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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:26 min | Last month

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"And i think everybody listen Knows what happens with to zoom shortly thereafter fired by the new yorker not fired by cnn as their chief legal analyst and then yesterday has we discussed with emily rooney. A little bit earlier today He does an interview on camera with allison colorado. He's back philipson a little bit and we'll certainly this was a i think Something's caused mixed reviews or caused mixed reaction among viewers. I heard from a lot of viewers. Who said i missed a tube in their gladis back. I heard from a a smaller. I guess a smaller. I've been viewers. Who were bothered by it or unsure. If they want to see him back on television. I think ultimately it comes down to. What toobin sensuality cammarata. And the interview. He was quite you know transparent about what went wrong. What went down. And he said the following he said. I want to become the kind of person The people can trust again. I think that's the most important thing he's gotta earn back people's trust and we'll see if he can do that or not. Well you know. This is a great analogy. Not the same kind of thing was about no pants on something and other ones about making up stuff. That didn't happen. But brian williams was the anchor. Longtime anchor and nbc. And then he got in trouble for saying he saw things he didn't bodies floating in katrina that sort of thing. Now he's gotten eleven o'clock show and msnbc. It's late in the evening. But you see why he was on the anchor of nbc for a really talented guy. And i don't know what his ratings aren't but he's gonna find show. I mean. his ratings are strong there. he has a fan base. And off of this is about bad. It's about you know who the people want to see who they want to hear from. I think the biggest freak. I've heard about two. Ben is well looked at these white guy who always get second chances. What about everyone else on to say you're right. It should be uniform You know your you know. Let's let's make sure that there's a level playing field for everybody but that doesn't negate the value of second chances. We're in the midst of this long running battle about cancel culture and you hear about that on almost day. Cancel culture you. That term can mean lots of different things. And i don't want to get into the all the definitions of it but cancel. Culture is kind of the opposite. Can chances right. And i don't know about you all but i want my kids to grow up in a world. Where second chances yeah. Yeah so do i brian. The other thing it's been in the news. This story is so frightening to me. I worry it hasn't gotten nearly enough play. A can you describe the people this whole gag. Order thing with cnn the justice department and barbara starr has your pentagon person for years. Can you give us a short version of what was finally allowed to be told by your chief legal counsel. Yeah this is. This is appalling and there will be fallout the department as a result in the trump doj. A trump doj gagged. Cnn's top lawyer. Meaning he was silenced. He could not talk to his colleagues about this leak investigation that had ensnared. cnn's barbara starr. So the government went snooping for barbara starr's email and phone records. They really really wanted to figure out who. She was talking to. Some leak investigation..

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Attorney ron appreciate. That'd be great. Thanks so much. Rachel is a suffolk county. to attorney. thanks again for joining us. Coming up emily rooney gonna ask her about the mess in the boston. Police department and a bunch of other staff including her famous list of assertions. Aggravations fulminations fixations. And when leonis with us right after the news listened to eight nine seven. Gbh boston public radio. I had on boston public radio sue. O'connell joins us to discuss for fall from grace a bill gates then. Google says it's creating a more inclusive smartphone cameras more accurately thick skin tones making changes to close bring out natural. Tones company also says promote one to oblige flagging gender terms and promoting alternatives tech writer. Eneco joins us rock indianapolis woman to starting low appraisals for a home. She was trying to refinance so she had a white friend stand-in and the appraisal doubled for conclusion..

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:55 min | 8 months ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Jim rowdy Margaritas day off. She and i will both be on monday. And jared bone executive arts editor at wpf's gbh. Forget that w Is logan jared again engine so emily rooney is here to emily. Rooney the mentor. Of course bonas we know is here for famous death of fixations and fulminations more emily's the host to beat the press which you can catch friday nights at seven o'clock right here on gbh to hello. Emily ruining good afternoon. Jared and gm is he your. Is it your most prominent mint. Because then i ever accomplish more than this amazing. I'd say he is. I'd say he comes a field jersey. Real success story jared immediately. I was consumed with jealousy. Thank you wait. Who else did she mentor. She was houston mentoring around on being a few people couple of women in channel five. I choose not to discuss that. I i'd like to think i'm the only one so emily. Let's start talking about the the president We know we'll be leaving the white house but we just don't know which house he's going to. What's i know. Well if there's really kind of interesting this whole thing about mar-a-lago because i knew it was a club but i didn't know that the town had put all these regulations into place which president trump signed signed before he was president in nineteen ninety-three. Because saying that you can only stay in the club for a total of twenty one days a year even if you're a member and no more than seven consecutive days in a row And by the way they have to take the helicopter port out after he is president. Because that was part of the agreement to that there wouldn't be A heliport and then apparently Trump also signed this He you know this Rights to the national treasury for historic preservation. Basically saying you know that He wouldn't develop it into anything other than what it is now and also creates all kinds of secret service problems of the town and it kind of smug letter is kinda funny. Said i'm nice properties for sale in palm beach and i'm sure you'll be able to find out an affordable one so mar-a-lago that it's the area where it is..

