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AP News Radio
Verlander Ks 11 to lead Astros over Yankees 4-2 in ALCS
"Justin Verlander allowed one run over 6 innings as the Astros took game one of the ALCS beating the Yankees 42 Verlander struck out 11 and he retired the last 11 men that he faced Getting out on a good note and winning that first one is you kind of keep the momentum going after we also had a few days off It's nice to get back in the flow of the game and win one Jasmine Corbett Julie gorell and Jeremy Pena hit home runs for the Astros and Pena collected three hits Harrison Bader and Anthony Rizzo went deep for the Yankees Adam spole in Houston
Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"corbett " Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Get the breakdowns. I didn't know who was out there. I would later learn Woody Harrelson lobbied hard for the role. We went all went back to New York that spring, and his assistant in New York, my age at late great agent Michael kingman passed away from aids. His assistant said, they didn't like Corbett, and he goes, oh, I didn't submit them for that. He goes, why should I have you ever seen him play baseball? Because I played soft, but one softball game with this guy in a sort of torched it. And I remember making a catch in that softball game that just had people going. Wow. I could fly. I was fast as hell, and I could fly, I just ran down a ball that was like, what? And so he said, submit them. So he submitted me Mindy Marin the casting director bob young Eddie almost flew from LA to sea actors. And there were big actors and instead of they had asked every seen everybody in LA. And they would ask actors, can you play baseball? Can I play baseball? Can you ride a horse? Can you fly fish? Are you an astronaut? So they would read people would read. They read well, and then they'd go out and throw and go like, yeah, you. Okay, which one's the baseball again? Yeah. So in New York, instead of reading everybody first, they took us to Central Park to throw. Luckily, luckily that spring, my parents lived in Connecticut, I was working at a restaurant in New York, but I had a lot of days off and stuff and it's New York in the summer. What do you want to do? Get out. So I get on my brother work down the railroad. I rode the railroad for free. So I go up to Connecticut, my parents had a beautiful pool. It was near the water, but it's great. The neighbor who lived across the street from Lizzie just died a couple of years ago from all the time. It's really good guy. He was younger than my folks. Would get out after dinner, you know, a couple days a week when I'd be home. And it was a springtime. I'd give him a catcher's Mitt, and would go out to the street and I was like, wow, I wish I'd thrown like this in high school. You know, I had grown and grew into my body. I was 29. And I was throwing gas while I showed up in Central Park. I remember an actor of note was in front of me in line. They all had their gloves and whatever.
Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"corbett " Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"I'll never meet anybody like Charles turning it was a profound profound experience. I absolutely fell in love with the guy. And the watch him watch all these guys apply their craft was a lesson that an actor would pay handsomely. And I got to sit there every day and read this stuff. And not a lick of pretension amongst any of those guys. They traded me. In fact, when Ed Asner died this past, sometime this year, I believe, right? Yeah, I was recently recently. Yeah, I posted on social media that we were, I don't know, half hour, hours going around the world on the BBC. I was petrified. I was petrified. We did it at Warner Brothers and the sound stage in front of about 5000 people. It's going out around the world, John gill good was being the voice of the narrator, like the voice of God, he was in London. He didn't come here for it. He was older, but John gill good. I mean, I'm like, and I'm nervous as can be, it's a British director. I'm at the urinal at Warner Brothers. And the British director came in. He's at another urinal, asner comes in. Everybody's doing their business and the British director says, hey, Jeff, you're doing very well. They're very well Jeffrey. You're accents not quite right, but you're getting there. We're like an hour away from going live around the world. We've been rehearsing for over a week. And asner says, hey, Corbett. Where's your mother from? Wolf county, Kentucky. Yeah. Where are you from? London. Yeah. You're gonna tell him about you're doing just fine. Don't listen to him. He sits up his pants and leaves me standing with the director still, yeah. And I still actually heard that show not too long ago. It popped up and NPR or some kind of something. And I'm like, oh, that's a young man. Kevin Spacey said to me, I'll never get the Jesus Christ. What the hell are you doing up there? Look at this cast. What are you doing up there? And I said, looking good. 70. But journeying was and I remember turning to Warner Brothers. It was, I think we did two performances and in between performances. He was telling me about D-Day. And not with a, again, not with one thing of my bravery, or it wasn't T day, I'm sorry, it was the Battle of the Bulge. Sorry, there's a jet going into Santa Monica. And I just, I mean, listening to Charles turning to describe this, it's like, oh my and he had such I remember him telling he said he had to kill a guy in a foxhole, a German kid
Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"corbett " Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"So do I have this right you're a big Yankee fan? I'm a die hard Yankee fan and I take it your red flags fan? I am a Red Sox fan, but you know Jeff, we started off the interview by I haven't seen a Red Sox game outside of the playoffs. I watch all of those. Not because I'm not a solid fan, but nestin is the company that carries the Red Sox games. They want $30 a month. Right. You know, I don't get the yes network. So I only watch Yankee games that are nationally televised. I have the same thing. I haven't seen a Dodgers game, and since playoffs, because it's the same thing only. It's insanely expensive, and I'm like, I'm not a Dodger fan. Why would I ever so it's like, you want to build up a fan base for young people, but baseball's, they shoot themselves in the foot all the time. Yeah, the Red Sox have a bit of a greedy ownership in that regard. So, you know, you mentioned the Dodgers. I don't want to say their bandwagon fans, but they're bandwagon. They're fair-weather. I hate them. I live in Los Angeles for 33 years. I fucking loathe the Dodgers. And when people say, but why? Why? Why do you hate the Dodgers? They're fans. They left Brooklyn, but I don't blame them for that so much, but I had a lady in a coffee shop years ago. And I literally baseball is the only sport. And I really pay attention to. But I was in line and she said something for coffee and she said something about the Lakers. I said, well, I don't like the Lakers. You would have thought I said, I drowned kittens, and I support the Holocaust. And she said, you don't like the Lakers? They said no. But I thought everybody like the Lakers. I said, well, you know, there's other cities in America and some of those cities have teams. I happen to be from a city closer than Los Angeles where I'm from. And they have a team, the Knicks, and so if I read it for a team, it would be the next. Completely unfathomable. She thought everybody in America loved the Lakers because we love the Lakers. Everybody loves the Lakers. Yeah, I kind of feel like that about Golden State, Jeff. Their fan base was in Miami Heat have a bit of a bandwagon fit, but we could have a conversation.
