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"croker" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:00 min | 2 months ago

"croker" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"And you know, you have to explain to children that they don't have that and that they have to for the rest of their life manage what they eat and eat smaller portions. Then small importance in them would like to. I mean, I had a little 9 year old girl and she came with her father and her father said she gets really close if I don't give her the same amount of her 17 year old brother. Well, a child, a 9 year old child eating what a boy going through his growth photos eating is just really a disaster for that child. But you know, children can be very strongly if they don't get the food, the size, the amount of food that they want, or the second helping that they want. And potentially say that. Yeah, and particularly I guess if they're used to it as well. Yes, if they're used to it, I can understand that. So Helen, let's look at solutions. You mentioned about green spaces and banning advertising. What are you thinking junk food advertising? What do you thinking about these special clinics being set up by the NHS to target these children that are severely obese to try and help them? Is that a good strategy? I think all of these things need to happen, so clearly if you've got families where children are already living with obesity, they're going to need more specialist support to manage that. Weight doesn't just kind of spontaneously drop off people in general. Or they obviously, some people, children do grow out of it naturally, but on the whole they don't. So having more specialist support for families is absolutely critical, but it does need to be supported by these wider environmental changes, otherwise you're expecting families, children, to really sort of act against the environment. It's almost upsetting them up to fail in a way. It's got to be supported by the environment. So we've got to really keep the pressure up to keep the legislation moving through. For example, the junk food advertising, you know, it's really important that those sorts of initiatives are really, you know, kind of push through because all of those things will add up to making a difference. It won't be one thing on its own that solves this. Thank you both so much for your time this morning. Very grateful too. That was doctor Helen croker. She was a senior research fellow at.

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"croker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"croker" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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Beetles eaten alive observed escaping from frog's other end

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00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Beetles eaten alive observed escaping from frog's other end

"Biologists studying the water Beetle finally discovered why it can survive, even though it's constantly being eaten by its primary predator, the dark spotted frog. It turns out these little guys it once they're swallowed by the frog. Just crawl right down and out the frogs, Anis. That's right, Dennis. It's a science word. So apparently 90% of the water beetles who get eaten by these frog survive by doing that, which is again just crawling right out that frogs Croker Come on Dark spotted frog to your food. Here's the amazing thing. And I love this. So the scientists were like, Okay, this is what happens. The Beatles come out alive, the other end. But is that just a natural accident of the Frogs digestive system or the Beatles actively doing it? So they actually and I hate to think of these poor beetles. Paralyzed, some with like wax so that they couldn't move and they fed them alive to the frog. Those Beatles didn't come out,

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"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

16:02 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"I think probably the differences that I suspect if you mark had an absolute love of what he was in the business and the sport I I would say Murdoch's love must be presumably of speak for him but my guess media and the deal so I guess they all similar but I don't think I don't think McCormack the he was in it he loved being in it and the profile and and for what he was he was the guy who had invented a business. When you've invented business in your pioneer I think that's different from being somebody? Who is immoral dealmaker? Whatever so I if the very hard to compare yeah you mentioned before Horst Dassler for example you know he was definitely the king maker and he was extraordinary that he came from this background with added? That's where they could make stuff Happen he if he died very sadly when he in the mid eighties when he was just barely fiftieth cancer. If he had stayed around the landscape would definitely be different. Because because I saw would have gone from strength to strength. They had fever. You E I ac- the Double Af was a powerhouse of the business and obviously that went off in a completely the different direction that he would have been so we've probably dreyfus. Maybe it's because he was another these guys they make stuff happen so the ISIL question question and fever and you mention Valco. who was you know was a obviously a senior position within FIFA and down down then discredited? What what's your take from that episode and where are where are we? Now you think when you look at is sal l.. In that in that period we're talking about is still in the noughties there the ramifications of that is still being felt. It's such a complicated subject but I think if you if you just looked at the way you have. I'm sure it's like Major. Corporations is trying to do business. In strange markets the way business got done in eastern Europe in South America Asia Africa. It's a different world out. There from from the highly regulated