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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 min | 14 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Him. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington CBS is Jeff to gaze says law enforcement seems to be applauding the guilty verdict. The International Association of Chiefs of Police In Washington, D. C. Releasing a statement on the verdict, saying that they hope that now is the time to look at evidence based reforms and to hell come together and forge a constructive path forward. Former federal prosecutor, Lauri Levinson says the verdict was not a big surprise right now. Derek Shoven faces a possible 40 years on the most serious charge in 10 years on the manslaughter. We don't know what the sentence will be. After the verdict was read. Derek Sheldon was immediately taken into custody. Sentencing is expected to take place in two months. On Wall Street. The markets closed down. This is CBS News. This hour's newscast is presented by Rocket mortgage. Want to see your loan options, adjust payments and closing costs online in real time rocket can Nine.

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Ted Nugent Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Calling Pandemic a ‘Hoax'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 8 hrs ago

Ted Nugent Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Calling Pandemic a ‘Hoax'

"Has denied covert 19 was a thing, and now he has it. He's called it not a real pandemic stuffed up head body aches. My God continues to call it the China virus. I literally could hardly crawl out of bed and has pushed anti vaccine conspiracy theories I have had Flu symptoms for the last 10 days, But singer Ted Nugent changed his tune on Facebook live when he announced all those symptoms thought I was dying. And then this was officially tested positive for coded 19. Today, the 72 year old says he will still not get a covert 19 vaccine haven't taken the vaccine. Nobody knows what's in it. Matt Piper CBS News It's 1

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on Tom and Curley

Tom and Curley

00:46 sec | 15 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on Tom and Curley

"Verdicts. Steve Futterman, CBS News outside the County Courthouse in Minneapolis. This is Steve Dorsey in Washington, president Biden said the verdict is an opportunity for police reform and racial justice. We must not turn away We can't turn away. We have a chance to begin to change directors. In this country Vice President Kamila Harris. We are all a part of George Floyd's legacy. And our job now. Toe, honor it. And to honor him. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington, CBS is Jeff Begay says Law enforcement seems to be applauding the guilty verdict. The International Association of Chiefs of Police In Washington, D. C. Releasing a statement on the verdict, saying that they hope that now is the time to look at evidence based reforms and to hell come.

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Files on Ex-Boston Police Officer's Abuse Allegation to Be Released

WBZ Midday News

00:49 sec | 9 hrs ago

Files on Ex-Boston Police Officer's Abuse Allegation to Be Released

"Out today. Former bpd union chief Patrick Rose is charged with molesting multiple Children in incidents leading all the way back to the mid 19 nineties. The bpd receiving backlash on how this case was handled. As Rose was reportedly allowed to stay on the force, even after the criminal complaint was filed. Roses pleaded not guilty to 33 total charges, including six alleged victims. He's currently held on $200,000 cash bail and again acting Mayor Janey has made this a top priority of her new administration. As soon as we have that redacted report, you will hear it here on WBZ. Meantime, in Minneapolis jury deliberations go on. In the Derrick Show Been murder trial. CBS is Kris Van Cleave says the

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on Tom and Curley

Tom and Curley

00:34 min | 15 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on Tom and Curley

"Together and forge a constructive path forward. Former federal prosecutor, Lauri Levinson says the verdict was not a big surprise. Right now. Their Children faces a possible 40 years on the most serious charge in 10 years on the manslaughter. We don't know what the sentence will be. After the verdict was read. Derek Sheldon was immediately taken into custody. Sentencing is expected to take place in two months. On Wall Street. The markets closed down. This is CBS News. Del Technologies Advisers listen to your small business needs so they can provide you with tailored solutions powered by Intel V. Pro Platform called today. 877 ask tell. Law enforcement community weighs in on the Derrick Shobin verdict's coming up after traffic with Tracy Taylor. So, Erin, I was just checking with the Washington state theories and on the followers. Southworth venture on the theory. Run. The kid attacks is about 20 minutes behind schedule tonight, eh? So we're going to see that domino effect. If you're headed to fashion or Southworth or follow worry for that matter on the end of quarter stand one. Carrie, run the sandwiches about 20 minutes behind schedule and again. That's the domino effect getting from Lopez and accordance and so forth. And so on. Now we had a couple of earlier blocking issues and one of which was on South 25 through the downtown corridor at the Mercer Street exit, and that has now cleared out of the way. We're still going to find ourselves in some heavier traffic, though, as we leave 5 20 heading up that direction Now back up, Son self, and four or five continue leaving Bellevue. Heading out towards about 44th. I don't see anything on the camera. Other than that, really big break in the back of their Valley Freeway has cleared out nicely. A slight touch of the brakes on north down by five near the county line in we're easing up just a bit around highway to stick around will take a look at the.

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Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:08 min | 10 hrs ago

Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93

"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.

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Fresh "Cbs" from The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:40 sec | 46 min ago

Fresh "Cbs" from The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

"Dot com I got to get in hell grow. Honda Honda traffic on the tens. Every 10 minutes. Mornings and afternoons from the cap trust traffic Center. Dana has news 93.1 kpk. Thanks, Dana. Now your forecast Tonight we'll see. Clear skies alot of 48 to 52 4 Tonight tomorrow mostly sunny skies A high of 82 84 for tomorrow. Thursday will be warm with sunshine tomorrow will reach a high 82 84 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shana News. 93.1 kfbk 75 in Roseville, 75, Rocklin and Carmichael has 73 degrees 5 31 your top story. The jury, says Derrick show Vin is criminally responsible for murdering George Floyd. CBS News correspondent Michael George has the latest. The jury in the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial has found him guilty of all charges we, the jury in the above entitled Manner as to count one. Unintentional second degree murder while committing a.

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US Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick Died From Strokes the Day After Riot

Tom and Curley

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

US Capitol Officer Brian Sicknick Died From Strokes the Day After Riot

"Cause of death has been determined for the Capitol police officer who died one day after the January riots. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan, the chief medical examiner for Washington, D C. Said U. S Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick suffered strokes and then died of natural causes. The day after engaging with writers outside the capital on January 6th. Signal was sprayed with the chemical substance that approximately 2:20 p.m. during the attack and collapsed just under eight hours later, when he was transported to a local hospital. He died about 24. Hours after that

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Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 51 min ago

Fresh update on "cbs" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Tough day on Wall Street. The Dow closing down 257 points, NASDAQ Down 128 S and P. 500 off. 28, The owner of the Daily Mail website is suing Google in federal court. It says Google's dominance in online advertising has harmed its business and claims Google punishes publishers search results If they don't sell enough ad space through the company. Google calls the claims inaccurate. Christopher Cruz w T O P News see how the Asian markets are doing not very well. For starters. Tokyo stocks Down 1.5%, Australia half a percent lower and South Korea's Kospi is down 1%. A special report from CBS News is coming up in minutes as we continue to gather reaction to the verdict in the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial out of Minneapolis. He's been found guilty of everything that he was charged off in the death of George. Lloyd..

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ACM Awards Fall to New All-Time Lows in the Ratings

Phil Valentine

00:23 sec | 1 d ago

ACM Awards Fall to New All-Time Lows in the Ratings

"ACM Awards from Nashville on CBS last night fell to another new all time low in both demo ratings. And in total viewers. The CM's averaged 8.8 rating in the key demo and six million total viewers. That's down 1/10 of a point from last year. It is the

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Officer who defended Capitol died of natural causes

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Officer who defended Capitol died of natural causes

"Of the capital. But the medical examiner in Washington, D. C. Says a Capitol police officer died of natural causes are Steve Dorsey's following the findings of the Washington D C medical examiner obtained by CBS News indicate Officer Brian Sick, Nick suffered strokes. And died of what the office is calling natural causes. The Washington Post reports. The strokes stem from a blood clot, According to the medical examiner. The Coast Guard will suspend search and rescue

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President Biden Invites 40 World Leaders to Leaders Summit

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

President Biden Invites 40 World Leaders to Leaders Summit

"Summit on climate change this week. Earth Day is this Thursday, and it comes as a new CBS poll finds that many Americans believe the pandemic. May have mitigated the impact of climate change amid a year of lockdowns and millions of people working from home something that that had a positive impact on the environment. 52% of Americans think it may have helped. But that feeling has not impacted the urgency of addressing climate change. Most think that needs to happen now. Speaking of climate change, acting

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Prosecutors Present Closing Argument in Derek Chauvin Trial

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Prosecutors Present Closing Argument in Derek Chauvin Trial

