35 Burst results for "Emmy Award"

Emmys reach record-low audience of 5.9 million people

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Emmys reach record-low audience of 5.9 million people

"The ratings from this year's Emmys are in and it's not good news for the TV industry The viewership numbers from the Emmy Awards will have the TV academy singing the blues Nielsen reports that just 5.9 million people bothered to watch the lowest rating for the ceremony ever even lower than the one in 2020 which was done online because of the pandemic last year's Emmys drew 7.4 million viewers This year's Emmys were shifted to a Monday night to make room for NBC's first Sunday Night football game of the season but it still ended up competing against football the Monday night game A Moscow's Gabriel

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'Succession,' 'Ted Lasso' top Emmys; 1st time winners shine

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

'Succession,' 'Ted Lasso' top Emmys; 1st time winners shine

"The Emmy Awards were handed out last night in Los Angeles A night of victory and affirmation for several of the winners chief among them Cheryl Lee Ralph who sang in triumph as shift except that the award for best supporting actress for Abbott elementary She then told anyone who ever doubted their dreams to see her as an inspiration I am here to tell you that this is what believing looks like This is what striving looks like That theme was picked up by lizzo who won for best competition show for watch out for the big girls She literally gave them a shout out Big girls are they here The night's other big winners for programs included Squid Game euphoria Saturday Night Live and among performers Jason Sudeikis Zendaya and Michael Keaton I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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 74th Emmy Awards | Live News

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

74th Emmy Awards | Live News

"The producers of the Emmy Awards are promising a feel good event for tonight's ceremony I'm Archie Sara letta with a preview Emmys house Keenan Thompson acknowledges there's a lot of stress for attendees selecting outfits walking the red carpet and maybe losing However Thompson says it's an awesome thing to be in the room and he doesn't want that to get lost The Emmys will bring back an element that worked well during last year's scaled down show the club style seating for nominees the producers say the nominees had fun and that translated on screen Among the shows up for top awards are squid games severance and Ted Lasso The Emmys will air live on NBC and stream on peacock

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Barack Obama wins Emmy for narrating Netflix national parks series

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

Barack Obama wins Emmy for narrating Netflix national parks series

"Former president Barack Obama has won an Emmy Award With the latest Barack Obama's work on the Netflix documentary series our great national parks has earned him an Emmy for best narrator The creative arts Emmys were handed out Saturday in Los Angeles Obama is the second president to win an Emmy after Dwight Eisenhower was given a special award in 1956 The late Chadwick Boseman also won for outstanding character voice-over for the animated show what if it was one of his last projects before he died in 2020

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Anne Heche dies of crash injuries after life support removed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

Anne Heche dies of crash injuries after life support removed

"Emmy winning film and TV actor and heche died Sunday following a car crash on August 5th Heche first came to prominence on the NBC soap opera another world from 1987 to 1991 winning a Daytime Emmy Award In 1997 alone she was in the movie's Donnie brasco and volcano and was part of the ensemble cast in the original I know what you did last summer in 2000 following a breakup with Ellen DeGeneres Haitian experienced a very public breakdown in later spoke candidly about her mental health struggles She joked about her own checkered past with relationships as she talked about playing a life coach in the TV dramedy men in trees Clearly I have never had a life coach You know I stumbled through and made so many mistakes I'm pretty good with where I am Heche was 53 I'm Donna water

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Kenan Thompson of 'SNL' to host Sept. 12 Emmy Awards

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

Kenan Thompson of 'SNL' to host Sept. 12 Emmy Awards

"Actor Kenan Thompson of Saturday Night Live will host the Emmy Awards A marches are a letter with the latest Keenan Thompson says being named the host for the Emmys is ridiculously exciting Thompson won an Emmy in 2018 for co writing the song come back Barack for Saturday Night Live The Emmys will air live from Los Angeles on September 12th on NBC and the streaming service peacock The top nominees are Succession Squid Game Ted Lasso hacks and only murders in the building

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"emmy award" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:25 min | 4 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on podnews

