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"chief daddy" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Le Quart d'Heure d'Inspir'Action

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"chief daddy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"People are still listed as missing. Cal Fire's Operations section chief says the fire made a historic run through crowns of timber. This is a fire that is impossible Tio fight directly and as it moved through those communities and made a run like we have described its historic And therefore many of the structures that were impacted. We've got the numbers of how many are estimated to be damaged, were destroyed in the path of the fire so you could look at the fire perimeter. And be sure that there was damage in those areas. We have not assessed exactly where it is or exactly where those homes are, but we'll continue to do that. I heart media's Mike Baka says Wednesday's wild weather shifts are the reason the North complex West zone has grown to more than 70,000 acres. It's very dangerous to compare things to the campfire. But Chief Daddy yesterday said I never thought in my lifetime, I was something that would be similar in scope and how it moved. And that's what they were telling me yesterday and they have been helped out by the weather. Today. They're very happy with what happened with the weather, lower temperatures and certainly helped. The winds are not gusting, but The unpredictability of it initially late Tuesday afternoon into the wee hours Wednesday morning, that's what really had them on edge. 2000 buildings are already confirmed. Damaged or destroyed. More than 4200 Maurin. Danger damage assessments officially begin tomorrow. Also, we want to know the historical significance of the wildfires burning on the Mendocino National Forest. Initially 37 separate fires. They've been combined into what's being called the August complex, and it has grown to more than gosh 736 square miles for 171,000 acres to become the largest wildfire in California state history. And that is just one of the incidents. Firefighters are battling this afternoon, Kitty that we might leave you with some good news while he comes from the willow fire, where there was ah, little good news for at least one pet owner in the area. Willow's folks need to find him when it's least what they firefighters have named him in one of those homes. Cat had escaped the residents and was in a tree and so our fire captain Tiffany Tracy heard the cat initially, but couldn't see him. There was a lot of smoke and fire as you can imagine. And so as she was going through the evacuation process, she ended up finding the cat and was able to get the cat out of the tree. Veterinarians of since examined the tabby some burns to the pads of his feet, a little dehydration, but no microchip. The cat Kitty does have some white coloring, mainly gray and black stripes. If you've lost a cat in that area, Cal Fire crews have rescued one and they're trying to locate the owner. Maura kfbk dot com. Alright, Joe. Thank you. Let's find out what's coming up tomorrow on the Cape came morning news with Christina, Madonna and Sam. Shame, Kitty. Tomorrow morning. We have a really life Willy Wonka Story, Yeah. Legendary local candy company giving away a golden ticket. And coming up the handoff from the KPK Afternoon..

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"chief daddy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"For unemployment at 18,000 course a lot of the rest the country is beginning to open up California Not as much. Let's check the final numbers as the tech selloff resume today. Out out four or five and 27 5 34 NASDAQ Down To 21 to 10,009 19 the S and P down 60 points Gold up 13 1968 Announced 10 Year Bond deal 100.68% Alright, 6 22 a kfbk. Thanks Kelly of dating you now on the bare fire in Butte County with reporter Mike Baka. Actually, they also are calling it the North complex West zone. Authorities air calling that but whatever you call it, it has been deadly. It has been a destructive Here's Mike. Yeah, well, what they're telling us now. 70,000 Acres 2000 structures destroyed. And, of course, the three deaths that were reported yesterday and Kitty, it really moved fast. In a westerly direction late Tuesday afternoon. Those those winds really pushed it from Plumas County Interview County and, of course, a lot of dry fuel when it made it dangerous. My quote of the firefighters been telling you that there's an unpredictability to it, which is kind of common for fires up here. And of course, we're very familiar, of course less than two years ago, the campfire Um, within about a 90 minute period yesterday, they were saying that it's moving in a northerly direction. Then they were saying northwesterly direction. Then they saw it shifted south, and that's Kind of commonplace right now they're saying it's moving. Suddenly ah little bit. They're still doing a lot of structure protection in the forest town area, Brush Creek, Feather Falls and the Lumpkin Ridge area. We know the firefighters are doing their job, but one can only suspect it's taking a toll. What's interesting is it's very dangerous to compare things to the campfire. But chief Gaddy yesterday that I never thought in my lifetime. I was something that would be similar in scope and how it moved. Like the campfire, and that's what they were telling me yesterday and they have been helped out by the weather. Today. They're very happy with what happened with the weather, lower temperatures and certainly helped. The winds are not gusting, but They thea unpredictability of it. Initially late Tuesday afternoon into the wee hours Wednesday morning, that's what really had them on edge. Yeah. Well, finally, I understand that we are getting help here in California from firefighters around the country and even the world Israel maybe Australia. Yes, and Chief Daddy again telling me the Suppression efforts, and the resource is have nearly doubled in the last 24 to 36 hours, which is great, which means the other fires around the state are not as bad and those resource is air now being shifted to this fire. Another interesting tidbit regarding this fire is the way they are mapping it. They're using Lake Oroville as a firebreak. So they are able now to put resource is in other places to protect structures. And if they have to, They're going to let that fire burn all the way down to the eastern portion. Eastern side. I should say of Lake Oroville and then protect structures and other areas. So it's weird to say this, but the topography which has always worked against Firefighters in Butte County. At times it's kind of helping them because of how big Lake Oroville is interesting. Well, Mike Baka, thank you so much for this report. Sure. Yeah. And in spite of that help that might just mentioned we are just hearing from the Chico Enterprise record. They just tweeted that seven more deaths have been reported due to this fire, bringing the total number 2 10. We'll have more from our wildfire desk at 6 53. It's 6 26 right now, here on kfbk and we'll have much more news ahead on all your top trending stories on news 93.1 kfbk and life everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Sacramento voices you can trust Christina Mendoza, Sam Shane Kfbk Morning News. All angle died because it matters Where you get your news on Sacramento's.

