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"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

02:26 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

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"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"They're not watching your late night. Now obviously you watch anything whenever you told him. The johnny stuff now is clearly. Johnny seem to be one person. Tv in one person. Not on tv and well. Yeah for sure. There are a couple of things i mean. We all know that joan rivers story And you know it's one of those things that like. I don't blame johnny. Maybe for being pissed that he never got a phone call. But how do you hold that grudge for your whole life at some point. You got to move on johnny carson. Look she handled that really poorly. Johnny had made her career really at made her career. But i don't want interrupt. I don't but one of the fascinating parts of the series which i want listeners. To know is. There's a clip of john river saying that an nbc executive had told her she'll never ever be the hotel owned by a guest host. So you get it from her standpoint and why she wants to jump ship you gotta let johnny. No you're jumping ship. Frankly i knowing the situation knowing the people involved if jones sent him johnny. I'm not going to get this. But i have this offer from fox. That's a lot of money. Johnny would say you gotta go with that. That's for your career. You gotta go with but to do it without telling john he just was personally offended. Get a personal relationship with her and personally offended did he. Overtly town guests. Don't go on the show i. I've never heard that it was former like that. But everyone knew he was completely pissed her cut off and then they said. Well i'm not gonna josiah arabi day johnny that so it really hunts once. She loses her fox show and then her husband commits suicide. Like the can johnny make a phone call and patch it up just from a standpoint. Forget late night. Tv you know yeah. I agree that it makes it. I have to tell you my fellow sector very emotional. That just does not just with. Melissa rivers the daughter but the scene would joan comes on jimmy fallon Yeah yeah yeah just get on the carson. Show get on. nope show. Didn't get leno ever during his entire run. And she didn't get on with conan ever she was banned from nbc. Nevermind garcia was really emotional and only be heading on the. Cbs show for a long time. He he ended up having her on a lot in the later years. But i think when i got there it in have iran really well it was a it was a big black more for people in the business that she had pulled a move that they just didn't think was right. But you know. I have a feeling and i'm not a guy says misogyny determines everything but i have a feeling guide. Pull this move. let's face it. Jay was accused of all kinds of various stuff right going around days but he didn't. He wasn't banned from things like that. It really was pretty extreme for revenue. Oh god i just had a thought about the joan and it went right outta my head. Oh with letterman is a great if anyone hasn't seen it. There's a great clip of joan rivers on letterman from one of his last couple of years on. Cbs where she says some joke and he just walks off in a joking way and then she does like an interview with herself and the woman. That point is probably like seventy. I mean it was amazing to see. Yeah on on tv. The johnny. I found interesting. Maybe shed some light on this. He wanted dave to take the twelve thirty show. And johnny created the twelve thirty show and it was all in his contract. He gets to create it so he got a theme..

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"But to other people and nbc and are are you asking me the with the data factor in my decision. Yes it did. Well the incident that he's referring to it's a specific incident because after everyone dave's anniversary shows they did a big party in new york right and la mama go to that party all the time and there was an nbc. Executive was the executive in charge of the literature. She just would be there each night and she would love the show and she loved dave. She's and he was always invited. But this year dame was really pissed at nbc. So he disinvited rick laghman and he disinvited says he space sissy biggers. Who was the executive in charge and rick. Klugman was so pissed off at him for doing that to syfy he was so pissed off. He said this guy is so rude that in the last minute he kicks her out of a party and incredibly that came up even at the very end with nbc's reconsidering maybe taking dave tonight show. It comes up. Will you know we wanna make sure you will be having parties and kicking. And they can't believe this millions of dollars on the table in the future of the show but it comes down to a party invitation important and i. I'm sure you'll cover this. I would assume you'll cover this but you know obviously then dave beat j. Allot until the hugh grant thing on the tonight show did at any point before the hugh grant thing that nbc ever consider getting rid of leno. They didn't consider getting rid of leto leno because there really wasn't an obvious choice of them went big installed conan at twelve thirty show and he was having a very rough time. I so the end. They tried a lot of other people for that job and they all said no. Garry shandling dana carvey. They'd all said no. I'm not doing it so they didn't have an immediate but they did acknowledge to me. When i was riding relationship before the switch with grant is whether the book came out jack welch who is ahead of ge. I t. i interviewed him and he said you know we made a mistake. Okay we made a mistake. The other guys a bigger talent mistake but what people forget is that yes. The u grant thing was huge for j. j. started to get a little better giving full credit for this. He wised up. Little about is performing style but the real thing that happened was cbs had a disastrous. Primetime with its nfl. Coffee wasn't the nfl. And they lost a ton of affiliates ton of strong stations going from big station and tried to some little. Uhf station that really hurt letterman. Big big big time. So ninety four when fox came in and took the nfl from seasons very big crucial is amazing. I mean obviously now that stuff's pretty relevant but back then how it all tied together. You know you have sunday football. You people watching you late night if you prime is no good..

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"The j. dave thing was always like i said love the late shift Yes thank you. So i was always under the assumption that nbc chose jay leno place. Johnny instead of david letterman. Just because of dave sense of humor. Acerbic personality obviously wasn't in love with Network executives what we learned in the in the documentary. It might have been in the late shift. And i may. I may have just gotten it whenever. Nbc had negotiated contract with leno. while carson was still hosts. There was a clause in there that leno gets the tonight show only the last on the the the they put the last not not up to and what was amazing about it was it was only. I think nine days before. Johnny announced that he was stepping down that they renewed j. as the guest os and put the clause in there not knowing it was going to come into effect so gave them no chance to go to letterman and set this in motion in any way so my question is did nobody know that. That clause was in jay leno's contract in terms of media in terms of dave johnny. Did nobody know that. Until i wrote my book. Nobody knew nobody knew it was. It was completely done in secret. Because letterman thought. He still had a chance he could fight for by for the show. He had no idea no chance whatsoever. And what what. The documentary didn't fully capture when his producer. Robert morton tells the story of nbc's people coming to dave to explain today. They want wanted to stay. The woman's day. Dave gets up and walks talked about walking out meeting but he stood up and he said gentlemen. This is completely unacceptable to me and walked out but he he was for nothing. He couldn't do a thing he boxed in however and you'll remember this in the next episode. There was a last minute potential rearrangement because nbc was not totally sold on jay and they were really afraid. Dave leaving and going to cbs. Because no competitor had ever taken a franchise to a challenging position tonight show and he was the guy capable of doing it then. Obviously it's famously known. The dave wanted the tonight show. Do you think. Dave did. They want the tonight show. Did he want to be on eleven thirty or did he wanted to be the interplay. Johnny because johnny was what was the attract the most attractive for days. It was clearly that he had grown up as the tonight. Show being the franchise. That's the late night franchise. And when he started he developed a relationship with carson carson obviously liked dave he he was not a fan of j..

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:49 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I. It seemed to me everyone did have some some nice windows by the biggest thing. There's going to be injury. There's going to be that and the other thing that changes and that's the big thing. I would say the big difference though and i think the plus. I know you like that opening monday night doubleheader if espn. I'd rather have that if they get too good games on that saturday that have playoff implications. That seems like a very much of a nice change for them. Yeah that's fine doesn't that i liked the doubleheader but the saturday thing will be doing for the first. They're going to have saturday games than we eighteen which they end. That'll be great. My favorite thing of all. I love the two games on christmas day. I love christmas day to nfl games. The first one's a good one it's Plea lingering value bay. Yeah so that'll be good Give me it's it's may nineteenth so this is very important. And and scientific. Give me a prediction now week for sunday night and bc patriots bucks. Brady back to new england. Will that be the highest rated sunday night. Nbc game ever. i was gonna say yes to. I thought we disagree. But we're going to grant. Here's the thing injury you know we could. They only need one person to play in the jury's diner version i think they were smart and they both teams probably should be good but that game in relatively early Though regardless you know tamblyn you know it's gonna be great this year. I think new england's probably gonna be good but but irregardless it go into that game. They're probably. I'd have to look at their schedules But they probably have at least a couple of wins wing record. Maybe both are defeated Yeah i think a monster number Bray going home Em bella check. They should be eligible. Be great on that topic Going into it. You know just waxing poetic about br just kidding you know he'll probably be. I'm worried about people alive eve. All that bs will but But yeah i. I mean easy answers to go with the. Oh very but the the question is jimmy. What was is ready to give i. I don't know but that will say yes. I'm doing a cursory where he goes. I don't really know anything about this subject. Let me give you my big opinion on it. So i don't think is rated ever. But i'll say yes because the correct answer is yes doesn't matter what it is. Yeah for regular season game. I mean brady will bring in so many fringe fans and fans. Don't care about the nfl that it will be impossible for them not to have the best rating before we wrap. How excited are you for the six part derek. Jeter documentary aeneas. I'm not probably not nearly declared that you are probably say this. I'll just say this. Nobody loves derek. More than may. When i saw that i was like six six parts really six i think..

