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Anti-vaccine chiropractors rising force of misinformation

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Anti-vaccine chiropractors rising force of misinformation

"Anti vaccine chiropractors are rising force of mis information a sold out convention in the Wisconsin Dells discussed bogus claims about the health dangers of mask wearing in vaccines it was organized by chiropractors an AP investigation found chiropractors touted their supplements as alternatives to vaccines donated to anti vaccine organizations and doctors notes were written to allow patients to get out of mask an immunization mandates this is a small but vocal minority many chiropractors advocate back scenes a chiropractor in Michigan Kyle McCamey tells patients on a pediatric intake form if you would like information regarding the dangers of vaccines and how to refuse them let us know the line includes a smiley face emoji I met Donahue

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Adele Is IG Official With Rich Paul

Daily Pop

01:22 min | 2 months ago

Adele Is IG Official With Rich Paul

"Guys as dell has gone instead of their show with her new man rich paul. They went to a wedding together over the weekend and adele shared this photo from a photo booth snapshot looking gorgeous now. Adele rarely even post pictures of herself. So this is a huge deal. What were your first thoughts and you saw this. I knew this was coming by the way i after she did that. Whole with the braids like she was and the jamaican flag outfit. See that was coming right here. If adele's happy then why shouldn't we all be happy for us. She went through a wedding that of marriage that failed. Come on now. I knew right then because you say once you go black cleveland. I've known hjelm love him. He came up through the ranks. Lebron wanna lebrons boys. I'm so proud of him. And i'm i'm happy. Happy for him. And i can't wait to hear her new music. Because tail is going to go from sending the little sad solves. She goes star singer. Some being make the status. Oh yes watch this.

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Ravens Honor the Late Michael K. Williams With Omar Whistle From 'the Wire'

The Dan Patrick Show

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Ravens Honor the Late Michael K. Williams With Omar Whistle From 'the Wire'

"David. Simon he was the creator of the wire walked into the stadium last night for the ravens win over the kansas city chiefs. He got to hear the omar whistle from the wire. They played that in the stadium last night. So the sound of omar whistling to farmer in the dell as they had their opener last night. It was pretty cool pretty cool moment. There is david. Simon said it's the little things that are going to get me. I guess but michael is going to last but Omar one of the great characters. Michael k williams found dead and At age fifty four. That was a couple of weeks ago.

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Verdell, No. 12 Oregon Stun No. 3 Ohio State 35-28

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Verdell, No. 12 Oregon Stun No. 3 Ohio State 35-28

"A mid season enter conference ranked match up in between the third ranked Buckeyes and the twelfth ranked Oregon ducks in Columbus Ohio ended with a thirty five twenty eight upset win by the visitors the game became an offense of slugfest with one thousand one hundred seventeen total yards combined between the two schools but Oregon won the rushing attack running back CJ for dell and Travis dye combined for over two hundred yards on the ground including for dell seventy seven yard rushing touchdown open up the second half Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud impressed with four hundred and eighty four yards passing Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio

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Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

02:04 min | 3 months ago

Texas' Near-Total Abortion Ban Takes Effect

"Cambridge before roe v wade and so i know what it was like when women didn't have this choice we couldn't control our own bodies our own destinies here. We are fifty years later fighting the same battle again. It's incredible to think that we would be going backwards. It's the women of limited means women of color women in rural parts of texas who do not have access. This is just devastating. Big no options whatsoever the texas law virtually banning abortion that went into effect today could have an impact on women far outside that state opponents were banking on the supreme court stepping in and stopping the measure from taking effect. But that didn't happen as political sums it up the court's decision to not act on an emergency petition from texas abortion. Clinics comes as the justices. Prepare to more. Broadly reconsider the right to an abortion. It established almost fifty years ago. Back with us tonight. Eugene robinson pulitzer prize winning columnist for the washington. Post and susan dell persio of veteran political strategist boast are msnbc analysts. Thanks to both of you for being with us susan. Let's start with you. There are a lot of people who fully know that. Republicans at a state level have been attempting things that are either faints or real attempts to to place restrictions on abortion for some years now but this has surprised a lot of the fact that something that feels very much like a total ban on abortion could actually get past the supreme court. Absolutely i ate it. Is it's sending shockwaves especially to a lot of the republicans who may instead like yes. I'm pro-life but you know roe v. wade's the lay the law of the land and they also believed in Exceptions to incest rape which this law does not have this is the harshest law that i think republicans could ever see coming and at this point i think even some republicans are going to have a hard time getting behind it. Come twenty twenty two

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Windows 11 Is Coming This October

Talking Tech

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Windows 11 Is Coming This October

"He c- fans pc owners market calendars on tuesday. Microsoft announced. it will start rolling out windows. Eleven the latest version of its operating system for personal computers on october fifth. It's a free upgrade and it will become available on eligible windows ten pc's npc's preloaded with windows eleven. The company said on tuesday. The tech giant plans to stagger the rollout. So it's not going to be on october fifth every single computer. That's eligible get windows. Eleven is going to get it. They're going to stagger it out and consider factors such as hardware eligibility reliability metrics age of the device in a lot of other different factors. microsoft expects all eligible. pc's to get the opportunity to upgrade to windows. Eleven by the middle of twenty twenty two now of course. Several device makers have already put out windows eligible devices that are we ready ago once windows. Eleven launches acer dell samsung lenovo among them windows ten p. owners will get an alert letting them know when they're ready to get their upgrade

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Why Remote Work Could Last for Two More Years

Anything But Idle

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Why Remote Work Could Last for Two More Years

"The next one. He an article from the wall street journal. Remote work may now last for two years. Actually i've been having a lot of conversations in the last seven days about this From both sides some executive flying some some none excecutive client looking how their companies has been continued pushing. They're now pushing to january or february and that basic makes two years. You're not close to the case. Being two years out of office gave we survive. We grow the business why they want to buy and there is a lot of people. You know asking sinus interesting. Because when the beginning of the pandemic we discussed that around thirty three percent in each group you know the people like me who many years ago walkaway from dell food to people who were going to discover okay. I really like this working at home. People like what we mentioned into prior on a condo us group of people who are counting the seconds to get back to that world to live to their an old this. What is interesting is there was more movement doors that middle category that. I don't want to come back. I want to find a hybrid solution. Go once in a blue moon but not every day but still have the opportunity to buy than any of the other two extremes at least for the people who i have informally Question about it. Then he's really interesting for me because he's like okay so you discover now we have cake and now you want to make sure you make the cake i needed to so you don't want to go to the office but you want to. Have they office or when you went into go It's not how it works. It's still this is getting worry for a lot of people because there is. There is a lot of really valuable people who has been buried vocal about. I am not coming back or you figured it out or i will say that

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Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time

Ante Up Poker Magazine

02:15 min | 4 months ago

Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time

"Invite our good friend. Ben irwin's rector poker operations for thunder valley known as for a very very long time to be our guest today. So we can get you amped up for coming out to join us near sacramento. Yes so ben. how're you doing. First of doing great ninth grade to grade could be on and definitely looking forward to the championship longtime coming and we said it starts officially friday but we know the action got started last saturday. You had. What was a really really interesting satellite. I'm sure other people done it. But i haven't seen it before winners. Got to seize not just won two seats one in the anti nor cal classic which is coming up soon and then of course and then our championship event at the end of the series. I think it was like one in eight. Got both of those seats right. So dell's how how turned out. Because all the tweets made weak- you pack the place. That's exactly what happened. Yeah we we got ready for first or i after a long time and Looking at it and saying you know what maybe a great move to start off would be to put the tour event in satellite and you know get people excited about the series and that's exactly what happens so We ran a couple of steps satellites. You could win your way into that. That three seventy five packet satellite. Get in there for ninety bucks And about sixty people did that and then On the on. Saturday wind up with two hundred sixty three so i gave us thirty three packages wa but the excitement in the air. The room being full The first time in a very long time and It was great. You know what was probably one of the best parts of the amount of people that just said. Thank you for bringing this back. Thank you for doing this and So we're we're excited and looking forward to it. I mean how does that feel to be able to do big tournaments again. It does if we've been very very patient on our end and now to be here and this was You know this is. This has been a staple of our schedule. Now for you know they'll be the seven daniel And you know you go back. I mean heck. We've been holding holding the nor cal. I think for nine years. Yeah so it's It's an event that people know they're used to in the summer You know the summer looks a lot different. These days But when things for sir is there any up here and we're looking forward to absolutely

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Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'

Podcast Movement 2021

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'

"Other thing about having a website is that can make you cancel proof you know a lot of people talk about cancel culture and you know people getting canceled off of social media and could be both sides of whatever political thing going on but happens now you know and it even happens on some of the podcast platforms so say that you know you've got a lot of audience on. Let's just pick one at random spotify. Okay and spotify decides that they don't like your content for editorial reasons so they remove you from spotify. What happens to all your listeners. That are sitting over at spotify. Well if you've been telling them in your show come to my website. They know where your website is so they can find you and then they could subscribe it another way or just listen right on the website. Whatever they wanna do. But it kind of makes you cancel proof depending on your podcast host and all that. There's a lot of a lot of variables there but for the most part you know even if you're not on any of the podcast apps if you have a website and you generate your rss feed from that website which is another option you have to but That is an option. You generate that. Rss feed from that website. Anybody that subscribed to you in a true podcast app. You not a some some aps like spotify in and others are music laps and they added podcasting. Well that's you know those. Those are a little bit different because they have to ingest your show before it goes out to everybody but a lot of apps out there overcast and pocket cast. There's directly subscribed to an rss feed so that can still happen. Whether or not you're in those directories are not in fact apple. Works that way you can. You can subscribe to a podcast via an rss feed in apple podcasts. And that shows not in apple. It's coming direct so again can make you cancel proof and you know that may be more important to as time goes out who knows but to future proof. I guess maybe be a good way to put

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Why You Need a Website for Your Podcast With Mike Dell of Blubrry

Podcast Movement 2021

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Why You Need a Website for Your Podcast With Mike Dell of Blubrry

