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"bob moore" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"bob moore" Discussed on VUX World

"Cool and we just I think going to do the same thing. We do have a few more user questions If we if we miss any of them sorry the lottery coming through just mentioned. Common Simon was asking a movie screenplays useful all. Yes I think they had some use. They are They're they're kind of idealized and of course we're building a conversational agent also idealized interaction. So I think I think they have some use. I think the conversation science so opposition analysis give you a fuller picture of the mechanics but I but I think dialogue is are these that experimented with using that Ford to recognize different kinds of Phrases for actions. It's I think you need to use it carefully. Because it's not you know it's it's somebody's idealized version of reality versus something closer to reality thing that's nice about it is. We had a lot of movie and TV scripts that are publicly available so that that's a nice source and so we've experimented that a bit. Yeah I used to. I sometimes recommend people and now now now that you've kind in positive don't workshops where we've had we've done we'll have people plow become position. It's it's staged obviously so it's not natural boy you'd have them play the composition and then you would take. I pass of Y'all kind of dialogue but what I what I've done quite low in the past. Only because I used to do myself I used to read on the BBC. Bbc site called the Writers Room and essentially. It's just loads of the old scripts and stuff runoff from dramas and comedies. And stuff. Like that. I just read them just to see how because obviously right in dialogue is different to Ryan something to be read and so I used to read scripts for that purpose is to see. How do you write dialogue boy? You probably don't get for not given what you just explained as you don't get the natural kid interaction of a compensation you the dialogue right in. But not necessarily the interaction newsouth. That said. Yeah I was just GonNa put you. Don't get a lot. You don't get as much of the things like repair. So what would you think you can beat that the If you do get repairs tends to be more meaningful. Like somebody is making statement. They're challenging by saying what did you would. You mean it. Just I don't understand so mundane repairs me do things like Sequence closers like Oh okay you get of those. I noticed that.

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"bob moore" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"bob moore" Discussed on VUX World

"Then it'll work on any of these L. Even work like special Most suited for things like a robot interphase Avatar interface right whereas a with But were voice only worked with SMS WITH MOBILE DESKTOP. Whatever and so that's the concept that we have a conversation. I designed like conversation with that. Is that you know the the utterances are they're shorter than when you get in indictments documents of as inheritance right. That's not that's not If you break it has short bits to To enable more back and forth sort of fast paced back and forth so that the content signed for that Annals so you need to be able to accomplish all the actions of the introducing topic getting onto to the next topic when whatever is going on your your application. You need to be able to do that. All the words are sorry through only words. If you're doing that voice voice only so you can create. Yeah so there's things like that to make it conversational. Make more like him. Compensation than than you know whether you're with our design framework agnostic as to whether it's GonNa be eventually on texts or invoice and I actually tried to do that is on both and and love. What we do is sinus. That works the conversation. Conversation are works the same way on any of the channels and then on the channels that have screen realist state. We can use that to enhance the conversation but not to change its mechanics so we have a navigation with has got some cards. It's a travel agent Cars ahead information Destinations or actions or flights as you can click on a card. We'd added that. Click on the card. We tell the conversation. They just looked on the cards. Las Vegas Contexts to the to the compensation system but the conversation doesn't work in fundamentally different way. It works the same way whether it's over voice or attacks so that's that's the most immediate benefit is that I see this. I see I see teams where they built a agent for one channel and then climb wants to go to the different channel and they had to redesign the whole thing. Because the interaction doesn't doesn't across an you spoke you had a A very good way of frizz in maybe of kind of touched on a very good way of separating out the interaction from the dialogue. I'm wondering whether you might be to kind of expand about what you mean when you say. Interaction Interaction circuit interaction from the language. So yeah that's right okay. So that's kind of high level. I think that part of interaction is missing. He's right now by that. I mean that we have to build a conversational agent..

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"bob moore" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"bob moore" Discussed on VUX World

"Yes most of my career. I've spent people studying people conversation in the wild we all naturally occurring conversation and As conversation analysts we go out to the world whiz recording devices for Christmas reporters and cameras and we want to capture that naturally occurring conversation. Not Not what happens in the lab or y'all synthetic conversation naturally bring in conversation in all kinds of different settings we bring him back to the lab and a transcribed it in in excruciating detail to to to reveal all the details of usually and then from that Identify abstract formal patterns of how people talk so So that's what Denver most my career but ended Glass five years as conversational agents have Had A resurgence and IM got into the space. We had a couple of products or trading conversational agents. I started put on a new hat and I learned how to design dialogue and build a conversational agents using these systems. And the whole time might actually. I've wanted to for the twenty years. I wanted to create opping machines using my knowledge of of arguments but his only bustle about last year. So I started been learning some of the designs. Some you ex design some dialogue engineering and trying to bring the two the two fields together station analysis. Alexa cool. And that's the one. We spoke briefly before and that was kind of a really good. A really good analogy. You mentioned that when web design was I kind of being becoming a thing and actually I think it's. It's even mentioned that. The first part of the is that when people started designing websites the skillset they took from other areas. Like graphic design and applied those principles to to to website design essentially. I'm wondering whether you might be able to kind of elaborate on that little bantams of how you can see the practice of conversational analysis applying to people who are designing and create in the voice. Compensation sure I mean. I think I think we're at a time right now with Voice.

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"bob moore" Discussed on VUX World

VUX World

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"bob moore" Discussed on VUX World

"It's sunny here too. So it's a curtain but scully well. It's going to be a good weekend. I think this is a good way to start it it is. I couldn't think of a better way to start it because ladies and gentlemen boys and girls our guest today is Mr Bob Moore of IBM Bob. Welcome thank you. It's a pleasure absolutely pleasure to have you on either. I've recently come across a copy of your book. And here's the proof conversational. You ex design a practitioners guide to the natural conversation framework and It was Mike over from the Netherlands. Who who introduced me to this book One of the voice lunches a couple of weeks ago and Carl is joining. Knows one of the organizers of voice lunches so welcome Karl Yeah I was absolutely because I've been talking about conversational design patterns and this book essentially is everything I almost had very loosely. Going on my brain put together by someone who knows a hell of a lot more about it than I do? So thank you for joining us. And we'll get into a bit more detail about all of this stuff in conversation designs and how to create natural sounding. Compositions puts a kickoff. Jorg is a bit of an overview of yourself. Boba ABOUT WHO? You are what you do on lead you to create in this book. Sure so I am says by training. A IN A in a mire in specialty is area called conversation analysis so most of the time. I studied people in the in the world and speaking in Natural Settings. I work as a research scientist that. Ibm Research Almaden Almaden. Research Centers in San Jose California. Were about twenty years in Silicon Valley Research. Labs of those awards Are In yacht labs and ask for a little bit of time at Star Abby again startup in between So.