AP News Radio
McCutchen has 19th multihomer game in 5-3 win over Dodgers
"The brewers were able to gain a split in the series holding the Dodgers explosive bats to 13 runs in the four games a 5 to three brewers win in the finale Andrew mccutcheon delivered two home runs to JumpStart the brewers offense I was able to put two good swings on two pitches that I could do something with So you know it doesn't happen all the time so it's good to be able to have a game like that Starting pitcher Corbett burns pitched 5 shutout innings Dodgers began to get to him in the 6th when they scored the three runs but the brewers bullpen shut the Dodgers down the rest of the game closer Devin Williams struck out the side in the 9th for the save Check Freeman Milwaukee
The Doug Collins Podcast
Former Georgia Governor Zell Miller Took Leadership to the Next Level
"As we've talked about leadership on this podcast before and it's being who you are and it's taking that ownership. Zell Miller took that to a different extreme. He took ownership of what he did. He was forceful and had a work ethic that was unmatched many times in politics to get things done. And zell Miller at the end of the day will be remembered here in Georgia for the hope scholarship, which is gave well over a $1 billion to allow students to go to college. He's will be remembered for the pre-K program at universal pre-K program. There was one of the first of its kind back in the 1990s. Again, this money from the lottery. He was a man who brought the lottery to Georgia, which most people never thought would happen, said it would go for education, made it true, and it is still working today. So why would zell Miller a Democrat who had success as a Democrat, governor, two term governor in Georgia, had a success as a United States senator appointed by the next governor Roy Barnes to fill the seat of Paul coverdale. Why would he stand at this 2004 convention and go against his own party? Go against some of the things. And it's comes down to basically his upbringing for lack of a better term. And also his experience in the United States Marine Corps. Zell Miller was a marine till he died. And Marine Corps made the lasting impression upon him that he wrote down in a little book called core values. Corbett is everything you need to know. I learned in the marines. And I was going back through my bookshelf the other day and I was reading through this and I was looking at political courage and I was seeing Joe Biden and the Biden administration seemingly blaming everybody else in the world for all of their problems and everything going on. That this book just stuck
AP News Radio
Biden co-hosting 2nd COVID summit as world's resolve falters
"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden will will will will appeal appeal appeal appeal for for for for renewed renewed renewed renewed international international international international commitment commitment commitment commitment to to to to attacking attacking attacking attacking the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus as as as as he he he he convenes convenes convenes convenes the the the the second second second second global global global global Corbett Corbett Corbett Corbett nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen summit summit summit summit eight eight eight eight months months months months after after after after the the the the president president president president used used used used the the the the first first first first summit summit summit summit to to to to announce announce announce announce an an an an ambitious ambitious ambitious ambitious pledge pledge pledge pledge to to to to donate donate donate donate one one one one point point point point two two two two billion billion billion billion vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine doses doses doses doses to to to to the the the the world world world world the the the the urgency urgency urgency urgency of of of of the the the the US US US US and and and and other other other other nations nations nations nations to to to to respond respond respond respond has has has has waned waned waned waned although although although although more more more more infections infections infections infections variants variants variants variants are are are are rising rising rising rising in in in in billions billions billions billions throughout throughout throughout throughout the the the the world world world world remained remained remained remained unprotected unprotected unprotected unprotected the the the the momentum momentum momentum momentum for for for for vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations and and and and treatments treatments treatments treatments has has has has faded faded faded faded the the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says Biden Biden Biden Biden will will will will address address address address the the the the opening opening opening opening of of of of the the the the virtual virtual virtual virtual summit summit summit summit with with with with pre pre pre pre recorded recorded recorded recorded comments comments comments comments and and and and will will will will make make make make the the the the case case case case that that that that addressing addressing addressing addressing Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen must must must must remain remain remain remain an an an an international international international international priority priority priority priority my my my my camp camp camp camp in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington
AP News Radio
CDC probing 109 liver illnesses in kids, including 5 deaths
"Health health health health officials officials officials officials are are are are looking looking looking looking into into into into a a a a mysterious mysterious mysterious mysterious and and and and severe severe severe severe liver liver liver liver disease disease disease disease that's that's that's that's hitting hitting hitting hitting children children children children an an an an outbreak outbreak outbreak outbreak of of of of sudden sudden sudden sudden liver liver liver liver disease disease disease disease among among among among children children children children sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen and and and and under under under under is is is is puzzling puzzling puzzling puzzling health health health health authorities authorities authorities authorities in in in in several several several several countries countries countries countries the the the the centers centers centers centers for for for for disease disease disease disease control control control control and and and and prevention prevention prevention prevention is is is is looking looking looking looking at at at at over over over over one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred cases cases cases cases around around around around the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. since since since since October October October October including including including including five five five five deaths deaths deaths deaths about about about about two two two two dozen dozen dozen dozen states states states states reported reported reported reported suspected suspected suspected suspected cases cases cases cases after after after after the the the the CDC CDC CDC CDC asked asked asked asked doctors doctors doctors doctors to to to to be be be be on on on on the the the the look look look look out out out out several several several several children children children children needed needed needed needed liver liver liver liver transplants transplants transplants transplants doctors doctors doctors doctors are are are are calling calling calling calling it it it it hepatitis hepatitis hepatitis hepatitis of of of of unknown unknown unknown unknown origin origin origin origin although although although although hepatitis hepatitis hepatitis hepatitis viruses viruses viruses viruses have have have have not not not not been been been been found found found found in in in in the the the the affected affected affected affected children children children children about about about about half half half half tested tested tested tested positive positive positive positive for for for for a a a a Dino Dino Dino Dino virus virus virus virus a a a a pathogen pathogen pathogen pathogen associated associated associated associated with with with with colts colts colts colts pink pink pink pink eye eye eye eye and and and and digestive digestive digestive digestive problems problems problems problems but but but but doctors doctors doctors doctors don't don't don't don't know know know know if if if if that's that's that's that's the the the the cause cause cause cause or or or or if if if if it's it's it's it's somehow somehow somehow somehow contributing contributing contributing contributing to to to to the the the the outbreak outbreak outbreak outbreak the the the the CDC's CDC's CDC's CDC's Dr Dr Dr Dr Jay Jay Jay Jay Butler Butler Butler Butler notes notes notes notes that that that that none none none none of of of of the the the the children children children children in in in in the the the the first first first first cluster cluster cluster cluster identified identified identified identified in in in in Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama have have have have been been been been vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated for for for for Corbett Corbett Corbett Corbett nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
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Biden COVID coordinators leaving in April, Jha to take over