"One of the reasons you want your own website. It's you want some easy in you know verbal way you know. This is an audio medium. You're going to be talking to people and most a lot of people are going to find your podcast. They're going to listen to your podcast. But they're not necessarily going to go to your website but if you've got something cool over there or your show notes are over there you know just the show notes that are in in the apps are usually enough so you want a nice easy verbal way to send people to what you're talking about you know so you've got some links. Hey i've this great video. I just did and i want you to see it. Go over to mike. L. dot com. And there it'll be right there on the front page. You know that way. I say that you know. I don't have to have some long gobbledygook link that i sent. Somebody says also you know. Don't don't forget that you know if you have your own website. Blogging podcasting are kind of the same thing you know blogging is just a you know taxed and you had a little audio to it and it's now podcasting so why not throw some blog posts up every once in a while. You have that freedom if you have your own website. You can do that. You can't do that at a lot of podcasts hosts you know you you have to publish an episode to get anything out and sometimes you just wanna put a blog post up

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Monty Williams Tells Suns ‘All of This Is Correctable’ After Loss

Mason & Ireland

01:49 min | 4 months ago

Monty Williams Tells Suns ‘All of This Is Correctable’ After Loss

"Money williams. Very well like coach for the sons around the nba. He's got great personal story. If you've never read it or heard about it you should google it. I probably can't do it. Justice in explaining on the radio the thirty second version is money and his wife were raising a family of five kids. Five young kids. His wife was killed in an auto accident. Lee widowing monty and leaving him to raise these five kids on his own. He's figured out. A way to navigate that rebuild his stock as a head coach in the league and now he's two wins away from winning the title ramona. Abc had a camera. Espn had a camera in the suns locker room after they lost the other night and money gave an interesting post game speech. I'm gonna play it for you and i'll let you react to it. Here's money after the game. All this is read. This is right now because this is where we got three games to look at dell right now got together. That's do what happens tonight. Just seventeen office rebel. Seventeen turnovers guys. One forty four. We're making it horrible ourselves okay. Now it's tough. We got to know people are also this. We got board advantage as the deal. Ever since i've been here we talked about everything was on the other side. This is this is really hard. So you gotta stick together all right.

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Playing Hands Against the Fish

Daily Poker Tips

03:58 min | 5 months ago

Playing Hands Against the Fish

"So if you sit down at any table let me ask you a question real quick. Who is the most likely person that you're going to earn chips from. Yeah the weakest one at the table right. Oftentimes the fish the to the overly loose passive limpkey calling station kind of players that just cannot fold pre flop nor post flop even if their life depended on it right. They got third pair. It's a tournament. Twenty big blinds. You bet flop turn and river. They're just going to call you all the way because hey you could have east king and my pocket pair of aids are going to win here right. Those are the kinds of players that you are targeting. But here's the thing. Do you truly target them. Do you live for playing hands against the fish. I know for the longest time For the longest time. I did not do that. So here's what i want you to do. The next time you sit down at a table live or online if it's online play just one table at least for the first thirty minutes right. Now look around the table and figure out what types of players you're up against. Hopefully you've got to three or even more fish at your table and fisher. Just the weak ones. Like i said that you target for value. Maybe it's easy to get them to fold. But basically you know how to play and exploit these players very well because maybe they're not thinking maybe they only care about their cards and the board right so your goal is to first step one. Find the fish at the table and write down their names. You know bob seven to three susan. Eight nine maybe. Those are the two fish zabel. Your goal is to play in that thirty minutes of that one table or your entire session. However you want. Your goal is to play as many times against those fish as possible. And when i say play as many times against them basic i mean get to the flop against the fish. Because that's where you're exploiting is gonna come from. That's where you're going to be able to get them to fold their hands sometime. Post flop right or get the most value out of them when you hit a strong hand so write down. All the players names a piece of paper every time you see the flop remember. Your goal is to get into. Play hands. Against bob and susan right. Well every time you play against a hand a hand against bob put a tick mark next to his name. Susan put a tick mark tick mark next to her name. By the end of your session your goal is to have more tick marks against those two players than all of the other ones combined. Now you might be saying sky. There's a problem here. I can't control what hands. I'm dell or whom i opponents are going to be an absolutely. You're right about that but if you have the goal of targeting these fish you're gonna open raise with any playable hand when they are in the blinds with the goal of everybody folding. You get them heads up against you when they come in for the raise if they have a week wide range. You're going to be three betting them with the hope of everyone else folding and you get that fish heads up to yourself when they limp into the pot you get your opportunity now to make it big five. Six seven big blinds. I so raise. Hopefully everyone else folds. And then bob or susan. The fish plays a hand against you. The goal is to target these fish. Whatever hands at uc whatever players you see against. Maybe you end up seeing seven against these two players but fifteen against everyone else. Well that's just the way the cards played. Maybe the eggs. They exited the handy. You've got dealt a ton of aces. Kings queens ace king. And so you were just playing your normal game right and you try to target them. But maybe didn't have many opportunities. But i guarantee if you play this kind of session often you are gonna find that. You're targeting your fish targeting choices are going to win out and you will begin playing more hands against the fish than you do against the other players and that just helps you out. It's going to help your win rate. It's going to help your enjoyment when you're constantly playing against the fish. You know that your skills outstrip. There's and in the end or in the long run. I should say their money will eventually make it to your

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Chauvin Gets 22 1/2 Years in Prison for George Floyd's Death

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Chauvin Gets 22 1/2 Years in Prison for George Floyd's Death

"There are mixed reactions to the twenty two and a half year prison sentence for the former Minneapolis police officer who killed George Floyd last year just as would have been George right now who have been killed the river dell Sharpton after the sentencing of former officer Derek Chauvin as heard on court TV the longer sentence they've ever given but it is not just twenty two and a half years possibly less with parole but the judge added prison time for what he called particular cruelty to George Floyd president Biden commented from Washington guidelines that seem to be appropriate chauvinist mother said her son isn't a horrible person portrayed by the prosecution my son is a good man the videotaped killing of George Floyd sparked months of protests across the country last year and for some changes in the name of social justice Floyd's brother felonies charges not him but his spirit lives here I'm Jackie Quinn

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Interview With Author, Therapist, Dr. Anadel Barbour

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:44 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Author, Therapist, Dr. Anadel Barbour

"Today. It is dr del barber Her book is sex and sobriety equality of narrative that utilization mindfulness practices for enjoyable sober. Sex bailed on amazon and dell in a d e l barber b. a. r. b. o. u. r. dot com is her website. You can follow me on twitter at an a. s. c. h. m. a. n. a. Ns amana Dr barbara welcome all added that long. I never got rid of that email for him out like i i completely get. I've got some arbitrary numbers after my name that the person who sent it by email which i didn't understand really what email was et cetera. Whatever number it's been my email address for god fifty. I don't wanna talk about it. But but but the really scary part is for me. That seems like five minutes ago. So that's the part. So let's i want to talk about. Amd are but let's talk about you. Look at your book. I just what. What is it that people would go to the book form. What is in the book. The book was really came out of my dissertation. And it's about how drugs affect the body and mind when people give them up and have sex very disconnected. And so there's mindfulness practices. It's not this meditation. It's getting to know the body. It ain't no you know your own ears and being able to face them. In with mindful practices we can connect with your body. But you can also learn how to hopefully out that

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The Past and Present of Data Science

DataFramed

02:01 min | 6 months ago

The Past and Present of Data Science

"Can you please give our listeners. A on how you got into data science sure would love to thank you for having me dell. I'm really excited also to speak with you about all of this stuff. So my academic background is in a in neuro science so i got my graduate degree in cognitive neuroscience applying algorithms to functional neuro imaging data so basically what this means is put people into large standards record their brain activity and then try to decode. What's actually happening in the brains using a machine learning algorithms and what i knew was probably about halfway through my phd. I knew i didn't really want to stay in academia in by new. I wanted to work on interesting. Data related or data intensive problems. And when i was at that point in my phd so around two thousand ten. Two thousand eleven. I heard about this thing that that people were talking about called big data. They didn't really have a term for data science at this at this moment in time. And so i just knew that there was this field where you could you could sort of us was still in its infancy but you could sort of use the same kinds of algorithms that i was using ignored imaging work but applied to real world. Data sets so data sets in in advertising in finance in wanted analysis Kind of all over the place. And so basically i started looking into this stuff or reading about it and on my last year i really made a hard push to try to get into the industry and i wound up being able to kind of land a job in the world outside of academia and have factions We're of the earlier data science projects that you worked on. And how has that shaped bath. Leading data science to viacom. I've had. I would like to think that i've had pretty buried experiences. But maybe not. I think the reasonably eclectic.