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:24 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I guess but i thought it was interesting that it was old news but it became official this week where. Espn from now on well. After this year i guess they're just gonna do sunday night baseball and that's it no more games during the week. I guess they do opening day. And i think that stupid the dopey the home run contest and then just sunday night baseball from now on which i you know. I know we're going to the streaming world and people probably know wednesday night. Aren't watching the braves and cardinals on. Espn but you know. I think baseball could use any exposure can get. I think that that sort of not a great deal there for mlb wanted to be on espn during the worst. You're saying but let me ask you a question jimmy you doing it. I don't go. when's the last time you watched A game on. Espn during the week. You're always watching the yankees. Well right and he was the yankees are on. Espn watch espn broadcast. Not sunday night. when an exclusive. When there's a simulcast you can yes or espn which broadcast you watch. Listen or listen more. Yeah yeah yeah. That's not even an issue. Yeah yeah so. I guess the question is why. Would you have these mid week games that they don't mean anything for you right. Oh no no no. I will because the beautiful thing i got into this with a rich eisen last week about streaming and all this. That's the beautiful thing is you can flip around. I mean yeah. I'll watch the yankees. But in between innings or when a pitcher taking five hours in between pitches i can flip over to his pin. And if you know mike trout. Is that bad or if you know some guys throwing a shutout maybe tune in but yet is it appointment. Viewing no my sitting there at seven o'clock first pitch on espn wednesday night. Now i get why. Espn did it from the standpoint of you know who's watching these games but also the flip side of that though is you know. Espn is in the content business. And there's still nothing better than sort of live sports to fill some content. So i don't know maybe they couldn't work out a price. Mlb or something. but again. When i saw the news. I didn't think of it from the espn's then point might thing is for major league baseball. Not great that you know. I could and the other point i would make though and there's a larger point jimmy and you've said on twitter i don't wanna say you're not that old that you've said all you look where the where the habit of younger people are going. And you mentioned the mike trout at that. Well what they would rather young people do is they..

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"It's a good Good choices that they can make their. It's and yeah. I mean i want i into that job but my thing is let harlan. You know it'd be great to hear harlan to a western conference finals for you. Know two or three years and given that. Get into the kenny. Mayne situation you got usually we disagree. But you had the right take on it throughout about the days of like you know the sportscenter anchor. Just being able to live a lavish lifestyle. Thanks to the salary he makes are coming to an end. Basically a from what. We've seen outside of a van pelt situation where that personality anchors and entire show But sixty sixty one regardless of the salary whether we was making a hundred thousand million or five hundred million a sixty one percent. Pay-cut is a little bit insulting. I think you don't see it. That way loaded question now. I do see it that way. Of course you want your stupid questions. You know that you were -ssume that what i was gonna say i don't see it that way. I didn't say anything anyway. Well i'm just saying you were you a quick to point out. He was making one point. Five million. Yeah one point five. How's your irrelevant. When your estimate take a sixty one percent pay-cut i tend to disagree like that wasn't a loaded question. I knew your answer. And i was setting you up to give your sh be alive wrong. I would rewind and see what you said exactly but but anyway we're irregardless The fact is sixty one percent is saying. We don't really care if you stay or not once you. It's so of course we want you to leave it saying we want you to stay at our price. Can you be happy with a drastically reduced Pay but that said you could argue at this point was you know after twenty. Seven years was being paid way too much for what he did. Remember you only works half the year. He's on a doing a hundred and fifty show. That's you know that's not to twenty but seventy five bucks and maybe a little more than half. They're gonna cut that even more so he's making ten eleven thousand dollars a show so they're offering doing the math that he gave sixty one percent That he said to. Richard deitz athletic. That sixty one percent. Down eight hundred. Gram that that they're offering him.

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"It's easy for us to discuss a lot of times than to figure out all the contract because you know these jobs come up that often so i don't make work just interrupt you real quick and plus he also does the nets. They both do the nfl there. There are logistical things. Involved as well with those guys because you have to figure that out but you hire the best person like if you're turner you're not waiting around you say well who's the best person for the job. Make out the best and we're not going to have to worry about it for as long as we have this package. I think that's the person you choose. Not that'd be me because and that's all like throw it. I think it's definitely i look. Y'all respect to brian follett. Play by blair. I to me. It's a little nuts that he'd be the league play by player On the nba. For turner when you have those other accu- said he's been doing it since he was twenty two. I don't know how long i- needles in the nets person. But i think it's at least a quarter century time though you know. It has long time. He's been doing this. Twenty and writers has been doing some nba. But it just feel you get with games with those two. Like i need stronger Not only the hit the bigger calls but he's stronger in terms of the by play with analysts and. I don't think it's a coincidence when you look at the nets analyst why they all become national analyst. Even more jackson failed at espn when t. Yes with an eagle producers. And john kelly. Up top and frank race On on their game and elevated him and then more jackson has been a perennial doing the finals for years and years. I don't think that was a coincidence. How that happened. So i just thought that'd be me but i you know the case for every every point you make is fair and legit i think i n encarta harlan are like a one one as situation and i found interesting is that and again. It goes back to what you said earlier about. You know how you use social media. Sorta judge these things i mean. I was surprised because normally people already just pounds and shit all over you and you posted on twitter. And i think it was ninety eight and a half percent in favor of what i wrote on tuesday dot com about. Harlan should get the job. That's rare for twitter. I mean usually you know there were like one or to people who are like. Oh he just screams the whole game. But i i was taken aback by how many people were like. This is the only choice because most people on there just wanna be vicious. Twitter does not usually agree with anything that is good For harling hardly at all so he does well on like social with those quick calls and if you listen to a whole game and the the in the that's where i think harline as strong nothing that he's not as good As eagle is when you compare them during the whole game and and humor and things that come along with it that you know. We've the know i'm in the east so we've seen eagle on the nets for years and years so obviously you get more of a feel for you know when you watch more but that's where i'd say that differences on so you know i-in eagles call one the other day with the nets Where was go viral. I think he was trending. Maybe and So like if it's a it's a good..

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"bill carter" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"I mean how do you do ninety nine percent of the season and then bail. That's makes you think there's something nefarious going on. Well i do think they were thrilled about the ncaa tournament. Which i've written you know. He bailed out late. Reggie miller you know. He and his wife had a baby. He was out of the tournament. But then it was the last minute timing. I i've been told that wasn't the tipping point. I don't think that was Great form you're not gonna do it. People can understand it depend on make But the so laid it was noticeable. When cbs and turner announced. They're they're they're their big media. Press call generally speaking. They always have going to be the announcers right because you want to lead in time And they didn't announce it was going to be doing the games and so that was kind of tell joe. I don't think that helped him And so i mean. I think this would have happened regardless if he had done the ncaa tournament or not. I think this is where it was headed. But that didn't help so now. Who do we know who's doing the eastern conference finals with marver on his last days as a nba announcer. You know we don't know yet. I mean you. Obviously reggie miller will be. I would think the top choice there. Could they add someone. They are high on grant hill. I'm not sure he's going to be able to do it you know. Obviously people weren't putting their schedules together to to have this So i think miller will be there. I would think And so but as we speak that's not set in stone grant hill work with more on the plane game The other night and so maybe he'll work with him in the early rounds but but the in eastern conference final. I think Could be millard. Someone else now. You'd i mean you've been on top of the mar retirement for a while and you had written at one point early on. It looked like turner was going to give that job to brian anderson. Then i think that sort of maybe backed off of that a little bit in that and it was up in the air. Where do we stand now with a mar replacement after the eastern conference finals. This year david levy was had a turner that was his plan to have ryan anderson..