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden's covert coordinators are leaving in April president Joe Biden's White House Corbett nineteen team is getting a shake up the White House announced Thursday Biden's covert nineteen coordinator Jeff signs and his deputy Natalie Quinlan are leaving the administration next month stepping in to head the new White House Corbett nineteen team will be doctor she should shock the dean of the Brown University school of public health the change comes as the White House moves to transition the nation from confronting covert nineteen to living with a less severe virus that is likely to remain endemic to that end health and Human Services secretary hobby Erebus era told the AP Thursday we have reached a pivot point how well we did it is on us Mike Crossey out Washington
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Pfizer confirms COVID pill's results, potency versus omicron
"Visor visor says says their their pill pill to to treat treat coded coded nineteen nineteen is is effective effective against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant U. U. S. S. regulators regulators are are expected expected to to decide decide soon soon whether whether to to authorize authorize visors visors experimental experimental medication medication and and a a competing competing bill bill for for Merck Merck designed designed to to reduce reduce deaths deaths and and hospitalizations hospitalizations among among people people infected infected with with the the corona corona virus virus today today Pfizer Pfizer announced announced that that lab lab tests tests suggest suggest the the drug drug retains retains its its potency potency against against the the rapidly rapidly spreading spreading on on the the crime crime variant variant and and then then it's it's twenty twenty two two hundred hundred and and fifty fifty person person study study confirms confirms the the pills pills promising promising early early results results reducing reducing Corbett Corbett nineteen nineteen hospitalizations hospitalizations and and deaths deaths by by about about eighty eighty nine nine percent percent among among high high risk risk adults adults when when taken taken shortly shortly after after initial initial symptoms symptoms if if authorized authorized the the drugs drugs revise revise remark remark would would be be the the first first pills pills that that Americans Americans could could take take at at home home to to treat treat cove cove in in nineteen nineteen Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington
"corbett " Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"The martech podcast is a proud member of the HubSpot podcast network to find great business podcasts like this one, visit HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. From advertising to software as a service, to data. Across all of our programs and clients, we've seen a 55 to 65% open rate, getting brands authentically integrated into content, performs better than TV advertising. Typical lifespan of an article is about 24 to 36 hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the martech podcast, a Ben Jeff LLC production. In this podcast, you'll hear the stories of world class marketers that use technology to drive business results and achieve career success. Will unearth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space, so you can learn the tools tips and tricks, they've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the martech podcast, Benjamin Shapiro. Welcome back to the martech podcast. Today we're going to continue our discussion about how to use technology to up your content marketing game. But before we get to today's interview, we're going to kick off the show with a marketing minute, where we invite a friend of the martech podcast to help us answer a listener question in 60 seconds or less. Here for today's marketing minute is will Barron, who's the managing director of salesman dot org and the host of the salesman podcast, which is the world's most downloaded B2B sales podcast and a fellow member of the HubSpot podcast network in his podcast will help sales professionals learn how to find buyers and win business in a modern effective and ethical way. And will has been kind enough to answer a question from Katie rose, who is the director of sales enablement at spark post, which is one of the world's biggest email senders. Katie asked, what is the best way to scale and enablement program for B2B SaaS companies with limited resources? Okay, here's will's answer. Hey Kati and thanks for the question. There are three things to consider when scaling a sales enablement program. Your influence, the software that you're using and your internal insights. So let me explain. Your influence, because sometimes, in the corporate world, rightly or wrongly, return on investment, case studies and data is just not enough to break through the status quo and to get things moving. And so I would focus just as hard on adding value and building relationships with your internal stakeholders as I would on the sales enablement itself. Next software tools. Now, they're all pretty similar. It's the resources within the software that's going to impact the numbers simpler sales movement software that gets used is way way better than complex software that no one bothers with. And finally, your internal insights. If you've got sales reps exceeding the sales quota right now, they should be defining what your sales enablement looks like. Don't give your sales team what you think that they need, give your top reps whatever they want and give everyone else, what they require to become atop sales rep. Thanks, well, if you're interested in hearing more from will barren on the salesman podcast or any of the other great hosts in the HubSpot podcast network, you can go to HubSpot dot com slash podcast network. All right, on with the show, here's today's interview. Joining us again is Corbett drummy, who is the cofounder and CEO of popular pays, which is a creative collaboration software that makes it easy for brands to work with content creators and influencers at scale. Supporting a community of 60,000 individuals and a robust search engine and a suite of relationship management tools, popular pays uses data to report the work of creators and influencers to maximize efficiency, reduce cost and seamlessly execute your influencer and content production strategies. And yesterday, Corbett and I talked through why content is like oxygen for brands. And today we're going to continue the discussion by talking about how you can upgrade your content production strategy using SaaS. But before we hear from today's guest, I'd like to take a moment to thank blue shift for sponsoring this interview. We all know that marketing and the technology that supports it is rapidly evolving. Last year it was GDPR, this year its third party cookies, and who knows how the landscape is going to change next year. The fact is, traditional marketing platforms are struggling to keep pace with the needs of today's marketers because they're built to focus on channel execution and not a 360° view of customer behaviors. And that's why you need blue shifts, smart hubs, CDP. You see blue shift both improves customer engagement and drives meaningful results by unifying your customers data so you can deliver relevant and personalized omnichannel experiences to the prospects and customers that matter the most. So if you're ready to drive better customer engagement and increase loyalty, our friends at blue shift have created a guide to successful CDP RFPs that will help you make the right decision for your business. To download blue shifts, CDP RFP guide go to blue shift dot com slash Marta that's SHI FT dot com slash martech. Blue shift, omnichannel marketing for data driven marketers. Okay, here is the rest of my conversation with Corbett drummy cofounder and CEO of popular pays. Corbett, welcome back to the martech podcast. Thanks for having me. Excited to have you back on the show yesterday we talked about why content is so important for brands. How consumers are tuning out advertising their inundated with media and if you can't find a way to reach them in a way that feels native and organic, then you're going to struggle. You're not going to get lead acquisition, customer acquisition, you're not going to be able to convert that into revenue. So we got to make more content, which is not just blog posts, but we're talking photos, videos, social media, all sorts of different stuff. Talking to me about the ways that brands that are interested in improving their content can actually produce more relevant high quality content. I think the core of that answer comes from how the landscape is shifted, where as we talked about yesterday, ten years ago, brand letters needed a couple of commercials a year, maybe some content search site that they redo every couple of years. But fast forward to today and they need 4000 pieces of content here. So the agency model that has been dominant for the last century is now struggling to adapt to the needs of this decade. So what we see looking around is, instead of going from a process of what we call waterfall content creation, where when I was working on ad agency, we'd have a brief we'd get approval and we'd go down through all these steps of drafting things, getting approval and sign off, maybe doing a focus group and then finally at the other end you have a Super Bowl commercial that might tank. Now this is the age of the Wendy's era commercials or as recently one of our clients Colgate and talks about how they've been adapting to a really agile form. But this is more the thing that you're seeing where it's something happens and you respond quickly with a well timed piece of content. And it captures so much more surprising to light because it's relevant, but doing that with speed and a debt agility is really challenging. So that's kind of the core question that we wanted to talk to you today is how do you accomplish that? And the answer really lies in the organizational framework of agile content creation, a set of tools appropriate tools and then finally working with the right talent and having the right mindset around being comfortable with something's falling flat and also treating content more like a portfolio where not everything is going to work, especially in certain networks like TikTok, et cetera. It's a bit more of a portfolio where you're investing in it to see.