"And assault prosecutors Steve Ashley shirt tries to bring the jury back to the video images of show Vin with his knee on George Floyd's neck forces. Too much he was he was trapped. He was trapped. The unyielding pavement underneath him as unyielding as the men who held him down. The jury is yet to hear from showman's lawyer, CBS NEWS Legal contributor Alexis Hope in this case, it's not an issue of who did it. Intent to kill is not an issue. And so I think this was really an instance where the fact that showed them didn't testify. Won't really weighs heavily on these jurors minds. The jury could get the case later on today. News Special Report. I'm Steve Caven. Once the trial room resumes the court hearing, we will hear from the defense and their

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Fauci Expects J

Todd and Don

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Fauci Expects J

"Bivins, chief medical advisor says the government may have a plan for resuming the use of a third covert vaccine this week, Dr Anthony Fauci said on CBS's face the Nation. The CDC advisory committee could restart the Johnson and Johnson vaccine at its meeting Friday, with some form of restriction or some form of warning. It was paused after six women developed blood clots, post inoculation. After Fauci says a similar effect was seen with the AstraZeneca vaccine in Europe. But in men and women, he says By Friday, he hopes there will be more known on whether the J and J reactions have been in Maura than just the six women

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Black Rob, Rapper and Former Bad Boy Artist, Dies at 52

WBZ Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Black Rob, Rapper and Former Bad Boy Artist, Dies at 52

"Died at the age of 51 or something, man. The star of Didi's bad Boy Records was best known for his 2000 hit. Whoa! The performer who was born as Robert Ross had battled health problems, including several strokes and kidney failure. He died in an Atlanta hospital. A few days before his death. DJ Self shared a video of black rob paying tribute to the late DMX from his hospital bed. Wendy Gillette. CBS NEWS A three d Gun printing workshop is

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Macron Says France Will Begin Lifting Restrictions This Summer

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Macron Says France Will Begin Lifting Restrictions This Summer

"France may be ready to reopen to tourists this summer as France moves to begin lifting restrictions French President Emmanuel Macron telling CBS he foresees at least some tourists returning to Paris this summer if they have gotten vaccinated or have proof of the negative covert test. Comes this Frances battling a third wave of covert infections, marking the grim milestone of 100,000 deaths just last week, the government is also preparing to impose tough new entry restrictions on travelers from Argentina, Chile, South America and

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NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Makes Maiden Flight on Mars

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

NASA's Ingenuity Helicopter Makes Maiden Flight on Mars

"Treatments. NASA makes history. On Mars senator data thrown that ingenuity and perform this first life before found helicopter ingenuity lifted off from Mars this morning, becoming the first powered flight of an aircraft on another planet, CBS News Space Consultant Bill Harwood. Nobody knew if it would work or not, you know, engineers spent the last several years designing building and testing very, very lightweight helicopters that could autonomously lift off the surface of Mars, using an oversized rotor spinning it 25 100 rpm way faster than blades are spinning on

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Kevin Durant leaves Nets' game in Miami with thigh injury

CBS Sports Radio

00:15 sec | 2 d ago

Kevin Durant leaves Nets' game in Miami with thigh injury

"Durant. The hope this one now too serious is the hamstring injury that knocked him out for nearly two months. Durant suffering a thigh contusion in the first quarter. He did not return to the Nets two point loss to the Miami Heat. Other finals, the Knicks beat the

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Fauci Believes Health Officials Won't Cancel Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:59 sec | 2 d ago

Fauci Believes Health Officials Won't Cancel Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

"Vaccine remains on hold over blood clotting concerns. But as NPR's Amy held reports, the government's top infectious disease specialists expects the U. S to resume giving the shot this week. Johnson and Johnson vaccine is in limbo after six women out of more than six million people who got the shot developed rare and dangerous blood clots. CBC Advisors meet on Friday to discuss what's next. Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS's face the nation he expects they'll recommend reintroducing it, perhaps with restrictions based on age or gender. I would be very surprised if we don't have a resumption. In some form by Friday. As for the other two authorized vaccines, the to dose visor and Madonna shots. Studies suggest immunity last for at least six months. Beyond that, the jury's still out about whether a third shot is needed. Fauci says he expects public health officials to make a decision about a booster shot. By fall. Amy held NPR news.

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Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton to Co-Host the 2021 ACM Awards

Gardening Naturally with John Dromgoole

00:25 sec | 2 d ago

Keith Urban and Mickey Guyton to Co-Host the 2021 ACM Awards

"Night for country music bakers and their fans. Keith Urban and Mickey Guidance, hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards this evening from Nashville. There on Morris and Chris Stapled and lead the nominations with six each. Miranda Lambert follows with five as the most nominated female artists in a CM history with 68 Lifetime, NAMI. Nation's 56 ACM Awards airs this evening at eight o'clock Eastern on CBS

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$25 Million Worth of Giant Clam Shells Seized in Philippines

CBS SUNDAY MORNING

00:28 sec | 2 d ago

$25 Million Worth of Giant Clam Shells Seized in Philippines

"Busted in the Philippines. Philippine Coast Guard reports over 200 Tons of fossilized giant clam shells were seized Friday and Pollo on province for suspected poachers are under arrest. The giant clam or talk Lobo was it's known in the Philippines is considered an endangered species. There. The giant clam can reach as many as four ft across and weigh up to £400. The poaching suspects under arrest could get up to eight years behind bars and, oh, tens of thousands of dollars in fines if found guilty. My people, right

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Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Royal Funeral

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Prince Philip Laid to Rest in Royal Funeral

"Funeral because of the pandemic. More details from CBS is Roxana Saberi owners left tributes outside Windsor Castle, despite requests not to gather This'll was a family funeral of national significance. Queen now enters her final chapter without her husband of 73 years, but we hear she's already back at work and our hands of a possible family reconciliation right After the funeral, Princes William and Harry were seen walking and talking together. Prince Philip was 99 years old. Candlelight vigil last night in

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Navalny's Doctor: Putin Critic 'Could Die at Any Moment'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 3 d ago

Navalny's Doctor: Putin Critic 'Could Die at Any Moment'

"CBS News correspondent Kristina Ruffini Ah, Doctor for Alexei Navalny says the imprisoned Russian opposition leader's health is deteriorating rapidly and he could be on the verge of death. The 44 year old Navalny is in the third week of a hunger strike, his doctor said Today. Test results received from Navalny's family show him with sharply elevated potassium levels, which could bring on cardiac arrest and heightened creatinine level levels that indicate impaired kidneys in a

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"cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

