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"corti" Discussed on KQED Radio
"With you on the take away. I'm Callie Crossley in for Tan Xena. We've been talking about some of the achievements of black animators and voice actors this year and the work that still needs to be done to make the field war inclusive. I've been speaking with animators Bruce W. Smith and Ian Jones, Corti and voice actor Angelique parent. And actors of color are also overlooked. When it comes to voicing characters like aliens or mystical creatures that don't have race in animated shows. Do producers need to be more imaginative when it comes to casting those roles? Yeah, absolutely. On the shore, like co executive produced Steven Universe. The main cast are almost all aliens and we went to We ended up casting majority women of color, and it was just because these were the voices that we hadn't heard before. And I really would love people to be a little more open to, uh, finding those voices because you know for me, it's less about the idea of matching Character's skin color to the actor, but actual like economic justice, I want women of color and actors of color to get paid and get respect and have prominence within the industry. A man. So so Bruce when you worked on 2000 nine's the Princess and the Frog, which had Disney's first black prison princess, But more than 10 years later, Pixar has its first black lead, character and soul. Are you disappointed that has taken so long to see more black animated lead characters? Absolutely. I mean, you know that That's a whole generation almost passing by before anyone thinks of Hey, you know, let's take this film that we've got right now and sort of re cast the lead, you know, and let you know an African American enjoy. And participate. I mean, that's just been the whole things that have been in this business is like it's like we love. This business is African American artists, but we want to participate like we want to be involved in all of the flights of fancy. You know, Um, I've worked on so many projects that did not involve me from an animation standpoint, but I had to put myself in the character, you know, So so actually, it's helped me as an animator's help, You know, you know, separate myself and my skill set from the crowd because of of the things that I do as an African American to put in the character, but that still doesn't necessarily reflect Character. This actually on the screen is being a person of color, and that's sort of been an issue with me for a long time. Angelique when voice actors of color are cast, it's often relatively big name actors who get the part. Are you hoping to see Hollywood move away from reliance on big names in order to give other voice actors like yourself a chance. I would love that. The jobs that I have auditioned for that were specifically black female characters or male often went to like Regina King Sonal a thin on need a long But the thing that I can bring, I cannot bring what Regina King does. But what I can do is act. It also played a grandma and I could also play a role. Oh, I can't do you know I can do different things. I'm not. I don't do what they do, but they don't do what I do. So when you cast in our lengthen Who was a fabulous ale is black actress. You just get that and you don't get the levels that you're going to get with someone who does this the way I do and who relishes it. So what do you think Animation studios need to do in order to make the animation industry more welcoming to animators of color and voice actors of color and I'll start with you in for me and you know, this just goes for everything. It's really just about. Being aware of what's going on. For instance, when I created my show, Okay, Kayo, let's be Heroes for Cartoon Network. I was only the second black creator. For the network. And the first black creator was Andre 3000. So you know, he got to come in the door completely different way than I did. I think that studios need to be aware that, uh, you know, talent, people of color, you know? They're rare in this industry, but it doesn't mean we don't have the talent. They need to just be aware and cast their net a little wider, and I really hope that that's gonna happen more as we get more people being able to come to prominence, you know, using the Internet, and it's hopefully easier to find those people. So, Bruce, What about you? What do you think? Ooh, Ah ho, man. Yeah, I kind of agree with Ian. I mean, I think it's really about opportunity. I think you know for us to have the opportunity will help paint and put the industry on course and on par for What we in the foreseeable future, because listen, one thing you can't deny and in life is that us? We is a black people. We drive culture way. Just do so that always when you see our our stories being told, And when you drop us in movies, it makes those movies that much more interesting. You know, because of the language that we bring the swag that we bring those things that unnecessary, those things that they look for so You know, moving forward Producers always. You should think about that. I weigh in like this. This is an easy work to be more inclusive. It's going to take a couple of extra steps for this to happen, and it could be something simple as grabbing six of the best little drawers. And you know, whatever neighborhood bringing them in and mentoring them for a year. Um, it could be something that small, just mentoring aspiring. Uh, you know, animators, voice actors or could be a larger program where we go. Hey, let's invest in the future off this industry. But We know that there's the talent out there. But the talent has to be given the opportunity and people need to be open to opening that door toe allow other faces. Other ideas. And other types of creativity in And this year you worked on a serious of anti racism shorts for Cartoon network is animation, a good medium for addressing the seriously issues of the kind we've been talking about. Absolutely, and you know, I'll say it a million times. Animation is uniquely positioned to be, uh, medium that expresses and teaches empathetic skills and gets characters across. You know, at the end of the day animation is, you know, it's like a century old magic trick. We're basically forcing your brain toe. Look at these images..