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"bob moore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"bob moore" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Rod Blagojevich welcome the forty drive it basically saying that follow Bob Moore's mom jeans a drum doesn't okay okay well enough to come out of the shower more drive case you know you at the pole while saying that what do you do you support the current commission tax our proposals are really of the education proposals even though you may not know what's in it and you don't like the taxes on it so we'll get into that also is it the time free bill Turner's medical cannabis into our schools for students that might might need on the medical cannabis talk about that a little later on the ocean county Maryland public policy institute joins us his operate just out today the washing compost regarding that boulder needs to pursue an imprisoned criminals and we have those of us thirteenth century all discussing earlier this morning at our most disappointing news all of the of the weekend I feel for sure well I do I feel for it because I know that this is this is a close to your heart it is close to my heart was also I'm I'm I'm concerned I know the individual involved in the story and how to jump in just a few minutes so we've been discussing with great a great lengthy co when commission proposals on education sort of so forth and the court is doctor pulled its all male they are clear majority of folks support and for ninety three percent said they support more more vocational training eighty five percent of the Billy public school teachers are paid too little sixty nine percent said they believe public schools are underfunded as far as taxes go fifty one said their taxes are already too high forty four percent of their tax obligation is about right and three percent said their taxes are too low they always have the option of of or including a larger check with her yeah yeah as I promise you that your taxes are too low simply you know write a check for whatever you think the appropriate about is the send it along but here's what they did not do in the poll they did not ask if it costs you X. number of dollars a year are you in favor of these proposals because that's actually the the real information sixty nine percent of people in this poll we're familiar with the current commission stuff yeah so they had read nothing nothing at all and they're they're saying yeah but it's a good idea all along second you realize how much this going to cost you mean it do you realize that it's a forty billion dollar expense over ten years or four billion a year and that money has to come from your wallet there's a point at which the information is not linked up here and one would hope that in the next poll they would at least get a so we get a truer of a truer representation of what taxpayers actually think it is and also how many of these taxpayers are seven hundred all Berliners Ripoll by telephone in this poll that may have a mailing services or or may have companies or did not know that they're talking about expanding the sales tax to services which could if you have a small business could severely and negatively impact you or again if you use any of these services from dog walking to the beauty salons to legal services through landscaping whatever that it you're gonna end up paying more so again that would be a thing of the that would include that information but also what I found interesting in this poll Marylanders are divided about the sports gaming our proposal forty seven percent say support legalizing sports betting online forty three percent oppose at the same time forty nine percent oppose legalizing sports betting of stadiums racetracks and casinos and forty five percent support area so this goes what down the middle yeah here on legalizing sports game and I think a lot of the concern would be you know the addiction issue number one because a lot of people do get addicted to gaming and gambling too we're delivering on CD element to to Maryland I I would argue it is it would be hard to to bring in another CEO element of more on CD that the General Assembly but that's a whole different argument to be had yeah but but again this is just one of the user sort of like utopian polls perfect for sure you know it doesn't cost me anything at all right don't cost me anything at all and your and you'd like to improve the education wants to be a very with I haven't actually seen the question without sort of kind of what I think the way it went down all right so you can weigh in on that as well for ten W. C. B. M. six eighty one eight hundred W. C. B. M. six eighty you can email us as well at the morning drive W. C. B. M. dot com or text into the show using the W. C. B. a mobile phone up by the.

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"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"You look at all the disruption from spotify and Pandora and everything else. We have going on in her medium right now. That sports seems to really hold its own. Here's the one thing I will say. As long as there are terrestrial radio. Stay you know radios in cars. And you can listen to a live NFL game and I'll on the radio or a college football game, Alabama versus you know Arkansas or something like that, because we only deal with the top top five conferences, so it's top tier stuff, and and when you get to the NFL. That's the pinnacle of everything in Sports. That's hard to beat now. Do we have competitors? Yes, we have serious. Tune in. Now. The giants are trying to get involved in it, but as long as that radio you know. Is Free accessible. I think it's hard to beat us. Nfl I just I actually earlier today in the latest television ratings has made quite a pop again and last year was off a bit, and it seems to be up again. Which is interesting I think it's the number one sport in the world yeah. I think you're one hundred percent correct. Film in a little bit on what your day to day is now. Are you negotiating with sports teams with station? I don't get involved in that. That's Larry's. You know we have three people do that. That do the contracts and the negotiations with the teams because that's gotten very. Very expensive all this competition has increased the price of doing business I say so. My job basically is managing the sales organizations that work with us. Looking at new opportunities, trying to look at it as I said earlier, we were kicking the tires of the English premier league, soccer, and just trying to find things to match up to our football. Little! League World Series You know triple, crown horse racing things we can do a little league. World series actually got into this year, which was the first time I've ever been into it, but it's really entertaining to watch. It's entertaining to watch, and it's a great again. If I'm a sports station, too, I WANNA put two is screaming at each other about nothing on on the weekends or do I wanna put live sports on. That's been our secret to our successor safe for the family out and were white label, so we can run on ESPN. We can run on Fox. We Have Fox affiliates ESPN affiliates because we don't do don Don Don Don. So that's the beauty of our product, and when we go to somebody in a were on four, hundred, eighty, four hundred plus radio stations across the country, but when we go to somebody, that's what we offer them. You can get live. Morning and afternoon NFL football game, and also basically your weekend. You know your Sunday afternoon is taken care of. Really so greatly appreciate the time. This has just been a pleasure. My pleasure, your knowledge and The the careers just an amazing story and I've learned so much a followed I mean we've become friends over the last few years, but I really followed your career and it's. It's an honor to be able to have this conversation. It's my pleasure. And the fact is I reflect when I listened to something like this. How lucky I've been and I've got I've really been lucky to have experienced what I experienced and the opportunities that are these guys these great? Radio Legends look gave me these opportunities. That's what I'm most thankful for. Bob Moore, thank you so much for joining us today. Really appreciate it bye pleasure..

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"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"It and There's no doubt that you've had an unbelievable amount of success following well I'll tell you a quick story. So, Lou came in right after they bought the took over the radio stations and wanted to have a staff meeting and in the staff meeting he made a comment. That they own strategy research, so he'd done radio research markets all over the country top ten markets number, one market number, one hundred market and what he found was. There is absolutely no difference between Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Los Angeles when it came to running radio operating a radio station. It's just different markets, and so after the meeting he came into my office and I, said Lu I appreciate everything you did I believe you're? Great you guys have a vision. I understand that I'll try to perform as best I. can for this vision, but I have to differ with you. I worked in small market radio. There's a major difference between Tuscaloosa and Los Angeles I. Don't think they ever bought that I. Don't think they ever believed that I think a lot of ways. They were cutting edge and a lot of our success to them and I think that they did a lot of things I do think they take more slack than. Than, they probably should. I think they did a lot of things right very very bright, but there's no doubt they did some things wrong to their own admission and to your point town square has built a whole business on. They are completely different. Townsquare purposely stays out of the top fifty markets because it is a different business, it is a different different world. Fascinating, so you leave there, I leave there. You go to work with Norma get to norm. As President of courtside Entertainment Group which we have Dr Drew. Love Line Bill. O'Reilly it's funny. You come into the wild west you go. I. It's like you never left I never laughed. You've got your revolver on your your Your Spurs and ready to go out. And so, what's that like I mean? This is really the first podcast company of its kind. Well. At that time, we were only syndicated radio. All you and I was trying to bring podcasting in. As, a adjunct to our syndicated programming, so I was talking to Frank Creamer who had? A little podcast network going I. Forget the name of it, but he had a podcast network yet about twelve or thirteen shows and I was very familiar with Adam doing his podcast. So I kept telling norm. You know. Maybe we should add some podcasts. It would be great, you know he goes wealth. You can sell it. Anybody can sell it and make money on it. We'll do it, but other than that. I'm not interested Oh. This is crazy I know it is so we then met with Adam to do a feature with Adam okay. syndicated one minute feature. Like Corolla rants. And Adam had no interest in doing it because he wanted to concentrate on his podcast network. I'd keep talking to norm. We were the beauty of that. Year that I was there. was. It was so much developmental stuff that was happening. There was the. Streaming, there was gaming. There was sports east sports or just starting at that time right and. We had meetings with all those people. They all wanted norms impression input. They wanted his by off either him to merge with I'm Bhai into the company do something. So we got to see a lot of different things, so norm kept saying to me find somebody that can sell these podcasts and make money with it, and then we'll get into the business. So? I checked around with a bunch of people and I. Called Eric Weiss and I said Hey do you know anybody that's doing these podcasts that successful selling them? And he goes yeah. I Know Kit Gray should talk the kit gray. So eye contact kit gray. We get together for lunch. He tells me he's got. Like twenty comedians that he's representing a podcast network. It's Bill Burr. It's Bill Maher. It's Adam Corolla it's. I mean just like Marc Maron at the time all the top comedians that we're doing podcasts. So I said, are you making money with it? He goes. Yeah, no, it's great I'm making money you know I get to work out of my house and I sit in the Marino with my dog and I just make the appointments. Go out on them and set up these calls, and it's all great because it's live reads. It's personal endorsements. It's p-1 listeners because they're all. You know fanatical fans of these hosts. So I set up a meeting I said. You know you should really come in and work with us because we could really blow this up a major scale. So I set up a meeting with norm. And Norm obviously woos him and blows away. And we start podcast one. And that becomes the network and what I never saw. which norm saw immediately? Which is why I? Give them all the credit in the world. Norm said this isn't an adjunct to the network. Syndication businesses a little side business. This is Westwood One. All over all over again. This is two hundred three hundred shows that we put a network together. Higher sales people all over the country. And build this giant footprint. And I say nobody saw this but nor. Did you leave because he didn't see the vision. I left. Because after about two or three months norm, said look. You're my radio guy. Is I want you to concentrate and we adjust done a deal with Laura Ingram okay. and. I had to take a hard reflection on my career and say do I want to end my career with? Love Line the Dr Drew One minute. Clinic Bill O'Reilly and Laura Ingram. Not that's not what I WANNA do. So I left at the end of the year. I just said. You know what this doesn't work is not what I WANNA do here in. He said I know you want the shiny new toy. But that's not your stronghold, right? You're strong radio. I can't argue with them and now. And now you're working with Larry Khan right so I laugh because Larry had been tried to hire me for a couple years to come in and run his company Sports USA DO NFL NC double a football and we were getting into podcasting and doing some other sports, Little League world series, triple crown of horse, racing radio terrestrial radio stuff. So. I want to work there. I was two thousand twelve. So, what does it seven years? Yeah, that's fantastic and obviously built a great business. Yeah, you guys have a lot of the NFL game. We doing NFL doubleheader every Sunday college game of the week ballgames. You done sports. Talk Radio, music radio. What's your favorite? Well nothing will ever. Kayla sex? will nothing will ever ever come close to the high I had with Kayla? Ex, it was done dominant radio I mean. It was a life changing radio station and it was something you really created out as it helped. Create was involved on the ground floor. Worked with Howard for fifteen years, it was. I mean there's nothing in my career though. Those fifteen years. It was a license to print money. Back to Larry really quickly, and you look at sports and what you're doing there. Do you feel that that is the best John Ras Farce format goes I. Don't want say the safest, but I guess we'll just use that word when.