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Bear Fire Renamed North Complex West Zone

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Bear Fire Renamed North Complex West Zone

"The bare fire in Butte County with reporter Mike Baka. Actually, they also are calling it the North complex West zone. Authorities air calling that but whatever you call it, it has been deadly. It has been a destructive Here's Mike. Yeah, well, what they're telling us now. 70,000 Acres 2000 structures destroyed. And, of course, the three deaths that were reported yesterday and Kitty, it really moved fast. In a westerly direction late Tuesday afternoon. Those those winds really pushed it from Plumas County Interview County and, of course, a lot of dry fuel when it made it dangerous. My quote of the firefighters been telling you that there's an unpredictability to it, which is kind of common for fires up here. And of course, we're very familiar, of course less than two years ago, the campfire Um, within about a 90 minute period yesterday, they were saying that it's moving in a northerly direction. Then they were saying northwesterly direction. Then they saw it shifted south, and that's Kind of commonplace right now they're saying it's moving. Suddenly ah little bit. They're still doing a lot of structure protection in the forest town area, Brush Creek, Feather Falls and the Lumpkin Ridge area. We know the firefighters are doing their job, but one can only suspect it's taking a toll. What's interesting is it's very dangerous to compare things to the campfire. But chief Gaddy yesterday that I never thought in my lifetime. I was something that would be similar in scope and how it moved. Like the campfire, and that's what they were telling me yesterday and they have been helped out by the weather. Today. They're very happy with what happened with the weather, lower temperatures and certainly helped. The winds are not gusting, but They thea unpredictability of it. Initially late Tuesday afternoon into the wee hours Wednesday morning, that's what really had them on edge. Yeah. Well, finally, I understand that we are getting help here in California from firefighters around the country and even the world Israel maybe Australia. Yes, and Chief Daddy again telling me the Suppression efforts, and the resource is have nearly doubled in the last 24 to 36 hours, which is great, which means the other fires around the state are not as bad and those resource is air now being shifted to this fire. Another interesting tidbit regarding this fire is the way they are mapping it. They're using Lake Oroville as a firebreak. So they are able now to put resource is in other places to protect structures. And if they have to, They're going to let that fire burn all the way down to the eastern portion. Eastern side. I should say of Lake Oroville and then protect structures and other areas. So it's weird to say this, but the topography which has always worked against Firefighters in Butte County. At times it's kind of helping them because of how big Lake Oroville is interesting. Well, Mike Baka, thank you so much for this report. Sure.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Reported their sales after hours. Pel Aton crushing estimate sales up on 172%, and they expect strong demand to continue. Into 2021 for their expensive bikes and treadmills that they are currently selling. Let's check the final number cell. I should also mention, though the weekly jobless claims came in at 884,000. 850 was expected so little bit above what was expected. But below a million California still number one on the list. You don't want to be number one on with 18,000 people filing for unemployment. In the week. Final numbers Down down 405, a 27 5 30 for NASDAQ, down to 21 of 10,009 19, the S and P down 60 points or one and three quarters percent. Ah, goal today was up 13 in 1916 Announced. 10 Year bond deal, 100.68. All right, our thanks to Kelly. Well, an update on the bare fire in Butte County, which they're calling now the North complex West zone. But whatever you call it, it's been deadly and destructive. Here's reporter Mike Baka. Yeah, well, what they're telling us now. 70,000 Acres 2000 structures destroyed And, of course, the three deaths that were reported yesterday and killed yet really moved fast. In a westerly direction late Tuesday afternoon, those those winds really pushed it from Plumas County into Butte County. And, of course, a lot of tries your when it made it dangerous. My quote of the firefighters been telling you That there's an unpredictability to it, which is kind of common for fires up here. And of course, we're very familiar, of course less than two years ago, the campfire Within about a 90 minute period. Yesterday. They were saying that it's moving in a northerly direction. Then they were saying northwesterly direction. Then they sell. It shifted south, and that's Kind of commonplace right now they're saying it's moving. Suddenly ah little bit. They're still doing a lot of structure protection in the forest town area, Brush Creek, Feather Falls and the Lumpkin Ridge area. We know the firefighters are doing their job, but one can only suspect it's taking a toll. What's interesting is it's very dangerous to compare things to the campfire. But chief Gaddy yesterday said I never thought in my lifetime, I was something that would be similar in scope in how it moved. Like the campfire, and that's what they were telling me yesterday and they have been helped out by the weather. Today. They're very happy with what happened with the weather, lower temperatures and certainly helped. The winds are not Gusting, but they the unpredictability of a initially late Tuesday afternoon into the wee hours Wednesday morning, that's what really had them on edge. Yeah, well, finally I understand that we are getting help here in California from firefighters around the country and even the world Israel maybe Australia. Yes, and Chief Daddy again, telling me the Suppression efforts, and the resource is nearly doubled in the last 24 to 36 hours, which is great, which means the other fires around the state are not as bad and those resource is air now being shifted to this fire. Another interesting tidbit regarding this fire is the way they are mapping it. They're using Lake Oroville as a firebreak. So they are able now to put resource is in other places to protect structures. And if they have to, They're going to let that fire burn all the way down to the eastern portion. Eastern side I should say of Lake Oroville. And then protect structures and other areas. So it's weird to say this, but the topography, which has always worked against firefighters in Butte County at times, it's kind of helping them because of how big Lake Oroville is. Interesting. Well, Mike Baka, Thank you so much for this report. Sure. All right. It's for 26. And Kate became last year's Elk Grove. Subaru presenting the Educator of Excellence Award. Recognizing the extraordinary new Links teachers go to right now rewarding the best of the best during these challenging times, so nominate and amazing, educated today so we can recognise are deserving local teachers.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

Popgram Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