07:51 min | 2 months ago

"cbs" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"A as a framework more. We actually kind of bring something else in my mind especially when you're talking about a global perspective because i was thinking about like at the same time that the cracked epidemic is happening in the eighties. Also same time. We're seeing these civil wars and central america and like for example in la. We have this huge flood of salvadorans that comes to l. a. m. eighties and early nineties. But now but when we're watching tv we're watching these conversations. You never see those stories linked right. Why were there wars in central america. What did they have to do with the drug trade. And how were these drugs ending up in our communities back when i feel like we're watching conversations especially around immigration or undocumented people coming here it doesn't there's like it's like completely void of that it's like almost like like like they're completely separate things in one has no connection to the other even though when people come here especially in places like la their in communities that are predominantly black and. We're already low income. Yeah i mean and the other thing to think about like what is the role of entertainment you know like entertainment is not meant to necessarily is not meant to educate They try to create this new category of entertainment but entertainment. You're supposed to be entertained. In the other thing too. Is that the united states does not want us to have a global perspective. They do not want us to think internationally Internationally or to think that the fate of workers in a press in poor marginalized people in the united states are intimately linked to the oppression of people abroad. Right and so this is the american exceptionalism. They want us to believe that. Our experience is distinct from what's happening broad and they certainly don't want us to connect the us february To the reason why we have these floods of people fleeing civil war fleeing economic destitution fleeing destabilization stabilization because the us or the us sort of western partners. Nato partners generally have a hand in messing these countries and they wanna discipline or be mad that these people are trying to find a better life in the metropoles like this is so so. Entertainment often provides a disinformation Function rouge true. That i think actually does right to do that called snowfall. Which is the first one. That i've really seen try to tie in like what's happening abroad. And colombia and latin america and destabilization and and resistance efforts there and anti-communist efforts with crack cocaine epidemic. But i think it also brings up what dr. Cbs just brought up that even at the end of the day. When you try to make 'edu-tainment it's a step better but it's still not quite there. Because i thought that's what i always wanted but then when i saw it i was like. There's something still missing like it still feels. Lightweight still feels a glib in at the at the end of the day. I don't think anything really Is a substitute cliche. As it sounds like for real book or a real serious lecture i mean i think you know so i think the some documentaries for example and now there's an explosion of podcast but i mean i think the thing does essentially to keep in mind is the ways in which the media so the media is owned by think maybe six Large corporations right in the united states in the. us media is globalized. Media because of of cultural hegemony insulted is the function of entertainment. And yes there are some things that slipped cracks. That are you know that. Tell true history or that Are a reflection of what's what's going on or or are a reflection of our reality but by in large media are in general is a sort of up propaganda apparatus right in and so the The last thing that you know the ruling class wants to do is provide forms of entertainment that raise consciousness or that that raise unhappiness right or you know or or that. Raise a sort of Dissatisfaction with the status quo. You know if we look around really the inundation of of streaming and television and now youtube entertainment all that stuff is meant to mollify. The masses are to to put sleep is not meant to raise consciousness on why you think we are so many cops shows right cops in war that is overwhelming majority of of the types of shows that are available. Because we want to normalize that cops are want to normalize that the us were mongering is good and in the interest of freedom and democracy when neither either of things can be further from the truth logic of like a detainment. My mind goes to miss. 'edu-tainment what i think even the sort quote unquote educational things. They're presented like their educational but there. It's really just more propaganda. I i can't tell you how times i've watched a pbs special in just got angry. You know but that's considered you know. Entertainment that's educational and also remembering that media in itself is a capitalist structure like. They're not in the they. Don't care as much about you being entertained as much as they care about you. Watching slick and major sponsors are happy. Right is important that they keep you engaged. I mean part of it of course because these are capitalists and they want. they don't want you going against the system. The idea is to make you question. People who are going against the system right like look a lot of like black movies for example especially say the ninety s exiles to think of where you have these this character that's considered a radical. But they're a comedic character right like they're funny because they're not. They're just too extreme. I feel like that's not. I can give an example if you want to if you don't mind me adding to it Michael from good times was a perfect example of that eric monte was when co creators creator was Michael evans who played lionel. On the jeffersons. Mike evans michael's actually based on him The played line. Last name is evans. In evans is loosely. Based on his family he left the jeffersons to go form good times so those couple of years when he was gone from the jeffersons. That's what he was doing with eric. Monty and michael was supposed to be the young radical and the white writers kept pushing back and making michael more and more comical cartoonish and his radicalism was kind of increasingly painted as childish naievety and all the rest of the gadget always shut michael whatever and then they eventually drove the black creators off the show and then by the end of the show it was. Michael wasn't even radical even as a joke anymore. They just took it out like as he got older he matured. That's actually a great example. And i didn't even know that history and i'm obsessed with tv history so glad i didn't even know that but yeah that's actually a perfect example me and i was thinking about like even like the titles of these movies but you know like the black movies where it's like the one character has on the koufi and he's just always talking about my brother. He's like a joke. Don't like what does it boys in the hood. Except at the end he just really wanted to wait women and stuff like that right right. And and even on tv shows I feel like going to different worlds but a couple of times so there was a character that was considered too radical. Mma make him cartoonish I can think of multiple times same thing fresh prince of bel air. I've seen it. So i definitely feel like that's again not an accident. But that's also part of the framing of of political perspective is like yeah. You have the freedom to think what you want. But we're gonna condition you to think the way we want you to think. Yeah i mean. I mean and this is part of the critique of like people like l. c. and bernie being identified socialists. When they're really maybe social democrats or.

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"cbs" Discussed on Hospitality Forward

Hospitality Forward

06:54 min | 4 months ago

"cbs" Discussed on Hospitality Forward

"Chat with. Wendy gillette's an anchor for cbs news. Radio as well as a correspondent anchor and producer for. Cbs news path of provides national and international stories to cbs television stations. Also stay tuned for our hse innovation report at the end of this episode to find out who's moving cosmetology forward. Hi wendy so great to see you. Thanks for joining us. Hi thanks for having me so for our listeners. Who may not be that familiar with the broadcast world. Can you explain what an anchor is versus a producer versus a reporter and what those jobs mean both on camera and off camera. Okay yes well. I do a lot of different things. jack of all trades in the industry. Which is a little bit unusual. A lot of people in the industry are either on camera or off camera Don't usually go between the two worlds and a lot of times. You're not radio and tv. And i do both so In the radio world. Let's start there. I'm a radio anchor. So i work for. Cbs uses radio anchor. And so we do top of the hour. News cast for seven hundred affiliates all across the country top of every hour twenty four hours a day. We also do one minute. Newscasts at the bottom of the hour. And i anchor those so obviously i am the broadcaster that you hear on the radio and i also write those newscasts and i work in tandem with a copy editor. Who is setting up the tapes. That i am going to wrap around so i'm responsible for writing around the tapes that they set up for me so they're kind of Setting up the order of the newscast and it's a collaborative fairer so we talk about what we should lead with. What the most important stories are and what we think should be included. But a lotta times. They're kind of responsible for The rundown and then i am writing around that and it's a very crazy shifts because usually doing six top of the hour news gas and five bottom of the hour. One minute newscasts that. It's kind of like a hamster on a wheel once you start the newscasts and then you're going like crazy trying to keep up with the news end. If there's breaking news a right before the news gasden during the news gaz you have to also try to fit that all in and you also have exactly two minutes and forty eight seconds to do the first part of the hourly and then it goes to a break so it was xactly two minutes and forty eight seconds when i think this is a challenging job very challenging job and to be right and correct and get your information out to people and try to also Be compelling writer and tell it in a way that is informative but also keeps people Entertained in a way with the bottom of the newscasts. You want to have a fun story. But the most important thing is to give people Up to the minute information. That is accurate. And it's it's not easy So that's the anchor aspect of things and behind the scenes. There's the copy editor. So that's the radio side and then on the tv side. i am sometimes. I fill in anchor at the new york stock exchange That's doing business reports from wall street right now. No one in the media is allowed on the stock exchange floor because of the pandemic but usually Better times i'm from the stock exchange floor and doing sometimes consumer stories and Financial stories the latest headlines of about the business world Stocks house ocsar are heading I'm also a producer writer editor. That said we call it a hyphen. It for news. Path and up for all the affiliates. Tv tv Affiliates so every city in the country usually has cbs and abc and nbc fox affiliate and they provide national and international stories to their local News viewers so every network has an affiliate news service provides that national and international news To the local affiliate. So i work for news path. Which is that Affiliate news service for cbs. So in that role. I'm a producer writer editor And that is Putting together stories the the big stories of the day could be whatever is going. On the caveat hurricane it could be What's happening in washington or and then i'm also doing a new travel series and that is i'm reporting And shooting it and writing it and coming up with the stories and doing that all over the world. that's travel tuesday's so that the reporter component suzanne's like a. You are a superwoman. I mean from anchoring to writing to editing to producing. I'm in you will a lot of hats. Yeah i i kind of lose track of all the jobs. I do i i once i actually wrote down a list of all the jobs that i do and it was like nine job. So it's kind of ridiculous. It would overwhelm mere mortals. But you do it very gracefully. And i'd also add that you know. You're dealing with very different kinds of media. Tv radio online. So what's it like telling stories for these very different medias. You have to change how you sell stories had you how you structure them. What's what's your approach to speaking. Three different languages essentially. Yeah there is definitely a different way you tell. The stories. Radio stories are extremely short. They're usually only thirty seconds and The sound bites That's very short clips from People's interviews they are very very tight very short. You could use the sound bite from someone. that's maybe only two seconds three seconds so you have to write extremely tight In the it's more about the pictures. You're obviously you're marrying your words with what's on screen so you're thinking visually And then digitally. It's a cold different kind of audience. Sometimes it's a younger audience and the stories sometimes move more quickly. you have to think about graphic. Send a that's something. I'm still kind of learning about We try to use closed captioning.