Late Night TV, Politics, and Donald Trump

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

01:55 min | 5 months ago

Late Night TV, Politics, and Donald Trump

"Behind the desk the story of late night is sponsored by noon. Donald trump was winning. He was winning all the counties that at he was winning the electoral college. I remember thinking. Wow it's real now. That moment for me was when the daily show with. Trevor noah started a lot. That was new started at that moment. An avalanche of politically charged humor came tumbling down late night television because no public figure since the start of late night in the nineteen fifties at ever ignited that combination of comedy inspiration and pure rage that donald trump did when he descended an escalator and ascended to the presidency. I'm bill carter and this is behind the desk. The story of late night in this edition. We're going to talk about. How late night got in a lather over. Donald trump and politics always attuned to whatever issues were dominating. The news with the president like this late night. Comedy found a new political gear full throttle and trump humor pretty much dan the late night landscape this morning. Donald trump asserted executive privilege over the mall. Report executive privilege of course is actually trumps favorite privilege right after a white male and mar-a-lago handicap bathroom was. You might expect. Trump has been tweeting a lot today. And you can tell. He's getting word because one of his post said they're finding biden votes all over the place in pennsylvania wisconsin and michigan so bad for our country. Do they're not finding votes. They're counting them briefly over the weekend. People started to notice that his hair is suddenly now white. it's completely white. The carpet now matches the supremacy

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'The King of Talk': Remembering Larry King

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:03 min | 9 months ago

'The King of Talk': Remembering Larry King

"Larry King has died. He was 87 in a career that spanned 60 years. Larry King interviewed just about everybody. Reporter Jeff Lunden has this appreciation. With his trademark suspenders and his deep baritone voice tinged with a Brooklyn accent. Larry King spoke with Presidents George Bush is our honored guest for the full hour. Next on Larry King Live World leaders Moammar Qaddafi. The leader of the nation of Libya, celebrities, the brilliant Barbra Streisand, authors, scientists, comedians, athletes and on and on and on. I'm always engrossed in the guest. Larry King spoke with Jesse Thorn on the turnaround podcast in 2017. I'm always listening to the answer. I'm always learning, So I guess I'm better every day at learning. The Brooklyn born King actually was an indifferent student, but said he always had an innate curiosity when we would go to dodge it. All my friends wanted autographs at the injury. I never asked for an autograph, but I would walk with the players is they're going to their cars asking questions. Why'd you bunt? Why they do this in the third inning. My curiosity is still insatiable. King began his career is a DJ in Miami, and it's where he got his name is well. When a station manager told him his given surname, Zeiger was too ethnic. He chose King from a liquor ad in a newspaper. By the late 19 seventies, King had an overnight talk show on national radio. Then the 1985 Ted Turner hired him for his new network, CNN. Media commentator and author. Bill Carter, who's a CNN contributor, says the timing was perfect. Picking up something like Larry King may love sense because he had Establish himself kind of as a guy who could get big guests. They could have big names and promoted and became sort of the linchpin of their prime time lineup, and King stayed there for 25 years. Some critics complained that he was too chummy with celebrities and lob softball questions. It is guests. His strategy was I'm never gonna make the guests uncomfortable. And that means not only will they come back, but they'll tell their friends. He won't ask you about that ugly divorce of yours. You know, he'll ask you about your favorite movie, so he didn't challenge people, But he did get information. He was pretty good at that, like when he talked with ex President Richard Nixon. Well, I don't want to dwell in the Watergate thing that's been covered so well. But some personal things when you drive by Those collections of buildings. The hotel the two apartment houses the office building, You feel weird, funny. No, I never give it a thought. Never given a thought. Never given a thought. That's one place where you just don't look back. As far as Watergate is. I know you don't look up at the buildings themselves. Not at all. Not a matter of fact, I've never been in the Watergate. Larry King famously didn't do a lot of preparation before his interviews, the less I know. Better Now, That sounds strange to people. Like If you wrote a book. I wouldn't read the book for interview do because I would then know too much about the book and I'm in the same boat as the audience. They haven't read the book, but King knew the national zeitgeist. He covered the first O. J. Simpson trial every night, says Bill Carter. He basically started the cable monomania move. We're going to just cover this story. That's it In a way. It was perfect for life because it was celebrity oriented. It was in the news, but it was not political. Ultimately, CNN canceled King show because it wasn't political competition from Fox and MSNBC took its toll on the ratings. But King was a survivor. He was married eight times and had Quinn couple bypass surgery after a massive heart attack, and King took his talk show to streaming video and kept on working for NPR news. I'm Jeff Lunden in New York.

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Democrats are projected to lose House seats but keep their majority

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01:19 min | 1 year ago

Democrats are projected to lose House seats but keep their majority

"Announcing Democrats will keep control of the House of Representatives, Republicans likely to hold their grip on the Senate details from a B C's and as delicate terra in Washington. There is disappointment among Democrats. The party will keep its majority in the House of Representatives. But after all the votes are counted, Democrats could wind up with the slimmest house majority. In 20 years, Democrats had gained a majority in House following the 2018 midterm election in which they won 41 seats, the largest gain for the political parties since the 1974 election. Some of the popular freshmen Democrats who came into office in 2018, including New York's Alexandria, Causio, Cortez, and Minnesota's Ellen Omar, has been elected for a second term. But Republicans appear set to make some gains, winning nearly every toss up and picking up a least six seats. Republican leader Kevin McCarthy tweeting Wednesday morning. Republicans defied the odds and grew our party last night, and Democrats did not take the Senate, as many were predicting Republicans are projected to keep their majority there. But the balance of power may not be decided until January, since Georgia may have to hold runoff elections for both of its seats. His Democrats are able to gain both those seats. This could lead to a 50 50 tie in the Senate. A number of notable ballot

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Intrigue behind pope's comments on same-sex civil unions

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00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Intrigue behind pope's comments on same-sex civil unions

"Week announcing his support for same sex civil unions in a break with church tradition. ABC is James Longman is in Vatican City. It sent shock waves around the world. The pope for the first time in the church's history, has voiced his support for same sex, civil unions and new documentary Pope Francis is quoted as saying. Homosexual people have a right to be in a family. They are Children off God, we have to create a civil union or, he says. That way they are legally covered He now he has said similar things in the past, but never as explicitly and never as pope. It's a major departure from a position of the Vatican's own teachings. The emphasis on the legitimacy of gay families is also notable, although conservative Catholics who rebel before are calling for clarity. Is important to say We're not talking about marriage. But this is a big moment for those who want to see a more modern church, Oscar winning

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New York Times obtains President Trump's tax returns

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02:49 min | 1 year ago

New York Times obtains President Trump's tax returns

"Day before the 1st 2020 presidential debate, The New York Times dropped a bombshell report on President Trump's tax returns. ABC News chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl the American public is getting what's been described as the first detailed look. One of Donald Trump's most closely guarded secrets his tax returns in its blockbuster report. The New York Times Review detailed information on nearly two decades worth of Trump tax returns. The details are startling. Trump paid no federal income taxes at all. In 11 of the 18 years, they reviewed 2016 year he won the White House, Trump reportedly paid only $750. For his first year in office. He again paid just $750.750 dollars is roughly the federal income tax bill of someone who makes $20,000 a year. At the White House, the president insisted The Times report was not accurate. Well, first of all, I paid a lot of capital out of state income tax system, but state and federal income taxes or two different things. The president built his brand and his campaign on being a business genius with the mightiest touch has great business sense. I made a lot of money, and I had great success, so I've had great success, by the way really successful, But the Times reports the Trump businesses Including his golf courses and resorts are actually awash in red ink. His Washington hotel reportedly lost $55.5 million since it opened four years ago. His foreign ventures, according to the Times are among the few that have actually made money since he became president more than $73 million, some of the most profitable in countries with authoritarians leaders, including the Philippines and Turkey. Trump ran for president the first time, he insisted he was loaded with money and had almost no debt whatsoever. Anybody. I don't need that, you know, it's very interesting. I'm so liquid. I don't need that. And if I need that, but the Times reports the president is actually drowning in debt. Including more than $421 million that could come do over the next four years. The paper, noting that if Trump is reelected, quote his lenders could be placed in the unprecedented position of weighing whether to foreclose on a sitting president. The president tweeted. He has very little debt compared to the value of assets. He has repeatedly said his tax returns or under IRS audit. It's underwater. They've been underwater for a long time. The IRS does not treat me well. The newspaper reports. The IRS is in fact investigating a $72.9 million tax refund. The president received in 2010 and whether he took improper deductions. ABC is Jonathan Karl

