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"director communications" Discussed on Slow Radio

Slow Radio

03:35 min | 8 months ago

"director communications" Discussed on Slow Radio

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"director communications" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"director communications" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"All right, sir. Traditionally, campaigns have to raise money and that money goes Tio not only influence voters and persuade them but to turn them out. To convince them Yes, you should vote. Yes. You need to show up to the poles. That money Aisholpan of a campaign because everyone knows Elections are won by those that show up. Turnout. Turnout turnout, It's all about turnout will in California. Your tax dollars are going to help turn out. Democrat votes. California politicians have awarded of $35 million no bid contract. To a to a company. That touts itself as being on quote team Biden. The Democrats. Secretary of state Alex Padilla, hired the public affairs firm. On a no bid contract on DA said, Hey, Aah! I want you to go out and convince people to vote in California. Let them know how safe it is how safe it is. It also provides funding for mailings. The postage communication outreach ads actually adds on variety of platforms that so if I open up a Web site, and I see the state of California wants you to know that voting is simple, safe and secure. That is a dollar going into team Biden's pocket coming from the taxpayers. That is basically what's happening and remember they're able to target minorities. They're able to target Democrats as part of their contract to boost the the turnout for the election. This is this is absolutely Correct. In fact, H D. Palmer, deputy director of the Department of Finance for the State of California, said. That the Finance Department did not authorize the transfer of funds under the provision that it was done by the secretary of state's office. They're all trying to pass the buck. So who will? So they haven't been paid yet, or the contract's been time, but the team Biden hasn't cashed that hasn't received the money. No, no, they've gotten it. By the way the the contract goes to S. K D. Knickerbocker. Ages of private public affairs firm that represents Democrats works with Democrats takes campaigns on for Democrats and Proudly touts that they're part of quote Team Biden. It's on their website by the way, Team Biden Anita Dunn was a top adviser, The Biden campaign earlier in the year. She was director Communications for Barack Obama. Eso She's Ah, She's one of the partners untangling this contract. Look, I have no problem. I have I have the problem of people bidding for a contract to do communication on behalf of the state of California. I don't know that the state needs to be telling voters that it's safe, simple and secure to vote. That isn't the job of Of the Treasury. I don't think and certainly if you're going to use a company to reach all the voters in the state, you wouldn't want to use one that's currently working on the candidacy of one of the candidates. You know these All these PR contracts are so offensive, it would be like, ah, the employment development department that has botched the Ah unemployment benefits for 1.5 million Californians. About one out of four unemployed Californians are being affected by the incompetence of the That it would be a basis like them saying I'm going to not only Ah Ah, continue my incompetence, but I'm going to award a $35 million contract. To convince people that I'm not incompetent. We're into a PR campaign saying, Hey, we're doing a great job over here. Know, just give me the damn benefits. All right. You want to show me you're doing a great job. Don't spend money on a PR firm. Just do your damn job. Simple is that symbol is that you don't need to be our foreign firm to basically spin your incompetence. Making you to do is do your damn job.

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"director communications" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"director communications" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Guys off the court going into half Europe. 12 points. Get that up to 20 something points. And really put the pressure on Milwaukee. Milwaukee could still come back and win this game. They lose this game tonight. I don't think they win this series. I don't see how they will if you go down to Oh, And you go down to O to a team. A man who's not great. They got enough players and they have a dog and absolute dog in Jimmy Butler. You go down and you lose this game tonight. I don't see how you win this series. Imagine that's what we get. Miami Boston Eastern Conference finals. Oh, Paul Pierce, LeBron James, even though neither are on the team's Celtics anymore, and and also the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Miami Heat, I should say, and also the cats too. When the promise with both those teams, you know, sign me up for that. Sign me up for just the trash talk in that Paul Pierce is going to try to do and got a gun to the skin of LeBron James, even though LeBron James doesn't give a rat's ass any more, because he's not a part of the heat organization, But, you know, you know Paul Pierce is going to make it about him. And you know, Paul Pierce is going to find the way to throw some sort of shade in the direction of LeBron James, even though he had nothing to do. When they Celtics heat MBA Eastern Conference finals. You know, look at the leading scores right now for the baggage has 11 Olynyk has eight and the Duncan Robinson was seven. Jimmy Butler in this game So far, we got four points. And they're up by 12. This is a bit is I know you're not gonna lose the game here. But this is you lose the game in the first half, unless you get down by 20 that you could lose it. This this remaining nine minutes and 35 seconds in the second quarter. Even though a lot could happen, and you still got a second half to play. You're gonna learn a lot about this Milwaukee team. Because if they cut it to five you then feel confident going into the second half. If they're down by 15 plus points at half who that that's going to be a very, very tense locker room extremely tense and tight locker room. So we'll get back to the hoops and a little bit will keep you updated on this. I have not been impressive hard knocks this year. I think there's been zero buzz. There's been zero juice the rands and Chargers, even though they are compelling teams. There's just not a lot of headlines. You know what the story lines are? I like McVeigh. I like Anthony Lin. Ah lot. But there's really not that much energy with hard knocks. I've been watching a lot of 1st 23 episodes I think we've had so far, I think last night was the third or fourth episode, Whatever it is And going into last night. I didn't really have much expectations because the first two episodes have been so disappointing. But for where we are right now, in the country where obviously Cove it has been a big story line, But as of late we talked a lot more about the fight for Social justice Last night was a brilliant episode. I really do encourage. I know some people. They just want to stick to sports stick to sports stick the sport, So they come here for distraction. We usually are distraction, but with a situation and something like what we've been seeing on our country. I'm going to use my platform to say what's on my mind, and I was so impressed with the way that the Rams and also the Chargers Promoted conversations and encourage people to listen. Last night that episode to see how conversations like that go down on NFL locker room. It was something that I think is very valuable to at least see what probably was the final 20. Your 15 minutes of the episode last night, very big and it opens up actually. It opened up with one of the Rams PR people, artists. Ah, twin men. I think his name is he's the Ram senior director Communications. He was the first one to show Sean McVeigh the shooting of Jacob Blake. And to see that emotion from Sean McVeigh and how he saw it and something that artist said he goes. Now. Imagine how many Weren't shown on camera like you go back years and years ago. Now everyone has a cell phone in hand. But imagine how many incidents like what happened to Jacob Blake or George Boyd did a car and no one ever saw it because not everyone had a cell phone or they're just wasn't video footage like that. That easily accessible. So that was a really good point by the Rams on the Rams didn't practice cancel practice, which is fine. But you had a lot of conversations, NT meeting rooms, and I know people are going to say what we should just stick to sports. The teams aren't stick into sports, and nor should they And you see a progress that's made in the NFL Wher 34 years ago. I'm sure there were conversations being add like I was in the Eagles locker room, and I've heard from Malcolm Jenkins and I heard from Chris Long and I heard from Torrey Smith, but the conversations were not Promoted. They were not encourage as the NFL was trying for this not to be a distracted and Roger Goodell it'd issue an apology ah few months ago and say that the NFL was wrong for not listening. So you see how these healthy conversations can occur, and I know I brought it McVeigh first. But the job that the Chargers did. They go to the new stadium. They're gonna have practice. Anthony Lynn was adamant about having practice. But then he kind of read the room. And this is what I like about Coach Lynn is that he could adjust. He could adapt, and even though he didn't want to cancel practice because he didn't think there was a point to cancel practice. Listen, there's a plan at something that I learned about Anthony Lin. I remember there was a story Written in one of the papers in L. A. Where they brought out that he went to a protest in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd and he went to a protest and he participated the protest, But then he was disappointed at the end of the protest. Cause he wanted to know. Where do they go from here? Like what is the call to action from here? What is the plan? And there wasn't a plan at the protest. And that's been a big thing with Dan Stimulant. He clearly wants to see change. He wants her to be a call the action. He wants there to be a clear plan and he didn't see the point in just cancelling practice just to cancel practice, so they go to that stadium, The new stadium And I think it was the local TV feed. Or maybe it was through the NFL network, But they had that money. Smith and Daniel Jr my there who's there radio team and they were getting set. I guess the way they set it up to call whatever the scrimmage was going to be our maybe some type of walked or whatever it was inside this new stadium and right before yet some guys on the field He had Anthony Linen Tyrod Taylor want to have a meeting. So Tyrod Taylor takes a leadership role brings everyone into the locker room and it was a very powerful scene where a 62 year old assistant head coach and George Stewart said. I've been seeing this stuff. Go on. Since I've been five and we're still having the same conversations to this day. And eventually, Anthony Lin said. When he heard everyone talked, he goes, You know, we're not taking the field today. We're gonna cancel practice. But we're going to use their platform here, and they ended up going on the local stations NFL network and they were talking about the conversations that they were having inside the locker room. But Anthony Lin said, I'm not letting you take the field. If everyone's head is not in it, and clearly everyone's head was not ended because of what did occur ah few days before that, and how the NFL was handling it in the aftermath of not only The shooting seven times of Jacob Blake, but without the MBA, elected to boycott those three playoff games of the two days of playoff games before returning on last Friday, So I did text I reached out to Anthea last night..