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:04 min | 9 months ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"For another i think masterpass thanks for doing great great to talk to you and Did oh congratulations fred. Weisman's latest documentary is titled city hall is as we said a sprawling. Look at boston city government. And i think you'll come away rather uplifted about the people that work in boston. Usa made such a great point. We spent so much time. Trashing everything the government does. It's a celebration of as i say the most mundane but critical work that affects us. You know every out of our lives. It's beautiful and and for those who only go to boston city hall the pay parking tickets. You'll get much more expansive view of what goes on in boston. City hall anyway coming up. We're gonna take with emily rooney from beat the press. She's here for her famous list of assert assertions and assignations etc etc. Keep your down. Eighty nine seven gmbh public radio ahead on boston public radio and a few minutes. We'll get emily. Rooney's thoughts on how the press will cover trump post-trump then. He started his presidency with a descent down. A golden escalator will end with a press conference. That'll landscaping company on saturday. The campaign initially announced the presser with trump's team employers forces odell but a garbage game of telephone lead giuliani and others to the four seasons landscaping company outside philly new between the crematorium and a sex shop just a few minutes callie. Crossley discuss this and other election audit last week. New jersey released two thousand inmates over concerns of covid nineteen spreading in prisons.

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"The host of course of beat the press which you can catch friday nights. Seven o'clock right here on. Gbh too good morning. Emily rooney that caller It was kind of interesting. And i. I know where he was going out with that. That you know kentucky. High school thing when the confrontational there. But that was the cnn thing we talked about. Someone called yesterday another caller about that. Yeah but you know that was a screw up it what it was. Unseated acknowledged exact. Yeah so. I having made a few scripts myself for years. I would say you know if you goof up. Yeah then you try to fix it With a native american thing yeah yes But he was talking about. I think the guys was kovalevsky. The disabled resort that in fact the president said that it was taken out of context. But but that's i think jamie and he's going to call back later but i think that's example of of trump's supporters believe with the president when the president is lying makes me they don't even believe what the president says. Here's what he said before he mocked kovalevsky. Now the poor guy. You ought to see this guy. I don't remember what i said. I don't remember and that's when he made the motions mocking him. So jamie back in last hour always tried to revise history right and he went later. Went on to deny over and over again and said didn't even know we had a handicap race. So emily let's talk about. You know something. Just one quick aside. I think we know this because we see this in our families and our fans people citing back to you stuff and you have to say no. It's not true. Where did you get that information. Where did you find that. What's the source. And i understand it because people that aren't you know we've gone internet. Yeah i mean. I've been a report on my life so it's easier for me than somebody else. But anyway i'm off topic. So let's let's talk about the when the president. I came on last night and even election. I how the networks election it was already in the morning Last night. I was really really distressed because i was watching the network news and he can't move biden had spoken earlier and he was waiting for the network news to start and and he went for seventeen minutes. I thought they stayed on it even too long. So nbc cbs house flipping around cut away the cables all stuck with it for all seventeen minutes and then came back and did their analysis and said that there was not a single fact. Not msnbc and cnn state. That but i thought the network stay too long. I was screaming at the tv. I i just couldn't believe that they weren't to and they didn't even put a crawl up like this is not true or nothing and then they did come back and say stuff but it made me really uncomfortable. I thought the and what happened on Early wednesday morning was similar. Nbc cut away. A couple of this conroy. Couple others i mean nor donald said something castrating. She was made no sense to me what she was saying but at least they they said that no one had called the race and he can't he can't call it for them by the way we have a little sound from the three cable..

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:15 min | 10 months ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Was he recording it for so-called archival purposes to begin with? Was this his plan all along, just a couple minutes Emily Rooney joins us for take on this show also bring us all really here for her famous list of fixations inflammation, and then it's a trip to Salem. Massachussetts look at what the historian feared. The Salem witch trials can tell us about today's are of anxiety and unrest Jared Bowen in from our dragon another wave of corona virus infections has humanitarian experts projecting that hundreds of millions will face food shortages, food writer, Corby Kummer joins us to talk about that. We'll also address something that last night's presidential debate failed to how would joe and Jill Biden change the menu at sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue. That's next on Boston public. Radio. Our number two Boston public radio mergers off today she returns on Monday Jared Bowen Executive Arts editor achieve each sitting in. Hello again jared. Hello Again Jim owned by the way I, am Jim Brown forgot that part now joining us is Emily Rooney Legendary, mentor of Jared Bowen here for famous list of fixations and fulminations and more emily's host to beat the press which you can catch Friday nights at seven o'clock right here on Gbh to good afternoon there emily afternoons today I'm doing it by zoom which I just find so weird but here I am sounds Your different studios today, we are in different studios, the control room looking at three of my colleagues. They are all reality by plexiglass. No Shepherd Plexiglas and people are being really careful is very weird or does it not but it's very weird scary good to talk to and I'm coming to you from this little six inch by six. Studio. I know. Usually in that one. Wash it down when you leave some usually in that one, well, I'll probably be because pass out because. Six inches by six inches anyway. So, let's talk about sixty minutes in in happened this week with with Lesley. STAHL which I think this is evolved maybe evolved as a wrong term it wasn't fairly described the first time. We I think at least I was left with this impression that the president didn't like the way. The interview was going with Leslie Salt Stall and stormed out in and it doesn't seem like quite went down that way. So what are You, cut it off. So I mean, sixty minutes, every air the you're the you're election time they do the walk and talk to sit down and then the walk and talk with the President and the vice president, and then the two of them together, and so Leslie Stahl and her team had this whole thing set up and they recorded it earlier in the week thirty seven and a half thirty, eight minutes.