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"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"We're not a P. P.. You know we were A. Lifestyle radio station. Our listeners weren't gonNA wear. You know a giant beeper on their side in all, and if you remember the early phases, rollouts a PPM by the way Roy Laughlin the one who told me this will kill Kale. Sacks PPM will destroy Kale axe. Because! It was geared to hype profile radio stations. Sure that Shannon told me the same thing played a lot of music. Yeah, that's when I mean. Let's face it. IHEART are clear channel at the time to less is more right. Turn to failure and I think everyone was reacting off of though yeah, the -nology which through everything upside down. So it was a very. Difficult period it was very difficult period. Are you the US at this point I'm the GM and DOS never left off I never let gave up the GM dude. Oh, I realized that nobody could take care of the GM sex and the DOS, cluster. KAYLA sex didn't fit in the Pie. You know when you you look at it. You say okay. We're going to take this and we're going to put it with this. You can't take Kayla sachse Mary it with care. Shirt doesn't work. You can't take Kale a Saxon Mary it with anybody else. It just didn't work. We were the odd man out in that situation. When you obviously have a baby, you can't argue. Argue the sex. Wasn't your baby? Oh, how do you remain neutral when you're going and doing a call for the wave? For instance you have to I, mean I. Just I mean that at least I was smart enough to know that that's what I had to do and I. Mean I was professional enough to understand. Yeah, you know. When the by was women thirty, five, fifty, four and I had the wave. Wave and care and knx can't go in there and force feed, them, K, rock and Kale sex doesn't work. Do you feel like that was ever a perception of that that you played favorites within the building? I don't think so I. Really don't because at that time. My job was the Garner share sure get as much business as we possibly could, and you did. Any can't argue that you didn't do an. An amazing man I mean that was. If you look at how that clusters performed over the year, right churn and market managers people returning I mean it's I think certainly an the can't look past the biggest recession the country has seen it was says down mustache. Yeah, so when do you move from CBS? To I? Guess at that time citadel to go work for free at Kayla Wesson. KABC. About two thousand nine. Mike maybe January something like that for read calls me because we'd always been close. And says. I want you to come over and run KABC Kahlo us and he'd just bought those assets from Disney corrector. ABC had them maybe a year year and a half. Okay, maybe two years something like that. And I was dying to get back to be in control. So, I said to him the same thing. I'll do it, but you gotTA. Let me run the radio stations. You know I love at that time remembered. CBS is very corporate. Share not making decisions to change this to do this. You Know Very Very Corp Zoe's callous x goes to CBS. It changes a lot of very corporate. Yeah, it's still let's do everything but. They never I don't think anybody understood it. Mel Understood it right. I don't think anybody else did in the corporate world other than it was a cash machine guy. Got It, but you had a lot of people looking over your shoulder right right? Okay so. I said to free you. Let me run it. I'll come over there. He goes. Can you fix it I go trust me I can fix it. That's what I do. So. That's when I went to was KABC's a you go in the throes of the recession to KABC? What's two thousand nine? Yeah, that's the throws of the room and it doesn't get much two thousand now i. mean that's a tough time tough very tough time and so walk me through that. What's it like to work for Farid? His another I mean Sonam icon treated me like a king. Really Kazoo Mellon Farid understood one thing. Your job. You got two jobs. You gotTA. Keep the license. And you gotTA. Make a Lotta money. You keep the license and you make a lot of money. You're a hero. No It keep the license. You don't make a lot of money. You're going to get beat up every single day. So. He treated me really well. I I could never say a negative thing about Farid I've been very fortunate to work for really people that treated me great and respected what I did. What's your I I? Mean so you go there and you understand the dynamics of the market that time clear channel has a full cluster CBS has a full cluster. Now you're basically you've got to stay right? What's your on an island? You are what's your game plan attack? Grow! Attack guerrilla marketing do anything and everything we can to disrupt the other guys. Now at this point is at your idea. Are the dodgers already K. dodgers, their their dodgers? Okay, so walk me through that relationship and dealing with the team as big as the dodgers. Phenomenal was a great great i. mean it. It was the glue that held KABC. Together. Because Remember. Our competitor was KFI right. KFI's the the beast that never stops growing. So here we are trying to compete against them, and when I took it over. Don't forget when I took it over. It's Doug McIntyre in the morning. Then it's. Joe Scarborough. Out of New York. then. It's Sean Hannity on Her New York. Then it's. Mark Levin out of Washington. I don't get another local show. Till I think eight, seven or eight o'clock at night, which is Peter told us. So I'm I've got all these indicated show right which are not. I'm not against Kfi. So against John and Ken I'm putting up Mark Levin before trump right away, you know. Trump was in office I would have had powerhouse radio station. This is before trump. Yeah, so I call, and then at night I have not trumpets Obama right? It'd be anymore all right, and then at night I have What's his name? The The Guardian Angel. Oh You know I'm talking about. I do. And I call for read, and I go free because they work. And what do you mean it's not working I got to change this he goes. You can't change it. These are syndicated shows. You know this is not costing us a lot of money by by. These are all big talents I said look. Hannity Works Lavigne works, but I gotta get rid of this other stuff, so I got rid of Joe Scarborough. And tried because again I'm hip shooter I. Tried Frosty Heidi and frank on am radio. That didn't go over well, but it. It was interesting. It was interesting shock. Yeah, they're fans came. No one else came. Off. And then we got rid of. The Guardian Angel Guy at night, and I put another local show in there, but with the dodgers. That was the lifeblood. That's what kept the radio station going and what everybody in the business hated me for? which was the paid programming on the weekend? We made a fortune with that. which honestly in a Lotta ways changed the business to change the business completely? Yeah, and then on Kahlo as you've got a legendary morning show so I go there. As Howard Stern's guy. So mark and Ryan can't be very popular. Right? And Mark and Brian are now working out the last nine months of their contract because they've been told before I..