"All the good because we know how altruism about whoever's one who who gives a shit I'm also said John The precursor to the Oscars are like no. It's we've done. Sorry this is talk about the Oscars denomination with the Nigerian movie. Yes yes no you go ahead. You have the nets sir. Yeah so apparently there was a Niger. Movie was submitted by Hollywood. I presume Jen via ninety. That's the one way for long. Yes in English everyone. I know exactly what happened okay. So there's a film fullerton the Neymar correct Lionheart. Nine Hearts Watch that yes. That's the phone in Nigeria. Jovita is genevieve Jeddah Jedi Jennifer Levi. Naji She's female director. Imagine in Nigeria. So that's been tough the film for best foreign film in in Hollywood Bureau Well the answer is and there were rejected. Because the language was primarily in English a lottery is actually customers called best international the national best international film but then because it was on the language is in English because the language what a lot of people do not realise although Vinay and Jim via innogy were very very upset about altered. JVM innogy was. English is Niger's Lingua Franca so it is unfair to do that. However if you look at the rules the rules do say that an international is classified as one that is in a foreign language? Because if you don't have that particular hurdles across them is a Canadian guy be totally the British gabby exiting movies and then drowns out enough of other films from countries where English is not their language. So I gets that however because of the name of that category it didn't. It was a very very clear so I got very outraged. I was like Oh my God. Racism valuable read the rules of there. Oh I see so that would mean that in Canada actually because you know they speak French quebecers on the English to the quebecers parts of Cardin put them in this became fringed. Yeah they are likely the spots no so that the problem so even if you're thinking about it's been a foreign film to be for fill in a different language which from English. So that's the reason why I just mentioned that. There isn't lighthouses. Because it's on Netflix. That I just read Netflix. Actually is the first. It's one of it. Was the first marriage original film that they put money to be made in Niger. Exactly I mean gene is really really shitty film but I do not shitting by western standards for Monday juice is this is the cream of the crop. It's not he's not chief Daddy. You can grab a mini spirits fake. We are asked as fags. It's it's a good story and his story about because they have several tribes about five hundred different languages. Yes missile.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

Popgram Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Popgram Podcast

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"chief daddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For content. And as they expand globally, they need content for will audiences their efforts are boosting film industries, from Hollywood to Nali, would, what's Nali would if I was Bollywood's the second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. Bloomberg's Cameron Leach Nali would is Nigeria's, epicenter of filmmaking and Africa long hamstrung by movie piracy, that would have previously shorten the economic life of films, such as last December's mega hit in Nigeria chief daddy about a billionaire who dies suddenly touching off a madcap scramble among his relatives over his state. Breath troubles. Actually Netflix extended the film's money-making life, buying the streaming rights, making it available to one hundred forty nine million customers in one hundred ninety countries most well beyond the reach of pirated DVDs. I'm Steve Potisk, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio five thirty nine on WBZ early findings suggest the green line train did not derail because of a mechanical issue in the crash that happened yesterday it entered at least ten people. The NBA says the incident remains under investigation. None of the injuries said to be life threatening. Witnesses say everything went dark onboard, the one car trolley, and they were tossed about the car as it left the rails between Ken Warren Fenway stations. President Trump says he's confident his administration struck a good deal with Mexico to stem the flow of Central American vitamins, the president pushing back against reporting by the New York Times suggesting many of the concessions made by. Mexico or already in the works prior to the tariff threat and news of an agreement. Washington Post reported David nakimora says while it's still unclear how much of the agreement is new. The real question will be, whether it works. The is going to be a lesson. The spin that's going on now. And more at the end of the month and the prepo following months when we see the actual numbers at the border, and, and whether the numbers, dropped, precipitously or not on Fox News, Sunday, Rhode Island congressman David Sicily, speaking about the tariff threat, going immigration issue. We should recognize a silent is the crown jewel of our immigration system. America has always been a place that welcomes people who are fleeing violence and war and famine and unspeakable conditions and we have a system to adjudicate those claims we ought to honor that system. Also on Fox News, Sunday, Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, saying he believes China is an even larger problem than Mexico when it comes to trade and national security, China is aggressively using their industrial policy is causing great. Harm economic throughout the world. And China has to recognize that they have to follow the world trading organisation rules. They have to stop stealing our intellectual property, by cyber theft through espionage force technology transfers lead while nearly twenty democratic presidential candidates are in Iowa today for what amounts to be in early effort to demonstrate potential in the leadoff twenty twenty caucus state among those there, Senator Elizabeth Warren..

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"chief daddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Or Hulu or any of the newer entries video streaming services have veracious appetite for content and as they expand globally, they need content for global audiences. Their efforts are boosting film industries from Hollywood to Nali, would what's Nali would if I was Bollywood is the second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. Bloomberg's Cameron Leach Nali would is Nigeria's epicenter of filmmaking an Africa long hamstrung by movie piracy, that would have previously short in the economic life of film, such as last December's mega hit Nigeria chief daddy. About a billionaire who dies suddenly touching a madcap scramble among his relatives over his state troubles. Actually Netflix extended the film's money-making life, buying the streaming rights, making it available to one hundred forty nine million customers in one hundred ninety countries most well beyond the reach of pirated DVD's. I'm Steve Potisk, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. Twelve thirty nine on WBZ. President Trump says more details have been worked out on a deal with Mexico over immigration and tariffs citizenry's of tweets this morning. The president saying something's not mentioned one in particular were agreed upon will be announced at the appropriate time. He added, there's now going to be great cooperation between Mexico and the United States, something that didn't exist for decades, for some unknown reason there is not he says, we can always go back to previous very profitable position of Taras. But he says he doesn't believe that will be necessary after three days of negotiations the US in Mexico, reaching a deal on trade, and immigration voiding a five percent import tariff on all Mexican goods in an interview on CBS face the nation, Republican Senator, ROY blunt, who's against the tariffs says he hopes to get a vote on funding in congress for kids that have over the border, without their parents think this is truly a humanitarian crisis. I hope our, our. On the other side, the Democrats will step up and join us and providing the money needed to take care of unaccompanied kids, Rhode Island congressman David fisa Leany, speaking about the tariff threat, the ongoing immigration issue on Fox News Sunday. We need comprehensive immigration reform. We need to devote more resources to, but we need a president who understands the complexity of problems stops using this issue as a political prop onto germs of the deal will expand the program in which asylum-seeking migrants are sent back to Mexico to await the outcome of their cases. Meanwhile, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says President Trump will decide whether to hit China with more tariffs after he meets with Chinese president Xi Jinping later this month in Japan. Twelve forty one on WBZ. Time for us to check sports on this Sunday afternoon. Here's WBZ's Mark Bennett. No more wiggle room for the Bruins must win in game six tonight in Saint Louis or else. The blues will win their first ever Stanley Cup blues winger. Pat, maroon for one trying not to think about what's on the line.