markets which are controlled by governance. Now it walls then the wild west and the to the to two two. What's happened with a what did happen with fever? That's it's well-documented so but I think I sell was extraordinary business. But he was before and how everything goes to tender and RFP's then unite was like win seventy-eight World Company now on its generate. Raise some revenues. And we'll all do it for you and help you. So they did. They had a very very very close relationship. Did they go out and put it out tender every time. No they didn't the other bit. You mentioned there was about McCormack in this sort of pre private equity ask you about that. In terms of what how that change things in terms of sports relationship to money and the source of finance is it. Is it different now and it was. It's it's no question whatsoever is completely different now. So I don't remember in the Nineties Private Equity I remember Matthew for example you know getting in and sort of being one of the pond is resident private equity deals and then but if you look around now at breakpoint. CBC Bruin these guys are right in the thick of private equity and then of of course productivity getting involved with club ownership and and the rest of it but it's interesting CBC now even getting involved with private equity not with agencies begun directly to sports obviously directly to F one but for example getting involved with rugby that is a different. That's a different Game Fisher potential and yes attention and there is this. There's always access to capital and their people very entrepreneur and also sport is very seductive and we have seen as we've seen with people investing sport. Who Actually Ashley too much about it? And this is no easy than any other business Look there it's not easy. Don't just buy just you me took you need to keep all the people and you you got to incentivize people go out now. The business goes up and down in the lift and use you as you've seen with infront in their a public offering and what's going on. It's easy we're heading towards the sort of finish line but I'll ask about success Eddie. What succession yes? I have more serious too but I have lots as everyone tells megawatt serious to yes. Who's your favorite character and given your just proximity go to murder? And I think all of broncos because he's answers gets in the trenches he just says f. off and he is just. He appeals to me as a character that it's it's very good. You are your book years talk about that. Yeah golden so three and obeyed and the the reason that the jump there is Elizabeth. Murder was one of the crowd that was very. I'm not quite sure that happened because I I. I didn't when I did that thing with unbound. which he's crowdfunding of the three or four people who've read the book no that it with with crowdfunding? What I did was very simple? View that to raise fifteen fifteen thousand that are also going to do that. Fifty pounds at a time on so the best way to do it was two hundred and fifty pounds of time and the offer was if you put fifty pounds you go name checking the book and so i. I knew I'd need to get sixty those. That'd be fun on and on did just lent on people so some people are in as racehorses somebody has to carry a lot of people hybrid so so nobody got called Rich Gillis. If you'd support their beer Richard in the beginning but you wouldn't be there wasn't that so there's the slippers ten years and the whole world's in there so yes he was all but I think she was just think she was just a supporter unbound an adult so there was no. I didn't know that I mean I think I only saw one of the list in the book so there were some interesting I i. This is from a McSweeney piece in the garden saying that Lee Dixon who's on that list yearly eighteen. Yeah some good names. Mark Austin Austin Austin. I have seats together at some a Chelsea and we watch the Games together and he gave me a very very good coach for the cover I think he he called it. A red top state apply. I'm looking at the the bookshelf. Where the last remaining copies on if anybody you've got to the end of this podcast? They too hard copy. Email me because you probably know me. If you follow the podcast email will get Lincoln. And I'll send you a copy for Christmas elicits holiday rate but I did enjoy doing I think so just to finish off on it. It was but it was a red top. It was a sort of looking into see. Have you read it. I haven't ready. Maybe I've read a article now. Is there an audiobook. You should avoid. The thing was that it was going to be the Besley was. This is a guy called completely out of the I got an agent and because I thought it would make a film and Guy called Andrew Eaton metagogued Andrew Eaton Laden massacres potter and he was a top producing the first series of the crown and he said and he was a revolution films with Markowitz. possums and he said it And I feel like a great movie. Oh right any bought the movie rights but unfortunately then it sort of into the usual. You had the movie rights for year paid me and then it lapsed but it was a shame because I thought it was fairly television and I really enjoyed writing. I'm thinking of I was thinking about writing. Talk about the sports business but also a show that for the moment I'm writing on Spec doesn't really appeal to me but I I enjoyed writing. A novel was a huge amount of fun. It was like going to university. I in twenty four hour party wasn't and yet the trip trip. Yes but he and Andrew Eaton and it's often Sullivan operates as an independent now so But but if there's any movie producer television present there listening can send them a treatment of book one day maybe one day so just around off breath. What's what excites you today? Because given we've talked about your career and how many places it's being in talk. What when you look at sport today? What's your we haven't mentioned the Ho- Cycling News? What's the the did you find interesting? What catches your most good question? I guess.