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"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"Is Calling it radio. Hindenburg I'm they're. Calling me at three o'clock in the morning going Bob Have you lost your mind. Are you under some spell? Got Got to a Rehab Facility. There's obviously something he's lost his mind. This is going on for about two months so every day I'm going to Walter going. We gotta take the River Howard goes. Kill the river this way. This reversed on all the promo everything. Goes Kill the river destroyed. It goes. You're destroying the radio station, so we'd kill the rebirth. I'm going to Cato every day sitting down with them and saying Kato. Don't want you to talk about whether he did it or not, but you've got to kind of build a relationship to the audience of why you're involved in this case. Did you know him? Did you hang out with them? Right? Friends with the family. Did you do anything you know where you locked in that back room, never saw anything until the night of the murders, but you just gotTa talk about something. So the day that they did the glove thing you know, will it fit? You gotTA doesn't fit. You gotTa Crack Yeah I. said the Cato. You've got to talk about this, you. You can't not talk about it because the audience is not react. They're not buying into this. So he goes on the air and and his topic is imagine an alien lands on the four Oh five freeway. What would you do? So. I saw very quickly that an older would keep coming to me every morning going. This ain't work and how many how big of a day party you giving Cato Cato Ed two hours. Geez out Seattle Fire Kato. I had a fire I. mean. We got rid of Auburn Olsen because those two it. As you well know you're a radio programmer. You can't just grab two people. Put them together and make it work. It's tough. Yeah, if there's no chemistry, it doesn't work. Now. The guys that had the most chemistry chemistry were the regular guys, and then they blew up on the air, so we had to fire them, but. So I had to fire over and Olsen. Kato. Ricky Rachman got in a fight with dicey. And Punch. Doug staedtler out so I had to do something with the the. Linda Mule Yeah Yeah Well Ryan. All about I remember. This made like big news, right? Conway and Sackler, we're talking about the fact that Ricky was dating this Janine. Linda, Mueller, this porn star right. and. Con stickler was making these. Derogatory, discouraging remarks about her, so ricky got upset. Came to the radio station and punched. Stadler! Punched him out got arrested. Let let other radio station in handcuffs. Neil say he's gone. So stickler called the police. Yeah, Oh, yeah, filed a police report. Oh my God! Are you at the station at this hour? Yeah. So. And I'm in a meeting downstairs in the conference room and we get a phone call, and it's in the meeting and says Ricky punched out. staedtler and I'm thinking Ricky Philly our. Remember Ricky. Phillies Roger. And they said no Rachman so I fight. We had to get rid of him. We had to get rid of the regular guys Kato. o'byrne Olsen mother loved did not work at all. That was like a nightmare. Then we got rid of Vox, the rock and roll psychic. What are your bosses? A greater media at this point says so supportive. They knew we could fix it. What's revenue like is? The station drops from twenty three to sixteen. We lose seven million dollars. People would say to us. Literally I would go to clients that we had relationships with for ten fifteen years. I don't want free spots I. Don't want anything. I don't want to be on your radio station. McDonald's Ford dealers. and. What's your answer to him? It was the best thing that ever happened to me. You know why why I want to sail. Staff and I said look. There's a path of least resistance. That's the agencies. We're not going to get him. Gordon, create business yet new business. Same thing happened with Howard agencies didn't want to buy him, I said what are we going to pack? Our tent moved to another town. Go find clients that want to buy them. And that opened the doors? And made us not one hundred percent dependent on agency business. And you're getting better eight getting a much better rate results. Yeah, which means they keep coming back buying more and. Measurable. So how do you stabilize this ship? You've got obviously. Howard stays as your anchor, but you've basically now completely rebuilt the rest the radio station now it's nineteen ninety seven. Malcolm Zahn is the radio station. and. Dan Mason Is the head of the radio. Division he goes. Remember being the guy you quit on in Houston after three months so Dan calls me and I go hey Dan. How are you? That's great. You Know Mel's coming out next week. He wants to meet with you. Go. Yeah, no problem I'd love to. So, Mel comes out I took on a take him through what we're everything and he looks at me and he goes. Do me a favor. BUB! Shut the station off after ten am. Save me the power bill. Until you hire a program director that knows what he's doing and get the right talent in here. Don't do this anymore. So I called Kevin weatherly. 'cause I was now part of the family, sure right and I said Kevin. I need a program director that can help. With Howard and FM talk. He goes. You don't need a program director. You need a producer. I want you to call. Jack Silvery down in San Diego give them a call. So I called Jack. He drove up here. We met at the high are the Howard Johnson, whatever it is the one on the four. Oh Five! Yeah, sure I know exactly. Yes, circular build right. And I went. This is my guy hired him on the spot. And you guys work together for quite some time. Eighteen nineteen years, and then he brings in Corolla. Now. This is way way earlier, so he brings first thing he does is bring like us in other now we have now. We have Howard in the morning, so you get to work. Turn Radio Turns. Off Go in the office. You got one two four minutes. The catch them in afternoon drive when they get back in their car to go home. Like US goes into afternoon drive. He catches them. And all because that was Tom Zach. That the time he was on conservative Talk Radio on Kfi Pride, and when he came to Kayla Sex, he realized my demos. I'm following Howard Stern. It's not that I'm on right after Howard. But those cars the go to work when they shut the radio off, it's on ninety seven one. So I gotta catch him and one to three minutes in afternoons. So That work that piece worked than we did. Several midday shows until we got to. You know we had Sam Rubin we had a bunch of other people filling in after Howard between between Howard and the actual midday.

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"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

