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"bundling" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:52 min | Last month

"bundling" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Board with bundling? Which of the services might merge at least with others? So there's a bunch of different forms that bundles take one is sort of streaming services controlled by the same company like Disney's another is bundles born of your wireless plan. Others are membership plans and then still others that haven't really taken off a pace yet, but I think are the next phase of this are partnerships between streaming services owned by different companies. You talked about Disney bundling together different services, but everything that Disney has bundled, they own. That's right. Disney's bundle includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+. And then, of course, you mentioned ones that we get as a reward for being a loyal customer or signing up with a particular self service. I think the question for many people is at what point, if ever, will they be able to pick and choose the way they did under a traditional cable package? Well, in some ways that exists today and you see customers moving in and out of streaming services, which they call sort of churning out. And that's a big business problem for these streaming companies. And part of the driver of these bundles. So I don't think that it's impossible that we get to a place where there is one day a subscription model where you can pay a flat monthly cost and be able to pick the streaming services you want within that. But that's not this year and I don't even think it's next year. I think that the path that we're on is such that the next step is maybe a couple of rivals starting to partner, but not yet having that sort of participation in any sort of centralized model where you can say I'm going to pay 70 bucks a month and get all of these services. How would that be different than what used to happen with cable? I mean, there was this big backlash against cable companies, many people decided to cut the cord as it were. But aren't we talking about eventually heading toward a very similar model or no? Potentially, I mean, when you think about where we are now, there's nearly a dozen mainstream streaming services out there. And for that, you're looking at almost a 90 to a $100 a month bill if you have every single one. So we're already approaching a pretty high price tag. The goal of this sort of bundling conversation is to bring down some of that cost while helping streaming services, find new customers and keep the ones that they have. We have seen cost cutting at Netflix and at HBO, there are concerns about especially since for consumers at least bundling their hoping will bring down the costs of subscribing to 6 individual different services. So how is this sustainable where on one hand do you see the companies cutting costs because revenues are down and on the other hand, consumers looking for yet more ways to reduce the cost? It's a really challenging moment in the streaming

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The Paradoxes of Young Women's Drug Use

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | 4 months ago

The Paradoxes of Young Women's Drug Use

"It really is striking how much people I'm sorry to say. This bundle have sex with one another and call, I mean, they treat it like it's so meaningless. If it worked out, why are depression rates among young women, the highest ever recorded in American history? And what's fascinating about that? This is the puzzle that I set up for a lot of my friends. I go, we are the most not only the most privileged and advantaged generation in American history. We are the most privileged and advantaged generation in the history of the world. That's right. It's ever lived. We're also, we have unprecedented access to technology and capital where the wealthiest generation were the most and I know they love this one. We're the most racially and ethnically diverse generation in American history, we're the most educationally credentialed. And yet, we're the most medicated, were the most depressed. We seem to run towards things that deter social contact, like going on social media, drinking, using drugs. Masks. Masks. I mean, it's unbelievable. The paradox, by the way, one of the things and we talked about it before the show that I want to talk to you about is drug use. Specifically, weed. Another thing I really noticed in college, in addition to the hookup culture, is how weed has not taken the place of drinking, drinking is still very common, but it is really become heavily used alongside recreational drinking. You

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Democrats Are Reading Too Much Into the Kansas Abortion Referendum

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Democrats Are Reading Too Much Into the Kansas Abortion Referendum

"So the dawn holds new hope for the Democrats, their new hope is really not rooted in I think any political reality, but it is growing in tenor and in light and what that hope is is that abortion is going to somehow jog Democrats out to the polls and this is going to swamp Republicans in 2022. This is a theory that I think is incorrect, but it is indeed what Democrats are hoping they're pegging those hopes to the slim read of what just happening Kansas. So in Kansas, in a 60 40 outcome, that was sort of a shock considering the Kansas is a pretty red state. The voters of Kansas decided to uphold state constitutional protections for abortion. There's a referendum, the FM said that we are going to take the issue of abortion out of the hands of the state courts and we're going to put it in the hands of the legislature by taking it out of the constitution. The wording of the actual amendment was incredibly difficult to read. It was confusing. There were misspellings in it. It was a bad piece of text, but that's not enough to explain why exactly this thing went down to flaming defeat 60 40. And so the media have decided that what really happened here is people are so excited about abortion. They're going to show up and they're going to vote for Democrats. Now, there are a few problems with this particular theory. One is the voting constituency in Kansas and in this particular primary race. Basically 15 to 20% of the Republican based voted in favor of keeping abortion in the state constitution, which means those are not people who are going to start voting for Democrats. Those are just people who don't want abortion radically curbed in the state of Kansas, not quite the same thing. The second issue is somewhat related, which is that when it comes to abortion, abortion is a one off. It is a single issue. When it comes to voting for your Congress person when it comes to voting for your senator, it's a bundle of issues. It's a bundle of positions. And so you might not be totally on board with your congressperson or senator's position. When it comes to abortion, but you might be on board with everything else. And so you vote for them anyway.

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What Is the Oberammergau Passion Play?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 5 months ago

What Is the Oberammergau Passion Play?

"This was the reason for the trip of my dear friend peg Hudson has always wanted to see the passion play, which has been performed uninterrupted until COVID in 2020 for hundreds and hundreds of years back in the 1600s, the people in the tiny village of oberammergau made a promise to God a pledge that if you spare us from the plague, we will present a magnificent tribute to your son, Jesus Christ. The passion play. It has been performed every ten years on the decade since the 1600s. Well, 2020, it was it was delayed because of COVID and the pandemic. So this is the year it's back. Now this is so fascinating because it runs for about 5 and a half months every from about, I think march till October. Every ten years on the decade, except for this time, now it's 2022. So, peg Joey and I were, we are together and on the road to oberammergau. We're going to be there in about an hour. I have no idea what to expect. I know it's an amphitheater that is covered. It is a rainy, rainy day today in Germany. So we have our raincoats. We have our umbrellas. We have our sweatshirts. We are bundled up and ready for this. We're in the front row for the performance of the passion play in oberammergau. And it's kind of interesting. It's two parts. It goes from two 30 to 5, then there's a two and a half hour dinner break and 7 30 till ten, all in German, but they give us a book so that we can follow along in English. I think we all are pretty familiar with the story of the death and resurrection of our lord and savior Jesus

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True the Votes' Catherine and Gregg on Stash Houses