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Should you buy the new iPad Air? Here’s how the iPad lineup compares

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00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Should you buy the new iPad Air? Here’s how the iPad lineup compares

"And this week, Apple is refreshing. The lineup the new iPad air sports and update a design that more closely mimics the flagship iPad pro. But digital trends editor in chief Jeremy Caplan says it still looks familiar. It's been 10 years we've had an iPad and today's iPad looks an awful like like like the iPad from 10 years ago, he says. A real change has come from the tablets faster processor, a 14 ship, which is their newest, fastest best ship, It's gone. New five nanometer process. She's got billions of transistors. This is good because it is so much faster. The AI Roscoe now features a fingerprint reader in the power button. That's really, really interesting it underneath your thumb works just as well. That is a lot more his ability for a device like that, like it I've had it comes in five colors and starts at just under 600 boxes. Standard. IPad also gets a new processor that one starts at $329 detect Friends of Alex Stone,

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Bahrain and Israel agree to normalize relations, Trump announces

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00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Bahrain and Israel agree to normalize relations, Trump announces

"President Trump heralded a new diplomatic agreement in the Middle East. President Trump announced Friday that Bahrain will normalize diplomatic relations with Israel. The president called this quote a historic breakthrough to further peace in the Middle East. The sand was loaded up with blood. And now you're going to see that a lot of that said he's gonna be loaded up with peace. The Israel Bahrain announcement comes on the heels of the US brokered agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates to establish full diplomatic relations on the condition that Israel commit to not annexing parts of the West Bank. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington The skies over California

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'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman dies of cancer at 43

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02:16 min | 1 year ago

'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman dies of cancer at 43

"Boseman died this week, the Black Panther's star losing a health battle, he kept secret tributes pouring in from around the world mourning the loss of a man who inspired so many ABC is TJ Holmes looks at his life and legacy. We'll go as the iconic Black Panther Chadwick Boseman became an inspiration for millions and that King of all people I am King of Wakanda, first black superhero to star in his own movie, Wise, important, Teo, that there's a movie like this represents black here house it supported because I didn't I didn't have this. Growing up. I just know what it's going to mean. See you. When you see it there, it could give you a certain type of confidence. We walked to the world. His death at the age of 43 from colon cancer is shocked the world. He received the diagnosis four years ago and kept his battle private. The loss felt by Children everywhere, a much needed superhero now gone. Those kids remembering the man that made a dream a reality have someone who is African American via lead in a movie. He was someone that looked played us. His secret struggle even kept from his closest co workers, like his Black Panther director, Ryan Coogler, saying after his family released their statement. I realized that he was living with his illness the entire time I knew him. But while he was suffering, he was still bringing joy to countless others inspiring graduates at his alma mater, Howard University. I don't know what your future is. But if you're willing to take the heart away The more complicated one, the one with more failures. At first, that success is the one that has ultimately proven to have more meeting well victory. More glory. You will not regret it. Visiting Children with cancer at ST Jude's, from Jackie Robinson to James Brown. Chief Justice Thurgood Marshall here were promised. Equal protection. Under the law, Bozeman became a Hollywood star portraying icons, and now he'll be remembered by so many for his remarkable work and

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Coronavirus: Health experts warn Americans to be responsible this holiday weekend

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00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: Health experts warn Americans to be responsible this holiday weekend

"Million Corona virus cases in the US nearly 187,000 deaths cases air climbing in 15 states, many connected to colleges. Health experts also warning Americans to be responsible this Labour Day weekend and not spread Cove in 19, it comes is the CDC is asking states to prepare for a possible vaccine. In November.

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Trump: US demands restoration of UN sanctions against Iran

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Trump: US demands restoration of UN sanctions against Iran

"U. N sanctions on Iran under the 2015 nuclear accord, the same deal that President Trump pulled out of two years ago. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo going to the United Nations Thursday himself trying to kick start the process of reinstalling U. N sanctions on Iran that set off a confrontation with Russia and other Security Council members who called that move illegal. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo No resolution Khun B. Altered unilaterally by any country not

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Fortnite maker sues Apple after app booted from store

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00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Fortnite maker sues Apple after app booted from store

"Home fortnight is gone from the apple APP store the issue money and who gets to make it epic Implementing a new in AP a system Apple has reportedly made more than a $1,000,000,000 from fortnight alone. But the game's latest update now cutting Apple out after Apple pulled the game from its APP store epic retaliating, filing an antitrust lawsuit against Apple, calling the APP store of monopoly, flexing its enormous power and imposing unreasonable

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New York Schools Can Reopen, Cuomo Says

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00:30 sec | 1 year ago

New York Schools Can Reopen, Cuomo Says

"Public schools will have in class instruction. Each region in this state is below the Koven, 19 infection limits. So Governor Andrew Cuomo delivered what he called great news by our infection rates. All school districts can open school district's must submit plans to the state Health Department for review and Post plans for remote learning, testing and contact tracing. When we say if it's student test positive, this is how we do testing almost a district should also host discussions with parents and teachers by the end of the month.

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"bill carter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"bill carter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Safe 855560 s a F E. Here's something crazy. Have you ever heard of something called a financial illustration. You probably have and just don't know it. When you go and see a financial planner that is in the business of risking your money, they might use their computer software to run examples of what could Happened to your money. Sometimes these examples are based on historical data, and sometimes they're flat out hysterical. I had a client the other day that showed me an illustration from their broker that demonstrated What would happen to their money if it continued to grow over the next 10 years at 12% compounded growth. Where do financial planners get the nerve to even print that on paper? What is even crazier is that I have never seen an illustration from one of these brokers that shows what happens to a client's money if they wake up one day, and 50% of it is gone. Why not? Couldn't that happen? You bet it can. And in fact, some of you today might be in that very situation. It's so easy for financial salespeople to show you the best possible results. And then just to be fair, show you some moderate losses on these illustrations. I think every financial professional should be required to show their perspective. Clients with the worst result from their clients they've managed has been Let me ask you if you were thinking about working with a financial planner, and you found out that they had lost 50% of the clans retirement funds, would you want to work with them? Now that I've brought that up, you are probably thinking the very same question about me. Have I lost any of my client's money? The answer is 100% positive. No. Not only does not a single penny of my compensation come out of your money, but not a single penny of your money can ever be lost due to market declines. 100% of your money will start to work for you on day one and it will never go backwards due to the market conditions. My safe money book and information kit will tell you all about it. Just call 855560 safe. That's 8555607233 We'll have to take a short break. This's Bill Carter, you're listening to safe money radio. Let's pause for some exciting announcements. Now, more than ever. We understand that you need our help to create a safe and secure retirement. We also understand that there could be no safe retirement without considering the implications of the cove in 19 virus. Your health and wellness is our primary concern. For that reason Bill Carter has implemented the following safety measures to protect his client's first virtual appointments are being offered through phone and online conferencing as an alternative for those who'd rather not meet in person. No group meetings are being offered until further notice for optional one on one appointment. Bill Carter will be taking his temperature before you meet and all things you may come in contact with will be sanitized immediately before the meeting, social distancing will be practiced that the greatest extent.

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"bill carter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"bill carter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Afford to ever go backwards. If a fee helps you make money. That's one thing. But what if he is charged? Even when you lose money? How does that make you feel? Most people don't even know about fees and charges on their accounts. I have seen accounts that have had 3 to 4% taken out each and every year, no matter which way the market goes. I'm here to tell you that there's a better way. And if you'd like a lifetime income account that isn't wasted away by fees that comes up with upfront bonuses of up to 5 to 7%. That will never show you any losses, no matter how far the market fails and has a minimum guarantee growth of up to 3 to 5% for up to 20 years, then give us a call at 855 560 Safe Well, I have to take a short break. This's Bill Carter and you're listening to safe money Radio. That's paws for some exciting announcements. Now, more than ever. We understand that you need our help to create a safe and secure retirement. We also understand that there could be no safe retirement without considering the implications of the cove in 19 virus. Your health and wellness is our primary concern. For that reason Bill Carter has implemented the following safety measures to protect his client's first virtual appointments are being offered through phone and online conferencing as an alternative for those who'd rather not meet in person. No group meetings are being offered until further notice for optional one on one appointment. Bill Carter will be taking his temperature before you meet and all things you may come in contact with will be sanitized immediately before the meeting, social distancing will be practiced that the greatest.