"Who's won an Emmy Award, the latest fraud daily newsletter at pod news dot net. Online studio, clean feed has won an Emmy Award for engineering science and technology. The award is for the tools role in the creation of the audio tracks for television series such as Star Trek discovery, The Crown, and the flight attendant, but clean feed is also used by many podcasters for live studio links, including the podcaster himself, Adam curry. Our programmatic ads bad for podcasting, Tom Webster, writing in sounds profitable, suggests it's more about creative execution and bad assumptions than technology. This isn't the fault of programmatic advertising. It's the fault of some dude named Brandon or Kyle or something who pushed a button and said, that's probably good enough. The problem isn't programmatic, it's. It's you, Kyle. Do your job. Yeah, Kyle. The new buzzsprout ads have earned independent podcasters more than a $100,000 so far, according to the company, it's the BBC underperforming in podcasting. The BBC claims a new record number of weekly users for its audio app BBC sounds, but in the press release, we can kind of work out that a 117 million podcast downloads a month is what the BBC is getting, which makes the world's largest broadcaster smaller than The New York Times. And even if players aren't downloads, we already know how many automated downloads aren't listened to, and that doesn't change the figures much. TikTok filed for a trademark for TikTok music in May for in part, providing online non downloadable software that provides users with podcasts and radio broadcast content, a podcast app from TikTok, a cast has signed a further ad sales agreement with The New York Times monetizing this American life and serial in the UK, blueberry has announced it's now offering its hosting customers free podcast training. The service is run by the pod rocket academy and includes a free tier, as well as a lifetime discount for paid training. Edison research will unveil the Latino podcast listener report 2022 in a free webinar on August 16th. It will be presented by Edison research as Gabriel Soto and LC Escobar from libsyn and sheep podcasts. The music industry is set for a dramatic post lockdown comeback suggests will page the former chief economist of Spotify and PRS for music, the average music artist saw a cut in income of 70% in 2020, but page argues there's a coiled spring of demand for life events and the same could be said for podcast live events too. Indy podcast hosting company transistor is celebrating its fourth anniversary, cofounder Justin Jackson takes a look at how the company has grown in an article that contains an archive entry from pod news in 2018 and also a photograph of Justin wearing a beard and Australian podcast network listener has made their first RomCom audio fiction series, Jennifer goggin and Steph van schilt, who worked on the show together, our interviewed by Australia's audio craft newsletter. And a little editorial note, we never go away, but you may find some features taking some time off during the month of August, so if you're expecting me to say and in podcasting news, then I'm not gonna do that today. Instead, that's the latest from our newsletter to read all the stories and subscribe. We're a pod news star Ned.

'Succession' tops Emmy nominations, 'Squid Game' also scores

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

'Succession' tops Emmy nominations, 'Squid Game' also scores

"Succession leads to the nominations for the Emmy Awards with 25 I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Succession will make another run at the best drama Emmy It won in that category in 2020 its competition is Better Call Saul euphoria Ozark severance Stranger Things yellow jackets and Squid Game the first non English language series to be nominated in a top category Ted Lasso has 20 nominations It competes for best comedy against Abbott elementary Barry curb your enthusiasm hacks The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel only murders in the building and What We Do in the Shadows The Emmys will be shown live on NBC on September 12th

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"emmy award" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