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"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

10:09 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"I think they made the right decision. I don't think I would have said he wouldn't have had the stamina and other originated an amazing job and I don't think I could've done as good a job and it's probably not really for me a good thing but I did bounce into sportel. which was the sort of making the leap to the to the brave new world of of New Media Media and sport was ahead of its time because in fact at the end of it I'm G I had also had involvement with new media so we'd gone off and got three website contracts that I'm Jay? Thank you mentioned United Bacelona and Brazil which is back and I told that was going to be springboard for what we would do in digital opposed just a Twa. What he was doing then and then I then went to author where it was all go rob herself and it was hysterical and And we were surfing on this. This bubble the DOT COM Combo absolutely dot Com right in the sweet spot and we had sportel now and we doubt Armand Ba- flying back from a holiday in Capetown so I could gum pitch to the Manati Board to put sport loan the money not sure. Can you imagine and it peaked. For one of the highlights. Lots of my life was was guys New York herself and we to meet Murdoch and we ended up in middle private dining room with Lachlan and James and report pitching Ching. Then trying to sell spoiler for Sunday's of millions and callow police. We're also looking at it. Everything and then of course in early two thousand the bubble burst and even a sport will was categorically a great idea but it was ahead of its time and people were just about still doing dial up and it was it. It was just just wasn't going to get that but it was conceptually. It was the right thing to do and it could have been a great business. And if the bubble had burst maybe we would have got it away and sold it so but I I had big. I was friends with Jerem. Valk who was then he had run sportplus which is part of and accomplice and when I'm Jay one of the things we did was. We went for the overseas rights for Premier League TV and we went and we ended up in a joint venture with Fox which was a guy called Inflict Burger Legend in this day. No longer with us. Wonderful Man Jerome representing us and us as I'm Jay and we actually did. We d the Two cycles that so we did. We did six years of that and I became very good friends with Jerome. who was then running sportplus? Then I agreed with him came on leaving sport although I would if they renewed I would work continue to what was prosper sportplus then integrated with don the infamous gentle Donald Duck Doc and who for sports which was the gym so I found myself then in the early two thousands working for sport five which was great because the French will in Paris. The gyms were in Hamburg. And there's no way I I couldn't work with Donald because we didn't have a common language for start and Jerome then moved off from went to to fever and so I worked with German guards. Were great guys to work with based in Hamburg and then what really happened at sport five was that and that was great fun. I enjoy. It wasn't it was. Let me just get on with what I was doing here. Then what happened was that they wanted they. They were rights traders basically the Germans they bought and sold. TV rights particularly from European Federations European clubs. Now the game. Everybody knows how it works. Go Nova the club's came out of the drawers and Algorithm and arrested and they also did this thing called comprehensive marketing so in Germany they have clubs who they did the entire marketing. for which is something we tried over here but we we couldn't make it work so we've so that got abandoned and then they said rob with these TV rights but we didn't do anything with an and Muniz brave new digital world. What should we be doing so I said Okay right song work on as a project so a worse starting at the end of two thousand six into two two thousand seven? I started to work on this and in my usual way I went off. Met Everybody and it included in that on you saw mundane yet. Because he'd been at until you W roy and he'd left because it wasn't working out and take the few guys who starts up a little business cooling form and then I'd heard about premium TV which which is sort of the full hour then. TRL was still trudging along and was owned by a group of bondholders and being run by almost to Charleston China but only slipper very young and I co called him. I'll never forget needs to do so. I see yeah so I went round to see all the and I just. I don't boost his ego but in my thought Broad Smart Young Guy Anyway so I then sport five was by advent private equity and they were in two thousand seven in the sale process and they were trying to sell spoke five. You're talking about eight hundred eight hundred fifty million euros that's also range in. which they they were selling it and I was trying to get this deal done saying I pitch this idea? I said what you need to do is kicked out this by couple of small companies not suggested these two but this was dealer was going to be fifteen or twenty million pound and I couldn't get any traction while they were despic so process was going early on and also the gym is lit should be in Hamburg French in Paris and I said it has to be in London because that is where it's all going on so it's to cut long story short. I have a great great friend of mine called Michael and opposite. He'd been helping me when I was putting the numbers in the deal together and we. We were sitting in a Fox and grapes which is barely one hundred yards from where we are now and he said to me one Sunday night. I understand why you don't do this yourself. How what I do that and he said well if you build it they will come? He said well. I'm not going to tell you how to do it. And so trump is a short story. I said okay so I came home and I sat in this very office that we city in now and I went through my contacts. An awesome Banker private equity done a private equity deal Everybody who was a candidate and I just started writing emails to contact you. People there was a guy called in west who had worked for sky and Sam Chisholm and was a top up TV and he said go see. See this guy called your Mojo so semi mail so that was a Monday Thursday. I'm standing in your Mohammed's office and he was a providence equity and he was packing his office it was literally had Kabul boxes and his son pitched in the day while he's package office and I said where are you going. He said I'm going to work for access industries WHO's that he said a guy called limbo that next so I said okay so he said when you start he said Monday I said well good luck. Shook hands walked out Friday. He brings this. What do you do Monday morning? I said so eight thirty Monday morning I was in Lens House. He was in his tennis. Kitty just at a tennis and I pitched him the idea in twenty minutes or whatever and he said well that's good. I think we should do that. And I thought that's never gonNA happen so I went back to Simon and all I said well. Yes Oh anything will these things like not like that. Is the color storage show. It all happened so he. We bought Premium TV. We bought informed with put the two businesses together Simon and only became joint. CEO's this is summer two thousand seven. I became chairman and off. We went and that was. That's how it that's how it happened. So it was a sequence of events in lock and and of course ironically advent then sold till I get there and like a bought Sport Five World Sport Group and so the rest is history will see how it all pans out again into a current store. Isn't it yes but I mean does zone is and that that story just feels like a and we were. Obviously we were talking to too early on the podcast last US mob. It just feels like the story of the moment and where and following that. He's going to tell us quite a bit in terms of how the next decade is going to again as a Caribbean trump to hang around intelligent successful people and only in Simon. I think have been genuinely pioneers in despite a never ever settled laurels and the things that you know performed did watching Bet Service Omni sport. There was a lot of innovation and and we were growing because we appealed. And when you when you want Peo- you have to have prophets growth in a story over time in the list of it. I don't think that suited really really lens view of life of being entrepreneurial and fast moving all the rest of it so taking pride which then gave a huge amount flexibility and you can take much longer term view of things you can invest in things and really the then re really to go for it with his own which is which is a huge Aw Changes Direction for business effectively. The old perform B. Two B. Business got sold off to Vista and became staff perform and the entire focus now is on design and designers a business and yesterday's agree I think he's defining and the you know the time when everyone even the people down somewhere it's about talk. Ott is if they do it. It's a fascinating business. The other I mean as well as your point point about sort of talented people you've proximity to very rich people is also a feature of your career so you mentioned McCormick Murdoch and Lavat. Nick is there something in common with those two is there is that they just happened to be enormously always. Is there something that you see is a common trait they'd got off Are Suspect Nichols middle. Have the biggest similarities in big media players. I mean I think if you want to go back and look at what. I think. There was an article about Tom Len when he joined to Leeann Basel which is chemicals. Business was the greatest in the history. Wall Street extraordinaire. What he's done with music as well? I think.

