dot com executive esmo chase Emma joins Barclays ashdod markets for Asia Pacific world selection. Of Hossein zamel tagged as the head of markets for the Asia Pacific region LTP GTL TP classwide MSO normal quad additionally, Nomura recently dot finance magnates dot com executive asimov's namur names Patrick's new group CEO quote. Patrick Eldridge will tagged as its new group chief information officer in a Tokyo based role. On the contrary, Ian. Daniels, a sales veteran Olaf coughed out finance magnates dot com executive essays veterani and Danielle's least namier Forbes partners quote left. Nominal tagged in late. September to join BCG partners as the global head of fenix NDF. LTP GTL TP class guite MSO normal quat meanwhile, Nomura. Singapore earlier in the year old ahrefs dot finance magnates dot com executive esmo sonami raising a pork picked anti Haas chairman quote tap pointed. Ten T whole tagged as the chairman of its board of directors. The subsidiary firm also chose how as chairman of the audit committee of Nomura, Asia Pacific holdings. House appointment came after Michael Lim stepped down from both positions LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal caught furthermore. No more dot finance magnates dot com executive asimov's namira point saying what if investment management and femara Costco feared? Robert Starkel tagged as the firm's head of investment management in the Americas earlier in the year LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon ala de popo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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Nomuras Tim Albers Rejoins Barclays as Head of FX Strats  Structuring

Finance Magnates

04:04 min | Last month

Nomuras Tim Albers Rejoins Barclays as Head of FX Strats Structuring

"10 p.m. Friday, December 30th, 2022. Nomura's Tim Albers rejoins Barclays as head of FX strat structuring. LTP class Guatemala normal textile justify British universal bank. Barclays has. Hired Tim Albers, Nomura's former head of FX stricturing, AEJ, as its head of FX. Strats and structuring AEJ Albers left his role at Nomura after over 13 and a half years. LTP GTL TP class guitar normal quarter executive, who boasts of about 15. Years of industry experience, previously worked as a four X executive at Barclays. Capital between October 2008 and May 2009. He first joined the British company in October. 2008, after spending a year and 5 months as a Forex analyst at Lehman Brothers LTP GTL TP class guide MSO normal quat Albert joined Nomura in June 2009 as. Executive director of FX structuring and later became the executive director of FX options. Trading, Singapore, before becoming the head of FX structuring, AEJ. The executive holds a master of science degree in finance from the London school of economics and political science LTP GTL TPG GT check out the recent finance magnate summit 2022 session on what it means to hire financial professionals in today a past world LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal textile and justifiable Barclays and namier pas hires in recent months class what MSO normal quad over. The past several months, Barclays has made a number of appointments, including the ref cops dot finance magnates dot com executive asimov's Barclays Pixar river asco head off a gene quad theory. Of airflow tagged as co head of in Europe, Middle East and Africa, dot finance magnates dot com executive asimov's Ben Parkinson become as automation sale shed at Barclays subsidiary Iroquois. Promotion of Ben Parkinson will tag from managing director to head of global FinTech. An FX automation sales at Barclays corporate amp investment bank and the tahr coifs dot finance magnates dot com executive esmo chase Emma joins Barclays ashdod markets for Asia Pacific world selection. Of Hossein zamel tagged as the head of markets for the Asia Pacific region LTP GTL TP classwide MSO normal quad additionally, Nomura recently dot finance magnates dot com executive asimov's namur names Patrick's new group CEO quote. Patrick Eldridge will tagged as its new group chief information officer in a Tokyo based role. On the contrary, Ian. Daniels, a sales veteran Olaf coughed out finance magnates dot com executive essays veterani and Danielle's least namier Forbes partners quote left. Nominal tagged in late. September to join BCG partners as the global head of fenix NDF. LTP GTL TP class guite MSO normal quat meanwhile, Nomura. Singapore earlier in the year old ahrefs dot finance magnates dot com executive esmo sonami raising a pork picked anti Haas chairman quote tap pointed. Ten T whole tagged as the chairman of its board of directors. The subsidiary firm also chose how as chairman of the audit committee of Nomura, Asia Pacific holdings. House appointment came after Michael Lim stepped down from both positions LTP GTL TP class what MSO normal caught furthermore. No more dot finance magnates dot com executive asimov's namira point saying what if investment management and femara Costco feared? Robert Starkel tagged as the firm's head of investment management in the Americas earlier in the year LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon ala de popo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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A look at the top Sports stories

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

A look at the top Sports stories

"Hate these sports I'm David Schuster Thursday Night Football saw the Jacksonville Jaguars defeat the New York Jets 19 three, Mike Moriarty has more. Jack's quarterback Trevor Lawrence knew for 229 yards and rushed for 51 scoring the loan Jacksonville touched out on the night. Jags office propelled by receiver Evan anchor who had 7 grams for a 113 yards. Jets fans spent the first two and a half quarters booing their team, especially Zach Wilson, who completed this 9 passes. Those boos turned to cheers as former practice squad member Chris dreyer relieved Wilson in the third. For the jets it was their third straight loss, falling to a record of 78. Other NFL news Gardner minshew starts at quarterback for Philadelphia Saturday against Dallas and Tyler Huntley starts a QB for Baltimore against Atlanta. One college game on Thursday, it was air force doubling up Baylor 30 to 15 in the armed forces bowl, bob Stephens with more. Air force limited Baylor at a 236 total yards, just 48 yards rushing, the falcon scored 21 consecutive points in the second half to put the game away. Air force quarterback physique Daniels accounted for two touchdowns, one passing one rushing, running back Brad Roberts scored two short touchdown runs for the falcons while Blake shapen through a pair of touchdown passes for Baylor, NBA, New Orleans got 40 points from CJ McCollum one 26 one 17 over San Antonio and Utah one 21 12 over Washington, NHL Barclay goodrow with a goal and two assists as the New York rangers made it 8 wins in 9 games, beating the islanders 5 to three. Over the last three, four weeks our game is transformed into the way we kind of envisioned it to start the year. I think we're playing way more consistent. Like you said, finding ways to win. And Jordan stahl had a goal as Carolina wanted 7th in a row four three over Pittsburgh. The depth and his team for sure is really shine through. I think a lot of guys have really stepped up and played some great hockey and bigger men in some bigger roles. And yeah, we kind of just been staying with it and trusting our game. Baseball news and arbitrator has reduced the suspension of Trevor Bauer, meaning he can be reinstated. I'm David Shuster, AP sports.