"corbett " Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Can both be powerful ways to break through. You know, it's funny when I looked at pop pay as the first time, my instant reaction was, okay, this is going to be an influencer network. The idea being that there are people that already have connections to large followings, and they're going to talk about your brand to the people that they already know. It's actually a little different. You're not necessarily an influencer platform. You're a content creator platform. I know I ask this in the beginning and you went into the landscape and I appreciate you focusing on what content means, but tell me about your approach, the actual content production piece. Where are you having creators being used in-house and where should you be outsourcing the creation of content? As you mentioned, primarily where this software for collaborating with content creators, but also influencers because many good content creators today have a following. As you said, I typically use the phrases influencer meeting someone that's valued for their audience, whereas a creator, someone that's primarily valued for their content, where we try to come in is to say, hey, you need to both have tools to find and connect with people and let them, as well as tools for collaboration. And then finally tools for tracking, like building up a library of content as well as tracking the results of posts. And we've just basically seen that as the content kind of crisis has continued. And the levels of content required by brands continues to rise every year. We need more modern tools to facilitate the content creation. And we just have had a lot of people over the years come to us because not only are these creators making awesome content. But you might as well have them post too if they have an audience. So I'd say almost all of our campaigns involve Tapping these creators for both their content and the post. But a good quarter or so over the merger's content only, maybe more than a quarter. So talk to me about some of the metrics that you're using to evaluate the content creation process. We've talked about why content is important, how it's changing where it fits into the advertising landscape. You can go find somebody to create content for you. How are you evaluating what you're paying? What the value of that content is and how do you work it back to an ROI? So for content, whether it's organic or paid, a lot of times people just simply don't have a budget to get organic content at scale. So the most basic and key KPIs is just cost per piece of content so that you can use it at scale because we believe that you should be able to have fresh content regularly so you can use these best practices. But beyond that for paid, you want to be able to use these editors and creators and make a piece of content and see that it's moving your cost per acquisition or whatever your conversion or KPI is. You want to be improving that. So what we love to see is number one, people come to us for not only just scaling their content and finally getting a price for a piece of content where they can have content regularly. But then we also like to see them use these editors and take the previous metric. Let's say it's cost per acquisition or cost per lead, whatever it is. And when they use an editor and make a new piece of content, that cost per acquisition goes down. And we want to see that movement in your key metric in your paid. So that's like organic and paid content. And then on the influencer side, there are other metrics, mostly made fun of metrics. So for example, if you've got to drive an ROI, I would not recommend having an influencer post about you. Maybe on YouTube, you can have some conversions of people posting about you and other channels. Sometimes work like Pinterest et cetera. But you're much better off just producing a piece of content through Facebook to get a conversion. On the other side, though, influencers are really good at driving awareness and consideration and that those mid funnel things. And so the appropriate metrics on that side would be tracking actual impressions, so not followers, but how many people really saw this piece of content as well as we provided certain brand studies to show, did this campaign move the consideration of your product? So with a control versus exposed method, we work with partners like RFC group to measure for the people who saw your ad, do they have more positive brand affinity and consideration in these metrics? So again, you need content, so if you're working with creators regularly just to get enough content at the right cost. You should be using creators and editors to make assets that get you the right cost per conversion for your paid for your direct lower funnel stuff. And then for your mid funnel stuff, work with influencers to drive awareness and consideration because you can change your opinion about a brand over time. Old spice wasn't always a cool brand. When I was growing up, it didn't have that flavor to it. It was just old spice. It was just, yeah, and so you can change how people feel at a brand. Wendy's is a good example. They've really had a renaissance recently with content. And so with creative cool content, you can change how people look at your brand and every brand can be cool and worth sharing. And cringe are a great way to hack it because they live and breathe in the social space. They know how to make engaging content. I think that's great advice. I think content is becoming increasingly more important and then there's a couple components of that finding the right format of content, finding the right creators to producing it and then finding the right metrics to evaluate whether that's actually working. And we're going to continue this conversation and talk about just that. So that wraps up this episode of the martech podcast. Thanks to Corbett drummy, cofounder and CEO of popular pays for joining us. In part two of this interview, which we're going to publish tomorrow, Corbett is going to talk to us about how to upgrade your content production strategy using SaaS. If you can't wait until our next episode and you'd like to learn more about Corbett, you can click on the link to his LinkedIn profile in our show notes. You can contact him on Twitter. His company's handle is popular pays POP, LAR, PAS, or you can visit his company's website, which is popular pays dot com. A special thanks to HubSpot for sponsoring this podcast if you are ready to become more customer centric in your marketing efforts, use the HubSpot CRM platform, which includes their new tools, their payment tools, which integrates native payment links that can be recurring into your tools, your emails, your website, and they've also got great ways for you to collect customer feedback to understand what's happening with your customers in real time to learn more about how the HubSpot CRM can help you build maintain and grow your customer relationships. Go to HubSpot dot com. And a special thanks to blue shift for sponsoring this podcast. If you're interested in learning how to turn your data into personalized customer experiences, head over to blue shift dot com slash Marta to a guide to their successful CDP evaluations. That's blue shift dot com slash martek to download blue shifts CDP RFP guide. Blue shift. Omnichannel marketing for data driven marketers. Just one link in our show notes that I'd like to tell you about. If you didn't have a chance to take notes while you're listening to this podcast, head over to Marta pod dot com where we have summaries of all of our episodes, contact information for our guests, you could subscribe to our once a week newsletter. You can even send us your topics suggestions or your marketing questions, which will answer live on our show. Of course, you can always reach out on social media, our handle is Marta pod, MAR, TEC H, POD on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, or you can contact me directly, my handle is Ben J shapp B and J SHA P and if you haven't subscribed yet and you want a daily stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed, in addition to part two of our conversation with Corbett drummy, cofounder and CEO of popular pays, we're going to publish an episode every day this year. So hit that subscribe button and your podcast app and we'll be back on your feed tomorrow morning. All right, that's it for today, but until next time, my advice.
