17 Burst results for "David Carey"

"david carey" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

06:21 min | 11 months ago

"david carey" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"It was the luckiest thing I've seen in a really long time. But you know not good kind of interesting. It was originally thought to remain. The original. Yeah, the one just to be convinced David Carradine on or is it a kerosene? David Carey And but Sylvester stallone plays the baby face, so David carrying plays the anti hero and and semesters. Stallone plays the the baby face. Good guy inside the world. Who's rally, so the setup is? People have to there's there's a race every year and the people make the raise. They have to get points by killing pedestrians. People walking right. There's a budget icky horrible stuff goes with that. So carrying plays like the heavy use been maimed and injured, but has managed to win three times or something and sly stallone plays the always second-place face, good guy to David Carradine's bad guy, and it is it is it is exploitative and Schlocky and horrifying, but I'm glad I watched it so corman. It's Gorman. It is I. Think maybe the most Corman. I don't know for sure. Begin carrying of course famously took the role income. Fu that bruce leak created as a series and ESPN put out a two hour Bruce Lee documentary called me water over the weekend, which is really worth watching what in Crow? Being very young, it's one of those like Bruce. Louis forget how short of a career he actually had an America because it's so many in Hong Kong, and you pass away before enter. The dragon actually came out So that was part of the you know the legend but there's so much we we've seen all. All the footage you see, the screen tests the famous Green Hornet screen. Tests all. He had done but they even so they found some really old archival footage of his first few movies in Hong Kong solace. That's definitely while recommended criterion speaking of that. They just put out a pack of Jackie Chan movies. Going from like his old like late seventies stuff the hyena movies to ends with police story. Police Story to has also been releasing films by African. American directors for four free. Yes, yes. As part of the contributing to the National Discussion and You know everybody doing their part in those little little gestures a lot. Yeah, and then the other recommendation I wanNA give is finding the Amazon. Prime has just a wealth of documentaries that are like these kind of some are high quality summer, the more kickstarter like documentaries. One last night. Yes, this one's called waves. It is super high quality. It's directed by. A woman who's the professor of sound at USC I wanNA say but it basically is a history of sound films starting with the jazz singer time you heard. Talkie all the way to the creation of Dolby with you know apocalypse now and really profiles. Walter Merch and Ben Burtt. From how exciting! How? Rights from of traffic park and Pixar fame their careers, and basically they all came from that same school of like Walter Merch with Lucas, and for Coppola and an Ben Burtt was hired for Star Wars because Alzheimer's wasn't available, and Gary is from was hired for for Pixar because Ben Burtt wasn't available how they're all. Sound designers and sound editors yeah, but the whole spectrum of no fully to special effects audio dialogues eighty are. All that stuff? I've been watching a ton of videos online of this old Tony. WHO's a youtube maker very entertaining, very unassuming with some lots of really great. Great. Great Shop. Advice and actual execution of said shop advice been all the machine tools for me. That's I can't stop watching videos of machine tool operation. and I know that speaking of Youtube. Shoe shop work. We're doing Ortiz a collaboration. That's coming up in the coming months. with Andrew Kline whose who reached out to you after a livestream at their acuity a? Working with you on a workbench. Yes, someone was asking me about my bench, and I did a I talked about the bench, and I talked about making one and talked about various options that I understood I needed. Something and Andrew reached out and said I make these benches. Familiar with his vices, which are use a very have plex front with visible gears and two speeds for operating the so that you can operate fast for opening quickly and slow and there's. Some really cool linkages in there and Azru is in the middle of. Making me a workbench, and the the would for this workbench is monolithic. Actually it it it. It looks like it's GonNa be to giant slabs of Monolithic would boards. The whole thing is documenting. Include some links because he's doing like he does a lot of digital work just plans and stuff, and so we're watching it. Come together through Youtube and eventually get to the cave this you're thinking. Adam is going to be take the place of that primarily pencil. You have your lights attached to it is yes, it will live there. It will not roll. Because I have learned the limits of making things roll. I understand that current bench is cobbled beautiful. It's so beautiful, but like the amount of kind of things have been bootstrap to it from pastors to slam sin and lights. Off Big huge that. Enough it also turns out that my grandfather, who was a maker of my grandfather, was a surgeon who had home shop and did a lot of his own repair, and actually my grandfather, my grandfather had..

