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Fresh update on "editor" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

00:42 sec | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "editor" discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"A way to expand its global reach. After a thorough evaluation, the team at oatley decided to use as their next CMS within two months, they'd launched 16 global websites, at least creative team loves StoryBlocks visual editor. It's collaboration features and the possibility to reuse content components globally. Quote, building a new website comes with a lot of things to think about, but with StoryBlocks, it helps you build in the right way with SEO in mind, structured content, and really get us to rethink and consider our KPIs and, quote, that was Marcus home quist, digital project manager at oatley. Oatly Adidas T mobile, and more than 92,000 other users have named StoryBlocks as

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Roy Sheinfeld on the Maturation of Lightning

Bitcoin Audible

01:58 min | 5 d ago

Roy Sheinfeld on the Maturation of Lightning

"The maturation of lightning, growing up by going vertical. By Roy scheinfeld. It's almost tautologically true that specialization within a social system increases with sophistication. In fact, increasing specialization could be one way to define social sophistication. Example one our global society is pretty sophisticated. I know how to create products, ace a trivia contest about the wire and find the best shawarma joints in Tel Aviv. But I have no idea how to knit, design and efficient photovoltaic cell, or where to go rock climbing around Maputo. We're all experts at something, learning more and more about less and less. Compare that with hunter gatherer societies, where everyone can basically duke everything. Everyone can weave a basket, catch a fish, light a fire, sing a song, recite the rules of the tribe, make a shelter, et cetera. Though their worlds are complex, their societies are simple. With very little internal differentiation or specialization. Example two. In the early days of the web, companies like CompuServe and AOL were basically one stop online shops. They were ISPs providing basic connectivity, email, social media, IE chat rooms, content in the form of news, weather, and so on, and search, often in the form of an actual curated directory. As the web became more complex, we now engage with multiple companies for each of those functions, including all the writing, editing, commenting, revising, and so on. Even a simple post like this one will involve the services of a few ISPs, a few email providers, a few cloud storage platforms, a few cloud text editors, a few image repositories, and who knows how many background services. And now, it's happening to lightning.

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A Deep Dive Into Klaus Schwab and the WEF With Larry Taunton

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | 6 d ago

A Deep Dive Into Klaus Schwab and the WEF With Larry Taunton

"Back, I'm talking to Larry Taunton, whom you may find at Larry Alex Taunton dot com, I recommend that you go to Larry Alex Taunton dot com. So let's continue the conversation. You've done a deep dive into Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. Yeah, let me tell you a little bit about how we got or how they got where they are. This all really began with an academic white paper that was circulated in 1970 called the predicament of mankind. Now, as a writer, you like myself would read this and say, this needed a better editor. It's written by somebody of a scientific predisposition who doesn't really have any real skills as a writer. It's full of typos and it's just not it's somewhat repetitive, but it's only 31 pages. And in the predicament of mankind, this group, which is called the club of Rome, the club of Rome, which is oddly located in Zürich, Switzerland is a think tank, thank kato or brookings institute, but these are individuals who said, look, global leaders are too focused on getting reelected in the tyranny of the urgent. And they're not focusing on global problems. And so we suggest in the predicament of mankind in this white paper, we suggest that there be a kind of new think tank that's an action committee. And that this action committee focus on some of the world problems.

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New York Times: Throw Your Feelings About Trump Into a Blackhole

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | Last week

New York Times: Throw Your Feelings About Trump Into a Blackhole

"I've been impressed that the mainstream media treated Trump's announcement last night as the bona FIDE news story that it is. I just had a feeling they mock it and they did largely. The New York Times, The New York Times, wants people to take their feelings and put them into a black hole so that Trump can stop living rent free in their heads. I'm not kidding you. I told Joey hutchin about it this morning in South Carolina. He said, you're making that up. Oh no, I'm not. New York Times Patrick Healy deputy opinion editor. How are you feeling today about Donald Trump? Now he's back in our lives as a presidential candidate. We had an idea. My colleagues and I came up with an idea at The New York Times. Why not take all of our thoughts, feelings, obsessiveness, and distraction that Trump inspires and cash them into our own black hole? Could that little act give us some of our emotional energy and brain space back? Oh yeah, they've devised a black hole as a link that you should plant your feelings about Trump's return. I kid you not.

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Gerrymandering Committee Proved Ineffective for Republicans

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

Gerrymandering Committee Proved Ineffective for Republicans

"I learned that the Republicans put a committee together To look at gerrymandering in the states and who among others was on this committee This guy seems to be behind everything and is a serial loser For us conservatives in the Republican Party Who was behind this too Cut 7 go They've vaccinated A senior editor at the nonpartisan cook political report said that New York's proposed map was such an effective gerrymander that it only wasted democratic votes in a few isolated places Even then we're stopped there for a second So it judges looked at this and told New York to fix it they really wouldn't and so they throw it out So it turns out New York turned out well But the rest of the country other than Florida in New York turned out very poorly for the Republicans Very poorly Go ahead It's a brutal map for Republicans Our guys just don't get it And I don't know about you but I felt relieved I thought were Lee when I saw Karl rove I think it was one of the Sunday shows where it's not mine I don't really remember it It was on one of the Sunday shows Because we all know Carl rove is the architect It was the architect of the 2006 Senate blowout by the Democrats And the great victory By George W. Bush in 2000 Which was ultimately decided via the Electoral College Nonetheless he's apparently on some committee that is helping to fight on the gerrymandering issue mister Purdue so that scares the crap out of me

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Julie Powell, author of "Julie & Julia," dies at 49

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Julie Powell, author of "Julie & Julia," dies at 49

"Food writer Julie Powell who was one of the subjects of the 2009 film Julie and Julia has died of cardiac arrest at her home in upstate New York according to her editor Powell was 49 I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Julie Powell blogged for a year about making every recipe in Julia Child's book mastering the art of French cooking She wrote a book about it which led to the film version with Amy Adams playing Powell in Meryl Streep as child Powell told reporters in 2009 she left a stick of butter under child's portrait at the Smithsonian in Washington and

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Why Are You Still Wearing a Mask?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Are You Still Wearing a Mask?

"Now, did you ever stop and wonder why did the editors of The Wall Street Journal mock? These scenarios and the editors of The New York Times find them compelling serious and frightening. For the same reason that I assume when I see somebody walking in the street as I did today, my dear producer driving into the studio today. In Glendale, California, a suburb, if you will, of Los Angeles. Big city. Anyway, I saw a man crossing the street, middle aged man. Wearing a mask, and it's the clone type, is that the K 95? So he really can't breathe. N95. N95, yeah. Yeah, K 95. This just shows how much I take this stuff seriously. Anyway, N95. The man was walking alone, there was no one not only no one near him, there was no one else. He was the only person I could see in the street. And he was wearing a mask. Early in the morning. So my question is, by the way, I want you to know, if I could do it, I would have said to him, sir, can I interview you for a $100? Here's a $100 bill for your time. That is how much I would have loved to have had him on the show. Or even interview him privately. So why would I ask him? Interesting question, right? What would I ask? I would ask him the obvious why are you wearing a mask? Outdoors and a load.

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Staffers Call for Cancellation of Amy Coney Barrett's Book Deal

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:19 min | Last month

Staffers Call for Cancellation of Amy Coney Barrett's Book Deal

"Petition emerges to cancel Amy Coney Barrett's book deal. This is from daily mail, more than 470 members of the writing publishing and literary community have signed a petition opposing Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett's upcoming book. A Supreme Court Justice should not be published. Get it? The better educated you are, the more likely you are to suppress freedom. To loathe everything good that this country stands for. To be so arrogant is to think that what you believe in is the only thing that can be stated. This thing gets worse. I want you to hear the convoluted way in which they think that they're for free speech, but they want Amy Coney Brian's by Barrett. Sorry, Amy Coney Barrett's book suppressed. The damning petition was signed by various members of the literary community, I love it. Community whenever I see that word, I have a feeling to something totalitarian is taking place. Including editors authors and publishers for random penguin house. Whose imprint sentinel signed Barrett to a $2 million book deal in 2021.