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg BusinessWeek and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. Jason yes, you've heard, of course, of Hollywood home of US filmmaking. Then, of course, there's Bollywood India's film community. Have you heard of Nali would I confess I hadn't until I read camera leeches story. It is a terrific one in the business section this week. Cameron take us there. What's going on? This is a massive film production, ecosystem, just when time first off, I think about Africa, people forget, how vast how large the continent is there's about one point two billion people in Africa end in Nigeria which kind of runs Nali in the film community in Africa. There's one hundred ninety million people there, so when you talk about Nali would this is the place. Epicenter couple with South Africa all, so that's really driving entertainment in that region. Is it was such a huge industry. If follows Bollywood's. The second the second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. So that is something that, you know, Hollywood can really tap into they're looking for the Knicks grows driver when it when it comes to entertainment, and we are in an interesting moment, it feels like in the global entertainment realm movies are global by their very nature, you think about the avengers, you think about Black Panther or the audience is much different than it was twenty years ago in terms of who's going and Kinsley what they expect to see on the screen feels like Nali would is in a good way taking advantage of that. Are you know most of this comes down to streaming, you have to really think that really drive in the business here, especially they're the first one was really go into to Africa. Go to Nigeria any no pick up some local content and, you know, into fifteen they really got their hands dirty with no nation that one of the, the major familiar actors out across the US, even in the UK as. Whoa. So you see the film of no nation that really got a lot of commentary critically critically acclaimed cross Hollywood. Well, I think about all the streaming services, whether it's a Netflix Amazon, they've got to be kind of salivating a little bit right because they are looking for growth opportunities. They're looking at other markets outside the United States looking at emerging markets. And here is they're all fighting for new content. Right. And here's a whole world of content for them. And what's interesting is your story. You actually start talking about a premiere of something called chief daddy, right? And it got off to a strong start. But tell us about why it had a longer economic life cycle. She is. So in Nigeria when I debuted in two thousand eighteen it really sick over theaters in Nigeria, now granted Nigeria does have the most data's out there. But now as the the industry's moving away from theaters immortal streaming, they had a second life ruin came to net flix. Netflix picked up chief daddy for another run. They, they acquired the. So rice to chief daddy right now just taking a leg of his own so talk about theaters. We talk about streaming. One of the reasons streaming has been good as I understand your story is that it's eliminated or, or maybe helped mitigate one of the real problems in this industry in Nigeria specifically, and maybe across the continent, which was piracy. Yes. Really put a dent in the ability to make money off movies was really interesting about Nali would in his self is the infrastructure that they really have a problem with they really want back from the government. And when it comes to being able to give them pre-financing dollars when it comes to giving out grants, who creators, they really need that, that pushed that then lunch pats really get their films across the board. And, you know, as the and she moves away from, I guess, DVD's, more Torah streaming. You're seeing less piracy and more opportunity when it comes to the life of internet, because, as I understand it, what would happen is it would be hard for film to get financing because. They would know. All right. It's gonna open up in theaters. But literally within a day, next day, the next day, they're gonna be DVD's sold on the street. And so nobody's gonna watch it at home. Who was do you want your hard work? Bootleg. Jason what have you had another another Jason on another network? You don't want that. I can't even imagine only one. You know, the world could use infinite Jason. No, I take your point. It's fair. But the point is rates. If you have a streaming service says, hey, we want the worldwide or global distribution rights, right automatically, you get a revenue stream right off the bat. Right. And you kind of mitigate the impact of piracy and this, like, Nali would is asking for help. They have a handout, they want to. They want to meet, how would have way because Hollywood also needs to expand Disney needs to expand flus needs to continue expand. So there's a way for them to have a partnership here for them both to benefit focus really ramping up its efforts. Right in terms African production rights African production rise in your production rise. They're really trying to keep up that international growth drivers via the US and Carol. I have to say I did not know a lot about Nali would the Nigerian, powered film industry, the opportunities that it has there in that country across the continent and the visions for some of the big players. Second largest producer films in the world who knew just behind Bollywood in India, big industry, and we really got the low down from Cameron. You're listening to Bloomberg BusinessWeek coming up. The latest installment of business. We talked between Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins this number..

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Heard, of course, of Hollywood home of US filmmaking debate fan. Of course, there's Bollywood India's film community, have you heard of Nali? I confess I hadn't until I read camera leeches story. It is a terrific one in the business section this week. Cameron take us there. What's going on? This is a massive film production ecosystem to first time when you first off, when you first think about Africa, people forget, how vast, and how large the continent is, you know, there's about one point two billion people in Africa at end in Nigeria, which kind of runs Nali in the film community in Africa. There's one hundred ninety million people there, so when you talk about Noddy would this is the place that epicenter couple with South Africa. So that's really driving entertainment in that region. So is it was such a huge industry. If follows Bollywood's the second. The second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. So that is something that, you know, Hollywood can really tap into when they're looking for the Knicks grows driver when it when it comes to entertainment, well, and we are in an interesting moment, it feels like in the global entertainment realm movies are global by their very nature. You think about the avengers, you think about Black Panther or the audience is much different than it was twenty years ago, in terms of who's going and candidly, what they expect to see on the screen feels like Nali would is in a good way taking advantage of that. Are you know most of this comes down to streaming, you have to really thankless really drive in the business here, especially, they're the first ones to really go into to Africa? Go into Nigeria in pick up some local content, and you know, in two thousand fifteen they really got their hands dirty with beasts of no nation that featured it just one of the major premier actors out across the US, even in the UK as well. So you see the film basic, no nation that really got a lot of commentary critically critically acclaimed across Hollywood. Well, I think about all the streaming services, whether it's a Netflix Amazon, they've gotta be kinda salivating a little bit right because they are looking for growth opportunities. They're looking at other markets outside the United States looking at emerging markets. And here is, and they're all fighting for new content. Right. And here's a whole world of content for them. And what's interesting is your story. You actually start talking about a premiere of something called chief daddy, right? And it got off to a strong start. But tell us about why it had a longer economic life cycle. She died he did. So in Nigeria when I debuted in two in late two thousand eighteen it really took over theaters in Nigeria, now granted Nigeria does have the most at the it is out there. But now as the industry is moving away from theaters immortal streaming, they had a second life for when it came to Netflix. Netflix picked up chief daddy for another run. They there. Acquired the rights to achieve daddy right now is just taking a leg of his own, so talk about theaters we talked about streaming. One of the reasons streaming has been good as I understand your