07:43 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"Totally fine. Chris, tell me about what's your go to? What drink do you have if you're not drinking beer? What do you want to drink? Coffee. Coffee? Yeah. Okay. It's like coffee and beer. That's it. Coffee and beer. Coffee beer water. I try to stay away from sugary stuff. I get my fill with beers and yeah, coffee, coffee, coffee until it's time to drink beer. I just came back from I was in the island of Kauai, Hawaii. And I visited Kauai coffee plantation, which is the largest coffee plantation in the United States. Wow. Yeah, I don't know how many thousands and thousands of acres. So I thought I was big. I was bringing home gifts of all of the coffee to everyone, you know, fresh coffee beans in it. So I brought it all back on my carry on and I went through on the carry on and they had to open it up of course and check everything to make sure I wasn't carrying any illegal in the coffee and everything. So the carry on smell great when they opened it up. Sure. So I wrote home and go, yeah, you get some heads, so I'm in acne the other day. And I see you on a shelf quite closely. The same damn coffee, but you're just like your smuggling kilos. Pressure. And I think it was probably cheaper. Probably. Probably. But then it's the plane ticket. So I know there's festival seasons coming up. I know that oyster creek. First time I actually met Chris was at a festival before he would open. Very astute about the merchandising and actually register and was there promoting the brand promoting the logo and the merchandise before before he had even opened up. And it wasn't even like a month before. No, we were at 6 months out before the year before you opened, I think. Yeah, it was even more than 6 months. It was probably like 9 months before we were still looking for contractors to come in and do work because every guy we had come in was like, yeah, sure, I'll give you a call back. And you never hear from again. But yeah, I love this festival season. I love beer fests. To be outside, especially the outside ones. To be outside. And serving beer and people coming up and really giving you people who've never tried your beer before, giving you real-time feedback. It's great. It's a lot of fun. It's a lot of work. It's a long day or a long two days. We're coming up festival season. And which ones are you going to be at? A lot of them down here, but Atlantic City is Atlantic City is two months away. It's two months away. We got less than two months now. We got beach haven. In two weeks. And some of these are for charities because that's where the department and beach haven, which is on Long Beach island. Yeah, we just signed on for there's another one in times of our quarks and kegs. And then when we did last fall, but now they just had been in the spring, but they had done it in the fall was Bridgewater beer fest, which is for a one you want to know. Yeah, it was cool. It was very cool one. Small. Like maybe 25 breweries or so. But the usual suspects, you had bolero there, you had Icarus there. Trying to get some of the names of the people. But it's like everybody, but it was very nice, small profession. And I think the weather kind of brought that one down. So I expect this year if the weather's nice to be a little bit bigger. No matter Hopkins is in Manhattan. That's probably our favorite just because it's our local beer fest. It's right on the Lake. They have to benefit the PBA. Yeah, and so many good breweries there. Great music. It's a craft vendors and whatnot. And yeah, that's a good one. That was a good one. We actually curated the judging for that. For the beers, last year. So I may be asking you to come and be a judge. That would be so much fun. So we'll do that. I'll put it in my calendar right now. That is you don't have to commit. August 6th. It's that first weekend in August 6th. She had to really, it's a really fun festival. It's a really fun festival. A lot of great local vendors. It's a benefit. The Stafford PB do a lot of toys for tots stuff, et cetera, a bunch of great, great guys, great people running that. And technically, that's kind of my hometown festival. It's only a little bit from a little bit from my place too. Really nice. A lot of good festivals coming up a great time to be had to be had. We had a few last year. There was some hiccups, some hips and starts last year. We're still in the process of redoing some of our shows. We've got like maybe one or two left of the shows we did from the fest last year. Right. I know. Because you weren't able to come on. I miss you guys at athletic city. You were on your own that day. I don't think it was hard for you to get away from it. Well, it was a very strange day because I had to actually leave because it was my daughter's dance recital. It was one of those it was one of those I ended up coming back that evening. But it was camping on the festival grass. No, we didn't camp. We ended up staying, but we stayed with Mike from JCB. Okay. So now I remember. Yeah, there's a business story. But yeah, I ended up I ended up having to talk to you, and it completely, my brain completely forgot that I wasn't going to be there all day. So I hung out until one or 2 o'clock, and then I jumped in a car, drove up back up here, went to a dance recital, jumped back in the car, drove back down. Hung out at a beer fest for another two hours, and then tore everything down. Saturday. I was in Friday night until about two in the morning. That's another reason we had. That's a different story. Did you meet Kelsey Grammer? Did you meet Kelsey Grammer? We did an interview with him. All right. We're probably, I think one of the few pockets that did international interview with him. We got 5 minutes to do it very nice guy. Yeah. Oh yeah, yeah, super nice. Yeah, like 5, 5 minutes with him. And you know, if you look at the YouTube video, we even have some fake mics in front of it because they weren't hooked up yet. Because we didn't have time to go back and get the cables in here. I went through the order, but it was got these very, very nice. I still don't think to tap room opened up there in New York State though. I don't know if it did faith American. Yeah, I'm not sure. Slow down here though. Some good beer. There was some good beers there. Yeah. I think the lager was there like it was nice and crisp. Yeah. But the only concern with an outdoor festival is what we got going on right now is Friday night at AC downpour. And then.

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"emmy award" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