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"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Which is which is a great success and then Jonathan came and joined us after your ninety six because he really was? There wasn't the same job there because he'd been commercial director of your ninety six so so he came over at the same time at I. G McCormack personally had always wanted us to get into play management. And I don't like being the play light manage a business. My background was right. Sky Federation Gospel Ship Guy But managing football as I was taught to me if I went into this or the players bar football football ground it was like you know the bar in Star Wars. I mean to me. I don't it's not my world more and in in the boardroom of Fine Committee David Dana. In my suit fine I can do all that but you put me in that thing. It's just it wasn't me but he was determined that we were going to do this. So what him and I never thought it was a really good fit. And you've only got to read you know. The stories of the Telegraph investigation will sustain on this week. There's always going to be the dark arts in that area. Yeah and I thought I'm g enjoyed and still does an amazing reputation for athlete representation. Yeah representing then be on board top. GOPHERS gophers goes back to Arnold Palmer. The handshake everything like that. The idea then Tronto look after football us which is a different world but he was keen that we should do it so we went tov and we acquired about four or five agents around the world brought them into the fold but trying to manage them was the the challenge. Anyway we had an agent Bernie mandate she was in. He's originally Yugoslav. He'd been based in Australia and Mark Viduka was an Australian gone who it was playing for Dinamo Zagreb but this is the time when then Yugoslavia was a very very tough place to be and there was a guy go to German who was the despotic tick local warlord. Whatever and he was seen as he's boy and he had he had a really tough time? Big Guy many of you remember played for Middlesbrough play for Celtic. That seems like a freight Gemini New Great Player. Lovely gone anyway. He got transferred to Celtic. And then when he got here he just basically I think he may have had a bit of post traumatic stress. He sort of went walkabout and I found myself in the thick of this Jonathan Hill and I found ourselves in Dogrib in the snow with Fergus. McCann who was in the chairman of Celtic in basically a car chase and I remember. I remember the exact with Jonathan. I was sitting in the back of the concept. I actually think this is how I was going to go asset. A set is slow down to tells. It's they know where we're going. We went they ended up having this shuttle diplomacy up and down in this hotel and at one point he he ended up mark in hiding in our house and I was living in poverty and Jim White was doorstep in me and it was all stuff going and I remember unfocused McCain was in Florida whose ring at four in the morning and I remember Joanna saying one of us is going. Is it me or is it mark. I said I said it's Mark Okay and so it was just. It's a funny story now but at the time it was very stressful. It wasn't my world and I didn't know it and I just never thought he was a great fit for. I'm Jay Martin. What is to be? I think it's sort of fizzled out. What was what was McCormack? Like he was extremely guy. I would say that those very briefly I think I work for the two guys who both shaped our industries no question whatsoever the mark shape. The industry streamed so many ways particularly with athlete representation with the infamous and chat with Arnold Palmer and then representing tennis players and that led to other things like for example representing Wimbledon. I also worked for Horst Astle. who had come from the other side was then it was the son of Eddie Dassler? Who founded an horse dassler was? I would say a I would say invented federation marketing with Patrick me. She's ally nine hundred seventy eight. When the First World Cup people wanted to expand the workout handle the money needed commercial income? And they did that. We're creating the soccer four program so mark was a guy and he grew that business and remember one saint-marc we had our famous sort of shooting. Glenn getaways that he was I said to him. I said would you rather be ten percent more profitable ten percent bigger and you will not be any wasn't really sure I mean he. He was not an Ebay doggone. This was this was. This was a different time before private equity. This was when he just wanted to grow. The business have amazing people amazing clients and he disliked being in the business for being in the business and it just wasn't run. I mean he loved the fact that he would get seduced. ACACIA by Wall Street say Arcade Flight Your Business. But he wasn't isn't really. I never sensed he was bullet. I I would say that I'm Jay would have been a different animal if he had been prepared to share more of the equity and the upside with some of his senior people and I think that the great thing which he said as an inbuilt redundancy in what we we do as agents the better job you do for client the more likely you are to get fired so you know you take you pay them guarantee you go out and get sponsors you you do a great job but the next cycle they go. Well we don't need the guarantee because they're going to renew so we don't WanNa pay you that commission we want to pay you less and therefore you have to permanently reinvent yourself and therefore to and to operate in that environment you need to be a real entrepreneur. You need to be risk-taker and as our businesses grown particularly into the new ERA PEOPLE WANNA be compensated in line with the fact that you know. You're the dealmaker. You're an entrepreneur. So I think he saw if you say something like James Erskine Skins typical guy who went off to do. I'm Jay Australia and then left to do his own thing. And you saw Ian Leave and go to Nike and then come back and do other things and I think you you could say that of other guys lower down the organization. That's what we did. I I went to. I'm Jay is a mature student. A lot of people when they're when they young came up through the law department all the finance department. Yeah I went as a mature. I must be nearly forty when our went. So I was a grown-up but I love the experience. Because it was amazing can-do environment there were a lot of agencies for fiddling around and we're making any money but when you walk through I'm Jay. When they went for a piece of work you know we can get this? We will make this work. They had a phenomenal track record record. Sorry to say that the the answer to the sort of the agency dilemma. Their ED redundancy point is ownership presumably is that is that because mccomb it was always. There was an early example. I need to own the event as well in terms of Gulf. That's and then we use and I'm certainly got into. The business of owning Gulf events will match play owning tennis events. There was a logic. Then I think then and there wasn't enough now there would be a lot more scrutiny of people saying Oh you know there's got to be Johnny's walls conflicts of interest but then just making stuff happen and I you think that a lot of people who have invested in sports sports agencies thinks it's about during the due diligence on the contracts that you have in the people you represent but in fact it's about it's about people and advertising agencies used to this The people go down to the left is the talent hines choose to drop your next next next week. And they go to another agency but they'll be pitch piece of business and I think the agency business as he was and clearly that has changed completely now the agency business has this was was very much about people but I'm Jay also had a lot of Ip and things that he owned. Yeah you can see that today. Only obviously we're now now looking at endeavor you know and and that is based on buying will again make bets I guess is the same. The processes is happening. Yes we see. I mean if you say you know in from buying on man certainly endeavour with say UFC which there connected with or yes you can buy assets as agencies now but The world is changing is a good book about McCormick has never been Emini. wrote books himself But there's never been a question on biography. Naught there must be one but I'm learning I think there was a guy is only there was a guy who wrote who he worked with wrote articles and his name was not writer. And that's that's true and I think he. Yeah so when there was a sort of a magazine articles or you know day in the life of Martin. I think outrider was the guy who did that. We always used to get these these monthly notes about his favorite favorite restaurants and things like tips new then had to give the five people. You wanted to send it to Brian. Okay fine so you so do so. He lied to all that but is there. Is there a definitive negative biography. I don't know I mean I think that something. I'll have full about these. A book about the sports industry would be quite interesting one today. All the history of sports business sports marketing surely. Surely you're the man to Toronto. I think yes. That's another story right. Let's go then to. We're now into the nineties and sport five again and and other sort of agency which I want Mitt Janklow Domo and character. What was that speak French? I didn't but he was sort of. Well let me just exactly how it got there. Was it so interesting interlude. which is vaguely topic so in? We're not. We're not unfinished at I M G and the reason I left I'm Jay was Ian Todd goal and there are a lot of changes the management on to a lot of and I come to run. Its course ready for me. That would have an enormous amount of fun doing it. Then I was. It was quite interesting Tom Because I went for the for the only time I've gone for a job that somebody else was already the incumbent I went for the job to as the CEO of the Premier League so it got down to to go down to me and scooter more. And.