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The Oxymoron of Free Thought in Universities

The Officer Tatum Show

01:21 min | Last month

The Oxymoron of Free Thought in Universities

"I want to talk to you about the event that you went to. You know, I speak around the country, I speak at events, you know, similar to you and we have an opportunity to come before these young people at these universities and try to get them to hear a different perspective. We're not indulged in indoctrination. But you had an interest in issue at a particular university because you came to spoke and spoke the truth and they could not handle any more truth. And so tell us about what happened to you at this particular university. Sure. So I had visited winona state university in Minnesota about a year prior to my event that happened. And they invited me back a year later, which means apparently the event went quite well. And the faculty association was not happy about this. So they actually wrote a open letter to the editor saying that if faculty and students wanted to stay away from campus on the day of my event, mind you, this is an event that you can go to voluntarily. You are not forced to be there. It is not required and it was outside of school hours, but they told faculty and students. If you did not want to be present on campus that day, due to the threat that my presence presents, they didn't have to come to school that day. So several professors canceled their classes, students didn't show up. And instead of left is coming to my speech to challenge my beliefs, they wrote chalkboard messages all over the campus Brandon.

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Charles Hurt: What Nancy Pelosi Can Do in Her Next Career

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | Last month

Charles Hurt: What Nancy Pelosi Can Do in Her Next Career

"There's a funny conversation last night on Fox News between Laura Ingraham and Charlie hurt from the Washington times. What could Nancy Pelosi do for a living after she gets fired as Speaker of the House on November the 8th? Listen to this hysterical exchange between Laura and Charlie last night on Fox News. So being the magnanimous team that we are, we've taken it upon ourselves to compile a list of post speaker careers for her. Charlie hurt, Fox News contributor and opinion editor for the Washington times, who joins me on set with his own contributions. Okay, Charlie. The first option is inspired by this recent documentary. The waiting for this. The trespassing on the capital grounds. All right, punch him out. I'm going to go to jail. I'm going to be happy. Well, given her Gusto and that clip, we thought she might want to channel that aggression into the ring. There's got to be some senior boxing tour somewhere in California. I mean, you can see it right. I mean, she's looking good there. She's almost looks like fetterman there. Yeah, I can see her. Like an MMA ring. Maybe she patty Murray can go toe toe because Murray is going to be out too. No, I can see it. And she is a Street Fighter. She's smart. All going all the way back to the streets of Baltimore. I wouldn't count her out. I wouldn't mess out. She plays dirty. She's a fighter. She fights for what she believes in. She was ready to go with all that legislation. I don't agree with her on anything, but you've got to admire her for her fight. Now Charlie, you have a suggestion of your own for Nancy. And I hear it is inspired by this moment. God bless you and God bless America. Thank you very much. I'm trying to, I'm trying to rip my folder, but I can't. She could get a job at kinko's and become a paper shredder. And she could do it right there. It worked for the federal government.

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Charlie Welcomes Michael Walsh, Editor of 'Against the Great Reset'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | Last month

Charlie Welcomes Michael Walsh, Editor of 'Against the Great Reset'

"Joining us now is Michael Walsh, author of against the great reset, 18 theses contra the new world order with contributions from Victor Davis Hanson Douglas Murray, roger Kimball, Angelo codo villa May he rest in peace. James poulos, Conrad black, Michael Anton, David Goldman, Janice, John tyranny, Harry Stein, and more and edited by Matt Walsh. That's a really great list. My goodness. Michael Walsh, welcome to the program. Hey, thanks, Charlie. Good to see you again. Yeah, you too. Tell us about your book. Well, it's not edited by Matt Walsh. She said it by Michael balls. I have a problem being confused. I'm sorry. I say it so often, so I apologize. I know you do. My young colleague, the idea behind the book is a direct attack on the great reset. And I know Charlie, you've talked about it a lot and many of our colleagues and conservative movement have talked about it. But very briefly, it's an idea that arose at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland. It's been kicking around for some years now and generally on the left. It's been dismissed by our ideological opponents as a conspiracy theory. And yet the World Economic Forum under the direction of Klaus Schwab is quite open about their ambition for the world, which is to put it in a nutshell, you will own nothing and be happy. So as we said, as I say, the introduction to this book, this is our salvo opening salvo against Davos against the great reset against Schwab against their plutocrats who would keep all of us to basically confined to high rise buildings, driving electric cars, whether if they allow you to have them, and of course eating bugs instead of beef because after all, cows are killing the planet.

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Bob Cesca Believes the Us Is on It's Way to a Real Life Idiocracy

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:56 sec | Last month

Bob Cesca Believes the Us Is on It's Way to a Real Life Idiocracy

"Can I just say you mentioned something on Twitter that Aaron rupar also did that it is hard to tell what's parody anymore and or what's a scene directly from idiocracy. You and I talk about this all the time on our shows, right? So this was Herschel Walker's campaign intends to flash that badge a lot more and will hand out a thousand plastic versions at campaign events and Aaron Rupert just said we are one election cycle away from Republicans advising people to water their crops with Gatorade. Seriously. Rondo, that's crazy. We've been on that path for so long. You know, I remember I was writing that in 2015 and 2016. Right. As we were observing that Donald Trump campaign ramping up. And I kept mentioning idiocracy in my articles and salon. And finally, my editor just had to send me an email like this lengthy email describing all the reasons why I need to stop talking about idiocracy and every single article that I'm pitching to them.

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How Church Leaders Aligned With Fauci to Discredit Experts

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:41 min | Last month

How Church Leaders Aligned With Fauci to Discredit Experts

"Exactly did he do? Because I understand he has a lot of connections with many evangelical leaders some were even within the Southern Baptist convention. Yes, so early this year, I had released a report on all of the evangelical leaders, including people like Christianity today, editor in chief Russell Moore, Billy Graham center, director at stetzer, Tim teller, a lot of other big Rick Warren. Some other big names who had platformed Francis Collins to come on their podcast to do interviews with him to run stories, advocating for him basically saying he's a Christian brother, we need to listen to him and you can go back and find that old report. But that was the first story. And then this week, what popped up was that this organization that Francis Collins founded put out a statement called the love your neighbor get the shot statement. And this went even further because it was essentially a pledge that a variety of Christian leaders, including people like NT rights, very famous theologian, Christian author, Philip yancy, that one breaks my heart, Christianity today, CEO, Timothy dalrymple, some seminary president, veggie tales, creator, Bill Fisher. They all signed this document. And in it, they promised to actively promote accurate scientific information from trustworthy consensus sources and they promise to help counter misinformation and conspiracy theories from non consensus sources. And when

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Danielle and Editor at Newsweek, Josh Hammer, Unpack a New Poll

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Danielle and Editor at Newsweek, Josh Hammer, Unpack a New Poll

"I'm delighted to welcome our guest today, Josh hammer. Josh hammer is the opinion editor at newsweek. Joss is a constitutional attorney by training. He hosts the Josh hammer show and newsweek podcasts and co hosts the Edmund Burke foundation's Nat con squad podcast. Josh, thanks for joining us. In a recent economist YouGov poll, 94% of respondents said, jobs in the economy was important to them. The topping, every other concern, except inflation, which scored the same. According to an average of polls compiled by RealClearPolitics, 59% of Americans disapprove of Biden's handling of the economy. We've also seen that critical Senate races in Pennsylvania Wisconsin, Nevada and Arizona appear to be shifting in favor of Republicans. So what do you think about this lead we have so far up to November? And do you think that there could be some October surprises of the sleeves of the Democrats until then? Well, Daniel, thanks for having me. Great to be with you as always. So I mean, what you just read those polls kind of remind me of something that I have been saying on my own podcast on radio TV. You name it for many months now, actually, which is, you know, back in July, I think a lot of us in the right leaning commentary of punditry space were predicting a big red wave, the red wave was kind of like the phrase that I think a lot of us in folks last summer. Then around August, maybe it's early September, really kind of the month of August, so I think a lot of people start to get a little skittish. And just a little bit and there was like that'd be so called backlash to the Supreme Court. Abortion case might have been having an effect, but around that time that some people, especially on our side, were starting to get a little more cautious, pessimistic and skittish. I kind of took upon myself, I'm not the only one. A lot of others did. And I reminded folks like the fundamentals, the basic kind of bare bones, political fundamentals of this midterm election, still heavily favored Republicans.