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"cbs" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"cbs" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"You know. I know you eliminate the time I wanted it. It's about two things. I've nothing with the Masters the NFL. Did you have any relationship? Did you know Alex Trebek at all never met a man. I would have loved to have met him. Yeah, it's just because as a broadcaster that that's why I asked the way he moved through that show off and and kept it snappy. Yep, pretty amazing. And then when you hear that and then he would tell you what the right answer is. The way that he was able to well, of course that was one of his most famous paintings, right? He was rattle off the year and it's as if he didn't need the cards you all the answers. Yeah, you would have been the ultimate contested. But yeah, I've enjoyed reading the tributes and I think it's pretty cool that a guy that bought the game show could have such of lingering effect positive effect on people to see how beloved he was. Yeah. I was touched to see Jimmy you may have read it that his last wish you talked about. It was that he wanted to be able to last day of his life to to sit on a swing on his property then apparently he he built and constructed and sit there with his wife and just look out over the horizon and he took it and be able to talk about the the the things that he was grateful for in his life. I mean, it's so Alex Trebek. It's so perfectly planned and spot-on and yeah, he was wage. One I brought that up cuz I I know you have an appreciation for broadcasting and and TV host and I want the other thing. I want the answer that has nothing to do with sports and I'm not getting into politics in any way shape or form me. I'm just I know your name is guy. I'm sure you watched a lot of CBS coverage, but maybe you dabbled with CNN and MSNBC a big thing on Twitter unless it was John King of CNN Steve. Kornacki on MSNBC of how they worked those Maps home and how they you know with the numbers the Mass Live TV. Were you into that at all? I mean you would CBS I mean you with the elections you probably did stuff with rather who was amazing on Election night. But where are you at all and on the bandwagon of being impressed with like how those guys work those maps and did their jobs last week for like straight on no sleep. Yeah. I'm a channel Surfer cuz I'm looking at it real life a whole lot from the production side of it and the information flow who's got it first who's willing to DARE and jump out there. And so I mean I saw a little bit dead. Of of em, I mean truly everybody. Yeah, but on that night, I saw a number of times. I saw John King and I thought what he did was wrong, you know, and I know bill hemmer was doing it at at Fox and again, I'm I'm I'm switching around and I thought that all those guys that had the familiarity with counties past election it just what it looked like in 16 and what the vote difference was when Hillary ran against Trump and right right. Well, I thought it was exceptional and I thought it was good enough to on several fronts off including the names that I mentioned..

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"cbs" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"cbs" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"How can I do this so during the Thanksgiving game? I didn't propose right at that at that time, but I told Courtney that she should watch especially early in the second quarter coming out of commercial. Make sure your dad's watching wage. So it's working with filled with the time and film was talking about some things. He's thankful for on Thanksgiving. He said what are you thankful for Jim and I proceeded to say on National Television off. I'm thankful for George Richards. Now I come up. I'm imagine at that point. My father-in-law has just and I said, I just want to say George Richards. I'm in love with your baby. And if you didn't get that already, it means the world to me what what you've done what you've produced and I just important for me to say that that's what I'm thankful for. Thank you George Richards and Thursday and then I said as an aside and of course George Richards was the owner of the Lions who started to Thanksgiving Day football on this very day back in nineteen thirty-four second down in 6. Well Dawn Walsh. Have you were at home exactly at me? I gave my my father or heart attack back. That's a good Easter egg right there just to clarify to you know, it's not just about that. The lines were always terrible. The thing is when you have the Cowboys they have so many natural rivalries. I mean even this year, you know, the Cowboys stink Washington stinks, but turns out that game to be like mad for the division. You can put on almost any team against the Cowboys and there's a history the Lions just don't outside of the Bears. Maybe they just don't have that with with enough teams where you get but like you said, you know, if you have the NFL why change it you're going to get a monster number no matter what the game is in that slot. They kind of changed it when they added the third game in twice and that's a good one this year. By the way, the third game this year happens to be Pittsburgh Baltimore stands a monster game. I'm telling you if you if you made that change. And you're going to have to do an advanced. Yeah, you're not going to you're not going to have the flex cable, but I don't think you would I don't think you would Flex a team off of a schedule and put them on a Thursday on a late-notice. That's not going to happen. Yeah, but let's say you went into the season and you know, you could have guessed wrong. You could have put the Giants or the Jets in that window you you know, who knows your true with any pro teams in a game would have been a stinker. Anyway, um, we we've had you mentioned the Bears that's sure that's arrived where we've had the Bears there on Thanksgiving a couple of times. We've had the Packers when we broadcasted a few times. Those are old rivalries and get to the heart and the start of that Thanksgiving tradition. This is interesting, ly the second time we've had Houston at Detroit and the last time they played there and again, it was our game it went to overtime wage and there was a famous play in that.

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"cbs" Discussed on The Topical

The Topical

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on The Topical

"The topical is presented by cash APP. The number one finance APP in the APP store and the easiest way to send and receive money. It's so easy. I accidentally sent my entire savings account to some guy in Oregon. What we'll silicon valley up next download cache up today and get ten dollars when you sign up using Promo Code topical. Good news if you're a fan of political ads. Cbs Television Studios announced. Today that the network has to deal for thirty episode advertisement with the Mike Bloomberg campaign OPR political entertainment reporter. Marcy Hammond has been following the story and joins me now. Hi Leslie Marcy. Tell us about this deal well. Cbs wanted to build on. Its already lucrative relationship with Mike Bloomberg. The network has been airing a series of thirty second spots about the late seventy something former. New York City mayor campaigning to become president of the United States. Cbs Studios Executive Kate. Mcnamara called the decision to order up a full series of long form adds a quote. No brainer I immediately thought yes. I absolutely want to follow this characters. Arcus. He goes from podium to podium. In various venues talking about is carefully curated accomplishments and calls for vague new policies. It's fresh it's relevant and it represents exactly the kind of commercial filled primetime television we at CBS. Strive to create and critics are already praising the decision calling the new one. Our Ad House of cards with the injury meets the West Wing. If President Bartlett was an out of touch media mogul jumping into the race last minute with a ton of money to burn. Here's a clip from the pilot commercial on the only candidate in the race who doesn't take a penny and contributions from anyone. No BIG DONNAS. No special interests nothing in the name I. I'm traveling. The country speaking. I'm Mike Bloomberg and I approve this message. Oh wow sounds like. We're gearing up for a real tearjerker as well. I'd love to hear more of that for forty minutes straight right. Well you can get even more than that because not only will the hour long episodes be broken up by fifteen and thirty second commercial breaks already bought by the Bloomberg campaign but CBS will be re airing the Bloomberg twenty twenty episode of commercials during the week as many times as Mr Bloomberg. Once I'm sold Marcy. How can people tune in Bloomberg Twenty Twenty campaign ad version? Two fifty seven. Be Premiers this Tuesday night at eight seven central after. Ncis can't wait to Bloomberg. And she'll on Tuesdays lastly. Don't don't say that. Opr's Marcy Hammond. Everyone sleep. Deprivation is a public health epidemic. It's estimated that almost one third of Americans don't get the recommended seven hours of sleep every night. So how can you improve your sleep and lead a healthier more enjoyable? Life will a new study from the University of Washington suggest. The best natural may be getting rocked to sleep by an old woman who cradles you. Inner Big Soft Bosom and send you German lullabies. Opr's wellness correspondent generous. Nick is here to discuss the findings. Leslie so genitally uh how can finding yourself out German? Grandma help you sleep better. Well sleep problems can be caused by a variety of issues from stress to Diet but scientists in this study found that. Resting your head in the soft warm chest of an elderly German matriarch as she sings you songs of little dancing angels along. The flowing Rhine River greatly calmed subjects. Nerves and helps block out the sensory distractions. That often lead disrupted sleep. Who affected. Was this method for the subjects vary of the four hundred people rack to sleep by these heavy chested German women. Eighty six percent reported falling asleep faster and ninety one percent said hearing the soft words of Vishnu vehicle. Sharon Line Stanton while sipping her warm honey. Milk made them more energetic. In the morning. That's a big improvement. And the researchers say that those who took the active placebo no German grandma no bosom. No lullaby barely reported any change in their sleep habits. I actually tried this method myself and found it very effective You're hearing ALGA. Eighty one year old woman from Essenbach Germany and currently cradled in her arms atop wooden rocking chair. As she sends me the classic La by Guten Abend could already feel is getting all the worries of the World. Drifting away doesn't deeper in her comforting. I'm actually getting a little sleepy. Just hearing that absolutely hell go was an extremely effective sleep aid by the time she got to the part of the song about how little children will only wake up in the morning if God wants them to. I was out cold with love to find a way to sleep like that on the regular here in New York tell me about it so clearly these mournful refrains of snowcapped mountains and wild. Adl vice fields can help with better sleep tonight but what are some of the long term benefits well old German women rocking you to sleep can greatly reduced blood pressure anxiety and the risk of heart disease. But you do want to be careful which grandma you go with you can also find old Italian Nawaz out there who will help you sleep with big plates of Pasta and shots Lemon cellos. But some experts say they can be habit forming old. Russian women are another option that can be very powerful but I actually experienced an adverse reaction with one. That left me more anxious in sleep-deprived than before but you know what these junior one I don't under- husband husband yet. Why will you not give me grandchildren please? I am so warmly. It wasn't a good match but maybe for some people. I don't WanNA knock it if it works for you. Still you would recommend listeners. Who have trouble sleeping at their own elderly German woman absolutely you can find these women at supermarkets. German bakeries usually for a pretty low price or just go to your local brought house and ask for someone's Oma and of course if you continue to struggle you can ask your doctor to recommend one. Who is even older? Moore has an even bigger bosom. Thanks Jen that's OPR's generous. Nick the topical is brought to you by simply safe. You don't have simply safe. I know because I broke into your home today and checked. If you had simply safe you would have known that. And I'd be in police custody right now. A two time winner of seen editor's choice award simply safe has everything you need in a home security system outdoor cameras and doorbells alert you when I'm approaching your home. Entry motion and glass break sensors guard against me from snooping around inside and making myself a sandwich so go to simplisafe dot com slash topical. Today you'll get free shipping and a sixty day risk-free trial. You got nothing to lose. Go now and be sure to go to simplisafe dot com slash topical that Simplisafe Dot Com slash topical owned by the way. You're out of toilet paper. That was going to be all for today but then I suddenly started panicking thinking about you. Yes you going off on your day on aware that there is more news out there. Here's what else you need to know today. The US Navy is reporting. That sailors are displaying all-time low levels of John Tina's according to a navy. Spokesperson fewer naval officers are jovially breaking out into song than ever before in US maritime history and there have been disturbingly few cases of rollicking in the past calendar year. The navy is reportedly starting initiatives to up the overall Jeunesse in twenty twenty and consumer news bounty is unveiled a new line of Ultra thin paper towels for a more natural feeling when you're wiping up spills. A NEW AD campaign is touting. How pure and ride feels tired of all the paper in between you and the spill now you can clean up juice jelly mud and everything in between with Dante. Ultra thin paper towels and another news. I think I have a really great idea for an APP but I'd hate to get too deep into it and find out it already exists okay. So it's like UBER. But for people visit our website and let me know if you've heard of anything like that before well. The news never stops but sometimes unfortunately a podcast has to. I gotta go figure out what the hell else is going on. So I can do another one of these seconds for tomorrow. This has been the topical. I'm Leslie Price. And this podcast is produced by a team of wonderful reporter sound editors and more all of whom I either had more actively having secret romantic affairs with basically I've cheated on all of them with each other that makes sense anyways Uber but for people let me know..