AP News Radio
Canadians re-elect Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Canadians re elect Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party prime minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party won Monday's parliamentary elections in Canada according to projections by the Canadian press and Canada's television networks but while the liberals were projected to win the most seats of any party it was initially unclear whether Trudeau succeeded in his gamble to win a majority of seats Trudeau called for an early vote two years ahead of the deadline betting Canadians would support his policies for battling Corbett nineteen under Trudeau Canada is among the most fully vaccinated countries in the world hi Mike Rossio
AP News Radio
Los Angeles County to Require Vaccines in Indoor Bars
"If you plan on making Mary with boozy beverages in Los Angeles county you want to bring your vaccination card public officials in Los Angeles county will begin requiring proof of coded nineteen vaccinations for patrons and workers it indoor bars wineries breweries and nightclubs starting October seventh the initiative requires proof of at least one vaccine dose by that date and full backs nation by November fourth indoor restaurants were not covered although officials strongly recommend the same precautions Los Angeles based a massive crime by research during the holiday season last year in the new restrictions are designed to keep the same thing from happening this time around meanwhile about twenty six hundred Los Angeles police department employees are citing religious objections to try to get out of there Corbett nineteen vaccine requirement I'm Jennifer king
AP News Radio
Unvaccinated, Hospitalized: Patient Now Advocates for Shots
"A corona virus patient who ended up in a baton Rouge hospital says he's now an advocate for getting vaccinated such Daniels is one of the lucky ones he went home after a week of being treated for Corbett nineteen at our lady of the lake Medical Center in baton Rouge is another thing to do is be out of breath watching TV at age thirty seven Daniel said he didn't think he needed to cope with vaccination and in a hospital bed interview he says it's a decision he regrets busting into value through possibly if you accident doesn't go up within the next hour and as dad dad is frightening Daniel said did it with an unvaccinated nephew his nephew remains on a ventilator in a medically induced coma at a hospital outside New Orleans you know I won the war I'm Jennifer king
The Morning Toast
"corbett " Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Because really we haven't had an opportunity. Sear my buddy and now i guess i'm telling all of america or the world. After twenty years. We decided to get married. We didn't twenty twenty to be that thing that everybody looks back at an hated. We thought well let's get one nice thing out of it. Oh that's so cute. Because i'm like together for twenty years like what's the point. I'm getting married in the twentieth year. But it's like a sweet reason. That is a suisun a suisun. I like fucking love. John corbett like honestly. I don't put him on my list. So celebrity crushes but like young. Corbett should be also john corbett. Yeah handsome like liver him. And the fact that he's married till like bo. Derek is just like kind of everything of the sort. It's shuai connick. And i think underrated which is why chooses the story. Because i do you know that you love john corbin also think everybody needed a reminder that he is waking up that these two are coupled up that this girl chose this boy because effort twenty years. He's been her rock. That's so cute. Really really cute now. Are you ready for our fifth and you could say final story. Is the thing a to to to to to our eight old nato. That was beautiful rendition. I felt that one in my soul me to thank you for that. I think you for appreciate so. Are you ready. are you ready. Then got you saying you ready. Okay this is actually little pretty interesting news. I think you and i should pay attention to big. Sean says that he grew two inches taller. This year by going to the chiropractor got stretched at the duct got stretched big. Sean has gotten slightly bigger. The rapper recently revealed on instagram. That he'd grown at least two inches over the past year in the video..
"corbett " Discussed on 790 KABC
"The former mayor of San Diego, Current candidate for governor. Of California joins us at the top of the hour. Right now we're joined by Dr Kelly victory and we're taking your calls at 802 22 k ABC, 1 802 2 to 5 to two to let's begin with Rick. Rick. You're on K. ABC. Hello. Hey, John. Hi, Doctor. Doctor victory. You need that data. She's 30 years old. I was feeling ill last week when she got her Johnson Johnson. I've seen about two months ago. And not only did she but her friend who also had the Johnson Johnson came down with Corbett. I'm just wondering if there's more of these breakthrough places are sick. It's a great question and answer is yes, there are more and more breakthrough pieces as the mutations, uh, continue to occur. And as the new variants come down the pike we are finding that the vaccines are less and less effective on the vaccines were initially reported out to be in the high seventies. You know, 78% effective. Sometimes we would say 82% effective. They're now down in the low sixties with these current variants on. Unfortunately, vaccines, particularly to respiratory viruses, cause you to create antibodies to an immunity to a single specific swipe protein in this particular case. That's different from when you get the virus itself. When you actually become ill with covid you mount antibodies and develop immunity to the entire virus. The whole thing, not just that single spike protein. So unfortunately, as the viruses mutate, the vaccines do become less and less effective. They'll still have some protection and generally will keep people from getting very severe infection, hopefully keep them from getting hospitalized. But it's no comparison to the kind of immunity he would have if you actually had and recovered from Covid. So yes, we're seeing more and more breakthrough cases and people who are fully vaccinated. Yeah, the junk go ahead. Johnson was less effective. Just was curious about that if it was less effective in I don't I don't think I don't think that Johnson Johnson, one is less effective than the others. We've seen breakthrough cases in all of them. It will be. You know, some months or years before we can actually parse it all out and see how the numbers fall. But it's not my sense looking at the data on a daily basis. At Johnson and Johnson is any less effective than the others. If you have the natural antibodies, and then you recover from Covid, and you get vaccinated some months later. Do you have additional immunity or do you just get more of the same of what you already have? You're really just getting more of the same of what you already have. You have muddied the water a little bit because you now are creating those spike proteins to which you already had antibodies. And the concern is and the reason we believe that we're seeing a disproportionate number of adverse events in people who do that, John is because imagine this. You have you have covid. So you have antibodies running around in your bloodstream or you have t cell immunity. Then you go and get the vaccine and you start creating spike proteins. Those are the spike proteins that you already have antibodies to. If those spike proteins go, for example, and lay down in the lining of your blood vessel or in your heart muscle or in your kidney, those spike proteins go there in your antibodies that you already have go and attack those spike proteins. They can be attacking your own Oregon. That's the consummate auto immune reaction and auto immune response where you begin attacking your own tissues. And that's the concern that and why we really say that people who have already had covid and our covid recovered..
"corbett " Discussed on WJR 760
"Corbett to corral just a couple of minutes ago and to see these guys pull in, someone said, I just drove here from Denver to see this game. Imagine that. It's amazing who we pull from when you think about coming here. Detroit. I think the two races a really special because you've got to events and some people can't come Saturday. Some cup Sunday. Unfortunately, We didn't have the notice that we could have more people. So we've really been limited. Which is a shame, But look, the fact we're open you open Detroit last night, So let's have a great weekend. God bless you and Kathy. And is there anything else you want to say? We'll give you this opportunity because we're just thrilled that you were able to make it over as busy as you are today. Well, I just want thank you and Kim for what you've done for the city and for the community in the region and We want to have a good weekend. The weather looks like it's going to be great. And thank everybody here in Detroit that supports the city just walking around and seeing what we have here. I was in Portland last week and to see what that is. This is a palace. Compared to some of these cities in the West. And that's because the people care here in Detroit. I think our mayor or police chief, everyone else has just done their job. Everyone from James Craig to the new guy, the interim guy seems like a very sharp guy as well. We have been blessed with good people. And we have been blessed that you have adopted Detroit and Michigan as your home. Well, that's the truth. Roger. Well, thank you. Paul Dove you Roger Penske. Ladies and gentlemen, it's the Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear on Belle Isle, with tickets still available. Detroit gpd dot.
Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"corbett " Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Find it fix it. Make millions in real estate one house at a time Honestly to be perfectly honest. I get people. Ask me all the time. So i really wanted to get into flipping worldwide. do or. i found a house on this. Just take a couple of hours. Just read the book. Because it really explains what flipping is explains worthy pitfalls are it it will empower her especially if she someone who's who's smart she. She has saved a little bit of money. She has enough to do this. But it will empower her so that she's not always second guessing herself. That's one of the worst things you can do is when you get when you buy an investment property. You're buying something to flip or to to to even to as a rental property. If you don't know that you've checked off all the boxes ahead of time you're always going to be second guessing on this right. I don't know like this. Wouldn't it be nice to kind of know the step by step of what you should be doing so that you know okay. I covered that. I covered that i covered that. Wait a minute. I covered that and this checks out so this just might be a great idea. And if they don't check out yo you know what. i'm glad. i went through the checklist. Because i don't think this is such a great a great way to go. It kind of gives you a roadmap and that's you know as always been my goal and i've had many many many people who who sent me. Thank you notes over the years about you know. Thank you so much. I actually really like. You're saying. I i read through the book i and just do that. Come on shout. Shout out. Because i don't have any credibility. Can you give a quick shout out to read the book. Great well michael. I appreciate you so much. It's been an honor to have you on the show. Everybody out there go to michael. Corbett dot com. That's michael corbett dot. Michael and then c. o. R. e. t. t. dot com mike. We'd like to end every show with a boom we in the show by saying three to one. Boom boom stands for big overwhelming optimistic momentum. If you would partake in the boom it would be awesome. So are you ready to give us a boom at the end of the three to one. I am okay here. we go three two what..
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"corbett " Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Helping people monetize helping people turn what they do online into attention and then to turn that attention into earning an income. It's just becoming a lot easier and there are a lot more people really making a go at it so i think this trend is going to continue. And i think we're going to see you know we've found over the past year during this pandemic that we can do a lot of things online. We can spend a lot of time online. I'm not necessarily saying this healthy or a good direction for society go but we were unable to travel or to go out to restaurants and do all these things and yet you know. There is a piece of the economy that kept flourishing. And that is the creator economy that is people making things online and sharing with other people and turning that into a source of income. And i know. I'm preaching to the choir here because you've been doing this for a decade and and as have i but it's just so interesting to have watched this develop and we're really kind of at this explosive moment in the trajectory of people being able to exist an earn and make a living online. So what is maybe a step that fire nation can take all looking for like a whole roadmap but just like a step that fire nation can take that in european would start at least putting them in the right direction to take advantage of what you see coming in the future. Yeah well what i like to do is to look at trends. That are happening places where there is a lot of interest and energy and money going and then figure out how you can carve out a little piece of that interest and become someone value become someone who can provide things to other people in that area that they might be willing to pay for and there are all kinds of things we see this because of technology there are all kinds of these interesting little corners of things popping up who would have thought that crypto currency would be so popular..
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"corbett " Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"I want to talk about cleaning up our own digital life. Where does one even start in that process. I started with You know years of existential questions about myself and how. I was spending my time. What i was working on all that sort of stuff and i ended up having some conversations with friends and one of those friends told me that i sounded stuck. I had basically been repeating the same thing about how i felt pulled in too many directions. I felt like i had too much going on. I felt sort of chaotic and unfocused. And i didn't know what i wanted to do. And she said you know you've been saying this for a really long time. When are you going to make a decision and actually do something. And i started to think about social media i had sort of on the back burner this idea of closing several social media accounts. Because i just wasn't getting anything out of them. And also because i really disagree with a lot of the businesses and the people that are behind them and it was almost a symbol of this feeling of stuck nece that i had the the fact that i thought about closing facebook forever and yet had never done anything about it and i started wondering like why haven't done anything about it and i guess in the end it was this like i mentioned. Before this this sort of nebulous fomo this fear that i might miss out on something. That was happening there but wait. I have all these people following me like. What if i close out account isn't there isn't there value there and at the end of the day i i realized that i needed to start making some decisions and start moving instead of being stuck in this analysis paralysis of. What's the optimal way to do it. And what if this happened. And what if that happened. Just start making some decisions and moving forward and so to clean up my digital life. I looked at all of the things that i'd published out there..
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"corbett " Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
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Entrepreneur on FIRE
"corbett " Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"And then logged in an instagram. And like he had uploaded any of them. And i was like dude what happened. He's like oh yeah. I wasn't able to log in like it was a code thing is this is that and i was like what are you doing. There's gonna be so many people pissed off and nobody cared. Nobody noticed. I got no messages. Like where are you or like what's happening like right. Just nobody even noticed. And that's just one thing that i was just like. Oh well why have. I thought input such thing on this when maybe like. I'm just putting so much emphasis on this thing. That i think people need one care about so much but i go disappears for fourteen days and nobody even mentions the word like nothing and then it also kind of you know made me think of. There's been a few times. I've talked to like good friends of mine and like people who like claimed to be a part of my audience and they're just like so. Are you still like doing entrepreneurs on fire or like. Are you still like running podcast paradise and on like those are like two such huge pieces of my business. How can this person not know that like this is still out there in the world. Crushing it but at the same time. It's like they're running their life. They're busy. They're chaotic their struggles. Their wins their successes. And sometimes i think we just can't over think this too much in corporate. You already kind of alluded to this already. But i want to dive deeper. You believe that. Social media manipulates us. How oh it's not just something. I believe i mean they are open about the fact that as they were creating these various social networks like twitter and facebook and instagram. And all of them that the purpose was to figure out how to manipulate people so that they would spend as much time as possible on these platforms so that they can sell us or sell other people adds that they then show to us and facebook..
Beyond the To Do List
"corbett " Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"Hello and welcome back to another episode of beyond the to do list. I'm your host eric fisher. And this is the show where i talked to the people behind the productivity this week. I'm excited to share with you. A conversation i had with corbett bar and i've known of corbett for a long time. He's a founder and ceo of fizzle. If you've heard of that he's been self employed for a very long time as a blogger. Doing podcasting online courses different. Various business online things. You know how this goes but one of the things. That really intrigued me is that i get corbett's newsletter. And recently he was talking about digital house cleaning reevaluating his online presence and consolidating it into a new vision of what he wanted to do on the internet for the next decade. He's looking back in the last decade basically getting off most social media not all of it and get into that as to which things he jetsons and which he keeps and why which content. He's getting rid of and which he's keeping y and essentially just cleaning up his digital footprint to refocus refined who he is moving forward now versus who. He was this last decade and a half. So it's a really interesting conversation. This isn't just about pruning distractions things like that. It's a it's a macro level thinking about yourself almost in a self awareness way when it comes to digital online footprint and internet business activity etc. So i really like this one. I i had a great time talking with corbett. So i'll get out of the way. And just say. Enjoy this conversation with corbett bar this week. It is my privilege to welcome to the show. Korb bar corbett welcome. Hey eric thanks so much for having me today yeah. So let's see. I mean we were talking pre show. We've known each other a little bit. You know kinda mostly in passing We've got mutual friends things like that. I know you from back in the early days of you know walking around and doing stuff with an max and i think actually. I think that i sat across from pat. Flynn eaten hot wings. And in a vegas something or other and i think you were sitting down at the other end of the table with like caleb and and That really rings a bell. Yeah that sounds like fun and sitting there with my body and all that and it was a fun time. But i have admired from afar. Let's put it that way your digital online entrepreneurial lifestyle type stuff and not just what you do but how you do it like you said you've got this laid back style and that's what i really like and bet under newsletter for a while now and a couple of months ago few before you sent out the call. Hey i want to go on podcasts. You had sent out this newsletter post about basically reevaluating your online existence and this whole digital house cleaning initiative..