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Kakko scores late to lead Rangers to 5-3 win over Islanders

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Kakko scores late to lead Rangers to 5-3 win over Islanders

"Carpal caco is called the tie breaking goal with two 47 remaining as the rangers went on to beat the islanders 5 to three. Barclay goodrow had a goal and two assists as the rangers won for the 8th time in 9 games. Over the last three, four weeks our game is transformed into the way we kind of envisioned it to start the year. I think we're playing way more consistent. Like you said, finding ways to win. Anders Lee scored his 11th for the aisles who managed just 18 shots on goal, they have dropped 5 of 6. Mike mancuso, New York

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 Vesey, Goodrow lead Rangers to 3-1 win over Senators

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Vesey, Goodrow lead Rangers to 3-1 win over Senators

"Ryan lindgren set up each rangers goal in a three one downing of the senators. Jimmy vesey opened the scoring midway through the first period. Barclay goudreau doubled the blue shirts lead midway through the second and Chris kreider provided the insurance tally with 7 O one remaining. Yaroslav halak stopped 34 shots in helping the rangers into three game skid. Until Shane Pinto, tally late in the second period. New York improved to 11 9 and four, the Sens ended a two game winning streak and fell to 8 13 and one. I'm Dave ferry.

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Zibanejad scores twice in 700th game as Rangers pound Wings

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Zibanejad scores twice in 700th game as Rangers pound Wings

"The rangers exploded for 6 goals in the third period to beat the red wings 8 to two 7 different rangers collected at least two points with Adam Fox providing a goal and two assists We played well You know I think we got to the neck got some dirty goals got some rebound goals and four checked all costs turnovers Mika's advantage had a pair of goals for the blue shirts who were tied at two after 40 minutes The game turned into a route after Fox Barclay goodrow Savannah jad and Julian gautier scored in a two 57 span of the final period I'm Dave ferry

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Rodrigues, Georgiev lead Avalanche past Rangers, 3-2 in SO

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Rodrigues, Georgiev lead Avalanche past Rangers, 3-2 in SO

"The Colorado avalanche won a goal tend to duel of ex teammates with a three two shootout win over the rangers Alexander Giorgio playing his first game back at Madison Square Garden made 44 saves plus three more in the shootout to beat Igor shish turkey to stop 42 shots along with another two in the shootout It doesn't get much better than type shoot out where And the building the building is awesome brought a lot of good memories But for me it was just playing the game and letting it come to you Kevin Rodriguez scored the decisive goal in round four of the shootout The avalanche twice had one goal leads and tallies by Valerie nachos and Logan O'Connor But the rangers answer with goals by Barclay goodrow and Adam Fox Tom Arian New York

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Giants rally from 10 down, top Ravens 24-20 on Barkley's run

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Giants rally from 10 down, top Ravens 24-20 on Barkley's run

"The Giants are now 5 and one after a come from behind 24 to 20 win over the ravens Trailing by ten giants QB Daniel Jones to a touchdown pass to Daniel Bellinger then after a mishandled snap ravens QB Lamar Jackson was intercepted by Julian love who returned the ball to the Baltimore 13 yard line Where a team that will bring a team into the fourth quarter and make key plays and key situations to win the games So thankfully we pay this game We made this game out against a really good team Say corn Barclays TD dive one 43 remaining completed the comeback The ravens all three and three Mike mancuso east Rutherford New Jersey

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Jones injures ankle in Giants' 20-12 victory over Bears

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Jones injures ankle in Giants' 20-12 victory over Bears

"The Giants used their running game to beat the bears 20 to 12 Saquon Barkley rushed for 146 yards to lead the ground assault but it was quarterback Daniel Jones who found the end zone with runs of 21 and 8 yards for the only touchdowns of the game as the Giants raised their record to three and one for the first time since they won their last Super Bowl 11 years ago It feels good We got a Gritty tough group of guys who want to compete and fight for 60 minutes So like you said it hadn't been perfect There's a lot of things we're still working to clean up Joan suffered an ankle injury in the third quarter his replacement Tyrod Taylor was also hurt forcing Barclay to take a lot of key fourth quarter snaps at quarterback Tommy I am east Rutherford

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 Queen attends horse show in first public appearance in weeks

AP News Radio

00:01 sec | 9 months ago

Queen attends horse show in first public appearance in weeks

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Mayor Excuses NYC Athletes, Performers From Vaccine Mandate

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 11 months ago

Mayor Excuses NYC Athletes, Performers From Vaccine Mandate

"Do you know that the mayor of New York upholding the vaccine mandate for private employers in the city? Has decided to exempt from the vaccine mandate, got to have a vaccine in order to work in a private company in New York City. City employees have been fired. Many hundreds are out of work. Healthcare workers, cops, people worked in the fire department. Police department, city of New York, they're out of work. You know who doesn't have to abide by the vaccine mandate now? Millionaire athletes and performers. I'm not kidding you, the mayor of New York has waved his magic COVID wand and because Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving wasn't being allowed to play home games at the Barclays center, the mayor has now exempted performers and athletes from the New York City vaccine mandate requirement. So the usher making $12 an hour at the Barclays center, the guy who pours the beer and takes the tickets, he either has to get the vaccine or get fired. But superstar Kyrie Irving because he is a superstar and he's worth a lot of money. He's now exempt

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Wild edge Rangers 3-2 to spoil Lundqvist jersey retirement

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Wild edge Rangers 3-2 to spoil Lundqvist jersey retirement

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Fox lifts Rangers past Kings 3-2 in SO

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Fox lifts Rangers past Kings 3-2 in SO

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Rangers sit atop NHL after Kreider, Strome help beat Oilers

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Rangers sit atop NHL after Kreider, Strome help beat Oilers

"Ryan Ryan Strome Strome had had a a goal goal and and two two assists assists to to lead lead the the Rangers Rangers to to a a four four one one victory victory over over the the Edmonton Edmonton with with three three straight straight wins wins the the Rangers Rangers are are tied tied with with Washington Washington for for the the most most points points in in the the league league at at forty forty eight eight Alexei Alexei laughing laughing yeah yeah Barclay Barclay Goodrow Goodrow and and Chris Chris Kreider Kreider with with this this twentieth twentieth also also scored scored Adam Adam fox fox added added a a couple couple of of assists assists Alexander Alexander Georgiev Georgiev made made thirty thirty three three saves saves to to earn earn the the win win Ryan Ryan McLeod McLeod scored scored for for the the Oilers Oilers who who had had just just won won twice twice in in the the last last twelve twelve games games the the NHL's NHL's leading leading scorer scorer at at Minton's Minton's kind kind of of a a David David was was held held scoreless scoreless might might make make you you so so New New York York