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 6 months ago

True the Votes' Catherine and Gregg on Stash Houses

"The stash houses. What's the story of the stash houses? Well, it's a good question. And I understand the hesitancy because you're dealing with massive potential legal ramifications here, right? There are, I think, are broader point is to maintain the integrity of any investigation that might go forward. It's really important that we not taint it with some wild allegation and say, if there's ten of them and they only find that's true with 7 of them, oh, I totally appreciate that. Right. I mean, that's a huge, but San Luis Arizona. We had a little bit of a law enforcement busting up in one of them and there's one. So but let's talk more broadly and the specifics will eventually come out. What is involved in a stash house, right? So at least in my mind, I see a bunch of kind of like mass low wage laborers at 2 a.m. like putting things in basket or bags. What happens in a stash house? I mean, all these kind of very, I don't know, clandestine images come to mind. Like, what is a stash house? Well, so all we can really go on is what we have been told by whistleblowers and witnesses and they're actually it takes a lot of different forms. We have information that suggests people go out and going through neighborhoods and taking ballots out of mailboxes, we have other instances where it's being reported that people will bring in their ballots and exchange for payment. We have, we have stories of ballots being bundled from elsewhere and being brought in. So there's all manner of ways that ballots come in. Our constant refrain throughout all of this is, and that's why it should be investigated. We are close to the extent of what we can do. It is now to law enforcement to investigate this.

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Democrat Pollster Suggests Bloody Midterm for Biden

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:15 min | 7 months ago

Democrat Pollster Suggests Bloody Midterm for Biden

"Don't know if you've been talking about it. Have you heard about this new memo from Doug sosnik? No. Doug sosnik being very senior respected democratic pollster strategist was in the Clinton White House. That's where he became well known and in the 90s. Written this new memo to Democrats. And it's incredibly pessimistic. It says, look, basically, unless we can make something huge about a Supreme Court roe versus wade decision, unless we can pull a rabbit out of our hat. We are toast. And what he does was he lays out the mistakes that the Biden administration has made to bring Democrats to this point and I'll just the real short version is he starts off with a Biden honeymoon. Then July 4th of last year, Biden holds this Independence Day, freedom from COVID event in which he kind of declares the pandemic over and of course we know what happened then. There was a delta variant and then there was omicron. Let's just say COVID wasn't over. The next month is the disastrously bundled withdrawal from Afghanistan and people begin to question these are independents, some Democrats obviously Republicans, whether the Biden administration can confidently handle issues. So when inflation becomes really huge, Americans are worried and Biden suggests that don't worry, we're in control, we're in charge here. We know what to do. They're very skeptical about this because they have already seen what happened with COVID, and they've seen what happened in Afghanistan. Now they're watching it with the economy and they just have absolutely no faith in Biden or democratic efforts to handle things now. And he also said, do not think that voters are going to make their decision in the last couple of weeks before the election. They're making their decision right now. And as a matter of fact, it may already be made right now. This may already be said in stone. It's one of the more pessimistic democratic documents I've seen in quite a while.

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What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:12 min | 7 months ago

What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?

"We are talking to Lee's wheel. You probably know her. Remember her from Fox News and many other prominent places talking about many things kind of like this, but nothing can top this. She has a brand new book out called a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hansen, America's most damaging Russian spy. It really is nightmarish. And I always say, Lee's that, you know, apart from my faith in God, I don't know how to process this. I think you would just be frightened at how evil the world is, how dark it is. I have to ask you the most basic question. What do you suppose that Robert Hansen got out of this? In other words, it's kind of a funny thing. I always feel that these traders sell themselves extraordinarily cheaply, you know, that China has billions of dollars to spend. And if there's anybody out there willing to kind of give them a leg up here or there, what was Russia giving this man? And again, we want to be clear. This wasn't Russia. This was the Soviet Union, as wicked as it gets. The evil empire, what were they giving him to make him feel that it was worth his doing this because he could have made a decent job doing the right thing. What were they giving him? Right, exactly. Cash. I mean, they were giving him bundles of $30,000, $10,000, $50,000. At one point he asked for diamonds, they gave him diamonds. And he had a cash flow problem, right? Because you can't put more than $10,000 in cash into a bank without alerting all sorts of things. So he would just honestly put it in a drawer. He put it under the bed. And in fact, Eric, one time when he had the cash in the drawer, Bonnie, his wife, saw the money in the drawer. It was like a sock drawer or something, you know, basic drawer like that. She pulled out the money, sees all this cash. She confronts him. This was early on in his spine, confronts him. She thinks it's money for a mistress because he's got he's done that before. Say that again, money from what? We're a mistress from mister. Oh, because he had cheated on his wife. Right. So she thinks that she confronts him. He says, oh, no, no, Bonnie. I'm not cheating on you. This is just money that I got from the Russians for spying. That was better or something. But he did say that to him. Yes, no, he admitted it to her. And then they, but here Eric, here's a twist. It go to their priests. That's what body his wife wants to do. They go to the priest, the priest basically says, oh, that was bad. Don't do that again. It's fine, that is. And you can be absolved from it if you just give them money that you've already made to the church. Which Hanson does, and he doesn't spy for a little bit, and then he starts up again. But the idea that a priest would say that, that basically, hey, you know, don't do that again, that's bad, but you know, it's all okay if you give the money to the church. And that, of course, you know, Bonnie was okay with

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Catherine Engelbrecht Explains Geo-Locating Data Used in '2000 Mules'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:48 min | 7 months ago

Catherine Engelbrecht Explains Geo-Locating Data Used in '2000 Mules'

"In conservative politics. I didn't know anything about cell phone geo locating data, okay? So the cool thing. I know yes, when you walk into a mall, Catherine go back, you'll get a thing. Oh, go to the sporting goods store, whatever. Explain in a nutshell, how this technology was used to track the mules. In layman's term, lowest common denominator for my family and friends. So we used what is, I mean, there's all different kinds of terms for the type of data that we use. But it's effectively it's marketing data that is emitted from your apps on your phone. And it is a combination of your LAT long. So where you are on the planet, the elevation of your phone, and then the time in addition to a variety of other key identifiers around your profile based upon the apps that are sending us a signal. And so there are hundreds of thousands of apps that are populating the ether with this kind of information. And as it always is, you can make a market for anything, right? So as these apps give up information about who you are and where you are and what you're doing, that's bundled and sold. And when you buy enough of it, you can get a very clear picture not only of the pattern of life around that device, but devices around it and over time how it behaves. I mean, all of those things become becoming commonly referred to as digital DNA. It's like a digital fingerprint that we walk with our phones everywhere, even when we don't, the absence of that tells you something.

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Dinesh D'Souza: How Will Republicans React to '2000 Mules?'