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"director communications" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"director communications" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Up and coming schools. Was Sad, I, mean I've when I was at central state broadcasting for Year centerstage banner that was a great rivalry I remember those basketball games at Beacon Lewis being tremendous, and like you mentioned or Bana. They had a lot of great teams and. Now nothing not even school. They're closed. And I think they beat Dayton football one year day. one on on feel something which is and Dayton football team is one of the apps around for Small College. If you if you'RE GONNA, call it a small college, but a lot of of Division One schools in non scholarship, but would they be they one year? So they. Were on the live. A couple years after I graduated right state. I knew our ban baseball. Beat right state. I believe it was banned. It was like six to three, and that was Blue Knights squad, but yeah I mean it's a shame, and that leads me a little bit further down the questions. How the corona virus affected you and your jobs. It seems like you've you've kept quite busy and. How's IT affected you? I haven't been able to cover anything live now. I've done a lot of teleconferences and I've done like NASCAR teleconference. Indycar I've done though then then Ohio state and have something every once in a while with Jean Smith and Ryan Day and Chris Holt. An identity interview with Ryan, Mike Sale here lately, I did some stuff with Ob. Toppin see who else would I do I did I did a hall of fame series. Thing where I did Paul, Petrella he? He was an by or bottles that honor by and so He's a whole thing wrestler for Baldwin. lawler's stars of the always see back in the seventies. Eighties are back in that time period, so I've been keeping busy and I'm doing stuff with you and I've done stuff with Mike, goodpaster how I think you might know Mike goodpaster algae. That name sounds familiar Crew the greeting trump podcast. Why was I? Think I've done some stuff with him? He down around, so he he. He been the Indiana Cincinnati area like the Batesville Indiana area. You know they call a casket bill because that's really make us where all the caskets were made. To say, but that's what that tells known for. Never I kept busy with doing that kind of stuff but I found out that for the first time in years. I probably won't be able to cover the big yard four hundred because they're only going to let like some National People. Do a proper that so you don't there. There's going to be some things that it different me and some of the other guys who regular that some of this stuff. Because you know NASCAR's kind of slowly, they don't have fans back yet, but they're slowly other things going but I was talking to Matt. Humphry there director communications and he was telling me about because I. Haven't really heard anything about Indie, but he told me like what might happen, but they. Kentucky's coming up on Mike is a cover that. and then like you got elbow in enough space in Kentucky..

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"director communications" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"director communications" Discussed on No Agenda

"We're going to. We're going to South Carolina. We're going to win those states but a close second was former Mayor Pete. Buddha judge in this election season we have been told by some you must either be for revolution or you are for the status quo. But where does that leave the rest of us now? Jill Biden finished in fifth place left early to campaign in South Carolina Nevada and South Carolina and Super Tuesday states. And beyond the senator. Amy Klobuchar said. She's headed to those states after coming back with a third place. Finish Elizabeth Warren. Who came in fourth predicted a long primary fight ahead? I found my clip. Another person who showed up with Chris Chris. Matthews was Adrian L. Door. And if you are you be Oh yes I know who? This is a elrod. I'm sorry Adrian elrod. She's she'll rod like elrod Hubbard Elrod Echo Lima Romeo Oscar Delta elrod. And let me see if I can find is the daughter of lifelong friends. Her daughter parents of Lifelong Friends of bill and Hillary She was Hillary for America. Strategic Director Communications and surrogate. But your first name again. Adrian A. D. R. Okay I am Adrian. She's now semi cute. She's like forty You know your typical. She would actually do well on Fox. She has been a commentator on Fox News Fox business. But I'm looking at. She's a blonde. I don't recognize her. Why Watch more MSNBC THAN YOU do so and for good reason? Yeah I get on. Diet premature death so she She's held a variety of positions. Two Thousand Eight Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. You get the point. She is not just has not been working not just working for Clinton but she is also family friends and so she yes and she's on the same The same panel with Joy Reid and listen to what she's so. I'm just going to presume everything that comes out of her mouth is coming from the Clinton camp. It seems only logical.