"corti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With you on the take away. I'm Callie Crossley in for Tan Xena. We've been talking about some of the achievements of black animators and voice actors this year and the work that still needs to be done to make the field more inclusive. I've been speaking with animators Bruce W. Smith and Ian Jones, Corti and voice actor Angelique parent. And actors of color are also overlooked. When it comes to voicing characters like aliens or mystical creatures that don't have race in animated shows. Do producers need to be more imaginative when it comes to casting those roles? Yeah, absolutely. On the shore, like co executive produced Steven Universe. The main cast are almost all aliens and we went to We ended up casting majority women of color, and it was just because these were the voices that we hadn't heard before, And I really would love people to be a little more open to, uh Finding those voices because you know for me, it's less about the idea of matching character, skin color to the actor, but actual like economic justice, I want women of color and actors of color to get paid and get respect and have prominence within the industry. A man. So so Bruce when you worked on 2000 nine's the Princess and the Frog, which had Disney's first black prison princess, But more than 10 years later, Pixar has its first black lead, character and soul. Are you disappointed that has taken so long to see more black animated lead characters? Absolutely. I mean, you know that That's a whole generation almost passing by before anyone thinks of Hey, you know, let's take this film that we've got right now and sort of re cast the lead, you know, and let you know an African American enjoy. And participate. I mean, that's just been the whole things that have been in this business is like it's like we love. This business is after American artists, but we want to participate like we want to be involved in all of the flights of fancy. You know, um, I I've worked on so many projects that did not involve me from an animation standpoint, but I had to put myself in the character, you know? So so actually, it's helped me as an animator. So you know, you know, separate myself. And my skill set from the crowd because of the things that I do as an African American to put in the character, But that still doesn't necessarily reflect the character this actually on the screen as being a person of color, and that's sort of been an issue with me for a long time. Mm hmm. Angelique When voice actors of color are cast, it's often relatively big name actors who get the part. Are you hoping to see Hollywood move away from reliance on big names in order to give other voice actors like yourself a chance? I would love that. The jobs that I have auditioned for that were specifically black female characters or male often went to like Regina King Sonal, a thin needle along But the thing that I can bring, I cannot bring what Regina King does. But what I can do is act. It also played a grandma and I could also play a role. Oh, I can't do you know I can do different things. I'm not. I don't do what they do, but they don't do what I do. So when you, CASS and I lengthen Who was a fabulous ale is black actress. You just get that and you don't get the levels that you're going to get with someone who does this? The way I do and who relishes it. So what do you think Animation studios need to do in order to make the animation industry more welcoming to animators of color and voice actors of color and I'll start with you in for me and you know, this just goes for everything. It's really just about. Being aware of what's going on. For instance, when I created my show, Okay, Kayo, let's be Heroes for Cartoon Network. Was only the second black creator for the network. And the first black creator was Andre 3000. So, uh, you know, he got to come in the door completely different way than I did. Think that studios need to be aware that you know talent, people of color. You know they're rare in this industry, but it doesn't mean we don't have the talent. They need to just be aware and Cast their net a little wider, and I really hope that that's gonna happen more as we get more people being able to come to prominence, you know, using the Internet, and it's hopefully easier to find those people. So, Bruce, What about you? What do you think? Ooh. Oh, man. Yeah, I kind of agree with him. I mean, I think it's really about opportunity. I think you know for us to have the opportunity. Will help paint and put the industry on course and on par for What we in the foreseeable future, because listen, one thing you can't deny and life is that us? We is a black people. We drive culture way. Just do so that always when you see our our stories being told, And when you drop us in movies, it makes those movies that much more interesting. You know, because of the language that we bring the swag that we bring those things that unnecessary. Those things that they look for. So you know, moving forward producers always. You should think about that. I weigh in like this. This is an easy work to be more inclusive. It's going to take a couple of extra steps for this to happen, and it could be something simple as grabbing six of the best little drawers. And you know, whatever neighborhood bringing them in and mentoring them for a year. Um, it could be something that small, just mentoring aspiring. Uh, you know, animators, voice actors or could be a larger program where we go. Hey, let's invest in the future off this industry. But We know that there's the talent out there. But the talent has to be given the opportunity and people need to be open to opening that door toe allow other faces, other ideas and other types of creativity in And this year you worked on a serious of anti racism shorts for Cartoon network is animation, a good medium for addressing the seriously issues of the kind we've been talking about. Absolutely. And, you know, I'll say it a million times. Animation is uniquely positioned to be, uh, medium that expresses and teaches empathetic skills and gets characters across. You know, at the end of the day animation is, you know, it's like a century old magic trick. We're basically forcing your brain toe. Look at these images. Hear these sounds hear the sound effects and believe that that's a real person and a real character. The reason why animation is so powerful is because that power comes from you, the viewer, you put the all those things together in your brain and you create the characters as well as us giving you the material to do so. Animation is incredibly powerful in that way, and I hope more people pay attention and thank you so much. We're gonna have to leave it there, and it was the light talking to all of you. Bruce W. Smith is the creator of the upcoming The Proud Family Louder and prouder and Jones Court. He is the creator of Okay, Kayo, Let's be heroes and Angelique Parent is the voice actor and co host and producer of Cafe Mocha Radio on WBLS. Thank you all for speaking with me. Thank you. All.