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 8 months ago

Dinesh D'Souza: How Will Republicans React to '2000 Mules?'

"Saw some clips and this is a fantastic movie It is fantastic There is no denying your eyes are not lying when you see these guys just coming with bundles of ballots and shove them into these boxes And let me ask you something at this point has law enforcement at any level seen this movie Well I will tell you that through the vote has filed an official complaint with the Secretary of State of Georgia and this guy Brad raffensperger a Republican by the way has based upon the information provided opened up a new investigation And he's in fact recently issued subpoenas He says he's going to get to the bottom of it Now the reason this is a little bit dicey is this is the same Brad raffensperger who got into a verbal spat with Trump This is the same guy who declared the election with completely secure in Georgia This is the same guy who was lionized in the media as a Republican standing up against Trump So for this guy to now turn around and go you know what I was the sheriff but they're robbed They committed the robbery right under my nose and I really didn't notice it's going to be pretty hard for him to do that So I don't really know where this is going to go I'm optimistic that they're looking at it then there's of course the Republican attorney general barnaby and Arizona I'd love him to see the movie He's going to be jumping out of his seat So there are things that Republican attorneys general secretaries of state and even Republican legislatures can do Of course I have less hope that the Democrats in places like Michigan or Pennsylvania are going to spring into action In fact they might spring into action to figure out how do we cover this thing up

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How Coign is Fighting Woke Banks With Founder Rob Collins

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 8 months ago

How Coign is Fighting Woke Banks With Founder Rob Collins

"And with us right now is the founder of this effort, rob Collins, rob, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie. Glad to be on here. Want to give a shout out to my nephew, who's a member of one of your Georgia chapters at turning point. I was recently with him and he had a bunch of stickers on his computer and he's loud and proud and I love that I'm glad to be on the show. That's awesome. Well, congratulations on the launch. You guys are now public. So talk about the need. And there's a huge market out there to have kind of a non woke credit card. Yeah, I think stems from the fact that ten times a week, 40 times a month, 480 times a year per credit card, and the average American has four credit cards. Your commerce is being used as a weapon against you. And it's not reflecting your values. And I just think there's an opportunity where the largest conservatives are the largest ideological lock in America, yet we don't work together. We don't have a place where we can have a voice. And this is just an opportunity for us all to come together. Move our commerce through one vehicle. And not only increase our voice, but really, really bundle up millions of dollars, and hopefully be trillions, billions of dollars of commerce, and invest in conservative charities. We have a real challenge that people who give aren't listened to by corporate America, people who use their products, aren't listened to by corporate America. And the idea that we can have a credit card that is catered for conservatives but also invest in conservative charity is a huge opportunity and a huge advantage. I believe in the future to reassert our voice into corporate America. Yeah, so it's coin dot com.

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A highlight from A Hunger Cry!

Live Behind The Veil

11:14 min | 8 months ago

A highlight from A Hunger Cry!

"Welcome to live behind the veil and atmosphere where men and women of God speak his word to this age and bring his kingdom to this earth. Do you have ears to hear and eyes to see what God is doing in this hour? Let us join our host and the family's conversation as the Holy Spirit is unfolding. The word behind the veil. I'm on your host, and on this podcast, the family opens their hearts to the cry of the Holy Spirit. Where is the God of Elijah? Where is the God of miracles? Where is Jehovah? The right now God. Join us in our cry to our father for a greater appropriation of his presence in this earth. We draw the Holy Spirit tonight, and we ask him to show us to speak through us, we don't understand. But our heart is yearning to function and do what it is you're wanting us to do. So show us, show us, reveal to us, we're not going to be satisfied any more with just a taste, and I draw on the Holy Spirit to show us that the guide us, and to speak through us and let us really see what are you doing, tell us what you're doing, show us. Well, we open our hearts. Our hearts are yearning to want to do and be what the lord wants us to do and be in this earth. In the name of the lord Jesus Christ. We agree with that. Christ called it a mystery. The mystery of Christ in you. The hope of glory. That's what the voice spirit was to do. Reveal, reveal. The mysteries of Christ. So we asked your Holy Spirit, reveal the mysteries of Christ to us. Show us leaders direct us. Right. There is a need here. We need the Holy Spirit. We need the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. I just cry out for it, lord. I cry out for it. You know, I want the Holy Spirit. The outpouring, the descending of the Holy Spirit. You know, we can read till we're blue in the face. We can quote scripture we can do all this stuff, but where is that reality of right now of it functioning? Where's the functionality of it? But in our mind, we think we have an answer. But you know, I don't believe that's the truth because we can not do it in our mind. We have to have the Holy Spirit show us and teach us, and guide us. I want that reality that simple scripture that says, these things will follow those who believe, it's not saying those who are miracle workers, or those who are this or that, it's those who believe the sick will be healed, will raise the dead, where is the lack of connection that we should have to see the reality of these things taking place. We lose the desire to know and to have it. God, in part to us a hunger for the Holy Spirit. Lord, I wanted, you know, I believe health on my own belief. Right. Right. I don't even want to have all the right answers about it. I don't care about the right answers. Care about the outpouring of Holy Spirit. It'll be evident yes. Very it's time for reaching in. You know, I want to be able to say, we better run because that is a promise the size of a man's hand, and we better run because it's going to be a day of the fact that I know that was Elijah talking about The Rain. You know, I don't care about that. I want the reality of what is a spirit leading right now. What is he trying to kick us in the pants for? Christ was not led. He was a driven. Driven. He didn't wake up and go or father lead me today. What do you speak? He was driven by the Holy Spirit. He was little driven. It was no question. I've experienced tastes of that. Did I have to do something? I have to do it. And I get up and I go do it. Because I feel compelled to do it. Driven to do it. But it's few and far between. Lifestyle. That should be the way we're moving all the time. One of the things that we can do appropriate the answer, and then let that appropriation have an expression, you speaking about him being driven. Where did he get that? He got it from his father. And it was like you just said Alan, it was from spirit. To spirit. This when the spirit fell on him at Jordan. Right, that's when he was first driven to go into the wilderness. Where is the fruits from the spirit? That's what I'm asking. That's what I'm looking for. I want to know, I want to walk in those. It doesn't matter how many hours a day I wait on the lord, how many hours a day I pray, how many hours a day I be in the word, it still needs to work. For me, it's not good enough. That it works in the spirit, where I can't see it. I live here on this Terra firma. In this part of my body, God made too. He made all three realms, my soul, my body, and my spirit. I am beside myself because we talked about this for 40 years. It's kind of like God's going, well, how long will you put up with this? How long are you going to put up with not seeing my word manifested? In the earth. Just imagine for a second. The outpouring of the Holy Spirit happens, and it doesn't stop happening. Right. Exactly. But we're believing for that baptism of the Holy Spirit where he comes and he is so much more real than the air we breathe. And that he is leading us compelling us driving us to say or to do whatever, and out of that compulsion, things start to take place. But I don't want it just to be a talk on what somehow we can touch him. Where he hears our heart cry, he hears it, and takes notice, I need an overflow of the Holy Spirit. I would, from elisha, where is the God of Elijah? That's that is our cry. Where is the God that's making things happen? You know, where's the God of Elijah, where brought down fire after he doused those altars with so much water. Where's that God? Or is the God who, who parted the Red Sea, who caused all the ten gods of Egypt to die. That's the God I want to see. That's the God I want to hear from. I don't want to be satisfied with just a puny little portion. If I am asking for an avalanche, I don't want to get satisfied for a thimble. We accept two little from God. God is very good about that. He'll give you a thimble full and see if you'll leave him alone. But it's only the beginning. I want to know his ways so much. I think it's his drive. He wants this in us, and were finally giving it an expression. Together, instead of just one or two, my focus is him, and crying out to him going, I need more of you. I need the Holy Spirit because how the heck am I going to be a channel to bring forth your kingdom which I understand is the bottom line? That's what you put me here for. To bring forth your kingdom in the earth, I can't do that with what little I have. I just can't, I can't follow the pattern of Christ. I can't. Christ couldn't follow it. He had to have the fullness of the Holy Spirit. I'm no better than him. Just like the disciples, there were bundling idiots. They're just like us. Until they had the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Of their something happened to those guys. Dramatic. Because they changed. You know, and excuse me if this is offensive, but it's not about me. We're not going to get ripped off. Right. You know, we're not going to be just like the guys in hebrews. They had faith, but they never got to promise. Exactly. They didn't get the promise, guys. You read hebrews. You read about Jesus, you know, we sing a song. That he would get his reward. I don't want to see another generation have to come and go. I want to see that fulfillment happen. I want Christ to get his reward. I want to see the fulfillment of everything he spoken on this earth to take place. I want to see those fulfillments. It's not about us. Never has been, aren't we his reward? We are. Experiencing the impartation of God's word through his family is life. As this time in his presence blessed you, then please subscribe to our podcast at live behind the veil dot com. If you would like to contact the family with questions or topics that you would like to discuss, you can email them to living epistles at live behind a veil dot com. Stay connected, tuned in and grow with the family as the lord unveils his word to us live. Behind the video.