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Tesla Is Already Shipping Cars Without Radar Sensors

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:48 min | 6 months ago

Tesla Is Already Shipping Cars Without Radar Sensors

"Everybody robin our here today. We're gonna be talking about tesla. Moving to their tesla vision. Approach for tommy tesla's announced that they're going to be moving radar hardware from vehicles. Like we had speculated about on mondays episodes. Made this official will talk about the details there. Then we've also got some news on giga berlin and an interesting update on power while production other strong day for tesla stock today finishing up two point four percent to six hundred and nineteen dollars. Thirteen cents that compared to the nasdaq also up on the day. Zero point six percent so following the removal of any mention of radar on tussles website. Earlier this week dell has now explained where they're at in terms of removing the radar hardware via a tesla support page update. The update here is called transitioning to tesla vision tesla rates quote we are continuing the transition to tesla vision or camera based autopilot system beginning with deliveries and may twenty twenty one model three and model y vehicles built for the north. American market will no longer be equipped with radar instead. These will be the first tesla vehicles to rely on camera vision and neural processing to deliver autopilot full. Self-driving and certain active safety features customers ordered before may twenty twenty one and are match with the car with tesla. Vision will be notified of the change through their accounts prior to delivery and quote. Tesla also notes here that for a short period of time while they're transitioning cars without radars may have some limits on auto steer they say maximum speed of seventy five miles per hour. That's versus ninety miles per hour. Normally and the minimum following distance will be longer. They also say that smart summoned an emergency lane departure avoidance may be disabled at delivered so just important understand that that is a temporary measure not all reports on this covered that detail tesla says in the weeks ahead they'll start restoring those features and yeah we've seen time landslip on efi related stuff in the past but fortunately these are pretty minor limitations and they seem to be more precautionary in terms of safety. Maybe with the exception thereof smart summit

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Apple's 40-Core Desktop Is Coming

The WAN Show Podcast

01:57 min | 6 months ago

Apple's 40-Core Desktop Is Coming

"Apple's pro desktop could have up to forty course This rumor was broken by mark. Gurman about apple's impending arm plans and there's actually a handful of rumors. Let's get through all of them. So i up. Is that new macbook pros a fourteen inch and sixteen inch are shockingly coming featuring apple silicon. I don't think anybody saw this new. Macs with apple silicon. No no they were going to have the segmented line forever apple silicon and intel living in perfect harmony No no not happening. They have this like doing their own thing in house ever. They're going to have four thunderbolt ports. Hd my and an st card slot meant having hdmi back. How freaking awesome. Is that going to be for all the people that don't have hdmi on their laptop already. Like what an upgrade. I actually ran a dell. Xps thirteen to one as a daily driver for almost a year. I think and that was the thing that drove me most crazy. I thought it was going to be usb like a usb type and from time to time that was pretty obnoxious because my ubt is the taipei and i do like to use a mouse. If i'm actually sitting in doing something for a while at the computer. I don't really prefer wireless mice bluetooth. I find noticeably noticeably. Leg man i just love to see an industry standard for something like logitech slate. Speed properly tried light speed kills really well. Yeah but i mean you need a dongle. They're all taipei. So basically you're stuck with a dog goal no matter what if you want to plug a decent mouse into your laptop. But that wasn't the one that drove me crazy. The one that drove me most crazy most often was not having hdmi. Because you never know if you're going to be somewhere doing something

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

07:56 min | 7 months ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Taught a lesson that they shouldn't take fans they shouldn't take advantage of fans as they try to do other week and i'm glad because it was two days. Who's mary upsetting. This episode is just one of many podcast included in these small business. Pod france presented by dell technologies. This podcast conference has been created to encourage and inspire small businesses while covering topics like new business strategies influence or marketing and beyond learn from top. Names in the podcast world. Like jill schlesinger from jill on money rhett and link of your biscuits and many more defined more participating. Podcasts searched for dell technology. Small business pod prince on the odyssey app spotify or apple podcasts at the end of this episode great rant lots of subtle and some unsubtle jabs at the nba will say that lots of your your example to me was basically like. Let's let's have. The clippers lakers play six times a year. You know it loses its its luster to a degree. Let me ask you a question about the nba as a foreigner who really only going to the nba. When i met. Jj when i met jj crop. Li got all in. And i went to clippers games even to philadelphia a couple of times to see you i. I'm proper in where when you're playing. I watch but i'm also not. It's not in blood like you can tell like football is everything to me. Basketball's like it's good. I'll watch it. It's great i don't get it. You plan entire season hop three quarters of a season. You are playing for a league position of who. You're going to play in the playoffs. That is fundamentally at its core slightly a waste of time. I'm wrong like you could lose a game tomorrow. It was above your fans that the mavericks fans aren't going to walk around upset because there's another game in two days and it doesn't really affect your position at the season. It's all about the players the season it's all about the players english football from the first minute of the season in august to the last minute. And may you are playing for three points or one point and it's li- for that and it's europe opponents not europe it's relegation is promotion and that means everything wins something whereas i've seen finds leaving the stadiums and often it's like well we gotta be in the trial or we throw a season you know who who potentially sometimes losing games on poverty. We were talking about for your bed like some of the teams without naming names. Jj the mavericks are playing now. Do not want to win. I don't wanna win. Bed is better off. If they don't win. That would never happen in english football but never have. There was a game the other day on english football wherever the team in six. That was the team meetings accommodated. It's teaming like fifth or six desperately trying to get to force. They qualify for europe and there was a team in seventeen if they lose their down a division all of next year. This was the most exciting game of football. You're ever going to find versus a game. V versus seventeenth box office in the nba. I'm watching a game. I'm like well. They're going to be in the playoffs. They're going to be these guys in the class. What's the point of his. And that's what the owners would trying to some. Just bumming jj out. I'm having an existential crisis right now about the last fifteen years of my life. What was the point of all of it ben. What was going. I i was i was. I said this to ben last week when we talked about this. But it is interesting to me. When this whole discussion about the play in game or potentially doing like a mid season tournament Similar to like maybe like the fa cup in in england like our league is trying to figure out ways to be more like european football whereas like this group of owners did the exact opposite so it was just. It's a weird sort of just juxtaposition. Yeah and their argument is no no. We want affecting the domestic game. We're only talking about europe. That's naive because the domestic game is all about who qualifies europe. And who gets relegated but i would say one thing ben in response to the thing about what we're talking about teams losing on purpose. People are going to respond to incentives. And if there's no consequences in place i e relegation and the incentive is you could potentially get a better draft pick since. Then yeah this behavior is going to continue. But it's built your league. And i don't mean to come on a polk costas so because i get the nba. I love it. I sometimes struggle with it. Because it feels like it's a it's a league to league built for the onus and it's a league built for business and all americans sports though that's not just the the nfl's the same way i'll get. That's not britain. it's not football. Football is definitely money. Don't get me wrong this huge money. That's in the game but ultimately it's built by the fines and it's for the fans and we don't have a choice if these foreigners are gonna come and by off football crops we get it but don't try and change our game. You can't do that. That's not allowed. I was gonna ask you. Do you think that the american owners not to specifically call them out but because they're used to moving american teams moving cities with no repercussions from anybody. No no protests in the streets league not only in certain cases. Leagues actually encouraging. It and helping them do it. Do you think they were. They were naive a little bit in terms of like. Oh we think we can just do this and this happens in the us all the time and even though people in specific cd might be upset about it. There's really no way of stopping it. And they were not ready for like the what what it means to the people like you know. They weren't ready for it and some of them have their phone numbers and they definitely weren't ready for the tax but that's for another day. I think they thought that naively. I think they thought some supporters would be excited by the idea of us always being in europe. Whereas i wanna be in competition that i deserve to be in the right to ban rather than one that i've just been given because my owner is friendly with the other owners. That's the first thing. And the second thing is i think that they were thinking about the international audience they were thinking about. Cbs and how. Cbs would love real madrid vs arsenal every week. But actually have cbs but real real madrid and also it didn't mean a thing because it's nothing like that no one cares about and you plan them six times a year. Then actually they wouldn't have been the market there. You can't take over a sport where people care passionately about. Remove the passion and expect people still to care so yeah. I think they were naive and look. There's many great things about the nba. Many great great things about the nba. So this isn't me knocking the nba. Just saying two different sports bill on two very different foundations and to try and put one into the other is a square peg in around hope. i think that's all very fair. I think that's very fair Ben this has been awesome. Thank you for the time. Thank you for talking about your career. Full well the last year all the things you're passionate about We really appreciate it. I i've loved being. And i and i have to say i do think i wanted to say one thing before we go and i'm sorry if i've rambled on about leslie moonves and grammy's and civil leagues but hey listen you got me on a good night constant talking but i think it's i think he's done such a great job with this podcast podcast. I genuinely do it. Keeps me occupied an amused and entertained and informed. And i think the pair of you is the new kellyanne ryan it really is. It's it's a magnificent parent. I lead to see you both. Thank you for having me. It's always wonderful to see fritzy. But hey thanks so much for listening to our conversation. With ben winston all three parts here for the dell technologies small business pod fronts..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