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

02:11 min | 10 months ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"And thanks for being briefly appreciate. Okay. Thank you very much up next C. Span? Steve scully is sullied trump feels vindicated by other example of the crooked media and Samantha Guthrie of NBC's Today Show. My for my money. Anyway knocked out of the park last night. But I talked to Emily Rooney about that more plus her famous list of assertions and assignations, fulminations, fixations, et Cetera et Cetera and labor is with us next on eighty nine, seven Gbh Boston public radio. A few minutes it's emily ruining. Police. Union. pushback to reform and her infamous list. Then in the nineteen ninety s Amy County. Barrick Clark. For Antonin Scalia the very same time you professor j Wexler Bud route. With Barrett all but confirm to replace Ginsburg McCormack will speak with Wexler about the final tribute Ginsberg's hundred twenty clerks paid her. Confirmation hearings for his former Skoda's Collie itself when confronted with the Senate's inability to pass more virus relief during a debate with his Democratic rival aiming graphic Senator Mitch McConnell didn't respond with policy. He just laughed in fact, multiple times during the debate he laughed off questions instead of answering them Gbh CALICO. Rossi will join us to discuss the Kentucky, Senate race and more election news ahead on Boston public radio it united seven GP H. You're listening to this hour number, two of both public.

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"emily rooney" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

02:45 min | 10 months ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"That. I was in kindergarten. And because there was a teacher going, it was on on all the school. Did you see it happen relief? Oh my God susie what was that like? Well, ads they showed in the Docu series there was some confusion when you're watching it. It's not like it's obvious now because we know what happened. But at the time, it was sort of like because it does break apart a little bit. Hardware it. There's a moment where something breaks off and then the rocket continues or whatever. And so I think everyone was sort of like wait and then you thought well, they are trained for this even their wives and kids thought well, they're trained for this. They'll find them in the ocean or whatever, and they'll get out of the capsule. So it was over time that we realized like. They probably aren't gonNA survive. They're definitely not going to survive. There's no chance anyone could ever so so. And then I remember people in kindergarten saying like I found something in my backyard I. Think it was from the explosion. Obviously it wasn't. But that's where kids heads were yet all the debris and Yeah Oh my God. Oh it's just such a sad thing and I get why we go in on these missions but right it's a sad and they wanted people to think it's like commercial air travel but it's so not so not. Even. Even write Emily Rooney too serious wind out like quits boozy bites or some might guide. Yeah. Let's wind down sometimes he bites Worn down for good. We learned about lead press on nails yeah. We learned that we should not go up to space. We learned about the Danes and their TV show with Nudity Yup, which we fully embraced. By would both be willing participants? We learned why you should not litter in Thailand definitely not and about some creepy old. Pathologist. WHO LOVED DEAD CHICKS I think morale. Them We learned that Sarah doesn't binoculars. To, go practice in the mirror. The problem is like I have to make sure I'm the right word. Because you know it'll be. Wrong I've said it so many times that now when you write a word a million times. Yeah, which it is that's. That's for me to worry about not you guys. You. Stay relaxed and. Stay Yourself. How He?.

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:56 min | 11 months ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Appreciate you. Joining US and congratulations on the book. US. Thank you. Senator Chris Murphy is a Democrat from Connecticut. The book we just discussed called the violence inside us a brief history of an ongoing American tragedy. Up Next Emily Rooney is here for her famous list of Nations fixations keep your down nine seventy be H..