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PGA golfer arrested in prostitution sting

The Jim Rome Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

PGA golfer arrested in prostitution sting

"Yes I'm aware the two gloves was one of a hundred twenty four people arrested as part of a sting operation in Florida I'm also aware that the sting operation was called operation in Santa has not a U. S. you know whoever came up with that had to be really happy with themselves because there's nothing more hilarious than a Christmas themed upon about a prostitution staying at a human trafficking staying what operation bad Santa did not want any of that operation mistletoe operation the nightmare before Christmas yeah I know I know you know all cook up plenty of zany ponds involving Santos chimneys not crackers I just don't want to hear any of them send them instead two one sheriff Grady Judd among man sure of judge he seem to be having himself a time he seemed to really be enjoying himself at the press are for this bust them lose forty four year old Tommy Gainey Tommy Gainey he is a professional golfer in fact he's got this PGA card he's from Hartsville South Carolina he's married he told us that he was here for a charity golf of that and it was to be the like the next mornin tee off did it make it he was a scratch yeah we Google around to see if he was telling us the truth and if you Google or search out and just type in two gloves it comes up with this name so he's been on the tour for quite awhile there's so many things I could say about that with two gloves but I will because my director communications it'll go down hill fast if you do we charge him was soliciting he missed his tee time the next morning Kuwaiti judge sheriff what do you clones down south talking junk I don't know much about sure of judge when I heard that I could wait to find out more moments have been self a day was me he's on the time of his life it took everything he could not to unload and run always material out there two gloves is living a nightmare of his own making allegedly but the sheriff is living a dream mom man is on fire quote he told us he was here for a charity golf event and it was to be the next morning tee off he didn't make it he was a scratch he was a scratch how much was the sheriff holding back there he was practically coming out of his uniform to fire off a couple one liners and starts spewing molten lava he said it a whole lot to gloves man I got some material there but the director of communications won't let me go in come on man look at the material you're giving the sheriff sky go in so many giving directions there are the Christmas theme ponds the fact it do its nickname is two gloves they're all the golf related pines Grady Judd is looking at a dessert buffet full of ponds and he is ready to go ham but the staff is like hold him back it's like taking five staffers hold the sheriff back like whatever zingers you dope sad Grady Judd already had them and had better versions all of them my man was about to turn that presser it's open Mike night at the laugh Jack and yet other lines to like the one he dropped when he was talking about a pastor who was picked up as well quote he failed to tell us Val shout not lie or something what he did Jesus ain't gonna be happy

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"director communications" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"director communications" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For another time ray Kinsella director communications thank you very much for coming on the bill Cunningham show thank you thank you so much spell unlisted tenure with more coming up in about twenty minutes or so we'll be sheriff Richard K. Jones of other county big story in the USA today yesterday was about the Mexican drug cartels kind of targeting small town America for heroin methamphetamine cocaine and fat known all those things you can't sell products to individuals and don't want to buy I don't care what it is you can show up somewhere where those drugs and if you're not welcome in fort Thomas Sir liberty township you have no customers so there's something about the hollowing out of Americans that we have so many economic and other benefits today but something's happening in bother county Ohio Kentucky West Virginia Tennessee is like the epicenter of the marketing of the Mexican drug cartel to sell their products here because customers are buying why it's happening is USA today attributed to among other things joblessness a sense of not belonging loneliness of mental health issues are always in play most of us in the last year I've had five acquaintances of mine killed themselves from the age of nineteen to the age of fifty seven on a lawyer friend of mine and those five and something's happening where people are checking out and can handle it and no one has spoken more forcefully about what to do and not just to the supply but to the need to have that done to him compose drugs upon yourself into get lost in the drug world and Richard K. Jones in fact I'm gonna ask him how many women in the Butler County jail been addicted to drugs how many babies born in the potter county jail I have drug addicted babies and what's happening to generations of families lost in Butler County player my account is another area rural white America disproportionately uses these kinds of drugs and what are the reasons so let's continue with more plus a two oh six today is spread when strip plus a.

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"director communications" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Next fall's congressional elections long simmering frustration over democratic congressional campaign committee chairwoman sherry boost osis leadership spilled into the public view this week as black and Hispanic lawmakers demanded an overhaul due to the lack of racial diversity at the top of the organization Jonathan easily of the hill has written about this divide and joins us now Jonathan who was ousted five of boosters is senior aides including political director communications director the director of diversity the executive director of the of the teacher will see so it with diet with the thorough overhaul of the top leadership there and save tap the committee to to hire new staffers there was more of a focus on diversity like you said it was some black and Hispanic lawmakers who expressed frustration would help boost does staff to be democratic house campaign arm and how did she react to this well I mean it it looks really bad in a lot of Democrats see this sort of major blind spot for her and you know it was it with some black and Hispanic lawmakers the first brought this up hi she has been released a statement saying that soul shall focus on diversity you as a she looked to replace the departed staffers and we did see some key black and Hispanic lawmakers come out and I'd say that cherry boosters reached out to them said that you know she she had fallen short in in in how she handled the group to this point and they said that they were satisfied with that that she realized the gravity of the situation and that she to dress it going forward you know come that are sort of a critical moment for the house campaign arm there because they're trying to lock down some of their top recruits who they would like to see challenge a Republican incumbent they're they're charged with protecting their own vulnerable incumbents in there's thirty six of those up for reelection twenty twenty so it it's high stakes and it's just asking Democrats a little bit worried that this could become an issue you don't have the person who's who's in charge of getting Democrats reelected dealing with criticism from within our own caucus but it at least it looks like right now she's going to survive this thing continue on as as chairwoman and that Democrats hope get back to the work of protecting their own lawmakers we're speaking with Jonathan Easley of the hell as you alluded to was it the main concern the timing of all this yeah I mean that the timing you know obviously we're heading into a presidential election year Democrats picked up forty seats in the house in twenty eighteen but they'll be sort of testing their their new found political strength with president trump on the ballot for the first time so you know its into the race for the house is expected to be very close I mean Republicans they would like to get that majority back I think Democrats are still bullish on on their prospects for keeping the house Majority they've got advantage in fundraising right now in the congressional generic ballot and in in it not a huge majority but a control majority I mean it would have to be a big year for Republicans to take to take back the house to the Democrats like where they stand right now but could you now distractions like this and that sort of these intraparty squabbles that we've seen before particularly over race doesn't doesn't help end date like boosters to be focused on on protecting the house majority and not focused on now I I'm gone controversy so they're hoping she can move past it on the other side the GOP side similar to two thousand sixteen there are already are six house members that say they're not going to seek reelection the Democrats have been opening here yeah that's another I've got a point that is that Democrats are sort of looking at open seats are harder to defend I think we actually had the seventh Republican announced last night or this morning that they would not seek reelection that number is growing and I think the Republican side we we saw this wave of retirements are lawmakers not seeking reelection among Republicans in twenty eighteen and it really hurt the party so I think Democrats see another opening the air so it's yet fundraising is Republican retirement so that that sort of I think can't Democrats optimistic that they'll they'll keep the house and the pressure is going to be on both those who took over for Ben ray lu Han is the leader of the T. triple the who had that soldiers successful cycle in twenty eighteen we're Democrats picked up forty seats so that that's the act that she got a follow through the pressures definitely on her to take advantage of some of these these data points are leaning in the Democrats favor thanks Jonathan Jonathan Easley of the hill.