07:10 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"Your drinking candy. So it worked out really well. And it's like, wow, it smells like a candy factory. It's very good. Definitely a good smell. Yeah. But yeah, with the last one, the last batch I made, I was like, oh, maybe I'll put a little light on the salt. So this is when I push the salt, and I'm like, maybe I'm a little over so people have a complaint about it. Did it come out a little bit drier for you? Yeah, yeah. Now, if I'm wrong, let me know, goza is for people who don't like sours, but they want to go in between. Yeah, it's not as the PH is and as low. So we hit probably like a 3.8 where our normal sour is like a three 5 three four three two. It's a little bit more acidic. So this isn't as acidic as our Berliner wise. But not the same pucker factor. Right. Yeah, yeah. But our normal our normal Berliner, we heavily fruit it. So you get the sweetness to counteract the sourness. And we've done a plane, a plane sour. People have like that. And we've done a heavily fruited sour, and people like that. So I think you're going to find people who want to try everything. So because people have different tastes. And you want to be able to try to hit that, especially for the non beer drinkers who are coming in. I know that you have the tent out back now. Which you've been able to keep year round now? Yeah. Yeah, we have one more summer. And then we've got to figure out what goes on beyond that New Jersey laws. Basically decide, you can keep it. I go, what are you actually mentioned at the last time? The thing with the tents, what is it's actually a seasonal thing, isn't it? And I'm out of the game. But when we had gotten it through, originally, it was for the summer. And part of that has to do with tense and how tense are rated and what they're allowed. In New Jersey legally, you're not allowed to have a tent up from mid November, I think, to mid March. For more than a day or two. But then the outdoor space in general was something that the governor had allowed during COVID to give people that flexibility and then it is tied to the state of emergency still. It was tied to the state of emergency. It was like when it ends or X amount of months like 18 months, I want to say after it ends. So unless he declares another state of emergency, we're on a ticking clock. Or unless the legislature acts. The latest date that I had heard was November of this year. So that was when basically moratorium on when everybody can do their outdoor spaces unless they file for an extension of premises. And even then, for us, that time of year, nobody wants to sit outside. Nobody from November until mid March, nobody wanted to sit outside and even then we got a big windstorm coming through. We just pulled the tarp off top of the tent. Until the weather passes because we just don't want it to blow away. Like it has in the past. You can still have the tables back there. Yes. We still have the tables and stuff. So if it's beautiful, people can just go out and we have the skeleton of the tent still up there. And then. Weather permitting, we have it covered and we put the walls up and make it a little prettier back there. But yeah, at that time of year, it's understandable. Nobody wants to sit outside in December. Unless it's a particularly nice day, which we sometimes get, but 90% of the 99% of the time it's not nice. We talked a little bit about where town. And this is kind of almost a neighborhood type of place. 'cause I remember one night I stopped in and seed in here. I guess it was a dance dance class or something. Yeah, we get a lot of we have some of the parody stopping in here while the kids are in the dance class. And you got a beautiful beautiful actually trail right out here. Which goes from down and born again all the way, I guess it goes all the way up past Thomas river now. Yeah, I know they were there was like a stretch in lacy through Berkeley that wasn't attached, but I think that's fully functional now. So it basically is like a 25 mile trail that goes, we have people who do bar crawls on bikes who roll through and they park their bikes in the front of the building. They come in, they all have a beer, and then they get on their way to the next to the next venue, which is great. And there's really a lot of places you can suffer. As you come down here, once you're through barnegat, you're into where town, you got the lighthouse tavern here, then you can stop here and then a little bit further down the trail. You got backwards. You can take a little walk over to and you just keep going up and on record about the only way I would like. We've done we've done a Saint Patrick's Day crawl on the trail, which is great because you have a beer, you kind of are on a clock, you go to the next place, and you have corned beef and cabbage, and then a plan of Guinness, and you move on to the next place, and you have a minor soda bread, and another pint, and you move on the shot of jamison, and you move on to the next place. But you're off the road. You don't have to worry about traffic. You could just take your time. It's great. It's fantastic. And last night, especially during the summertime, with the bikes coming through, people will just stop. They're like, I'm going to take a break. Do they come in? They'll have a beer, and they'll get back on their way. And now, Chris, I want to talk to you, because there's an Emmy Award sitting. You see the enemy up there? Yeah. Tell us about that Emmy Award you have. My other job. I'm an audio engineer. I've gotten to go to and work on a few super bowls. I work for one of the major networks. And I've gotten to go to a few super bowls. And one of the years I went, we won an Emmy for production, so they called me up and said, hey, what's your home address in the correct spelling of your name? And you're getting an Emmy. So sitting on your beer fridge. Yeah, it's a cover. It's a conversation bees, because otherwise it would be at my house and the only person who sees it is me and the family. I just wanted to have the off my conversation. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we'll bring it over and everybody can if you want to take a picture with it. Or stab each other with it. It's very pointy, yes. Are you going to have a nerdy sound conversation with Chris now? Yeah..

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"emmy award" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