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

12:16 min | 2 years ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Herald radio John's have Chetty Christian Burgoyne once again this morning. I thought about you. Thank you. Now someone's thinking about it. So I I wonder sometimes whether I should share these things because these are I mean, especially early morning thoughts. Those can be like those are the real like private thoughts. So I'm scraping the frost off my car. And I don't even know how my mind got here there. But I was thinking about it could have been morning show stuff because I thought about Ron gorgeous. And I did not realize how close you guys were until you told until we had this Kirk many and discussion, I really didn't know that and. And it's so changes things. I mean, you know, whatever everybody faces ups and downs in their career and stuff like that. And I'll be honest, you know, as a political reporter. You know, the situation was was it was definitely a tough one for the paper. But that's as far as it went for me. Just because I didn't have been connection. And although you and I have worked together for very long time, or at least in the same sort of sphere. I didn't really know how how close you guys were we still are we still? We'll get together and runs the one guy that's older than me. So I can kind of be the young guy when we have our conversations. But bronze great, I think he's a great reporter great writer, so many connections to the NFL into boxing. He's a member of both. Voting wings for those hall of fame. And when I got back in this business about seven eight years ago, he kind of just embraced me. We hit it off. That's all it really was. And that's great. And it's just we kind of looked at the world somewhat similar in both kind of cynical and contrarians which is interesting because it's always in a time. And he he was be the person that would still ask questions about the patriots. And you can't you cover a team from this long period of time like Ron did or even just doing radio about it. And they've been so successful. But still really you can't just be a cheerleader about this. You kind of have to dig deeper and maybe bring up points of why they lost this game. Or if this was a bad draft choice, a bad trade, whatever may be. So he he was never afraid about being the guy that was, you know, targeted. I don't think he always liked it. There are some people that that are very comfortable wearing the black hat, and they'll probably gets tiring after a while, especially if it starts the impact your family. You got a young son. Someone in school is saying something to Amalia dad's report card and the herald today about the patriots was in good or what would happen. Right, right. Yeah. That does impact it but runs a good guy and a good friend. He's always been there to help me out, which is which is, you know, I'm I'm very loyal to friends, especially when we've been able to help each other out, and I think that that's still should remain. I think part of it the the story that's kind of interesting Hillary's we talked about yesterday. Yeah. Is that many hands now going to be doing his own thing on radio dot com? And he's the one that actually brought mutt. Into the show. Okay. Mutt? Went through some tough times. I think about fifteen months ago thereabouts. Maybe a little bit longer where he had a DUI and a lot of stations. Probably would have ran away from mud and minivans stood up for him. And then became a pretty big part of the morning show. But was doing the evening show, which he hated merloni button, merloni that didn't work out and then got moved two nights. And then he was doing pre and post game for the Red Sox, which she wasn't crazy about because essentially do the pre game show, you sit watch the game and then to the post game show, and it can be very laborious. And there's a lot of weekends involved in in. It's it's not a demotion. But it's it's it is it's not as good as hosting a show in drivetime midday or so, but. Kirk really is best friends with and he went to bat for him remains, a w and essentially was become the third wheel and that show, and now that many hands gone much still remains on the show. And I think that many hand kind of feels slighted by that. But the only thing about that is, you know, much got a family. I think he has two maybe three kids, and he's gonna have to put food on the table as well. He can't be all loyal to Kirkman. Hanan say if kirks not here, I'm not here. I'm going to go away. I mean, we're not in high school anymore. Got nice coats. And he doesn't come from the wealthy. Does. Exactly. So he's he's in a position now where he's hosting Gerry. Callahan in the morning. So I can kind of interesting where we're going with this. But not everybody's in the same situation where they can say oh damn that company. I'm going to go with with Kirk and then. I mean, I apparently, and I should know I should have known this. But apparently thanksgiving is indeed the best time to axe radio staff or to make shakeups. I mean, I I was almost thinking it's like today is either aggressive aggressive day or passive aggressive day on Twitter. And I'm actually very interesting to sort of see the Emily Rooney Manhattan back and forth because Emily Rooney very much is a, you know, a globe defender and comes in as the media watchdog, right because she's got the show. But really it's not so much watchdog as it is. I mean watching them, and this would be Dan Kennedy, Emily, Rooney and throwing a third person for who for whatever sake right discuss the issues with Kevin Cullen and door watching them discuss any sort of situation with the Hillary