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"david carey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. Ben Anderson is here. Filling in for Dan shagrue, who's taking some time off, and we're actually going to talk. Dan, Dan's gonna come down tell us what's been going on at around four thirty. He'll be in Ta-talk. And so there you go three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talk and text for about to jump into the topic of racing movies is yesterday was the Daytona five hundred and. I did not see it. Did you see it? I did not. I I was sleeping a little bit. And here for the rest of us. I gotcha. I gotcha. But I do know. Denny Hamlin one. Yes. That's what I that's what I heard. Yeah. So, but it's exciting. A lot of people love love the Daytona five hundred. And so we thought we talk about racing movies. The best racing movies three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is your is the phone number for talk and text. So we'll jump into that. I I have a spots or soft spot for the race because I live down there. And you and I talked a little bit about that literally. When when I went to school, you can look out my dorm room straight at the race track. That's pretty cool. It was pretty awesome. Yeah. That's pretty cool. Now, what what are what was the what's the first racing movie that popped into your head? When you when we were thinking about this. Well, there are so many. But I'm gonna go with the song that I played to get into this segment is from one of my favorite racing scenes. Okay. And it's from the movie driven with Stallone. Right. As where the race in the Indy cars through the city. All right. Song? They used for that scene. I only I liked driven. I remember I remember kind of liking it. Rennie Harland directed that movie and running Harland's one of my favorite action directors. He directed. The dreaded die hard to ease ease. He directed. Long kiss. Goodnight with with Gina Davis, which is one of my favorite. Yeah. Underrated movies. But yeah, he directed. He directed that. Remember, Burt Reynolds was driven. Yeah. I just haven't seen it. I haven't seen it since it came out. But yeah, that's that's that's on these lists right there. I got a couple of lists in front of me of the best racing movies. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. Now, you can't. Talk about like racing movies and not mentioned efforts two thousand which is David Carey and one of the legendary Roger Corman productions. Speaking of Stallone. He's in that. That's what I think that was his first movie if I'm not mistaken. Yeah. Yeah. He's one of the drivers in death race two thousand the idea of death rates two thousand was. You would drive cars and hit people and kill them. And you would get more points, depending on the person that you killed. So this is an exploitation movie. A, you know, a B movie from the seventies that played the drive ins and. Produced by Roger Corman from new world, pictures and. I mean, if if the name Roger Cormon is usually on the credits. Those those are the kind of movies that you get you get John remove SCI fi movies horror movies action movies that kind of stuff, but you can't talk about racing movies and not mentioned death rates two thousand. It is clear. Classic classic movie in the vehicles. That are also pretty awesome. Now, they did remake it with Jason Statham, which which they shouldn't have. But it was a they just call the death race. And so. Yeah. But there was no need for a remake. So, but yeah, I really enjoyed death race two thousand if you've not seen. It is a classic b movie from the seventies. And it just it just is is pretty much. Everything you would expect from a crazy Roger Corman movie, and the cars are cool. And yeah. So three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. If you would like to join us we're talking honor of the Daytona five hundred which was yesterday. We're talking about the best racing movies. There are so many choose from which ones are your favorites. Let's see here is Jack on WGN hijack. Hey, how you doing? All right. You gotta favorite. Well, I'm a movie lover. So I wanted popped into mind is a grand prix. Yeah. Classic. I mean, that's the curry movie. Yeah. As James James garner is in that one. Saint Maria Marie saying to think, and it's a Cheryl Muna, isn't it? Yeah. It's a great movie. It's a it's a John Frankenheimer directed that movie. Who's who directed a lot of really really good films. But yeah, that's that's a good one. That's one for cinematography or not. There's a lot of great camera work credits. The way they do the tug raphia credits. Yeah. Yeah. That's a good. You know, what I haven't seen that one in a long time. I need to I need the dust that one often watch it again, it's been a really long time seen grand prix. Yeah. That's I actually have the album soundtrack of that. Yeah. Another one is certainly the the Steve McQueen. Take off of that. Which is LeMond Steve McQueen, obviously was a was a major racecar driver. That was a real thing for him. You know, and not just not just because he was in bullet. Right. But because he was an actual professional racecar driver. And he did he did he that was his that was his passion project. Lamont's actually motorcycles was more his racing past. And they think that's true absolutely one of the most