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"bill carter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"bill carter" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"What's going on out there it's scary now more than ever we understand that you need our help to create a safe and secure retirement we also understand that there can be no save retirement without considering the implications of the covert nineteen virus your health and wellness is our primary concern for that reason bill Carter has implemented the following safety measures to protect his clients first virtual appointments are being offered through phone and online conferencing as an alternative for those who'd rather not meet in person no group meetings are being offered until further notice for optional one on one appointments bill Carter will be taking his temperature before you meet and all things you may come in contact with will be sanitized immediately before the meeting social distancing will be practiced at the greatest extent possible and hand sanitizer will be readily available all office appointments will have at least a thirty minute gap between visitors to allow time for sanitation and to avoid more than one client being in the office at the same time if you have any questions about our covert nineteen safety protocols please call us at eight five five five six zero see that's eight five five five six zero seven two three three now back to more save money radio with your host bill Carter thank you for turning into save money radio I'm bill Carter a safe money retirement asset protection specialist did you ever watch television show deal or No deal with Howie Mandel.

"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Former New York Times in media. Writer now does a Sirius. XM Show CNN CNN analyst, Hollywood reporter, contributor You know it's interesting, so we talked about content. NETFLIX's earlier. I have never. Gone deeper on my sports viewing my political viewing in my news viewing over the last four or five years my wife. I think it wears her out. Sometimes she'll, she'll go to the you know the Netflix's stuff for the Hulu style for the Amazon Prime I'm very. Choosy on that and I'll give you an example as much as I love. Curb your enthusiasm. It tends to be a give or take a-. It I'm not. I don't I don't set my clock to it. There's been a seminal handful of shows Sopranos narcos. Mind Hunter and billions that for some reason, keep pulling me in very strong male figures I wanNA I. WanNa. Talk about billions because this is very interesting. They. They've got Legg's for me. I, what is it? Does it work for? You I is as successful as I think it should be. How how? Other trailer last night where they at. On their show. Well. They have the fortunately for them. They had an entire season. They're in great shape. It is showtime stronger show. There's no. There's no doubt about it going forward. I mean I think they want to keep that show really badly. so for them. It's a usually successful show incidentally the the show is based on this. Sort of based on Andrew Ross Sorkin, who was a colleague of the Times and I'm sorta Jeff, 'cause he, he must be getting a gigantic check all the time, but. It's been very successful to showtime I. DO think you're right that that is a show that has a real strong male appeal and showtimes done well with with those with those shows I haven't been cooked by. It never sucked me in I I i. like both lead actors enormously. Love Paul Giamati I think is unbelievable I think. As absolutely fantastic in everything he does. Well you must have interviewed him. I have not and I love. He's got such a great sports connection you know. You know it's it's interesting. He is and I tell my wife this. There's a handful of actors in America. When they're on the screen. I can't stop looking at them. And they don't even have to verbalize their thoughts. It can be facial tics or facial features I find him to be one of the handful. Of Great. Actors in America. He's fantastic interview. Though as well, he's very interesting guy. When his father was a commissioner of baseball, he was like a grow a guy. Just moving up in acting and people didn't connect them with that. A huge red sox fan I had a great time talking to Paul I think he's a super guy. Bill Carter is joining us so. The MJ documentary. is obviously is getting as much play is any documentary? I can remember your opinion of it so far. Oh, I think it's really great I. Mean I, you know. Like everyone else. I'm sort of desperate for sports content. Every sports fan anyway. And at it just brings back a time when I was. I like the NBA. Much more than I do now so I just found it fascinating and. It's a little to me the the way they don it. They kind of go back and forth in time, as can be a little jarring. Maybe but yeah, it'll be yeah. Yeah, yeah, generally speaking I'm impressed by it. But you I think it's very good. I hope they touch on gambling. Because I think it's a component to Michael Jordan's career. That needs to be discussed even if it's refuting rumors which I didn't believe in. That's the reason he retired, but I think a documentary I. Don't necessarily. The the term is tell all. I don't need them to go terribly deep on it. Because if Michael gambled with friends, he may not want to discuss those gambling friends, but I think it should be I think the documentarian. Jason Hare should push. Should push on it right like. Documentaries I. Don't want it to be too refined and polished. I. WanNa see the Steve Kerr Punch with MJ. That needs to be discussed right. Yeah, yeah, well I think and I think you anytime. You do something like this. If there's an elephant in the room, you gotta address it right. And with with MJ, that was a factor in his career. People talked about his gambling, and whether or not that was why he went to baseball, whatever which was so widely speculated. You have to deal with it I. Don't think you can ignore it. Because people in the back of their minds are thinking. But when are we going to talk about that? the NFL draft and there were some initial pushback on the quote. Optics I am a Believer Mike Narrative was listen America needs hope and optimism, and it's a four day optimism party. Everybody thinks they're team was great American needs hope there's. A business, zoom business. Let's just do it. There was push back on the optics. Your thoughts about sports going forward just from that perspective, forget that the medical issues, but that perspective I I had no problem with it at all. I mean you know it's not the world's greatest television show when it was before, this is just a guy reading like Bingo, game the Bingo. Oh I'll. I got that number, but but it so there's not inherently a whole lot of drama to it, so it's not, but it was compelling because we hadn't seen any kind of thing that we could route. The. Dealt with are rooting interest, and if you're a fan of these teams, you're you still want to find out what they're doing some day. They're gonNA play I. Wonder What what player's GonNa get. I had absolutely no problem with see why anybody should have any problem with it. It didn't take away any anything from what were doing with with the virus, and it didn't put anyway risk, so there was no reason not to do it in my opinion, and you could see. People were craving. It was like Why shouldn't we like Thanksgiving dinner for the starving I. Give something. Give them some the bill. CODERS be.