story is that it's eliminated or, or maybe helped mitigate one of the real problems in this industry in Nigeria specifically, and maybe across the continent, which was piracy. Yes. That really put a dent in the ability to make money off movies was really interesting about Nali would in his self is the infrastructure that they really have a problem with. They really want back from the government. And when it comes to being able to give them pre-financing dollars when it comes to giving out grants to creators, they really need that, that push that then launchpads really get their films across the board. And you know as the industry moves away from, I guess, DVD's and more towards streaming. You're seeing less piracy and more opportunity when it comes to the life of internet, because, as I understand it, what would happen is it would be hard for film to get financing. Because they would know. All right. It's gonna open up in theaters. But literally within a day. The next day it's gonna be DVD's sold on the street. And so nobody's going to go to watch it at home. Yeah. Who was do you want your hard work bootleg? Jason what have you had another another Jason on another network? You don't want that I can't even. Only one. The world could use incident James. But no, I take your point. It's fair. But the point is rates. If you have a streaming service, he says, hey, we want the worldwide or global distribution rights, right automatically, you get a revenue stream right off the bat. Right. And you kind of mitigate the impact of piracy and this not like Nali would is asking for help. They have a handout, they want to. They want to meet Hollywood halfway, because Hollywood also needs to expand Disney needs to expand needs to continue expanding. So there's a way for them to have a partnership here for them. Both have benefit is really ramping up efforts, right in terms of African production rights of can production rise in your production rise. They're really trying to keep up that international growth drivers beyond the US. That's camera Leach and Carol I have to say I did not know a lot about Nali would the Nigerian, powered film industry, the opportunities that it has there in that country across the continent and the MVP for some of the big level players. Second largest producer films in the world who knew just behind Bollywood in.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Heard, of course, of Hollywood home of US filmmaking. Then, of course, there's Bollywood India's film community, have you heard of Nali? I confess I hadn't until I read camera leeches story. It is a terrific one in the business section this week. Cameron take us there. What's going on? This is a massive film production. Ecosystem, just the first time we first off, when you first think about Africa people forget, how vast, and how large the continent is, you know, there's about one point two billion people in Africa at end in Nigeria, which kind of runs gnarly in the film community in Africa. There's one hundred ninety million people there. So when you talk about now, they would this is the place the epicenter couple with South Africa. All so that's really driving entertainment in that region. So big is it not always such a huge industry? If follows Bollywood's. The second the second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. So that is something that, you know, Hollywood can really tap into looking for the Knicks grows driver when it when it comes to entertainment, well, and we are in an interesting moment, it feels like in the global entertainment realm movies are global by their very nature, you think about the avengers, you think about Black Panther or speed audience is much different than it was twenty years ago in terms of who's going and candidly, what they expect to see on the screen feels like Nali would is in a good way taking advantage of that are. And, you know, most of this comes down to streaming, you have to really think that this would really drive it in the business here, especially they're the first one was really go into to Africa. Go into Nigeria no pick up some local content and you know, in two thousand fifteen they really got their hands dirty with piece of no nation that featured it just wanted to the major permit, actors out across the US, even in the UK as. Well. A film base of no nation that really got a lot of commentary critically critically acclaimed cross Hollywood. Well, I think about all the streaming services, whether it's a Netflix Amazon, they've got to be kind of salivating a little bit right? Because they are looking for growth opportunities. They're looking at other markets outside the United States. I'm looking at emerging markets and here is and they're all fighting for new content. Right. And here's a whole world of content for them. And what's interesting is your story. You actually start talking about a premiere of something called chief daddy, right? And it got off to a strong start. But tell us about why it had a longer economic life cycle. She died did so in Nigeria when it first debuted in two in late two thousand eighteen it really took over theaters in Nigeria now, granite, Nigeria, does it have the most theaters out there. But now as the industry is moving away from theaters immortal streaming, they had a second life when it came to Netflix. Netflix picked up chief daddy for another run. They, they acquired the world. Rice to chief daddy, and now just taking a leg of his own, so talk about theaters we talked about streaming. One of the reasons streaming has been good as I understand your story is that it's eliminated or, or maybe helped mitigate one of the real problems in this industry in Nigeria specifically, and maybe across the continent, which was piracy. Yes, that really put a dent in the ability to make money off movies was really interesting about Nali would in self is the infrastructure that they really have a problem with they really want back from the government. And when it comes to being able to give them pre-financing dollars when it comes to giving out grants to creators, they really need that, that push that much pats really get their films across the board. And you know as the industry moves away from, I guess, DVD's and more towards streaming. You're seeing less power see and more opportunity when it comes to the internet, because, as I understand it, what would happen is it would be hard for film to get financing because they would. All right. It's gonna open up in theaters. But literally within a day day, the next day, it's going to be DVD's sold on the street. And so nobody's going to go to watch it at home. Yeah. Who was do you want your hard work bootleg? Jason what have you had another another Jason on another network? You don't want that. I imagine. Only one. How many you know the world could use infinite Jason? No, I take your point. It's fair now with the point is right. So if you have a streaming service, who says, hey, we want the worldwide or global distribution rights, right automatically, you get a revenue stream right off the bat. Right. And you kind of mitigate the impact of piracy and it's not like Nali. What is asking for help? They have a handout, they want to. They want to meet, how they would have way because Hollywood also needs to expand Disney needs to expand flus needs to continue expanding. So there's a way for them to have a partnership here for them both to benefit really ramping at the efforts, right? In terms of African production rights African production rise. India production. They're really trying to keep up that international growth drivers via the US and Carol. I have to say I did not know a lot about Nali would the Nigerian, powered film industry, the opportunities that it has there in that country across the continent, and the MVP for some of the big level players. Would second largest producer films in the world who knew just behind Bollywood in India,.