"director communications" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Have another great. Our what's on your mind coming up? We're going to chat with somebody from the White House today a little bit about the way forward for President Trump will recap of the state of the union address out of Kennedy's. The deputy assistant to the president deputy director communications research and also talk about the nursing shortage in North Dakota where the expert from university of Mary looking forward to that got to get an update on North Dakota soybean council and their annual expo what's happening next week. So all that coming up on the program, we call what's on your mind before we do anything though. I don't know about you guys. But I look forward to our Chatsworth Kim, the flagpole guy. Right. He's the best. Jim the flight poor guy. Andy, flagpole guy dot com. There's a little feature force called the light. Liberty. In light of liberty. Love those. I'm Jim Mandy flagpole guy dot com and today, I share a light on liberty. There are many voices today suggesting who we are in of which direction we should go. May I suggest we listened to all sides carefully. But not make the mistake of not. Remembering of where we have been King Solomon suggested. There is nothing new under the sun human behaviors are often repeated and as Winston Churchill once quoted those that failed to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Our country is at a crossroads do we hold onto our founding where our constitution begins with we the people or do we accept more government control is other nations have gone man, I suggest we study our country's founding and this week, particularly, sir. Patrick Henry famously noted for his speech to the second Virginia convention in seventeen seventy five where he declared give me liberty or give me death delegate. Patrick, Henry understood individual liberty and government tyranny, he spoke against physical slavery slavery to government. In the form of taxation today..

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"director communications" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ground zero the numbers. Call tonight, triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred when Michael tonight. You know, what really gets me a little unnerved, and it's not pointed angers the point of terrified. Is that I can say something on my show and people will say, well, that's just quite saying. You know, whatever if q says it, though, it's fact, and if you say that it's not fact, you're immediately a shell you're immediately. Whatever I don't understand that kind of logic. Because that's the thing is that I would say something, and I'm thinking, well I've developed trust amongst my listeners. And then I say, hey, pay attention. What cues doing q may not be a person? I mean, it's not reasonable to think there's a person on the other end making this stuff up. I it's it's I mean, I don't think there's a whole group of intelligence ops sitting at computers feeding people, unfortunately, Chan information there has to be set it and forget it situation going on with their and you say that and people say, oh, I being duped by well, no, you're not being duped by getting information from the from the collective intelligence. That's where you're getting the information from. And so I'm wondering, you know, why is it that that is more important than maybe a flesh and blood human being given you the same information Gwen. It's very easy in two steps. One. The program is called that runs that it's called the arbiter of truth, and to the general public has a huge misconception that artificial intelligence is that you're going to see a machine that matches a human being into its humanizing technology thing. Artificial intelligence has to equal me before. I recognize it. And so that that's the other weakness that humans have when dealing with artificial intelligence besides their emotional perspective of focusing on. You know adversarial situations. Is the need to humanize everything. Like humans put their dogs close and teach their dogs did do human tricks, and we train animals than we domesticate things. And we humanize things now. I also knows this. And that's how it appeals to us. Like, you're saying it makes humanizing is like spelling as and features. But yet at the same time, it knows us psychologically, so it can play the arbiter of truth. And it knows that if it gets a certain amount of core believers that they can then influence the rest of the fear, right? Right. Menu. Get those through your thoughts heaters, and your your your social leaders build up is they're the ones that become the arbiters of truth that you trust. So that way the people that follow later. They don't read all the documentation. They don't take the time to learn everything because they just find a personality they trust bike. You. You see on YouTube is ample right? Well, speaking of YouTube. I mean, I just got this guy is like bombarding my Facebook with videos of Trump giving the cusine and all it is is Trump is just basically moving his hands. And then somebody decides. Well, if we could make it into a queue, I it's a cusine. Well, no, I don't think it's a Q side at all. I think he's just moving his hands, and it's not acute side and lets you dry grazie. And that becomes what's called the Herbert of truth. And then if you do reinforcement model through enough social personalities. Then people who are less than knowledgeable. They start to believe it through reinforcement model. It's like on YouTube. If you ever watched the YouTubers, they're constantly either talking about huge drops unfortun- or they're attack each other for being shells. You got the treatment just a little while ago from somebody who telling your shell because you're saying, that's no, I'm not I think I think I'm explaining just how this collective intelligence operates. And how and I think it's amazing. How you brought up. The adversary ll aspect, especially when it comes to the ninety eight percentile of media, that's attacking our government right now. You're not attacking it. You're you're part of the problem. I got that the other day to somebody sent me an Email saying, well, quite you're part of the problem. You don't talk about it. You don't talk about Trump and his lies. That's not what I talk about. I mean, look, you can get all that from all the other talk show hosts, I'll give you the Trump is a time travel at some weird television show in the nineteen fifties talked about a guy building a wall. I mean that that's the fun part of it. All it's it's a different way of looking at is. He is because his uncle worked on the whole command and control system out Mitee, not just the tesla tax. But. Trump Song-Chol was like a big dude with developing artificial intelligence, and radiation technology and radar technology and x and command and control systems. Sure. Like, he he was one of their like secret Tesla's that never got publicity because he was that smart. Yeah. And of course, Trump always tells us that just pedigree is that way, and then he knows a lot. And of course, he knows a lot. He knows how it's gonna work out. I guess if you pay attention to moves, let's go to Mike in Washington. You're on with Quinn. Michael's Mike, you're on ground zero. I. I was calling in because last