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Tulsi Gabbard Says She's Leaving the Democratic Party

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:31 min | Last month

Tulsi Gabbard Says She's Leaving the Democratic Party

"Am delighted to welcome our guest today Jack the sobic. Jack the Soviet is a political commentator and a senior editor at human events. Jack, thanks for joining us. Danielle, thanks so much for having me. Congrats to you, by the way, filling in for the big man while he's away. Yes, thank you, Jack. Yes, the big man, not the big guy, because I don't want to be a guy. Little hunter. Absolutely. Aw, well, thank you, Jack. Well, Jack, you have such fascinating insights, so I want to start by getting your reaction to Tulsi Gabbard recently posting on her Twitter that she's leaving the Democrat party. Listen, I can no longer remain in today's Democratic Party that's under the complete control of an elitist cabal of warmongers who were driven by cowardly wokeness, who divide us by racializing every issue and stoking anti white racism, who actively work to undermine our God given freedoms that are enshrined in our constitution, who are hostile to people of faith and spirituality, who demonize the police, but protect criminals at the expense of law abiding Americans, who believe in open borders who weaponize the national security state to go after their political opponents and above all who are dragging us ever closer to nuclear war. Now, I believe in a government that's of the people by the people and for the people. Unfortunately, today's Democratic Party does not. Instead, it stands for a government that is of by and for the powerful elite. Now, I'm calling on my fellow common sense independent minded Democrats to join me in leaving the Democratic Party. If you can no longer stomach the direction that the so called woke Democratic Party ideologues are taking our country, and I invite you to join me. So Jack, I want to get your reaction. Well, I think it's very interesting. So Tulsi Gabbard and if we remember correctly, she did resign all the way back in 2016 as the vice chair of the Democratic Party. And so to see her now leaving the party completely, it doesn't come as a huge surprise. I think a lot of people saw this move coming. It's something that she's certainly telegraphed. I mean, she's spoken at cpac. She's guest hosted for Tucker Carlson. She's appeared to events with myself with James O'Keefe and others. I've had the chance to talk with her offline a little bit. She's definitely writing this wave

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Brendan O'Neill: 'The Left Lost Faith in Ordinary People'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Brendan O'Neill: 'The Left Lost Faith in Ordinary People'

"Put any thought to how that happened? How did the left that were burning brows and building barricades for freedom and whatever in the 60s, how they became the censorious, there will be no progress. We're going to control information. Is it because the revolutionaries left the campuses and became the ministers became the establishment became the editors. What was the key to that 180° reversal Brendan in your opinion? I think fundamentally the left lost faith in ordinary people. And I think there were two great periods in which that happened. The first was in the 1960s when the left became much more culturally inclined. So it gave up on questions of class and questions about the economy and questions about production, which is what the left had been concerned with for a hundred years before that. And in the 60s it became much more about cultural issues. The evils of advertising and consumer society and the brain dead masses going to work every day like a bunch of idiots. So the left shifted towards a cultural critique of mass society. And as a consequence, they lost faith in the masses who they saw as being a bit brainwashed in a bit stupid. And then again in the 1980s, I think there was another development in the left's break with ordinary people because of course the right was being successful across much of the western world, particularly in the UK with Thatcher and in the U.S. with Reagan. And that's really the time that the left loses faith in democracy and starts looking for other ways to affect change, whether through the judicial wing or through the European Union in Britain's case, they looked for ways outside of democracy to circumvent democracy in order to make things happen that they would like to see happen. So in the 60s and the 80s, there was a massive shift of the left away from ordinary people and towards state structures and they started to distrust us and in the process they gave up on the idea of freedom, I think. I

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Ed Ryan: Why Some People Did Not Evacuate for Hurricane Ian

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | 2 months ago

Ed Ryan: Why Some People Did Not Evacuate for Hurricane Ian

"Of the reasons for that was back when Irma hit everybody in the barrier islands Fort Myers beach sanibel pine island, and they were all told that the storm surge was going to be so bad that it was going to have the potential to destroy buildings. And what happened was there was no storm surge. So I think there was a false sense of security this time around where they said, watch out, watch out for the storm surge, and people decided if they had a two story building, they were just going to move up or if they had an addict, they were just going to move up. And what happened was it was so high. Mike, when I tell you that, we looked at some of the buildings during the storm where there were cameras set up on high rises. The buildings were underwater. I mean, some of the houses on fort Mars beach are so old, the cottages. They were just, they were just broken into tiny little pieces. There was no chance for people to survive if there were something like that. Mobile home parks, same thing. They're at least two or three on four Mars beach. They just totally destroyed all of those, all those facilities. So, you know, there was a mandatory evacuation. I think governor desantis did a great job. I think the county leaders and Lee county did a great job giving people enough time to get out. I mean, how much time and how many times do you need to be told to get out before you, you know, in your mind you're thinking, I'm staying. I mean, the traffic wasn't bad enough during the initial evacuation where they had to open the shoulder of I 75 or any of the busy roads. They were ready to do that. And so, you know, the people on those islands that decided to stay, they were going to stay. It wasn't like it was the last minute, 15 minutes you have to get out. They knew they were going to try and stay with their with their property. And it looks like you shot pictures now. I believe that's the four Mars beach beer. It was.

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Ed Ryan: The Damage Done in Fort Myers

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Ed Ryan: The Damage Done in Fort Myers

"Thank goodness you and your wife are safe, but I know you must be heartbroken. Your broadcast location beach talk radio, that restaurant is gone, right? Where we were broadcast, we actually live by the airport, Mike, but our show was broadcast down on Fort Myers beach at what's called Pete Stein. It's called beach dock ready. We're there for four years. And what happened was Mike the storm surge was 15 or so feet and it came up over the gulf came up over the beach, sucked all the restaurants out and they're all in the Gulf of Mexico now. It was Mike, it was a nuclear bomb was dropped on Fort Myers beach. The pictures that everybody is seeing do not do it justice. It's a body search now because a lot of people decided they were going to stay. We had the fire chief one last night and they're going door to door and they're finding our Friends. They're finding our neighbors and it's an incredible catastrophe.

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Why Breitbart's Matt Boyle Enjoys Longform Journalism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 2 months ago

Why Breitbart's Matt Boyle Enjoys Longform Journalism

"Can I get a little bit technical to talk about you for a second? Because you are one of the rare breed you're young, you're not one of them. I'm getting up there though. It turned 35. But you brought, you still dedicate a lot of your journalistic work to something that is basically dead in journalism, which is long form pieces. You will take it issue, whatever it is, and you will dive into it for weeks or months, and then you'll drop a 1002 1003 thousand word ps, why I love it, I think that's what real journalism has to include. Does that drive you? Why do you do that? Why does Alex Marlow the editor in chief of breitbart give you that room for maneuver? Because you are an oddity in a good way that you really get down into the nitty Gritty of these issues. Why do you do that, mat boy? Well, look, I also subscribe to the fact that because I host a radio show on Saturday mornings. I do video stuff out there as well. So I've done some deeper long form videos over the last couple of years where we did some things with governor gnome and Kevin McCarthy and senator Blackburn, among others. But the written word, in my opinion, is still the most powerful thing. I mean, if you put it, I still think that people read for information. I do. I get it that people are out there like all watching these tiktoks and social media videos and 32nd videos. But I still think there's a huge number of people out there who are looking for easy to digest readable information. That's frankly where I get most of my information from is reading. So I read a lot very quickly. I read a lot of articles all across the news. So if you see it in the president Trump, I've probably read it. He always wants stuff printed out and he wants to read it. Well, I read it on my phone or on my computer on my iPad, but yes, or I'll read it print it out too sometimes. But yes, but I like to read it. And I think that and I can digest it very quickly. And I think that a lot of people out there are like that too. They want to read information. And also, it's permanent, right?