iconic moments in movie history on a motorcycle in the greatest game. I mean, that's. And he did all his own. Yup. Stopped working there. Absolutely. Okay. Paul Newman, and winning is the other occur. Look good. But it's that's another guy. Paul Newman was into racing too. He was a he I think he finished second. The the twenty four hour. The race. Yeah. He was a pro. No question about it. All right, J, only I did want to throw one other movie that you're probably nobody else is going to bring up. It's called I sailed to Tahiti with an all girl crew. It's look it up. If you've never heard of it. I've never heard of it. It's a it's a good. It's a bad movie. That's so bad. It's good. Okay. And it's about a boat race to Tahiti and betting the boat. Whoever wins gets the other guys boats. So good one I sailed to Tahiti with an all girl crew exactly certainly of nineteen sixties. Certainly a good Jack. Thank you, sir. Daycare. Have a good one three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. I sailed to Tahiti with an all. Can you look that one up? Then I sailed to Tahiti with an all girl crew. Jackson. Oh, it's so bad. It's good. You gotta love movies that are so bad. They're good. I've never heard of that one though, quite a title who's in it does it. What what did they say about it? They're bent. All right. It was released in sixty eight okay. See here. Does it have an IM db page. Yeah. That's that's where I'm at. Okay. I'm just trying to make sure I get to all the good stuff here. It was directed by Richard l bare. Okay. That doesn't help me at all. Who's in it? Anybody of note? Not that. I really see. But some of the top ones are Gardner McKay. Fred clark. Diane McBain and pet be trim. Pat buttram. Your mind. Okay. I know him, right? Great character actor who was in like nine hundred westerns and stuff got a very distinctive voice. He was in. What am I? Greenacres? I believe. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. And you get recognized that guy's voice for anyway. So anyway, there it is is it available. Have they put it out in the criterion collection?.

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"david carey" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"So you're gonna learn how to develop the right core values for your team and implement them. If you want to get it text create core values now, that's all one phrase. No spaces create core values texts that two three three four four four. That's three three four four four or click on the link in the show notes. Well, it does it get any better than a real life. Testimonial. Insulin thing to talk about principles and some of the practical tips, we give you every program. But. But Dave and carry way as I said at the top of the program they had to deal with this and deal with in a situation a huge vacuum. If you will were as father, who's the heart and soul, the founder of the company he passes away. What do you do next specifically around this conversation? Here are David Carey. We were brand new business owners his father had passed away. And so the team members the whole atmosphere was like they're a little bit afraid, right? The godfather has passed away and what happens now so and we were a fearful we had never done this before. And now our whole where his dad was our net before and he had done a great job of stepping back from the driver's seat letting us strive and being there as just the safety nets. We always had him to go to an end ask would we do? Now. What do you think about this decision is this right? And he would smile and nod and reassure us, and and it was wonderful. He was phenomenal was a phenomenal mentor and coach, and he he was gone. We came back. We tried to assess what really is our culture. Yes, we had a culture at that time. But we needed to defy. Fine. It a little more kind of like put flesh on the bones and figure out who are we an at led us to creating a mission statement and coming up with what our core values are our core values, we're not aspirational at all. They really defined who we were already that was already in our DNA, and we needed our team to know. So that coming into our culture, the core values that we initially came up with was four, and then we added three more and the teams reception of those they agreed and not that we were looking for agreement, but they came to us independently and said, these are things that we totally agree with this. Because that's who we are ready. Are that to you guys are ready are that's who we want to be. That's the train. That's the bus that we want to be on. And that's something that we can believe in an live because we've already seen it. Practiced right. The biggest thing I noticed when everyone understood agreed with an adapted to the core values that we had I didn't really see the impact right away outside of our organization. But what I saw inside our organization was that it gave kind of a new heightened sense of purpose and a wind in the sails like we can do this. We can do this. Where before it was kind of like, I don't know if we can do that. That's a big stretch. Now, it was like, yeah, we can do this. And so at this time we were negotiating with a giant customer to try to win some business from them. And they were demanding that we jumped through all of these hoops and goal would be changed every week..