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"cbs" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by MD Anderson Cancer Center home to one of the nation's largest cancer clinical trial programs of its kind providing hope to patients through new approaches in detection an advanced therapies more at making cancer history dot com. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace emolument now a profit from employment in office. I'm David Brancaccio in New York today. The House Judiciary Committee looks into President Trump's business interests whether he's profiting from the presidency the key part of the US Constitution here is the emoluments clause payments to federal officials beyond normal salary trump says he's handed off control of his businesses marketplace's. Kimberly Adams reports House Democrats argue president trump's ongoing business ties amount amount to a violation of the constitution but the courts are divided about that says Chara Torah spellacy a law professor at Stetson University. The question of what an emolument is something that's being litigated in three different ongoing cases do his frequent visits to his properties at taxpayers expense pence count what about money spent by foreign officials at his hotels. Does the emoluments clause apply to arm's length business transactions on an open market market. Does it apply to Business Competition Giancarlo. Kinda Paro is illegal fellow at the Heritage Foundation. He says these questions are coming up more often often in the trump administration for political reasons but also because the sheer scope of the president's business interests. It's a bigger target if if you will than previous presidents which Democrats are trying to hit as they highlight the complications of having a president who also owns an international business empire in Washington. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace at this cusp of summer into fall equinox turns out. This is statistically the best time to get a deal on a new house. This is from the buyer's perspective marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports homeselling website realtor dot com crunched multiple listing service data data and found that September twenty second to twenty eighth is the absolute best week to buy a house senior economist Georgia to says typically there are a lot of homes left over from the summer selling season some at a reduced price and by late. September demand is falling. A lot of families are already. The inner school district school started so they are not shopping. Fewer people are competing for homes and driving up prices. Now the best deal time for buyers isn't so great for sellers yeah now. I didn't know this is the worst we could. The Jacob Russell's putting his renovated farmhouse on the market this week in Grand Rapids Michigan for two hundred sixty five thousand dollars and with mortgage rates low. He still likes his odds selling now. My bigger concern is that I don't think this real estate. Market is going to stay as hot as it is forever so he's eager to sell soon. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace Russell so following the global mess today after the venerable British travel company. Thomas Cook went bust over the weekend half a million travelers currently on Thomas Cook vacations and many can't can't get back because Thomas Cook had its own airline. The British government is paying for other airlines to get British travellers at least back home and to take just one country hotels in Tunisia. Anisia are owed sixty six million dollars for stays by Thomas Cook guests earlier this summer marketplace helps you stay sharp on who matters related to business the economy and money and to help you do some numbers of your own. You can get your very own marketplace insult pack. You become a marketplace investor today. It's a set of six pencils each stamped with a favorite marketplace quote yours fro donation of just five dollars a month support public service journalism and get your pencil back today at Marketplace Dot Org and thank you. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kronos Kronos knows that hiring and retaining a modern workforce salaried hourly full and part-time workers can be challenging surging especially in today's competitive job market. That's why Cronos puts. HR payroll talent and time in one place so HR professionals supporting a blended workforce have all all the tools they need to engage and motivate people every step of the way learn more at Cronos dot com slash. Hr Swagger kronos workforce innovation that works us at last night's Emmy awards were game of thrones and the Edgy British comedy fleabag grabbing the headlines. The diversity factor was lower. Only three actors of color won emmys last night and nominations were down from a peak the year before meanwhile with autumn breaking comes the new TV shows this year CBS is trying for more diversity Christabel and see wadi reports this full most of the five new shows on CBS feature black actors in leading roles factually. I'd be sure sure sure incoming. Bob Good not bob that scene from Bob Hearts. IB show a comedy about a white American can man who falls in love with his Nigerian all my Tashin. You know this comes on the heels of several CBS shows these last year with a diverse cast including the neighborhood a comedy about gentrification which is back for a second season borrow some milk sure. What kind do you what we have Almond Coconut Macadamia also. You don't have no houses go to the store to Sheena Arnold Plays Tina Butler on the neighborhood. She enjoys working king on a show that promotes greater cultural understanding and diversity. We found a happy medium to be able to incorporate those things and presented the major network for the show's creator. Jim Reynolds offering a nuanced take on an issue like gentrification starts in his writer's room one of the most diverse. He says he's worked in make insuring that inclusion as a primary value on our show really I think is the way to make sure that this is an issue. That's examined from multiple perspectives because it is a very complicated issue for. Reynolds and Donald Tackling diversity is about changing hearts and minds for the BIG TV TV networks. It's about making money which traditionally happened by attracting a large predominantly white audience tiffany Smith and why is the executive executive vice president of entertainment diversity inclusion and communications at CBS. I know that both internationally as well as US minorities. He's the buying power is over three trillion dollars those dollars come from advertising streaming digital platforms and marketing opportunities his donal. Hunt Co author of UCLA's annual Hollywood diversity report which is in its sixth edition you cannot make a TV show this not diverse the majority of babies born in America today people of Color and that's been true for the last four or five years. This is a fact hunt says that can't be ignored. You're talking about not only your current market but your future markets which means for the major networks diversity both onscreen and behind the scenes is the only option I'm Christabel N._C._A. Body for marketplace and you're listening to the marketplace morning report from A._P._M. American public media..

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"cbs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"cbs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"There were very serious clashes with louise <hes> for a sort of protesters pertain someone on one of these links. E._m._t.'s tried to evacuate him. Many protesters were resistant to this while the police with expelled arrived at the scene day swatted at protesters repeal wrath. Sir testers say that they're fighting for a more democratic system system in hong kong representative government i- now they want. We like to be investigated <hes> plot the protests are totally leaderless and it's very unclear what will happen. It's very intense situation. The airport and in city giant by this morning outbound and inbound flights have resumed at the airport which is one of the world's busiest in in a statement hong kong's airport authority said it had secured a court injunction to quote restrain persons from unlawfully and willfully obstructing the airports activities and and u._s. Mortgage debt reached a record in the second quarter eclipsing even the two thousand eight peak. That's according to new data released by the federal reserve so why while well there are a couple of things the first is that low housing supply has pushed house prices up they've hit a new nominal meaning not inflation adjusted peak in two thousand sixteen and have continued rising rising another factor homeowners tapping into their home equity when they refinance and this time around americans seem to be able to handle this debt burden. The fed found that ninety eighty five point six percent of balances were current. That's the highest level of the current expansion and boeing delivered fewer planes in july than in any month and for the past decade the company said it delivered nineteen planes last month we write that it furthers the financial blow to boeing that's been brought about by the grounding of of the seven thirty seven max do now our main story this morning c._b._s. Bs and viacom have agreed to the terms of merger if completed the deal would create a company valued at roughly thirty billion dollars to find out more charlie turner. There has been speaking to ben mullen c._b._s. And viacom have reunited in a merger after sumner redstone had split up the two media giants in two thousand six. This still still seems to be all about size in a bid to compete with companies like disney a._t. And t. netflix companies that have struck their own deals over the years and also it's a bid to compete with streaming tv. Absolutely it seems like the companies have <hes> enough intellectual property. They can hold their own in the coming years. The question is do they need to do even more deals to compete with the likes of netflixing lakes in disney and i think if you talked to a lot of people around the deal they'll tell you. This isn't the end they're looking to do more. This is just the beginning what are terms of the deal is c._b._s. Buying viacom what's the dollar value here in cases like this. Both companies are both sellers and buyers because they're exchanging stock for those financial news out there. The stock exchange ratio is point five nine six two five which means at viacom.