"corti" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"The current layout of the Corti keyboards was finally designed by the Remington and Sons. So it took. Apparently the whole family which solved the problem of the jammed type bars, any of you guys ever used the DeVore AC keyboard. I have not. I've seen one, but I've never used it. Yeah, I've never seen it. But it's apparently it's like a different organization for the keys. Right? And the computer geek say that this is the superior typing keyboard. Is it the beta to the VHS Now, I guess. Okay. Where is it? Is it like that, like I hate the ergonomic keyboards. You know the ones where it splits the court A keyboard like in half and seen what sort of bend down a little bit so that like I know, folks, that's that's all. It'll uses the ergo boards and I can't use that at all. I gotta have it all like in a row. You know the trick with the devore and keyboards from what I understand is if you practiced on a DeVore act, then all of a sudden you sit down on somebody else's computer. Now you're back to quality. And so you have to kind of like, you know, like knowing two different languages. Whatever you remember, gets tricky nerds are weird and then make their own like logic based language. Either of you know what I'm referring to cling on? I don't know idea, certainly not cleaning. That was the question a logic based language. I don't rember what it's called. But it was basically invented by nerds and learns. Invent cling on though, didn't like, Yes, they did come up with the whole language for that. It's called Lodge Ban. That's it, huh? Yeah, It's basically just them trying to create a new language that presumably no one speaks. But hey, people do speak Klingon..
"corti" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"President Trump says he's in support of it. Universal music publishing buying this song on and all about Dylan's other songs to deal in selling the entire 600 Song catalog, No official word of the cost, but some say the deal could be worth 300 million. You're listening to ABC News. Our top story. The covert 19 transmission rate in Oregon is 1.5. That means each person but the virus is giving it to at least one other person. Public health director Rachel Banks says. At that rate, the daily average of cases will top 2000 is forecast tells us We remain on pace to overtop or hospital bed capacity unless we turn things around soon, Thanks says that's possible of more Oregonians wear masks, follow social distancing and avoid groups of people. Hospitals have already started scaling back elective surgeries to make room for Mork over 19 patients. Oregon health officials are planning for the Visor Covert 19 vaccine It requires alter cold storage. Organ Health authority Director Patrick Alan says Not all health care facilities have that capability. Part of what we're gonna be able to do in this process is steer vaccine. The different parts of the state based on what those cold chain requirements are little journal and other vaccines only require regular refrigeration. So those doses will go to facilities that don't have the ultra cold storage. Vaccine will start to arrive December 15th Portland police have released the name of the cyclist. It was killed in the crash Friday afternoon. He's been identified as Jean Corti had happened on North Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard and Union Court witnesses and the drivers say Kourtney appeared to be weaving in the bike lane when he suddenly cut across all lanes of traffic. Bullshit. Organ Governor Kate Brown has ordered flags to be flown at half staff today in honor of National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day into statement, Brown said. We've been of it every day for the bravery and sacrifice of the United States Service members. And especially over a debt of gratitude to the people who served and gave their lives not only a Pearl Harbor but throughout World War two and a surfer was bitten by a shark, its seaside cove yesterday afternoon. The person was taken to the hospital for treatment. That's a look at the latest news. I'm Philip Dash News radio 11 90 k e X, peaceful Vibes. Spectacular Views lives just a little sweeter this time of year at the central coast of North Carolina, Treat yourself to a cozy get away and take in the crisp air and relaxing sounds of the Central Coast. Water and Joy, a.
"corti" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"corti" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Coming up in the next hour. President elect you bite and puts his national security team in place. This after President Trump agrees to a formal transition investors to your political certainty. The Dow Crossing 30,000 for the first time, plus the true believer, longtime Bitcoin champion Dan More head on the crypto currencies massive rally. It's Pierce $19,000, but is the best still yet to come? And proceed with caution. At least one analyst sounding new alarms over text sky High valuations is the rally getting near stall status and let's get to those valuations that we start back with all U. S. Markets. Big Day on Wall Street here today, the Dow topping 30,000 for the first time the S and P 500 also jumping to a record. Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle has more and the wrestle 2000 also fresh record. Abigail another big Day. Taylor for sure. Absolutely. We have this reopening reflation trade back on and bringing record highs, record highs and big round numbers. Lots of euphoria to over the markets looking toward the second half of next year, and what the vaccine could need for the economy now relative to stocks. It was weird like everything rally. Four different stops. Ironically, the only index to sit out was the biotech index. Ironic, obviously, because it's the vaccine and medicine that folks are so excited for, but the Russell 2000 and 1.9% another all time high, the KBW Bank index putting up a great gain those small cap banks by 0.3%. But yesterday Taylor Apple was sort of precarious, technically crossing some downside levels, but not so much today. Those bulls coming Back through and then relative to the real reopening rotation. We have cruise lines. The airlines copping sharply higher on hopes that once the vaccine gets circulated into the world, folks will be traveling again. And they'll also be gambling at the resorts. We have win an MGM. These are some of the top sacks, the S and P 500, which also put in a record high, Taylor one day or hoping we can travel here, especially you. Your eyes travelers. Yeah, sure You're going to get out there and you know we want to go cross asset because you saw That reflation trade in that lift up in yields. I mean, you're up 345 basis points here on the long bonds. How much