07:20 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"He wanted to know he was very interested in the radioside. He'd always wanted radio stations. He was very interested in the radio side, so he was very involved in that. Would he go on calls with you because he's a very? Oh, yeah. That's not the right word but Dynamic. Thank you just had a party at his house which was like this? Zillionaire man. Home be hills all with all the clients and everything, so if you've got a client or someone who's close to a dealership and they're interested. I got tickets I got Laker tickets I had four seats. I had four on the other side. All my Gosh, she's series. So you had your own set it tickets that you could go out and Internet access them. And then he had a big enough client, oh my God and high seats. The hockey Oh Jeez. Yeah, that's back Gretzky oh. Yeah, these are the days, yeah! So, he had a one more thing on norm. Let's get back to you, but while we're here. I certainly like to talk about it. He had a Yod as well correct at a yacht in an airplane. a Bob the life man that you have. This was insane so back to the COP store. Yes, so norman. I are flying to New York. Okay while you're at Casey O p. no, no, no, this is when I'm at pirate appear at A. Case right right. I was Senior Vice President Executive Vice President of the Westwood One radio. Group so we're flying to New York. Right on his private plane so when you didn't want to fly mgm, you could take. He invited me, said you WANNA. Come with me I'm going to New York you want. Are you going out there I? Said Yeah. Actually I've got a bunch of calls scheduled meetings. He goes wanted to fly with me, so we're flying out there and he goes. Do you know I hired you? And I said now. And he said I said well I didn't say no, I said Yeah because I'm the best general manager in the country as well. That's part of it, but that's not the reason I said. Because I'm very creative and I work well with talent and people he goes. That's part of it, but that's not the reason and I go. Why did you hire me and he goes because you work the case, GOP and if you could sell that Shit you could sell anything. I-. Norms job before. Westwood one was the local sales manager of Casey. O P. o No kidding I never knew that. That's incredible relationships. Still to this day is is strong and we'll get to that absoltely so. How long are you at at the Westwood One Radio Group? Overseeing pirate and he I took those stations right to the ground zero. So. Ninety Eighty, nine, ninety, ninety. One is when the crash really was going on the first recession. Right so. Business was very difficult. Interest rates were extremely high. Then notes that we borrowed to buy. Those radio stations were really. You know high interest rates. I remember someone I think was Johnny. K told me the story he'd bought a house. In that era I. think is in seventeen or eighteen percent on his crazy so. The Loan payments every quarter were more than we were making. Oh, my gosh, so norm, said you know we can't chase this. Can you turn around. Can you make pirate radio instead of fifteen million and billing? Can You do twenty five million? Can you get new? York the fifteen million. CAN HE GET DEBBIE? W of fifteen million. Because that's basically what we had to do, so he decided to sell the radio stations. So. How long were you there at that point so I was there? Ninety one to ninety three little over two years. Were you at this point second-guessing grave, leaving greater media. Yes and no. But I'll tell you what. And there's a hundred radio owners. That would have said. Your Contracts GonNA end. And I'll work with me. We'll try to help you at the end. Etcetera, etcetera norm came to me. This is a man. She came to me and said look I'm going to have to sell these radio stations. You've done a great job. It's not fair. I'm going to extend your contract for another year I'm going to give you X. amount of more stock helped me work this deal out I. Need you to go to the meetings? Make the deals work with me. ETC, etc, while he paid me every single nickel of that. And if you remember back in those days, it was very commonplace for people to get sold out of a job and walk out the door with six weeks or four weeks or something like that are still incredibly in place and I think back. That was back in the Corporate Raider Days in Utah Yeah. That's exactly it was all acquisitions. It was all these venture. That's when ventures I came in sure. So these fascinating people I mean norm just one we're GONNA get buried in the Dickie's and CBS. Now so you you feel at least you're okay financially. You've got a year long deal, so at least you're not to cry stressed and you've got some time to find your your next Gig. Well I WANNA radio GIG. And, Someone Hooks me up with a head hunter. Four kick and kilt and Houston. Okay the big country surgeons Westinghouse yeah so. I go on, meet Dan Mason I fly back to Maryland. Meet with Dan Mason. and. You know. He offered me the job, so I'd take the job in Houston. Hugh moved to Houston. Oh I didn't know anything about this either, so we all pod. You'll leave your la dream now I leave my l a dream. And how does Helen in your house your daughter at this point seven? My daughter's like so this is ninety three. She's born in eighty five. So, what does she seven? Yes, okay, so she's still pretty young up, but so I go down there by myself and they're going. Because the school years already started I saw. They're going to go down. It's August I go down there. They're going to finish the first year and then come to Houston so. We're flying back and forth looking at real estate and everything, and after about four months. I realized this is the mistake of my life. I woke up one morning. Houston's got the greatest in the world. The nicest people I've ever met in my life. It's the only time in my entire career. The people would call me up and say. How are you doing, Bob? How do you enjoy our city and I? Would say oh, it's great. What do you need? You need tickets to something. No. I just wanted to see how you're doing genuine genuine. So About four months in though I wake up one morning. It's. Eighty eight degrees six o'clock in the morning. It's raining and it's ninety six percent humidity. And I went..

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"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"Fleet was gone. Because I was driving to an appointment in January. In my suit I top coat my shoes and half the streets and Madison around forty five degree angles. It's twenty below zero and the streets are ice. My car slides down hits to other cars and I'm stuck in all bank. And I got out of the car about two hours later it got towed to a garage and I got back to the radio station and I went. This is I gotta get Outta here. This is killing me. And I did the. Stupidest thing you ever do in your radio career I. answered an Ad In Broadcasting Magazine. which was you know everything under the Sun, the luxury, the beauty. It was K. Easy Y in Anaheim sure and I flew out for an interview. they picked me up at LAX. Drove me down. Four zero five freeway got off on Beach Boulevard says in February. Got Off on Beach Boulevard drove down to pch drove pch. All the way down came back up and around to Qaisy wise radio station, and I was I was here. Your soul is seventy five degrees. It was beautiful. It's freezing in Wisconsin and It was You know it was a great experience I worked. At what easy y. what are you feeling at this time user anxiety knowing I really know none zero I knew that I when I was sixteen years old I went to a high school dance. I dyed my hair blonde. As you know spray yeah, hair dye and I told everybody I was GONNA move to California and become a beach bum. So. Took me a little longer to do it. You had this on your vision I definitely because I was a car nut. And all I did was read car. Magazines and everything was in California sure the whole carcasses I would've paid. Anybody in Wisconsin that had a black license plate with yellow letters that said California that would be like you know the icon of everything. So are your parents supportive? Oh. Yeah, no I-. Parents I left to come to California a year later. They moved to Florida retired moved to Florida so yeah, they were very supportive, so you're out here. Your first GIG is a casey. Why E do you move to? Are you in Orange County? Where do you live in the county and? Staying, you know live in an awkward garden apartments. Buddy. That's that's an LA thing. I lived in Oakwood for about the everybody does. A. So. What's your first car? You're you you get your first major market gig. Did you have a something you splurged on? You? Buy Yourself a nice car. Would you do? Let's start with the I. Don't think it's quite a major market. It's my sister in law Sanjay major market adjacent. So I drove out here in my nineteen seventy-one Javelin S. T.. Oh, my God with the Wisconsin license plates extravagant. That was kind of like the Pacer now the Javelin was. They're kind of sporty model. Okay, okay. and I drove out here and that with the White Wisconsin Yellow Wisconsin license plates, and within about two hours I, realized I stood out like a sore thumb. Like. Some farmer has just pulled in and I pulled into the parking lot. And every other car was a foreign car Mercedes audie Jaguar, so my first car was an audi- one hundred Alma realize how sure our nineteen seventy-one audie one hundred four speed, and you just feel like you're on top of felt like I had California. License plates I was like made. That's fantastic, and you start off assuming being as a very difficult position, and it's certainly not easy and certainly not easy, and in a major at an adjacent to a major market. How did that go right off the bat? Well it was very interesting because they had a policy that. If you called on somebody else's account and you sold it. You had the split the commission with that other salesperson, so I'm brand new to the market and I. I don't know where I am I. Don't know where I'm going. And there was an older sales guy that had been there about twenty years, and he would say here's ten accounts. You should call on. And I'll and they were his accountant's so I'm author selling his? Splitting the commission. So I'm thinking. About about six weeks I'm going this Saint I don. This isn't the way to do it. It was good I mean he was getting paid off. Clever guy. Why at that time was a great great radio station. So how'd you end up from easy Y in television? Because I know you spent time at KABC and Casey O. P. so that's why I said. I'm not sure if you have six hours today, but we'll go through his resume quickly. Yeah, Casey Y. I WANNA to move to La. 'cause I WANNA get into the big leagues right so I apply for a job at Kiro Q. a M. Fifteen hundred shirk karaoke, the new the new hot rock station in Los Angeles. So I get hired as a salesperson. Roommate in Casey. Why wants to come to L. A. also he? He applies Katie in fifteen eighty Katie, so he gets hired, so we both move up to Los Angeles and realize that between the two of us. Are Radio stations don't reach more than a quarter mile from the radio. I I, so I stayed there for a little over a year. went through all I. Don't know if you know the history of k rock am but all the trials and tribulations checks bouncing and Oh, always it was insanity him. At the time it was a company called Burbank Broadcasting. It was a consortium of fourteen individual owners, and they came on the air with a big bar. You know they had Charlie Tuna Sam riddle I forget all the different but major talents. They hired a bunch of people from Cage Jay Big Jim. Would the WLS. You Know Guy, so they had all these big talent Johnny Darren at all. These major talents paid a lot of money had a fourteen person. News Department Shays Big Irish and it was A. Small, am station out of Burbank so after you know of a typical non radio owners after about eight or nine months without a return on investment you know. They started to pull back on money, so it got finances got tough everything then. When I left was the second regime was there which was shadow Stevens and.