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"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Five million we were using. I'm Jay to provide programming programming and because a lot of people who was going to be a demand problem actually it was a supply problem because the infamous square remember. It's smart to be square. They won't see small career for techies thing work. And if you've still got one now you probably use you as a bird type because it was hopeless and we reckoned in the first year of broadcasting the number review as we had it would have been cheaper. Actually send every viewer to every single event that we've covered the super bowl and the rest of it but I had an enormous amount of fun from there because it was creating channel CRATIA channel. Identity hiring talent Doing rights deals and it was. It was a brave new world. I loved it. I mean not my like my career has always been startups. I mean I've never had a job that I inherited from anybody else. It's always been the blank sheet. Two pipeline loved the photo carpenter is GonNa make something happen here and Murdoch at that point so this is pre primarily. Oh yes yeah. Yeah I mean this is this is pretty well documented. This was betting the ranch on this and nearly I mean that merger happening he was is right and you have to admire. It seems to be characteristic of those sort of people that they are prepared to the ranch and he was he was betting. The ranch on making pay-tv pay-tv work which of course in the end he did. But you know you remember that the dark days of Scott when they the only revenue source habits from the coffee machine. I mean it was not you know anyone goes back and reads the history of these things it was it was a it was a challenge from there. Then is that just on just pausing on cheerleader. Really differ second. We saw that too. But I mean I remember that very own that generation where I can I can remember channel four and I really got into American foot when away the and then when it went off. Geno foyer and I'm not into it now. No and I'm sometimes wonder why and it was. Almost it's like there was a sort of it was television product. There was a sort of exoticism to get to know people from a distance the Fridge John Regan Dan Marino types when they started to come over to London play. The the sort of magic cited dissipate for me and it became. What's funny because of listening to your Henry Chapel? PODCAST talk about do American sports work over here and I think that the things we had this magic when we started that nobody knew anything about it and it was a brilliant format because if you remember. NFL films these guys going with sixty mill and shooting every game so by the time the following Sunday Sunday came. We'd had we had all footage of every game we had the NFL films stuff. We were then portable is rock music on it and it had it was it was frustrated. And you're right it was the redskins with riggings. It was Chicago bears. It was German Tanna. It was Dan Marino. It was the very sexy teams and all of us but it did become a victim the unsuccessful I remember when we started doing the Super Bowl long people this is going on a date and what else and so the inevitable it became. I think a little bit. The victim of its success is that nobody wants to watch the they. They realize that the long form was nothing like is exciting and of course what was happening was the newspapers were carrying the results. So it was a massive spoiler and it was not but and also served on the back of channel four being brave new world as well and so it it did change and and you know we did baseball and we did other sports. Broadly other American sports here. But I think that was the challenge with NFL. It's very high. I've always taken the view that people want to change the world map. All American sports would like to have a presence around the world. But if you actually look at where the world's Sporty Matt was back then in the eighty s and where it is now which countries have actually really embraced a new sport. You might say basketball's got stronger in China but has cricket really really call honest anywhere new. No probably not has baseball. Probably don't it's actually very hard to get genuine real grassroots support. Offer a sport in a new market. Yeah and also Yes we played basketball here but nobody plays NFL. Because it's just too complicated advocated. And it's the London franchise these conversations as Beginning they they sort of these strands that go back thirty forty fifty years in some cases he's but the NFL franchise compensation is one sort of hardy perennial two we have annually but it is a different type of relationship. I guess isn't it. When you're from MM someone watching a highlight show to then being a redskins fan different bears fan? I suppose still technically I couldn't name a says plan now because I don't follow the team but just because at the time I love the Bears Waco Bob Payton some of you remember from Chicago Pizza Pie Factory. We actually hired him as our present because as we did a sky. NFL show was presented. He was fantastic. You know. We're seeing big agency groups still making that pumped on me in terms of baseball the summer you've had the NFL in town a lot of money still making saint back. Yes I can understand that. And they'll continue to do that but at least now bring you over. Competitive Games makes think does make a huge difference. I I'M GONNA walk sat group with Johnny Hill. Yes which brings us to I N G so he was. He was a new. Were very much involved in a couple of questions. And we're talk. We're into the nineties now. And he said ask him about. I know what you're GONNA say. What do you think he's going to ask me about Mark Viduka on the list? Yeah what else Gazza. He said the fee for Cairo convention or in the way. Let's talk about him up. Well the thing was when I went to a very very very good friend of mine Could in taught who was running I am g outside America at the time also literally got me almost on a bicycle which was another life changing thing and and he had held the view which is fairly obvious that it was. It was bizarre. The number one sports agency the world. I'm Jay was not involved in one. Mm Sport in the world that there had been a hysterical thing where at one point they sent off emission from the US to go South America to write a report. Because I did not on very little presence to be sent off to come to turn South America comeback with a report a report. I remember seeing a copy of flicking through going to get to football. What am I going to war? It was tennis Polo. There was your name but there was no football in it and you thought it just wasn't in their mindset and and so I joined I'm Jay took my partner in Crime Paul Smith who was a legendary sports marketeer. Who would have been working with Frank Lowe with the reason not going to? I was working for Frank. Lowe the advertising bureau who then became autism but at the time he had got a business called the white company changes name to all. I was running that and we tried to bar. CPA which from Gog Alan Callan. Who Was Sports Industry Guru aroo sadly no longer with us and we were that had the commercial rights to the Rugby World Cup and they also under Scottish Odin A? We thought this was a no brainer. But I could. We couldn't get this square peg of we've got future rights of future revenues and a contract into the round hole of how into public route. which was the Holding Company both staff and we got very frustrated and we were trying to this deal for three months and intone ended up doing on the phone in two hours with Alan Callan Liz frustration? And so pulling I'd we're ready to even even even then said to me. We ought to be doing something to football so he said. Why don't you come so I went to? I'm Jay because of the in and we hit the ground running with immediately really we got into the FAA. We're trying to deal with Wembley to create a commercial program and they couldn't do it without Wembley putting their rights in this bizarre is actually actually went back to my father at the FA been when they had the Olympic gallery around the top of Wembley. You're part of the deal for Wembley to build that was the deal with the FAA was the FA seed some brought to light premature advertising to Wembley so the FAA could never put a commercial program together until they put those rights together and to do that. You have to buy Wembley. Therefore they needed to guarantee and as I g we came in put up a guarantee the FA we can't we came up with commercial called total football very very innovative and we created a New England. Commercial Program called team England. We went off. We we sold them. We sold two little words if you remember. The we sold green flagged for the national team and only went and that was an enormous amount. Success and Jonathan Hill was so I was doing that at I N G Jonathan who was our client so he was the commercial director of the FA working on Euro Ninety six which was which is another Enormously fun project including coming up with the idea of the Umbro Cup. We came up with that so I'm an broke up was the idea was and I. I'm going to give Paul Smith most of the credit for this but I'm Patrick Patrick. Little bit is the one who said why not do test of the year before the IOS now. Everybody does it at the Monday toe to everybody. Now does a test event with the Stadia Media Ninety five it was. I'm going to try remember now. Certainly Sweden Japan Brazil England and we played games around the country and it was actually funny. Is that when we sold the rights to the Japan we let them have the sponsored. They had an option on the sponsorship rights. ooh That's do was tell us who the sponsor was that we were going to call it that anyway. The date came and went so with months to go to the tournament when sponsor sorry memory at Multan Polaroid Umbro Said said multi wanted decent. Well Yeah East. How much is it? How much have you got said? I'll give you twenty five thousand. I said done it became the Umbro Cup and they loved and loved it so much that the end of the tournament gives another twenty five because they simply just be the best thing we've ever done so we did the Umbro Cup and it was a great success and that was the forerunner for your eighty six..