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"david carey" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The the national rifle association and i've been a member since nineteen seventy and georgia recently the new york times about a month ago retired supreme court justice john paul stevens said that the second amendment is a dinosaur it's no longer applicable and george i was wondering have you ever heard of a guy but a name a role in fries ler well he was you know george she was the head of the german supreme court under the nazi era and george what we have to remember about the holocaust it was all done legally hitler was duly elect duly a democratically elected and just because you elect the leader democratically does that mean that you're gonna preclude the tyranny and they all showed them exactly georgia my second amendment is the is the basic bedrock human right without which all the other rights are meaningless really paper rights george second amendment will not go away don't worry about that well hopefully not georgia you know people say that that that can't happen here but remember what the clintons did in waco george horrible situation to be sure first of all david carey should never have been doing what he did but at the same time a lot of innocent people got killed in that tragedy to be sure but folks let me tell you the second amendment is something that we need in this country because look at countries that are controlled by tyranny they're controlled by people who know that his population cannot be armed and they then do whatever they want and you can't do that you can't do that i know a lot of tragic can sick things happen on this planet in this world in this country and some of these horrible unnecessary shootings we've got to work on better ways to tighten things up i'm not opposed to that at all you know go to go to the age of twenty one better background checks and everything like that but you cannot do away with the second amendment because if you do that you do away with our democracy and our freedom in walt you know exactly what i'm talking about we're gonna come back in a moment here.

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"david carey" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on KELO

"National rifle association and i've been a member since nineteen seventy and georgia recently the new york times about a month ago retired supreme court justice john paul stevens said that the second amendment is a dinosaur it's no longer applicable and george i was wondering have you ever heard of a guy that a name or rolling fries ler yes well he was house you know george she was the head of the german supreme court under the notch era and george what we have to remember about the holocaust it was all done illegally it hitler was duly elect duly democratically elected and just because you elect the leader democratically does not mean that you're going to preclude tyranny of course not labeled them exactly georgia by second amendment is the basic bedrock human right without which all the other rights are meaningless really paid for rights george second amendment will not go away don't worry about that well hopefully not georgia you know people say that that can't happen here but remember what the clintons did in waco george horrible situation to be sure first of all david carey should never have been doing what he did but at the same time a lot of innocent people got killed in that tragedy to be sure but folks let me tell you the second amendment is something that we need in this country because look at countries that are controlled by tyranny they're controlled by people who know that his population cannot be armed and they then do whatever they want and you can't do that you can't do that i know a lot of tragic and sick things happen on this planet in this world in this country and some of these horrible unnecessary shootings we've got to work on better ways to tighten things up i'm not opposed to that at all you know go to go to the age of twenty one better background checks and everything like that but you cannot do away with the second amendment because if you do that you do away with our democracy and our freedom in walt you know exactly what i'm talking about we're gonna come back in a moment here on coast to coast am with more and final open lines connie willis will be on on saturday for you by the way don't lisa guard lisa gar and i'll be on sunday join the coast to coast am facebook page with thousands of members it's great for show updates and connecting with other fans go to facebook dot com slash coast to coast am and click the like button.