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"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"I'm Bob More I'm the general manager of Kayla sex in Los Angeles keeps escalade. I am because okay. Yeah, and he goes I said, and they're telling me that I can hire Howard Stern. And these are bells words. Do you know trickery like oh? Yeah, you know Kevin Weatherly I. Know Kevin Well Those Two idiots won't hire Howard and his contract. It states if an infinity station won't put him on. He's free to market any place in the marketplace. Whole Mike God. So, I call corporate. I say. I'm going to New York next week to meet with Howard his agent. And they go. What are you talking about? I said I'm going to get Howard Stern to come to Los Angeles morning. President Dave CIANCI. Dennis loves, radio and radio. Hey, everybody, because shotty loves everybody. Very excited to welcome Bob more for our third podcast. Thank you so much for for coming today bombers. Thankful we, we appreciate it going to get into the wealth. We decided to start the first three podcast with Los. Angeles legends, so Johnny, Kay, Rick, Cummings and Bob More how great company Really Good Company and your careers just incredible, and we're GONNA get into that in a couple of minutes, but I well let me just give you a quick view of Bob's career starting in television, and then move eventually moving into radio are rises all the way to dos of CBS, running all the sales responsible for over two hundred million dollars in revenue, a year, eventually becoming the general manager for KBC Kahlo S, working with nor nor patents. podcast one and now the president of Sports USA. Company right so incredibly impressive career before we get into all of that and all the trials and tribulations in. A emotions that you went through also hiring Howard Stern here in Los Angeles. To cover I, WanNa talk about the drink that you chose for today and by the way, let me start off by congratulating you of the three interviews. We've done so far. Johnny chose a Dole whip, which is a lowered have no idea what that is. It's like shirty. Fruity frosty type drink that he got hooked on at Disneyland in front of the Tiki. Room Rick Cummings chose T-. But you have come, and actually asked us for a gin and tonic. I'll are sorry gin vodka vodka. Todd CA tonic. I'm old school when somebody asks. What your favorite drinkers I put aside my ice tea and my diet cokes and go straight for the booze and I I love that, so we're. We're officially drinking at eleven. AM and yeah town. As. I wonder how this is going. And this is how radio UC used to be so thank you for for actually a breaking out breaking out some alcohol and it's funded. Enjoy this with you. Know problem, so fill me in on the the GIN and vodka keep on Jihad ca the tonic and vodka. Why is that your favorite drink well? Here's the thing I'm a lightweight drinker I'm not a heavy drinker so I found after sampling numerous things. That vodka tonics I could tolerate because I could always add more tonic in know, and if I really wanted to be slim about it I could do vodka soda or had more so. And it's drink that I can tolerate. You know how often do you indulge? Maybe once or twice a week? Okay, I'm really I'm not a drinker. I drank handily between the ages of sixteen and twenty. One and I quit drinking between twenty, one and thirty five. No kidding for Teen Years Yeah. That must have been incredibly difficult. Just because of the career. It wasn't difficult. There really wasn't yeah. What made you decide to take the hiatus? 'cause I was totally out of control. I'm a lightweight drinker, and I grew up in Wisconsin in a small town where everybody had a fake ID at sixteen and the drinking age was eighteen and I want to the same bar from the age of sixteen to twenty one 'cause they changed the drinking age in the middle of that two twenty one. Okay, so you were like grandfathered in yeah. Why was greater than with a fake ID okay? A. Fake Id. So at that point I realized I can't tell can't handle liquor. It's not good for me so I quit for many many years, just cold Turkey. Yeah! I didn't have a drinking problem. My problem was what drinking did to me and. I never had a thirst for alcohol. Okay, yeah, so were you in Radio in Wisconsin Casino your Crohn's I graduated from college I started radio and Oshkosh Wisconsin Oh. Okay radio station am. How'd you get the job there? My next door neighbor. Was the general manager of the radio station and he ran into me when I graduated from college. And he said what are you going to do now and I said I have no idea, but I don't want to go to Vietnam and he goes. Oh, you should come out and work for me. You should sell radio advertising. I said really and he goes come by the station tomorrow and I'll show you around. We'll discuss it all my sales manager there and we'll hire you I said okay, so I drove out the radio station one of four radio stations in Oshkosh Wisconsin. And I spent two hours walking around the radio station, interviewing with them, and they hired me, and this is a true story Chachi. I sat outside of the broadcast booth, listening to watching the guy speaking to the microphone and listening Kamata those little tiny speakers outside of the booth. Sure and that was almost fifty years ago. I have no idea how that happens. Then and I have no idea still to this day. How that happened I? Mean like the technology. I know that there's something goes to a transmitter, and that goes out the airwaves, but other than that I have no idea. Oh my God! That's hysterical the truth. Have you been to a transmitter site? I. Never thought to ask Allah Howard knew that. Something goes to that I've I've replaced satellite receivers I've done the hard lines done all that I mean I've approved Sherry. Well, apparently, you don't need to know because it's worked out just fine. Work. You've had an amazing career so Oscar. Lucky! You're an account executive. Are you there? I'm there for a little over a year. And I decided that this is it man? I gotta go to the bigger market and I've got a really burst out. So they transfer me to the home station in Madison Wisconsin Okay so this is a pretty big operator and about fourteen stations. Men West family okay. I'll assure still around today still around today, so I go to Madison I'm one of like fifteen or eighteen salespeople people, and these are the days when remember am is the king and the FM is the giveaway share almost like it doesn't exist, so I was right at that transition, sixty, eight, sixty, nine, seventy were all of a sudden, the FM stations started to make an impact and start the be valuable, but it was still the am stations were the king, and it was W SM Madison. And Magic FM in Madison and W SM was a top forty rock station actually did very well and I I did very well there. And then I decided after about two years. It was time to not leave Wisconsin,.