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Heard, of course, of Hollywood home of US filmmaking. Then, of course, there's Bollywood India's film community, have you heard of Nali? I confess I hadn't until I read camera leeches story. It is a terrific one in the business section this week. Cameron take us there. What's going on? This is a massive film production, ecosystem, just the first time we first off, I think about Africa, people forget, how vast and how large the continent is there's about one point two billion people in Africa at end in Nigeria, which kind of runs in the film community in Africa. There's one hundred ninety million people there. So when you talk about would this is the place epicenter couple with south after all. So there's really driving entertainment in that region. So is it was such a huge industry. If follows Bollywood. The second the second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. So that is something that, you know, Hollywood can really tap into when they're looking for the Knicks grows driver when it when it comes to entertainment, well, and we are in an interesting moment, it feels like in the global entertainment realm movies are global by their very nature, you think about the avengers, you think about Black Panther or the audience is much different than it was twenty years ago, in terms of who's going and candidly, what they expect to see on the screen feels like Nali would is in a good way taking advantage of that. Are you know most of this comes down to streaming, you have to really think really drive in the business here, especially there? The first one was really go into Africa go into Nigeria and you know, pick up some local content and you know, in two thousand fifteen they really got their hands dirty with beasts of no nation that if you wanted to the major actors out across the US, even in the UK. As well. So you see a film basic, no nation that really got a lot of commentary critically critically acclaimed across Hollywood. Well, I think about all the streaming services, whether it's a Netflix Amazon, they've got to be kind of salivating a little bit right because they are looking for growth opportunities. They're looking at other markets outside the United States. So looking at emerging markets and here is they're all fighting for new content. Right. And here's a whole world of content for them. And what's interesting is your story. You actually start talking about a premiere of something called chief daddy, right? And it got off to a strong start. But tell us about why it had a longer economic life cycle. So you, you do so in Nigeria when I debuted in two thousand eighteen it really took over theaters in Nigeria. Now granted Nigeria, does it have the most data's out there? But now as the industry is moving away from theaters immortal streaming, they had a second life when it came to Netflix. Netflix picked up chief daddy for another run. They acquired the rights to achieve daddy right now is just taking a leg of his own, so tech about theaters. We talked about streaming. One of the reasons streaming has been good as I understand your story is that it's eliminated or, or maybe helped mitigate one of the real problems in this industry in Nigeria specifically, and maybe across the continent, which was piracy. Yes. Really put a dent in the ability to make money off movies was really interesting about Hollywood itself. This the infrastructure. They really have a problem with. They really want back from the government. And when it comes to being able to give them pre-financing dollars when it comes to giving out grants creators. They really need that, that push that pets really get their films across the board. And you know as the industry moves away from, I guess, DVD's and more tour streaming you're seeing less piracy, and more opportunity when it comes to the life of internet, because, as I understand it, what would happen is it would be hard for film. Mm to get financing because they would know all right? It's going to open up in theaters. But literally within a day day, the next day, it's gonna be DVD's sold on the street. And so, nobody's going to go to. Is it going to watch it at home? Who was do you want your hard work bootleg? Jason what have you had another another Jason on another network? You don't want that. I can't even imagine only one. You know, the world could use infinite Jason. No, I take your point. It's fair. But the point is right. So if you have a streaming service says, hey, we want the worldwide or global distribution rights, right automatically, you get a revenue stream right off the bat. Right. And you kind of mitigate the impact of piracy and this, like, gnarly would is asking for help. They have a handout, they want to. They want to meet Hollywood halfway, because Hollywood also needs to expand Disney needs to expand flus needs to continue expanding. So there's a way for them to have a partnership here for them. Both have benefit is really ramping up its efforts, right? In terms of African production rights African production rise in production rise. They're really trying to keep up that international growth drivers via the US and Carol. I have to say I did not know a lot about Nali would the Nigerian, powered film industry, the opportunities that it has there in that country across the continent and the visions for some of the big players. Second largest producer films in the world who knew just behind Bollywood.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It is a terrific one in the business section this week. Cameron take us there. What's going on? This is a massive film production, ecosystem, just the first time when you first off, when you I think about Africa, people forget, how vast how large the continent is there's about one point two billion people in Africa end in Nigeria which kind of runs Nali in the film community in Africa. There's one hundred ninety million people there. So when you talk about would this is the place that epicenter couple with South Africa. So that's really driving entertainment in that region. So is it? It was such a huge industry. It follows Bollywood's second the second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. So that is something that, you know, Hollywood can really tap into when they're looking for the Knicks grows drought, or when it when it comes to entertainment, well, and we are in an interesting moment, it feels like in the global entertainment realm movies are global by their very nature. You think about the avengers, you think about Black Panther or the audience is much different than it was twenty years ago, in terms of who's going and candidly, what they expect to see on the screen feels like Nali would is in a good way taking advantage of that. Are you know most of this comes down so streaming, you have to really think really drive in the business here, especially there. The first one was really go into to Africa gone to Nigeria and, you know, pick up some local content and you know, in two thousand fifteen they really got their hands dirty with beasts of no nation that if wanted to the major. Actors out across the US, even in the UK as well. So you see a film of no nation that really got a lot of commentary critically critically acclaimed cross Hollywood. Well, I think about all the streaming services, whether it's a Netflix Amazon, they've got to be kind of salivating a little bit right because they are looking for growth opportunities. They're looking at other markets outside the United States looking at emerging markets. And here is, and they're all fighting for new content. Right. And here's a whole world of content for them. And what's interesting is your story. You actually start talking about a premiere of something called chief daddy, right? And it got off to a strong start. But tell us about why it had a longer economic life cycle. She so in Nigeria when I debuted in two thousand eighteen it really took over theaters in Nigeria, now granted Nigeria does have the most the is out there. But now as the industry is moving away from theaters immortal streaming, they had a second life row when it came to Netflix. Netflix picked up chief daddy for another run. They they. Acquire the rice to chief daddy. Right. And now it's taken a leg of his own, so talk about theaters we talked about streaming. One of the reasons streaming has been good as I understand your story is that it's eliminated or, or maybe helped mitigate one of the real problems in this industry in Nigeria specifically, and maybe across the continent, which was piracy. Yes. That really put a dent in the ability to make money off movies was really interesting about Nali wooden himself, this the infrastructure that they really have a problem with they really want back from the government. And when it comes to being able to give them pre-financing dollars when it comes to giving out grants to creators, they really need that, that pushed that then launch pets really get their films across the board. And you know as the end she moves away from, I guess, DVD's