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Jen Psaki Plans to Leave for an on-Air Role at MSNBC

Mark Levin

01:06 min | 9 months ago

Jen Psaki Plans to Leave for an on-Air Role at MSNBC

"Did you see Psaki got a media job mister producer For some MBC what is she going digital to Oh I know she's going to NBC but what is she doing I think she's doing some I don't know some online thing It must be paying her a bundle But the reason I bring this up is you see how easily Democrats move in and out of the media You might say what about Mulvaney He's going to be working for what is an NBC or CBS Yeah but he's not going to be a host He's not hosting anything There is a big difference you know I mean CNN brings in Republicans and then uses them like toilet paper So to the other networks But Mulvaney won't be a host actually Whereas Psaki will be some kind of a host And she ordered first of all I'll salute her What do you think of that We all know that the big media art corrupt and it's about time that she exposes herself as being corrupt and part of the big media Go for

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What AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Would Do to Stem Immigration

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:58 sec | 11 months ago

What AZ Senate Candidate Jim Lamon Would Do to Stem Immigration

"Talk a little bit more about the immigration issue. What are some of the specifics? Because it seems that there's been a lot of promises made. So for example, president Trump, who you and I both admire greatly and you supported generously throughout the campaign and bundled a lot of money for him. He was not able to get the Senate partners to build his border wall. Is that something that you would openly support? Absolutely. And talking with Brandon, number one is remaining Mexico policy. And really enforce it, not just speak to it, but really enforce it. Number two, complete the remaining 124 miles of the wall that we need. Third mandatory, a verify, and then forth and sanctuary cities. So deep in a policy understanding of that goes much deeper with Brandon and the guys, but helping me to understand that in depth. And it's just a fact that people are coming from around the world. This is not a humanitarian issue of our friends and neighbors in Mexico. This is out of

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Brrr! Some schools close as extreme cold grips US Northeast

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

Brrr! Some schools close as extreme cold grips US Northeast

"The the northeast northeast is is experiencing experiencing extreme extreme cold cold today today with with wind wind chill chill values values expected expected to to reach reach minus minus forty forty degrees degrees in in some some areas areas and and close close some some schools schools on on this this early early morning morning in in Brooklyn Brooklyn is is about about eighteen eighteen degrees degrees but but it it feels feels even even colder colder and and people people here here on on the the streets streets bundled bundled up up telling telling me me they're they're wearing wearing two two and and three three layers layers and and still still are are not not warm warm forecasters forecasters expect expect today today to to be be the the coldest coldest day day in in the the city city since since January January twenty twenty nineteen nineteen but but the the deep deep freeze freeze is is forecast forecast to to ease ease a a bit bit by by tomorrow tomorrow as as highs highs climb climb back back into into the the upper upper thirties thirties and and more more so so on on Thursday Thursday but but then then the the weekend weekend is is expected expected to to be be a a cold cold one one with with temperatures temperatures dipping dipping back back down down into into the the teens teens in in New New York York I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Windows Down (MM #3865)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Windows Down (MM #3865)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. During my formative youth when I started driving, we used to love driving around and cruising. I lived in Virginia Beach and we had the ocean area called the strip. You'd roll down the windows and have the stereo blasting. You'd have a good time. Even in the winter months, when it was cold and there could even be snow on the ground, which didn't happen often. We'd roll down the windows and turn the heater up and we'd be bundled up and still screaming and yelling and having a good time. We have that moment here in Tennessee, where the temperature is just right at night, where you can roll down the windows and it just cold enough that you've got to turn up the heat in the car, and you can have the stereo blasting. Now, of course, it all has to do with humidity, not necessarily the temperature, but there's just that rare moment of time where it's not too cold and not too hot not too humid in the nighttime is just right to roll the windows down and crank up the radio. Had that just the other night had to go out and run some errands and windows down, heat her up and man I was feeling good. From mere moment I was taken back to my teenage days. You can play some classic music from the 1970s, 1980s to get me in the spirit. I took me back in time.