does that tie into sort of this reflation trade as well, You know, it's just right, Taylor because we have bonds up to there is this sense that there is some reflation and some inflation, normalizing environment and economy. On the other hand, you have yields not going too high because too high, then you evaluation re pricing a risk. We take a look at the 10 year yield. We see it's still below that crucial 1% level and in turn that is helping not just the banks and energy that cyclical trade Taylor, but as you know, earlier today, Dan passed Raelian options inside. He told me that low rates also helped. The stocks have been working all year long. The Amazons and Tesla's so Who knows? Maybe we're really just off to the races into the end of 2020 and into 2020. You know, it's interesting that a lot of commentaries been made that this is a healthier rally because you're getting these record highs. But Tech and Big Tech is not making record highs, either. Yes, does that help us give more belief in this because you're doing this, but not at the expense attack? Yeah, probably. There's a little bit better breath here. At this point. All the different sectors are participating in today. Tech was also right in the middle of the pack. It wasn't as though Tech was selling up because let's remember those of the big member waiting. So it's See solid if Tech where to drop that could really be, you know an issue for the broader markets. Even if energy is climbing energies, only 2% of the market financials a little bit more than 10%. So, yes, very healthy, broad based rally on the day Bloomberg's out. Gil do little always appreciate your insight and for joining us And after weeks of inaction, of course, the chief of the General Services Administration acknowledged Monday that Biden was the quote apparent winner of the U. S election. The shift came after the key swing state of Michigan certified bit Biden as the winner and at least nine Republican senators called for the transition to begin and the Trump legal team. Suffered fresh step backs to discuss. We're joined by Bloomberg's Gregory Corti. Gregory talk to me a little bit about that transition, of course in the one o'clock hour today, getting more updates on some of those key Cabinet positions. What was your take? Yeah, all of the sudden after three weeks of a delayed transition because President Trump refused to concede losing tow to President elect Joe Biden. Now we're off to the races, and we have a transition that looks like a regular healthy presidential transition. You have Joe Biden out today, formally putting forward some members of his national security team. You have the General Services Administration, releasing funds to the Biden transition to begin toe, hire some people and to do the kinds of things they need to do in the transition, And we got word just this afternoon that the President Trump has signed off on President elect Biden receiving the president's daily briefing, which is the most top secret intelligence product that we have in the United States on so it looks like you know, we're moving forward to a Biden presidency on January 20th without any obstruction, apparently from the Trump Administration, you know, Gregory Bear with me here because it was earlier today in the show when we were talking about With Ian Bremmer, this.
Trump sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan; asks for Wisconsin recount
"Once he's elected. Not so fast, says the Trump campaign. It's requesting a recount in Wisconsin and filed lawsuits today in Pennsylvania and Michigan, CBS News campaign reporter Cara Corti as we prepare for this new batch of lawsuits coming from the Trump campaign. Know that they have a history of alleging fraudulent activity, but not being able to actually prove it. The president also said last night he wanted quote all voting to stop Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. What the president did last night was obviously so disciplined, shocking on many levels, but no, he doesn't have that power. That doesn't mean he won't try Bob Ferguson on Seattle's morning news. Washington State today is reporting a
"corti" Discussed on WTOP
"The nation's capital. At 1 51. Now you probably won't see this in most of Northern Virginia. But some places it's bring your gun to vote day. The coalition against Gun Violence is bringing guns to polls is irresponsible, but law enforcement says we do have an open carry law and we do have a concealed carry laws. Once you got a permit. Brian Moran, Virginia's secretary of public safety and homeland security guns at schools anywhere in Virginia is illegal. They're also illegal in government buildings in Arlington County, Alexandria, Fairfax County Falls Church, Charlottesville and Richmond, Virginia Citizens Defense League on its website is promoting the event. But warning members to know the law and Moran issues his own polite warning. Beware those laws and have a pleasant safe experience. J. J Green W GOP News The Supreme Court's conservative majority, has delivered a victory to Republicans. It refused yesterday to reinstate a Wisconsin court order that let mail in ballots be received, actually, after election day to be counted. CBS News campaign reporter Cara Corti is following the case last night Supreme Court enforce the Election Day deadline for mail in ballots regardless of postmark. In response, officials at the Wisconsin Election Commission publicly urged voters to ignore the in place October 29th absentee ballot request deadline because officials there know that there's very little chance of a voter's ballot counting if they're not even requesting it until the 29th Last week, Chief Justice John Roberts joined liberals on the court in preserving a similar order in Pennsylvania. Facebook will stop accepting new political ads for a week beginning today, the hill reports. The decision is part of the company's effort to stop the spread of misinformation in the week before Election Day. Politicians and issue groups will be able to continue running previously purchased ads until election day. But as soon as polls close, all political ads will be temporarily taken down for about a week. Facebook and Twitter have both promised to put labels on posts that prematurely claim victory. President. Trump apparently wants to host an election night party at his D C. Hotel reports over the past several days say the campaign has been sending fundraising emails hinting at a party not clear how big it would be because of the pandemic. DC is Capt. Mass gatherings at 50 people. So far, the president has sidestepped those rules which don't hold wait on federal property. Coming up in money news. The markets are mixed so far this afternoon, fewer flights trickles down A DC airports. I've Jeff Global 1.