"corbett " Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Live from NPR news. I'm Corbett Coleman, the U. S. Supreme Court is taking up a major abortion case. It opens the door to reconsider the Roe versus Wade president that legalized abortion nationwide. This case involves a challenge to a Mississippi law banning abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. NPR's Sarah McCammon has more social conservatives have been working for decades to overturn Roe v. Wade and other Supreme Court precedent guaranteeing the right to an abortion. Now, with three justices nominated by former president Trump, including the most recent edition of Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. They're increasingly optimistic about that goal. The Supreme Court says it will take up one key question in the Mississippi case whether all abortion bands before viability are unconstitutional. Under previous president, the court has guaranteed the right for women to choose abortion before a fetus can live outside the womb, while giving states more leeway to restrict the procedure later in pregnancy. Sarah McCammon. NPR NEWS Washington Israeli warplanes struck Gaza overnight with airstrikes in fresh fighting between Israelis and Palestinians. Hamas fighters Hamas has continued to fire rockets into Israel. Israeli officials say they're warning Palestinian civilians before buildings are attacked. But in a barrage of Israeli strikes on Sunday, at least 42 people were killed in Gaza, including 10 Children. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has reiterated President Biden's position on Israel's right to defend itself. Israel has the right to defend itself. There is no equivalence between a terrorist group indiscriminately firing rockets at civilians. In a country defending its people. Those attacks. There were numerous demonstrations over the weekend in several countries in support of Palestinians. Demonstrations were held in Canada, Germany and Britain. In the United States. There were demonstrations in several cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago in New York. At least 12 people have been killed as a powerful cycle and turns off India's west coast. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports from Mumbai where Cove in 19 patients are being evacuated to higher ground about 150,000 people have been evacuated from low lying areas.
"corbett " Discussed on Healthcare360
"Of course that also means they can take funds out at any time they can do whatever jiggery-pokery they want to make for example Where your money starts to increase in value if you don't spend it in time so they can do all sorts of fancy things once they have it on digital chain like that on that's tied directly to the central bank then by the way can also monitor every transaction. You make in real time knowing exactly what you spend your money on. With whom at what time in one place. So they can control down that level of detail. That is the vision of the future. They're working on behind the scenes right now and as i say behind the scenes doesn't even mean conspiratorially really they talk about it quite openly and i pointed for example in a report that i did last year to an imf meeting that took place. Virtually of course in this age of covid last late last year where you had for example. The governor of the federal reserve at that time jerome powell and the director of the bank for international settlements against in carstensz and some other central bankers talking about the implementation of digital currency central bank digital currencies. And how they're going to implement this ties into what. You're talking about with regards to cryptocurrencies in a fashion. That i've described before i did. A report called the bitcoin up which was all about how essentially the public is being conditioned to take all of these terms blockchain cryptocurrency and bitcoin central bank digital currency and just basically smooshed them altogether. It's all the same thing so that eventually when the public hears that all we're going to get this digital wallet with the federal reserve and we're gonna get our fed coin or whatever they call it and most people will be like. Oh is this that new grip. Oh currency i've been hearing so much about. Oh great okay. Not realizing that. The fundamental point of the original bitcoin white paper for example in two thousand nine was to bypass central banks. I of course this was a direct response and was treated as such by the cryptocurrency community at that time a direct response to the chaos and havoc that the central bank said overseas in the two thousand eight crisis and collapse and the obvious writing on the wall that the system is not sustainable. This is not going to work. We need a way of transacting without this central bank created money. What can we do. That was the original impetus that most people in that early cryptocurrency community got into the space four since that time. Of course it's become about the investors and people looking to make a quick buck off a quick trade so it's obviously lost that ethos of trying desperately to get around the central banking infrastructure and now is all about kyc and compliance. You have to fill out forms with seven forms of photo. Id and a bit of your dna in order to get your wallet or whatever completely undermining the entire idea of cryptocurrency but that is the way it's being introduced to the public and as i say it's type of sigh up in which they're going to basically replace all of that with your handy dandy easy to use federal reserve supplied digital currency. Here you go..
"corbett " Discussed on Healthcare360
"Is used in most water municipal systems is in fact an industrial waste by product that was re purposed and said well instead of paying to try to properly dispose of this industrial waste. We can actually get municipalities to pay us for this waste that they then put in the water supply as a medicine of sorts. That is the real dawning of the fluoridation systems in the us in the forties and fifties and the way that was perpetuated. Is i think pretty telling instance of that story. So there is obviously the monetary incentive but at a deeper level has to start to question the fact that on the record documentary for at least a century. There has been open writing about the growing problem of the population. The human population is growing too large. Too fast we're going to start having severe shortages and other things because there are too many people on the planet we need to find a way to reduce the number of people that are being born and what are ways to do this and then you have developments like for example of all of the different types of chemicals that could be could have been used to for example line food products to store water for example bottles and other sorts of things specifically what was chosen bisphenol. Bpa which was originally known as an estrogen mimicking. It was originally used for that purposes and then was used as say all sorts of products lining food containers and other sorts of things. Why was specifically chosen for this. I mean again. It could be well simply. This was cheap and easy to produce. It was kajing gauging but on a deeper level the seen people who are writing about the problem of the growing human population and suddenly this thing which we now know is having this massive endocrine-disrupting effect and is having such an alarming effect on human fertility. That there are scientists now saying that by two thousand forty five. The majority of people will need scientific help. Essentially in reproducing at all for tilleke will not be a natural phenomenon by the year. Two thousand forty five. According to some researchers and we've seen already incredible plummeting levels of sperm count in men especially in western countries over the past half century. Is that coincidence. And i think it is. Not i think there is an coordinated agenda to reduce human fertility. And ultimately i think ultimately there will be mass die offs of the population through cancers and other sorts of things. That wouldn't you know it..