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"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"I'm i'm i'm really really glad that i learned of your new position first of all. Congratulations on the gig. Adam indicate if someone wants to get a hold of you now gonna give your email addresses. That's okay because someone might wanna yell and scream at you or breaks what you're doing. I'm just saying because. I know when we do interview a lot of digital disruptors in this industry. But and mike's a big one. Your adam dr ski. What is your title against her tap into director of content director of content. email address. your your last name is d. a. r. s. k. y. Your email addresses a dr ski at tap into dot net. that's p. i n. t. o. Dot net just go to tap into dot net. If you wanna see the network of hundreds of different local entrepreneurs publishers who are lunch network final question. Now because i i heard your background you have produced morning. Shows have you not. I mean this is what you said to me. My wife and i are addicted to a show on apple called the morning show. Are you watching it. And does it show truth on what those environments are truly like on those morning shows so i actually get that question a lot and i watched. I watched the newsroom on. Hbo years ago kylo the watch. I watched the movie broadcast news. I mean that that's not answering your question i. I watched the last season. My wife has started the current season. I haven't started watching it yet. Because i i think i watched it through a different different lens and i just judge either saying that's wrong or oh that you know that would never have or you know what that's a good idea. Maybe that should have happened. Look at it. it's it's entertainment value. I one of their could sultan and he's a consulting producer on it as brian. Stelter from cnn. Who was indebted in at abc or a long time writing his book so so there is a sense of reality. Look it is what it is. it's entertainment value. it's these these great stars. So i will. I was a head shop and get going with it at some point. I was a morning man for seventeen years before i switched into two sales and management and at that time i'm gonna date myself now. There was a tv show w aarp in cincinnati. of course. I had those questions all the time that i said. Nah not even. It's not even be do a good job showing with the studio adam. It was an honor and pleasure. Please give my best to mike and thank you so much for your valuable time. I wish you luck at your new gig tap into and more importantly i'm going to keep an eye on what you're up there. I think it's gonna be fun to see new perspective. You bring a lot of these guys who are running. Those sites. Do not have a broadcast back. You see what i'm saying. They have a print. Came over from your newspaper side feeling. We're going to be seeing a little bit more video. My right a little bit more fun in interactivity. I think that's a pretty safe but that's a pretty safe. Guess we'll keep an eye on you. Thanks again adam. Have a good day. Stay healthy sir. thank you appreciate it.

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05:26 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"It was killed in the line of duty. So there's a sense of you send it to us. We believe you were gonna put it off. I think what the tap into model. there's more vetting. there's a got to check it out. Gotta make sure it's true. Have to make sure it. You don't pass the test. And i think it's i think it's good for the. I think it's good for tap into because you're kind of deputizing the community to send in information to send in stories. Yes it's a press release. Yes it's an adversarial but it's a way to contribute to the site. It's a way to get information in and it's a way to stop me if you've heard this more at people get information and know what's going on in their community. Yes it's fully disclosed because it's submitted by the township about the raid or that the the borough about something that's going on this weekend so it's you know it's kind of blurring the line between p. e. r. what's what's the are at what's news and look the. Fcc came out very clear years ago and says any sort of vienna are or any sort of thing that you didn't shoot. Had to be explicitly flagged by saying provided by. You know bills ice cream shop inc or something like that. I think we you know it's important to us as someone who gathers information from the community that we're we're we're gonna we're gonna publish this sort of things and it and it helps. It helps our folks get information. It helps our folks stay up to date and our franchisees and reporters have relationships with them. Where they're going to know what's going on in the community and you know it's good when there is something taking place for them to say. Hey tap into site franchisee acts. Here's a press release. Here's what's going on this weekend. Publish it and you go all right so We're gonna have to wrap this thing up. 'cause i've been told i go too long. I don't there's this about these somehow and metrics show that you basically have an audience between eighteen and twenty five minutes and we already. We can go out everybody. Just turn it off. Because they'd say the big question the gotcha questions coming. I'm just kidding but there's a lot of talk right now about trying to help support the free press the look you know that that that final check on power it has to do with things like legislation in congress that i don't know if you've no the local journalism sustainability act which doesn't look good right now as everything's sliced and cut out of these bills basically says that perhaps congress should allow businesses who advertise hyper local sites hyper local sites or in publications or broadcasts can get a tax credit you..

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05:08 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"It's hard to find a jack-of-all-trades do you agree in this industry. Yes and part of the reason why i'm in. This job is to provide that support for the folks that don't have as much of the journalism. Background mas- i will so i don't have the sales background like you. I don't have the sales background like that. Franchisees it dirt or do so. I can help provide them with some of the journalistic ethics. They won emailed me. Sahan need trying to work on this paragraph. i need a word in you absolutely. I can do that so while. I'm learning about the sales. The advertising the marketing through the franchisees work. In with mike. I bring in the quarter century of editorial mixing some really old quarter century of editorial and writing an ethics and all that stuff that i can provide for them. Why first of all got to give you some some kudos for that because just about every success story that we have dissected here at n. p. true hyper local working whether it's pure play like you whether it's a young entrepreneur buying an older brand and turning it around it's not brain surgery my friend. It's just going back to basics. It's good journalism. It's providing a great product. It saying to yourself when you're looking at your product whether it's digital print both email social is this what a human being wants to see to understand their local community and that's what it all boils down to and it looked. There's a time to watch the kit nutri video and there's a time to watch or read the story about. Hey this is going on in my community. There's safety impacts at my height. My local high school or at the police are as reasonable police. Investigation or something. Like that and one is four. One is while you're sitting on the couch flipping through your phone watching videos saying hey look at this cabinetry i i don't i don't feel like there's a lot of value there. I feel like people want impactful local community journalism..

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05:34 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"There was someone from the local from. Tv station would come in someone from the big paper. The daily may thirty miles away would come in. Those days are gone now right. 'cause you've stripped right because money is tighter there fewer people and they're more newscasts and a lot of these newscasts and i done it so i know rely on the national steed services coming from cnn. Or when i was at abc they have a clearinghouse called abc news..

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Twelve new jersey. It was. I was living in in jersey commuting to connecticut so it was a long commute. Daily commute back and forth wanted to get something a little closer to home news. Twelve is right around the corner literally and figuratively So it was good to work there okay. So now the reason. I'm interviewing you. Is you have a brand new position on someone. We've interviewed on this platform before someone that i've known for years and this industry does know a gentleman by the name of mike shapiro. Some of this industry does not like mike shapiro because mike shapiro. In my humble opinion is one of the pure. I would call disruptors of the news paper industry in other words. Mike has put together a network of locally managed pure play websites and where there are different. You know what i could call hubs happening all over the. Us of his platform called tap into but the biggest and largest cluster of these hyper local news. Entities is between new york city and philadelphia. My correct us. Most of new jersey right now is that that's right. That's right. We're talking a lot of local cities now in. And if you look at this corridor it's not only one of the most populated corridors in the united states so suburbs to a number of different metros my saying that correctly but for the most over media corridors in the united states. Would you agree. yes. I'm you've got delays from philadelphia new york overlapping. Each other right. Then you at stuff from baltimore kicking in on the southern side. I mean it's just new jersey is and i remember. I was born in britain philly. So i'm very familiar with jersey jersey's the bedroom to a lot of different places correct right and you know a lot of it from from from dna standpoint. You've got new york coming down right illy going up and then they overlap. And then you've got almost where it is everywhere and then no-man's-land because it kind of gets lost in.