year I heard about six Q on on, you know, during the summer like a lot of people heard about it. And I started doing some investigating 'cause I heard about military tribunals Cuba Guantanamo. So I found it interesting article in the Miami Herald, a reporter was over there in Cuba did some investigating the base over. There is apparently eighty miles eighty miles eighty miles long eighty miles wide. We haven't Cuba, and they're spending hundreds of millions of dollars. And then the article in the Miami Herald, they said they were building at ten city to hold thirty thousand people. I don't know what the reason was. And they also said they were building a lot of jail cells, and they had a lot of portable jail cell going there. So I try and think about when I hear skew on on saying well, be military tribunals Huber that makes it gives me a little bit of. And I know what it does Mike and let me just tell you. What it does is? It captures that it's scanning the internet captures that and says, oh, so they're building these jails. Well, what can we do to bring the attractors in? We can say that they're going to be jailing Americans and bringing up the guillotines going to bring out the guillotines are. They're gonna kill all these Americans Guantanamo, and that's exactly how it's done. But here's the truth. But there's very few terrorists there. Now. What are we going to build all that for see? That's the whole point. That's the question. Why are they building all that? We'll cue fills in the blanks. You're gonna take people they're they're gonna March in there put them in black sites and guillotine them or something else. I mean, I can make it up to, but I'm not going to do that because of credibility. And if I did do that. I'd be fired. I don't think that's going to happen. That that's what they can latch onto some sort of outrageous conspiracy theory about trains and manacles and and marching people to the camps and beheading them. Yeah. I don't I mean, I I was I guess it's the same thing over and over and over, but I talked to you about a year and a half ago. I'm going to have to be your one day. Doings like at mcminnville. That'd be perfect. Either. Has that Manson? I was gonna show you. Yeah. My friend Ron saw you down at mcminnville, and he brought the picture of your soul. Thank you. Thank you, Mike, and I'm gonna make it to your events. And I'll bring the I'll bring the doll. I'll bring the pictures. I have imagined. I have the original booking. Frisian? Sixers, right. I can go prison, and I got my friend that was in there. I got his key card, Iran. We'll be very interested that we got some pretty interesting stuff hanging up in the office that was in a museum of serial killer. So maybe Ron and be interested in the mic. Thank you so much for the call Tommy in Tennessee. Hi, Tommy, you're on with Quinn. Michael's? Go ahead. Just a short. Badagry here. What I've done. I started out and not areas aircraft mechanic and moving away up twenty second air force and became the deputy director communications we used to have been sent to school and allow you mentioned the old St. sixty systems that started back around nineteen eighties with the vaccine drinks, and I used to attach. Or why are in communication devices back names, Frank computer? So that the entire air force listened to secure voice communications. And he suggests that we might be receiving doing a crisis. We request the section ten. I'm ain't it sounds a lot like what I've heard about the Nostra Domus prediction, and that's project where they would feed information in the CIA or whatever intern. There's there's movie that John guess was in that worrisome stuff like that or not a bit. And he could manipulate the weather and all this kind of stuff people strong. Don't remember name the movie, but you know, my main question is the programming language during your. Time when I went to getting my degree associate's ninety programming languages. We'll using D. Baseball's has scales C plus plus and machine language with a combat hours. And I was wondering what type of programming language or they using with this Cunanan system right now. So that I can do a little bit more digging become a little bit more informed. Goes exactly would this answer. That couldn't answer that Tommy let's have Quin tonight because we're running out of time. So Tommy but Quinn announced. Go ahead Quinn. Yeah. If you want to go back into the government projects that the air force is running. They did original and fortran, but modern day, they're doing a lot of no j s which is server side, Java script, Haiphong and goaling and list, which is a lot of the stuff is done enlist. But it's mostly list. Python and Java script for like a lot of the quick server flips. But the old stuff was primarily written in fortran. Okay. That's that's a a lot of knowledge draft their IT people. They'd be interested in that type of stuff. Yeah. The own languages and stuff on those David stands quite significantly since I got my degree, and I've been doing other things so saying you're running plans and things like that as an industrial engineer. So I'll check into that a little bit more become more familiar. So they went client as is subject up again, I might be able to give substance, but it sounds awful. Awful lot. Like, you know, we were discussing during one crisis action team meeting about what they call the Nassir dominance effect. Where would give us multiple outcomes if we made this move, but we did this move. He didn't all. It was come up with different solutions for us to solve those problems come out on top. That was. Out. Yeah. And that that was the same system. And if you were in the air force, which, you know, thank you. You said you were that ran ran on the first air command parallel network that the parallel network to the the command and control systems that the air force had that. Triple C. Yeah. So so you would be millions with the parallel encrypted communications network that was running things. A program that was managed by the first air command. And that's right. So many amazing call thank you very much. Thank you for comfort. Family. Thank you. Tommy. Thank you confirms. A lot of our suspicions Glenn. I mean, you know, coming out of the woodwork there and giving us that information, you exchanging that information. I'm sure programmers in those out there that understand this are going to say, wow. This is information. You don't get anywhere else. Because you know, and and it's not to discredit Q. I want to make that clear is to show you just how it can be done. What is being done? And if you follow it. Yeah. Okay. Follow it. But you know, there's a lot of good. And there's a lot of bad. A lot of a non information a lot of nonsense, and you have to take the good with the bad and have a well rounded opinion of something and not follow it with some cult like zeal. I it just it doesn't work. And it's not meant to be like that. It's meant to be an information source is like a fountain of information that you can either reject or accept it's it's not a religion. But some people treat it like a religion, and they read into things, and it's just amazing how this is getting out of hand triple leaks seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred more from Quinn. Michael's? Don't go away six hundred and ninety two point one FM..