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Windows Down (MM #3865)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Windows Down (MM #3865)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. During my formative youth when I started driving, we used to love driving around and cruising. I lived in Virginia Beach and we had the ocean area called the strip. You'd roll down the windows and have the stereo blasting. You'd have a good time. Even in the winter months, when it was cold and there could even be snow on the ground, which didn't happen often. We'd roll down the windows and turn the heater up and we'd be bundled up and still screaming and yelling and having a good time. We have that moment here in Tennessee, where the temperature is just right at night, where you can roll down the windows and it just cold enough that you've got to turn up the heat in the car, and you can have the stereo blasting. Now, of course, it all has to do with humidity, not necessarily the temperature, but there's just that rare moment of time where it's not too cold and not too hot not too humid in the nighttime is just right to roll the windows down and crank up the radio. Had that just the other night had to go out and run some errands and windows down, heat her up and man I was feeling good. From mere moment I was taken back to my teenage days. You can play some classic music from the 1970s, 1980s to get me in the spirit. I took me back in time.

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Neil Oliver: The Strongest Smell of Fear Is Coming From Our Leaders

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Neil Oliver: The Strongest Smell of Fear Is Coming From Our Leaders

"And way back with free mock eulogist and present new. All last thing. We've got a minute and a half two minutes left of your time. We're seeing some incredible truly exciting things happening. In america parents even some teachers standing up to the bullies at school. Board meetings with seeing a push on things like the bigotry of critical race theory. Tell us that something nice. Something positive is happening in the land of churchill as well honestly said i think it is. I gave him a monologue on on on saturday night. About fear about the about the about the way in which i think has been deployed against people but we wanted the point i was making was i detect for the first time. I think that the strongest smell of fear is coming not from the people but from the leaders you you described as emperors who are starting to realize that that griffin republican weakening right. Because we are the main you know those eight billion people alive at the same time on the planet today. You know the elites who seek to have as dancing on strings like puppets just a few thousand people and a single tweak. Single stick can be snapped. A bundle of sticks gathered together is unbreakable however if people are feeling in their own in their own situations in communities even their own families if the feeling alone. You're not alone. You are in an invisible alliance with thousands hundreds of thousands millions of people all around the world who do think like you. They haven't had the spotlight they haven't had control of the microphone so the faces on not being seen the voices are not being held but they which is to see we are

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We Can't Give Joe Biden the Benefit of Good Intentions

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 1 year ago

We Can't Give Joe Biden the Benefit of Good Intentions

"On the right. I've heard a lot of people with our talking points talking about how this was a bungled withdrawal from afghanistan. Charlie was this a bundling or was this intentional. No it was totally intentional. And one of the mistakes that we engage in far too often as we give the benefit of good intentions to our enemy and i would expand just on joe biden. It is the left. It is half the country that i to say. It's half the country. It's it's the people that purport to control half the country that control the major institutions of the new york times harvard the tech companies and the major corporations that have this belief that regardless of what we say to them or regardless of how we approach them they think as dennis would has been saying for last has ten years. Haven't listening to him that they think we're bad. We think they're wrong. We have to stop getting them the benefit of good intentions. These people want to destroy the country stop negotiating infrastructure packages with a party that wants to imprison you and your liberties and freedoms look we intentionally arm. The taliban we gave eighty five billion dollars of weapons. This was probably done some sort of triangular deal with the chinese. We may never know the people i talk to. In the department of defense people talk to in the intelligence agency say that you should not blame. Any of this on incompetency. Yeah maybe randomly drums striking some guy that works for the local gas station in rural afghanistan. That was joe biden and trying to improve his poll numbers with just like that guy with a drone strike. That might have been competency but make no mistake. It's not it's not all of a sudden the lack of intelligence where you say you know what. Let's not destroyed a weapons before we pull out of the country mean a fourteen year old. Who plays call of duty on. Saturdays and sundays knows that. At least you destroy the weapons or you withdraw from a country. Now this was malevolence and the democrats joe biden and this regime. They know exactly what they are

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Recognition and adult of the cap for the fact that we significantly increased our live sport and original content of in yukon island relative to when we launched in december murkowski told sports mail. So what's happening on. Pick this force jahic and so to think that i. I really like their patrick approach. And that i think has changed in terms of death global platform on top. they are bidding local services. So they really try to get in place global continental position By nature is difficult in the sports media market. Given that this bodes media Traditionally has been organized market by market by market and getting any mighty toyota or even global rights. Deals is difficult. And i think as of today only possible in the longer term so few excited strike five seventy if a win champions league they have acquired under mostly noble global basis and no with mighty totally and oil almost with year in boxing. I think they tried to piece together. Those mighty territory globe Nobody fundament based on which state then can bid dedicated content propositions by market. But they learned into. I i if i have some content debatable. Uk which they had a see the mockup pretension than can can then w down on dead if they think the is this potential. I'm video fan of this global platform in oakland service approach and the second one about price hike. I mean it's i think when you apply things i think in the past the good times because all the ot spat and the customer acquisition mode. So it was aggressively prize aggressive marketing and promotion. So you got great value for your money. But in the end you alluded to admit shot at some point. The boots come to you. And you can only debt finance. Aw nas finance for so long. So at some point you have to make make a prophet an at some point each. Ot hiked prices because foregoes shifts fun subscriber acquisition to subscribe on bundy's asian and then price. Hike is the most obvious thing to do that to do that. But i think it's always a question of which exchange and if you provide welcome don't i-i've aliou the exchange of demand for it Must increase. And i think with additional. The buxton writes in the uk and potentially some up steps because it seems like that they are getting serious about the uk whether that comes along with bg physician and so on and so forth that sea. But he i think there will be some photo op ed by dissolving vo and this price point in the uk and it seems like that via the next. Yeah focus market of the zone in addition to germany to japan canada but they have also shown the ability and that is something good..