sergeant Brian McGrory staying I mean, it was just painful. I'll go back to the Cullen thing. Just because there clearly were missteps that that he took and Kevin Cohen is a columnist did. And I mean, it's like pulling their arm just to get them to criticize anything about the globe. And watching them try and criticize without really doing any damage because that's you can tell what that's what they're doing is is. I mean, it's like why are you putting yourself through this? You clearly don't even wanna be criticizing this person. You know? And it's it's just frustrating. It's sad that that people don't feel they can just that they can call out. Call out of paper when a paper is doing something. Incorrect. But yeah, for whatever reason. Emily, Emily, Rooney. I think hasn't several times acting sort of as as a surrogate for the globe. Which you would think as it isn't a place at somebody who's supposed to be a media critic would be no fan has been accused of being the same with ninety eight five the sports hub. He does TV radio critic for the Boston Globe. And every chance he gets he bashes ee I in. Meanwhile, every chance he gets he pumps up ninety eight point five. So you would think that he's kind of in with them, right? So anyway, if you go through Kim Garagan is also got quite a bit of tweeting going on she had a sort of, you know. Prior abrupt, I guess and to her with. With. I just as a disclosure. I was in today with Shattuck MVP sometimes during the holidays, they asked me to fill in. But it's quite like, a were spilling all the juice day sort of thing. And so many hand is blasting some some shots at the morning team this morning, Kim, Kerrigan is sort of following up on the circumstances behind whatever it is that happened. So it's like people who like media gossip are thrilled today is a great day. Yeah. Because obviously Kirkman hands announcement last week that he's going to radio dot com. And then he was on with Jim Brady this week, which I thought was really really good. Both of those guys did an outstanding job very conversational got into real important, topics. But this morning on W E because it's the holiday week Gerry. Callahan is often I also do encourage people to pick up. Today's Boston Herald or go online Boston Herald dot com because every year we run Jerry's. Thanksgiving Day football piece, which is just one of the best things I've ever written period, especially in terms of high school football and thanksgiving. So do get out there. Pick up a copy of the paper or go online. Boston Herald dot com and read Jerry's piece, but but Jerry's off this week on radio. I believe Matz off today. So this is the week that a lot of the stations will have fill in people work, and w has Altree algebra and Mark James on this morning and Kirk is tweeting out. What am I listening to obviously, he's not endorsing the shell? Because actually for the most part anybody on that show. Besides Jerry, I think he's going to attack. He brought Alex did. Yeah. He he did he brought alexan-. Kirk is is he's attacking mind. Well, I think he's still hurt. The fact that much still there in the now Kirk is gone, but with Kirk you don't know from. Appears to be a friend at one moment and appears to be your enemy the other. He's very raw. Which again, you can criticize your friends. I just think he's more going after Mark James who we constantly belittled James do fill in. On weekends sometimes fill-in in the afternoon, and he's very enthusiastic March. James, he's he's more. He sounds more. Like a network broadcaster. Like he'll open up the show with good morning and welcome to the W E E. I it's Mark Brian in like in the morning, sometimes that's a little bit too much. He's kinda Rah intense. And I've worked with people like that. And it's kind of like, whoa, calm down just have a conversation. So I think he's more criticizing Mark James analysis because I know that Kirk really likes Alex lot. He Jerry brought Alex I in his own thing. And at times Kirk was the reason that had got blown out of proportion. I think but he also brought him back into the show. So and I know Alex idolizes Kirkman. And I think he wants to be the next Kirkman hand. Yeah. I always told them just being the first hour trimmer. You don't have to be the next Kirkman and be your own person as you can, cultivate, your own personality on radio just be you that that that can be enough. So yes, it is prime even more. So I would say prime media gossip day. And I wonder if a few things this is actually the other thought I had this morning because something that Emily Rooney tweeted. Stuck with me? And it's in it's incorrect. Many hands. You know Twitter feed because he responds to her. She tweeted to obviously, Kirk mini hand, you failed to make your point never brought up that activist guy. Yep. Who was your nemesis? And part reason for mental breakdown is so I don't know why. I just got the sense that she sort of relishes mentioning his mental breakdown of all people. You know here. We are. We pretend that somehow word vanished. And we have no issues when people deal with suicide and depression, right? But a mental breakdown is a very loaded off limits. Very loaded term it feels. I mean, listen, he's disgust feeling suicidal himself. Right. Very open. A I think it's I don't think it's off limits to mention it and not to mention it. But in terms of criticizing that saying, oh this guy. Drove you to the brink of suicide when I don't think that's the case. I mean, I hope that she's aware that he lost both parents within about a four month period of time that made lead you in that direction, or maybe it's something that's a lifelong battle. All right..