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"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Carter's around the Corner New York Times former media writer so many things going on We want to thank everybody again. Who has enjoyed these extended podcast? I think for the time being at least through the football season and maybe beyond this Saturday podcast becomes a forty five minute to an hour podcast. We've gotten a lot of great feedback and we really appreciate it and we love doing it so now. Bill Carter former New York Times TV in media writer. Cnn analyst Hollywood reporter Contributor Sirius Xm host And his son by the way is a successful standup comic. Who's doing very well? I Imagine I see him from time to time or hear from him in southern California. Bill is joining us Let me just start with this This has been a very high Colin. Yes you can bill. And I'm I'm glad you're doing well and so this has been a very good time. I I tend to think my father used to say recessions were garage sales for the rich. You buy stuff at a discount so for an Amazon as business contracts and retail probably grover the next ten years similarly with net flicks is a very good time for net flicks. Everybody's watching Netflix. I would pose this question. Bill if we can't have production for another six months You know you hit a wall at some point how is the TV business the OT's like net flicks or the ABC's and the NBC's and the Fox's what kind of a battle are they in right now? How dire is it well? They're going to face a gigantic gap. Obviously at some point. They're they're cleaning out what they have and especially Netflix. Which you know like log of of programming. But they're gonNA hit a spot where there's nothing in the in the pipeline so to speak. I think what's going to happen. Is they're going to drain whatever they have and then they'll pump out things fast they can. They'll they'll make production you know as soon as they're giving a green light for startup hugely and the and all the people who've been out of work we'll go. There won't be enough to work. I mean there'll be so much pent up demand because let's hope that the creative types have at least been using this time to write things so this material for them to produce when they when they get the green light to go ahead but there will be a period where they're going to have an issue with original programming. You've you've been really The North Star On late night talk show opinion. Saturday night live These guys are all going virtual. Now these late talk shows Has Anybody Flourish to you. Is Anybody struggled? Well I say they will struggle. Because I think it's obviously a much more challenging to put on shows this way you know by yourself in a house with your wife holding the camera or setting up for you and and your kids running through the background. That's much harder for late night. Guys and Saturday night live had to do their entire. There's no way that you a real sketch. Interacting with people you have to have the most separate. So that's another challenge. Given that I found it kind of creative and interesting and a lot of cases. It looks clunky You know and it's and the comedy you don't know whether it's landing or not landing what he's laughing you know that that's the most awkward part and I've talked to some of the guys especially Jimmy. Kimmel is a very good friend of mine and you know it's weird but it feels like they're still working and they're kind of enjoying it. You know they kind of joined the challenge the creative aspect of it and I found myself watching it. I found myself sort of interested in how they're doing it and and it's very informal you know. And they're they're wearing some casual shirt and they're out there in the REC room and I think that kind of as an appeal. I don't think you can do it long. Term that way to me. The absence of laughter for comedian is like the absence of oxygen. For the rest of us. You know so I can't. I can't see how they can continue that much longer. They've been holding their breath for a long long time. Who I am a fan of and I think he's really flourished as Bill Maher I think his comedy cuts through because so much of it. Social commentary and in very pointed on at times very acerbic. Whether I agree or disagree with him I found. Mar Of all the classify him as a media person. I think the I mean I think I think bill is flourished. That's my opinion your thoughts. I think clearly all the guys that focus very heavily on know. Topical Humor Have Enormous Opportunity here just enormous enormous opportunity here and that means cold air to cause called bears on that on that for sure But it's also you know. I mean like Jimmy Fallon does goofy. He he's sort of in his element to if you can find these goofy things to do I I don't know the other thing is interesting. You know we all think of the at least I think these shows a lot of writers sitting in rooms writing stuff and then they decide what to use. That doesn't happen either. I mean the writers are all sitting separately to and they're in the same boat. It's everybody is individualized in a way that these shows have never had before and it has led to some interesting things. I just feel like so far. It's satisfying and and I think what what is sort of underscored for me. Is that people really still want to be entertained. Like this. And they're not not paying attention to their people are still watching it so you know. I'm encouraged by that if you were Riding Your your multiple weekly columns for like a New York Times on the media coverage of the corona virus. It's interesting cable Obviously is Kinda got these tribal smaller following than network TV But but the overall coverage we have a president by the way who now actively battles media so that in itself is you see you see you know. That's a channel in itself. How how do you think the overall coverage has been for a virus that we have a fluid situation bill? There's not a lot of knowledge that we know to be true. There's a great deal of speculation but you have time to fill and speculation is sort of what we have your thoughts on the overall coverage of it. Well I think they've taken it appropriately seriously other than occasionally that the the the president's network just wants to support him and so whatever he does they're questioning about it but I think they they want to follow what the scientists are saying. And so they're trying to do that to try and to say okay if we can steer this in any direct let's hear people who actually are epidemiologists and people like that and they are focusing on now. It is pretty much total all day long right and I you know I watch a lot of it because that's what I do but I do think it's interesting that one of the big huge games of this are the network evening newscasts. They're only half an hour long and a lot of people are saying that's enough for me. I don't WanNa see something but I can't take this all day long. You know it is. It is kind of every day you tune in and another several thousand people on the list who've been died of this thing and it's sobering and it's very difficult. I think one of the things that is really effective has been to me. Is the stories of these incredible medical staff people. I mean these people are believable. What they do they're they're risking their lives and some of the and the emotional part of it when when families can't see their loved ones when they're dying in these you know nurses doctors have to stand in from. It's really powerful stuff. It's incredibly dramatic stuff. I was just reading a story about the network news David Muir is very very well for ABC. In an era where we think the network news anchor is sort of Eroding what do you think the secret sauce of David Muir has been? I think it's. Abc is very strong local stations. Which helps him a lot. I don't think he's reporting is a anymore distinguished An found David sort of an interesting character because he emerged and was given the job. People didn't really know who he was. And I still think he's not a giant figure like he's winning the rating stuff. But I'm not sure. He's as identifiable as Dan Rather was in his day If he I think. Abc has a some structural advantage? Just give them a slight edge. I don't think they're necessarily dominating Because of their anchor. But I think it's great for him. He's getting tremendous exposure. And all that so it is it is great for him but I do think people are turning back to these anchors. You know for reliable information. I think that's definitely happening. Yeah because it's mostly opinion base in this virus again. It's not like politics. You have data points where you can discuss going up to an election. There's a lot of making stuff up here in speculation on what works and what does not. Bill Carter is joining us. Hi everybody for a lot of us now. It seems like our biggest decision of the day is which combination of Tommy John Underwear and lounge wear. I should wear no kidding right. What am I go with the lounge wear that I should? I go with this t shirt that I listen. It's our new life doesn't matter which Combo pick as long as I'm wearing Tommy John Underwear I'm GonNa feel and look great. I've been wearing it for five years. If you haven't experienced the mind-blowing Comfort Tommy..

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"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Carter's around the Corner New York Times former media writer so many things going on We want to thank everybody again. Who has enjoyed these extended podcast? I think for the time being at least through the football season, and maybe beyond this Saturday podcast becomes a forty five minute to an hour podcast. We've gotten a lot of great feedback, and we really appreciate it and we love doing it so now. Bill Carter. Former New York Times TV in media writer. CNN analyst Hollywood reporter contributor. Sirius, Xm, host, and his son by the way is a successful standup comic. Who's doing very well I imagine I see him from time to time or hear from him in southern California bill is joining us Let me just start with this This has been a very high Colin. Yes. You can bill and I'm I'm glad you're doing well and. So, this has been a very good time. I tend to think my father used to say. Recessions were garage sales for the rich. You buy stuff at a discount so for an Amazon as business contracts and retail, probably grover the next ten years. Similarly, with net flicks is a very good time for netflix's everybody's watching Netflix. Pose this question bill if we can't have production for another six months, you know you hit a wall at some point? How is the TV business? The Ot like net flicks or The ABC's and the NBC's and the Fox's. What kind of a battle are they in right now? How dire is it? Well, they're going to face a gigantic gap, obviously, at some point they're. They're cleaning out what they have and especially Netflix. which you know like log of of programming, but they're gonna hit a a spot where there's nothing in the in the pipeline, so to speak, I think what's going to happen, is they're going to? Drain whatever they have, and then they'll pump out things fast again. Can they'll? They'll make production you know. As soon as they're giving a green light, perpetual startup hugely and the and all the people who've been out of work we'll go. There won't be enough to work I. mean there'll be so much. Pent up demand, because let's hope that the creative types have at least been using this time to write things. So this material for them to produce when they when they get this the green light to go ahead, but there will be a period where they're going to have an issue with original programming. You've you've been really the North Star on late night. Talk Show opinion Saturday night live These guys are all going virtual now. These late talk shows Has Anybody Flourish to you? Is Anybody struggled? Well I say they will struggle because I think it's obviously a much more challenging to put on shows this way you know by yourself in a house with your wife, holding the camera or setting up for you and and your kids running through the background. That's much harder for late night. Guys and Saturday night live had to do their entire. There's no way that you a real sketch interacting with people, you have to have the most separate, so that's another challenge. Given that I found it kind of creative and interesting and a lot of cases. It looks clunky you know, and it's and the comedy. You don't know whether it's landing or not landing. What he's laughing, you know. That that's the most awkward part and I've talked to some of the guys especially Jimmy Kimmel is a very good friend of mine. And you know it's weird, but it feels like they're still working, and they're kind of enjoying it, you know they kind of joined the challenge, the creative aspect of it, and I, found myself watching it. I found myself sort of interested in how they're doing it, and and it's very informal. They're wearing some casual shirt and they're. Out there in the REC room and I. think that kind of as an appeal I don't think you can do it long term that way to me. The absence of laughter for comedian is like the absence of oxygen for the rest of us. You know, so, I can't. I can't see how they can continue that much longer. They've been holding their breath for a long long time. Who I am a fan of and I think he's really flourished as Bill Maher I think his comedy cuts through, because so much of it social commentary, and in very pointed on at times very acerbic, whether I agree or disagree with him. I found mar of all the you know I guess I classify him as a media person. I think the I mean I think I think bill is flourished. That's my opinion. Your thoughts I think clearly all the guys that focused very heavily on know topical humor have enormous opportunity here just enormous enormous opportunity here, and that means called bear to cause called bears. Sorry on that on that for sure but it's also you know i. mean like Jimmy Fallon does goofy so he he's sort of in his element to. If you can find these goofy things to do, I, I don't know if the other thing is interesting you. You know we all think of the at least I think these shows, a lot of writers sitting in rooms, writing stuff, and then they decide what to use well. That doesn't happen either I mean the writers are all sitting separately to, and they're in the same boat it's everybody is individualized in a way that these shows have never had before, and it has led to some interesting things I just feel like so far. It's satisfying, and and I think what what is sort of underscored for me. Is that people really still want to? Be entertained like this, and they're not not paying attention to their people are still watching it, so you know I'm encouraged by that. If, you were Your your multiple weekly columns for like a new. York Times on the media coverage of the coronavirus. It's interesting cable. obviously is Kinda got tribal smaller following than network TV but but the overall coverage. We have a president by the way who now. Actively battles media that itself is, you see you see you know. That's a channel in itself. How how do you think the overall coverage has been for a virus that we have a fluid situation bill? There's not a lot of. Knowledge that we know to be true. There's a great deal of speculation, but you have time to fill and speculation is sort of what we have your thoughts on the overall coverage of it well I. Think they've taken it. Appropriately seriously other than occasionally that that the the president's network just wants to support him, and so whatever he does there questioning about it, but I think they they want to follow what the scientists are saying, and so they're trying to do that to try and to say okay if we can steer this in any direct, let's hear people who actually are epidemiologists and people like that and they are focusing on now. It is pretty much total all day long right and I. You know I watch a lot of it because that's what I do, but I do think it's interesting that one of the big huge gains of this are the network evening newscasts. They're only half an hour long and a lot of people are saying that's enough for me. I don't WanNa see something, but I can't take this all day long. You know it is, it is kind of. Every day you tune in and another several thousand people on the list who've been. died of this thing, and it's sobering and it's very difficult. I think one of the things that is really effective has been to me. Is the stories that these incredible medical staff people I mean these people are believable what they do they're. They're risking their lives, and some of the and the emotional part of it when when families can't see their loved ones when they're dying. In these, you know nurses, doctors have to stand in from. It's really powerful. Stuff is incredibly dramatic stuff. I was just reading a story. About the network news David Muir is doing very very well for ABC in an era where we think the network news anchor is sort of eroding. What do you think the secret sauce of David Muir has been? I think it's. ABC is very strong local stations, which helps him a lot I don't think he's reporting is a anymore.