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Kitty interested in taking advantage of a global fantasy sports market estimated to growing by nine point five percents to twenty two point three billion in twenty twenty one and beyond according to research and market so. This is just a story that facebook seen growth market and wants to wrap its arms around it which quite often does talk about fatty game. So how does that play into what we were talking about in terms of the alternative economics of the bundle. Yeah i mean for me. The f. s. or defend the just another potential edited revenue stream just like betting just like entities. So it's on the same on the same level decrease point of this dog end this at the bottom of the article is v. If you read that or if we headline pick immediately but facebook actually is doing here is to cater off their generous because it's not the vodka sports platform but the holidays onto the platform. That has a lot of different gyrus that they cover so they essentially one upwards prediction games or fantasy games or whoever you want to call it not only for sports but for music for entertainment show us and so on and so forth so and that goes back in addition to the revenue. Mix that just discussed goes back to one of my pet piece about Holidays funded was vodka platforms so as a whole is haunted platform right facebook. Yes your address remarkable. It's much bigger than for a vodka platform but you also see the compromises that you have to do because okay the head of spots at facebook but that's also ahead of fashion ahead of music ahead off. I don't know what what is out there but that and my main takeaway from that is. This is not a real competitor for a As playoffs like offender droppings and to Null another note. Go big or go into bedding but it is really about capturing the quarter fan because it hot cost. What's vendors already with ten withdraw and so on this is really for the causal consumer and i mean the news base. This facebook is enormous. Oh and ask fire to get adoption..

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"bundling" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Of products in there are different ways in which funds make sense. And so i think is a huge magic for us that we can use in our ecommerce selling the definitely true. Not you've said this does apply amazon sellers. So this is the only way in amazon world where you can really take advantage of the power bunting. So i guess to your to the i call it. The burger analogy. Because i guess we will eat biggest from fast food joyce so you could see. I think the healthily all that so instead of having a burger and then would you like fries with that. We never had that option. Anyway we have to come up with the coats value meal so that kind of the was got to. We have to start with our rather. We have to experiment with their all. Virtual bundles amazon. You can theoretically put products together into virtual bundles and advertisers quotes in new listing. I haven't found it very powerful because you can't appetizing them. So they tend to get very limited visibility. So i've not. I'd anyone who's really seriously making a dent with one little variation on the theme is in fact to use what they call parent-child variation so one of our muslim members does is very effectively which is exactly the same as just pure bundling but it's all about increase in the average order value. Really so he will do something for example. If you've got a one pack three pack or whatever it is one hundred twenty five grand pack undergo metric and that is linked with the the to the full across what they call a parent child relationship so it appears on you. Just click on one of the little pictures a three pack four pack. I'm sure there's a very simple equivalent in the shop. If i world that can do is is a bit like the cheap. Beg product that you pull people into the store with on. Then you actually. A lot of people go actually to hungry. I need the value meal..

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"bundling" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Point of checkout. You know right in the in the process as a customer checking out can really really magnify your average order value and delight your customer and move more goods and the idea here. That's central is particularly in chapa. Fine and those kind of gravitate towards the shop. I use case but in shop fight. You can use an app. Bold product up cells that allows you to add a product in the checkout process for a discount. And it's invisible discount on your website until the right person is buying the right product. And then they're offered the incentive to add an additional product. So if you think about couponing or discounting or big price cuts doing the sale you really can start to get very laser.

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"bundling" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Without kind of classic up salam. Don't which. Apparently i understand the at least triples that profit levels. I mean basically that if whatever based dick you offer tend to be at around the break even point and obviously they get a lot of repeat custom but it's not like a subscription so since halfway between the poll amazon seller you may never see the customer again and shop owner he. He may have a very loyal list on email. So that's that's fascinating to me. It makes sense but the fact the you'll mental found it really drove profits a great reason to take seriously and he goes on you. Know how anybody in their own industry can geek out and talk about it for like hours. Whatever so once you get him going on this stuff he can just go and go and go. you know. there's a whole thing in the last twenty five years or so that they call the burger wars where everyone was competing on a value menu. Where it was like you know. Get a burger for ninety nine cents. And then they would. That was their big draw. You know that was the top of the funnel to get people in and then they would upsell you the fries they would say. Do you want fries with that. But they don't do that anymore and he said they don't do that anymore because it wasn't profitable. He said the way they sell now is just the i'd like number. Six please in that in is inherently including the fries the burger and the drink so the that bundling her merchandising is they don't do you know the the one value menu in a more. Mcdonald's doesn't do that it's not done and so that was kind of his his insight into it ties into pricing but it also is a bundling strategy which is a clear goal for merchandisers nice. Thus that's really very interesting that that's changed because the profit has disappeared so another bricks and mortar example for us. You want without quickey. Sure we'll costco. Is the master of many many things in terms of brick and mortar and growing online effort as well but their local to us here in the seattle area. The right at the road. Kirkland brand is actually named after kirkland washington which is where used to work and went to college and so it's a local town here in so the idea for costco's merchandising is pretty interesting day they have it out there you can go google lists and they have what they call the six rights model like if they get one thing right then the next thing right then the next thing right you know idea and so they have six of these things. You're not just mentioned them. I think they're interesting to think about. The first thing is they have to have the right merchandise. So the the right products. Second thing they have to have is the right place and by place. They mean physically in their store you know. Do they sell something up towards the cash register or is it back in the produce department or whatever whatever the third thing is the right time so seasonality you know they will have if you go to. I don't know if you do costco michael in today. Have costco's are they. Cut being once or sending very likely mutt salon hair which i think has some similarities..

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"bundling" Discussed on Amazing FBA

Amazing FBA

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Amazing FBA

"Their indirect consumer stole whether it should provide commerce etc or you can also do it of course on amazon and there are various different ways on both platforms but we discussed both sets of approaches so a really great way to increase your prophets gains a market. Shafran your competition and lots of other good things as well. If you've got access stock you can bundle it together and move more quickly. Such lots of great reasons to bundle so stay tuned and enjoy this special guest episode from the economist theater with myself. And my very good friend and expert any thomas mr jason miles. Enjoy the show. Merchandising is one of the most important practices any retailer can implement and the beautiful part for ecommerce sellers is we have a ton of options and strategies that are really so powerful offline sellers might look at them in call the magic. It's that good and in this episode. We're going to break down all of the details on how to do merchandising effectively for e commerce so michael. Are you ready to jump into this topic with me i am. I like and you've called this economist. Merchandising magic i like magic but what is merchandising. Exactly in this context. So it's a great question and if you're new to selling online and maybe not an offline retailer prior to that. You're not familiar with the phrasing here but wikipedia says that merchandising is the activity of promoting the sale of goods especially by the presentation and it is an old school retailers phrase and it means how you put together the visual presentation in a lot of times. It will be a merchandiser in a retail store like a target or macy's or whatever and they're literally responsible for what is displayed on the shelf on the in caps on the floor you know by the checkout where things go in the store and they have a whole set of tools and strategies and techniques for doing that in brick and mortar and in e commerce. We have a different set of tools and strategies that we can talk about today..