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Morning meeting on Boston Herald radio John's have Chetty Christian Burgoyne once again this morning. I thought about you. Thank you. Was thinking about so were I wonder sometimes whether I should share these things because these are I mean, especially early morning thoughts. Those can be like those are the real like private thoughts. So I'm scraping the frost off my car. I don't even know how my mind got here there. But I was thinking about I mean, it could have been morning show stuff because I thought about Ron gorgeous. And I did not realize how close you guys were until you told until we had this Kirkman and discussion, I really didn't know that and. And it's so changes things. I mean, you know, whatever everybody's faces ups and downs in their career and stuff like that. And I'll be honest, you know, as a political reporter. You know, the situation was was it was definitely a tough one for the paper. But that's as far as it went for me just because I didn't have been connection. And although you and I have worked together for very long time, or at least in the same sort of sphere. I didn't really know how how close you guys were still are we still occasionally we'll get together and runs the one guy that's older than me. So I can kind of be the young guy when we have our conversations, but FRANZ great. I think he's been a great reporter great writer, so many connections to the NFL into boxing. He's a member of both. Voting wings for those hall of fame. And when I got back in this business about seven eight years ago, he kind of just embraced me. We hit it off. That's all it really was. And that's great. And it's just you know, we kind of look at the world somewhat similar in both kind of cynical and contrarians which is interesting because it's always at a time. And he he was being the person that would still ask questions about the patriots. And you can't cover a team for this long period of time like Ron did or even just doing radio about it. And they've been so successful. But still really you can't just be a cheerleader about this. You kind of have to dig deeper and maybe bring up points of why they lost this game. Or if this was a bad draft choice, a bad trade, whatever may be. So he he was never afraid about being the guy that was, you know, targeted. I don't think he always liked it. There are some people that are very comfortable wearing the black hat, and they'll probably gets tiring after a while, especially if it starts the impact your family. You got a young son. And someone in school is saying something to Amalia dad's report card in the herald today about the patriots wasn't good or what happened. Ryan, right. Yeah. That does impact it. But re runs a good guy and a good friend. He's always been there to help me out, which is which is, you know, I'm I'm very loyal to friends, especially when we've been able to help each other out. And I think that that's still should remain part of the story. That's kind of interesting Hillary as we talked about yesterday. Yeah. Is that men's now going to be doing his own thing on radio dot com? And he's the one that actually brought mutt. Into the show. And mutt. Went through some tough times. I think about fifteen months ago thereabouts. Maybe a little bit longer where he had a DUI and a lot of stations. Probably would have ran away from mutt? And Manhattan's stood up for him. And then became a pretty big part of the morning show. But was doing the evening show, which he hated merloni button Maloney that didn't work out and then got moved two nights. And then he was doing pre and post game for the Red Sox, which she wasn't crazy about because essentially do the pre game show, you sit watch the game and then to the post game show, and it can be very laborious in a lot of weekends involved in in. It's it's not a demotion. But it's it's it is it's not as good as hosting a show in drivetime midday or morning, so but. Really is best friends with and he went to bat for him remains at W and essentially was become the third wheel in that show. And now that many hands gone much still remains on the show. And I think that Minihan kind of feel slighted by that. But the only thing about that is much got a family. I think he has two maybe three kids, and he's gonna have to put food on the table as well. He can't be all loyal to Kirkman hand and say if kirks not here, I'm not here. I'm going to go away. I mean, we're not in high school anymore. And he doesn't come from the wealthy. Does. Exactly. So he's he's in a position now where he's hosting Gerry. Callahan in the morning. So I can kind of interesting where we're going with this. But not everybody's in the same situation where they can say oh damn that company. I'm going to go with with Kirk and then make money, and apparently, and I should know I should have known this. But apparently thanksgiving is indeed the best time to axe radio staff or to make shakeups. I mean, I I was almost thinking it's like today is either aggressive aggressive day or passive aggressive day on Twitter. And I'm actually very interesting to sort of see the Emily Rooney Minihan back and forth because Emily ruining very much has is a, you know, a globe defender and comes in as the media watchdog, right because she's got the show. But really it's not so much watchdog as it is. I mean watching them, and this would be Dan Kennedy, Emily, Rooney and throw in a third person for who for whatever sake right discuss the issues with Kevin Cullen, and or watching them discuss any sort of situation with the Hillary sergeant Brian McGrory staying I mean, it was just painful. And I'll go back to the Cullen thing. Just because there clearly were missteps that that he took. And and that Kevin Cohen is a columnist did. And I mean, it's like pulling their arm just to get them to criticize any anything about the globe. And watching them try and criticize without really doing any damage because that's you can tell what that's what they're doing is is. I mean, it's like why are you putting yourself through this? You clearly don't even wanna be criticizing this person. You know? And it's it's just frustrating. It's sad that that people don't feel thinking just. That they can call out. Call out of paper when a paper is doing something incorrect. But yeah, for whatever reason, Emily, Emily Rooney. I think hasn't several times acting sort of as a surrogate for the globe. Which you would think it isn't a place at somebody who's supposed to be a media critic would be. Chad Finn has been accused of being the same with ninety eight five the sports. He does TV radio critic for the Boston Globe. And every chance he gets he bashes ee, I. And meanwhile, every chance he gets pumps up ninety eight point five. So you would think that he's kind of in with them, right? So anyway, if you go through Kim baragan is also got quite a bit of tweeting going on she had a sort of, you know, prior abrupt take gas and to her feeling in with Phoebe. I just as a disclosure. I was in today with Shattuck MVP sometimes during the holidays, they asked me to fill in. But it's quite like, a were spilling all the juice day sort of thing. And so many hand is blasting some some shots at the morning team this morning, Kim, Kerrigan is sort of following up on the circumstances behind whatever it is that happened. So it's like people who like media gossip are thrilled today. This is a great day. Yeah. Because obviously Kirkman hands announcement last week that he's going to radio dot com. And then he was on with Jim Brady this week, which I thought was really really good. Both of those guys that announce standing job, very conversational got into real important, topics. But this morning on W why because it's the holiday week Gerry. Callahan is often I also do encourage people to pick up. Today's Boston Herald or go online Boston Herald dot com because every year. We run Jerry's Thanksgiving Day football piece, which is just one of the best things I've ever written period, especially in terms of high school football and thanksgiving. So do get out there. Pick up a copy of the paper or go online. Boston Herald dot com and read Jerry's piece, but but Jerry's off this week on radio. I believe Matz off today. So this is the week that a lot of the stations will have people work, and w has Altree Moore and Mark James on this morning and Kirk is tweeting out. What am I listening to you know, obviously, he's not endorsing the show because actually for the most part anybody on that show. Besides Jerry, I think he's going to attack Alex. He did. Yeah. He did. He brought Alexander. Kirk is he's he's attacking. Well, I think he's still hurt. The fact that much still there in the Kirk is gone, but with Kirk you don't know from appears to be a friend at one moment and appears to be your enemy the other. He's very raw which again, you can criticize your friends. I just think he's more going after Mark James who we constantly belittled James do fill in. On weekends sometimes fill in in the afternoon, and he's very enthusiastic March. James, he's he's more. He sounds more. Like a network broadcaster. Like he'll open up the show with good morning and welcome to the W E E. I it's Mark Ryan's in like in the morning, sometimes that's a little bit too much. He's kinda awry intense, and I've worked with people like that. And it's kind of like, whoa, down just have a conversation. So I think he's more criticizing Mark James, and Alex because I know that Kirk really likes Alex lot. He and Jerry brought Alex the WB I in an Alex went through his own thing. And at times Kirk was the reason that it got blown out of proportion. I think but he also brought him back into the show. So and I know Alex idolizes Kirkman. And I think he wants to be the next Kirk Minihan. Yeah. I always told them just being the first Altree. You don't have to be the next Kirkman and be your own person as you can, cultivate, your own personality on radio just be you that that that can be enough. So yes, it is prime even more. So I would say prime media gossip day. And I wonder if a few things this is actually the other thought I had this morning because something that Emily Rooney tweeted. Stuck with me? And it's in it's in Kirkman hands. Twitter feed because he responds to her. She tweeted to obviously, Kirk mini hand you fail to make your point never brought up that activist guy. Yeah. Who was your nemesis and part reason for mental breakdown. So I don't know why. I just got the sense that she sort of relishes mentioning his mental breakdown. I have all people here. We are. We pretend that somehow word Vance, and we have no issues when people deal with suicide and depression, but a mental breakdown is a very load off limits. Very loaded term it feels. I mean, listen, he's disgust feeling suicidal himself. Right. The open. I think it's I don't think it's off limits to mention not to mention it. But in terms of criticizing that saying, oh, this guy drove you to the brink of suicide. I mean when I don't think that's the case. I mean, I hope that she's aware that he lost both parents within about a four month period of time that may lead you in that direction, or maybe it's something that's a lifelong battle..