06:54 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"Sarah monkey is just all beer, that he likes. You had to call you around. Yeah. You raise your hand. No, I was giving you. You know what? What I had 95 people in the basement, the last show no one was polite. Meanwhile, that's delightful. You can really taste both the pineapple and the coconut. And I feel like coconut is a hard flavor. We find it's very polarizing. A lot of people either really love it or really hate it. Yeah. Well, it's very well executed. Thank you. A big fan. I can taste the pineapple up front when I drink the milk. Yeah. It makes me, it makes me think of a pina colada. It's very Cabana by the beach. Yeah. We're dreaming of summer. So we've been the spring late winter, early spring. We try to get people thinking about summertime. To pull that. A little umbrella on your drinking. Okay, now we're gonna take this break from science illustrated. And the history channel for our sponsors brew you. So we'll be back in a minute. 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You can buy Alexis to drink. If she keep an eye out and see where she is because she's always somewhere. I try to be. I mentioned that. I said, you like, you're all over the place. I've got friends in all places. I don't know. Somewhere in the middle. I like to be around people. And then drink beer while I'm with them, or wine or whisky. It's fine. So now I know recently you expanded the brookhouse. Yes. Tell us about the new addition. And I took some pictures of it. It looks really nice, very easy to work with. Yeah, we got a blipman 5 barrel all electric system. It's a two vessel. We don't have a ton of space here. So it really fits nice in the back of the back of the brewery. Still gives us room to work around it. And run hoses and have people making their way either to the back to the tent or to the bathroom or to the refrigerator to switch kegs. So the space we're in is we're probably about to bust the seams at this place. But we can still do what we need to do with that those kettles. It's great. It's a touch screen functionality. It's really easy to clean. But yeah, it's just been great since we installed it. Now, you had mentioned that pretty much you use marathon of your bruise. Talk a little bit to the audience. What does that give you in a beer? Maybe just a regular. I was never a fan of just playing two 'cause I feel like it's just so it's just such a blank palette or it doesn't really bring anything to the beer. When I, as a home brewer, experimenting with different base grains, I just felt like my beers were all just better as a marathoner beer. It's a little bready, but it also has just gives it the beers nice body. To row, I felt would not only was it plain, but everything felt a little watery. Some of the other ones were golden promise and pilsner malt. They were all good, but I just felt like my best beers were made with marisol. Might as well just stick with what I like. So everything's made with a base small marisol are. And it's slightly more expensive. But it's not like it breaks the bank to go with you're talking for a 50 pound bag. It might be 50 $5 versus $45 for 50 pounds. And the scale of brewing four or 5 barrels, it's really a couple bucks. It's not really much. So if it makes your best product. Exactly. Yeah, yeah. So for me, it's just the one I like the most. And I know people have said with IPAs, they're looking for that. Plain malt profile so that the hops can shine through, but I almost feel like it's, I don't know, I don't know if that's just what people are just used to, but I just like my base grain to have a little character. I do love conversations about malt because I got to do CBC 2019 with Hillary from rabbit hole farms. So I got to hang out with some monsters and got a whole different fresh perspective on malt and what it brings to the table and her war and all of that. That I as a non brewer home or otherwise hadn't really ever considered, but as a consumer, it was interesting to talk about that. And see how that everyone thinks, oh, the style, whatever, but let's talk about those things that choices you make. Are those many choices you make with those four ingredients and how that gives you this great variety of flavor and in the same style. I think that's a fantastic. And what's interesting about the whole brew process. And that's what I love about the whole process is how different brewers have a different perspective on it. Now the last time we were on with Ian was on and Cody from Manafort and they go with a company called two track, which is out in North Dakota, whatever that they get it. And.

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"emmy award" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