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"barclay" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Think it's like instead of everything going through her is that everything can go through her? I think that's a big, big difference. And she can drop into a deep left, not quite at left back, but she can drop into a deep left position, create an outlet for the left back. She can do the same with the center back. She can then do the same thing higher up the pitch. She's got great chemistry and with their super close. And I think her in a midfield she just kind of like, you know when you have like the square pegs in square holes kind of thing. She's like any pagan anymore. She's like, she can mold into the pigs scenario needs. Yeah, all the pecs but she can mold into any scenario depending on where she is on the pitch and create an problem solve. She's essentially a problem solve anywhere on the planet. And she's wanted to play. It's like, if you're going to the men's game as well, you know, when you watch Pogba in ozil and players like that like going way back like the Real Madrid redondo and people like Gucci drink every time there's a red on them. Honestly, you know when every time they get the ball, it's even when they do it very easy. It just looks it just looks great and it looks beautiful. It looks like they just they're different especially. She's one of those players that you know in which we go and you just said, I'm just going to watch her. She does a little run and then she gets the ball band pops it off by puts it around the corner like clever through the gaps. You know, it's just like, again, I can't wait to see our team's gonna evolve with her in it and hopefully vivi will hang around and who else they're gonna add to that team. You know, obviously Lea coming back would be massive. And have to be fair. Exactly. So I just want to see where we're going to go in how we're going to end up because I can't stop thinking about Chelsea and Barcelona. Are we going to end up getting closer to them now whether we're going to have the players for women to match them up is going to be very difficult but are we going to have the technical and the coaching capability of being able to compete with them? And I think that if that's going to happen, viv has to be there, manor has to be there. Leah has to be there. And I think we need a couple more. So I'm going to be totally honest. I think defensively, defensively, I think there needs a lot more robustness because you've got brilliant players that want to push up the pitch, Kathleen McKay, no merits, but defensively, now you realize that when arsenal lose possession actually, they're really exposed and with Leah Williamson hours like sent back his ambassador issue, lot of will moi look better against Leicester, but it gets Leicester like that's a hard marker. Jim beattie, no pace. So you need to run alongside it that has that. And the experience though. So I think having those two game Chelsea then Barcelona two Champions League finalist. In such quick succession, it kind of gives you a real like fast forward into what we need to do..

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"barclay" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on Ringer FC

"So like, when does this end? Because it's got to be an endpoint, otherwise it's ridiculous. And then secondly, who now is going to wear the armband. I'm probably going to carry Tierney from where he told me. Tavares is now somebody that you're looking at and thinking yet. I like him as well. So is Kieran out and out number one choice. I don't know Ben white. I don't know. I don't see Ben white speaking too much Gabriel. But I also know, we need some yeah, I'm looking at Karen territory simply because of he plays and leads by example. And if he's fit, he probably makes every single team that I pick for arsenal. Simply because of the way he plays. You're hoping that he could steer clear of injuries because if Karen Chan is fit, as good as Tavares is, and he's showing how good it is. We've seen mistakes in certain games. But at the same time, he's somebody that's going to push him, but if we're talking about a captain that we want to look at on the pitch, is not afraid of balling into someone's face and telling them they're not doing this. Then it's probably caring should be there. Do you think he's got big enough personality? He seems quite a quiet guy. Coming from Celtic and captain in Celtic, a massive club. I know that we're talking about Scotland. He knows what it takes to be able to captain a club of stature. He should be a rule that if you have a glass region in the side, they automatically are captain. Captain wait until it's a good job that now arsenal have stopped that tradition that they used to have of the captain deciding whether they have long sleeves or short sleeves. Short sleeves. That's what Tony Adams is doing. They just got the coldest blood. Exactly. James baby..

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Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

"The the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one intense intense interest interest city city rivalry rivalry game game from from the the New New York York Knicks Knicks one one twelve twelve one one ten ten at at the the Barclay Barclay center center James James Johnson Johnson two two free free throws throws with with two two point point two two seconds seconds remaining remaining stop stop the the one one ten ten one one ten ten tie tie to to repel repel the the nets nets to to their their thirteenth thirteenth win win in in their their last last sixteen sixteen games games James James harden harden scored scored thirty thirty four four points points twenty twenty eight eight in in the the first first half half to to lead lead Brooklyn Brooklyn Kevin Kevin Durant Durant picked picked up up for for hard hard in in the the second second half half scoring scoring twenty twenty one one of of his his twenty twenty seven seven points points including including eleven eleven in in the the final final six six minutes minutes of of play play that that included included a a free free throw throw in in a a controversial controversial technical technical foul foul on on the the next next joyous joyous rental rental in in the the final final two two minutes minutes Tom Tom Marion Marion New New York York

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Durant scores 32, Nets hit 22 3s in 117-108 win over Hawks

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Durant scores 32, Nets hit 22 3s in 117-108 win over Hawks

"The nets defeated the hawks one seventeen one await a Barclay center Kevin Durant scored thirty two points which included thirteen during a twenty to four run at the end of the third that turned a tie game into a sixteen point that's lead Brooklyn finished a six game homestand going foreign to James harden who had sixteen points in Wednesday's win says the success is credited to the team's comfort with one another I think it's just a feel for each other honestly by reading your first couple games whatever training camp is whatever preseason this no no was really play hard so you know games counting a matter no you know we got to figure out who's greater wouldn and how can you execute the Andre hunter scored twenty six points for the hawks in the Los Atlanta has now dropped three of their last four games Christian Arnold New York

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Pro-Kyrie Irving, Anti-Vax Protesters Demonstrate at Barclays Center Before Nets Game

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Pro-Kyrie Irving, Anti-Vax Protesters Demonstrate at Barclays Center Before Nets Game

"Thousands of people who are fans of the Brooklyn NBA franchise stormed stormed the Barclays center to protest the vaccine mandate, preventing their star, Kyrie Irving from being able to play. So thousands were breaking through barricades uh oh. Insurrection anyone? NBA fans are livid, taking to the Barclays center where the NBA team, the Brooklyn Nets play. And letting their voices be heard in a volatile way.

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Kyrie Irving will not play or practice with Nets until he's vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Kyrie Irving will not play or practice with Nets until he's vaccinated

"The Brooklyn nets have announced that star guard Kyree Irving will not be allowed to play in any games or practice until he is vaccinated or New York City changes its vaccine mandate I'm in New York long Irving was not permitted to play in any games of the nets home arena the Barclays center without the vaccine but could play on the road he would have been able to practice at the team training center since it is considered a private facility however nets general manager Sean marks said the decision to ban Irving was made by himself and team owner Joe site and was based on what's best for the organization at this time Tom Marion New York

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"barclay" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