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"david carey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Should be one of the number one concerns for each state because most of these utility companies are co op ops are part of bigger co ops and you have to start it from the ground roots to get it going and we really need to stay on top of it i enjoy your show i've listened to you for years and this is the first night i got on but when i saw that flew and that life i just knew a plane was gonna crash i jump in the truck you got the radio on you said oh by the way they just launched the satellite i do very much wayne appreciate it out there in statesboro georgia we go to walton pennsylvania hey walter georgia great to be with you wants you to how are you today but george as your data lino knowing the news they're vilifying the the national rifle association and i've been a member since nineteen seventy and georgia recently the new york times about a month ago retired supreme court justice john paul stevens said that the second amendment is a dinosaur it's no longer applicable and george i was wondering have you ever heard of a guy named merola fries ler well he was as you know george she was the head of the german supreme court under the nazi era and georgia we have to remember about the holocaust it was all done legally hitler was duly elect duly democratically elected and just because you elect the leader democratically does not mean that you're gonna preclude cure of course but they all sold them exactly georgia second amendment is the is the basic bedrock human right without which all the other rights are meaningless really paper writes george second amendment will not go away don't worry about that well hopefully not georgia you know people say that that that can't happen here but number what the clintons did in waco george well horrible situation to be sure first of all david carey should never have been doing what he did but.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Niche i think those that are in the middle will have a hard time i agree we should leave appointments were orange grants triggers would sir um and some of an old harm rock reference david thank you for your tom thank you for having me peter do to you guys for listening we like doing this we like the u y listening all we ask of you tell someone else that you look within the suit the can listen as well you know how to do that so i won't tell you how to post on facebook tweet just tell some on the street thanks to our sponsors and thanks to cadence thirteen box media bring those sponsors to the show so you can listen to recode media for free to my producers eric johnson gold arthur this is recode media i will see he next week hey this is peter kafka of the host of recode media you have been listening to this podcast which means that you like listening to people talk about median technology which is very good news because we've got an entire conference all about just bat topic its code media it's coming up very soon you should go february twelve and thirteen th in huntington beach california is a very very nice place to be in february specifically some say a hotel and spa there huntington beach and about the place i wanna type of what we're gonna do there we're gonna talk to the smartest most interesting people in media and technology we his carras wishart i we're gonna talk to people like both the ceo tim armstrong you've heard on this podcast before patriarch ceo jack kante you've heard of on this podcast before and huffpost editor in chief lydia paul great you've heard her on this podcast before there's the theme there other awesome guests you may not have her before susan which 'sky she's the sea of you to carry trainer he's the ceo of soundcloud on on the gi spoken.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Which is not mean that if there's a reset coming that businesses that kind of fit our area of expertise could come into into range for us and i think that'd be great i think that's going to be a natural thing that these companies not just the mashabela acquisition by um by um savir's but you'll see others that'll tuck into larger entities your company is a good example as well as been kind of you know two had a chapter following dow jones and now a different chapter uh as part of a consolidated organiser a solo business for a year and a half meanwhile mosque ramona sahlin business went two months under a solo businesses any business is difficult to you know today i don't care who you are and so i i think that there's going to be opportunities for us in for conning asked him for others uh and i think that'll be a good thing for the business so consolidation allround m time warner two magazine business digital business um if you weren't at working at hearst who who do you think is sort of best positioned to survive 2018 in style at the fox failing style but but actually succeeding i'm sorry term legitimate which media business are you must bullish shop for 2018 mm non hurst well you know like everyone else i'm a big fan of disney in what they do and um and the the great content that day purchased a great talent and the now they're bind greater pipes and certainly of potentially buying more pipes in around the world back to where we started the if is rupert murdoch wants to go to the business you save disease the buyer than disney knows what they're doing i think they are great operators in every way and i i think they do a great job of both serving you know marketers and serving advertisers and so they are they are at the high but i i think there's a lots of interesting opportunities i think that the business will will bifurcated even more it'll either be one at scale as we've been discussing or you're gonna super serve individual passions and so one of the the media executives i admire most is marvin shenken marvin shenken communications has three media brands wine spectator cigar aficionado in whisky advocate and guess what marvin.