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07:27 min | 7 months ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"So sort of the lens that you were looking through as you're making the late late show it. Sounds like that influenced your direction that you wanted to make the grammy's did you have any idea that the grammy's would be as well received as they were. I mean there dude. I i know you saw the articles but i literally. I was posting screenshots that day on my instagram up. I was texting you. I mean it was down the line whether it was rolling stone or hollywood reporter van de whatever. The best grammys we've ever watched. That was pretty much unanimous. The best grammys. We've seen make it like this every year What's the question. Did i spent well because you know you. And i talked in time leading up to it and we talk about you. Know how difficult the past years been because of covid it's impacted everybody's life. It's added a layer of stress to job to everybody's daily existence. You're doing the grandma for the first time on your own. There's that stress. Yeah and we talked before and it was. You recognize the magnitude of what you were taking on. Yeah i definitely did i was. I don't get nervous. Usually i told you the story about getting a bit of his appointment less moonbase but that's a rare occasion. I'm very much like win. Not putting out fires when not saving lives with average television. That's always like my out everybody. It's okay that doesn't mean don't take unbelievable be seriously it doesn't mean i'm not involved in everyday tat doesn't mean push everybody but we've also got to have. I'm quite good at going. This is my job. And i love it. But but but you know we've got to keep the specs. The grammy's freaked me out the grammy's freak now the night that the grammy's finished the year before it was the day that kobe died. And i had been there for that and i was quite involved in the grammys. I don't think can only be executive producer that you would mind me saying this. Because he said himself. He had a massive show to run massive. Show that show i. I would argue. And i know i would say this because i run it. I think it's the hotshot televisions produce. And i know that that doesn't come across egotists goes. I've just done it but the reason why is very few things have not many of us. Even the ratings are down to writings down fifty four percent still the highest rated show on television busboy. Chill-out so firstly it's ridiculous number is three and a half hours of tv badly unlike the oscars and emmys which ultimately show clips or. Maybe some years don't show clips like this year but like they give out awards. Show a clip and nuts. And i'm not saying that complicated. They are you have to do all of that on the grammy's but yet also have twenty three music performances and those twenty musical. Mrs unlike maybe the ama's or the the open it's all the best artists in the world because it's the grammy's and everybody thinks they've got the praise for everybody thinks that they are the biggest star in the world. You can't be like oh. These are like top of the bill all of them think. That's of the bill. And you've got the added pressure is the grammy's and everybody sets out to hate it before they've even started watching it so i genuinely believe it's tough old show and so i was backstage doing very much that year like i said i was watching and then kobe was sat in staples and nyc. Everybody you start getting texts and you think it's fake and it can't be real and then it starts you start realizing that it's true and then i start realizing what was sat in staples. We're going live at five pm on. La time on the west coast. And and this is this is This is this is big. We've we're going to be on. Where on television in the home in the in the honda kogi bill and i was very aware of that responsibility and ken was happy to have my help with it. I think because he was massively busy with the most impossible show on television harder for him not year the me this year because of in a way at least i didn't have in thousand people mom been will contain so i said you want me to help with this. And he was like yes. That would be great. So i sat with alicia keys and david wild and we wrote what leashes said together and then we went and we have asked boys to men if they would join us relations idea and without an remember going to find lee's who runs staples and sang. Can we cover all the other shirts. And just have kobe's and then. I got lighting gump spotlight on it so it was very in the weeds of how we would approach this because i felt responsibility to those artists. Dead doing big house tearing the roof off. She's not gonna sing dance and you've got to no. We're going to treat this with the seriousness. It deserved deserves. Because so that you can still do your thing and you can change your thing if you want. But don't you're going to be on a show that at least reflects what's happened and it was important that we did that. And you know and you're where being in live television is like it's a crazy job. Sometimes you have to make decisions very very very false on those things. I produce the tonys a few years ago and that day was that shooting. And i feel bad. I can't remember the name of the ball but that was a very prominent gay ball. The loss people go the died that day and it was the tonys that night i mean again i mean james corden. We sat in the corner and we wrote that opening and decided how we would shoots it and so you sometimes have those moments but they all incredibly draining and so. I got home that night. After we've done the grammy's and of course that wasn't my grammy's but i've been involved in the kobe element of it and i remember sitting there panicking about the next year. It was at an emotional day like a very very emotional day for everybody and to have been stay in when you finally leave staples in the night to see those thousands of people laying flowers and scarves and everything else and it was just just taking a walk on my own. After being involved in that show it was really emotional. And and i don't think i have like. I am this time so grandiose identify ever like over that night in a way i like it in my head producing the grammys. 'cause i was like aren't being up inside a stage a bit but it had been but i'd been involved enough to affect what was on the screen and now i was in charge of it and everyone has an opinion on. Everybody thinks this person you know you see what the weekend everybody is angry or upset or has an agenda and so unlike any other show i've ever produced. It played on my mind every day. I would wake up so often in the middle of the night at like four three thirty four thirty in the morning america. You've got to start thinking about the just go back to bed like your your idiot But it did. It played on my mind because i felt pressure. Like i haven't ever felt before Because the friends reunion. It's it's massive loss people. I've got an internet. It i mean the edit with it right now. I've got loads of time. In the i can tweak it i can come out. If it didn't work i can put this in. I can shoot something if it didn't work. Your life for three hours in the world is watching and ready to judge. You and i'm disappointed in myself in a way that i got so In my head about it and it was only until about two weeks before the corden came into my office and it was so significantly came into my office and he sat down and shut the door and he went..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

07:32 min | 7 months ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Apple podcasts at the end of this episode. Hey all this is part. Two of our conversation with ben winston on the old man of the three with jj redick and tommy alter This is part of the dell technologies small business pod. Fritz and this conversation with ben winston will surely inspire and provide incredible insight on transforming for a new tomorrow post. Covert this part. Two of our conversation with ben winston. How much do you think about. Obviously you're concerned with what people are. Consuming what content creation matters. But how much do you think about how they're consuming it. Especially you know. We're we're talking here about sort of a post covid world and so you're making content. How much are you thinking about. How people are consuming that content. I guess it depends what i make an effort. If you're making the late eight show. We think about a lot. We think about it a lot. Nfl sit still. We've got a if you know we've got to make sure that we got the biggest tiktok channel. There is as ridiculous as it sounds. Familiar me to say that as a nine year old but it's true and in the same way that youtube channel is absurd things like nine billion views Twenty six point four million subscribers as of about thirty minutes ago. Wow okay. i didn't know that that's great When it comes to the grammys or when it comes to friends. I don't think it's about way of viewing. I think it's about making it big enough an important enough people just view it there and then because otherwise they struggled to you know. I hope that when friends launches were amount will be great people. Think it's great loads of people get. Hbo max because of it and then it will be a success so that is going to be that one. When you're making friends go be like this is behind the pay wall over here. Something really cool is coming. Come in here. I asked the eight bucks to get in but you know that's sort of teasing them and making them come to and thinking you're going to miss out its fomo. I don't want to miss out. You go see the friends reunion. i'm gonna buy. Hbo max with the grammy's it's far more about in the. It's it's not really my job. It's in the marketing of it. It's in the like you have to be here on this day or you're going out but this event television and there's very little television left and so for the grammy's you're relying on word of mouth. You're relying on posters. Your alarm commercials reliant. On titus with tweeting in you know. You're you're reliant on basically everybody tuning in eight pm on that sunday night so it depends what the show is that i'm doing if i'm honest but genuinely i when i i i used to get down by writings and i used to really care about that stuff. And and maybe it's because a couple of things haven't gone right thrust on shows that i really cared about that. Didn't right but i can't much less about that now and i just feel like it. It's it can make you on. Well i do a show every night. If i'm waking up in the morning and checking how we did and whether it's you know one point of a decimal point of i'm just not just like the best shows we can and we'll go from that i wanted. I wanted to compare your job. Jj's for a second. I was thinking about this as a podcast host a player. I was thinking i was thinking about this today because i re watched. The mccartney carpool karaoke. Which to me in my opinion is not only one of the best things you guys ever done like one of the best things on television ever on any show and it is. It's just it's emotional. Everything about it is perfect. It's like twenty five minutes of like perfect content. But what. I what. I was sort of thinking about jay z. And i've talked about this. A little bit is like one of the weird things about you know being an mba players. Like if you scored thirty five points on monday. You're playing on wednesday and if you go for seven you're getting booed doesn't there's no sense of. There's no sense of like people. Remember that thing three weeks ago that you did. If the thing doesn't hold up so do you ever feel this thing when you guys are doing. You know you're doing the show five nights a week. We're like you guys do a thing like that and it's amazing and it's objectively amazing does really well gets great reviews or whatever and then you still got to do something wednesday and rather than making a movie or something like that. Where it's like. I made this. I made one movie year and won all these awards and it was fantastic. There's just a grind of doing this day after day. That can become you like exhausting. No i don't think that affects us that way because because actually if you do something great like mccartney actually you can ride that for a few weeks because the truth is we two sets of fans that we have. We have people who watch our show every night. It's a small number but they watch your show every night whether it be on youtube or paramount Cbs whatever it is we have that group of people and the ads and is going to be there and then we have the millions then we have the millions that are there when we do something massive whether it be mccartney would be not prince harry thing we did recently whether it be a trump song and they come to us for the big moments but then not sitting around going. Why isn't corden done anything that i've noticed tonight so so we are. We haven't vaunted in a way that there's loads of people who like when we first started would be like it'd be we've done we've been on now for six years six and a half years. Maybe six i can't remember either way sixers When we started off the threes people guests would come to the show and they'd come into the studio. It's beautiful studio and look. Oh sorry. I thought the whole show was. I thought the show is based in a car and it was like a dagger to our hearts. It was like. Are you kidding me. We do this. We're on show five hundred four in the studio you but it happens much rarely much more valley now but i got it like. We were famous for that for a while. He was the guy and then actually people like. Oh no he's brilliant and things. But no i don't think he's like i think that's true with j. With what you do. Your your your your. You know an a a great game on a monday for on a thursday not for us. We feel like the way we tactically do it. Is we go right every night. We're gonna make an amazing show. But that is for our regulars that is for all in jokes people. That's for the people who always coming to consume it but every couple of weeks we're going to go above and beyond and we're gonna have hot hands and we're gonna do something great and that's what we really try and do and kobe's made that lot more difficult covert is cove is made our day-to-day show better. I would say the show. That's on tonight is better than the show that had one hundred and seventy people watching the audience. 'cause james's spends twice if anyone hasn't seen it choon in one night and just watch james trying to the crew for twenty minutes like nobody's watching. He is so loose so funny you know tonight. He was rubbing the guy who operate mark or the camera cranes. He was asking about his seven wives in his relationships. It's like he's acting like no one's watching luck. Luckily they are but that is a very different thing to a big sketch we might do with tom. Brady do you know what. I mean and two different audiences and we're fine with that. Let's let's go back a year and talk about the logistics of filming this show a little bit and producing this show last spring. I think you guys went back into the studio. Actually around the time.

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Use Self-Knowledge to Be Happier and More Successful as a Small Business Owner.

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02:06 min | 7 months ago

Use Self-Knowledge to Be Happier and More Successful as a Small Business Owner.