07:01 min | 7 months ago

"emmy award" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"To our latest episode here. That, of course, was cry freedom by three noodles too. Richard's band Richard banging away on the drums on that. Richard, how are you today? My friend. I am fantastic. That's good. I'm glad you got here, safe and sound. I did. No automobile issues. We are on audio again. So you don't get to see our beautiful faces here, except on the pictures that'll show up on Facebook. We are here, we're at oyster creek brewing in wear town. We also have another special guest host once again. She's been on the last couple of shows with us. I'm sick of me yet. Let's see what the one who commands a room with her large lavender hairdo. Alexa's negan. The thing is is that I can't live up to that anymore and I feel bad. That's actually a line from author taran, her latest book, it just came out in the fall with the about the brewsters, et cetera. It's a long title. Do you remember the title of Los Angeles? A woman's house? No, a woman's place is in the brewhouse. And Alexis has many wonderful quotes in there in that book she has mentioned in it and that's one of the descriptions that Tara comes up with Alexis. And as I said, oyster creek in where town oyster creek brewing and we are here with head brewer owner and all around cool dude. Chris Lewis, hey Chris. Hello, how are you? Welcome so glad to be here. Thanks for having us and coming on in and recording us once again. Well, honestly, I think this is the first time we've actually been here. You have been to the basement. Yes. Several times. But we have never actually been here at the brewhouse. That's true. Thank you so much for having us. No problem. In wear town and years ago and I know you're celebrating a fourth anniversary, pretty soon. And we're in wear town, which is really starting to become a thriving little town. Yeah, it started to build up a little bit. I know that initially when you open air and said, oh, he's opening a brewery and where can it's going to happen. And you've grown and been real successful. So we've done we've done well. Tell us about your growth here in what you've done to actually get through COVID and increase your growth here in warehouse. Well, with COVID, well, from the beginning, if anybody knows, we were a very tiny, brewery. We were making enough beer to make the tap room survive. And through COVID, we did actually really well. We had probably our best year so far through COVID just because of we were able to switch over to canning a 100% and doing curbside and delivery and we were able to get a little bit of the COVID relief money and we were able to put that into a bigger system. So we upgraded to a 5 barrel system and a couple of 5 barrel fermenters and three barrel fermenters and now we're the fridge is filled to the gills and tap room is still busy. We have outdoor seating and we're busy and we're trying to push a little bit more, trying to get some more distribution and keep moving on up. Now talk a little bit about the genesis of the oyster creek title. What it's time, you know, I'm from this area. So I know what it's all about, but talk a little bit about not only where it comes from, but about your logo. So it's the oyster creek nuclear generating plant, which is literally a quarter mile up the road from us. If you go out our front door, you can see the cooling tower. It's the first nuclear plant in that one online in the United States. They just decommissioned about a within the first year of us opening. So they're in the process of fully decommissioning the plant. Growing up around here, it was always a landmark. Your drive up route 9 and you drive past this gigantic building. And when you're a little kid, you don't know what it is. It looks like a big dinosaur. But as you grow up, living on the bay, people refer to it as the second lighthouse, because once you come in off of the ocean and you're in the bay, well, it's a giant landmark that you could see from miles away on the flashing tower for miles away. Yeah, we have a lot of our beers are named after the nuclear process. And whatnot so we've kind of embraced that whole idea of having this nuclear plant right next door to us. Now I have to check, when was he in the basement? That's going to be what 2018. 70 and might have been 18, 18, 1918. You said nuclear I'm like, now we did this before. I just couldn't place when and as soon as you said nuclear I'm like what it back knowing and Chris actually join us when we had Liu was a homebrew show because I think Ian was still a home brewer. He was now we had to see Wilson from bear brewing, which just opened down in cape May. C was still a homebrewer. Then he was down here with us with a little something interesting from that. We'll have to drop a little something interesting from that. Pull something from him. We will have to see if we can find something. Now, here's what I remember, you know, like I'm down here 35 years. I remember that. No, I remember the nuclear plant. Two things I remember, first of all, is there would be, I guess once a month or so was siren. They used to warn you that the siren was going. Wow. And it was right across the street from our House, and we lived in we still have been born again, but in the house we weren't born yet. So we would be prepared. And it was loud. And it was long. And it was a nuclear alert siren. Sure. You would want it to be loud. You wanted to do that. You don't miss that one. But we would have that. Second thing I remember is when my kids were little, Chris, you probably don't even remember that down here. There was like a visitor center for the nuclear plant. Oh, yeah, yeah. And you can bring the kids in there and there would be a video of nuclear energy being your friend. There was like a little cartoon of a nuclear guy walking around. And I remember bringing our kids in there and going through this whole presentation. When nuclear Ana, did they have that when it was a field trip for school? I remember going there. They would take us back to the visitor center. And this was the first nuclear power plant in the country. Yes. Yeah, we have a we have an article talking about them decommissioning here and they talk about how.

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Emmy Award-Winning Journalist Sharyl Attkisson on Media Cover-Ups

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 10 months ago

Emmy Award-Winning Journalist Sharyl Attkisson on Media Cover-Ups

"I always want to give the other side the benefit of the doubt, if only to understand how people could behave the way they do, another was one case would they make, you know, if you're in the news business and somebody from big pharma comes to you and says, don't run this story. What are the kinds of things that they say or that they could say to make people with their finger in the wind so to speak move in a certain direction? Well, it was pretty unusual back then. It's not now. That's what drew my attention for someone to say don't air a story. You might have them say, put this side of the story on or represent my view this way, but I had not been frequently approached by anybody saying, don't let the public know the information. And as that happened with greater frequency, I knew something was going on. But the things they would say, including government officials who are trying to stop the stories would say, if you report these stories about vaccines and autism. Even if they're completely factual, they said it will scare the public and they'll turn away from vaccines and public diseases that we've eradicated will be rampant. And you'll kill people. People will die. And I would say, at first, when someone first says that to you, you get this sort of like, wow. But if you start thinking it out rationally as a journalist, it's not my job to decide how people use factual information that I give them and therefore to try to make them behave a certain way. It's up to the government. If facts come out that worry the public, the government needs to come up with a plan to reinstitute confidence in the program. That's not up to the journalist to hide facts so that the government doesn't have the problem of lack of confidence. But I also came to understand that the excuses they gave about this were really just a cover for the pharmaceutical industry interests that didn't want this out because they would lose a lot of business because if the crack of the door opens a little bit on some safety issues, there's just so many more to look

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Dave Chappelle Is Getting Cancelled at His Former High School

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Dave Chappelle Is Getting Cancelled at His Former High School