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"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"It should probably be about Kentucky, regardless of outcome. We'll see what happens there. I. I think I'm just going to. I'm just going to be stupid and take both underdogs to win straight up. This weekend of the CBS sports. Classic Kentucky has enough to beat Carolina. It's got enough on the interior. Kelvin Johnson has been right there with Kobe white in terms of of the most impressive freshman on each of their respective teams. And he's been really really solid overall three point shooting is still not were Kentucky needs to be. But it's actually, you know in the past one or two games it's gotten a little bit better defensively. It's still it's the worst Kentucky team from beyond the arc calories ever had. So there is some concern for that. But but the hell man, you wanna get nuts nuts? I'll take Turkey to win in. I'll say along the lines of like eighty four eighty two in a good one. They don't need it. But they kinda need it. Because if you don't win this. It's not even like just a to pluck NC state, which doesn't need the wick Kentucky where it has a lot of, you know, NC state it's going to it's going to be game after game after game after game in the ACC of getting a really good opportunities Kentucky, we'll have plenty. But not nearly as many in the SEC, and it doesn't have as much non con heft victories. And after this UNC and then the next game is at Louisville. You would think it needs to split those, and I think UNC better than Louisville. But I feel like Kentucky has a better shot at picking off the tar heels, and it doesn't going in and being the cardinals on December twenty nine. So I'll take the Wildcats. I know there's I know you're not going to take them. Right. You're you're gonna ride with the heels here you're gonna take both favorites here on Saturday. Yeah. I'll take North Carolina to win. I think it'll be a competitive game. But I'll take North Carolina to to win the game. And I'm with you. If you're gonna try to split these next to I don't know what the point spreads will be on them. But I think it's more realistic in your current form. If you're conducting to go try to knock off a North Carolina team that. Yeah. Beacon zag. But yeah, also lost Texas. I think it's it's more realistic to try to get North Carolina on a neutral court. That'll probably be you know. Surrounded by more Kentucky fans than any other fan base than it is to to think you're going to go into to Louisville and beat Louisville. I don't know that Louisville's great. But I think the top thirty team I had twenty six in the top twenty five in one when I had to jump into state in it push Louisville down one spot. So they they're out now they would be twenty seven, but I think Lewis quality. Not. But I don't think I don't think is good as North Carolina. But I think you're better off trying to get. On a neutral didn't go into the yum center and try to pick off Chris max team. I agree. All right. So the last big thing that we should touch on here. Buffalo plays at Marquette on Friday. That's a great game of buffalo wins. We'll get into that. That's that's a huge game for Friday. No doubt about it. If they can remain undefeated that's going to continue to be an awesome stories. So that's on the radar but Saturday Kansas plays at Arizona state. Humongous opportunity for the sun devils and the conference there in which is just really going through it. We detail that on previous podcast if you haven't listened please go back and do so ASU has lost two of his past three though. Now, they were understandable says it was at Vanderbilt even though it wasn't as competitive as it should have been. It was it was at vandy and then loss on a neutral in a good game against Nevada. Can it get right? Because if it can't. ASU will be slipping quickly. And then Kansas still undefeated rob South Dakota on Tuesday guy to close shave win last Saturday against Villanova. What will it do? Without you joke as Buki will this be another case of Dietrich Lawson and Gerald Vic bailing the team out. Or do we see a big game from putting Grimes we've been waiting on it and waiting on? Devon Dawson has had some really really nice moments..

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"cbs" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Who is the every man that we all wanna be well, he made them bunch of money for an NCIS. Right. Right. Yeah. So there's like a it's a baby boomer lady show, right? Yes. That's who digs that show. Yes. So yeah. Yeah. I mean, the trick was CBS that figuring out more and more is that they're really good at like getting these soft targets of like audiences that nobody else wants. So their ratings are really big. Yeah. But they're all shows for like, you said like, you know, elderly women, and like people who aren't like the target demographic. So they get to brag like we have the highest ratings than they do. But it's just like the demographics. Nobody else's really people on their deathbed. It's like the people who make commercials for pharmaceutical. Right. That's not the artist cool ready Nike commercials now. But you're making a gang Amoni. Yeah. All right. And finally as promised I wanted to talk about loneliness and. Yes. Both of you guys over the weekend. And like nobody got back to me on a hike, man. I had the reception. Texted me. I'll be honest. I was like he wants what's your number, man? Maybe I don't have a store. She's a problem. Both at the same time. We were like do you want fucking? No. You're not supposed to say this part outlying up right are Mike. No. So I've been reading a lot lately about like how this upcoming generation is the loneliest generation that we've ever had like generations e the young people. Coming up behind millennials like so people who are in college now in high school now just getting out of college. Okay. Yeah. And they're basically at least mentally healthy the most likely to self harm and just as Americans. We are the loneliest we've ever been in terms of how we answer polls. Like, how lonely are we how we answer questions like how many people would you trust like to tell you had a problem, and it's like the answers between zero and one like people are just like we don't have close friends really anymore told the lower half of my best told his dick because I know that dick would say sheet, right? But yeah. So one theory on this that made a lot of sense to me is this idea that America is sort of at the logical and point of this sort of neo-capitalist or like Neo liberal period. That was started by the Reagan Thatcher thing where it's like, we're all, you know, individuals in this world, where it's like pure competition all of the like, collectivist ideas like unions, and, you know, staying part of a company that has like a pension stuff like that that stuff has all gone away. And now, you know, we're in this place where it's like gig economy. We're all just like independent from any organization in a gig economy. We switched jobs more than we ever have before. And in that world, we're all individual units. Value accumulation in zero sum game and to put that in context the person was saying that like each. Paradigm sort of conforms to the age that it's in. So Christianity was the main paradigm during the dark ages when it was like a lot of serfs and servants and the best thing you could do for your survival was not rock the boat and kind of turn the other cheek and just you know, go along and get along. And that was the best way to survive and air paradigm isn't necessarily what we think it is. It's more of a the thing that people think is unique about America is when they come here from other countries is that we value individualism versus collectivism, like more than anywhere else to the point of like few show, an American a picture of a fish apart from a school of fish. They're like, oh, well that one fish is the leader and he's standing apart because he's special whereas other people just think of it as a lonely fish bowl like Americans are like hell, yeah. That guy's fucking shit able like oh have they been ostracized? Yeah. They're actually talking about. That doesn't really they don't have a theory for why it is. But they were basically saying that the further west. So if you start in Asia and keep going Wests like it seems like you go from the most collectivist ideals in the world all the way to the most individualistic ideas in the world..