Hollyweird Paranormal

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on Hollyweird Paranormal

"Were in a drought. The states on fire. I can think of many reasons to spend three hundred million dollars. I mean i could go and just get coffee for that like honestly there's so many things that could have been that are positives instead of lake. Let's recall it's just such a mess. Like people really alternate. do he. Being told no. And that's just what it really comes down to is like don't tell me no. Don't tell me that. I can't do every single thing that i feel entitled to. What very very power less right now. Trying to get it back in ridiculous ways. But i would also like my money back so he doing our money back well speaking of the work. No transition transition. We're going to go into the better normal massive this hotel. I just want to say that it was very difficult to find stories. I do have one that surfaced by the grace of god. I brought up j. m. moore's book the barclay hotel which is a great read. More really goes in depth with me. Newspaper articles research and history and even the crime of the hotel More also puts on their personal antidotes in regards to like building. And what they think of the history of the building. So more lived in this building of the barklay from two thousand and seven and then moved out for i think two thousand twelve for personal reasons personal reasons it was the ghosts but towards the end of moore's book they described the experiences of living in the hotel as wonderful and also would supernatural expert and spiritual elements to it. There's a lot of ghost stories. Attached to that. And more. And i had been in contact. Because i wanted to get a ghost story. At least you wouldn't from war. And unfortunately i couldn't get that so that was the power no writing the people by. It's currently working on a book. A follow up of just the ghost stories. It's gonna be a second part to the barklay where just going to focus on the paranormal association. Which i'm really excited about. Because i'm really or yeah so i mean i thought it was a really cool thing that were made this first book Just focusing on the history provided with the support of articles and research that he did in regards to the crimes and the deaths connected to the building and His personal experiences along with the films and shows that were shot there so my question to him was. Can you at least tell me if w author phipps at his poor dog petty halls of this hotel so for those who are not as no. You're with w author felt. He was a very wealthy elderly man. Who actually of lived in the hotel Threat the last years of his life he was a bit of a recluse in a way they called him. The ghost of via hotel aka barklay. Because he you know sequestered himself in his loving borders. He was in fear of the black hands. He felt like people route to get him and his money. And unfortunately nineteen eleven. He passed away of psoriasis. Before his passing teddy his dog was also killed in front of the hotel. I it was. Yes the poor dog was. I think he was in the way of marble that was on top of a truck in. It's kind of crushed to death. I wrong i would have to go back in my research. But i know that teddy did die on the property of the hotel. And is it possible to teddy and phipps roam the halls. We're gonna have to find out. They fund j. m. worst second book of the barklay and those stories connected and teddy had his own headstone made for yes. He had a customer casket and they were taken to phipps ranch for burial so it was. It was such a sad story to hear about phipps and his dog teddy. At my biggest question is do they roam the halls. So i contacted the hotel to ask to speak with the site manager only to have a date and time scheduled and then soon when that daytime arrived i was greeted with The message that the site manager had suffered a will suffering from cova and was eagles interview but his assistant was able to answer any questions that i had and we were. So we're going to postpone the interview for. I think the next two and a half weeks. And i said no. Actually we have to record this episode. The saturday can new at least Share with me any personal experiences of the paranormal and he goes stories. You might have things that occur to you that you witness at were unexplainable and i quote and i wrote this down. This is according to him. I quote. I have had a few experiences here that i don't wish to have posted in a newspaper or on the radio referring to the podcast. All i can say is that i've I've experienced things. Here that are very personal and unexplainable and so in some big way. I feel like he was saying there. Are things here that we cannot explain that it happened. But i don't know if he's confirming that a hotel aka the apartments of the barklay are haunted but to me but there is one listener. Who message me awhile ago. When they saw us post about the farc play she message me. Wanna use her name She said that she had an uncle who was working security for one of the shows. That was being shot. There's more very small world so when the show wrapped according to her uncle said that He was doing his final walkthrough on after everybody left to make sure that no one seat behind that everything was locked up and he heard what sounded like commotion. Coming from. One of the floors team went to go up and investigate it. Nissan a shadowy figure and at first he thought it was someone from the through probably up something or maybe just wandering around but he noticed that one. He didn't hear footsteps into he could kind of see through the shadowy figure. That was something that.

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"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"The it's nick costas and ken barclay on you better. You bet from up rick. More.

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"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"It's mikasa and ken barclay on you. Better from bacterial. Please your kicks.

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"barclay" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on Ringer FC

"There and everyone's just like i'm going to score a hat trick and i was playing failed and i just remember like thinking hashi. This isn't allow folks. it's fun obviously. It's at my dad. Came for example right. And there's one moment when i like playable out. Wide and then i- sprints against the bugs someone crossed in like reach him for right six seventy odds out goto and it and it went wide lay on the floor in the six yard box at wembley mt like hey was my screaming at carry grounded. Empty wembley stadium. I was just like this should be one of the best days of my life. This fucking sucks. it's anyway we won't six three and some people were very very happy. 'cause they split a hat trick you know. Something is watching the unison. And like i say it's a great occasion especially kids you can. Eight are continuous screaming. They love the senior. Youtube is the scene francis in popstars and not seen people who are really taking it. Serious i tell you what role ryan you'd you. You get those headlights because what happens. Is that the noise you go out. And all of a sudden is a noise. You're on the pitch and he's happening. This is what is love like normal guy on or go to plays to see is to win the going out into that kind of arena. What that feels like. It's very easy when you sit in your home or in the and hammer people but when you're on there it becomes real very very quickly it. I remember i would like to. It's just doing anything. And there's no one that. I played aside football by war on the displays disciplines. Pitch is Huge for being honest wasn't the best. Nick you pass. No your best known as the on the pitch ryan before you went sexually. Seven minutes with the groundsman halftime. He's warring quick. You can let it ride every sunday. With the ringers. Million dollar picks contest on faneuil. Here's how the game works. It's absolutely free to play. Start with a million tokens to place on the spread moneyline or over under across any sunday. Nfl matchup to earn points users. Who earn the most points when your share of five thousand dollars in sight credit. A new contest is every week be shirtless. A bill simmons. Every friday.

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"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"It's nick. Costas and ken barclay on you. Better you bet from beck. Ul wait for it jodi..

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"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on You Better You Bet

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"barclay" Discussed on Geeks in Love

Geeks in Love

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on Geeks in Love

"Barclay luckily won't say going on that one. Maybe do have clear your office. Maybe make a drinking game out of every time someone says queer take shot your ever recognize of might been my cat freeze experiment. No what's the matter iraq or thousands of candidates to pools our. He just loves cats. He's a crazy cat guy. What collecting them.