"corti" Discussed on WTOP
"In the nation's capital. Brought to you by patient first positions, X rays, lab tests and prescription drugs with 20 D C. Metro Area Medical Center. Medical It's 11 41. Now. The Supreme Court's conservative majority delivered victory to Republicans yesterday, refusing to reinstate the lower court order that would have allowed for counting of mail in ballots received after Election Day in Wisconsin. CBS campaign reporter Keira Corti is following the case last night. Supreme Court enforce the Election Day deadline for mail in ballots regardless of postmark. In response, officials at the Wisconsin Election Commission publicly urged voters to ignore the in place October 29th absentee ballot request deadline because officials there know that there's very little chance of a voter's ballot counting if they're not even requesting it until the 29th Last. Great Chief Justice John Roberts joined the Liberals on the court in preserving a similar order in Pennsylvania. 11 42 Sports Betting is a growing industry in the D C area, and it's showing up as a referendum on the Maryland ballot next week. Well today in part two of our Siri's betting on the future, we look at how things were going in one place where you can already make illegal wager. The district. By now, sports betting was supposed to be raking in tens of millions of dollars for the district, but it hasn't worked out that way. I think that's largely due to the pandemic, and then as well. It was a rocky start with some litigation that stalled the implementation. But D C council chairman Phil Mendelson says despite the criticism the city has gotten. It's a concern that the revenues were not what we expected. On the other hand, I think it's too early to judge that it has not worked right. But those who work in the gaming industry strongly disagree while D C legalized physical sports books at venues like Capital, one arena, as well as some bars and restaurants that still ARDS up and running. Yet the only mobile app you can use citywide is run by the D C. Lottery competition tends to bring better promotions and bonuses for consumers tends to bring better pricing, but the district government decided not to allow online competition. And what people hate about the city's APP is the pricing and odds that they get. Chris Grove is a partner of islands and cry Check Gaming, a gambling research and consulting firm, he says. Normally, the online market is 345 times the size of what retailers and yet the sports book at Capital One arena. Some more people stand in line and bet exponentially more in cash last month during a pandemic that you have that kind of sports book out performing an online sportsbook. Speaks volumes. Now the city's APP does generate more tax revenue, even if far fewer people use it. Which is one reason why city leaders aren't calling it the failure that gamblers in the gambling industry say it is next. We'll look at Virginia, which is taking a much different approach than the district, John Dome and w T O P News, 11 44. I am Rich Mackenzie, owner of Metropolitan Bathroom Tile, you've seen those ads were a company covers over your old bath tub and tile walls with a molded plastic.
"corti" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Ah, while their opponent is answering a question you can hear the debate here on W. R nine o'clock president was on the campaign trail in North Carolina as a Biden was sleeping. The president cold Congressman Schiff there, There's an objective newscast. Well going, Joe he was doing so you said you said definitively and authoritatively authoritatively that he was sleeping. I bet you he wasn't making stuff up, making up little jokes in the newscast. It was it was. Ah, it was after nine o'clock. I think so. It probably wasn't awake while I was sleeping for sure that you need you need a nap every day in the Vice President's old anymore, So of course he snaps. The thing is, I mean, we We have an example What Joe Biden is going to be like As president's going to be Ulan. That's going to be you. Well, someone who's level eight of the Dan Paula's at nine o'clock Most levelheaded understands both sides of every issue that just roll over for one side or the other The way you clowns do for it will be a very reach across the aisle. Absolutely. We'll know how Joe Biden will be. Well, I got to tell you this, but this is a good one. Another Trumpism during his rally in North Carolina called Congressman Adam Schiff, Watermelon head. There's a guy acting presidential watermelon head. It's got a true though. I mean, I still Adam shift this guy, the watermelon head, I say That's true. Shifty shit. A watermelon. We're going to miss him. We're going to miss His Majesty's Joe Biden speeches to, you know, looking at Biden's basement. Okay, let's get to some local stuff here. Governor Murphy's quarantine and cut short. A briefing yesterday after he was told to senior staffer had Corona virus just informed by my colleagues that I was in close proximity to someone on Saturday. Who has just tested positive Murphy tested again. He's negative, but he says he's going to take himself off the field as a precaution. Governor Cuomo loosening those restrictions in Queens schools will reopen Monday. Non essential businesses can open as soon as today. The red zones still in place and parts of Brooklyn, the positivity rate they're still pretty high. And remember that story of the California hiker found alive in the Zion National Park after disappearing for two weeks. No food, little water. There was something up with this. I mean, then it works covered this story. 38 year old Holly Suzanne. Corti Air eyes Ah, safe, but they're questioning her story. They say it's unlikely she would have survived that long without anything to eat or drink. She was found just a half a mile from where she was last seen. They also say it's a well traveled area where she should have been able to Teo hears something and maybe even seen the rescue workers. She says. She's survived by drinking the river water, but officials say if you did, you'd probably get sick. So what do you think really happened? Well, I think she has. I think there were some emotional issues with her. He lost his job. Didn't she or something? Yeah, She was a nanny for Corona virus thing. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah. All right. Thanks, Joey be coming up next A Trump and Obama hit the campaign trail, but not Joe Biden. Okay, we'll be right back. Bernie, either with your W O r traffic..