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03:55 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Stitcher caesar apple google. What have you please follow us. Watching on our youtube channel smash that bell below right next to the subscribe button. And you'll get an okay teaching every time we upload a new episode of n. p. reports. I'm very excited about this interview because it brings up a topic. It's always been near and dear to going between different forms of legacy media when it comes to different aspects of our of our profession. You know media with news publishing what have you. I have a radio and tv background. Many of you know that. But i came from the talent side. Wasn't that talented went into sales. And before i knew it i was a manager always on the business side and that's happened a lot. I know a lot of people that have moved between television radio and and the print industry as well as the digital side of it within the business side..

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"And you're seeing what that means is you're left with big swath of the country. Some cases foreign ten americans that distrust the media and part of this plays into it. You know so. Journalism has its own self inflicted wounds. But i do agree with tim that at its heart. It's a bunch of individuals trying to do good work so when you're criticizing the media that's a myth. There is no such thing as the media what you should be. Criticizing who you should be criticizing the reporter or reporters and editor or editors an individual outlet. Who wrote that story. And so that's part of this too. Is that you know journalism Needs to do better at explaining what it does and then self correcting that. When i mean is when you make a mistake. Tim's point corrected. There's a bill flying through congress right now that i'm sure your world. The local journalism sustainability act. It's the brainchild of a guy named francis wick wick communications alan fist. Oh picked it up from From the seattle times and now it's got the backing of not only the newspaper industry with the broadcast industry to help. Journalists local journalism survive and basically what it does is it offers tax credits if this gets approved that there's a tax credit to the publisher who pays for journalists a local journalist. There's a tax credit for the person who subscribes any form of local journalism. And there's a tax credit to the advertiser that supports that media. Thus helping it survive so we can avoid this. This term news desert's for towns because there is fact and there's research that shows that when a local press does not exist knit community. A malays takes place. The community stops voting. This community stops participate. My question to you is what. What is now stalling. The bill is some congressional leaders. It has bipartisan support. Equal support from their republican and democrat the fine local journalists. And what you're doing right now in a way is almost defining it should there not be some manifesto from somewhere that defines what you just said of free and fair press rather than a blogger or someone who can okay i i i see now tim. You're smiling. you may want to add to that. But what are your thoughts on that today or should we just let the marketplace decide. That's what i'm kind of hearing that because you said matt was well. If they're doing a bad job they'll just go out of business. The answer is The national enquirer survived for a pretty damn time. If you know what. You're going. Go ahead. Tim i'm sorry you're gonna add well. It's it's a tricky business. I mean let's look. There isn't a licensed to journalists. There's no certification exam you have to pass. I mean some people Get degrees in journalism. I've got one But a lot of people enter journalism through other fields through business through being english. major science majors..

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"We haven't about page. All of them are there and the contact information is there and i think we. I known quantity to some extent note of some a lot of really good black on press based in boston. Got in touch with me. The other day found out. Tennessee tribune and nashville. That we have a lot of folks who are interested in things like this and maybe they don't wear black with maybe. This is the template that creates other collaborations. We don't have to be the only person tell we think there's a logic table where everybody can sit so we're trying to be quote unquote an exclusive club. We just bike now. The first folks but we want other folks to get come along and do the same thing in antonio's talking about the idea of having that sustainability and the local news it's important because covert exposed and to like so many things that we as black people african americans a ready new all the disproportionate bad outcomes of cloven. Hit us hard and still continue to do so. George floyd's murder shortest relationship with us and police how bad it was and how we have to start working together better so all these things. Now which are now part of national compensation. We've been spin out there. Tilling and growing and doing stories and covering for decades larry final thoughts. Well i think as far as this. Collaboration goes i think it's like excited. It's it's a temporary I you know. I definitely wanna take. I'm i'm on the board of local media associations so i wanna take this opportunity to really thank And its leadership Nancy lane has been a fantastic reader for for ella mae. And i think that You know we couldn't do a lot of the stuff that we're doing together without of infrastructure of of that support that backbone of that association so you know obviously you've been viewed listeners are are going to be newsroom folks and i would say support. Ella may as well too because You know this. This type of work is rooted in their dna And i think it's it's showing in product that we're helping produce. We'll save the doctorate for last tony. Final thoughts for the for the eb word and black audience and for the initiative. The final thought is that Working together in this. Collaboration really is important. As larry said we can formally collaborations all over the country to do what we need to do to amplify voices. I wanna thank you mike Editor and publisher publish. That as you started off talking about to amplify our voices About word in black nicole. Hannah jones picked it up on twitter as a review articles. All she said was it was good. And from that article we explosion in.

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04:24 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

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01:52 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Gender sexual orientation age ability immigration status and more plus year. Background the roots are pre entered and their mission is to continue to affect that change to data driven investigative report and many of you know that name attributed to end for years he has now moved into. Cpi the senate republican technology as the editor in chief but recently was announced that the center for public integrity now as a brand new ceo named paul's back rally is mostly on the digital side. And he'll be running disorganization helping you make sure that this.

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05:47 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"So how do you. How do you find that that. I don't want to use the term editor. Because i haven't seen the term editor in chief for publisher your website but that champion. What what is the matab. So we look from energy editor. So there's two ways we go about it. One is will look and see. Is there something that already exists. That needs help that needs some firepower that needs in different thinking if so then we look at different acquisition than say that. Is this something that we can bring under our umbrella and we will work with. You will help you will do all these sort of things If not we say can we build something from scratch and by doing so. You need the right managing editor. Who can lead the team. You need the right reporters than in doing that from the ground up. So that's generally were will start is that we need. We need people in the community. And and it's it's really interesting because we face these challenges all the time where some communities just they seem to not have the right people they don't have the talent in place and so we then asked the question that is this the right community for us to go into if the talent doesn't existence generally you need to. You need people who understand the community. They've either grown up there. they live there. They've worked there But if you're trying to transplant someone in to say. Hey you're gonna go work in montana for example and i've never been to moncton i don't know anything about it but you want me to go there and be the editor there. The problem is there is so much of these nuances to these communities by you you you may never know and so you know taking taking that idea of the geographical him you know. I think the past year has shown has shown us bad on a a good side that communities matter now more than ever before and i think people are seeing that..