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"emily rooney" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Crime boss James Whitey Bolger is dead one day after being transferred to a federal prison in West Virginia. His death is being investigated as a homicide several news organizations, including the Boston Globe reported. He was murdered in prison today by inmates associated with the mob. Bolger who for years was one of America's most wanted criminals ran gambling and drug rackets across Boston for decades. He was an FBI informant as well Bolger was on the run for sixteen years before he was eventually caught and convicted in two thousand thirteen of participating in eleven murders in the nineteen seventies and eighties, Emily, Rooney of public station. W GBH in Boston as long cover Bolger and his crimes and she joins me now, Emily Rooney. Thank you for talking with us. What is known about how he died while he was only in the new prison. It'd come up from Florida to West Virginia less. Than twenty four hours. He was still in his wheelchair. I have heard some reports that he was surrounded by a mob of gang of people who viciously beat him. I can't corroborate that. But that's what I've heard which says something about the that federal prison. He had more than that. So they say that they transferred him there for a different reason. And there was somebody there waiting for him. We we really don't know a lot of a lot of questions. He started on this criminal path from a very early age. Tell us about his career he was a criminal at age thirteen. And now he was robbing convenience stores. He dropped out of school at the age of fourteen. He ran a criminal enterprise for decades and decades, he had this charm in this sort of appeal that he he he lured people into his his his net, including women he often had two or three women going at a time. It took that one on the road with Anthony tried to take. The other one with him I and she gave up and came home. And then he took Catherine Greg on the road for them. He was he was an FBI informant over what period of his life and how did that develop well in nineteen seventy five became an informant. What had happened was the the DA the Federal Bureau investigations wanted to bring down like CASA Nostra the Italian mafia in order to do. So they enlisted the help of the winter hill gang, which was won by Whitey Bolger and all of his associates, they figured Bill tourney blind. I two rackets and numbers and some of that, you know, busting machines and that kind of stuff, but they also turned a blind eye to nineteen murders. And then in one thousand nine hundred five FBI agent. John Conway who grew up in the same housing project is Whitey Bolger. And was in the FBI tipped him off that he was about to be indicted. But you know, John Conley has always contended to this day. Hey, he was one of the guys he was part of the team. And he feels like he took the fall for something that happened at a much. Much higher level at the FBI you mentioned murders. I mean, he killed people with his own hands. Oh, yes. And then you took naps afterwards killed at least two women, Deborah hussy and Deborah Davis. He was only convicted of one of those murders. But then he would pull their teeth out and bury the remains. So that they couldn't be as easily identified. We didn't have DNA testing back then but the story of his life. I mean, it's been made into movies documentaries about him. He he'll be remembered for all of this. And the woman who was with him at the end, she still serving time, Catherine. Greg is still serving time. She was sentenced to a fairly minimum number of years like seven or eight, but she refused to cooperate with some detail about I don't know other informants or where money was hidden something like that. I can't remember the details of that. And she accepted more time in prison as a result. So she's still I believe she's in a federal prison somewhere locally, I believe. But but what a legacy he has. Can you imagine the Andy I should say, by the way? None of the victims in the greater Boston area. Or lamenting this at all they're cheering. They're popping champagne tonight. But this is not the way his life should have ended. And the federal government is got some explaining to do Emily Rooney with WG be h we thank you. Now should colleges be accountable for the graduation rates of their students. Hari Sreenivasan reports from Florida for the conclusion of our special series on rethinking college, which is part of our weekly focus on education making the grade..