California woman reunited with family after going missing in Utah national park
"Diego woman's mother, who disappeared in Zion National Park nearly two weeks ago has been found alive, according to her family. Holly Corti Air was last seen entering the Utah Park on October 6th National Park Service located her and she left with her family
"corti" Discussed on WTOP
"Rules for the last two presidential debates against Democrat Joe Biden. But the Trump campaign says that the president will still be there. Tuesdays. Opening debate in Cleveland, of course, quickly turned chaotic, with frequent interruptions by the candidates, particularly President Trump On a call with reporters Thursday, Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller stressed There should not be any changes to what's been agreed Teo and forthcoming matchups between the president and former vice president Joe Biden. But Miller also vowed the president fully plans on participating in the 2nd and 3rd debates in this presidential contact. Obvious news. Political reporter Nicole's conga tonight. 40 experts on election and democracy are imploring Congress to back a bill that would give states more time to tally Election results. Group, which includes research legal election of policy experts, is specifically asking Congress to back a bill Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio, introduced in August. The bill would extend the deadlines for ballot counting an electoral college voting. From mid December early January 2021 obvious news reporter Cara Corti During Tuesday's debate, President Trump told people to go into the polls and watch very carefully. That's raised concerns about voter intimidation. Tonight. The head of a local elections board has a strong response. I'm telling you, our board has zero Zero tolerance for any intimidation or wrongdoing at the Poles. To me, it's a criminal offence, and if that occurs, we will get the law enforcement involved. Jim Salik, president of the Montgomery County Board of Elections, says county police will be patrolling every voting center and Dropbox location. The board's Gilberto's Alia says it is possible to become a poll watcher, but you have to make arrangements in advance. Those individuals Can I just show up? Both men appeared at a virtual county council meeting to provide an update on the election. Michelle Bash w T. O P needs still ahead, something unusual happening with some local ballots. The story ahead. 8 37 years Joma Creo, Federal Channel business manager at Poly on enhancing the work from home experience for federal employees sponsored by Polly. I think the key, especially in a remote environment is engagement. Employees need to be engaged. They need to be talking. And if the subject matter isn't relevant for them. The right person for the meeting. I think those are things that have to be looked at, as well as keeping that regular Caden Stone with meetings. I think a lot of this is just good business practice. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news Network search Polly for the foreseeable future, where and how.
"corti" Discussed on WTOP
"Endless Matteo. President Trump makes it official Congratulations in nominating federal appeals Court Judge Amy Cockney Barrett about an hour ago to the Supreme Court. Speaking during the ceremony in the White House, Rose Garden Judge Barrett outlined her approach to the position. A judge must apply the law as written. Judges are not policy makers, and they must be resolute and setting aside any policy views they might hold. Loyola Law University professor Laurie Levinson. On the influence. Judge Barrett could have on the nation's highest Corti impact of putting Judge Barrett on the bench will be that Roe v. Wade very well be overturned or extremely curtailed. Second, I think that will be less of a wall between church and state. Third. There's likely to be great deference by this justice to the decision to the administration, particularly in the area of immigration. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden discussing the need for justice. In the case of Briana Taylor, he tails MSNBC. Those who engage in violence must be held accountable for shooting a police officer tonight. Louisville. Our prayers were with that family. We can express grief and pain and anger, disappointment the way things are but remained focused on building Trust in communities way have to continue to speak her name. Police shooting took place during protests after criminal charges were not filed against the officers involved in the death of Briana Taylor, the US ambassador to the United Nations. Speaking out about tensions in the Security Council, Kelly Crafty, U. S ambassador to the United Nations, spoke with CBS News in an exclusive interview after a contentious week at the U. N General Assembly, which is virtual this year. I am. I'm ashamed to even have to tell you about the council today because this is supposed to be the Security Council, a group of 15 of us that tries to work together for them for the good of the world. And if there was any topic today that you would have thought that they would take this mantra, toe work for the betterment of the world, it would have been on Covic, Pamela Falk, CBS News British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is pledging more than $433 million to the well World Health Organization unless we get our act together and this will unite and turn off fire against our common foe. We know that everyone will lose. Residents in some communities near Houston are being asked to stop using tap water because it may be tainted with the deadly brain eating microbe. This will affect about 120,000 people and thousands in a chemical plant in Freeport and Clemens and in Wayne State prisons. This is CBS News. Del Technologies Advisors are focused on you ready to offer tailored solutions powered by Intel. The pro platform to keep your small business ready. Call 877 Estelle. 63 on this Saturday, September 26 2020 68 degrees going down to the low sixties tonight. Good evening. I'm Sarah Jacobs. And here are the top stories we're following this hour. President.