"Whenever the subject of how to be happier comes up by getting more sleep exercising reading more whatever it might be and whenever people are talking about how to work more effectively with clients customers and co workers. I always think about the four tendencies. It is so helpful especially now that everything is changing and we're entering this post covid world. Yeah you know. I have to say i think it really is a tool that many people find useful. The ford tendencies is a personality profile that i created the divides people into fort tendencies upholder questioner oblige or or rubble. And when you know someone's tendency and we you know your own tendency you can really set yourself up for success. You can understand why you're miss communicating with someone. You can understand why you're procrastinating and how to fix it. You can understand why somebody may be doing something that seems inexplicable or irritating to you. That they makes perfect sense from their perspective gretchen. I'm obliged as i mentioned urine ups older. Yeah explain what this means and why it matters. Yeah okay. So i will run quickly through the framework so our listeners can identify themselves and they will probably also identify some of their clients. Their customers co workers. Yeah sometimes be very easy to figure out some attended yes. Yes is often very blatant. So i'll go through that so people can situate themselves. Go back through and talk about how the tendancies might come up for small business owners whether they're trying to work more effectively with clients or customers or if they're trying to manage themselves or their own teams so what the tendencies looks at in. This sounds kind of dry. When i start but it does get juicy is it. Looks how you respond to expectations. So we all face two kinds of expectations out. Our expectations like work deadline. An inner expectations like your own new year's

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

04:03 min | 7 months ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Only care about our times which we didn't do about the ditch lights and today it can't be like well let's just have a year of rubbish programs and then hopefully covert. Oh go away. It's been about all of our shows in very different ways. It's been about no no. Let's check it. Let's work out what we're not allowed to do what we are allowed to do. I'm totally change. Everything to make it really and that was definitely the ethos of this year with lately and grammy's specifically I'm with the team here. And it's like it's make this better than people expect and so it's pushed us for good in a good way i think. Did you feel like you're you're music background. Help with this push initially because you mean carpool. Karaoke is the sort of obvious example of this but your show from day one list for no one has been at the forefront musically of anything in the space by a long stretch. And that's that that that shows off often like a lot of different ways. It's not just is that just your your james's taste or is that a thing where you guys were. This is going to rate well. So we're going to make this push rather than you know some like actors or comics or whatever. I think it's james. I don't think it's may. I think it's james. I think that the best producers are the ones who work out what meli what their talent is amazing and then out the way to a certain extent and so i think that with james. You've got this gifted you know what's funny is. He'll do these like sometimes we'll have pop stars on the show and they'll be doing like a sing off. Unlike james will have to sing a little bit worse on purpose because he's out singing them and you're like and people don't always expect it from him. They're like oh my god like and suddenly you're with these pop stars there like see the host and like james's pitch perfect and i'll look like you know you you sound very good..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Ben you mentioned the the online part and can you just talk about the importance of really your youtube channel for the late late show especially in the early days in terms of growing the show. The buzz for the show. It's essentially how You know carpool karaoke. Got it start you eventually. Sold carpool karaoke to apple This this just a sort of parallel with something that you know. Tommy and i are doing you know when we were doing shows with yahoo with the wringer i really prior to zoom we put a few episodes on the wringer youtube channel Still the most popular popular episodes on the ringer. You yes it'd be butler on. Yeah once we so when we started three or four two and we're to do our own show like we recognize right away like we need to have a youtube channel. We needed to have a place For people to watch these videos and right now of course we're just doing these zoom You know because of covert we're going to get into this later. The difficulties of producing stuff and making content in covid. But how just your thought process on on putting that stuff on youtube and also for the network. I would assume it's gonna affect their ratings. A little bit. Was there any pushback from them. Yeah there was was pushed back. I remember again. That was where less came in useful. Because i remember calling him about it because the digital the cbs interactive. Will you have to we have to put commercials on the we have two commercials on the old clips. And i remember getting arguing with them sending a no. No one knows who james corden is. Just give us like the first three or four months. Just give a youtube channel with no commercials. Just do that for us on the first three months. Let us build an audience. Because if you don't know who this late night host is and you go through a thirty second commercial. I might not have that attention span for long enough. And therefore i've clicked onto something else if i don't know the host again i remember. I would call like sure if that's what you wanna do if that's what he's gonna nyc accessible then so be it and they backed us things like that. I think for us we will make we. No one thinks james is better than i do. Apart from james maybe james jones's biggest fans and even we can't stay up till twelve at night and watch our shot like you have to be an insane person to be watching television after midnight. You it's just. it's. It's a bizarre offing in america that in england. Tv's packed up by eleven fifteen..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"It was a very different to be taking out of it was. It was a good challenge. the other the other big project is the friends reunion. Show which i believe. You just finished shooting recently. Yes correct we take you just you have so much stuff going on. It's hard to keep track. Can you give us a just the listener. Just sort of a brief overview of full. Well seventy-three what you guys do sort of the structure of your company and and sort of what what projects you generally go after. Yeah i think what we've got its company based in the uk and us. There was four of us iran. It lifelong friends. It was made my coaches from when i was a kid. Gabe turner his brother. Ben tana death us causing leo hohmann the four of us essentially. We had an idea for a film when we were straight out of college drought university and it was about a group of street kids. You will unbelievable soccer freestylers. They can do anything with a bowl and we decided you know. They used to raise money by just hustling on the street for like a dollar here. And that's how they go by. That's how they are living in. And they wanted to pay tribute to their hero issues. Diego maradona because he was the all time of rock and roll didn't give a shit so footballer on And so we came up with this idea for a documentary film that they would. They wanted to travel with no money for food accommodation travel. Just every night hustling on the street street performing busking to see if they can media ghimire dona and and we made the film that we made. We didn't know what we do. I think i was twenty three twenty four years old. We were traveling around the world with a camera. They managed to get a free flight to new york. They traveled overland for north central south america to find yago maradona performed for him and we came back to england with and of course they fell along the way they split up..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

05:16 min | 7 months ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Apple podcasts. At the end of this episode. Everyone it's the old man agree with b. j. j. redick and my co host tommy alter we're really excited to share this podcast as part of dell technologies small-business pod france and this discussion with my good friend. Ben winston will surely help any small business owner as he gives incredible insight on transforming for a new. Tomorrow post it. We hope that you find this episode both inspiring and useful as we work together to support small businesses. Please tune in wednesday for part two of our conversation with ben winston and friday for part. Three of our conversation with ben winston. Let's get it all right. Let's welcome in my dear friend. One of my favorite people in the world ben winston. Ben this is. I believe the fourth time that i've had you on my podcast. Our podcast now but we had you on twice with yahoo. I think once with the ringer and now on the old man in the three For a special bonus episode Presented by dell So we're gonna talk a lot about just last year. The challenges of covid for your production company full well seventy three and that the challenges of Producing the late late show. Which is a nightly. Show that you've had to do for the last year during covid before we get to that. I think it's always important to reiterate the story of how we met. I supposed to reach. You're you're going to tell the story. Well firstly. I'm very honored to be back. It's been a while. I'll be honest. I've been what insults me slightly is that you will always very happy to have me on when it was when it was y'all who it was. I was irregular. And then suddenly you get your own podcast that you own. I am no it to be seen. You roll up in stacey abrams grill. You're pretending that you know you know about bogus history. You're like flying with all these others and then suddenly in a random special about covert. Suddenly i get invited. It's an absolute shambles in a disgrace. I'm not gonna lie. I don't know if it's your to blame or tommy. I'm not sure either way but the only positive about their in this is that with the other cost that you don. I've never been sent sneakers and that is let's go. Do you know what. I mean branded. How big time of you that you have the you guys have your own brand of shoes. That is as you guys have late late late. Show sneakers of course. We don't have sneakers where it tv show. Have you have one for being a podcast. Costs could get over it when they arrived in the price. We don't have..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