"Dave Chappelle's appearance at his former high school in Washington, D.C. has been postponed now because the student body is threatened to walk out. Yeah, it's all about the trans bullshit. The Duke Ellington school of the arts in Georgetown. They step both the kids here are uncomfortable with Dave's remarks on transgender people in the Netflix special, the closer the fundraiser was supposed to be held in the 23rd of this month. Now they've moved it to April. Hopefully these kids will calm the fuck down. The monies raised would have gone toward a new theater named after Dave Chappelle and the university said, well, I did the school said, we recognize that not everyone will accept or welcome a particular artist point of view or product or craft, but reject the notion that a cancel culture is a healthier constructive means to teach our students how society should balance creative freedom with protesting the right and dignity of all its members. That's what the school said in a statement. And this walkout came about because students reportedly had what was described as a heated debate with the faculty over this exhibition honoring Chappelle that would be unveiled on the same day as the fundraiser. You know, look, I guess postponing it makes it look like it's a compromise because the school originally elected to cancel the fundraiser altogether, the assholes. You know, Chappelle has been very generous to this school over the years. He donated a $100,000 to the school. He gave it one of his Emmy Awards in 2017. He was also a commencement speaker there. He held a masterclass. He brought celebrity friends to the campus. I remember him showing it on, I think, 60 minutes or something. Or maybe he didn't let him in the show. My next guest on Netflix, the guy at the school means a lot to him and he's done a lot for the school and he's stupid idiot kids. Well, what if kids are going to learn to grow

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Turning Point USA Wins Emmy for Documentary 'A Long Walk in Socialism'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Turning Point USA Wins Emmy for Documentary 'A Long Walk in Socialism'

"All right, over the weekend something really cool happened, everybody. At turning point USA, our amazing productions team won an Emmy. That's right, you heard that right for our original production a long walk in socialism, regional Emmy Award, cultural topical documentary, turning point USA productions. I never thought I'd actually have an Emmy in my hands. And, you know, what they deserve a lot of credit, they do some great work and they do a great job and I'm so proud of our team at turning point USA. They work so hard and I can tell you that they really are the best production team in the entire movement. I want to play a short clip from this, I want to say congratulations. They deserve all the credit. And let's play cut 23, just a short clip from the now Emmy Award winning documentary it's unbelievable long walk in socialism play tape. In these United States of America, we American Indians we can be anything we want to be. Except American Indians. Want to see an example of their socialism. Go to an Indian reservation. It is one of the most powerful documentaries about domestic socialism, and I want to just congratulate Jo stone, Nathan lada, Josh Dillard, Robert baum, and also Marcus Fatima, who was really kind of at the helm in the midst of all of that. So congratulations, guys, and now I get to have an Emmy in my hands that I did not earn, but I am proud

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"emmy award" Discussed on Trading Secrets

Trading Secrets

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Trading Secrets

"So he would look at airplanes, which he likes to fly. Airplane magazines, and I would go up and say, can I just have like, I don't know, just give me 1% of your salary. But my God, you're bearing a plane. Like 20 million on this, and you're making like a 125,000 and he's getting points offend the sound. Yes. You talk about monster gap between monsters. And by the way, I'm probably he probably made more than that. I don't think he probably won't tell me if he was gonna. But Harrison and I just want to say this and the reason why I feel comfortable saying this for anybody who's listening. Harrison Ford truly is my hero. I have done an honoring to him because the truth of the matter is that I owe him my public life. I owe him the opportunity to still be speaking on this level. It's not that I wouldn't have kept becoming and being the advocate that I am. But the platform that it gave me, I mean, when you say talk about things that are worth it is worth so many more millions of dollars maybe anything that I could have made. But he did, by the way, by a helicopter when we were there and I took his first solo flight. I got to tell you, and he just made fun of me. He wants some of this money. I love that. Full circle. All right, before we transition out of this industry, I got a few kind of like rapid fire things that was curious about. The one was your Emmy Award. Do people like if you win an Emmy or an Oscar or something like that or Tony like you're nominated? Do you actually get a compensation for that? Or is that just a resume builder that makes you more in demand? There's no money compensation. I want my Emmy when I was in Nebraska, shooting a movie with Jessica Lang that you were referring to earlier. And I was at a motel 6 and it was right after I had stopped the soap because I was going to go and be a designer. And then there was like, oh, I got an offer with Jessica Lange. Talk about open doors. I'll go. So I'm doing all pioneers and I'm in Nebraska and I'm watching the Emmys, and I win. And I'm eating a cheese where I have a cheeseburger in my mouth. And I win..