AP News Radio
Poll: Most in US Who Remain Unvaccinated Need Convincing
"Fewer Americans are reluctant to get a covert nineteen vaccine then just a few months ago but most were main unvaccinated need convincing in AP in a worse the center for public affairs research poll eleven percent of unvaccinated people say they definitely will get the shot thirty four percent definitely will not the rest might if somebody credible can address their concerns about side effects testing and the like enter keys media Corbett I want to be a sister and a brother that is also a scientist but too you know everybody in especially black people the national institutes of health immunologist to help develop the maternity shot says the government should have done a better job explaining the years of developing vaccines against other coronaviruses and assuring the public no corners were cut Sager made Donnie Washington
AP News Radio
FDA Expected to OK Pfizer Vaccine for Teens Within Week
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the FDA is expected to approve the Fizer vaccine for young teens within a week the US food and drug administration is expected to expand emergency use authorization for Pfizer's Corbett nineteen vaccine to youngsters ages twelve to fifteen by next week according to a federal official and a person familiar with the process following the FDA action a federal vaccine advisory committee will meet to discuss whether to recommend the Fizer vaccine for twelve to fifteen year olds if the advisors recommend offering the vaccine the centers for disease control and prevention would have to adopt the recommendation before vaccinations could begin the steps could be completed within a matter of days Mike Rossi out Washington
WBZ Midday News
Only 5,800 Infections Reported in Fully Vaccinated People, CDC Says
"Nearly a quarter of all American adults are now fully vaccinated. ABC is faith of Boob, A says There's new data out on just how effective the covert vaccine shots are, the CDC says of the more than 66 million Americans, who have been fully vaccinated on Lee 5800 Corbett infections have been reported. Significantly less than 1%. But how long the immunity last remains unknown size or CEO says it's likely people would need another side. A booster shot every
Z Morning Zoo
John Corbett Will Play Aidan in 'Sex and the City' Reboot
"On the way and we know who's in. We know who's not in. But here's another name You can add to the endless John Corbett. If your big sex in the city fan you remember him as Kari's ex Aidan and carrying eight and had a thing dog for a while, so For what? We've heard Mr Big might or might not be in the new one. So it might be all about her getting back with Aiden. See
AP News Radio
Montana governor tests positive for COVID-19
"The governor of Montana is isolating after testing positive for coded nineteen the Republican governor of Montana Greg Gianforte has tested positive for Corbett nineteen the state recently expanded coronavirus vaccine eligibility to adults sixteen and over engine four day received his first dose of vaccine Thursday at a pharmacy in Helena his office released a statement Monday saying that after experiencing mild symptoms a day earlier he was tested out of an abundance of caution the governor's canceled in person events and they'll be isolated well he works from home in Bozeman the governor lifted a statewide mask mandate in mid February it had been in place since last July G. forty had recently been in the news after he tried to kill the wolf outside Yellowstone National Park I received a warning from Montana fish wildlife and parks department for not having gone through a state required wolf trapping certification course I'm Jennifer king
AP News Radio
Senate votes to extend small biz loan program for 2 months
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the Senate votes to extend to the application process for a small business loan program a bill to extend the deadline for small business owners to apply for forgivable loans through the paycheck protection program will be on its way to president Joe Biden's desk the Senate passed the bill on a ninety two to seven vote Thursday following earlier passage by the house the extension to may thirty first will give applicants two more months to apply for federal aid the loans are fully forgivable if the recipient attempts to maintain similar employee levels and uses at least sixty percent of the loan to cover payroll cost the latest Corbett nineteen relief package included an additional seven point two five billion dollars for the program Mike Rossio Washington
BBC World Service
How vaccine inequality is endangering the world
"With that anniversary one year ago today when the World Health Organization officially declared the covert 19 outbreak, a worldwide pandemic when a year on and 2.6 million people have died worldwide, and the economy is in tatters. There is also hope, because Kobe vaccination drives under way more than 100 countries with more than 300 million doses of ministered, but who gets vaccinated, for example, there around 80 million refugees, asylum seekers and displaced people worldwide. Will they be included in vaccination plans where they live? Filippo Grandi is the U. N High Commissioner for Refugees and his current in Uganda. When I spoke to him, he started by telling me what impact the pandemic and lockdowns have had on refugees. Where I think the impact is severe and will be even more severe is more on the economic side and in lockdowns, which prevail all over the world. We've seen an escalation off poverty if you wish in refugee and displaced community all over the world from Lebanon, Toe black in America, the Venezuelans toe Afghans in South Asia and so forth, So this is really the key challenge that we have to face now. We know that the key to getting out of the pandemic. His vaccination aren't refugees at the end of the list of people who are going to get vaccinated or too often, well, that was very much our concern, especially refugees. Refugees are not nationals off the country's they're in, and we were worried that because of that they would be marginalized. You know, there's been some good developments. I am in Uganda is speaking to you from Kampala and here, for example, today the vaccination begins. I was with the acting prime minister this morning He was going to be vaccinated and he was keen to tell me refugees will be included. There's no question about that. You can the host 1.5 million refugees. Almost the pandemic has the underlying the inequalities that disparities Throughout the world on one of those is that the richer Western countries of vaccinating at a much higher rate than poorer countries, and yet so many of the world's refugees, Aaron places Like where you are right now, you can do that slower roll out in places like Uganda is undoubtedly going to effect refugees, isn't it? You're absolutely right. George. Vaccination programs have to exist and to be rolled out to include refugees, and this is where really the enormous inequality of the international system has appeared. Very carries. The tent of March is the first day that you can to a nation of more than 40 Million people is receiving its first vaccine when in rich countries. This has been going on for several months. So this inequality is blatant. This needs to be corrected. We are active as an organization in those initiatives that aimed at securing a minimum amount of doses. For poor countries and our role there is to ensure that some of those does is go to the refugees as well. But frankly speaking, that effort is not enough to correct that huge imbalance which is really short sighted. It's not only wrong, it's shortsighted. It's a bit like refugees and nationals in the country if people in poor countries do not get vaccination. This is a global issue. It will backfire everywhere else so then more vaccines and needed and more needs to be done to deal with, as you say, the social impact of the pandemic on Refugees in particular. He's a difficult questions, and there aren't presumably easy solutions to them. But what are a couple of things that could should be done to make progress in this sense from the very beginning off the pandemic? I've reached out personally to the leadership of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. These institutions have led The establishment off economic rescue packages for countries impacted by Corbett and lockdowns, and my message to them has bean first of all to accelerate. The disbursement of those packages so that this country's are more protected, but also to ensure that vulnerable groups are included actually are considered as a factor to increase those packages. In other words, take Uganda again. Uganda is negotiating. If I understand with the I m F one such package and the message that I will pass through the eye, meth and other similar institutions is remembered. Uganda has what 40 45 million people. It's national population. It has almost 1.5 million refugees. These needs to be factored in, especially in countries like you can that that are very inclusive that include refugees in education programs in health programs that extend to them efforts to create livelihoods. This additional burden that these countries have needs to be considered when this economic packages are rolled out. This is not always the case. Look at Lebanon, for example, where one in four people is a refugee. This huge political tension in Lebanon over this refugee issue. I'm very worried that rescue packages being rolled out and Lebanon has many challenges may not include refugees, and this would be catastrophic for this huge, vulnerable population in that particular country, And this example is valid in other countries as well. So yes, More complex, I would say even then the vaccination inclusion.
BBC World Service
Houston doctors warn of 4th COVID-19 surge as mask mandate ends
"Infections now that a mask mandate and other pandemic restrictions have been lifted in Texas, Dr. Cristina Propst is a pediatrician at Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital. She says it is disheartening that the advice of public health officials Is being ignored. We're doing our part. And so it is really a painful experience to feel that our elected officials don't trust us. Don't trust our expertise on are not listening to the science. Props is suggesting that allowing businesses to operate at full capacity amid five new variants of Corbett and during spring break vacations is a recipe for a crisis. In pre market trading. U. S futures are