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Self Care

Bald and Blonde

04:52 min | 1 year ago

Self Care

"When. I don't care about me then the level of how i can take care and care for others decreases. Yes therefore it is very important to have a level of self care. That is healthy now. How do we measure. It is a different story because that can be very subjective. Some people like a hot bath. Some people like sunbathe. Some people like to climb a mountain others lake to go jet skiing. The next one likes to just read the other. One likes to go surf on the internet. Some people like windsurfing literally. So there's so many different things that maybe just wonderful are sleeping in can be something. I like that part of my self care sleeping in and getting the sleep i need and it is important that we give that to ourselves and that we acknowledge that we deserve that. Now comes the little trick here. Sadly we are conditioned to not do so because most of us were raised. Well out. don't do that because then daddy daddy sleeping don't do that. Don't upset grandpa again. Oh don't hurt your little sister your little brother. No you can't do that. You cannot be so egotistical and self centered. No that's not kind and because of all this brainwash probably from the parents well meant education in. This regard is not really healthy. Long-term we want to relearn how to take care of ourselves and maybe even remember. I have another word play with you. Re member so become a member again off. Remember with a little baby. You were once when you were born. You were so happy to begin when they fed you and they cared for you and they cut. Maybe when you were in the mood and they clean you up. What else did you need. You were sucking at your little fist and you look at your little fingers and then there was the cover ended was also taste at times are not even to mention your toes because yes we all played without toes no matter which age we are now where we had them and therefore it is important to remember. Remember so become a member with your self again when you were that innocent. Little hugh bundle of joy was born innocently. Curiously open to explore the world. Eventually and yeah. Okay so i take care of myself now. At the age of in baby age we cannot take care of ourselves. So what did we do. We took care of ourselves to announce it quite verbally. Not like with words. But you probably all heard a baby crying or maybe even throwing a temper when it was getting what it needed so it verbalize what needed without verbs literally but it brought it to attention that age. Something's not right with me. And then we become older and then we go to school kindergarten. First free school high school and so forth. And then we trained actually. What you feel doesn't matter anymore. How confusing his that. Yes when you look at it from that perspective you can clearly see that either total hood and young childhood. We're trained to not ask for what we need. How tragic actually. Yeah but when we were little babies when we just turned around or did that cute little baby than our parents were all over us. Oh what's wrong with baby. I wish that all of our listeners had caretakers were concerned. There was a nice coming. I know of different stories. And i'm truly sorry for those who had different experiences but most of us hopefully did and then later on when we start walking and we grow and we start talking and then all of the sudden the rule change. It's just the same with burping when we were little. They were petting on our back to make us burp us to breastfeeding or bottle feeding. Because if a baby doesn't burp then causes gas and then the cries even louder and later on. Don't burp your pick at the table. son so it's so confusing because the rules change without really clear announcement So i think let's just jump back to where we are at right here right now in time. No matter your age no matter your geographics. No matter your culture background no matter your religion no matter your gender. No mario orientations. Your light should dislikes. It is okay to have needs and it is okay too long for pleasure and it is okay to take care of you. Nothing wrong with

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"We've seen it in european football for for years but this again that was a sponsorship lead relationship whereas this feels much more integrated. You're you're actually getting to the point. Where the betting side of the equation is actually almost looking night. Oil is looking like a broadcaster. One hundred percent and this is what made for is the ability to have a more personalized content. And i'm sure of you have seen the clippers cool vision products for a couple of years ago. Which has survived coaches mode. Fan mode and a player with all kinds of different stats overlaid on which you can choose Understand why an..

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"New baby short-term dream dot market but same time leaks with the knicks. It might not be as darkness thing but trim leak. You have to fix cost basis of saturday's. You have to pay those territory to do much experiment show. You can discuss rich fighting thinking about private equity tetra. But i think especially the establish leaks that already made. A lot of money tend to vice to up. Maximize sustain the level of revenue compared to the long tape properties like the bull. Riders or the disqualifies they ask more room for innovation of ability because it don't have anything to reduce because wasn't matching. The i i think that is really like an opportunity for those and i also think that road cost us will embrace those sneaks because they see okay they to innovation etcetera excess into one. The big leagues actually optimize a media perspective. That it's not much to do but this Am i think that can be a relationship. Where you can bid up competition titan than also increase it intrinsic value of the competition over time because you not only willing but as able to take santa's and to do experiments and tracing thing..

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Just what's happening. There is it just need to make more money than anything more to it than they more right so the cost of gone up so they need to figure out a way to recruit. I still think it's amazing value. I think that the disney philosophy has been subscriber acquisition so keep cup key sort of retail cost down subscribers and then slowly. They'll turn the screw on. I subscribe to increase the money. And i say that in a negative way. Just i still think that disney boston. Espn offer amazing value and disney rush. Say espn list for disney. World is trying to balance that cable revenues declining with an increase in subscriber revenues. As and so. I think that you're just seeing that slide. Will that see so rather just go up and down a little. Bit your apple one-sided donald the other side a little bit more I still think it's very very good. Value and i think that very small and the incredible array of products there and at you know small to increase the ifo bundle price because ultimately know disney Bundle espn julio remain. That to me is is almost all you need with a sort of a brand level of disney's and the espn in the us is interesting. I always think of it as a. Us question is ben. I'm very rarely. Do i think of buying. Espn in terms of of as part of my personal. I'm sitting here in the uk is is this an american issue or what's the international sort of ambition of of espn threatened. Good question. i think for the subject when token baptist specifically in the us it's unclear yet. What the espn's global ambition is. But i think that they've retrenched having sort of shut down their international channel businesses largely..

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"The the minute proved to be insurmountable. We don't know yet. I mean there are some properties their champions league for example. Or you know something. That fever could come to market with the would fit that bill. I'm just wondering if that if they know that that's really what amazon and the rest like then. Actually we're gonna. That's where right shoulder order if they've got the capability of bringing together a property. The fits that mold. There is an incentive now in the marketplace to try and do that even even more sir. Yeah so i think what kind of if that bought. Broadcasting market is one of those markets has not been globalised on if you look at the underlying does what makes big tech so great essentially is globalization geoghegan and those to affect us really missing in the sports broadcasting market bitches marcus amok etc. And you've own. Globalize the sports broadcasting.