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"barclay" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Two hundred forty five years. We gave it away. Because it was hours to do so with it's time for us to reclaim it and take it back. But the understand the full path you have to know that freedom back in seventeen seventy six by the way when the founders of this country signed the declaration of independence they did so not necessarily giving us freedom but recognizing that the fact that we had it that it was hours it didn't come from a government they created. It didn't even come from the document. The declaration of independence didn't come from the constitution. It was oh man who gave it to us. Freedom came from god just like it does today see. The truth is and this is why kids aren't taught this anymore in schools. But i've read a couple of really great books on this recently. And i and i recommend some of them here in a little bit but freedom comes from god our true independence can only come from dependence on god. Freedom just isn't possible without him. In fact we see today a system and a of ways that is at risk possible collapse no mistake in fact there are a lot of people that want to see that our rights our freedom they come from god we can only give them away and we did so last year. I never thought. I'd see. And i had conversations with people in our state. High ranking government officials in positions where they said to me. I never thought. I'd see this day where people were begging for the government to take their freedom away in exchange for some sort of facade illusion of security. Keep me safe. Whatever you do at all costs. That was the cry at the beginning of the last fifteen months. So recognizing freedom doesn't come from government but it comes from god and of course our government is set up in a very limited way so the constitution does is it limits. The government's powers. It doesn't limit our freedoms we understand these things. We can understand why we see a situation that they were a system. Just doesn't seem to work at some points. Capitalism in its purest form certainly does we've proven that capitalism's under attack these days because what we've got now isn't pure capitalism in fact we out that moral fabric of our judeo christian values without the foundation we drift further and further away from god and the more broken. The system gets the worst it becomes. What's left in. Its wake is what we see right now this current mode of crony capitalism. Where it's really oligarchy. The few rich the powerful zeh joined the government. They they decide what goes for the masses. Matter fact i'm done with my free fifteen months trial you can take it back. I'm canceling because that's what we had all last year. The rich the wealthy the powerful the elected officials in making decisions about where you could go. And what you could do operating as one and that. That is what we're fighting folks. It's dangerous that's the system. They truly one one based on a current system of operation in a country. Not too far away where viruses are coming out of labs. Apparently i don't know. Are we allowed to talk about that story anymore. The latest from dr foul. We have some some updates on that to floss Some of the the craziness that we're seeing online and social media as government works together with private big corporation to do some of the scariest things coming up one man who's fighting back. He's been on the front lines of this with his company. You'll hear that story in bed as well Triple eight seven to seven. B. e. c. K. is the number. That's eight eight eight seven two seven back. You can join us. Be right back after this justin barclay and for glenn today on the glenn beck program anytime the check engine light popped up in my car. The i thought i always had was. How much is this gonna cost. The answer is always a lot more than you even think the towing the parts everything in between adds up and the grand total is steep with coverage from carshield. Don't worry about the check engine light anymore because when something breaks carshield will help protect you from paying thousands of dollars. They get expensive repairs. Paid so you don't have to you. Get to pick your favorite mechanic to do the work. Carshield administrators take care of all the rest and you'll get roadside assistance rental coverage and trip reimbursement at no additional charge whether your car has five thousand miles or a hundred and fifty thousand miles. Carshield has the monthly coverage options. You need that will fit your budget. Unexpected repairs always cost more than you think. But with carshield you're not on the hook to pay thousands of dollars get coverage today and see why carshield cars go. Further visit carshield dot com slash beck. Save ten percent now carshield dot.

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"barclay" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

Brands On Brands On Brands

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on Brands On Brands On Brands

"You thought leaders in marketing and in entrepreneurship talking about how to build brands how to execute those marketing tactics and strategies and today's no different on mondays. We talk to the thought leaders and on thursdays we come to you with some deep dive into strategy from me. But today's an interview day which i know a lot if you look forward to and my guest. This week is zali barklay. If you haven't heard of daily barkley that's zali. it's x a y l. I check her out. Zany barklay dot com. She's a visual content creation coach. What's that mean. That means if she creates a lot of videos on youtube and she teaches people how to do it and also if you have already gone down that path already creating videos. I'm already creating content. Well have you figured out how to create courses yet if not this is the episode to listen to checkout. My conversation would say lease we get into what it takes to make a video from top to bottom how you start. How do you finish in the things you need to be thinking about like clarity of purpose and mindset and and all that and all the steps that get you from start to finish and how to make a genuine impact in the digital space now. Not only is this conversation. I've been interesting from that perspective but also as foamy jump into a little bit of a how you develop a personal brand and the our thoughts on that and the value of that and another thing is are fun. Conversations led to me understanding that she has a new product coming out. If you guys haven't checked out her website you can also go to start shoot. Grow dot com. It's it is something we talk about on the conversation that you'll hear in a minute but i wanted to point it out because she is launching a new program in january on that site. Want you to check that out at should be around when this is launched in terms of the podcast If it's not up when this goes live make sure to go to the site anyway. Start shoot grow dot com to register to be on the weightless. Make sure you get a spot. 'cause she does have people who are waiting to get into classes so if you have any interest in creating courses in being stronger with your video creation. This is the episode to listen to and start shoot. Grow dot com is the place to get those lessons. You might need to just get it done today instead of taking six months doing it on your own without the coaching. You might need so hope you guys enjoy the call. I had a great time with sally. And i hope you guys enjoy it as well. Thanks for tuning in each week and branch dot com to make sure you are seeing all the new things that are happening joined the subscription lists for the email newsletter or. Go straight to your podcast provider. Make sure you hit that. Subscribe button so we know that you are getting new episodes every week. All right thanks you guys check it out. Enjoy brad all right. Let's get going today. I want to welcome our new frontier. The podcast family here on brands on brands brands zali barklay daily. Welcome to the show. Thanks for being here first and foremost thank you for having me. I admire what you do so much a likewise and feel like there's a mutual admiration there. You know i feel like there's something like i feel like i'm since i'm lead with podcasting times. Podcasters are jealous via craters. But i don't think video. Creators are ever jealous of podcasters. But i sometimes because actually like it's lake. Everyone is saying podcasting now. So it's like that's like. I can repurpose my things too that there's always that whole thing. How can i push my thing. They're exactly but when i you know we have a lot of mutual friends in common in the creator space and in the marketing space and he got me excited to talk to you about the power of video content. Because i'll be honest. I don't think i've had a lot of people that have focused specifically on that In in that space live streaming video creators. But not like. I haven't had sean kennel on the show yet. He's coming up that's going to happen. Yes but you know some people that are like actively topping video creation and how to use it or some excited to get you on the show and to get some of that out there for the listeners. Today before anything else. I'd love to hear a little bit about when you started posting video on social media like take me back to the beginning a little bit about like. Was it something that was. Just you like a video of you and your family thanksgiving like when you actually started creating for business purposes. So video really happened by mistake for me. I knew that i wanted to do video. Definitely and so back in two thousand nine. I had locks and so i used to wear my hair in that specific way and i just i wanted to start sharing tips on walks and how to take care of them and how to grow your here and i uploaded. My first video was in my bathroom. And i looked at it and i was like oh no girl this has to go and i deleted it and i started again in twenty fifteen and committed and i started sharing my locker in the third. Share makeup and body positivity you know just awesome stuff but what i realized was if i was creating i was already damaged so that was really everything happened by mistake and i realized that i was able to grow faster because i was in a niche and people were looking for solutions and so all of my social media arms were growing right. It was easy for me to grow. Because i was being that solution to that specific spot loans and if they don't get to see you on this right and what they're missing with the audience is missing here is like style is just screaming out jumping off the camera i i. I'm sure you play here style coming up the voice to for the podcast is out there but yeah like like she's got like fly hair like kick ass background like sweet close on. Everything's rockin right and so you're talking like you started talking about hair and in different ways to manage hair and and in that kind of thing and that started. You saw some uptick in that why started growing like crazy. People started sharing my contents lot. I would have like a community in the comments on like. There's something bigger to this. And so what happened is or was people love the quality of my content and they love him that i broke sayings downs. I started getting questions audio. And how do you do this by I can show you so. I started creating courses based on video content and i realized that if this worked for my niche then hello it can work or other. People signed twenty fifteen. I started teaching video all about video content. And i feel like it's so popular now i've been there for the journey of it and so that's really how i got started in get. You started to take it seriously like this could be something. Did you try to build a business in that beauty space like as a creator or is it like no. I think i need to be teaching. Because that's where my questions are coming. I think what really happened. Was the courses and that side of things really just superseded the beauty and then i realized as well the income there was much more stable because it was up to me so with youtube you can make money to google ads since and that waivers and you can also make money with bronze. But i just didn't want to leave my baseline in the hands of somebody else. Yeah i get that. I wanna i wanna hear about creating courses but i want to take step back about. Let's talk about video. In general. I like i think it's really intimidating for a lot of people out there too like not that getting on camera thing. I think people that's on them to get past and just try and start lending that's even the name. Your classes start is the first word and it starts you grow but i think beyond that i want to talk about the value. Like why should they put that working. What's the value of creating video content. What has been for you. What do you teach other people's the value in doing it. To begin with. I mean me. Return is just so it's insane you get on camera and if you have a business and you're using in your business you create trust so much faster than the person who is probably just writing blurbs online or probably you know uploading pictures like.