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08:03 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Previously on the tony kornheiser show. I think the real answer is when he comes to town usually once or twice a year performance warner but when he comes to town he spent a lot of time. Mom and i think that's the main priority when fear and then he hits back off to do whatever he has to think. He doesn't have a lot. But i will ask again. Can you just also say busy will say he's just not that came out. That's what i think it is but you could also say to him. Tony suggests put your mom in the car. It's okay i'll try the tony kornheiser show is on now. All righty then. This is our third podcast this week. Which makes me happy. Because i'm working makes me happy that my son is here and is socially distanced away by six feet on my uncle. Benny's table that makes me happy This is going to be a special show today and we will get to that in a little while. I just wanted to do a brief open because two things have happened overnight that i consider big deals one is that larry hogan the governor of maryland was apparently shamed and beaten down by twenty five hundred dollars a year mayor in ocean city maryland. Who said really big boy. i'm gonna open the boardwalk. I'm gonna open the beaches. What are you gonna do about it. And larry hogan did nothing about it and instead did something really good which is open the golf courses and open the tennis courts throughout the state of maryland. So as of seven o'clock this morning courses were open. Columbia will be opening tomorrow. Which makes me very happy. Although really all i really want to do is go to the driving range and hit for about fifteen minutes and that will that will be thrilling. The second thing. I wanted to say in the open is there is a weather report and this is not a secret weather report. This is not being denied. By the trump administration. This is not fake news. Apparently on mother's day it's going to be cold enough to snow in the northeast is going to get snow. Places like binghamton are going to get snow on mother's day. That's not that unusual for upstate. New york when i pick my daughter up from school after her freshman year on may seventeenth. It snowed three inches. So but but the conditions could actually have snow in inside the beltway in washington. Dc but unlikely but in cook thankfully you'll be able to get your father's day present which is to play golf on mother's day but i'll be able to play on mother's day because nobody else will be out there because it will be in the thirties. It will be in the thirties. So that's interesting so i just wanted to begin now. Did you miss the hail yesterday. I didn't see any hail hale and in our neighborhood. It's hard for a little. While having a hard reboot. Wow hail no. I didn't get that no didn't get that. Did it did it break any of your windows. You could hear it. Wow so no no. I didn't So now let me let me let me say that. This is a special show. I have a special thing to read. That will launch me into what i want to say and bring on gerry bron. This is the copy. I'm tony kornheiser. You're listening to the tony kornheiser show. I'm very proud and honored to present you today. Show which is part of dell technologies. Small business pod. Florence small businesses are grappling with the impact of these uncertain times and looking for resources. Del technologies has assembled an all-star lineup podcasters to create the first ever virtual conference to share advice and inspiration for small businesses. I hope that you find this episode both inspiring and useful as we work together to support. Small businesses dell. Technologies is here to help you through these times from keeping you connected and productive while working remotely with windows and microsoft teams to providing relevant content to help your business to find more participating. Podcasts search dell technologies. small business pod for ins- on radio dot com spotify or apple podcasts. At the end of this episode. Gary braun owns a small business. He's going to be with us. Andrew dana owns a small business. He's going to be with us. And michael sands and through extension steve sands although it's michael who owns a small business now and they're both going to be with us. I own business. I one for two in small businesses. At the moment. I went over one with chatter which was a small business and lost a bunch dough and and we got out and i have as i've said many times. You're absolutely no regrets. Had a great time swum for the fence. Yeah no regrets at all and one of the things that dad did. Owning chatter was accommodate. Something that i hadn't realized was a small business but is a small business. Which is this podcast. As many of you know who've listened for a long period of time. I got out of a radio deal. I didn't renew a radio deal and i- amicably left and started a podcast. And the reason i did that was not because i hated radio because what we do here is a radio show. I mean most of the time when we win. We're in a studio. But because i didn't want to be tied to a specific locale and more importantly i didn't want to be tied to a specific clock. We make our own time on a podcasts. At varies every single day. And there's no such thing as a hard out at eleven fifty five thirty where you have to be off the air. It doesn't work that way. So it's much more accommodating to the way. I like to talk and the people that i like to bring on but it is a small business. We do have to employees where we have three. I'm an employee. Michael is an employee. Nigel employees and then most of the time when people come in our regulars come in pay them as well so it is a small business and it seems to be doing well for which. I'm very grateful in one of the people who is a regular and we're sticking him out of money most of the time now because he doesn't show up physically which is his loss not ours because he shows up. Electronically is gary braun. People have known you for a long time gary. Sometimes we forget that you have a real job where you may go by something other than the nicknames that we have for you. Can you talk about how braun. What braun film and video is who are involved in it and why you did it because your dad was a lawyer write. Your dad worked in a firm. I mean he did not grow. Dad didn't have his own business so when you told him you wanted to do your own business what did he say to you a tony. Come on man you can you can. If if anyone can appreciate you can appreciate his reaction to that because my dad as as you know is from all exactly where you're from limbaugh he. He was also an only child from from limerick new york his his parents both immigrants And he thought it was insanity. I mean it was him thought it was. It was crazy. How are you going to get paid. Yeah remember you're not going to get a weekly paycheck. What are you nuts. Go work for someone. Yeah you're gonna pay for your retirement can have a pension which you know I don't know there was as obvious. But back then. But i mean that's not really a thing anymore with the exception of of jobs like that like law firm job so Yeah that that was not a that was not met with tremendous excitement and i was doing. I was leaving albeit a not a great paying job. I was leaving a steady paying job to do that. I was producer You know for your show as nice can appreciate so By the way that's the people at dell think you're not committed. I just figured this thing was dead when i heard yesterday that golf was on. I figured you and my understanding that the club doesn't opens friday. Explains it so yeah. It was You know my my dad Worked real hard And and had a lot of pressure from his parents to get a good education which he did and it was. He wasn't crazy about about his two sons going outta love. My brothers actually my partner businesses. You know people listening probably do not So yeah. He didn't think that.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Regard as your core principles and you remember fun. Which tells you lebel. Who's her executive producer and has been the executive producer of malcolm show since the beginning. She's someone who came with us. From from the old company Is very important person and establishing our culture but she talks a lot about kindness as a as a principle of the company and It's really it's really true. And i think she's been the kind of guardian of it but it's the way people think about working together and how they help each other and support each other and the ties into i think a bunch of other ethical principles not just about integrity journalistic integrity business integrity But you know Diversity the kind of workplace we want to create the kind of society. We wanna see bottled in the company. So people have a lot of feelings about it. And when you have a young workforce those getting that stuff right and having that all relevant meaningful people to people. is crucial in recruitment and retention. Because you've got not just be a place where people can do interesting work. I think you've got to be a place where people want to work. How do you get across your values to someone who's coming into thinking of working for you. I think they have to. I think that they don't hear from this. I'm hopefully they do hear it from the ceo. But i think people only believe when they hear it from peers and see that peers are having that kind of experience in the place they work and kind of. I can't hide. You can't hide who you are especially as a company. Right is a person so maybe a little bit but as a company you know word will spread and what it's like their values come they they do come through and i think it's especially true with start up companies because they grow up so quickly that they end up being kind of projections of the values and beliefs of the of the founders. And you know. I think that's trick facebook and one way uber another way but it's it's even more true at a smaller business. Everything that you you believe gets reflected in some way in the in the company. Thanks again to jacob weisberg and malcolm glad well of pushkin industries you can hear more of dell small business pod by searching dell technologies small business pot fronts on radio dot com spotify or apple podcasts special. Thanks to emily. Ross dhec carly migliori. Julia barton heather fain and jason gambro. I'm michael lewis..

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"We were presented with this opportunity. Julian i were really trying to figure out a way to put this in the context of our podcast and had incorporated of small businesses with pop culture and the celebrity content that we talk about and there are a lot of different ways to do this but something that juliana have always been really interested in is organic and at times inorganic celebrity endorsements and the effects that they have on small businesses. So we kind of decided to do. I guess the way that this episode is gonna go down is you know i. We're just gonna talk about some celebrity. Shoutout endorsements that we've seen. And i'm sure wants you guys can relate you just because they're really fun to talk about and then we actually got the chance to speak to some small business owners that have been directly impacted by these celebrity shouts and it was just like so much fun. Wasn't it so much fine like so interesting so informative in really something that i think. We care about a lot so it was so exciting process to be able to do. Yeah i just wanna give a disclaimer. None of the people that we interviewed. You know. we're not getting paid to do this. We're not getting cut of any of the prophets at all from the people that we interviewed. These are just genuinely businesses that we believe in. And you know. We took bits and pieces from each of the different conversation that we thought were the most applicable. And i'm just really excited. I hope you guys enjoy this as much as we did. So i wanna frame this by putting it in this context if you guys remember when kylie jenner did her office tour of kylie cosmetics. She's going around. She gets the part where she showing her refrigerator. And she purposely has videographer make a note to blur out her favorite drink because she said she's like if i showed this it'll be sold out immediately if i it's my favourite which you know if you know nothing about the kardashians sounds really narcissistic. But it's absolutely accurate accurate to the point. Where even though they blurted out it started a whole trend online of trying to figure out what the drink was and people are posting on twitter. And i think even read it saying like it has this label. This color like this is what we can tell from the blurred out images because people especially because blurred out. They wanted to know so badly. Yeah and especially because that was a perfect example of clearly. That wasn't a paid thing like this was really disfavor. Drinking people are by people. I mean like us. Also i think are just obsessed with what celebrities find to be worth. I think we think of people that have all the resources in the world that of course they're gonna choose the best of the best and so i think that's one of the reasons that sometimes we trust their opinions on things that aren't being paid for 'cause it's like oh if it's good enough for them you know i think yeah and i think also a lot of times. When it's a non paid endorsement. We trust so much because we have the mentality of like they could get paid for this and they like it. There's something about them saying in the weight that carries like i could get paid for this but i'm not being paid just genuinely like this so much where you're like okay. If there's something up they're putting out for free and it could be a business opportunity but they don't need it just because they like it so much. I think that carries so much weight for us consumers. I totally agree you know. Also just the power of kylie jenner's just massive in general but one of the things is she. She tweeted saying kylie fact. I eat three packs of pomegranates. Everyday and anytime. She's done towards on her apps. Or if you just see on her story she's always eating pomegranates. And her brand that she pom wonderful and it was reported that sales rose by sixty nine percent after she talked about the brand online is crazy. I like the power that kylie jenner has a think is honestly unparalleled because the opposite end of that would be when she spoke about not linking snapchat anymore tanked. That's exactly what. I was about to say about snapchat wishes. They were pom wonderful