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"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

Unofficial Partner Podcast

15:25 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast

"Gillis welcome to the final unofficial podcast of twenty nine thousand nine this week and Sean went to Wimbledon to me. Andrew croker celebrity home overlooking the common talking to Andrew about his career is like a tour of the sports business over the last forty years people by cast of characters Erickson including mark McCormack Rupert Murdoch and lend bullivant nick among many many others. He's a great storyteller and I'm sure you'll enjoy the next hour or so. In his company we ended up in mills private dining room with Lachlan and James and report pitching we within trying to sell sport or for Sunday's of millions as mentioned this is the final part for twenty nine teen and we'll be back in the first week of January with the first unofficial partner of two thousand twenty. We got some brilliant in guests lined up for the next year and big plans for some live recordings which will share with you. And you course until then myself Sean. And the rest of the unofficial not want to thank you for your company over the course of this year and wish all our regular listeners and merry Christmas a prosperous and safe New Year his Andrew Croker..

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"croker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Sixty seven twenty three she is with the national diversity coalition she is the Mexican American adviser and also you got a new gig with turning point right welcome Stephanie back to America trends it is good to have you spend some your time in southern California but all over the nation as well and a lot in DC working with all things trump so tell us what you're up to so he was just here many of you were able to see and we just heard from the present here back in September it was great he said keep up the great work and keep pressing forward we have less than one year until he's reelected star excited about that this week marks one year yeah we'll be celebrating again I am very excited about that I'm also a turning point USA ambassador a lot about that has to do many of you probably know Charlie Croker founder what we're trying to do is to educate the young voters specifically the millennials we want to make sure we educate them and provide them the proper details to not only help to make the best decision but the more conservative moderate help them understand the laws what you're actually voting for and in essence make sure you are registered about Charlie Kirk he's easy to follow on online on Twitter specially because many times a day with the issues at hand and and sorting them out but he also what I love he'll go to where there are crowds gathered whether it's on the left on the right he does try to talk to people one on one and say so what do you like about trouble what don't you like talk to me about the real issues here correct so what he does is with a whole group of us all of us we try to educate the voters we try to insure maybe you're not a Die Hard Republican year not this far on the last we're more of a moderate group we are actually voting for the candidate not the party as we all know many of us voted for president trump because of the person not the party although most of us are Republicans what Charlie dies in essence you'll see him at college campuses you could have seen us in Arizona last month promoting the second amendment shooting guns yeah we were shooting guns all over Arizona right gosh you name it we shot it however but what Charlie doesn't he tries to empower and educate those young voters you know they are our future we.

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"croker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Stephanie Meyer she is with the national diversity coalition she is the Mexican American adviser and also you've got a new gig with turning point right welcome Stephanie back to America trends have you spend some your time in southern California but all over the nation as well and a lot in DC working with all things trump so tell us what you're up to so he was just here I don't know if any of you were able to see and we just heard from the present here back in September it was great he said keep up the great work and keep pressing forward we have less than one year until he's reelected we're excited about that this week marks one year and here again next year will be celebrating again I am very excited about that I'm also a turning point USA ambassador a lot about that has to do many of you probably know Charlie Croker founder all what we're trying to do is to educate the young voter specifically the millennials we want to make sure we educate them and provide them the proper details to not only help to make the best decision but the more conservative moderate help them understand the laws what you're actually voting for and in essence make sure you are registered about Charlie Kirk he's easy to follow on online on Twitter specially because many times a day with the issues at hand and and sorting them out but he also what I love he'll go to where there are crowds gathered whether it's on the left on the right he does try to talk to people one on one and say so what do you like about trouble what don't you like talk to me about the real issues here correct so what he does is with a whole group of us all of us we try to educate the voter we try to insure maybe you're not a Die Hard Republican year not this far on the last we're more of a moderate group we are actually voting for the candidate not the party as we all know many of us voted for president trump because of the person not the party although most of us are Republicans what Charlie dies in essence you'll see him at college campuses you could have seen us in Arizona last month promoting the second amendment shooting guns yeah we were shooting guns all over Arizona right gosh you name it we shot it however but what Charlie doesn't he tries to empower and educate those young voters you know they are our future we need.

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"croker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"A she is with the national diversity coalition she is the Mexican American adviser and also you got a new gig with turning point right welcome Stephanie back to America trends it is good to have you spend some your time in southern California but all over the nation as well and a lot in DC working with all things trump so tell us what you're up to so he was just here I don't know if any of you were able to see and we just heard from the present here back in September it was great he's and keep up the great work and keep pressing forward we have less than one year until he's reelected we're excited about that this week marks one year yeah we'll be celebrating again I am very excited about that I'm also a turning point USA ambassador so what about that has to do many of you probably know Charlie Croker founder what we're trying to do is to educate the young voter specifically the millennials we want to make sure we educate them and provide them the proper details to not only help to make the best decision but the more conservative moderate help them understand the laws what you're actually voting for and in essence make sure you are registered about Charlie Kirk he's easy to follow on online on Twitter specially because many times a day with the issues at hand and and sorting them out but he also what I love he'll go to where there are crowds gathered whether it's on the left on the right he does try to talk to people one on one and say so what do you like about trouble what don't you like talk to me about the real issues here correct so what he does is with a whole group of us all of us we try to educate the voter we try to insure maybe you're not a Die Hard Republican year not this far on the last we're more of a moderate group we are actually voting for the candidate not the party as we all know many of us voted for president trump because of the person not the party although most of us are Republicans what Charlie dies in essence you'll see him at college campuses you could C. as in Arizona last month promoting the second amendment shooting guns yeah we were shooting guns all over Arizona right gosh you name it we shot it however but what Charlie doesn't he tries to empower and educate those young voters you know they are our future we need.