"corti" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"corti" Discussed on The Minerva PLM TV Podcast Show
"Exactly, that's excellent. So You have your team identified. You've decided higher wants to make decisions in what type of project you're going to run. How you start to communicate all this out and built awareness within the company at large and at what time should you do that as well as well as I communicated with your Corti. Exactly, this is probably one of the most important. Parts of it so I usually start out. When I'm in an engagement is understanding what resources we have what kind of communication does the company already use? Is it? An email blast. Do People read those emails? Is it a poster in the lunchroom? Do you have somebody that that is in charge of this communication because me as a consultant that wants to come in and help you, I can help you develop different assets to deliver to your users. But if they receive an email from me Anna from NERVA, they're probably not going to have a lot of weight. So we also need somebody is gonNA come from HR. Is it going to be coming from of BP or is there an? Team at your company. So there's a lot of different things that come in to it. One message to different users is rarely one thing that's all. So we have an entire communication plan. What kind of communication happens months before To give people a heads up. Are we going to let them know that it's right around the corner? and. What are we going to do with those naysayers when people start giving feedback like I don't like this I don't want this. How're are those things going to be met? So there's quite a lot of things about planning and scheduling and delivering these different assets, and then how are we going to act on that feedback get the feedback. Making sure that might Haitian is really a two way street in it's not just a continuous not email blast. Yeah. Yeah. Important and there's some really cool things you can do with communication you can get a logo so that when somebody sees this article about this project in an email, they're like, oh, that's me I need to watch it or maybe you have a tagline. X. Pila is coming or EP, whatever you're going to name your project. So people start identifying that this matters to me and I need to read this or look at this poster or attend this luncheon or. Go to a workshop. However, you want to be communicating. In fact, most of the time you're going to be using quite a few different communication techniques, his everybody here's a little different some people want to see it. Some people just want to read about it and some people want to participate especially those naysayers you WanNa get them in on your team because you want to convert them up because they're going to be your best. Would you WANNA call him evangelist. Yes. Project goes out. Absolutely. It's super important for everyone to understand that these changes are coming oftentimes as a result of feedback that they've already they giving about new challenges in their job. He should processes internally designed data or even with the downstream and suppliers and whatnot. So. Yet getting them on board and helping every embrace change is absolutely important. And earlier you mentioned that participant identification, you know that's really not your cited train super users to have a huge impact on learning in acceptance across your enterprise. So have many companies to increase their learning acceptance and worsen considerations. So a lot of people. And I think this is kind of a mistake you have your little core team and they do all the development and they're making all the decisions. Hopefully, you have good communication to get those people out of that bubble and out to the rest of the the broader user group but it's a good idea to bring in a fresh team maybe for user acceptance, testing. Or functional testing..
"corti" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"You know it can just happen right but I was thinking about the fact that which is not in control I think a lot of times you eagle kicks in a situation like that is all I got to get control of it to get drugs to control control that'd I'd like that's all that situation shows you you're never truly in control yeah I did a lot I watched it on the way down to DC a when she said you know god took G. G. N. Kobe away because she knew that you could be on a circuit out Colby I started bawling yeah my dermatologist Dr some of the documents because they knew he was having a conversation when it first happened she said the same thing he was like you know their spirits have always been like this bridge will link you know long before they got here knows their spiritual healing gone after their physical bodies are gone she said the same thing like you like they both had to go together because they did their spirits are so intertwined connected one one couldn't live without those on this on this planet now isn't he H. yeah yeah man it is it is showing that you're just not in control you just never right in control and I think if I think that will cause a lot of anxiety right yeah because we just always try to control the future they're trying to control certain outcomes and you just can't nothing could be controlled got enjoyed a moment that's right yeah well what we'll give you more in and give you some updates and what you know what happened in the memorial and all that other stuff we come back to front page news but also a you'll see will be joining us this morning Alexandria cortical Corti Cortes yes he does well because the Cortez that's what color you'll see right this is a C. will join us this morning with you will be here this morning that's right to talk about all everything that's going on in our current world today yes right so we'll pick a winner and a little bit in front page news so we'll tell you about the memorial yesterday Kobe Bryant's memorial and Harvey Weinstein he should be right because right now jail we'll tell you about that so movies the breakfast club good morning it can yeah.