and more tour streaming you're seeing less piracy, and more opportunity when it comes to the light of internet, because, as I understand it, what would happen is it would be hard for film to get financing. Because they would know all right? It's going to open up in theaters. But literally within a day. The next day it's gonna be DVD's sold on the street. And so nobody's going to go to watch it at home. Who was do you want your hard work bootleg? Jason what have you had another another Jason on another network? You don't want that I can't even. Only one. How the world could use infinite Jason? But no, I take your point. It's fair. But the point is right. So if you have a streaming service, who says, hey, we want the worldwide or global distribution rights, right on you get a revenue stream right off the bat. Right. And you kind of mitigate the impact of piracy and it's not like what is asking for help? They have a handout, they want to. They want to meet, how they would have way because Hollywood also needs to expand Disney needs to expand needs to continue expanding. So there's a way for them to have a partnership here for them both to benefit is really ramping up its efforts, right? In terms of African production rights African production rise. India production rise. They're really trying to keep up that international growth drivers the US and Carol. I have to say I did not know a lot about Nali would the Nigerian, powered film industry, the opportunities that it has there in that country across the continent, and the MVP for some of the big level players. Second largest producer films in the world who knew just behind the Hollywood and.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio today, thin, yes, you've heard, of course, of Hollywood home of US filmmaking. Then, of course, there's Bollywood India's film community, have you heard of Nali? I confess I hadn't until I read camera leeches story. It is a terrific one in the business section this week. Cameron take us there. What's going on? This is a massive film production ecosystem, just to p when you first off, when you first think about Africa, people forget, how vast, and how large the continent is there's about one point two billion people in Africa. And in Nigeria which kind of runs Nali in the film community in Africa. There's one hundred ninety million people there. So when you talk about Nali will, this is the place that epicenter couple with south after all. So that's really driving entertainment in that region. So thank you. Is it was such a huge industry. If follows Bollywood is the second the. Second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. So that is something that, you know, Hollywood can really tap into when they're looking for the Knicks grows driver when it when it comes to entertainment, well, and we are in an interesting moment, it feels like in the global entertainment realm movies are global by their very nature. You think about the avengers, you think about Black Panther or the audience is much different than it was twenty years ago, in terms of who's going and candidly, what they expect to see on the screen feels like Nali would is in a good way taking advantage of that. Are you know most of this comes down to streaming, you have to really think really drive in the business here, especially there? The first one was really go into to Africa go into Nigeria and, you know, pick up some local content and you know, in two thousand fifteen they really got their hands dirty with beasts of no nation that featured it just wanted to the major familiar actors out across the US, even in the UK as well. So you see a film be no nation that really got a lot of commentary critically critically acclaimed across Hollywood. Well, I think about all the streaming services, whether it's a Netflix Amazon, they've gotta be kinda salivating a little bit right because they are looking for growth opportunities. They're looking at other markets outside the United States looking at emerging markets. And here is, and they're all fighting for new content. Right. And here's a whole world of content for them. And what's interesting is your story. You actually start talking about a premiere of something called chief daddy, right? And it got off to a strong start. But tell us about why it had a longer economic life cycle. She you do so well in Nigeria when I debuted in two thousand eighteen it really took over theaters in Nigeria, now, granite, Nigeria doesn't have the most theaters out there. But now as the industry is moving away from theaters immortal streaming, they had a second life Rome. When it came to net flicks, Netflix picked up chief daddy for another run. They. Acquired the rights to achieve daddy, right? And now it's just taking a leg of his own so talk about theaters. We talk about streaming. One of the reasons streaming has been good as I understand your story is that it's eliminated or, or maybe helped mitigate one of the real problems in this industry in Nigeria specifically, and maybe across the continent, which was piracy. Yes. That really put a dent in the ability to make money off movies was really interesting about Nali would in himself is the infrastructure that they really have a problem with. They really want back from the government. And when it comes to being able to give them pre-financing dollars when it comes to giving out grants creators. They really need that, that push that, that launch launchpads really get their films across the board. And you know as the end she moves away from, I guess, DVD's and more tour streaming you're seeing less piracy, and more opportunity when it comes to the life of internet, because, as I understand it, what would happen is it would be hard for film to get financing. Because they would know all right? It's going to open up in theaters. But literally within a day day, the next day, it's gonna be DVD's sold on the street. And so nobody's going go to is it going to watch? At home. Who was do you want your hard work bootleg like that? Jason what have you had another another Jason on another network? You don't want that. I can't even. Only one. How many you know the world could use infant Jason? No, I take your point. It's fair. But the point is right. So if you have a streaming service, who says, hey, we want the worldwide or global distribution rights, right automatically, you get a revenue stream right off the bat. Right. And you kind of mitigate the impact of piracy and it's not like Nali would is asking for help. They have a handout, they want to. They want to meet, how would have way because Hollywood also needs to expand Disney needs to expand flus needs to continue expanding. So there's a way for them to have a partnership here for them. Both to benefit is really ramping up its efforts, right? In terms of African production rights African production rise in production rise. They're really trying to keep up that international growth drivers via the US and Carol. I have to say I did not know a lot about Nali would the Nigerian, powered film industry, the opportunities that it has there in that country across the continent and the visions for some of the big players. I would second largest producer films in the world who knew just behind Hollywood in India. Big.