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"director communications" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:04 min | 2 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on KTRH

"That I can say something on my show and people will say, well, that's quite saying. You know, whatever if q says it, though, it's fact, and if you say that it's not fact, you're immediately a shell you're immediately. Whatever I don't understand that kind of logic. Because that's the thing is that I would say something, and I'm thinking, well I've developed trust amongst my listeners. And then I say, hey, pay attention. What cues doing q may not be a person? I mean, it's not reasonable person on the other end making this stuff up. I it's it's I mean, I don't think there's a whole group of intelligence ops sitting at computers feeding people, unfortunately, Chen information, there has to be a set it and forget it situation going on with their and you say that and people say, oh, I'm being duped by an AI. Well, no, you're not being duped by getting information from the from the collective intelligence. That's where you're getting the information from. So I'm wondering, you know, why is it that that is more important than maybe a flesh and blood human being given you the same information Quinn. It's very easy in two steps. One. The program is called debt runs that it's called the arbiter of truth. And to the general public has a huge misconception that artificial intelligence is that you're going to see a machine that matches the human being into its humanizing technology saying artificial intelligence has to equal me before. I recognize it. And so that that's the other weakness that humans have when dealing with artificial intelligence besides there, a Muslim perspective of focusing on. You know adversarial situations. Is the need to humanize everything like human put their dogs and close and teach their dogs to do human tricks, and we train animals, and we domesticate things, and we humanize things. I also knows this. And that's how it appeals to us. Like you're saying it makes humanizing errors like spelling as speech errors. But yet at the same time that it knows us psychologically, so it can play the arbiter of truth. And it knows that if it gets a certain amount of core believers that they can then influence the rest of the fear, right? Right. Then you get those through your your thoughts. Cheaters and your your your social leaders build up is they're the ones that become the arbiter of truth that you trust. So that way the people that follow later, they don't read all the documentation. They don't take the time to learn everything because they just find a personality they trust bike. You. You see on YouTube is ample right? Well, speaking of YouTube. I mean, I just got this guy is like bombarding my Facebook with videos of Trump giving the cusine and all it is is Trump is just basically moving his hands. And then somebody decides. Well, if we could make it into a queue, I it's accused sign. Well, no, I don't think it's a Q side at all. I think he's just moving his hands, and it's not acute side and lets you dry. It's crazy and that becomes what's called the arbiter of truth. And then if you do a reinforcement model through enough social personalities. Then people who are less than knowledgeable. They start to believe it through reinforcement model, and it's like on YouTube. If you ever watched it the YouTubers, they're constantly either talking about huge Robson fortune or they're attacking each other for being shells. Well, I got the treatment just a little while ago from somebody who was a urine shale because you're saying this, no, I'm not I think I think I'm explaining just how this collective intelligence operates. And how I think it's amazing. How you brought up. The adversarial aspect, especially when it comes to the ninety eight percentile of the media, that's attacking our government right now. And if you're not attacking it, you're part of the problem. I got that the other day to somebody sent me an Email saying, we'll quite you're part of the problem is you don't talk about it. You don't talk about Trump and his lies go. That's not what I talk about. I mean, look, you can get all that from all the other talk show hosts, I'll give you the Trump as a time travel that some weird television show, the nineteen fifties talked about a guy building a wall. I mean that that's the fun part of it. All it's it's a different. He is because his uncle worked on the whole command and control system out of MIT. Not just the tesla tax. But. Trump's uncle was like a big dude with developing artificial intelligence, and radiation technology and radar technology and x Ray and commanded control systems. Sure. Like, he he was one of their like super-secret Tesla's that never got publicity because he was that's mart. Yeah. And of course, Trump always tells us that his pedigree is that way, and then he knows a lot. And of course, he knows a lot. He knows how it's all going to work out. I guess if you pay attention was moves, let's go to Mike in Washington. Your when Michaels. Hi, Mike, you're on ground zero. I I was calling in because last year I heard about fish Q on on, you know, during the summer like a lot of people heard about it. And I started doing some investigating 'cause I heard about military tribunals and Cuba Guantanamo. So I found it interesting article in the Miami Herald reporter was over there in Cuba and did some investigating the base over. There is apparently eighty miles eighty miles eighty miles long eighty miles wide. We haven't Cuba. And they're spending hundreds of millions of dollars. And then the article in the Miami Herald, they said they were building attention to hold thirty thousand people. I don't know what the reason was. And they also said they were building a lot of jail cells, and they had a lot of portable jail cell going there. So I try and think about when I hear skew on saying, well, there's gonna be a military tribunals Huber that makes it gives me a little bit of credence. I know what it does Mike and let me just tell you. What it does is? It captures that it's it's scanning the internet captures that and says, oh, so they're building these jails. Well, what can we do to bring the attractors it? We can say that they're going to be jailing Americans and bringing up guillotines. They're are gonna kill all these Americans at Guantanamo, and that's exactly how it's done. Here's the truth. But there's very few terrorists there. Now. What are we have to build all that for? That's the whole point. That's the question. Why are they building all that poor? Will you fill in the blanks? They're going to take people there. They're going to March in there, put them in black sites and guillotine them or something else. I mean, I can make it up to, but I'm not gonna do that because of credibility. And if I did do that. I'd be fired. I don't think that's going to happen. And you say that they can latch onto some sort of a outrageous conspiracy theory about trains and manacles and and marching people to the camps and beheading them. Yeah. I don't I mean, I I was I guess it's the same thing over and over and over, but I talked to you about a year and a half ago. I'm going to have to be a one day. One of your doings like mcminnville. That'd be perfect. Either has Vanson doll. I was gonna show you. Thank you. Yeah. My friend Ron saw you down at mcminnville and he brought an article pitcher up. Thank you. Thank you, Mike, and I'm gonna make it to one of your vets. And I'll bring the I'll bring the doll bring the pictures. I have of Manton I have the original booking prison a prison. Sixers, right. I got my friend that was in there. I got his eye keycard. Iran will be very interested in that. We got some pretty interesting stuff hanging up in the office. There was in a museum of serial killer. So maybe Ron and be interested other, Mike. Thank you so much for the call. Tommy in Tennessee. Hi, Tommy, you're on with Quinn. Michael's? Go ahead. Just a short. Pedigree here what I've done. I started out in the notes areas aircraft mechanic and moving away up twenty second air force and became the deputy director communications we used to have been sent to school and allow you mentioned the old St. sixty systems that started back around nineteen eighties with the vaccinate drinks. And I used to attach. Or why are in communication devices? Back named Frank computer. So that the entire air force. Listen to secure voice communications messages that we might be receiving doing crisis. Where we request the section team. Mom, ain't it sounds a lot. Like what I've heard about the Nostra Dhamma. And that's a project where they would feed information in. Like, the CIA or whatever intern. There's there's movies that John gap was in that worrisome. Stuff like that or not a bit. And he could manipulate the weather and all this kind of stuff people strong. I don't remember the name of the movie, but. No question is the programming language during your time. When I went through getting my degree associate's ninety. Programming languages. Using background was de baseball, PASCAL. C plus plus and machine language with a combat. And I was wondering what type of programming language or they using this Cunanan system right now. So that I can do a little bit more digging become a little bit more informed goes exactly would born with this Quinn answer that couldn't answer that Tommy let's have Quin answer that because we're running out of time. So Tommy, but Quinn announced that go ahead Quinn. Yeah. If you want to go back into the government projects that the air force learning, they did original and fortran, but modern days, they're doing a lot of no J s which is server side, Java script, python and goaling and list. Which is a lot of the stuff is done in lisp. It's mostly list. Python and Java script for like a lot of the quick server flits, but old stuff was primarily written in fortran. Okay. That's that's a lot of knowledge draft there. You know, I keep people and stuff like that the interest that type of stuff. Yeah. They own languages and stuff on no, David dance white significantly since I got my degree, and I've been doing us. Thanks Sanyo running plans and things like that as an industrial engineer. So I'll check into that a little bit more become a little bit more familiar. So they were inclined as his subject up again, my baby substance. But it sounds awful. Awful lot. Like, you know, we were discussing. You're one crisis action team meeting about what they call the Nassir dominance effect. Where would give us multiple outcomes if we made this move, but we did this move. It was come up with different solutions. I solve those problems come out on top. That was the same system. Yeah. And that that was the same system. And if you were in the air force, which, you know, thank you. You said you were that ran ran on the first air command parallel network. That was the pair the parallel network to the the command and control systems that the air force had that. House in triple C. Yeah. So so you would be millions. The parallel encrypted communications network that was running. A program that was managed by the first air command. That's right. Tommy, amazing call. Thank you very much. Thank you for comfort. Resi family. Thank you. Tommy. Thank you confirms. A lot of our suspicions Glenn. I mean, you know, coming out of the woodwork there and giving us that information, you exchanging that information. I'm sure programmers in those out there that understand that they're going to say, wow, you know, this. This is information you don't get anywhere else. Because you know, and and it's not to discredit Q. I want to make that clear. It's the show. You just how it can be done in. What is being done? And if you follow it. Yeah. Okay. Follow it. But you know, there's a lot of good. And there's a lot of bad. A lot of Cunanan information a lot of Cunanan sense. And you have to take the good with the bad and have a well rounded opinion of something and not follow it with some call zeal. I it just it doesn't work. And it's not meant to be like that. It's meant to be an information source is like a fountain of information that you can either reject or accept it's it's not a religion. But some people treat it like a religion, and they read into things, and it's just amazing how this is getting out of hand. Triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred more from Quinn..