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Became a different position that said um i think that these issues of addiction or quite real her and uh um you know if you few asking a young people you can't reno read a book vermont's you can't you know um uh watch tv for onto campion your phone for a day and so this is the the center of all the disruption and uh you can imagine that in any crowd i think that wave recedes though in suddenly suddenly vote the facebook threat to your to your business the digital threats your business goes away because some combination of socially it's less acceptable to play on phones and the government regulates at or or well these are this this is addiction people can help themselves let's be clear okay so as not just you know leaving your phone at home um i it's hard to imagine yeah that's government would actually get involved but um if you read you know um uh the four by scott gallo a someone i i've known for a long time um there is a case building debts suggest that these companies need closer scrutiny where that goes exactly what happens obviously is happening in europe less less happening in the united states but it it all fits i think into the next chapter of digital uh the big companies on the small companies phillips let's talk about that we you were you were eager to predict doom for for many companies the digital space and by the way you guys have made a lot of vestments and and some of the bigger players right who have inra up on and buzzfeed vice versa uh and these are all similar companies the role of hansang our own 2018 scan look like for them and you in your one of them say not you three clear you didn't specifically forecast doom for your portfolio companies but admitted i want to be so it would be less politika normally are but you're saying there's gonna be a la uh we've we've had we've had hints of it in 2017 you think more to come 2018 well the nature of the business um in in obviously there's do we've all seen and are how many innovations of the digital world um in the last 20 25 years so elina businesses with no beer.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"And uh we take the subway here and maybe for tripled we would have taken not the subway negative right exactly so uh but i think you bring up a good point about facebook's roll across all media so were ten years into the arrival of the iphone and and i think what you're now seeing is the drumbeat of a lot of press um a round um you know his big tech uh the equivalent of big backup from the fifties and sixties the the arrival of the facebook messenger product for kids i thought was a very scary concept and the article that the atlantic wrote a few months ago about that was that really took the tech companies to task for building products that take advantage of human role in abilities around addiction i thought was quite profound and you know whether it's the new york times piece about teenage anxiety and i just i headline that in georgia automotive fatalities have gone up 35 percent attributed to distracted driving um i forget which city now gives people tickets if they cross the street on their phones because of the number of people can hit by cars and bicycles so i think there's a larger issue which is the um the massive addiction which has yet to be fully identified in terms of what the solutions are i think disrupted everything the press slows the facebook's abare facebook gugo however the tables of turn things are are are not looking up for you immortal will not sure how it's actually gonna pan out his business but you but you think there is there there it's not just journalists enduring schadenfreude you had roger maqdah me who made a ton of money ride in early facebook i believe introduced them cheryl to mark wright his brother was a partner at elevation who basically was the first to call you know uh basically you know facebook the equivalent of kind of signal knows now there's a well established trend of of people who have made a lot of money on facebook survived sean parker say all three should facebook terrible mistake i wish had never done i'm happy to be rich by the way for the facebook morning ride may no money out face out so i can be.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Scenes do for you what did you learn from that yeah i remember i did sit in a red share in laguna beach in uh after we had hit a first million of tablet circulation as without breaking a sweat and projected that we get to three million um other workout at didn't work out so well uh and there's a video record of that someplace i bet uh ran on funky player on earlier does so what are we learned from that obviously um you know uh the early sales of ipads himself skyrocket in then apple created larger screen phones as others dead and people you know shifted out uh and now you know you have a seveninch phone or rather the big picture was that we all thought the ipad was going to be this dominant devised and turns out the iphone was the the i found the largescreen iphone replace because you could the things you thought you do on a tablet in terms of reading newspapers and you know the iphone at the time was tiny you look at those early screens and um the thought was we needed that big canvas and obviously consumer attention shifted uh in many ways and um we found that is interesting that the first million of us relation came super easy and then every unit after they became incredibly difficult so i guess what i think about one ask you wanted to learn i think about when the next device when the next platform comes up and says we'd like to work with you were you how do you think about gauging how much energy are gonna invest in that there's a second question is will our answer our answer these things is yes and so um what did we learn you know we spent a fair amount of time and a modest amount of money didn't quite play out in the world of having a constantly uh interrupt what you do into innovate it was a success you know what it didn't quite achieve all that we hope the life went on you know the wasn't shortly low long thereafter that um evan spiegel came to our offices when snapchat was just naturally and said he's going to create a media product that will become the most important place for our audience to interact with who are.