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"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Carter's around the Corner New York Times former media writer so many things going on We want to thank everybody again. Who has enjoyed these extended podcast? I think for the time being at least through the football season, and maybe beyond this Saturday podcast becomes a forty five minute to an hour podcast. We've gotten a lot of great feedback, and we really appreciate it and we love doing it so now. Bill Carter. Former New York Times TV in media writer. CNN analyst Hollywood reporter contributor. Sirius, Xm, host, and his son by the way is a successful standup comic. Who's doing very well I imagine I see him from time to time or hear from him in southern California bill is joining us Let me just start with this This has been a very high Colin. Yes. You can bill and I'm I'm glad you're doing well and. So, this has been a very good time. I tend to think my father used to say. Recessions were garage sales for the rich. You buy stuff at a discount so for an Amazon as business contracts and retail, probably grover the next ten years. Similarly, with net flicks is a very good time for netflix's everybody's watching Netflix. Pose this question bill if we can't have production for another six months, you know you hit a wall at some point? How is the TV business? The Ot like net flicks or The ABC's and the NBC's and the Fox's. What kind of a battle are they in right now? How dire is it? Well, they're going to face a gigantic gap, obviously, at some point they're. They're cleaning out what they have and especially Netflix. which you know like log of of programming, but they're gonna hit a a spot where there's nothing in the in the pipeline, so to speak, I think what's going to happen, is they're going to? Drain whatever they have, and then they'll pump out things fast again. Can they'll? They'll make production you know. As soon as they're giving a green light, perpetual startup hugely and the and all the people who've been out of work we'll go. There won't be enough to work I. mean there'll be so much. Pent up demand, because let's hope that the creative types have at least been using this time to write things. So this material for them to produce when they when they get this the green light to go ahead, but there will be a period where they're going to have an issue with original programming. You've you've been really the North Star on late night. Talk Show opinion Saturday night live These guys are all going virtual now. These late talk shows Has Anybody Flourish to you? Is Anybody struggled? Well I say they will struggle because I think it's obviously a much more challenging to put on shows this way you know by yourself in a house with your wife, holding the camera or setting up for you and and your kids running through the background. That's much harder for late night. Guys and Saturday night live had to do their entire. There's no way that you a real sketch interacting with people, you have to have the most separate, so that's another challenge. Given that I found it kind of creative and interesting and a lot of cases. It looks clunky you know, and it's and the comedy. You don't know whether it's landing or not landing. What he's laughing, you know. That that's the most awkward part and I've talked to some of the guys especially Jimmy Kimmel is a very good friend of mine. And you know it's weird, but it feels like they're still working, and they're kind of enjoying it, you know they kind of joined the challenge, the creative aspect of it, and I, found myself watching it. I found myself sort of interested in how they're doing it, and and it's very informal. They're wearing some casual shirt and they're. Out there in the REC room and I. think that kind of as an appeal I don't think you can do it long term that way to me. The absence of laughter for comedian is like the absence of oxygen for the rest of us. You know, so, I can't. I can't see how they can continue that much longer. They've been holding their breath for a long long time. Who I am a fan of and I think he's really flourished as Bill Maher I think his comedy cuts through, because so much of it social commentary, and in very pointed on at times very acerbic, whether I agree or disagree with him. I found mar of all the you know I guess I classify him as a media person. I think the I mean I think I think bill is flourished. That's my opinion. Your thoughts I think clearly all the guys that focused very heavily on know topical humor have enormous opportunity here just enormous enormous opportunity here, and that means called bear to cause called bears. Sorry on that on that for sure but it's also you know i. mean like Jimmy Fallon does goofy so he he's sort of in his element to. If you can find these goofy things to do, I, I don't know if the other thing is interesting you. You know we all think of the at least I think these shows, a lot of writers sitting in rooms, writing stuff, and then they decide what to use well. That doesn't happen either I mean the writers are all sitting separately to, and they're in the same boat it's everybody is individualized in a way that these shows have never had before, and it has led to some interesting things I just feel like so far. It's satisfying, and and I think what what is sort of underscored for me. Is that people really still want to? Be entertained like this, and they're not not paying attention to their people are still watching it, so you know I'm encouraged by that. If, you were Your your multiple weekly columns for like a new. York Times on the media coverage of the coronavirus. It's interesting cable. obviously is Kinda got tribal smaller following than network TV but but the overall coverage. We have a president by the way who now. Actively battles media that itself is, you see you see you know. That's a channel in itself. How how do you think the overall coverage has been for a virus that we have a fluid situation bill? There's not a lot of. Knowledge that we know to be true. There's a great deal of speculation, but you have time to fill and speculation is sort of what we have your thoughts on the overall coverage of it well I. Think they've taken it. Appropriately seriously other than occasionally that that the the president's network just wants to support him, and so whatever he does there questioning about it, but I think they they want to follow what the scientists are saying, and so they're trying to do that to try and to say okay if we can steer this in any direct, let's hear people who actually are epidemiologists and people like that and they are focusing on now. It is pretty much total all day long right and I. You know I watch a lot of it because that's what I do, but I do think it's interesting that one of the big huge gains of this are the network evening newscasts. They're only half an hour long and a lot of people are saying that's enough for me. I don't WanNa see something, but I can't take this all day long. You know it is, it is kind of. Every day you tune in and another several thousand people on the list who've been. died of this thing, and it's sobering and it's very difficult. I think one of the things that is really effective has been to me. Is the stories that these incredible medical staff people I mean these people are believable what they do they're. They're risking their lives, and some of the and the emotional part of it when when families can't see their loved ones when they're dying. In these, you know nurses, doctors have to stand in from. It's really powerful. Stuff is incredibly dramatic stuff. I was just reading a story. About the network news David Muir is doing very very well for ABC in an era where we think the network news anchor is sort of eroding. What do you think the secret sauce of David Muir has been? I think it's. ABC is very strong local stations, which helps him a lot I don't think he's reporting is a anymore.