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"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"I thought that that was worth doing. And has what i found out is that it's given me so much i mean i. I spoke about a nice speech because actually involved in creating and helping to create careers protecting people. You're doing something you're doing stuff can't be counted. You're doing stuff that's going to affect them and their families forever and you don't need any additional money to do it so last question when i to one your mother how proud of you must be crazy. Right she's pretty crazy proud of me but yet she's not afraid to zaps me. She came out for my tenth wedding anniversary. And she just fried me it was like the friars roast at hello quote. Some of the joke. She threw awesome. I'm not a great full last your speech about the purpose driven man to your kids. If your kids wanted to get into the show business and how would you. What would your words to them. Be about that whole thing anyone's would have had you live a purpose driven life. If you want to do is tell stories and and join the circus as we all well came. If you can just do it without making it about you. It will always work. My son wants to be a photographer hours talent. If your focus as you look through the eye pieces can. I make this better. Can i give a person in fact. Can i make move them. Can i show them something they haven't seen. Can i expand their vision with what i'm doing. Then you're doing the right thing if you're just trying to please yourself all locked in a room. If you want to be a director just movies that make you happy. Which too late for that. The world is too fucked up. You have to do things that changed the world now even if it's just emotionally even just revealing a non binary person for the first time you know on a major show. You have to do things in what you're doing that matter otherwise really wasted time so get into show business by all means but don't do it without being willing to change. The world were desperate. Look at what's happening you know. we can't. We need all hands on deck especially the creative community to affect you. I'm not saying everything needs to be a plumbing but everything needs to be infused with we care about. I mean i'm doing this monster thing i'm thinking. how can. What can we learn about jeffrey. Dahmer and ryan is turned into the victims. Ryan has turned into the elites. He's turned to those people that we don't see the process that led to that guy directing the episode where the guy gets the cops and they don't believe him now. Carl franklin did that. Oh my god really Wow i can't appropriate What a brilliant guy parents. Everything you're saying makes total sense. My friend thank you for this. Your inspiration. You're one of the greats. And i'm jack issue and i applaud you. And now the during my podcast rotation i have three hundred episodes. Yeah get in there. I'm gonna. I'm gonna right. Thanks for but he can find. Paris online is a tweet that much. But he's there on the twitter at harbor. H aarp aarp aarp. It's the name of harbored. Is the name of the town roy. And then my par- my bar. Those letters seemed to have great a lot of things but making twitter handle you can remember is not one of them. I'm at ryan problem because that's simple and find her. Gpo dot com things..

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"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"When they're there because it's a very particular reason that you're trying to communicate why we're on the back as opposed to as i'm sure you say whatever the thing is but i i know now in fact i never want to really have that. I just want to say this is the feeling i want and can you get the feeling to the director. I never wanna be granular. That way doesn't it was until dan. dan fogelman. Actually dan fogelman was really the person who i think clicked something with me about this. I didn't realize that. I had been honing the skill of tried to get into the skin of everyone until dan fogelman. Who just really. I makes it so easy. Do you know fogelman. And we've met. But i don't know he makes it so easy to understand. His were abused. He expresses it incredibly clear and show. Mrs. ostra on a different show pictures already joe that he created that. I directed the pilot up. And in that short time i realized that he is challenging me to be more fogelman and said that's what i've always been doing. These people i am. You're supposed to pilot is supposed to be the world that you create but really it's a making real the world that he has created. That's what that's that's the difference. And he went to the whole five manson one shot and i said oh my god. I don't think that's so buried man that's been done in our e to Is it really worth it. It's gonna take a lot of planning. It's jimmy baker guns for hotel rooms. He goes down. Elevator shows backstage. She does this whole ship. It's going to be forever. Dan do and also the pilot. They're gonna wanna cut this up. They're gonna see me. Pass each character. I'm you need lots of coverage and then we're going to cut the pieces. I'm going to do all this work for nothing. he said. I just really think it would be cool to do it. Don't you think it would be cool. So we plan to do with yasser to nita the dp and sure enough. It's not only great but it takes a lot less time today because we plan to move within an intimate sipe is only half a day. We shoot a couple of pops a covered there never used and i just learned to trust and you know from that point on fogelman. You're the king. I'm doing all right. Two more questions let you know i could go forever paris talking to you so i just want to be respectful of time so i'm just going to look at these questions who i think is most important. Okay one talk a little bit about why and how you decided it. Being a leader in the micro wasn't enough for you that you wanted to actively be a leader in the macro and and you know taking on the responsibilities. Dj which engaged you'll platform that now. Even though you're not present dj you are an industry leader and you speak broadly. And you're not just the statesman but somebody who come to guidance. Why did you want what made you ready to take that man's on and And watts it's my mother and you know my son just said it around his graduation time when he's talking when he was giving his final presentation which they call their capstone presentation. He said the same thing that i felt even more simply more eloquent. I grew up with a mother who had seven kids and a husband. Who is you know. Pretty much distracted and not a part of the family and worked in a glass factory and really wanted to become a social worker so as we got older she went back to college. She got her masters. She became a social worker. She's started working with the illinois department of vocational rehabilitation. Getting people who were out in the workforce. They were beds. They were people. Were coming back from addiction counseling. She did that until she retired. And god bless her. She's still alive at eighty five now. And when i saw that i realized i've always emulated which is it isn't enough to get yours. Getting yours is not enough. You know she said. I want to satisfy other people patched together their lives and do their thing so i started hanging around the dj. And i saw all these oatmeal. When i got there as robert wise was still alive and john frankenheimer. They were all part of dj leadership but they did not need the directors guild to help their career but they saw frankenheimer came up to me and said i heard the hbo wants you to move. You want me to call him. I'll call back. They better not mess with you. And i said that's what they're doing. The people who are established bear to protect the younger people. And at that time. I'm also getting abused on projects creatively speaking and i'm going to the dj for help. Unearth bad the film here and stop this from happening. They're just bad situations. And i realized this is really empowering when you're young and you and then i read about the dj and that's why they got together in the first place. They were already famous. Establish there were looking out for the next generation. I was very moved by so as part of the next generation. I hung around till i became the generation. That's working and now said we have to protect everybody else. And so we've really been since. I've been president in that time tried to expand the guild. It's a little like the academy. But i hope stephen to. You is a very incredible time period just I love him. And and just watching this together with really special and then handing it off to you. It was an incredible thing. Yeah it's but also. I know you took steven. Steven was the vice president. And then you were right before the national president soderbergh treasure which is in the east which is the highest. Taylor was the president. Then you were after taylor But anyway so..