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"And you know you go until it's perfect. If it can be a little bit better yeah take that take that every time. Do it every time you know. Yeah how many times do we nudged dialogue around. Well oh we never stop this and yeah. I think we were doing that. We never stopped doing that. We're now to nudging all the time until we have you know scenes that we really love sees it make you feel. Yeah so that make us feel and we hope that it makes her audience. Feel to right and with the guiding principle of like. Let's just get this one percent better and sometimes you luck out and it's ten percent better than you think. Wow we really. We really found it here but But just if every movie make will improve it a little bit. You're eventually going to get there. But our challenges really fixing everything that we noticed that can be improved. And it's about making those moments powerful making it matter and at the same time giving it a feeling of perfect where you come away with is a creative product. They are proud of and the first season aired in even before we were in the running for any awards cadence. Thirteen major podcast network expressed an interest in working with us for the season to season. Two in many ways there are our. Gary kurtz is producing buddy Handle the parts. Where less familiar with the parts they know from the breakout shows like to live and die in the lay and their original series. That's the key that's the key. That's the that's where you want to take off. We know what we don't know and we end up with a complementary relationship that allows our business to keep building in and growing You know because of score we have a successful now spin off podcast. Series that interviews. The top film composers in the world called score. The podcast just interviewed danielle fman where we have a wonderful music sponsor that supports that series in in similar ways and ultimately we get to do what we really love until powerful and inspiring stories for a living to share them with you for free and Pardoned the ads. That's that's a hall of this gets made possible but We now have plans to make several new bio pods and the future plus Our first fiction series that we've been developing epochal of media is a small business that really couldn't have existed five years ago right. It's an emerging field these podcasts. And there's a unique angle of high production value that we have and we also have original score and true stories that have never been told in these ways. We got to this point through hard work and public support through view fans following blockbuster and score on social media and then us building the next thing you learn something new each step of the way and then you apply those lessons and make the next one a little better than the last one and then the next one even better. We turned our passion into action. We overcame the people who doubted us. the haters. the people who turned us down and we get to make things other people will enjoy for a living as perfect as we're capable of making them One percent better every day. And we're finishing the knicks seasonal blockbuster. Now it's the most advanced thing we've ever made the stories intoxicating lee inspiring the sound design. Makes you feel like you're there. The original music is taken to a level. No podcast has ever taken it and in the way that it will support the story. We thank you for coming along with us on this chat through the history of our small business production company epoch left media and blockbuster and the inspiring stories. We can't wait to take you on in the coming years. Your support of course is crucial that any small business and if you wanna be a part of blockbuster this new season Please share it. Great at Support it by buying shirt or bonus features on our website at get blockbuster dot com and get your name in the credits of the new season and be sure to give us a shout out on social media at blockbuster pod on facebook twitter and instagram as we launch into this new season and follow me at match reader for elena bobbitt's and peter bobbitt's. I'm raider thank you so much for listening. Thanks thank you.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"To get a slightly different product out of it and changing the process is a very difficult thing especially when you're working in teams of people write these inventions took years to catch on because they didn't have the complementary roles help them grow right right. So you know example to edison's light bulb. Edison is responsible for you know the first commercially viable lightbulb. And this kind of new model of this is doing mentioned. It was met with criticism. It was people thought it was stupid. Gimmick terraces oil lamp way. This is ridiculous. You have a little film it involved and you know what's wrong with the oil lamp and it took years before that idea caught on And the reason was the idea. Itself wasn't good enough to revolutionize it it had to come with other things. Oh yeah and something that. I'm as a sound person. Much more close to is the telephone itself. I mean in a way. The telephone was the kind of beginning of of sound transmission in a way as we know it. And so alexander. Graham bell patented it in eighteen seventy six. He went out trying to sell his invention but every body laughed him out like they did not understand why you would want to do that. And his company called western union. They said it was too complex for an average person to us and that it wasn't a tool but a quote unquote toy. We're gonna keep doing telegraphs. Yeah they said yeah. Great solicitude telegraphs. Right and so he went to the biggest to the big boys in the big said absolutely now so bellefield but instead of that being the end of history right or the end of the story of the telephone He started his own company with the financial support of his father in law and a friend thomas sanders who was a leather merchant and who actually had experienced in one thing. That bell wasn't the best which was managing the small business right so he partnered up with someone who complemented what bell did in a way that would make this endeavor the telephone more feasible and so together. They scaled this operation up. They began leasing out telephones which they service themselves to right. Because bureau centrally giving this device to people they can operate it but sometimes they break and everything so they also service them and it right course. It took years but eventually bell telephone company and the technology went on to really revolutionized communication over the next century as we know it. Oh yeah and it not only became a revolution of its own but everything that we do nowadays whether it's the cell phone you're holding right or the internet year using there's a very high chance it's running over regular phone lines. I mean it'd be the backbone of our civilization all communication everything that we're using right now during you know these. These corona virus has been enabled as a result of this of this partnership of two people right And so just looking at the big picture bells idea was amazing and he had passion for this. He knew what he was doing in eighteen. Seventy six but that wasn't good enough because he didn't have the partners. He didn't have the support that he needed to make this An actual feasible product. Right this guy. Thomas anders correct leather merchant correct. So he's the guy who knew how to run a business and passion became action. A vision became an executed reality and that brings us to the next stage for many enterpreneurs. Yes using the haters to your advantage. The the second challenge here because once you get in to actually creating something you're going to be challenged and you know when we first started out filming interviews for score that the documentary the feature documentary you know. I didn't know anyone who is a film composer. Of course the first question. Everybody and ender agent has when you email them or you call them. They say who else is participating and no one wants to be in it if nobody else is Is in it yet. And so there's always this question of like. How do you get that that. I kind of critical mass to be able to actually say oh well we have you know. Abcd that are all part of this and then that hopefully makes it a lot easier because people trust okay. If they're in it then this must be this must be legit. It was extraordinarily difficult to get the first interviews because our answer was no one yet but we hope to get you know such and such and then we have this laundry list of composers that we were hoping to to get access to Who are way too busy to to sit down with us based on just some cold call to their offices and we had some people refuse it i i. I remember one composer Who who shall not be named now but a very very famous composer. Who james noon howard. No no it's not him but someone who Who got it back. We have to come to sell. It was someone who just said. I'm just not that interested. How do you overcome that. That's where this action comes in. Our plan on score was to interview all of the people at the edge of this industry. I so we would start with the agents and managers and executives who could comment on film music history and evolution and hopefully lead us to one or two. You know real composers that we could interview after that and that strategy worked. We shot over Fifty interviews and all and it ended up being more than we needed and almost everyone made it into the final film but it was that action plan that was the key to the whole documentary and it led us to this realization. That everyone who doubted us Along the way. And you always think when you hear that there's always the the self-doubt of you know in my nuts for trying to do this because people are literally telling me no. Because i just don't wanna and you know how do you rebound from that and And then at the end of this it's so satisfying if you're able to kind of power your way through that And will your way to to an end product. And now a lot of these people. We had reached out to a really impressed that we pulled it off and we ended up inviting many of them to to the premiere screening also including some that. We never actually ended up interviewing But they were then very supportive which was which was great so with blockbuster season one you know. We approached several podcasts networks. And it's a different relationship with you know. A scripted podcast. And it's a very new thing too so there. I don't know that there's necessarily a you know one right way to do this. But we approach several people early on We'd never made a podcast before a scripted. Podcast and we knew we could probably figure it out but we need the right partners. Who believed in us and We approached several of the major podcast. Network's all of them had some issue with you. Know our our style of storytelling. Or you know certain certain things that we were doing away that they were unfamiliar with You know if you think of podcasts. A lot of people still think of it as something that you you know record talking about movies in your garage or a true crime story or something you know along. Those lines and most companies have unscripted departments and then they have fiction departments and we were not fiction but also we weren't really documentary either. This wasn't us interviewing people about steven. Spielberg this was us doing all of the research to be able to put together a story and tell it in kind of the most immersive inorganic way that we could. We could again that bio-pic model but none of these podcasts. Networks really knew how to do this one executive. I remember at a major network said to us. We just weren't feeling the format of the show. We don't we don't think it'll work so here. We are several months into developing the story of steven. Spielberg george lucas. That we really like we find so kind of magical an inspirational and all of the people in this industry are.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Time. Their strengths and weaknesses and what makes them tick. And what are they nervous about. And all of these things which you don't often see in you know a summary of someone's past our pitch and it's still a lot of our marketing materials for what blockbuster would be was. Let's make a movie for your ears and if we did it right. People would come away with Vivid visual images of the scenes that we were creating purely with sound design. You know there's no images anywhere it it's impossible for an audio platform but what. We've seen a lot from the way people react to this. They say when. I saw that scene about something and we say when you saw it and they saw a well when i heard it. And he's okay then it's working and that's a really cool thing so we were trying to actually paint pictures with sound before we jump into that. I kind of entrepreneurial challenge. I just want to kind of trace back. The origin for the idea of blockbuster was when we were working on score film. Music documentary. peter. You'll remember because you went through this not nearly as many times as i did put a lot of times. We have like a twelve minutes stretch of of John williams scores and these kind of moments throughout his early career. When he was john williams. Is i kind of establishing himself. And he just he explodes into all of these super iconic scores you know jaws and then star wars and close encounters and then. Et and superman and all of these other And then indiana jones. You know it's like all of these super famous Scores that just give you goosebumps. You're on the edgy. It's roller coaster ride for twelve minutes of the movie that we we put together and you know a lot of times you start to hate what you've created after you see it too many times and you say oh. This is terrible. I can't you know but what we found is that it's a really fun. Ride through score and There's this clip of williams and steven spielberg and they're explaining. The jaws theme and john says i told stephen here's the theme to At stephen goes. I thought he was joking and And like that was a really interesting little nugget into their relationship. Because john williams was not the the name that we now know him as at the time he had done movies but none of them. That had voted to the level of jaws would and You know at the time. Stephen who's really young stephen was in his twenties. He hadn't yet made a name for himself but But he was a soundtrack nerd. He'd collected john williams scores for years. So stephen took john williams to lunch and this didn't make it into the series but john was a little older and he mentioned in an interview. Actually that steven didn't really know how to pour the wine and It might have been his first time and he thought it was kind of kind of cute. Stephen was trying to impress him and bring him onto a project. And at the same time. I started hearing about george lucas and how he supported stephen on jaws and then their friendship as george was trying to make star wars. It needs music. And who do we call in. How about you know. Just john williams guy. He's your guy so we've grown up in this world were spielberg and lucas. Her icons and to the point that there are cultural movements based on what they've built you know stranger things. Basically e t. It's the nostalgia kind of second wave of a lot of things from the eighties but people don't really think of spielberg and lucas as once-struggling struggling filmmakers they were trying to build things too and they were taking on a lot of responsibility is very entrepreneurial slightly different model but they are the captains of this ship and they have this budget and they have this vision and they have to execute and they have to get the right people to help support that in that and absence and i think it's also something to do with the specifics of the film industry where This by know me. I says the nine to five job now season two of blockbuster going to advance a few of these things which we can't quite talk about just yet so be sure to subscribe and all of that good stuff but the really powerful thing to me in in doing a lot of the research was they had to fight for it and it's all about building this vision. They're building their own kind of unique business here and just like small businesses. A lot of films will lose money. Most films lose money and And it's all about fighting for that. That shot at actually being a success. And if i can john what happens with jaws as they finally get and just like a movie. You have to be passionate about the story. You're telling it's the same thing that applies to business right where You can't make a business out of something. You're not interested in right. People go into a business. Start there into renault. You'll enterpreneurial journey. Because they're passionate about some idea because they see a problem they find a solution to it and they're like i think i can make money on this and movies are the same thing in those guys. I coined the term blockbuster right right. It's their own category of movies which nobody thought whatever happened right. You're crazy exactly so our first challenge in making blockbuster. The podcast was figuring out how to take that idea that spark that peter talked about earlier and turn it into something that other people would care about and would appreciate and could potentially make some money at least make it's money back And really we were just trying to make something that was as good as it could possibly be as good as we could possibly make it and You know we were looking at something like seventy five grand to make all of All of the podcast from scratch and You know that talks actors. That's the recording equipment storage to. That's the expertise studio rentals right and all of the voices delude groups and then there's the legal and production and you know the other elements there that a lot of people Don't think about the insurance. All of these things have to be part of this. All of that had to be built from scratch so we had to develop that business plan and we were talking about starting a new genre of scripted content. Basically i mean no one has done this kind of bio-pic model so it was somewhere between. Maybe an immersive audio book and movie but we had to find a little bit of that space. Because we didn't really there wasn't a model for this yet and that's when we faced our first challenge which is really trying to turn passion into action and this seems like an obvious point but it's the part that very broadly separates the creatives From the business people so because the world is full of people with great ideas of inventors that come up with some great product right but they are unsure of how they actually materialized that into something more and something tangible and real something they can actually make money on and you know make a living off of yup. that's because inventors live in there of what could be rather than what is there are people who can do both but it often takes years of training and experience to get there right. We see this reflected also in film where you have working relationships between the director like george. Lucas the creative part of wars and producer. Gary kurtz the businessperson this lens blur over time and with experience just like the business world but you need those complementary roles to connect a radical intangible concept. You've dreamed up and are so passionate about into a specific action can take in the real world. Oh ya endures. Lucas case that interpreting aerial side is.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"This is what filmmaking is all about so that economic uncertainty is a big factor anytime. You're starting a business and especially now in for a lot of businesses that already exists. They're working through these things so really in this episode. We want to talk about three things. The first of these is our own kind of journey as a creative team building and organizing creating investing in the future that we were trying to build when we were first. Starting on blockbuster. There is no such thing as kind of a true drama series yet so kind.