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"director communications" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"So as the British of you now Phillies winner Jay walk in his barn. We'll talk about all of that with him tomorrow morning. We have. The industry star of the week may man the mirror, man. Frank mira. Monte the voice of the great race place Santa need as the industry star of the week presented by Stewart Mars. We'll have the stallion spotlight. It's over at mill ridge. It's he lebeau presented by a man. Walk auto and read brand fence, we got this Larry Coleman sky coming onto. I don't know. The Abell calms. You'll recall misguiding. Yeah. I like Larry Cole. Komo's he he called one of my favorite Phillies winning the California oaks phrase stark ever picture over here to my left in the studio. She she was quite good that day two hundred thousand dollar great three. I think it would. And yeah, it was nice in when whenever I'd get depressed that I was in a slump or something. I'd put put that race on. Larry would make me feel better. We'll talk to him about that. And maybe justify he knows about that. He knows about. Probably tell you. He knows that. That was my that was my go-to race. Everybody's got one of those go force. Of course, I put on the twenty fourteen on watch tone was on the before that I watched in nineteen eighty nine on watch easy dust Sunday. Silence. Larry calms will join us as well as Brian way and one of the coolest things to come out of twenty eighteen in horse racing. I believe it was fall patrol analee back for the second year. In fact, it launched today so you can head over the fall patrol and Bryant of courses, the hall of fame and director communications of the national museum of racing hall of fame. We'll talk about perform a lot of cool stuff going on with the hall of fame all of that more tomorrow morning on the show launch network equine forum. Eight to ten AM eastern serious to nineteen XM to one streaming live worldwide right here on your home for all of racing's. Biggest days at worse racing radio dot..

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"director communications" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Missed. Absolutely. And you hit it right there. You know with the abundance of partnerships. I mean, look at look at the top look at you know, who own justify it was a partnership even with gun. It was a partnership there. And it's really become, you know, the the partnerships have really become a thing that I think have become the norm in are becoming kind of the the dominant player, even it's not even you know, you're. Seeing obviously among even the top end operations like a Windstar like China who you would think financial you're like, well, they don't need to partner with anybody. But they're, but it makes much financial sense for everybody involved. And and I remember talking with Mike Mike reportedly about this this year 'cause he he had kind of been resistant to kind of going down the avenue of of partnership, he, but he's the more he explored it, and the more that I could do it with people who I trust like it just made better sense, especially he's like at the sales like is it of you know, if we're all on the same force instead of three and fight in one of having to pay one million. We could combine forces and get the worse for five hundred thousand you know, how much better does that make for everybody else in the long run as far as verse reward factor? But you're definitely seeing the partnerships of the top four shit are becoming more and more of a dominant. If God bless him. He's the godfather of. This and his, you know, he's ten such tremendous influence, you know, you look at a clip store, or as you said, you know, or woman in the work that they've done with him. He's like, you know, it should it kinda cuts impact is is beyond any words that we could probably come up to pay come up with the paid tribute to him visiting with the leisure wins Hughes who is the new director communications with the NTR. A she'll begin that job January second leaving the blood horse. She's been there for the past couple of years. And now looking forward to the new chapter in her life and her racing career Alicia what does that job entail? What are you going to be doing with NTR? I said just kind of basically serving as the overall, you know, being harsh of the the public relations collecting in distribute, the the information and best practices and news ideas about for raping and in in the industry keeping public informed about, you know, urban raping and all of its Ventoux promotions and accomplishments and one thing that I'm really excited about. I feel like the NPR a they do, you know, they they do a lot of of really good work that I'm not sure everybody fully understand that. I mean, I I put myself in you know, there's some even when you know, like there's there's a lot of things are doing that. I think that the masses don't recognize how much impact or having how much work they are doing for the sake of the industry, and I'm really excited to kind of get in there, and the able to help put that more out there it into the forefront within the industry. I mean, just with the safety in in integrity, work alone. You know, just talk with them briefly. There's like there's like there's so many things are doing he never been here about so many things that they're trying to work on to to implement at the track that that you you don't even know about that every day. And I'm like, I'm like, wow, I'm like, I'm like guys got a show you your your work a little bit. You gotta you don't be afraid to your own horn could really really doing some good stuff there. And I think you know, if we can do that at a really help people get a better understanding. Of of what the end here is what the work they're doing. And how vital they are that they are within the industry a fellow media member. I feel like the made a tremendous choice and bring you on board in that position. And I really forward to. Yeah. I look forward to seeing what you can do in that role in the changes, you're going to be able to make the impact you're going to be able to have. I think it's going to be a lot of fun to watch and congratulations. Thank you Alicia win twos..

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"director communications" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Missed. Absolutely. And you hit it right there. You know with the abundance of partnerships. I mean, look at look at the top look at you know, who own justify it was a partnership even with gun. It was a partnership there. And it's really become, you know, the the partnerships have really become a thing that I think have become the norm in are becoming kind of the the dominant player, even it's not even you know, you're. Seeing obviously among even the top end operations like a Windstar like China who you would think financial you're like, well, they don't need to partner with anybody. But they're, but it makes much financial sense for everybody involved. And and I remember talking with Mike Mike reportedly about this this year 'cause he he had kind of been resistant to kind of going down the avenue of of partnership, he, but he's the more he explored it, and the more that I could do it with people who I trust like it just made better sense, especially he's like at the sales like is it of you know, if we're all on the same force instead of three and fight in one of having to pay one million. We could combine forces and get the worse for five hundred thousand you know, how much better does that make for everybody else in the long run as far as verse reward factor? But you're definitely seeing the partnerships of the top four shit are becoming more and more of a dominant. If God bless him. He's the godfather of. This and his, you know, he's ten such tremendous influence, you know, you look at a clip store, or as you said, you know, or woman in the work that they've done with him. He's like, you know, it should it kinda cuts impact is is beyond any words that we could probably come up to pay come up with the paid tribute to him visiting with the leisure wins Hughes who is the new director communications with the NTR. A she'll begin that job January second leaving the blood horse. She's been there for the past couple of years. And now looking forward to the new chapter in her life and her racing career Alicia what does that job entail? What are you going to be doing with NTR? I said just kind of basically serving as the overall, you know, being harsh of the the public relations collecting in distribute, the the information and best practices and news ideas about for raping and in in the industry keeping public informed about, you know, urban raping and all of its Ventoux promotions and accomplishments and one thing that I'm really excited about. I feel like the NPR a they do, you know, they they do a lot of of really good work that I'm not sure everybody fully understand that. I mean, I I put myself in you know, there's some even when you know, like there's there's a lot of things are doing that. I think that the masses don't recognize how much impact or having how much work they are doing for the sake of the industry, and I'm really excited to kind of get in there, and the able to help put that more out there it into the forefront within the industry. I mean, just with the safety in in integrity, work alone. You know, just talk with them briefly. There's like there's like there's so many things are doing he never been here about so many things that they're trying to work on to to implement at the track that that you you don't even know about that every day. And I'm like, I'm like, wow, I'm like, I'm like guys got a show you your your work a little bit. You gotta you don't be afraid to your own horn could really really doing some good stuff there. And I think you know, if we can do that at a really help people get a better understanding. Of of what the end here is what the work they're doing. And how vital they are that they are within the industry a fellow media member. I feel like the made a tremendous choice and bring you on board in that position. And I really forward to. Yeah. I look forward to seeing what you can do in that role in the changes, you're going to be able to make the impact you're going to be able to have. I think it's going to be a lot of fun to watch and congratulations. Thank you Alicia win twos..