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"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Russo yet. Four guys right to jerusalem than than jimmy than mark. Paul gossamer whatever that guy's name and then referee round rookie schroeder and then mark gossamer whatever right so it gets over overlooked but for me when you talking with the musicality. Just talk about what you learned and what you brought. Don't just talk about what you learn. I want both what you learned. And what you brought. Nypd blue because to me milch is greatest brighter cheese and matt winer of my an arrogance. But of my time. I actually think milk just being honest. I think milton's the milton chase with the two best problem. I agree with you on that. But when i came. Nypd blue came to replace a director that had fallen out. And i came without an interview. Mark tinker just had spoken to someone. Rabat's chris chu lack on your career. Where were you in your career. You know maybe twenty episodes in. But i don er and identy are only because john wells had hired me to do angel street which was my first job ever and he did that based on madison. Knock you out coming full circle and other videos and i don. He gave me a shot. Director show called angel street which was procedural that he didn't chicago. That fail was robin. Givens pam gidley that was between china beach and the are and then he did yard and then he brought me back. She's in two or three a camera. One has to come and direct. Er i did really well. There love that show. You know it was in my wheelhouse. And then i guess chew had spoken to mark tinker martinez said yeah hiring because martina goes with his gut so he hires me for nypd. Blue and i come in. And i get the one script. David hasn't written what got was written by. David mills. a well went on just for people who know when onto hungry the wire so exactly back david mills was a writer who broke through the david milch sort of embargo on scripture. Nypd blue at the studio's insistence. They say we gotta have script that you have read you guys give up you gotta give another rider script and you can go on and catch up. And maybe you'll have scripts on time if you have an episode that someone else rights so david mills writes a script of stairs downstairs features a murder. It sounds it's berry milch in. I have to say you would not know. This script wasn't a military grade was so you don't think do apologize. They couldn't get on it blah blah blah blah blah. He did do the final ended of it but when he did the final edit of it he said descriptors really good. This is something i would do. He was totally happy with. And then i got the bath to bask in the glow of david mills and they hired me to be a supervising producer like the next season. Wow my robin left. And i became a supervisor producer. Then tinker and i did a lot of episode three or four episodes of season so we got to work really closely with milk and there is no writer on television that i have. I have a relationship with david chase. So i don't really know him. I do know. David and david was He's just a guide to me in terms of what he does in writing and what he taught me is. You must exceed people's expectations. You can't if it is what people expect. It is absolutely not good enough. A perfect example is. I know this may be my six or seven episode. There's a script where there's a lesbian lady and her partner is killed and the lesbian ladies being interviewed by sipowicz and she has no reaction to our partner. Who's lying dead on. The floor is still at this moment. She seems out of it and we think she the killer. This is very strange. He never intended for to be the killer. He hadn't finished the obser- yet right. Oh some lesbians on the crew were upset and told me to go talk today about it so i said i'll be happy to so i go and talk to david. David likes me. David looks where he goes then. He goes down to his writing room and lays on the floor and starts to dictate a revision of the scene. The scene where sip is interviewing her and her dead lovers there and he realizes okay. I know where the same this there's a point there. But can i make it better and so as these dictating it to the guy can't remember his name. Who's typing it. You just start striking things out. And he changes it so that she still has that. Same incredibly copacetic demeanor until a photographer that he introduces takes the sheet off of the woman's body to take a picture and then she starts screaming and then she started screaming and then ship which has to deal with her in a different way. He didn't want her to be a suspect. He knew that was a little bit of a red herring and he didn't like it. We said how. Can i take that note and just turn it into something. That's a magnificent and it ended up being a fantastic moment shocked. She comes out of the top. Basically right shock of the whole thing and you think in the c o. She's she's not bova and then she cops and it's like he's this is you're so brilliant because the scene now has this shape. It's it's an art. It's just like so you just blindly said something that i have to have a talk about this down to ask you so it's great. Which is you said so. I said sure. I'll go talk but the way. The dynamics television show were is not an easy thing. Like if you're listening to this you're not in the tv business. Well sure of how the episode you just go. Talk to the guy the pressure on everybody involved so great because of the time in the money and the expectations so the showrunner is in charge and the showrunner has to has been tried their very very very best to get it right. They have a vision. They also shorter. Milch also knows lit. I can salvage. He had an solve. This problem is not saying. I want to be fucking bother with right. Can you just talk about how you learn to manage those who are managing you. That's really this is another question. Never been answered and asked and all the interviews dutch well. I'll just mississippi with david. I'd everyone knew. David liked me. So i could i. Their debut was encouraging me to be a writer and he'd been reading my writing. He was inviting me to the classes that he would do sporadically variety so he knew that that was an aspiration and he was buried sympathetic to black people to other undeserved minorities and giving them a leg up in the business so it wasn't too hard for me to go and we're going to fire me. I didn't give a fuck. But the way to the served underserved minorities parasol not undisturbed or under served deserve like everybody understood what he's i represent all the undeserved really clear under certain but talk more. Broadly paris this is important. And i know he said no one asked this before. But no death of because no locator. A does what i do for a living so there is a skill to being a director who i'm working with one now. A young woman is going to be the biggest star director named is flowing mirant. She is magnificent director. she's gonna just explode. It's about to happen ira. If you can get are higher. Everything she's about to be the biggest. I think but i watched the way. She manages thirty four years old. She has the gift for jazz. The gift for being able to talk to you about what you're gonna shoot..