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"And those businesses of course became quite significant you still have big chunks of those businesses rank thrill and and so in particular espn even though it's it's has declined towards both revenue and profit throws often enormous amount of money you guys get to keep twenty percent of those profits which are significant um how much how much is that investment alone sort of give you cover to worry less about the economics of the business corner quarter earier well the company again because of our private status his constantly taken the cash flow in investing abroad range of businesses in so one of the big uh aries we've been investing in at the parent company level has been in companies that are business information and data companies and we've invested a great deal in health care we on eighty percent of fitch ratings a a year ago we purchased a company called camps systems that monitors the health and wellbeing of ivory or found we unsexy businesses that have incredibly reliable cash flows he now become very sticky and terms of their their uh their customers high switching cost and in a frank is really a genius of diversification um uh you know he in some ways he's a he's a private man but what he built at first in that understanding he had crossed magazines newspapers business information um you know our venture business and so on is quite remarkable in that gives us a very unique position in a change in media world ice talk to you uh a lot about what was going to happen to the tablet magazine an ipad launches in two thousand ten for bunch of reasons there's a lot of initial interest and with a magazine fitness this country with the ipad um and you and all your competitors spending a mantra time and money trying to figure out how to build digital versions of your magazines um and i have you on stage and you'd say were room hit this projection obviously that that didn't work out what what did the experience of trying to build ipad and other tablet maga's.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"He is of what they can do in those who resist and those who resist will probably have less career options in the future than those who helped the organization and help the industry evolve and you know you always people always confused darwinism as the strong survive in it's actually incorrect as those who could best adapt in evolve for the second podcast guest this year i talk about that well i think it's mindful for us because we have worked for the first one was a comedian rory own rounds good we worked for a big strong company you know the largest employer private employer in new york city but we have to constantly change what we do and i i think our companies and a great job i think we stand head and shoulders above most of our peers i want to ask you about evolution but first we have to pay our bills or business bottled walls advertising so we're gonna hear from a fund sponsor right now today show is brought to you by hello fresh hellofresh is a meal kit delivery service that shops plans and delivers your favorite step by step recipes pre measured ingredients so you could just cook beef and enjoy i'm going to make some tonight at pork chops waiting trump sankt about this hello fresh offers a wide variety of shefa curated recipes the change weekly you could use were classic plan a bet you plan a family planets have at my house right now it you the day you want your meals delivered whenever works best for your busy schedule this is important because some of these milk delivery guys are not good about flexibility trust me all the ingredients come pre measured in handy kits the you know which ingredients go with which recipe sometimes when you hear people talk about piecemeal kits duck let them is that the good for people who don't know how to cook the get you into cooking i'm sure that's true i know how to cook i'm good at it make it lasagna last week i still like these milk has a stoic hellofresh because they prompt me to cook instead of getting crummy take out maybe not so good delivery maybe pizza.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Harper's of a maryclaire in april and drew barrymore on the cover of good housekeeping in may now is that all the same photoshoot with different on three separate photo shoots three separate teams going the caliph of that's the old way that's what you have detailed way you know in accessing a shame on us you know um when we can clearly find a photographer with different styles who could it produced all three so is that go is that happening now are you say you are now going to produce three different versions of this voters should we're going to run on three different magazines with the same person or an example if not so much to cover but we'll shoot drew barrymore for the cover of maryclaire in maybe we'll shoot drew barrymore in her kitchen for uh el to core an example of a we identify g knows this by the way red her team knows didn't she liked it obviously they right they have to fully can rent and they like it as well because they it's more efficient from their time but we uh about a year ago shot alec baldwin's home in east hampton and we shot his home for elle to core we shot we did a delicious which is one of our great uh to the stockholm one of our great stars are folio we shot cooking videos with leiria his wife liri right and then shot her closet for harper's bazaar one day three different types of content produced and that becomes the skills of the modern editor that they can imagine different uses of that content across multiple brands and utterly multiple causes a commonsense idea to anyone who hasn't spent time in magazines wisden's spent on magazines until recently right but if you spread time magazine's decades previous specially at a place like hirst also conde magazine editors run their own fiefdoms um and the idea of saying to the editor of any whenever titles that you are going to share resources of somebody else make it make it happen be a nonstarter so how do you convince them otherwise well oil helpfully they'll have read the newspaper or recode and they realized the world is changing in that you know we have to evolve what we do and how we do.