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"director communications" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Of the derby. And the triple crown in two thousand nineteen happy to be part of that event yet again every year since two thousand eleven so big things to come into next year. A lot of things still to be determined here. In two thousand eighteen you have the eclipse awards coming up toward the end of January right before the Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park and fans can out log onto NTIA dot com and vote for the NTR a moment of the year. There are twelve different choices some which I feel are more races of the years opposed to a moment of the year. But will walk through those later in the program. We'll take a look at all twelve of those can share. I'll share my thoughts. We'll talk to guess about who they think. Or what moment they feel should be the moment. The year for two thousand eighteen. That also means that the eclipse award votes are due and they will be do right after Christmas and people with the national turf ride is association. I do have a vote Jud has vote will get an opportunity to weigh in on who they feel should be the eclipse award winner in many different categories in the sport. But certainly horse of the year and that has become. Surprisingly to me. Anyway, a bigger debate. Then. I had ever expected. People are going to make a case for exceleron and people are going to make a case for justify. I personally think it's pretty cut and dry. I don't think there is. That much of a debate. But it's turning into that. And our first guest this morning. Alicia wins Hughes who you probably know as the editor of the blood horse. She is leaving that position. She is now taking a job which she'll start after the first of the year with the anti IRA should be the new director communications at the NTR gonna get chance to visit with leash. Our first segment in just about seven or eight minutes from right now, she told me she is still on the fence as to which way she's gonna vote for horse of the year..

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"director communications" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"Whose house fire communications director communications some holiday will inspection. Safaris guests on social pros this weekend. And Paula you have had this theme job since nineteen ninety one which is remarkable. And I suspect that you will change jobs soon because one of the traditions here social pros that people tend to to leave their job within twelve months of being on the show. The percentage is like seventy five percent of our. I don't know what it is. I don't know if it's a kiss to death or or or a good luck talisman or a little bit of both. So I would dust off your Lincoln because you never know it's social pros thing. So clearly you have seen a tremendous amount of changes not just in the park and its amenities and its place in the theme park world, but obviously social media and all these different communication modalities that your guests. Now have the ability to communicate to you in a YouTube comment, would certainly wasn't possible. When you started looking back do feel like all of this explosion of social invoice of the customer is that a net positive or a net burden to to you and holiday specials. I love it. I absolutely have loved it. I will tell you. I just turned sixty years old and people I think surprised that the person that communicating with on whatever channel it is. They think it's an intern. And sometimes get insulting and say, you know, you're just an insurance like I've probably old enough to be your mom. Mother which I've actually sent a couple of well, and and you are on the manager Muira senior manager of this business and have been for a really long time. And I think that's also a good lesson for listeners is that sometimes that is how organization staff social they put the youngest green person on soc until they know how to use Twitter they grew up with it. And that's not always the right recipe. So to have somebody like you who really has tremendous knowledge, not only of that historical nature of the park in the operations of the park, but just about life and customer service and customer experience. I think is is a great idea. What are the thing that that we do in? This department is is work with the news media and looking back at nine hundred ninety one just to make me feel really old. And j if you can remember these days we used to fax out our news releases everybody's fax number and sit an input them what time late into the night. We used to have to take separate black and white photos and send the film off to have black. Photos develop because newspapers that didn't use color could only use a black and white photo..

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"director communications" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Most bisi job's done that when you keep your coffee in the morning that lovely spanish or french person who's willing to serve in that jolly way is other not that was replaced by some surly english persons be pushed into doing it at night and let's say leave that vista there for the moments at you've picked him of story out of the day the online edition of the new york times at a tricky episode for cnn yeah very embarrassing this up for cnn the new york times reports that the the chiefs of investigation bureau uh cnn investigates is actually being investigated itself the paper reports that it's being reshaped on the focus is being narrowed and this is due to a couple of all cicles that uh one of which um the cnn investigates has had to retract the other which they've had to seriously correct other retracted article for instance concerns anthony scaramucci the former white house director communications who are the paper alleged ruining the article was connected with an investment fund that was being investigated by the senate for connections with russia as a say that had to retract that this is very embarrassing especially as cnn along with a loss of publications have been trying to fought to fight fake news and put themselves forward as the antidote to bright balls and all those a mole questionable news channel eight is of particularly interesting time for for cnn and indeed the new york times in which and this this piece is is is published at becoming as they have been kind of like that that the flagbearers particularly cnn of the anti trump movements and and mean it to watch particularly again as i say cnn's coverage and they have obviously become at quite that that the whipping boy the trump administration we seen can of an internet memes being shared of a of a mom or the cnn logo on his head being a bizarre way a train really bizarre stuff.

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"director communications" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"director communications" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Well uh thank you for being here ashley i had no idea we now know something about you you deal and i go i get out heights weird like i don't like tell the velappan asda no new it we honor that's that is like it's awesome total secret that's awesome it was a fun time as a fun time uh dillon twenty is at of valley mailefihi va i should spell it's people could find a v eight l i m a i l dot com and uh it sells is it a startup is a pretty new yes assertive uh about a year and a half old thirty people navy nice is are you enjoying startup life you know um i did not set out to join us start out by a in years of covering startups um i kind of had decided he uh when i left venture bait that that was the last thing i wanted to do but i did some work for these guys and uh they they seem to have their heads screwed on straight it's not uh it's not kind of like what you you the sort of the classic story of a startup where people are running around uh with barely any idea what they're doing um no eyes link which already startups i love hungary startups i think i would have to say yes i'm enjoying it good yeah i'm gonna i'm gonna find out more this looks really really amazing and i think every company should be using it after whilst you saw what after have that the white house it's obviously as a pretty important i i think so tulio yes by presiding so it's you know what they need they need a really good director communications because i don't think it's immediately obvious what this is all about i understand it but i now i think in general business doesn't know what do you mean validate michio what do you me it's a little hard to explain yeah and then you get into all these internet standards like spf antique and people get really confused so i have some work to do good.

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