18 Burst results for "Chris Hall"

"chris hall" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

The Screenster Podcast

02:37 min | 10 months ago

"chris hall" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast

"Because that is the reason that i then had arguably one of my biggest jobs where James donald on tv. I worked for the go on that tiny little kind of easter holidays toll. She ben six years. Later is one of j. mcdonald's backup singers and me getting into that job was just to face a message from her being like. Hey babe and will continue karak fudgy fancy doing it. So it's interesting to think how the jobs you do in the people you meet how that will come back around may not could have never predicted the you know. The opportunities had with higher j. madonna and all that kind of stuff. So that was that so thing. I asked that such a good point like i act as people in the entertainment industry dances. Sometimes do these jobs that you think you're like i'm not sure i've taken this or it's a bit smaller job than something i had in mind. And then you don't know where that's gonna lead to in your case. Also i love how you've naturally segue into my next of jane mcdonald so you have choreographed on the show for jane mcdonald. That's on television. So can you tell me. Also about the world of choreographing career. Then how do you say. Korea choreography of choreographing a hand. And what it's like working for tv as opposed to live and not live but on the stage. So i've always choreographing I've done it since. I was tiny and raised school That would be a natural progression in something. i'd want to go into it kind of came out of nowhere. I kind of feel all old. I'll when i'm old adopted when i'm older But it kind of came the About in twenty seventeen. I just getting more opportunities. More people asking me to choreograph and it was again kind of resisted. I was Old enough yet which is stupid. But then i kind of lent into Look this is what people want to pay me to do or you want me to do. Then let's go for it on good it and i really really enjoy it. So that was a really nice transition not been able to kind of tread both lines. You know go into additions. Men done jobs that they wanted to meet to johnson..

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"chris hall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett things are very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get to your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though but so K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat Bob the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of up of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book in go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Ian Punnett thank you very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not to mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's hope K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat Bob it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book and go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundits on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not to mark the cliche against is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though but so K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplified get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak in it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book in go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though but so K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplified get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book and go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundits on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's open case state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book can go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett how often do you say I slept horrible last night or it took me forever to fall asleep or I couldn't get back.

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"chris hall" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundits on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get to your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's open case state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplified get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book and go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Ian Punnett it's a very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark Nicolas our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though but so K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book can go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"chris hall" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's open case state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplified get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the art of the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book in go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea of answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's hope K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to death and galant tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully it doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book in go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundits on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not to mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's hope K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even with that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book can go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"chris hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett it's a very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundits on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not to mark the cliche against is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get to your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though but so K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the all the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat Bob it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book can go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"chris hall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundits on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not to mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour we'll get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though but so K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak in the just even with that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book can go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is the end product.

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"chris hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote the city he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that school I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not to mark the cliche against is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get to your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though but so K. state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know of every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat Bob it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry will be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book can go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up for the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundit on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's open case state university where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it and get it unlocked I it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even the being able to curtail it early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep your cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story it reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book in go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know you know the whole idea answer prevention for a pound of cure the great influence is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up in the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett.

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"chris hall" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"This is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett thanks very interesting comments on in my Twitter feed at Deakin pundits on Twitter Chris hall wrote they say he took a course identical to the this kind of content he's discussing many years ago I think I think that's cool I know that some people did you'll have a content analysis course like this but this this idea of statement specific that that is something which I'm I'm enjoying it I I hope that he's not mark McLish our guest is not too badly affected by the corona virus for the number of different seminars he has coming up I know it's affecting everybody I know it's going to be topic a when we get to the open lines coming up next hour get to your calls here for mark McLish so just hang on to any of your thoughts about the corona virus or anything until until next hour there that would be great I want to I don't want to mix up the two I will say this though let's open case State University where I teach closed along with gosh well I mean I don't know if every single college in America is closed after spring break but we are we moving everything online and the the kind of things that were able to do easily online are hard to do right away so that's the big pivot everybody's trying to take what would have been complicated course material and simplify it get online it's it's really tricky but it's better than the are the alternative and I think and I was just telling this to dandelion tea is there are colleges all over the United States universities too for that matter smaller ones whose future may depend on how well we handle the corona virus outbreak and it just even that being able to curtail it the early enough for people this kind of calm down a little bit if we can keep the number of deaths down if we can do the right things that the outbreak doesn't keep you know cycling back up again there are so many small colleges across the country that are already facing an existential threat the it's already become kind of a game of haves and have nots for colleges and universities summer growing and some are you know shrinking to the point of extinction and I'm just putting this on the on the table maybe for a conversation later on this time next year you could be looking at a spate of of very well known small liberal arts colleges and smaller universities they're going to go under hopefully doesn't happen but we'll be keeping an eye on the story and reminds me coming up tomorrow night in the first hour the great influenza the story of the deadliest pandemic in history John berry we'll be on talking with us in the first hour if you're if you think we're over reacting you you you would read the first chapter of this book can go okay maybe maybe it's good maybe maybe we're better off doing that you know up you know the whole idea outs of prevention for a pound of cure the great influenza is a great example of how not to do it we'll get to that coming up in the first hour tomorrow night the first your calls for mark McLish next on coast to coast AM this is Ian Punnett sheeting working living pain free these are a few of the things many of us take for granted yet for many United States military veterans finding and affording oral health care is a challenge dental lifeline network is looking for dentists who can change this we volunteer to help people like Richard a U. S. naval veteran who suffered severe PTSD after his service he was left homeless for a period of time in his oral.