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"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"That's an incredible sold quickly but we can at all the details of how how traumatic the whole time was that led to that and what that that was like. What's incredible to me is how quickly thereafter your career just rocket ships. So there was some part of you that must have had some complicated relationship with the notion of that kind of success that kept you get bucked up. Well here's the drinking and the drugs were blocked that success. That's what i discovered up for for me. Because i had a long family alcoholics. Not my parents but my parents parents were all pretty much alcoholics. We're dying various alcohol-related causes. They called other things. I realized that once that was dawn after a brief period of depression i had so much clear thinking and i had so many more hours in the day. Yeah and i had so much for money and my music was getting better and was easier to write. Things were flowing. Once i didn't have the impediment in went when i thought was the assistance of coke and alcohol. I love you just had about the music. Because it makes you think your stuff the rhythm of the dialogue. You seem to be attracted to the way you cut scenes way you shoot scenes. It does have this incredible you are. It's funny. I is is separate. People editors in particular but directors to in people understand the music of it and people don't and some people can be very successful if it's not music denounce but i have a hard time because my about this stuff is so musical. I have a hard time with it and you clearly like you think that the fact you engage with music the way you do helps you in terms of staging things and cameron standing the way. You're going to put them together. I would imagine a must because of the rhythm of the cuts right. It's the rhythm of the cuts but in sometimes it is songs with music but sometimes it just is and when i'm talking to after is about this to george c wolfe. I've seen him direct. Does the same way. Sometimes you can only describe the scene in music you can only describe it in terms of rhythm and in terms of a feeling and sometimes yes you see needs to be and actors here that they kind of and you can say an actors syncopated this more. I want more syncopation dates. Yeah but the whole vam in west wing was a perfect example is aaron sorkin is a super music writer and the music and the way. The words are in the that they're in has a sound. It's a song and if you're not singing the song and every once we had an actor on the west wing who just couldn't sing the aaron sorkin song and it's only one song even though many sitting third right that's another day but the one song is beautiful and i never get tired brought. The rhythm is very particular so you'd have to fall into that music. And now i teach this first time. Directors course at the dj. It's one of the things. I do in my abundant spare time and i realized i can't really explain that too. First time directors who don't know muse if you don't know music and you're not you know any kind of instrumentalists. I can't really explain to them. How song the episode is saw. And when you read it you should hear what the shape of that song is. And then you hear what instruments need and how it should be played and what is rhythm is and how to conduct fat song. Some some scripts are concerto. Some scripts have really a symphony. Some scripts are a pop song by james taylor and you just have to feel what the song is and then get the whole company. Brilliant and it's such a brilliant insight into how a director needs thing. I suddenly flashing elliott kazan's book on directing where he has that huge gigantic section of all the things that director should know and it can be imposing. But like the truth is if you're young person listening to this or even an older person who's get loss to engage it. You're so well-served. Tell me if i'm wrong. You're the expert on this. But i view it as the showrunner thing too. Which is you know you started talking. I started thinking about bobby. Simone episode and i started thinking about well. That's a guy who directed that his watched opera in his life and his listened to a lot of opera in his life. And you have to see tosca like like if you wanna be a director. You have to listen to hadn't thought about that too. That's so interesting. Veggie say that. But i had thought in the end in the last scene when he dies We we sort of extrapolated auld lang zayn. you're there are certain songs that are emotionally resonant with people but you can't be to listen to them so it might posted was he. Did you know almost in whole nodes that was all fine in that in within that score and within the bagpipes of it all and it's sort of subliminal things that you do here azure truck as it. Yesterday i'm doing this. A series of scenes in the disco. Where jeffrey picks up his victims action probably reveals to five. We'll say that every scene. I knew exactly what the song would be even if they replace it. Yes even if it's replaced later. I have you have it. You have it. Have it. And i feel the actress had to have it. I flew song with cashed. I put songs inscription all the time. And i do it because david i do but i do it because i want. I n yes. It may change though late. It's funny leg later in our careers. It's probably not gonna change. Because we i'm not just casually doing it if i'm doing it's like no it's because i know what brings in you talked to springs. Yeah i'm saying right. Just put it in my. I know what it's gonna be. Yeah so so. And because because it's i've written that often. I'm writing the scenes to music. I often am writing to music. That i'm going to put in the sequence and and if you're a creative person i just think your soul because some people say oh i don't wanna have to watch all that stuff old people care about you know i only want yes. Please find your own heroes but you got also know that stuff you gotta read all of it and you watch all of it and you gotta listen to it right and like. I don't like ballet. But i've watched a lot of ballet because i may have to talk to somebody on sad about it so my thing does it move me but i've i could talk about it. Yeah and you also. Experience will be sunday. Will ill leak into your brain and another way but you you bribes super interesting. Which was the films that people told me to watch. I didn't wanna watch. Because they told me to watch the dodger beata and they told me to watch yeltsin pollini shit and i didn't want to watch that shit. There wasn't that interested in that talion masters or..

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"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"barclay" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Be wary is but you can see from his rulings now. There's there's some wiggle room to reason ability. John i can see that too. I read every supreme court decision. I can see that too. And i read. I read the biography about him to which shed some light on it. But did you when you've got to harvard. Did you know the way that. Marc maron talks about saturday night. Live not hard to me like this incredible banging because of how it can change. It does wonder if does this for you. I mean it does sort of like level playing. I think always like when you say harvard. It stops a conversation sometimes. It is that way. I wish i would've gone to clamps. That's my one thing. But when i arrived my family drove me in our. You know woodie station wagon all the way from chicago to boston. Because i really couldn't afford fly at that time so i was driven there to harvard. And they're they're middle. Which is the old one of the oldest dorms ryan the arts they pull the car and we took all my stuff up five flights and i had this roommate who i. I haven't seen much that freshman year and the dna turned around and they drove back. They couldn't even stay overnight. They didn't have a place to stay overnight. Stay slept in the car. Just dropped just. I was drafted harvard this day for like an hour or two and then they drove back and they said by good luck and I was fortunate in that freshman year. I met some friends. I started writing musicals and plays and i became really good friends with arthur. Golden whose family you know was the family which i didn't know at the time that owned the new york times. Because he was arthur sulzberger gold and he became my best friend at that time and he lived across declined. I spent a lot of time. This ruben he introduced me to a lotta shit that i did not like stephen sondheim new york times. Actually because he had delivered to his room every day and and they're his friendship. And eventually weds. And i met his grandmother imaging so's bird. I saw kind of different perspective. And that's one of the things harbored. Does it takes these people who are incredibly wealthy and from very successful families and these other kids who they just they have the potential to change the world and they mix them all up and say. Good luck guys. Were just gonna classes if you wanna go. No i've seen as as you.

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