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"Um we'd we talk recently you told me something it i'm a tricky say out on the record um about some some of the as some of the things you're asking you're editorial staff to do to adapt to the new reality have terms of costcutting you've talked about photo shoots can you talk about the well i i think that the nature of the business on benefits from a greater scale ingrained making each piece of contact where carter so let's look at uh the lessons from other media forms a k so if you have a friend who works in the movie business the they'll tell you if you if you met him or her at the premier they'll tell you wear that content will be in one years in two years of what form and how the monetize wreck has it works that long as they can sell it in four or five or seven different forms it's all the same thing all the same thing in a change of screens from the back of your seat and jetblue to your hotel room to on it goes rai all falling very predictable path in fact a friction comes from people want to break the window right uh but it now and for the most part their monies made over long perry to time so the amortize the cost of creation over years right i think the this was a year or two ago but i read the article that the most watched film on netflixing the time was shocked schenk redemption okay people are will runs on turner andrea every day so uh and uh the what we've done in the magazine businesses we have always taken those lessons to heart where as we think about the creation of the content and we think about it over time it's it's almost like the film producer who figures will will debut it on a.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"In the especially in some verticals where we perhaps don't have as much advertising weight as we shut so this was a very natural fit for us to be clear you're still in the magazine business ride sometimes a title like again by the time is comes out some one may may have bought rolling stone and when when a title i bet comes up her a forbes or maybe in the future fourteen people say other brand has a lot of value and i could see taking this to other territories and we could do something than online and maybe there's a rolling stone hotel we could do in malaysia but you're still in the business of of first and foremost creating in magazines selling them selling advertising actual print but print a in the us to take our us business for example our profits are twothirds printed onethird digital and so we want to be good at both nwc digital as a very important driver of profits and uh i think we're uniquely profitable in the digital space and so if you look at what we've done in the in the last six months we've announced new digital partnerships with sean to rhymes ish shwee she took her oliver content and she's working be building in your digital channel it we've want a new print magazine with three drum and call pioneer woman that was the bestselling magazine in the united states when eliza on sale and while he will listen to this show won't know who reached roman yeah so i bet if you can stand on the roof in see the ocean you probably will not appreciate re but um uh certainly in walmart's and other locations in the middle of the country we sold over three hundred fifty thousand copies of the second issue for the first issue we had to go back on press that the demand was so gracious kind of a martha stewart but not instead of being waas being connecticut shoes middle america an well she's based in oklahoma and socialist louder in so she's got a huge fan base and so she in a shelter brand the old fashioned way great content blogger tv show books and so by the time we came out with.

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"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"david carey" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"In january um it which point time inc will still be a separate magazine but at some point that supposed to get subsumed by meredith let's let's start there um what is you just mentioned the road aol deal the that you will have closed i think by the time his thing comes out what is spurring this round of consolidation in the magazine this what p i'm disappointed shares in january could us hoping to remind people magazines make a great holiday gift for you can lentil is still bottoming in january stuck had much lener usually let else can you lie that sale less than twenty dollars that reminds people a dozen times a year i us farmers exactly so i i'm here to us elle magazine subscriptions i i think we're in a period of a massive media consolidation not just a magazine best clearly but um by the time you know this airs perhaps the disney fox moves gets done is so when the murdochs are taking money off the table that's a big statement all by itself you've seen the deregulation of the local tv business which has been a spur huge amount of emina you've seen the relaxation of crossownership of newspapers and television the same way market and so no no doubt the rate of uh of consolidation only picks up in the magazine business i think has been overdue for this for some time and um obviously our acquisition of road dale the meredith acquisition historically the kind of number four companies from severe all we wanted of our portions of timing now looks like that's why am i going to happen about the whole thing in an enormous energy play uh and um you know meritous trailing airlines are three hundred thirty five million dollars and they hoped to get four in a million dollars just in costs save that of the deal and so uh businesses operate better at scale an obviously some of this is driven by i hear this too big companies in the digital space that have a lot of the revenue growth in that people realised through bones rich brooke exact i forget their names here on the time but they nina companies need to to bulk up in order to have sufficient scale to be able to drive enough revenue so you mentioned murdoch song i wrote something that's.

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