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Xumo, for cord cutters who love regular TV

Talking Tech

05:41 min | 3 years ago

Xumo, for cord cutters who love regular TV

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website. All from one powerful platform. Go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners everyone. If you happen to have an injury, TV you got a new app just over the weekend. It's called Zumo TV. They're also on fire TV and LG TV's and busy. Oh, TV's. And I'm here with Chris hall who runs the product department at, at the LA outpost resume. Oh, and tell everybody about what you're doing. Here is kind of interesting. It's very legacy television. But in a new way, that's right. Yeah. So we have one hundred sixty different channels that we bring to users across many of the devices just referenced really excited to be live now on Android TV on fire recently, we've recently redone are Roku experience and for our extensions on smart. TV's. Where we're built, you know, even more natively into the device. It's a great experience to, to really sit back use the remote control of the device that you have on your wall, or on your on your furniture and really be able to lean back and enjoy a tremendously rich content experience. It's completely free to use completely free. It's not like Netflix. It's not like any of the other subscription services, and you see a niche out there for people who are just tired of paying their subscriptions. Yeah, it's, it's a great product for cord cutters. But it's also a complimentary one in some ways for users that actually still pay for cable, some of our metrics that we've seen have some overlap with folks that use Zuma and as an ancillary, add onto to their cable subscription. So with a with the amount of channels that we have as emission one hundred sixty there's really something for everyone something that is available. Whether you're a sports fan a news die hard. Comedy efficient aficionado. We really cover the gamut with with name brands that you'll recognize like PGA tour, NBC news. Fox Sports cheddar news, funnier Di really runs the gamut. So as as you are seeking out, completely free content experience. It's, it's something that were we're really happy to be providing through all the different devices that we distribute on and for cord cutters, they'll get their, their digital channels, which are the broadcast networks, foreign language, some news, and some PBS, and then you bring one hundred and sixty channels to the to the party. Yeah. And that's where I think it's, it's really exciting. Interesting we on, you know, on some of these devices, we really blend the over the air with the digital. So I p delivered content, and that at that point in time really feels like it's exactly the same as what you might get off of your tuner. So all of a sudden you've just now. Feel like you have a device, that again, can either supplement or replace in some ways the TV that you've either storage paid for or that you might seek out elsewhere a lot of your channels are repackage you to clips, and that's not a negative. That's something that's very popular. But do you find that it's a different experience watching them on TV? I do. I think because the programming is done for you on YouTube. They may find a playlist. They may find something that they that they want to really lean in and find in stream and in our world, we actually find that users are I really like food fifty two. I'm just gonna put it on. And I'm just gonna trust that. I'm gonna be watching something that's really interesting. And that's I think that's really captured part of the magic of what we're trying to do is bring back that old feeling of TV trusting brand, or trusting channel, assuming that you're going to, like, what you're going to want to watch, and we're doing it in a more data driven slightly more personalized and recommended for you type of way. Let's tell everybody where they can see it Roku. New fire TV Android TV. LG. TV's. Physio TV's. What have I missed? Yeah. Hi. Sense, Android IOS apps at Zumo dot TV online, you know, and, you know, many other places in the smart TV landscape Samsung, as well Phillips sharp Magnavox, so we're excited, and that's ex- you. Oh, this hall from Zumo. Thanks for checking in with us. I'm Jefferson Graham, and you can find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. Please expect talking tech wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick. It from the world attack. 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"chris hall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"chris hall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ruling confirms what many in sonoma's county already believe that when flames went racing through Santa Rosa and other communities in two thousand seventeen sparked by down power lines. Now Ajayi tentatively finding that the single most recurring of the fires has been trees or limbs falling onto Pacific Gas and electric lines during wind events. Mike Danko is representing fire victims who were suing PG any. He says the judges message is not going to have another fire on my watch like stone. ABC news utility CEO recently stepped down the company indicating it could file for bankruptcy soon. In Connecticut, Catholic, Google as a Catholic school for girls. Fires to basketball coaches for making what the school calls unacceptable. Comments head of school at laurel townhall in Milford says the head coach and his assistant both men were let go after an investigation. He adds the comments were quote inconsistent with our mission and our culture specifics on the nature of those comments. But the ex head coach says he's very upset, and which has nothing, but the best for the school coaches calling that situation unfortunate twelve forty seven on. Boston's NewsRadio Braintree. A man with autism is taking the time to pay it forward. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports he's refurbishing old computers and donating them to kids. Someone donated a fixed up old computer to Chris hall when he was five years old. Chris never forgot that kind act. He since launched the computers for the autistic foundation. And does the same thing repairing donated, laptops, and delivering them to autistic children. If you happen to see a three wheeled bicycle car in Braintree. That's probably Chris making a delivery. We are an eco-friendly company. We use Avella mobile by car. We drive all over the south shore from Boston all the way to Carver says he gets as much out of giving the free computers as the kids do and receiving them. It keeps me busy ideal would.

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