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Been covered throughout the week toby we'll have to see where it goes but i mean in terms of the coverage in the segments from beat the press the first one we sort of went through earlier this week and seemed to favor the globe and then this one i mean it starts off right away with with rooney saying that the first question we have is is about why sar isn't sharing more information you know they actually addressed whether this text was from grocery in the first thing they were pushing back on natta little bit nobody is saying anything about that now clearly the text happened everybody is seems to be on board with whether it's real or not or with the fact that it's real now of course we have to find out about context didn't listen there are factors here the do i think make make it somewhat an understandable question but i would say maybe not very i totally like if you're curious person i mean the story like you want to see the other evidence hillary sergeants talking about i mean i'm not pretending like like oh this text we have is enough the commerce over the big question i have is is wearing that's basically asking the same question he this was i don't know i think mccurry's mcgrory set the time is limited at the globe there's a ticking time in bow hopefully it'll who were supporting him and his accessories in this like emily rooney will will get some gulf on their own role to but there's just too much trickling out the fact that.

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Time is limited if the globe there's a ticking time in moscow hopefully it'll who were supporting him and his accessories in this like emily rooney will will get some gulf on their own role to but this is too much trickling out the fact that the the sort of elite media the globe itself beat the press are talking about this angle doesn't mean that the rest of the world doesn't read what's going on and get what's happening in the in the age of me to write the globe is as powerful entity that's threatening woman coming forward with lawsuits since i mean that's just it's not like at some point they're going to have to realize that that's not what people the people aren't wondering primarily what hillary sergeant did deserve this you know what role the exactly right yeah exactly the the takeaway when you have something as powerful as the globe is certainly did this happen what is the what is the situation here what is the globe gonna do when it comes to mcgrory and what does he have to say from sort of stuff anyway it has been covered but it is really interesting hearing these beat the press discussion this weekly show keiser way hasn't watched really watch all the time but it's supposed to be a media criticism show for the boston media they do national stuff too and you know the herald has been on they're chopping block plenty of times i'm sure they've had herald people on his guests if of course would not have the likes of mir you on the show but that's actually a really i would never gbh on really deal with me that was a long time ago to used to be to be a weekly guest i see that's the that's the difference anyway we are going to be dealing or we're going to be doing our google trend list of the week soon but even i mean even when we listen to some of this beforehand really the the star was emily rooney said the first question we have is why isn't she answering xyz questions the story says a lot of people might not have been aware that former boston dot com staffer hillary sergeant accused.

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"And not playing along in any way but why why even why is really even raising the possibility that there's more to this relationship that we know she's she's she's running defense for the glow i mean the other thing is i'm also sort of bewildered it why this is termed as awkward if i if i were weighing in on something where i knew both people i would say listen right up front i want to say that i know both of these people so just sort of take this for what it's worth because of course in the media we work with both of these people we know because hillary sergeant worked here so i know her and of course brian mcgrory we have him on sometimes you weighs in or whatever we know him so i want to get that out of the way in terms of in the full transparency of disclosure the the awkward part adds a level of feeling that i don't know needs to be shared i i don't know it adds some weirdness in their excuse really sleazy to me we know i mean like we're talking about writing here like right like what you've written you know what you've written a paragraph one is gonna influence how people read what you write paragraph to people read and thinking of sequence so here we go emily rooney saying first of all i want you to know i know both of these people so i have information i i know personally both of them i know what kind of people they are i know more than you guys know at home and then you throw out the suggestion that we don't know the true extent of their relationship it makes it seem like you're suggesting that because you know something that you're not willing to say something that we don't know you know something that hasn't just been hasn't been confirmed what you're hinting about it it makes it a bigger hand if i just said you know i don't know any of these two but maybe there's something more to the relationship then you can say well let's look at the text right like that's exactly this conversation just i look at the tax look at the context what they were saying we know what their relationship is but i'm only ruining starts with like i know both of these.

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"This i mean all i know is that looks bad on top of all the other sort of silence just wall of silence and apparently according to the media watchdogs that's that's just fine that they're being silent so let's would it really what it means to me in that statement from the globe pr person is that it didn't go through many levels of review approval statement because somebody would have caught it and particularly i mean if you're a newspaper editor even if you're doing the story about yourself like checking spelling people's names and something that's like second nature right it's not the pr people but i think it needs to me like it didn't go much above the basic level of of respondents before someone check it out now to discuss all of this are the host of beat the press emily rooney and dan kennedy regular panelist on that show a journalism professor at northeastern in the author of the return of the moguls how jeff bezos in john henry our remaking newspapers for the twenty first century emily lau ing the book about john henry and how he saved journalism anyway let's get to criticizing this veritable and then ruble yeah a source to the fact that no one at the globe is comment in any meaningful way the fact how awkward this is yes w h we all know her quite well like her she's a lot of fun to be with fun to work with she's on brian mclaughlin girl respect his work at the globe it's just an awkward situation we don't know the the nature of this relationship so this tweet even though she's been hinting all along the way even if they had a relationship that's inappropriate we do know the nature of the reaction i mean like saying as far as we know they were only boston subordinate but there's no reason to believe there are anything other than rooney's going as far as suggesting somehow that she was working for him and that would be means that this is not even a big deal i mean i think based on the data the tweet it was a couple months after she left the globe the boston dot com but but i mean it's mcgrory is like the editor of the.

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"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"emily rooney" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Support for our conduct i'm in equal opportunity critters release a large political guys me because we need to go i want to i want to tell everyone there is no doubt the eur neighbor barak opportunity critic and tell us the name of your upcoming buffets you're writing kohl trumped up there you go trumped up get it at amazon or or better bookstores new so it is time but deal which lives on the cape during summer a believe that's true in the the mooneys emily moonies the big pershing's will mean took it months manasota key person uncle down the cape i think uh i don't know if i ever will virtually in that this point been told by men from bb for a month w renew keep your freedom that it's fantastic took it might have read his book and ashes or mediumterm starting three treated and it's great book but i'm i'm not i'm not a beautiful person like that regardless of the the fine print tribune the boston herald flick but let's go to my friend emily rooney from wgbf age in boston pbs publicly funded by the way so just so you know we're pointing this without without the express written consent of w gbh because obviously the wertach pippen here's beyond this right this is ours so let's listen emily is she is weighing in on russia was making a whole lot of sense on this by the way and you'll see it in the moment it matanal in the biggest complaint among many that the trump administration has with media these days is the relentless focus hassan all things russia certificates family ties campaign ties and efforts to rig the election and you know what they might have a point sometimes it's easy to relate to poor middle sister jan brady after all it's all about russia marsha russia make that russia russia russia even before donald trump jr tweeted out emails proving he met with russians who claimed to have dirt on hillary clinton's the russia coverage has been nonstop don jr is the latest person in the president's orbit to.

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