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"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"bill carter" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Everybody and welcome to our Saturday morning podcasts. To good gas today a bill Carter the former New York Times media writer And now contributes headed. Don't show Sirius. Xm as well some fascinating thoughts on on the world of net flicks sports politics how the virus is affecting all of those. But First Dan Wetzel. Yahu sports columnist executive producer killer inside the net flicks docu series on Aaron Hernandez and also the best selling author of epoch athletes a series for young readers. We begin with Yahoo Sports Columnists here on Saturday morning. Dan Wetzel so you wrote a piece this week. Dan On Yahoo about twenty seven percent of the first two rounds of the NFL draft were kids from Texas. But none were kids from ut M my initial take away was Texas eventually. We'll be fine. The State has passion for football produces a lot of good football players. The state supports football. It's just about the longhorns and am getting the right coaches and perhaps they do now I my takeaway is. The bigger issue is California where the governor isn't as pro football. The state is increasingly distracted especially Los Angeles with so much vibrant dynamic pro sports in town. I think Texas will be fine. I wonder about the Lousy PAC. Twelve conference television. Deal about the Real Disinterest in distraction in Los Angeles of College football and basketball. Let's let's start with the first part Texas. Do you think they'll eventually be fine? Absolutely the talent. Is there as we said when you have? Twenty seven percent of the first two rounds of the draft went to play at Texas high schools And that's just an incredible statistics. One St and that's a big state but that level of talent is laying there they just didn't go to Texas Texas an APP. Those coaches have been replaced part of that its development. There's a lot of things that go into it but the reason everybody in college football it's there every year Texas is back and Fanta- tired of hearing it because they are when Texas gets back and when Texas gets it right or Texas saying if they ever get it right they can be dominant. And that's why it's one thing to have five star recruiting rankings. It's another one the. Nfl is sitting there saying yeah. More than one quarter of all the best players in the country are from your high school. So it's there. They've got the money they've got a will. They've got it all. It's just a real strange anomaly. Explains where they're at the California. I believe there's a different sensibility. It's a more liberal state. It really cares about women's soccer and volleyball and track and field. I don't know the future of college football in California am I being hyperbolic and overly dramatic. So I think there'll be talent in California because you still have so many players. There's enough you know. The the population California so enormous one out of every eight Americans live in California or something close to that. There's still a lot of talent. Now is different Demographics than other states in different things So they'll be talent there but I do agree. How much football matter are you ever going to? You know is cal. Berkeley Ever GonNa fill their stadium again or things like that just matter the way it. Does you know University of South. Carolina sells out eighty thousand steep. They are really even that good It you know if they're not getting that But there's still the talent to do that. Will People WanNa play PAC twelve football if it doesn't matter and all these states? I think what you've kind of seen you know. Oddly as Oregon's doing very well Utah is doing very well Places like that where maybe it matters a little bit more than the La School. So the biggest thing here is if they sit there and the name. Urban Meyer the next head coach at USC it solves. It's A. It's a total game changer. Usc Failure to produce right now is the biggest problem the PAC twelve. Yeah you you don't they don't have. They're not the SEC. That can have five. Different signature programs could jump up when a national title in any moment so one of them is down it's okay. Usc is by far the big dog and they have to have it and have to have football matter in La and they have to be able to fill the coliseum up and make it matter for for TV and everything and right now. Usc is not that program but all all the tools are there just the same as Texas. They get a different coach. Or we'll give klay out in a chance if he figures out It will matter and they'll start doing it but it is a different landscape doing pekair there you basically USC trojans back then were the pro football team of La the closest thing now you've got two teams it's just a whole different dynamic and so people like pro sports there. It's a little bit more like the North East part of the country where you know about. They don't care about college football in Boston. They don't care about college football in New York. They care about the jets and giants the Patriots and I think that's kind of the case out in La Could Dan the new? Nc double a ruling on name image and likeness. Could it be a competitive advantage for the PAC twelve? Because you have your googles facebook's and your apples and your youtube all based out here your net flicks you have all these media companies out here or do you think that is just a boon for college. Football holistically I think the a lot of the the the money in college in this in this name. And you like this deal is going to be social media and Why did we talk about well? You can be a sponsor of a car dealership or something like that. Those are really finite and there. It takes a while to Kinda get that you'll going for for a Trevor Lawrence to be the you know the the face of South Carolina Ford dealers or something like that. Social Media's we know can overnight you can become a star and become an influence her and so I think the the proximity to those tech companies does that help. Maybe but I think those tech company you know. It's such an organic thing that I I don't know that it really matters. You know you could become a superstar outta anywhere and so It's really more the platform that that that a school could provide in terms of that and the way the PAC twelve TV mar media. Deal is and the way it's crowded. I'm not sure that you are more exposed. Being the quarterback at Boise state than the quarterback most of the schools in the PAC twelve Boise state seems to be on TV. Every single. And I don't know that that's the case for Washington State or Oregon or whatever so or certainly a lot closer than you want. So I I think I. I don't think that that that that text factor is going to be a big big deal for although I do think tech will be. What drives this going forward because if you can you can amass a million followers and you can do that. You know week if you want if you're if something happens that's a very powerful thing. Dan Wetzel Yahoo Sports columnist. College basketball had a bad week. We see clearly top high school players many now a jettison college basketball and moved to the G. League. There's some upsides. You're you play against better players pros you get paid. The downside is you. Don't have this college basketball platform. The only reason I know who's I on is is Duke and also I think the coaching is probably better at the high end schools than it is G. League. That would be my guess but I blame the NC Double A. Here it's rigidity. This was not. They've always been bureaucratic and slow footed and and somewhat there's a rigidity with the NCW. Don't move off stuff like built like baseball. Sometimes it's their DNA. We saw this thing happening five years ago when you know. Gatorade came to sponsor the League and they call it the G. League. They were clearly trying to make this a more financially solvent reputable league and clearly going right after college basketball. I don't think it kills college basketball. Because I think it's regular season has largely largely been punctured for the last decade with a one and done stuff but what was your takeaway on an aggressive move by the G. League and the increasing talent drain in College Basketball Dan. Right so I agree with you Almost all of that College basketball will survive with pockets of fans there still Kansas fans and Dayton fans. And whatever they're going to root for their school no matter what but to break through and get those big TV numbers to get that national consciousness. You need great players. And that's why when Zion Williamson's at Duke all of a sudden everyone's watching Dick because you're like what this guy could do something tonight. I've never seen you need Zion. Williams's what I thought this week and this this this this people jumping at the G. League show is how the top players don't value. Whatever it is college basketball brings to the table and they are looking for a way out and college. Basketball sat there for for seventy years and just said we get the best players you know you come here and this is the best spot. It isn't anymore. The top guys want out so you whatever it is you you have done. You're not selling yourself to recruits anymore like recruits are sitting there saying. I I got a better path and it goes a little bit to where you're talking about the excitement in L. A. And how it could hurt a conference like the kids in California are leaving to go to the SEC. Because they're looking and saying that's big time football. This isn't right. These guys are going this big time basketball or this is the best path and some of these things that the college basketball. I could've done that haven't maybe they should. But I've been saying for years like things like you know. Try to work out something the way they do in the NHL where you can get drafted coming out of high school and Still Play College basketball if you look. You look in in in college hockey. There's a ton of first round draft pick even let alone around guys that are picked that go and say. I'm going to university Wisconsin. Anyway let your his workout for pro teams in the summer. What if the top college players could spend a summer a in the summer the NBA southerly? Yeah hated intern. More opportunity to work out with personal trainers these kids now are looking and saying this is a better path for to develop into an NBA player than going to play from Schakowsky than going to play for. John cale party now. Maybe this new name is German. Lightness helps that. Because you can become a star Kentucky or Kansas or Duke and make a lot of money Zion would have been worth a lot of money anyway coming out of high school but he was worth a lot more because of what do. P- did for Madison for but they have to start selling themselves. They're not the only game in town and we've been ringing that bell for a long time but they ignore it and now I think you gotta sit there and say whatever it is. We're not getting crossed to these kids that this is a good path for U. Hi everybody the heard. Over fifty years ago two men with a passion for Motorsport and engineering began building race engines in an old abandoned mill. They saw an opportunity on every wide. Open road an invitation in every curve. It was a chance to push the envelope. Break all the rules. It was a chance to prove that a two ton family sedan could have the performance to compete in a twenty four hour track race but shocking the competition and building a reputation. It wasn't enough. 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