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"bob moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Knight foundation helping NPR advance journalistic excellence in the digital age yes morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin all week our co hosts know all king it's been reporting from the US Mexico border she has brought us the voices of many people caught up in the humanitarian crisis at the border among them patrol agents who've been under heavy criticism for how they have handled the situation Carlos favela is executive vice president of the el Paso border patrol union the biggest misconception is that border patrol agents are or evil and their mean spirited at various stations I've seen core they have collection boxes where they just come in and drop off you know small clothing items for the kids or toys so the kids can play with even plush toys you know I seen him do this fellow is responding to reports that emerged last month of these chaotic filthy scenes particularly in Clint Texas where kids as young as seven and eight were reportedly going without basic necessities like blankets beds or soap getting into these detention centers has been difficult for journalists but freelance reporter Bob more toward that Clint facility in June and it was invited back this week with acting department whole department of homeland security secretary Kevin McLean and Bob Moore spoke with no up about it hi Bob hi good to see you again so we're seeing reports that I use raids are going to start as soon as this weekend I know that you asked Kevin mac lean and about this what do you say hi he would answer the question directly citing operational security reasons but he did say basically that I use these to be able to do its job and to protect the integrity of the at the immigration system okay you were taken on a tour of the facility in Clint Texas you also toward that facility a few weeks ago what's changed so just to give people a little lay of the land to Clint is a small farming village about twenty miles southeast of el Paso two weeks ago when I was there they were holding a hundred and seventeen children that was down from a peak of about seven hundred and it's important to understand that the listed capacity for the holding cells in the facilities a hundred eight so in the weeks before I was there they had been storing up people and essentially converted warehouses just wherever they they could point them but now from a hundred seventy two weeks ago there were sixteen children there today six only sixteen all were held inside fifteen boys and one girl the only girl there interestingly enough was a little child who looked to be between the age of two and three the rest for boys mostly teenage boys who is looking after a little girl they have water now called contract monitors there these are essentially professional childcare workers were brought in to provide those services they had just started there two weeks ago when when we were out there before that you had had essentially federal agents taking care of children I including being responsible for their baiting teeth brushing and things like that do you get the sense that customs and border protection is starting to changes facility so that it's taking care of children and families as opposed to single men for example the way it was in the past we're not seeing that so it's important to note that the facilities we were asked today are still facilities that were designed to hold single man we don't have at least on the C. B. P. and of things facilities that have been built specifically for the short term holding families were still putting families and children into what are essentially jail cells we still have not constructed the infrastructure necessary to care for children and families this week the department of homeland security reported that apprehension numbers at the border dropped significantly in the month of June that twenty eight percent is the crisis at the border moving elsewhere I think it's on pause is the best way to to put it right now for a variety of factors you now have the Mexican government that has taken a far more aggressive stance both at its southern border and its northern border in trying to keep people from crossing you have the ramping up of my group protection protocols were we now have more than nineteen thousand people waiting for asylum in the United States have been made to go back to Mexico you also have warmer weather which traditionally drives down migration rates but I think the other piece of this is happening is to smuggling organizations have sort of hit the pause button for right now too because they want to assess how all of this is playing out and how they can respond you and I sat together in immigration court this week we saw a lot of migrants who had been held in Mexico under there remain in Mexico policy most of them did not have lawyers what is going to be watching for over the next couple of months in terms of immigration court I think it's important to understand that what we witnessed is going to look a mild in comparison to what's about to calm and what we're going to see and I'll pass so apparently over the next few weeks is that the cases will be moved out of that courthouse we were in and move to tense probably at C. B. P. facilities so they'll have a judge appearing by video screen with possibly hundreds of migrants in front of him for a rights advise old it probably will be conducted we have a videotape rather than with that and judge actually interacting with people so as bizarre as what we saw was it's going to get more bizarre moving forward journalist Bob Moore thank you so much thanks for having me just about every month this year criminal groups of attacks small and mid size local governments just about every month holding their computer systems hostage and demanding ransom payments again and again the justice department says the hackers are becoming more sophisticated so the time to prepare is now here's NPR national justice correspondent Karen Johnson Brandon's Caskey runs the criminal division at the justice department he's watched the rise in so called ransomware cases with concern they are becoming smarter and more sophisticated in how they're targeting their victims and municipalities need to harden themselves as targets they need to do so quickly the cyber firm recorded future has tallied one hundred seventy six ransomware attacks on state and local governments this year California Florida Georgia Ohio in Maryland have all fallen victim sometimes disrupting police and public health operations bench Caskey says many of those places share common traits for one thing they're big enough to be able to afford to pay ransoms but they haven't port enough money and to building a safety net the message I would send to those kinds of municipalities sort of fifty thousand people to two hundred fifty thousand people is investing in the basic cyber security protections for your systems he says those places need to back up their data in keep paper records offline things they can do in the event that they do get attacked come to law enforcement early in the process when you learn that you have been a target for if you know heaven forbid you become a victim so that we can help you get better prepared to help you solve the problem the FBI discourages local governments from paying ransoms the bureau says that only promotes more criminal activity and it doesn't necessarily mean those places will get their data back the FBI says most of these ransomware attacks can be prevented.

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"bob moore" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on KCRW

"Knight foundation helping NPR advance journalistic excellence in the digital age yes morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin all week our co hosts know all king is been reporting from the US Mexico border she has brought us the voices of many people caught up in the humanitarian crisis out the border among them patrol agents who've been under heavy criticism for how they have handled the situation Carlos favela is executive vice president of the el Paso border patrol union the biggest misconception is that border patrol agents are or evil and their mean spirited at various stations I've seen core they have collection boxes where they just come in and drop off you know small clothing items for the kids or toys so the kids can play with even plush toys you know I've seen them do this fellow is responding to reports that emerged last month of these chaotic filthy scenes particularly in Clint Texas where kids as young as seven and eight were reportedly going without basic necessities like blankets beds or soap getting into these detention centers has been difficult for journalists but freelance reporter Bob more toward that Clint facility in June and he was invited back this week with acting department whole department of homeland security secretary Kevin McLean and Bob Moore spoke with no up about it hi Bob hi good to see you again so we're seeing reports that I use raids are going to start as soon as this weekend I know that you asked Kevin mac lean and about this what do you say hi he would answer the question directly citing operational security reasons but he did say basically that I use these to be able to do its job and to protect the integrity of the into immigration system okay you were taken on a tour of the facility in Clint Texas you also toward that facility a few weeks ago what's changed so just to give people a little lay of the land to Clint as a small farming village about twenty miles southeast of el Paso two weeks ago when I was there they were holding a hundred and seventeen children that was down from a peak of about seven hundred and it's important to understand that the listed capacity for the holding cells enough facilities a hundred eight so in the weeks before I was there they had been storing up people and essentially converted warehouses just wherever they could they could put them but now from a hundred seventy two weeks ago there were sixteen children there today hello six only sixteen all were held inside fifteen boys and one girl the only girl there interestingly enough was a little child who looked to be between the age of two and three the rest were boys mostly teenage boys who is looking after the little girl they have what are now called contract monitors there these are essentially professional childcare workers were brought in to provide those services they had just started there two weeks ago when when we were out there before that you had had essentially federal agents taking care of children I including being responsible for their baiting teeth brushing and things like that do you get the sense of customs and border protection is starting to changes facility so that it's taking care of children and families as opposed to single men for example the way it was in the past we're not seeing that so it's important to note that the facilities we were asked today are still facilities that were designed to hold single man we don't have at least on the C. B. P. end of things facilities that have been built specifically for the short term holding of families we're still putting families and children into what are essentially jail cells we still have not constructed the infrastructure necessary to care for children and families this week the department of homeland security reported that apprehension numbers at the border dropped significantly in the month of June about twenty eight percent is the crisis at the border moving elsewhere I think it's on pause is the best way to put it right now for a variety of factors you now have the Mexican government that has taken a far more aggressive stance both at its southern border and its northern border and trying to keep people from crossing you have the ramping up of my group for Texan protocols were we now have more than nineteen thousand people waiting for asylum in the United States have been made to go back to Mexico you also have warmer weather which traditionally drives down migration rates but I think the other piece of this is happening is to smuggling organizations have sort of hit the pause button for right now too because they want to assess how all of this is playing out and how they can respond you and I sat together in immigration court this week we saw a lot of migrants who had been held in Mexico under their main in Mexico policy most of them did not have lawyers what is going to be watching for over the next couple of months in terms of immigration court I think it's important to understand that what we witnessed is going to look a mild in comparison to what's about to calm and what we're going to see an op Paso apparently over the next few weeks is that the cases will be moved out of that courthouse we were in and move to tense probably at C. B. P. facilities so they'll have a judge appearing by video screen with possibly hundreds of migrants in front of him for a rights advise old it probably will be conducted we have a videotape rather than with that and judge actually interacting with people so as bizarre as what we saw was it's going to get more bizarre moving forward journalist Bob Moore thank you so much thanks for having me just about every month this year criminal groups of attacks small and mid size local governments just about every month holding their computer systems hostage and demanding ransom payments again and again the justice department says the hackers are becoming more sophisticated so the time to prepare is now here's NPR national justice correspondent Karen Johnson Brian bands Caskey runs the criminal division at the justice department he's watched the rise in so called ransomware cases with concern they are becoming smarter and more sophisticated in how they're targeting their victims and municipalities need to harden themselves as targets and they need to do so quickly the cyber firm recorded future has tallied one hundred seventy six ransomware attacks on state and local governments this year California Florida Georgia Ohio and Maryland have all fallen victim sometimes disrupting police and public health operations binge Caskey says many of those places share common traits for one thing they're big enough to be able to afford to pay ransoms but they haven't port enough money into building a safety net the message I would send to those kinds of municipalities sort of fifty thousand people to two hundred fifty thousand people is investing in the basic cyber security protections for your systems he says those places need to back up their data in keep paper records offline things they can do in the event that they do get attacked come to law enforcement early in the process when you learn that you have been a target for if you know heaven forbid you become a victim so that we can help you get better prepared to help you solve the problem the FBI discourages local governments from paying ransoms the bureau says that only promotes more criminal activity and it doesn't necessarily mean those places will get their data back the FBI says most of these ransomware attacks can be prevented Kerry Johnson NPR news Washington this is morning edition on.