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Of the price as well and Think that they A necessarily egotistical in the sense of just wanting to go buy those rights today and ease as a battering ram because they have a fully laid out content sports content plan already in mind. I i do think they have a vision of where they want to get to. But they're trying to be quite opportunistic about how they get there and i suspect that that hand was slightly forced in france to to move a little bit earlier than caps. They were expecting and they took advantage of that. And that's probably gonna play into a little bit of the way in which they're tearing or as the structure in france will evolve over the over the coming years. It's it's interesting because one of the other stories that we sort of wanting to talk about is is in spain's alita which again has had a you know. They've been very innovative and out there in terms of their own channel. You've seen a lot of ott moves and i'm wondering about their sort of tender toward the next ten because obviously there looking at amazon as a potential partner. How do you think that we use the legal as an example. How you now approach. If you are from the rightsholders perspective is there. Anything head is gonna is gonna give you any information in terms of this is how we structure deal that. He's going to be attractive to amazon pacific. Learning anything about an is is is is lower league as next tender anything that we should be noting about. What did it yannick. Potentially the one thing that we are learning if every rights on a to do business with your technology companies that i think bundling that can make but i think we do objector. Foot approaches to make that happen is mathie. Thank you see like primitive. But they have done in the past what knowledge. The president of the terrorists has alluded to that specific cough out packages that attain is to provide an entry package quote unquote for those technology companies. So that they are willing to tech that in.

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"The premium segment beaver keep us market by market approach for the time being the only way while the rights. So you can try to do the global approach Comes along with economies of scale on debt. You can win the long. I remember that emerson has signed. It was bitch boy. They have benefits the nfl. Ed rather Actually nobody that is what i think. Big technology company would to do because they really get gator but that is not going to work in the shorts Of the premium sports properties whether good have to go market by market. And then there's this up birth. They behaving like the traditional media company after murray. What you think about that some interesting threads that yeah. I mean it's another example about how amazon is actually behavior like big old traditional media if you like it was always the objective of sky or indeed espn to acquire rights on a worldwide basis. And and and have the sort of global domination. If you like. And that's your says exactly. What big tech would like to be doing in the case of amazon as for the price again this is another example of where it's no different to Or or cannot restore anybody where you have to buy the by subscription. that's amazon prime. In order to access the premium content which succumb to additional fee. Which is that legal subscription. I i mean. I do think twelve. Ninety-nine getting the three hundred dame's seems like a pretty realistic Pretty well priced at number with a lot of headroom to continue to grow. Should they decide in the future that they can add other things into that whether they can keep league passed. But but i also think that it's kind of destroying the whole point of consumer choice. I t t if you're saying you now have to buy through amazon prime then have a subscription on top of that. There's anything wrong with that. But i thought that was the big seller. Big tech was that you're you're gonna get what you pay for audit as well. When did that change at one point. I wanted to raise. It's small expression than a statement is. I'm wondering if amazon consider at some point on did crime shannon from actually having subscribe to refine saw it at the moment. It's still like strategic initiatives to drive glaive. Take up but you cannot longer just to throw in for free budge aftershocks tradition but it does pay into. Okay let's grow. The number of crime took lie bus. But what this guy's the limits like Told you are not available. Etta compete on products. Or you're always screw So if they behave like a real traditional media company i think than they would untethered channel completely make it a beta bit every rail without the need for quite subscription. But she i think amazon. It's here no there. It's like okay test to contribute somehow to the prime business but you also have to wanna ties it incrementally Mix of both. But i think. And i don't expect a step i don't know but offering it's completely standalone without going trust to prime that would be like a tradition media company and he had still like having those secondary objectives in mind. Ben buying birthrights. Mario what do you think. The one thing i would add would be that. I still think that very opportunistic..

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"So no that they have those rights in the peo- s bet on an x two basis to they implement a secondary pay one or by through there or do they keep it within the prime subscription funded or do they do the same thing in france. So i think it's big news lexi how this develops a final also Behaving traditional media company. I think all the doomsday that both overgrown regarding decline of legacy media companies enter on. Yes legacy can be disadvantage but it can also be a competitive advantage in so many things. So i also don't count on the incumbent sky like it's the end and esmeralda said in the end they've all converged to a minute ground bitch bibi approval and how what may company that is covering sports will behave an egg and awesome monetize content. There's a bit of me that thinks is a market by market thing going on here. The each frogs is a very different franzen. Football is very different from the nfl in the us. In which guys there was a different strategy place. Oh it's the other is my question. I guess is is more of a deal. I point there yanic. Which is the customer. There's a a wondering about the sort of buying or the psychology of the buying process on the on the fan end. Am i now gonna sort of bulk saying like i thought football was gonna come with my prime subscription. And now you're asking for more and you're asking for quite a lot more this is. This is another sport subscription on top of while. I'm paying you already. Is that a problem. I i can't think of a parallel where that would have been the case the moist been sucker punched into buying. This was a prime deal and again a bit of extra football and now i'm getting another separate products so to me via amazon. Would you think yeah..

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Of all match round per season for three years including the top ten picks of each season so go pricing. So let's just talk about that first of all. Murray what you think. What just give us a bit of context on this because receive amazon. We all know about we're familiar in the uk. And we've there's a sort of ongoing debate about will amazon a doing generally in spore and then they got also got of the specifics of the premier league and we've seen them in various bits of tennis but this feels different. What's your view on. This and i agree with exactly that it does feel very different and i think when you look at this and for similar and different reasons there is also parallel to be drawn with their acquisition of nfl in the us similar. In the sense that it's as sort of interesting from a from a content perspective but different because in the us you have a bunch of non-exclusive effectively rights to to the nfl with all the different broke costa's happening at a chunk of matches. But this along with nfl feels like a real first foray into spoil in a big way because arguably the tennis acquisition inundate rugby or primarily in the uk Have been dipping. The toe in the water will have been very attempts by those lakes to cool to amazon to make sure the amazon is in the mix for the next round of rise..

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"bundling" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"bundling" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

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"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"bundling" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Of oddity services could look differently. An i would. No kate my budget according not maybe undermine sti base but i will review it and blood coping mechanism. That can be absorbed by the screamers is to promote. They are mighty monthly or annual plants. Much more aggressive so that they don't have long term or long term commitment of the customer. they have to. They want to have long-term knock in. Because if you look at different Rates said has been impoverished by an analyst companies. Also in like sean. Even for companies like Also average is like which doesn't taste this season entity rich. Flex shoes bought stream of faces. Because what is inherently season. Even like company like netflix disentis which is operatives industry leading and heffer much more stable library of content faces like showing rates of sixty to seventy percent under andrew basis. And if you look at the disco on do get for an annual pass which is like more or less twenty percent across the industry. You really see the Actually over priced at the moment. And i could imagine a steady stream. Mouse get even more aggressive in deploying of the passes that you get up to. I don't know forty fifty percent discount off get the long term commitment because in the end stor revenue maximizing compelled to hoping that the customer renews the mandatory basis and requirements on the monthly basis..

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