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06:39 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Else do we get people interested in this. You know. i remember a talk in tennessee. I did all these disease. They were seniors in colleagues. They were all journalists students. I asked him what do you want to do. Of course they all wanted to go to work at the new york. Times national geographic. All this and i told they might wish every young journalism student is country was with made mandatory. They go to a small weekly newspaper somewhere out in the middle lower and learn what it's all about because you can be a journalist. You're also the photographer. you're the assure the janitor. You can stop papers. You learn all you know. I think that's important. I think sometimes these journalism schools shokai in the sky when the reality on the ground is this is touched up. You know just like. I said we hired a reporter. Nine months ago she said a supervisor's meetings in the air corps meetings and all that that's not glory there that's not glory but it's important in shows for the tax dollars that and i hope people will go into that revision might bigger hope. Is that somehow some way we can save these smaller locations because they are the backbone of this country excellent the founding fathers. They said it all up just for that so they could be walks themselves. Wanna deal that was you know. And it's kinda heartwarming when you look at some legislation that some say may may pass like the local journalism sustainability act. I don't know if you're familiar with it. But you know. God forbid we give a tax credit to the u the guy who's paying that reporter. Give one to your advertiser and give one to your subscriber but what i think is heartwarming. It's bipartisan even as much as the at some politicians hate that spotlight on appreciate the need for that final check. They do see a need for us to to continue to thrive and your story is amazing and the story you wrote is amazing final. Take away from your book. I'm only through chapter three. I got a bit more to get through. But what what's the final message. You want someone to get from the book. If i may be so bold the final message that there's hope out there iran net. But but i i think my biggest message is this that this this might sound philosophical or deep or whatever but can you imagine that back in before this country was four and these guys were running around in the cubs of new ing. And they said you know we're tired of what's going on over there in england we're tired of intel how to worship how to write what we have to do and they banded together and they actually overseer of government and then. Here's the kicker to me when they set up obviously we all know about the three branches ago. They set up a fourth racing in which was the free press and said even even we who for this government can get corrupt so we need somebody to watch it and they set that up. And that's why we're here today. That's why we get postal rates. The way we do still to this day because of how they set that stuff up and we can deliver the news to the public. I don't know that there's a greater calling again that's philosophical hct i. It's the foundation of this country. That i cannot in any way shape size top. That because you're now it's exactly how we feel it in. And i want you to know that there is hope because i'm interviewing more and more local people who are taking over these brands and that's what they're saying to me. No they're not making fifty percents margins like the good old days. You know what i mean but it's it's a comfortable living. It's a good. It's a good career on hard. You you you you stated in the book you do not you're not pollyanna at all. It's hard but play. it's rewarding. I mean really really really is warning. What's that expression i. I know i'm doing a good job. It when i'm standing in a line and the person in front of me likes me and the person behind me eights me but i know i'm doing a bad job. If neither of them have ever heard of my newspapers so that's exactly right. Mike i real editor told me you piss out once a week. You're not doing your job. He was a ninety year old man that make them think okay. The book is called thirty. Obviously the author. Greg little if someone wants to get the book whereas it right now is it on. Amazon is on a bunch of sites. It's on amazon right now. I'm in the process of getting a website right now and i don't have it yet a to it on the page. Don't you worry it'll be. We'll have a link to the book on the page that this podcast of choose me. Vodka cast been corrected. Many times be heard on and we would like possibly to check in with you again sir and see how things are going and keep in touch with us and let us know if you do expand the nicole and greg little Publishing empire to come back to see or people now me but lighten on these national shows shows and gives us perspective. You know what. It's like to discuss these. I think it just gets lost in our national people in out here. They don't care about the filibuster they lead they rotate happy back anytime. All news is local and finally. What is your email address if wants to get a hold of you sir. S more real easy to grade g. r. e. at mariposa that dot com our ipo essay. Mariposa gazette thanks for your time. Thanks for your book shit. I will likely send you an email and give you final thoughts but right now i'm loving it and you stay well and give my best your web nicole. I appreciate it.

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08:17 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Knocks on editors door and says song right. It used to be. Hey this advertiser is opening a new restaurant. Maybe it'd be a good feature right right now. It's not not not. Hey we're getting ready to close a deal on a ten thousand dollar a month contract. Let's say big one bride. Unfortunately we wrote to newspaper articles at one point about them. Failing they're a restaurant report card k bell. Sign as long as you take those goes down. I never thought of it that way see. I was tons of a competing business coming along five years from now. Saying what that advertiser said what's ally it was wrong. They're not number one in this. They aren't they aren't that and suddenly you know lawyers. They would go nuts on that kind of. Oh you're now you're bringing up the other issue. Can you say to the newsroom. Remove the past because my advertisers pissed direct. And you think about how hard up for revenue out. That's a hard one especially. Maybe it's not your ad person that comes maybe it's your publisher and so now these are the types of new lines of editorial influence and potential corruption will go that far to say that we're at can conceive into our newsrooms especially of we don't start really thinking about how this affects not just individuals because a lot of people. 'specially editors that are just focused on their community. Paper think about this as individuals who need a fresh start that kind of thing. what about when. It's the mayor's office. what about win. It is your must major advertisers. Would if it's the biggest health care you know organization in your town. These are going to come from all types of entities not just individuals and and one of the things out. Go back to you. But one of the pieces of data. I'll give you. I conducted last year a survey thirteen hundred and fifty. Us adults nationwide is only widespread Survey that's been done at the public. We haven't really heard what the public thinks. We've heard a lot about what news organizations think. Now kathy in that research as as have off And you'd be surprised at what the public expects for example This is where it gets crazy. An individual asks for something to be taken down right one at the the pieces. One of the questions. That i asked people is. Would you expect to find a news article from ten years ago about a crime that an individual private individual right Committed but now they're running for public office ear slater seventy nine percent of respondents. Said they would expect to find that. Article Aweso eighty one percent believe that news organizations ought to be following a set of standard guidance. So right win win. Removing or altering things from their archives. So you can see how all of this get so mashed up again. We're worried about individuals getting over their lives now. But we don't know the future value of information and that's one of the terms that i'm really trying to push now. Let's don't think about this. Is it newsworthy today. let's think about it. It's not a question of would you publish it today. It's a question of does the information have value. But you think about it. It goes beyond the printed word in today's world. You've got these echo chambers of cable systems. Now where anchors are doing straight opinion you know and they're ranting and raving on something and you know and i'm not picking sides here i would say scarborough and brian kilmeade. You know both of those warning show on opposite sides of the spectrum but what they sometimes say as journalists. I mean at least an newspaper environment. We're supposed to say this is aditorial. And this is opinion right. That's one of the reasons. I love the the this one microcosm or whatever part of the industry. It's getting crazy out there because that's not lives forever. Well in 'em we can be careful to my That we're saying like this is a print problem. It's a digital problem. it's also a print. Problem does so many organizations now place. Their print product online that comes digital product in including a lot of organizations. Now we're going back and digitizing their archives from decades ago and putting those online think about this win some money. Would somebody asked you to remove content. Let's say you. You agree to do that right and you tell them. This is one of the problems with its taken down. That content also ran in your print newspaper. Are you going to go. Put a black box over the content in pdf. That's online but you. It gets worse than that. I don't own my my archives. Correct tied didn't inherit the tubes when we did the purchase. I didn't think of and they got lost because to companies went bankrupt. That's how they wound up over someplace in california. He owns that content. Now and i got. I got eighty years of this stuff. I mean i own. I own the last fifteen on my website but all the stuff before that. I can't do anything to come after me yet. That's a great point. And actually rj another group at reynolds journalism institute just just published a fantastic report about digital archiving of news content and they talked to like over a hundred people in news organizations about it. And i'll tell you you touch on something really critical. The first thing. I now ask people who come to me for for guidance on this is i. Ask them argue. Are you archiving. Every bit of your digital content one hundred percent of your digital content and to a one nobody says yes so my question becomes. How do you stand on that. Moral high ground of we are the first draft of history which you will read in a lot of an publishing policies and we don't believe in altering the news archive however what they don't say is our organization and it's not the newsroom. Necessarily our organization is putting no power your resources into archiving matt content so those two things are are at one hundred percent off they are just. That's that's the oxymoron on kathy you've been silent. Let's bring this to the ground. This conversation could go on for hours. This is fascinating because it's just something we're so busy right now just trying to survive and get through a pandemic and get journalism out and keep our audiences that we put on the internet. Ten years ago kathy. The what you have doing here together and it's not just you in there's a there's a number of people involved in this is you're putting together or trying to i guess a couple together standards. Am i right. Kathy i we can all go to. So how does that work logistically. Well you know. I think that first of all it's worth noting that the news industry overall has grappled with this for at least fourteen years now in through that time. Individual news organizations Industry organizations have looked at it. And we still don't have a set of consistent transparent standards standards that we can say to the communities this this is what it needs within my own organization endorsed the public editor of the five daily newspapers. We also torstar also owns eighty community newspapers. We had dissension within our own. Ranks community newspaper. Said you know this is how we wanna do. The daily said note. This is this is what our our policy says that we do. So you know that was a microcosm of why. The industry has grappled with this for so long. It is complex For for every point..