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"cbs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"CBS CEO. Leslie Moonves is leaving the company in a comes after a series of sexual misconduct allegations against the sixty eight year old Bedia veteran Wall Street Journal, media reporter, Joe Flint joins us to discuss such, oh, in some past cases involving allegations, like this companies have taken swift actions, but CBS conducted an internal investigation with the help of law firms before announcing moon vest would be leaving. Though the investigation is still ongoing and really what drove Mr. moon Vaz's to resign. Now was the second Ronan Farrow story and the allegations, and that story, which are several years old, but very damning. And that is what led us to where we are today versus the CBS investigation which will continue after his resignation. But I, I don't think we can necessarily credit this through their investigation rather than to the reporting of Ronan Farrow and the New Yorker and moons has not come out in an up and down deny the allegations. But he has said that many of the, the allegations against him of sexual misconduct or sexual events were consensual. He apologized in for any task incidents where he might have made women feel uncomfortable, but he. Said he always knew no meant no, and that he certainly never retaliated against any women who rebuffed him by standing in the way of their career. Obviously, the reporting indicates that his not been the case and that several of these women felt that they were assaulted rather than part of any consensual relationship. Now for moon vest, there's been a lot of talk about a potentially sizable settlement package with CBS, but that's going to hinge on investigations as to whether he has cleared of wrongdoing. The size of of Mr. moon business settlement will be determined in large part by what this ongoing investigation discovers he was due to receive a settlement anywhere from a hundred and eighty to one hundred eighty five million down to one hundred fifteen million. If he had been fired for pause, I think we can safely say that he's resignation came in part because of. Toss. Oh, now the issue will be. What figure will they will they land on? It's it's interesting because if Mr. moon veget- opted perhaps to resign a month ago when the first New Yorker story had it happened, he would have walked away with a lot more money. He definitely left money on the table in this settlement, and I know in the grand scheme of things and the issues that all these stories have raised money seems secondary, and there's going to be a lot of outrage about any settlement Mr. moon biscuits, but he would have gotten a lot more probably if he had resigned a month ago or even earlier when they were lames of him, having me to issues and whatever settlement is determined the twenty million dollar amount taken off that settlement and donated to me too movement related organizations that twenty million will come out of whatever settlement he would get. Yeah. Typically say, that's that's upticks by by CBS and certainly it is. But the flip side is I also think it's hard to argue with that that gesture, I mean, as I said, there will be people who will argue he should get no money in any sort of settlement. And I'm sure the folks at CVS and their lawyers. We'll try to keep the figures lowest possible if Mr. Munoz and his lawyers will will do the opposite. The risk for Mr. moon valley is of course the longer this drags out more and more people are feeling emboldened to come out and and speak their truth and this this may not be over by long shot. We, I certainly would expect to see more names and more people come out and say they too had issues with him. We've seen that in the past with other folks. So if I were on his team, I might just want to get whatever amount I feel I can get and quietly disappear and. You mentioned, there's investigations ongoing within CBS, and those investigations are in place now to determine whether sexual harassment is rampant within the company. And that would go beyond the allegations against moon vs. Investigation going on about the overall culture at CBS primarily it was focusing on CBS news and in particular sixty minutes, but it CBS news..

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"cbs" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"The head of CBS keeps his job for now for marketplace in New York. I'm Tracey Samuelson in for David Brancaccio Leslie Moonves. The CEO of CBS will continue leading the company while it investigates sexual misconduct claims against him. That was the decision of CBS's board after meeting yesterday in a New Yorker article, six women accused wound vez of sexual harassment incident spanning from the late eighties to early two, thousands, New York Times, media reporter Ed Lee has been following the story and joins me now to discuss paid. So at, as you mentioned in your piece, you know, CBS took immediate action against Charlie rose. When allegations surfaced against him, NBC also acted quickly against Matt Lauer, removing him from the today show. Why do you think this is different? Let's moon beds is pre powerful figure who runs the entire network as well as other parts of CVS corporation. You know, Showtime, for example, as part of that Simon and Shuster the proposers also part of that. Taking pretty quick action to sort of for someone aside would have pretty dramatic effects, you know, ripple through the entire business. So I think the board clearly is acting, you know, as cautiously possibly can. The the comparisons are at, but they're also different given the scope of what less moon Bez controls. And that's probably a factor, but it is striking that that hadn't taken any action and less says he has options here too. Right. Are there any precedents for CEO stepping down ahead of an investigation like this? They're actually, it was a relatively recent example. Martin surrou- was the CEO of WPP, which is the largest company in the world. He stepped down when allegations came out about his behavior and the board was actually going to investigate him as well in terms of these allegations. But he he stepped aside head of that. And so what it did is allowed him to cash his talk options and retire from the company without any of these allegations. Incorr- operative by a board investigation and the company basically considered this a close case. So he's sort of was able to walk away without any further harm or any further implications. I think company itself didn't want to really dig into and they were probably grateful that voluntarily stepped aside that as a model for potentially less moon veg, it doesn't seem like he's quite going that route. But that's the closest comparison in terms of the head of a major company like that at Lee media reporter with the New York Times. Thanks for your time. I appreciate it. Sure. American consumers did their part to help the economy June spending on restaurants and accommodation in particular consumer spending was up point four percents incomes rose by the same amount, I guess, make more spend more. We got some inflation data as well. Let's discuss with Lindsay pigs. She's chief economist and managing director at St. full nNcholas Palin. Good morning. Thanks for having me. So Lindsey, we know the fed meets this morning, their preferred measure of inflation. The personal consumption expenditure. There's index out today. One point, nine percent, their target is two percent. What do you think? Well, I think the fed is going to feel pretty comfortable in the expectations that the market is set forward. In terms of an additional rate increase comes up timber and December. Now up until this point, we've really seen vast improvement in the labor market with the unemployment rate reaching that full employment range and actually falling below that lower bound a full employment for quite some time. But inflation has been that missing component. Now, the most recent reports we do see that although the CPI in the PPI have been well above that two percent threshold, the p. c. e. which is the feds preferred. Inflation metric is now catching up to that two percent target. So the fed is looking at these numbers this morning and feeling pretty confident who continue to move along that gradual pathway to higher interest rates. All right. Lindsay, Piazza with steel, nNcholas. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. Bloomberg is reporting that the US and China are trying to restart training goes. She talks stalled after the US Levy tariffs on Chinese imports because of what it sees as unfair trade practices around intellectual property, China, retaliated with tariffs of its own the US threaten more tariffs and back and forth. We went new talks, could maybe break that cycle. As a nonprofit news organization marketplace's able to.

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"cbs" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"We are very lucky. We've got pretty much cloud-free sky. We are looking at the moon which has got now a chunk taken out of it on the bottom. It's really, really spectacular. It's getting much much bigger this this chunk. It doesn't like there's a bite that's someone's taken out of it. It's still very much a gray white color who actually I can. Yes, I can see a little bit of read the both of as well. I noticed that until I had a really good look. Yeah, it's a very, it's it's a real ready color. And this is. Is going to lost this secluded for how long we're not quite the central point just yet, but it's all things are looking really good. Looks like we're going to get a good show. This doesn't happen very often does it. I think there's a few months ago, but the point about this one is special one because it such a perfect alignment. You do get partial lunar eclipses you do to ones as well, but but the total where the moon goes right through the center of the shadow of the earth that much rarer. And so that's what's happening tonight. And that's why such a special eclipse and worth making the effort to go and see, and there's a bonus tonight isn't the MAs has shining brighter than it has in fifteen years. I mean, it absolutely right. MAs has been the thing that actually we've been talking more about in many ways because they've right next to each other. What's another brilliant thing about tonight is the moon turns red, it'll be next to the reddish thing that's normally in the sky, which is Mars which happens to be at the moment bigger and brighter than it usually is every two years you get MAs, what's called opposition, which is when it's the sun. But at the best time for viewing. And that happens to be exactly now and it hasn't been this close for seventeen years as a lot of red in the sky. The astronomer. Daniel chew in Kenya. Still to come on this global news podcast, we have to solve this. This is a disaster for the reindeer industry. If you lose your winter grazing land, you'll have no food for the reindeer during the winter, and it's a complete catastrophe. Heat wave in Sweden is having an adverse effect on the country's indigenous Sami reindeer herders. If all that Greece's prime minister says he assumes full responsibility for the bushfires which killed more than eighty. People around the capital Athens, the governments of Alexis sip process face calls from the opposition to apologize for failing to respond quickly enough to the disaster. James Reynolds reports. Alexis tsipras told a meeting of his cabinet that his administration took full political responsibility. For the wildfires mister Panetta's comments come a day after the country's defense minister said that residents of the worst hit areas should share the blame for the high number of dead because many of them had disregarded safety laws and built their homes without permission. The prime minister now appears to have distanced himself from those remarks Mr. cheap. And I said that his administration would address decades of unlicensed building which allowed towns like Mattie to develop without any coherent plan. James Reynolds reporting from crease here. In the UK the air to the British throne, Prince Charles has denied. He sought to influence a police investigation into a convicted pedophile Peter ball. They disgraced former Bishop was found guilty of sex offenses, three years ago in a written submission to an inquiry into child sex abuse, Prince Charles said he fell deep, personal regrets for trusting the former Bishop when initial reports of abuse emerged. John donelson has this report. Peter ball was a powerful figure within the church of England for decades, but in two thousand fifteen, the former Bishop of Lewes and also Gloucester was jailed for sexually abusing teenagers and young men, twelve years earlier, he'd been cautioned by police and resigned..