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Hi i'm matt schrader creator and narrator of blockbuster here with the series designer peter bobby producer elena guy. Yes they're married. The last name isn't just a coincidence. In fact You just welcomed to the family theo. Congratulations yeah this is a special release that we're doing Gathered here today remotely through The magic of all of these different software tools and We're here to tell you a little bit about our story. Which is being highlighted by the dell technologies. Small business pod france. Think of that as a tedtalk from creatives in the podcast space. But before any of that. We want to give you a little update on the upcoming season. Two of blockbuster. If you've been following us on social media at blockbuster pod you'll see we've been received so warmly by press like forbes the verge gizmodo we've been honored to win best creative podcasts. Abic podcast of the year awards and are in the running. Now for the peabody's the webbie's new york festival radio awards and several others. So we're really really excited. It's not something with thought about much one. We started this series last year but quite the motivational boost for us as we were recording actors season. Two things for getting the word out about blockbuster it has really worked and so fulfilling to hear from people saying they listened. The ugly cried at certain scenes. We're so honored to be able to make these kinds of things that people will appreciate and care about as much as we do. Yeah and we've been hard at work on season. Two as some of you might have noticed on our social media and although like everyone else we've been hit by the coronavirus thing. Well we've managed to adapt like also all of you. So we brand new remote workflow and we managed to finish all of our recordings in that fashion And the great news is we finally have a release date and we're set release in june and yeah so we have a lot to share so first of all just like last season is going to be incredibly immersive. It's to- are. We giving spoilers here peter not to watch but it is going to be immersive. Good go ahead. We can give away a little. It's going to be slightly different story but we're going to be as big and as bold as before and of course like last time it's researched to the tiniest possible detail Were asked true as it gets to real life and again it's a bio pod its bio pic podcast as the verge call dust bio pa origin of that is still kind of up in the air but we think elena invented. Elena thinks that there are contenders. And we're also going to be a bit longer we're going to have ten episodes instead of six and we're going to be a bit more expansive because this time around we have over seventy five characters so law So many yeah. It's been so much to juggle but we're We think we're going to pull it off. Yeah i mean. It was a really long recording process but we managed and everything turned out to be really amazing especially considering what's happening around us and itself contained this season in some very delicate ways connects to season one. But you won't need to understand season one to Listen to season. Two and just like susan one. It's an incredibly powerful story. So obviously i know some of the some of the sound design. That i've heard well we won't play it up too much because expectations are always the anyhow but but it sounds so cool. Can't wait to share it Yeah so there's still a couple of things that we have to do And unfortunately corona viruses kind of throwing a wrench in the whole process. We have to loop group Which is when we get a bunch of actors in one room to be are mid ground background very specific to some of the scenes that were shooting unfortunately because of coronavirus. We can't put more than one person in a room. So we're trying to figure out if we wait if we do this remotely But one thing we can tell you is. We're all ready so proud of this one. That will we can't wait to show it to you guys. And what is this season about well. There's going to be trailer coming out soon. So i'm not sure if we can stay to stay tuned state. Maybe it'll be Coming out around the corner follow our social most social media buster and listen and detail to this episode. because we'll keep on dropping small spoilers. We can promise so about this episode. It's a weird time for small business like ours probably like yours to and we've had to adapt and solve problems like recording together. I mean right. Now we're in three separate locations and we're recording ourselves and we're having a dialogue. We see each other. We can hear each other But remotely To have to figure out how to interact how to collaborate as efficiently as before and the truth is it's not easy because we're dealing with creative ideas storytelling. We're we're talking about emotions and yep it's much more difficult to talk about those things when you don't feel the person next to you in the room so we wanted to share with you guys. A bit of our journey of how we went about starting this production company that specializes in storytelling and all those stages that we went through so if you a follow us and please do subscribe to blockbuster on all of your podcast listening apps. But you'll see that. The of the series is epic cliff media. I think now it says epic originals and as some of our listeners may know that's My company that i started in two thousand fifteen when i left my job as a investigative journalist i was with cbs. At the time I put my own savings and credit cards and a lot more into camera and audio equipment to start filming a documentary and that was a film About the world's most well known film. Composers like khan zimmer. John williams of course Danny elfin like fifty others that we ended up interviewing and that film was called score a film music documentary. It's where i met peter Where i met. Elena and peter and i worked together on that film. He did the sound for it. He won awards for the sound for it. And its success led to a spin off interview. Show that we've been doing for the last three years called score the pod counties that interviews a lot of these composers working on modern things and it's a cool kind of you know peek behind the curtain and then all let us to this idea for blockbuster which is a scripted narrative miniseries that put kind of my journalism background and And peter's extraordinary sound design together into the same kind of product that we could It hadn't been done before this idea of that. That word again bio pod. So that's kind of the short of it. The challenges like with any creative project are how to build something. Sustainable that can keep you employed and and keep the creativity flowing so specifically what we're pushing into. Is this idea of high end. Kind of immersive audio. That's done almost at a level that you would see on a feature film the storytelling skills. Yeah and that's what. This episode is about the risks of taken to build what we have from scratch with our own sweat and blood. This episode is also part of a broader serious and small business success from dell which is supporting hundreds of small businesses in the wake of the coronavirus lockdowns. We do want to recognize and acknowledge sulfur. This as a lot of advertisers have pulled out of podcast. Youtube canonica certainty. Here dealt technologies has been incredible in supporting and highlighting the small business pod for in serious talks. We're really applaud them for their commitment to supporting small businesses and trying times especially those like ours in entertainment which are completely shut down because you cannot work with actors and beyond sets and have a lot of people together and.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"We wanted to share with you guys. A bit of our journey of how we went about starting this production company that specializes in storytelling and all those stages that we went through so if you a follow us and please do subscribe to blockbuster on all of your podcast listening apps. But you'll see that. The of the series is epic cliff media. I think now it says epic originals and as some of our listeners may know <hes> that's <hes>. My company that i started in two thousand fifteen when i left my job as a investigative journalist i was with cbs. At the time <hes>. I put my own savings and credit cards and a lot more into camera and audio equipment to start filming a documentary and that was a film <hes>. About the world's most well known film. Composers like khan zimmer. John williams of course <hes>. Danny elfin like fifty others that we ended up interviewing and that film was called score a film music documentary. It's where i met peter <hes>. Where i met. Elena and peter and i worked together on that film. He did the sound for it. He won awards for the sound for it. And its success led to a spin off interview. Show that we've been doing for the last three years called score the pod counties that interviews a lot of these composers working on modern things and it's a cool kind of you know peek behind the curtain and then all let us to this idea for blockbuster which is a scripted narrative miniseries that put kind of my journalism background and <hes>. And peter's extraordinary sound design together into the same kind of product that we could <hes>. It hadn't been done before this idea of that. That word again bio pod. So that's kind of the short of it. The challenges like with any creative project are how to build something. Sustainable that can keep you employed and and keep the creativity flowing so specifically what we're pushing into. Is this idea of high end. Kind of immersive audio. That's done almost at a level that you would see on a feature film the storytelling skills.

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"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"dell" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"First real lesson that we learned beyond those <hes>. That i think is sort of the operating principle that got us off the ground as a business is. We had to find the intersection or the nexus. If you wanna use a word like that of our ability and our opportunity yeah. I mean we we. We don't need to rehash how we got from point. A. to point b. to point c. from being engineers to working for crew and then working hosting a television show called online nation. We shared all of that in episode one of our lost years series. You can go back and watch that wanna know how to how we got from point. A. to point b. to point c. But if point see is we were hosting this show online nation and it got cancelled and we were flying out to la to shoot it and then we find ourselves back in our little basement where we were making videos back at square one making videos again but we had no no income anymore. We just had the money that we made off of that show and we were living of that while we figured out what it was we were going to do. We had to develop an entirely new business plan and there was no important to note. No one was making money on youtube directly. There was no youtube partner programs. So you couldn't just make a video and nc money role in so really. There was no such thing as a professional youtuber. So it's a really interesting idea that we were like we're going to have a career because we were like. Let's make this youtube thing fulltime. Thank but yet no one was making it a career but again we were like what two things exist here. We know that we can write a funny song. We can make a funny music video. We'd had success with that. The facebook song had gone really big and the second piece of the puzzle was is we knew that there were businesses out there who wanted people to know about them. So as like okay. Can we put those two things together. Can we put our ability to write a funny song with a company that wants to advertise and put that on youtube and it was really just an open question at the time and there weren't a lot of big companies that were sponsoring videos. I think there was some of that. It's not like we came up with the idea out of absolutely nothing out of thin air but they're they're definitely they're definitely weren't big companies invest a lot of money in this platform where no one understood youtube or digital video that well but it. It seemed like our best play because the thing that we wanted to make is the thing that we could also sell or at least sell ad space in and we thought we could do a good job of making it an an an integration so that it made sense that the ad was part of it. It wasn't like a lot of videos today where you could you know. You'll be blogging or doing whatever you're doing in your video and then you could insert an ad in the middle and people would understand. And here's a coupon code and nears you know here's what here's to him. Sponsor is kind of thing so we wanted to do something that was. That was thoughtful that we can be proud of but also make money and feed our kids because we already had kids at the time that if you want if you want to really be driven to succeed at business have children have children. I have children i. They tend to be hungry and demanding. And you come home to. And you're like man i gotta get after it.

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