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"croker" Discussed on Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy  | Pop Culture

Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Clock Dodgers Podcast - Motivation | Fantasy Football | Comedy | Pop Culture

"Peter Peter. You have anything in this brief moment that we've left you with even if it's just something you're patriots page. We'll recommend two weeks in a row doesn't matter I would thinking fantasy football both plug. Al Dot Com just engaged. Anyone doesn't know that you can go to a odds dot com and download most of the stuff. We've been talking about full free like target Sharon. This stuff seems seems like so you know you have to behind the scenes to get this data that like dot com just been transplanted. Just put it out for free. Just click download and <hes> and you can see it all the way from two thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand nine to two thousand nineteen and that's really neat but then you guys were talking about inspirational books and stuff and I haven't been doing much fun reading lately must have been like academic wouldn't be interested in and so I started. I think <hes> maybe I shouldn't I tell you what a film just watch just random links and I was looking for something to put on and while I was working with <hes> come hell or high water. It's really interesting film. I ended up watching it more than I was working. So it was is more engaging than I thought it was. GonNa be as a story to guys <hes> two brothers who end up robbing a whole bunch of banks and the guy who's chasing him so it's just like fun background noise right and is actually fairly interesting subplot sub story going on there about <hes> <hes> what's right and wrong and what's going on right now with <hes> a drastic changes coaches fishy in places that have lower economic benefits to say in an academic fashion but it was really. It was really good movie. I'm forgetting who they had in it was drift bridges and <hes> God though two of the really big actors in it as well but it was a lotta fun and it wasn't a thinker but it had that in there if you want entertaining and I'd recommend that they go yeah I gotta check it out for anyone wondering he is talking about the podcast when he said he was watching it instead of working. He's talking about this episode of you know what <hes> No. I liked how I mentioned Bennett having enough and kind of paint it full ordinarily you did man you paid it forward instead a shout out there. You were just pay it forward so that was pretty cool of you and Josh. I'm disappointed. You had nothing this week so as the teacher I'm going to force you to come with to next. Week's <hes> make off. If you're poor performance <hes> no that's it guys. This was a great episode <hes> again Peter. Tell them where they can find you on twitter and all that good stuff gets I I. I'm pretty much <hes> a mercenary all you'll find me everywhere but if you WanNa as she find me. I'm pretty much on twitter twenty four hours a day. That's at PA howdy an in 'cause. I live very sad twitter centric life. I I'm there. If you want everyone chat football. You Know Bug me about my Dede Westbrook loves. That'd be fun where that works. We appreciate it. I know Josh appreciates it. We all appreciate you being here. I don't appreciate it you can find atom at the other F F Guy. You can find Josh at JC Jason Croker or probably somewhere stock in Peter's page <hes> as I really do not for nothing because the way too much time on <hes> you can find me at clock dodgers everywhere <hes> again subscribe to the podcast review share it with the friend all that good stuff we love. It'd be guys again. Peter Thank you for coming on everyone's invited Peter. We appreciate you beater. Josh and you WanNa Think Shakespeare Waiver Shit time problem man had very good the time coming on it's nice to get to talk to you finally absolutely well. That's it Peter as always everyone listening be kind. Be Great keep dodging.

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"croker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"croker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Coming wells. One person has been killed in a shooting near north forty fifth and west right streets. The incident occurred just before seven pm yesterday. The Milwaukee county, medical examiner's, office was called to the scene around eight pm. This story is still developing a correctional officer in Racine county has been arrested and facing multiple felony charges after being accused of sexually assaulting an inmate the inmate told investigators yesterday that she had been threatened choked sexually assaulted and forced to perform sex acts on corrections officer, James. Faulkner born born was interviewed and reportedly admitted to having sexual contact with the inmate. He is now facing three charges of second degree sexual assault. One count of intimidation of a victim strangulation and suffocation misconduct in office and delivery of legal articles to an inmate. He is being held in Racine county jail on just under one hundred eighty thousand dollars cash bond. It was DNA evidence at teasers bar that helped investigators connect del Cuevas ward in the death of racing. Police officer John Hedlund the criminal complaint against war. States that he entered teasers on June seventeenth to rob it. While Hetland was there off duty today's TM J, Katie Croker, while ward was distracted with getting the money Hetland climbed over the bar and proceeded to get an physical altercation with ward ward, pushed Hetland back about two to three feet and fired his handgun at headlands. Chest ward will make his initial appearance for the case on Monday for charges of first degree intentional homicide armed robbery. And possessing a firearm funeral services are being held this weekend for fallen Milwaukee police officer coup. Her chief L morale, spoke, it yesterday service praising officer her in the community. He represented author.

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"croker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"croker" Discussed on KCRW

"Still to come jams from THEO? Croker subtracts Shafie coup Saint. Brian Jarman Pinto. With new music jets, amber, Martin and lots more. Stay tuned. Do. Do. Silly support comes from the Getty experienced some of today's most exciting indie bands at off the four, oh five the gettys annual outdoor summer concert series on Saturday, June twenty second Lorraine makes her Los Angeles debut, bringing her take on ninety are and be musique concrete, and ambient sound games to the Getty for an evening of live music of. It's stunning architecture and sunset us. Learn more at Getty dot EDU slash three sixty. Hey, you serve some, thanks. You already give to KCRW sustaining number every month. And you listen to our shows every day you strapped podcast tell your friends about them, you even have a sticker on the back of your car. So how else can you support the station that you love? Well, the car you mentioned, you know, it's not gonna last you forever. And when it's time to size up or down, or go electric, you can donate your car to help KCRW thrive. Just go to KCRW dot com slash cars. We'll take it off your hands..