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. Jason yes, you've heard, of course, of Hollywood home of US filmmaking. Then, of course, there's Bollywood India's film community. Have you heard of not only would I confess? I hadn't until I read camera leeches story. It is a terrific one in the business section this week. Cameron take us there. What's going on? This is a massive film production. Ecosystem, just the first time we first off, when you I think about Africa, people forget, how vast, and how large the continent is there's about one point two billion people in Africa. And in Nigeria which kind of runs Nali in the film community in Africa. There's one hundred ninety million people there. So when you talk about Noddy would this is the place that epicenter couple with South Africa all, so that's really driving entertainment in that region. So is it? It was such a huge industry. If follows Bollywood is the second the second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. So that is something that, you know, how we can really tap into when they're looking for the Knicks grows driver when it when it comes to entertainment, well, and we are in an interesting moment, it feels like in the global entertainment realm movies are global by their very nature. You think about the avengers, you think about Black Panther or the audience is much different than it was twenty years ago, in terms of who's going and candidly, what they expect to see on the screen feels like Nali would is in a good way taking advantage of that. Are you know most of this comes down to streaming, you have to really think really drive in the business here, especially there? The first one was really go into to Africa go into Nigeria and, you know, pick up some local content and you know, in two thousand fifteen they really got their hands dirty with beasts of no nation that featured wanted to the major. Actors out across the US, even in the UK as well. And so you see the film base of no nation that really go of commentary critically critically acclaimed across Hollywood. Well, I think about all the streaming services, whether it's a Netflix Amazon, they've got to be kind of salivating a little bit right because they are looking for growth opportunities. They're looking at other markets outside the United States and looking at emerging markets. And here is, and they're all fighting for new content. Right. And here's a whole world of content for them. And what's interesting is your story. You actually start talking about a premiere of something called chief daddy, right? And it got off to a strong start. But tell us about why it had a longer economic life cycle. She is. So in Nigeria when I debuted in two in late two thousand eighteen it really took over the ater is in Nigeria, now granted Nigeria doesn't have the most at the end is out there. But now as the industry is moving away from theaters immortal streaming, they had a second life when it came to net flicks. Neff exp- picked up chief daddy for another run. They, they acquired the rights to chief daddy, and now he's taking a leg of his own so talk about theaters we talked about streaming. One of the reasons streaming has been good as I understand your story is that it's limited, or, or maybe helped mitigate one of the real problems in this industry in Nigeria specifically, and maybe across the continent, which was piracy. Yes. That really put a dent in the ability to make money off movies was really interesting about Nali would in this the infrastructure that they really have a problem with they really want back from the government. And when it comes to being able to give them pre-financing dollars when it comes to giving out grants to creators, they really need that, that, pushed that, that much pats really get their films across the board. And you know as the industry.

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"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:27 min | 3 years ago

"chief daddy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"BusinessWeek with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio today, thin, yes, you've heard, of course, of Hollywood home of US filmmaking. Then, of course, there's Bollywood India's film community. Have you heard of Nali would I confess I hadn't until I read Cameron leeches story. It is a terrific one in the business section this week. Cameron take us there. What's going on? This is a massive film production ecosystem, just a first time when you first off, I think about Africa, people forget, how vast and how large the continent is there's about one point two billion people in Africa end in Nigeria which kind of runs, Nali would, and the film community in Africa. There's one hundred ninety million people there. So when you talk about Nali would this is the place, the epicenter couple of South Africa. All so that's really driving entertainment in that region. So is it was such a huge industry. If follows Bollywood's. The second the second largest industry when it comes to producing films as far as output. So that is something that, you know, Hollywood can really tap into when they're looking for the Knicks grows driver when it when it comes to entertainment, well, and we are in an interesting moment, it feels like in the global entertainment realm movies are global by their very nature, you'd think about the avengers, you think about Black Panther or the audience is much different than it was twenty years ago, in terms of who's going and candidly, what they expect to see on the screen feels like Nali would is in a good way taking advantage of that. Are you know most of this comes down to streaming, you have to really think necklace really drive in the business here, especially there? The first one was really go into to Africa. Go into Nigeria NO pick-up some local content and you know, in two thousand fifteen they really got their hands dirty with beasts of no nation that if he wanted to the major familiar, actors out across the US, even in the UK as. Whoa. So you see the film, like beasts of no nation that really got a lot of commentary critically critically acclaimed across Hollywood. Well, I think about all the streaming services, whether it's a Netflix Amazon, they've got to be kind of salivating a little bit right because they are looking for growth opportunities. They're looking at other markets outside the United States and looking at emerging markets. And here is, and they're all fighting for new content. Right. And here's a whole world of content for them. And what's interesting is your story. You actually start talking about a premiere of something called chief daddy, right? And it got off to a strong start. But tell us about why it had a longer economic life cycle. She died. He did so well in Nigeria when I debuted in two in late two thousand eighteen it really took over theaters. In Nigeria now, granite, Nigeria, does it have the most at the is out there. But now as the industry is moving away from theaters immoral streaming, they had a second life when it came to Netflix. Netflix picked up chief daddy for another ride. They, they acquired the. Whoa. Rice to chief daddy right now just taking a leg of his own, so talk about theaters we talked about streaming. One of the reasons streaming has been good as I understand your story is that it's eliminated or, or maybe helped mitigate one of the real problems in this industry in Nigeria specifically, and maybe across the continent, which was piracy. Yes. That really put a dent in the ability to make money off movies was really interesting about Nali would in and self this the infrastructure that they really have a problem with they really want back from the government. And when it comes to being able to give them pre-financing dollars when it comes to giving out, grants, creators, they really need that, that pushed that much pats really get their films across the board. And you know, as the she moves away from I guess, DVD's, more Torah streaming. You're seeing less power see and more opportunity when it comes to the life of internet, because, as I understand it, what would happen is it would be hard for film to get financing because. They would know. All right. It's going to open up in theaters. But literally within a day day, the next day, it's going to be DVD's sold on the street. And so nobody's gonna watch at home. Yeah. Who was do you want your hard work? Bootleg. Jason what have you had another another Jason on another network? You don't want that. I can't imagine. Only one. How many the world could use infinite Jason? No, I take your point. It's fair. But the point is rates. If you have a streaming service, he says, hey, we want the worldwide or global distribution rights, right automatically, you get a revenue stream right off the bat. Right. And you kind of mitigate the impact of piracy and it's not like Nali would is asking for help. They have a handout, they want to. They want to meet Hollywood halfway, because Hollywood also needs to expand Disney needs to expand next needs to continue expanding. So there's a way for them to have a partnership here for them both to benefit Netflix. Really ramping up its efforts, right? In terms of African production rights African production rise. India production rise. They're really trying to keep up that international growth drivers via the US and Carol. I have to say I did not know a lot about Nali would the Nigerian, powered film industry, the opportunities that it has there in that country across the continent. And the am visions for some of the global players. Nali would second largest producer films in the world who knew just behind Hollywood in India, big.

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