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"cbs" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"A power struggle with the controlling shareholder of the network, shut Redstone, she, it's complicated, but in a nutshell, she also controls Viacom the media conglomerate. And she wants the two companies to merge and Mr. moon viz is resisting the attempts to merge the companies and so that is rumbling on at the moment. But in the New Yorker article, the journalists makes the point. He says that none of the women involved were motivated by any allegiance in that corporate battle and seems I we're hearing negations of sexual misconduct who almost every day, how companies and institutions trying to deal with the issue. Well, I mean, clearly it's extremely difficult. CBS says it said dealing with it in the sense that it is trying to be at the front of the conversation to address any problems with this kind of behavior, but four CBS. I mean, it is a big problem that Mr. Moonves himself has been check. Allen JD in this way. He's a giant of American television. As you say, he developed friends and ER with Warner Brothers. He turned CBS around. It's been the top viewed network in US television for the last decade on shares have slumped on this news more than six percent. James Cook reporting from Los Angeles. Now, if you're listening to us in the US your economy grew at its fastest annual rate in nearly four years between April and June this year, that's an annual growth rate of four point. One percent, one of the highest amongst the industrial nations, and it's thanks to American spending more money and the country rushing to sell more abroad before new trade tariffs kick in and make those products more expensive other countries to buy. No wonder, President Trump was pleased. We've accomplished an economic turnaround of historic proportions. We are the economic envy of the entire world when I meet the leaders of countries. The first thing they say invariably is Mr President, so nice to meet. It you. Congratulations on your economy. So how much credit does he deserve for those figures? How correspondent in Washington is Anthony searcher. The economic trends have been heading the same direction since the Obama presidency. So an economist would look at this and say, well, the Donald Trump is capitalizing on an improving economy that has been heading that way and then growth for quite some time. But that's not the way politics works. The American public gives a president one who's sitting in the chair, the heap of the blame if the economy's going poorly and the credit of is going well. So Donald Trump can reap at least some political rewards for an economy that appears to be doing well, at least at the moment. Yeah..

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"cbs" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Never have been made. If it hadn't been for a TV executive called les Moonves says, he now runs CBS one of America's biggest TV networks, and he's also being investigated over allegations of sexual misconduct shares in CBS have fallen by more than six percent. I've been speaking to our correspondent in Los Angeles, James Cook and asked him where have the allegation surfaced while they've surfaced in an article in the New Yorker published by Ronan Farrow the journalist who won a Pulitzer prize for his reporting of the allegations against the media mogul producer, Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein. Now he turns his attention to Liz moon viz. And when you look through this, I mean, I'll be honest, it's pages and pages long. I'm just beginning to get through it now. It's just been published, but let's just say, go through the start of this article, which gives us a little detail about what the allegations actually are in shorts. Six women alleged sexual harassment by Mr. moon viz between the nine hundred eighty s and the late two, thousands of those six four described forcibly touching or kissing juuling business meetings that is the the core of the allegation that's being made. But the article goes on to say that thirty current and former employees of CBS said that kind of behavioral actually extended to other parts of the corporation as well, including CBS news and the acclaimed come into fares program sixty minutes. There is a response, a statement from les Moonves in the New Yorker in this reporting saying that he has always promoted a culture of respect and opportunity for all employees. He says he recognizes there were times decades ago when I may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances. Those were mistakes. He writes and I regret them immensely. But he insists he always understood respected and abided by the principle that no means. No. And these out the only problems facing Mr. moon visit CBS? No, he's engaged in a battle really with.

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"cbs" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Never have been made. If it hadn't been for a TV executive called les Moonves says, he now runs CBS one of America's biggest TV networks, and he's also being investigated over allegations of sexual misconduct shares in CBS have fallen by more than six percent. I've been speaking to our correspondent in Los Angeles, James Cook and asked him where have the allegation surfaced while they've surfaced in an article in the New Yorker published by Ronan Farrow the journalist who won a Pulitzer prize for his reporting of the allegations against the media mogul producer, Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein. Now he turns his attention to Liz moon viz. And when you look through this, I mean, I'll be honest, it's pages and pages long. I'm just beginning to get through it now. It's just been published, but let's just say, go through the start of this article, which gives us a little detail about what the allegations actually are in shorts. Six women alleged sexual harassment by Mr. moon viz between the nine hundred eighty s and the late two, thousands of those six four described forcibly touching or kissing juuling business meetings that is the the core of the allegation that's being made. But the article goes on to say that thirty current and former employees of CBS said that kind of behavioral actually extended to other parts of the corporation as well, including CBS news and the acclaimed come into fares program sixty minutes. There is a response, a statement from les Moonves in the New Yorker in this reporting saying that he has always promoted a culture of respect and opportunity for all employees. He says he recognizes there were times decades ago when I may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances. Those were mistakes. He writes and I regret them immensely. But he insists he always understood respected and abided by the principle that no means. No. And these out the only problems facing Mr. moon visit CBS? No, he's engaged in a battle really with.

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"cbs" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

05:33 min | 3 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Is also known as my airbnb rental i am joined by kristi tanner christie is the general manager of cbs news digital christie welcome good morning brian you're an early morning riser in and i both both impressed by that at a little resentful because i got up really oh explain your role exactly just i mean cbs the gigantic organization i run digital for cbs news and all of cbs's digital assets are part of cbs interactive when we put our twentyfive brands together into cbs interactive or the seventh largest digital company in the us in terms of traffic okay so we have we have forced super verticals within cbs interactive tech entertainment sports and news and i run news okay so it's lovely out here and and everything's wonderful the sun is always shining but the sun is not always shining in the media business what what's the what are what is one challenge that released sort of for you is topped mine right now in the new space the the biggest challenge is differentiation because in many respects news can be a commodity and one of the ways that other news organizations have differentiated themselves is with opinion and so now we now have partisan news outlets cbs news is brand is decidedly nonpartisan we have doubled down on reporting as the central facet of our brand and that is resonating with the viewers who are growing for our streaming service cbs n okay so you're not protrump or anti trump we are adhering to the traditional because it's hard dander of representing the facts as opposed to opinion but that's that's kind of hard right i mean because like people are tied up in knots about whether to call lies lies or misstatements or it is interesting to see the various synonyms that people are using for lies out there in the entire new space so falsehood has become a hit a new life a word that seems to be easier for people to use them lie i don't know what the psychology of that is but we have we have been breaking down statements and separating them into facts and untruths or faxon and lies and as one example on i think it was friday when president trump went out into the driveway of the of the white house to give an interview he misstated and claimed many false facts in that and we assigned our team to break down every statement in our one o'clock live show and and that is something that i think others may just be repeating the statement and we're really really working hard gone to do that okay how about platforms i think this is the other hot button issue in the media world facebook google amazon are they platforms in the media business no no not at all our foes they are both opportunities and challenges and we work we work very closely with almost a dozen platforms distribution partners in the digital space to distribute cbs which is our twenty four seven livestream so that's a big area of investment for cvs and when i started three years ago on this we were basically onto putt forms for ot and streaming we were on apple and roku were now on more than twelve platforms in the list is growing so players like fubo pluto tv what else amazon has over as overtaken apple in some respects on the traffic front because they have so many devices in the home right so when you're thinking about platforms it's not it's not just a synonym for facebook absolutely not and i would say that the obsession with facebook in the media industry is unhealthy we need to be looking at the entire media landscape because there are other players who are amassing warchest and i would say worchester of data and that in the coming years will be will be used to target the consumers who we own and i think that we as content creators number one we need to double down on creating content that's what we're good at that's what the platforms are terrible at and and there that has a ton of value as for the is that because you're you're i mean we're talking mostly about video right i mean i feel like the obsession with facebook comes because the sort of text native publishers i don't want to call them but like they you know facebook really just ran roughshod over that entire section of the media industry whereas google and.

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"cbs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"cbs" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Welcome back sherry redstone and leslie moonves us used to be close allies but now the two media chiefs are locked in a legal battle over disagreement about whether cbs should be merged with viacom ms redstone family holding company national amusements owns nearly eighty percent of voting stock in both cbs viacom she's also vice chairman of both companies less moonves is chief executive of cbs sherry redstone who has succeeded or father sumner atop the family's media empire wants to merge both cbs viacom into a single company while les moonves us is dead set against a merger wall street journal media reporter keach hagi writes that this is a corporate power struggle that's lasted more than two years and has featured as many twists as a daytime soap opera keach ms redstone and mr moonves go back a long way the first question that i have is why is she pushing a merger of viacom and cbs and why is he against it while in the last year we've seen a lot of consolidation in the media industry there have been analysts who thought that made sense for cbs viacom to get together for a while anyway but that is really accelerated in the last year we saw fox and disney getting together scripts and discovery at and t is trying to buy time warner so in the wake of all of those things she had been trying this for a while she decided let's let's try this again we need scale to compete with google and facebook etcetera let's get these companies together and then we can maybe sell that entity to someone else and the second part of your question about mr munoz he initially had conversations with her where he was sort of open to the idea but basically he's worried about the well performing cbs being saddled with viacom's rather troubled assets the cable channels have really suffered in the air of cord cutting nut flakes viacom owns mostly those so it's just a a structural thing that it would be.

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