"croker" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"croker" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Show. Armstrong and Getty, this is smart. Now, remember that? It's not so Croker on those airplanes. More. Yeah, we'll try the whole pack is kind of. Scoreboard. Wasn't that good? Guy, they are jokes to be never saw the central male him. Here's a local news update on either Springfield seven almost thirty war. Kati K, U, D, new stock five ninety what start to this may twenty one looks like a little dry out. Maybe been a little bit the sun. Come stay. And then pretty much all of that goes away as we knock on the door of the holiday weekend here coming up..

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"croker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"croker" Discussed on KCRW

"New single called mixer. Dropping in mid-may from field. Croker Scott star people nation. Trumpets that soon understand yourself featuring chronics at the Mike Kroger. Round the corner music from Cesaria kindness. Possum orchestra collective covering Trump. Call quest brand new music from sweating clink shoot. Lots more to share. Stay tuned. Do. So in the nineteen eighties devil, worshippers daycare centers across the nation were doing horrible unthinkable things to the children. They were supposed to be taken care of. They were taking off all their clothes, and they were chanting, and they were wearing monster masks animals in the house that they're also using to abuse the children with accept it. Never happened. The Tanic panic this week on the document case of us mash of documentaries radio get it wherever fine podcasts are downloaded. Music on KCRW for your mother man, this new EP from sweats and clinkers hot is fish, grease brilliant, blue as the cut. From the low moon EP from Swanson clank currently based in Los Angeles. Also, very special tribute to attract called quest midnight marauders. Presented by undercover. We are from awesome orchestra collective featuring. Ryan Cole starts Steve Biko. Caesaria ever in a set? Sunday about on the body and soul vocal mix and new music from kindness. At the top of the set cry everything. Tecom Toro, Imola and musical shoot. France in Brazil, getting together with the sparked by Cullen and g mellow. Classic wind and fire. More to come. Stay tuned. Support comes from the Ford theaters opening the twenty thousand nine season with jazz supergroup, the spring court debt on April twenty seven any jazz master Jack DIGI net will be joined by Grammy winning saxophonist. Joe levino Argentine pianist layoff Genevisi and interdisciplinary creator Esperanza Spalding stepping back into base for this. Rare gathering start this summer early tickets and info at Ford theaters dot org.

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"croker" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"croker" Discussed on KCRW

"Not. Let's see coming up music That's over. new from shooter. In the work is. She's bitter Kate sweet. And H tackle. and rebuke on the techno tip. What sort of in wa LA Bamba? Renna music from trumpeter. Theo Croker, teaming up with chronics. Classic Peter Tosh line robbing. Doing something. Both new injury. Reserve Everybody new EP knows. tits worth and friends. Brand new EP sweats and clank new She's. music from Bill Blackpool was out of Texas. She's my. And so much more to share. So thank you for joining us. Stay tuned. KCRW? To see the invisible main dry when you come to make her you'll never she'll be waiting. Play like a quarter take to be. And that McCain hurrah say gosh, he plays split this with. With..

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"croker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"croker" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A we can find ways to have little victories in big victories on the way to our wins. Dietrich was signed by the reds over the winter for moments like that to strengthen the bench come off. Pinch hit Layton games after circling the basis for the homerun Cincinnati fans demand. He come back out for a curtain call the first of his big league career. You can watch all the highlights. Seven have a wwl w dot com. Now, the latest traffic and weather together from the UCLA traffic center on national doctors day. We thank you. Appreciate oh, doctors caring for our communities highways in fairly good shape. There is a what's left them a hit skip northbound seventy one on the right shoulder near the tunnel. Southbound seventy one's doing just fine through blue ash and Kenwood same for southbound seventy through one Chuck Ingram. Newsradio seven hundred w insurance. At farmers insurance. We know every windshield collision has a unique sound beetle bird poop. Drone seen it covered it, Dr farmers. Underwritten by farmers insurance exchange center affiliates available in every state now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center. Moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear debt, his dot com. Spotty showers all day today with a high of sixty the rain continues tonight, low fifty four showers tomorrow with scattered storm possible in a high of sixty degrees by Sunday at sunny, but it turns colder with a high of forty four fifty two degrees right now. This news service Croker go right police officer's been injured in a confrontation with teams outside a movie theater where a large group of kids had gathered after a show last night. The officer will be okay. But a statement from the department says what happened is completely unacceptable and was entirely preventable. Police are asking parents to be aware movie times had to pick up their children soon as the film seeing ends the escape theater and north gates policies require children under sixteen leave the theater within twenty minutes of the end of any show after nine o'clock man locked up for causing a deadly drugged driving crash died from an overdose. He suffered locked up in the Hamilton county Justice center, Jeff says, they don't know how Satinder Singh obtained drugs. He's the man arrested after running his car over the on hobble Streep. He had a father was pushing his young. Son in a stroller. Little boy was killed. Prosecutors say sing driving under the influence of null and cocaine at the time saw him yesterday in the opening day parade the crew of a brand new navy ship that bears Cincinnati's name. Meaning today with local workers who built that ship's engines offers dealers opportunity to visit.

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Kroger fourth-quarter profit slides as investments weigh

Mike McConnell

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Kroger fourth-quarter profit slides as investments weigh

"And we have news on our friends at Kroger. And it's not necessarily good. No, it really isn't. Unfortunately, Kroger's actually showing just how tough things are for traditional supermarkets. The holiday period the fourth quarter. They reported earnings that missed estimates revenue on the light side. Same store sales just met expectations. The grocery giant also offers a forecast for the year that is weaker than what analysts were looking for. It shares right now are down nine and a quarter percent pre-market. Now Croker is lowering prices it's been remodeling stores at centralizing ecommerce operation, but all those moves have really hit sales and shareholders had hoped. The heavy lifting was done for now. Those investments will start to bear fruit this year. But the forecast is

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