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"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Year And we had the you know unfortunately made a decision to shut down the journal and Another weekly in saint lawrence in one in southern jefferson county are just based on the numbers and readership with the with the hope in the belief that the reader would pick up our daily and and continue that and we wanted to make the watertown daily times the hero of the north country and encourage all the readers that we're used to getting this week ways to to get the daily paper. Well you know. We clicked quickly. Found that that wasn't really the case. Our readership numbers for the watertown. Daily times stayed relatively flat in inaugurals berg and we lost audience of readers. Ogdensburg is a is a small city. It's a it's a city that on hard times and it's a city that's it's easy to overlook or think that there's nothing going on there A lot. There's been a lot going on there. It's a very hot political city We've had daily coverage of bites between the city and the and the fire union and all sorts of things lately But as we started this year we were talking about ideas to grow circulation. That's now we're we're working on a on a growth strategy. We have to grow businesses. the don't grow. Go away So the the discussion started late last year with the gary valid vice president and i about you know what we can do this year how we can get some of those readers back and we kicked around the idea of maybe a quarterly Something that long term there you know. Let narrative writing but we really came to the realization after conversations with both businesses in the area and former employees of ours in another community stakeholders that the community wanted that title back. The islands burke journal the journal And so we. We put wheels in motion and is there a website of any kind. Still churning out content or did it just completely totally debris just go dark but the Totally went dark and folded into our at the same time. We made all these changes in northern. New york took the brands away from her individual newspaper websites in the north country and launched ny three sixty which is a a. You know a multi county in news website. It's bed by times. And all the weeklies up in the area similar to what sean did with their weekly products around tom. Sean shaw media Chicago just for those. That didn't listen to the podcast. We recorded two weeks ago with tom. Shaw they made a one parent news operation where they fed it all in digitally went to that website. You also launched verticals there as well for the region. You have a cars homes and jobs. Vertical to right. Yes yes those all existed before that that website but we follow them in. And you know were you. Gd dot com. I believe that's now overhead garage door company that at the website. They were very interested in that three letter. Domains that we happily sold it to them after after close But now it's so you know. Our conversations with with people have been his birthday wanted a newspaper in and we felt we were the best decision to to give it to them We we've hired a hired back a couple couple of pros helping knows. Yeah yeah and you know. The the political climate in noggin for actually worked out to our benefit because matt was city employees that that lost his job during the recession. And when i asked around to a former editor who do you think should help us. His name came up first. And you happily back cure cure. Oslo career tolo toe. And then you also bragged your press release about shea. Correct the yes. Yeah dave shea is been here for a long time and you know he had forty years reporting and you didn't didn't put down his notebook one. When the paper went away he started his own website and continued serving the town. So you have the advantage of too good names that gave street cred to the brand you're already feeding regional news into a global regional site on global but what use what you said earlier now applies print is your focus and the town itself was craving that product again the and this we hear this and other communities where they're launch that where the local citizenry the the business community's begging to have that newspaper back and you gave it to them how did you. I'm sorry going. How did we do better. Why what did do just suddenly stapleton. You'd better you'd better frigging advertise with me or i won't do it. I mean how. How did you make the numbers work that you're going to bring this puppy back well. hasn't succeeded yet to hear. So i i. I wanna presumptive to say that. It's going to work. But i think that i'm confident that through informal conversations that we've had for advertisers that want to reach readers in the city in towns around ogdensburg. That didn't want to support our watertown times because we are seen as the ones that we you know. We were the ones that closed down where newspaper there's animosity By bringing back this title. I think that it will encourage people to to advertise locally also to one thing to think about about our region the north huge right so it takes. It takes long to drive from here to messina almost as it does the batavia even though it's only sixty miles is a two lane road straffic. Attractors it's up. It's a long way so in that same way. Advertisers from saint lawrence. County aren't necessarily interested in reaching people in watertown. Because we're not going to drive sixty miles to buy a pair of sneakers over whatever we have to at. They have to advertise We have a a an insert section. Kobe advance which was part of the journal that runs on. It ran on sundays for few years. We added publication on thursday. So the saint. Louis county advertisers had a at a county specific obligation to advertise ended and we started at just four pages. Now it's almost six pages full of ads and it's all very local advertising. You know they don't. They're not interested in reaching people in our far reaches so by by by the journal will give that opportunity for right that That circle of advertisers where larger people may will still use the times down in our us wego county. We have us. We'll news shopper out. There that Is berry hyper local and full of advertising as well and it's it's it's it's all it's all the print is what's been driving the driving the revenue to the question surviving. The pandemic came down to two things. One was circulation revenue and the second was the paycheck protection program. Those those are the two things that that helps get through so now you're going to launch a print edition in town. You've found two really strong names. A sports guy in an editor that the town will look to so the content will have some street cred. Of course you have. Regional writers civil contribute to it as well. What about the sales machine there. What are you gonna do. You gonna open up a sales office there. You're gonna have your sellers cover the market. It's a six. I did have google map. It's seventy miles from your where.

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"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

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"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

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"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Please subscribe to the podcast channel. You're listening to right now. Subscribe to us. And if you're on youtube please go to the bottom of the screen right now. Like that subscribe button. Hit the bell next to it and you'll be alerted each and every time we post a new segment marijuana cannabis is it something. We should be reporting moron and is it a good revenue stream for news publisher. Well if you ask berl schwartz and kyle convincing the publisher and editor in chief of lansing michigan city. Their answer would be you betcha. Because i was just two years ago that the state of michigan did allow recreational use of marijuana and right now it is a huge revenue center for the alternative weekly of lansing and becoming a big part of the editorial commitment as well. So let's talk canucks on the editorial side and business side as we traveled a lansing michigan as i go onto with the publisher and editor in chief of the lansing city. Cayo borough welcome. It's an honor to talk to you guys way up in freezing cold lansing from down here in beautiful warm tamp. How i'm kidding. Been bit before we discuss our topic for me has been okay before we get into our topic. I really want to get into is how you guys are building audience and working in revenue with candid this. I i like to get you to quickly. Maybe burrow you're the owner and publisher of city pulse lansing michigan. You're an alternative weekly correction. We are a how many years on august twenty in august circulation. Sir if may ask well. The a print circulation bounced back from a wo- hammed glow of seventy eight hundred. Thirteen thousand and the web. Traffic is the all right. That's pretty cool. How did you get through covert. I know it's hard for an alternative especially since most distribution points were venues and those venues were kind of shut down for a while advertising base. All that and more of you guys doing okay. You sing announced now absolutely last march and april. I would've said hey it's over retired good slow. Because i won't have a job. Blanks terrific salesmanship. Come may and turned it around with on e we actually ended up very positive was going into the new year. Congratulations that's wonderful. How many pages was your last issue. If i may thirty two i o you are the editor in chief of an alternative weekly in lansing michigan. So i assume you support donald trump. You lean very far to the right amount. Just kidding where most if not all except for one alternative. I know of leans more politically to the left of my assuming. That's where you guys are winning your editorial and your and your slant leave a little bit of rap way not the lansing. Pimpri us or anything like that okay. Are you positioned in the market against the daily. I mean would. Are they more center. Would you say or what is your. What is your your niche news coverage to bring balanced govern climbing our tagline labor. For the rest of us. We try to pick up stories that maybe they lease and other. Tv's aid might not pay much attention to and it'll longer investigative pieces or things that people are theme so much attention to that. Maybe they should give me one store you've done in the past few months that just went through the roof with website traffic and got you tongues of interaction with their audience. Give give give us an idea of what really resonated with the city pulse reader. I'm need even election coverage right now. We have Through may oral. Who are accused of Some sexual harassment allegations and some discrimination allegation. We broke seven proponents of that. So we've been keeping busy look bad and heavenly dryer. Advocates we head into a nasty elections. Here let's talk about the before we get into cannabis which is a fun topic. I'd lansing michigan. The capital of michigan governor. That has definitely been in the news lately and was in the news for the last four years. you've had some interesting insurrections if i may use that term people storming your capitol building or what have you. How are you covering that. What's it like there. What is the what is the press culture like in lansing. We have a columnist weekly for on state matters and he's pretty straightforward reporter able to do some interpretation. Get a really interesting column gretchen. Whitmer this actually. She's getting very hard time right now from the white house and things down again because new york times sixteen of the top seven worst communities cases are in michigan writes she. She's up for election that she is now approach now even republican for liberal democrat. Which is you gotta take responsibility for yourself. you know. we can't shut things down for herber music to the ears. Republicans but the broncos columnists made in his last column is. She's on harpist. Hugh that you can't go back at a certain point in clean down especially in the state that has a real shutdown krueger e long time until recently he contends the solution is more. Vaccinations biden says perhaps giving anymore maxine. You gotta shut things down. So her problem at the moment is not with all republicans with their own party. Really what's she's she's pivoted in a way to the center in your opinion borough since you are embedded in the in the in the state and the publishing community and most probably a bouvard shaker in that town was at the right political. Move for her. Can i get you on record for that or the long run to do. I think what we're seeing and the bottom line column is gonna look pretty good overall national. What's going on right now with kobe. Not great but it is not. Nearly as bad as it was your. She did shut everything. Down very rulli. I think she's out pretty well against the neat republican. We see on the horizon. How pulling right now at the time of this well the importantly signing her approval rating stole about fifty percent. Yup can't take that. Let's talk pot. Let's talk cannabis kyle. What's the history. You're very good. That's okay full disclosure. I go way back with burl. Because i have consulted your your newspaper ads. Belinda group the company. I still own and work and still have a clients i consult. Been up there. Love your operation. You're always gracious host sir But i subscribe to your newsletter and it comes in. You know when you got. Because i do. I subscribed all my client newsletters. You've been going full bore pot kyle lately every email. I'm getting so. That's what i thought you guys out cop before we get into what you're currently doing. What's the history of cannabis in michigan. And.