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"bob moore" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He recently retired as the executive director of the foster farms bowl, which was opposed season college football game played in the bay area. He also was a co founder and president of the American basketball league, women's professional basketball league. And he has done so many things, I think of jack-of-all-trades master of none, but I know you better than that, because you have mastered, quite a few things. Thanks, appreciate it. When you think back on those forty years. What is the thing that surprises you the most about sports, Gary? You know, I think probably the backed it's become so commercial and so business oriented, I think back to the days when I was a student Stanford back in the late sixties early. Seventies, you know we had some great teams Jim Plunkett, a classmate of mine, and Bob Moore and Randy Todd semen all those great players. And I think back to win. When we took a took the field of play a great team like USC, no TV cameras. No logos on the field, I know signs in the stadium no logos on the players jerseys. It was a much simpler game in those days, you know, it was all about the competition in the school, and the Ravel re and, you know, nowadays, every game is on television, you know back then there was one game the ABC game of the week..

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"bob moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"AM six forty. I heart radio station. AM six forty Conway show. And it is going to be cold and raining for the foreseeable future. It's not going to be a typical Memorial Day here in southern California. Where are you going to the beach? And you hang out your jump in the ocean. And you sit on the beach and put sunscreen on, I think LA marathon twenty ten or eleven or twelve they actually moved it to Memorial Day. It was going to be my first LA marathon, I was furious because Memorial Day you're thinking it's going to be hot as bleep. It was about sixty. It was about sixty on Memorial Day race day. I was so thankful right? What can you say instead of bleep can you say hell, right? Was it was as hot as hell? It was it. Yeah. But I can you say hot is Seattle wanted say the b word. I was gonna say the b word and I'll tell you why. Because there's a, a young lady who listens to the program, and I said it one night, I said, the, the be a double hockey stick with an S at the end. And her kid who's only five in the back. Seat said mum on on and kept saying it. And she said, that's not a word for kids. And his response was if Conway says it I can say, stop saying, he said it around the house for two days. It's got. Yeah. Yeah. I think he I think he continues to say so don't like to say it was great, by the way, Wiley on, on the phone with grandma today, talking about their favorite song, and grandma said, I like uptown funk, and while he goes, that's a bad word. By the way, those are benders beautiful daughters, referencing. How old are they? Now, they don't wanna and six account. We got another another what twelve to fourteen years and about them on the radio and that's pretty cool. All right. We have a Stephen a Smith that Magic Johnson interview last night. Everybody's talking about it that heads that, that that's still has legs because he went on national TV and trash people, you know. And that's not something you, you find Magic Johnson doing very often because I was busy, and I didn't get to hear your take on all of it. Oh, really just summarize, it was an hour interview on for take with Stephen a Smith. I thought it was I thought it was really revealing. But I thought Magic Johnson wasn't being truthful. At what part what he says, you know, people that talk behind his back, that doesn't bother him. And he says, once. He resigned from the Lakers, and he gave that ninety minute press conference. They once he walked out at Staples Center. He wasn't affected by it anymore. And I don't find that to be true. I mean when you when you leave a job, it's that high profile on whatever circumstances you leave. Whether you get fired or you walk away, you always think about it. You know, look, I used to work at ad Bergens ARCO, and I got fired I felt horrible for like a month afterwards. And I was just working there for two months if you ever feel bad about the throne chicken on the ceiling for that one, I got fired from every job, I've ever had in my life. I've never even driving. That company went out of business. Okay. So. Choice is or I got fired, but I've never left. I don't quit. I'm not a quitter. I get fired. But I don't quit. I never walk away from a job that site. Well, it's admirable. Well, okay. I mean, I sort of did from KBC when I left Kayla sex. Bob Moore was kind enough to hire me over a KBC and then after three nights, he called me in his office. He goes, I'm not sure this is the station for you. Bob. Nights three nights. Didn't he know what he was getting into? Well, he I worked at the FM talk station for twelve years, and then worked KBC for twelve hours. And then they said, I think this is a rather. Yeah. And he says this is not the station for you. Response. I said, I think you're right. I think you're right. Was it a particular story that you shared that made him, come to that conclusion, you got a lot of calls from a lot of conservative people that want listen to that station? And they complained about a joke that I told over there on that station. And the joke goes something like this. Traveling salesman door to door salesman. Knocks on a door and the six year old kid answers. He opens the door. He's wearing his mom's underwear. He has. He's, he's dripping in k y jelly, he smoking a cigar and he's holding a penthouse magazine under his arm. And the guy says are your parents home and the kid goes what the FDU thing? It's a decent Joe indispensable when you can use the whole work. And that was the rap and that, Bob says, you know, that's those are funny jokes. They're not for this station, and that was it any of us know Bob more. But that's a funny impression. It's pretty close. I mean, if we ever had Bob on you'd say, that's not the way I sound. All right. Stephen a Smith talking about his crazy interview played little that we take quick break. Your Magic Johnson. Did a few things wrong? Ooh. A great lead into what Magic Johnson did wrong last night. Magic Johnson did a few things wrong. Okay. According to Stephen a Smith. What were they looking back? We will examine those. We're live on KFI bender. So Cal Edison blames equipment issue for an outage that left more than sixteen thousand customers without power and parts of Beverly Hills. The lights went out late this morning all services back, the man accused of murdering Reverend.

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"bob moore" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"bob moore" Discussed on 600 WREC

"They are the kind of offenses that would call for impeachment hearings. Absolutely. I think he can be looked at and perhaps even charged with obstruction of Justice. But at this point, you're confident that at least some Trump associates will wind up in jail if I was betting I would say, yes. Kind of the day if Trump chooses the country over his own family is that a good thing. Or would you rather him vice versa? Well, I think they're all going to end up together in prison. And maybe that's. So if you want to be generous, you can say that some people did end up jail, but not for what they were looking for for other things that had nothing to do with Donald Trump. And that is a good thing. These were all the people that we warned about that were surrounding him during the election, and we said he's surrounding himself with the worst people. This is gonna end it impeachment, or at least trials, you know, in this in the house of the Senate is not gonna be good. It's going to be investigation after investigation. And that's exactly what happened all of those things had nothing to do with this investigation or the administration or really even Donald Trump. So there is not there is no collusion whatsoever with Donald Trump none or anyone else. Now. Are they going to apologize? Of course, not they're going to double down. They want to impeach him. Now here is Nadler on the investigations. I don't know if it's good politically or not. And I don't know if it'll take the next two years, but what I do know is that the job of congress is much broader than the job of a special counsel special counsel was looking and can only look for crimes we have to protect the rule of law. We have to look for abuses of power we have to look for obstruction of Justice. We have to look for corruption in the exercise of power, which may not be crimes they may be. But they may not be crimes, and we have a much broader mandate, and we have to exercise that mandate to protect the integrity of government and to protect the integrity of liberty in the country. So let me see if I have this, right? So the president can be impeached for high crimes. Or misdemeanors? But they have to look for things that may not be crimes. No, excuse me. No. You are looking for crimes high crimes or misdemeanors and misdemeanors did not mean back. Then what it means? Now, that's a crime of real substance. So they are not going to let this go. Here's Schiff on the full release. Go ahead. I have great confidence in Bob Muller judgment as to who should be prosecuted or who should not we're going to have to wait to see the report and that report needs to be made public ASAP. So we can evaluate the body of evidence on the issue of conspiracy. And look at why Bob Moore decided not to indict now vis-a-vis the president Bob Muller, canton, dight the president. So the fact that no future indictments either on conspiracy or obstruction of Justice doesn't tell us about the quantum of evidence. So I think we need to wait to see the report. But I also think the needs to make that report a publicly available Shehade terrible Schiff is awful. Now. This is this is a head of the Intel committee. So he oversees everything intelligence related. He knows. And if he doesn't he should be impeached for your vehicle care you need experience. Honesty, and integrity, certified female friendly. Matt Curry's craftsman auto care, rockstar technicians. You can trust at craftsman autocare dot com..

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