"corti" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"corti" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"With escape from Melbourne Park. And we act Catherine's hotel beer in hand to biz law on his first grab Matt how many do you typically drink yet too? Good to good Catherine's on the first of two weeks ago. Enormous, but it is it is is keep heavy orca. All right. Okay. We'll believe you. We've had a full day tennis, folks, we're gonna get smack into it here on the tennis podcast brought an association with telegraph and trying to think where best to start ready because so much has happened. I've just done the engineer Kerber match against Kimberly Burrell. I can tell you. It's the place to start to say it was one of the worst ever seen in terms of its competitive nature. Six one six two two hundred cab ends Ryan still. Rafael the Dow will we'll go backwards. We'll go backwards. That's what's happening. Thanks because I had about four athletes. That's not really know. What day it is? Let's go backwards and Rafael and the Dow next up he played against and for three games. It was brilliant. Competitive back and forth. Changes of momentum of then. Yeah. Printing, three minutes for the first three games and actually demo had a break point, which he he didn't take. And actually, I think it was. There was a whole overall in Dow's favor that game alive. And then thereafter, very interesting. What she and we'd Leon Smith because we were we were little concerned from Dallas perspective in that. He was running with within noy replaying sort of play Corti tight rowdies looping and the speed of demo is just absurd. Really? And and we were kind of thinking about how you gonna win points because you can't get the Bill passed this guy. Suddenly after three games, it was lighting down made a conscious decision by plane anymore. I am going to just destroy and he just started to take off with every single shotty had his disposal. He went full power. And just a blitz. Rated demon off it was a little bit boy against ma'am, really wasn't. If you line them up. And you just think how is Dimo supposed to live with this physical peace that is. Exactly the review that Nidal wanted that much. I spoke to call us more. Yes. That I and I asked the question does Rafeh particularly relish these matches against the young guys. You know, the opportunity to say I'm gonna second is not your time is still might time expecting assaultive. Prevaricating type perfectly nice but saying nothing responsive like yeah. You know, he really all the matches and call us more, basically. Yeah, he does. So I think man against boy is exactly the review the Raffray was wanting today, and I mean. We haven't learned anything more about dementia tie. Great play. He's still lightning-quick. He's still going to be. Ten. We've just learned that. They're all imitations. You know, it's not an unlimited ceiling. He doesn't have the weapons phone dog can can run around at the back of the court Riley way. And then can suddenly decide on this rally. Boom, four hundred Denno Conti that do feel that when say new Dow retires. I'm not sure that there's that many of the people that could do to dinner or whatnot doubt. Very could on a good day with his big game. But I'm not I'm not convinced. I think demo could live with most the thing is, you know, we're still in the air of federal dollars Yaacob Asia when they are actually gone the standards required to win things is not going to be quite as high as is at the moment because we're talking about probably the three old time greatest. So for Dimona to, you know, push Odile at times tonight and find him. So, you know, just not as good players not quite physically able to live with him. I don't think it's it's not a big crisis for them. Annoys struck me tonight. Sorry, Catherine was ten years since the Dow won the title here. Ten years. No, I hadn't quite sent down. And and grappled with the reason he won the title one's actually said he'd win it twice because I just assumed. Assume in the might better record at USO. But my you kind of think he'll be not by the narratives that we impose upon dome. Maybe actually the the staff in the facts, don't don't bear them out. But I mean..
"corti" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Because all the little big throws that he made all counted game or twenty points. Okay. But but look what they gave up Alex Smith couldn't cash in the reds. Are they going to defense even then they finally drove it at the end of the game Adrian yards for touchdown and with one minute and fifteen seconds left. They had an onside kick that. Again. I'd pick New England that game, and I'm covering my eyes because if they recovered these are the old onside kick rules were much more recoverable, and guess who recovered it that guy gronkowski who used to be gronkowski. And he recovered the onside and save the day in that game original. But. Who's responsible red zone? Well, I'm just saying, but but look what they gave you wanna to talk about been been been. But don't break. I didn't break enough. They bent a lot because twelve of twenty third rent is out of the lot of third-down scout what you do understand in twenty fourteen Tom Brady turn the ball over three times. They had zero points midway through the third quarter game when we talk about fourteen. Zastava? Okay. So you could understand how they could get the forty if Tom turns the ball over and they're not generating anything offensively. They rushed the ball for over two hundred yards running on your point again in the four games against Andy Reid. His team has run the ball and average of one hundred and fifty five yards game. You're probably gonna lose your near lucky that you've pulled out any of those games. And what are the also try to? He's I'm gonna take away your best into weapon. Okay. Who Kansas state is best offensive weapon. You go take. Because these I don't know if you've ever seen anything like this before. Because if you let's just take anybody. Let's look at the Dallas Cowboys and Emmett and Michael in Troy which ROY control the ball like Mahomes, Michael dam. Sure. Couldn't relate. Hi, ric. He'll okay amick run the football. So if you start a, you know, what team were really worried about Michael getting now, he's gonna run that bang a discount post. He gonna run that deep five comeback. That's Michael Irvin. Right. He made a living that skip the big play potential. Tyreek hill is a legitimate touchdown. Anytime. He gets his hands on the ball. So coach check says, okay. I'm going to stack the box. Do you really want to stack the box against tyreek hill and leave him one on one with anybody? No, you don't coach check. If you look at the way, he builds his defense guilt for the most part. They're really really young. He doesn't have a big. He doesn't have a bond Miller. He doesn't have a Khalil Mack doesn't have an Donal. So Ernst fault. Is that he's the personnel director? I don't know. I don't know. Wants to spend Ed Chandler Jones. He wants he wants to spread his money over a lot of areas where the money goes that she's being I don't get it in his pocket when he wakes get if you look at his team, they're really really young and early on. They make a lot of mistakes, but they build and they build in the Bill and then when it gets tied to lateness evening in playoffs. Everybody knows where they're supposed to be and they make plays. So he's gonna give he doesn't care about yards. He don't care if he finished thirty second yards. What he cares about his points? As long as I keep. But out of the Endo kick those field goals 'cause I knew I got a guy what you can feel goes. I gotta guy who's gonna get sailor. So that's the way he approaches skill. But don't be I don't know how young they are. When I start thinking about Chung and. Hightower and Deva Corti, and Stefan Gilmore, I don't know. They seem like old to me. But see he's sprang he's he's sprinkled in trae plows. And he gets van noise. Skipped he gets everybody can't play for him. Remember, Chris long won the Super Bowl. They wanted him back. He says, no I need to go work and be a book ballplayers get I want to rush the passer, you'll give up anything that you want..