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"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"editor" Discussed on "E & P Reports" from Editor & Publisher Magazine

"Will yeah. I think some of the publications were hearing from you. Know our tool because you fill out the the has to fill out their name. Their no a phone number is is optional but strongly urge and they have to explain. What was the issue in the story that they wanna talk about If it's a factual error what's the proposed. Rewording what's evidence to back up their Their feedback so we're actually asking them to do a little bit of work and we're showing that we wanna hear thoroughly from them. And so i think it's a higher quality feedback you know from a reader and with potential to one of the dangers. I think of comments also is that you know if readers were criticizing an article or pointing out a factual issue there in the comments. Boom you gotta have staff reading sometimes hundreds of comments or comments to find that in its publicly damaging your brand whereas our tool when a reader fills out a request to fix something in an article whether it's just a typo or or something more serious it goes into our database in the editor. See it right in. The editors can choose if they want to. You know we suggested it's good to show how you made a correction to note on an article but the entrance can determine how best to do that in a way that builds trust in the brand doesn't damage the brand or create a toxic environment for the readers. So i have two questions for you i. Once they fill out the form. What happens to it. Just go to the editor you have algorithms or some central clearing house for this where you apply it with other sites to do metrics that you'll do reports on what happens to this stuff that the reader tells the editorial team and how does your thing what does do with that content right right. So basically there's two parts of the product. One is the button. We installed at the reader clicks on interest information. After they do that mike. The reader gets an immediate email from your brand like dear so and so thanks for reading. Editor publisher received you. We we've heard you received your feedback will be looking into this and back to you within one week or whatever the targeted set. And there's your logo so you're getting immediate thank you to the reader for engaging and then on your end so that's automated that i email and then on your end we have you get you can choose a slack message or an email from us saying hey a new correction of classes arrived. You had that open on your screen or you click into our dashboard. You can get to their from our website or bookmark your you know but market tool but you have your own log in you go to our site where all these correction requests are coming in and you know. The dashboard looks very nice. It's like Kind of an email type interface. We've got analytics in. So all of the the The feedback that's flowing into this system. You can visualize some of the data like locations of your corrections which stores are getting the most corrections etc and an anyway so then on the left rail which i could even call up in show if you wanna see on this video but Anyways on the left real you have these corrections flowing in you can sort them by those types you can like i like to see it religion unplug. I'd like to see the factual typos. Factual errors first and then look at the context Complaints later clouds of conflicts typo in three seconds. And you can't do much. I get it right so it's all there. It's all archived on our platform for you and And then basically the way you're able to then If you get ten on one topic you one article that you get here. Ten publishers. honor ten readers. We have a way that you can those together in address that group as you know with one thoughtful email and click a button in a nice professional email goes out to all of them telling Accepted your request. And here's why we've rejected it and the bottom of these emails. You can tell people you know. Sign up for if you don't get us our email already sign up here. Here's our twitter channel or thank you for your feedback. We've you're helping. Keep us accurate. Here's a gift card. You know you could use it as a reward mechanism or engagement tool those emails that go out as well and i'll give you one example. Have religion unplugged when Joe biden was elected last fall. We i got. I think five or ten correction requests on an article that my colleague clemente lisi wrote. He wrote a piece analyzing how joe biden will be the second or is the second catholic president after jfk and kind of was an analytical piece in. So i had several readers who are writing. I guess they were from conservative catholic backgrounds. Writing to say you know. Joe biden is not catholic even though he says he is because he actually if you poke encyclicals or mb he wasn't elected hasn't been proven in. So i had to write. I wanted to write a thoughtful email to them. But i did that. All at once and send it to all of them and just said you know i was able to. I think thoughtfully expressed why we stood by the peace and didn't say anything wrong with it and why this xyz evidences in society is why we're Y y this is accurate. I didn't back from those readers. But i think that that kind of approach is what we need in our society right now. Okay now can that editor. While he's in that back end interface. Publish any of those on the bottom of the story or is this is all for one one behind the scenes. Do you offer that as an option right great question so right now. It's behind the scenes partly because this tool is still early and we didn't want to aid. We don't want to take authority over any publishers as to how they service corrections on their website. Shor ather we were. We work with trusting news We also build the trust project in her back. They like our tool in what it's doing so we want to probably release recommendations for how we suggest. Publishers like what best practices are to surface a correction on on your site. But we wanna be careful that our tool doesn't just do that because we re re realized different publishers. Different methods in you know and we want to give them as much freedom as possible. We want to solve the universal problem as As as as as best we can hear but not a go beyond it. So we're taking a. We're we're thinking of obviously the corrections process. You're hitting on something interesting. Which is like. I think we're we're we're hitting the center of it but there's clearly like the issues that were not yet addressing that i would like to as we go along to build a more complete and whole product is address. The front end is we are creating a funnel for people to comment on each article as the way they kind of share stuff on social right. We're not making them. Were eliminated the issue having them. Search all of your website to figure out who to contact to complain right of cour- or just going to the journalist of the journalist is listed there so we're kinda we're we're we're also. I think maybe helping to limit people talking about mistakes on social media. The newsroom might not see it. That had that is my fourth question because Okay that's that's what you really are doing it. People aren't gonna scream and complain which happens to us. All the time there's a group of of neiman people will. I don't wanna say take that out. Everybody forget i but there's a group every time they don't like something we say they all start tweeting about it and they're all the same and they have this and i liked it because we just get more site traffic from it. I said the opposite of love right okay. But you didn't answer my other question are you. Are you collecting this data. Back end anywhere you can put out reports on. What's getting the most correction. Were the most disagreements or i mean is there any. Is there any report in.

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