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"emmy award" Discussed on Trading Secrets

Trading Secrets

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Trading Secrets

"Making that money. Welcome back to another episode of trading secrets. Today we are joined by two of my friends, none other than the inspiring bald badass herself and her good friend, fellow podcast, co host of better together at CEO of the Duffy co Heather Duffy. And you ready for this? I got some, I got some stuff for you here. And got her right here we go. Let's pump your tires a little bit. And got her start on soap opera another world. She made her film debut in 1990 threes an ambush of ghosts in 2002 she made her Broadway debut. Her performance of the 2004 movie Gracie's choice received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for best supporting actress and her acting in the Broadway show 20th century earned her a Tony Award nomination for best actress in a play. All along the way, she has played influential role in history on moving the needle for the LGBTQ rights. She faced many career highlights and setbacks that she discusses in her book titled call me crazy a memoir. And we're excited to hear all about them and have this dynamic tool on. And how to thank you so much for being here today. My tires are inflated. It is a pleasure to be here. This has some things I didn't know. And I write your comments. I damn welcome guaranteed that she does not know what the heck Gracie's choice is. I do. I have to tease her sometimes Jason because she is well, you know, before she became my business partner, she was my PR and I teaser because she knows about as many of my movies as I do. But that band to write there is exactly what I want to start off with, 'cause that dancer that everyone just heard is exactly what I heard and I heard that. So Caitlyn was on Dancing with the Stars with Anne. And I heard what they would have to do with Zoom calls because you couldn't beat in person. And I would hear you two take it over the meetings, having so much fun, and I'll never forget, it was a Disney themed night. And Anne had a simple wine and you're talking about how you guys need the Mickey gloves and you got all these ideas. And I'm just laughing at your grandchildren back and forth. Heathers taking the right away from Ann. So tell me about your partnership. How did it start when you were on the show? What was it like as a friends and business partnership, break it down for me? In your lifetime, how challenging has it been for you to actually have a business partner or let someone into your personal situation like that, knowing how many people are probably out there trying to get a cut, trying to find an angle trying to use you as a stepping stone. And what was your process like to vet all these people out of your life? Well, it was difficult because I was raised in an upgrading that was very poor. And I think one of the things they were very many complications about my life would be able to read about in the book. But the fact of the matter is I ended up as a homeless child when I was 12 years old with my family. And the reason that I say that is to really deposit and understand there was 0% guidance in my life. I was raised in a cult, so the only book that I could read was the Bible. And I was then taken through so many different moves in my life..

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Waiting for the Next Emmy Diversity Scandal

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Waiting for the Next Emmy Diversity Scandal

"Let's talk about the 2021 Emmy Award nominations. Which by the way, I don't know if you've been reading. They showed major in improvements in recognizing the contributions of black talent, people of color talent, black performers, what a strong showing at the creative arts ceremonies. But a lot of black folks think, well, this upswing was more of a wrecking ball when nominees of color failed to win in most categories. In fact, it didn't win an all 12 major acting feels. I mean, last year, four of the 12 main categories were won by black actors, but not this year. So there must be a big fucking scandal brewing, right?

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Emmy ratings up to 7.4 million viewers this year

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Emmy ratings up to 7.4 million viewers this year

"The ratings for the Emmy awards are in this year's Emmy awards provided something that all television award shows desperately need a sign that viewers have not completely lost interest in watching the Sunday broadcasts increased its viewing audience something that is rare for a televised award show these days Nielsen reports seven point four million people watch that is a significant uptick from the six point one million who watched last year's socially distanced affair where some winners had their trophies delivered to them by people in hazmat suits the other good news Sunday's total also surpassed the twenty nineteen audience of six point nine million I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"emmy award" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on /Film Daily

"But you know besides that. I i was pretty pleased with you. Know the shows that did win. I'm a big fan. I haven't seen the crown My girlfriend loves the crown though. And of course it's a show that you can't stop hearing about its with winds endless awards in everyone's always excited when a new season comes along But yeah but besides that i would say you know the awards You know did go to mostly deserving shows although the one i will say that this is kind of it's kind of annoying to me on some level yet but it it's weird to me that hamilton walked away with an emmy. Oh yeah i was gonna ask you about that. Because i remember hamilton. Getting a lot of awards in that show you know. It came out several years ago it was filmed. The filmed version was was shot in like twenty fifteen twenty sixteen or something in the movie version hit disney plus last year and then instead of being nominated for oscars it got sort of shunted over to the emmys and there's been a lot of talk about like category fraud like the. Yeah it's i mean it's a stage production that was intended to be released in movie theaters. Now it won a couple. Emmy's yeah so so. What exactly did hamilton wings. I know it had a lot of nominations And it sounded like it. You know Several months ago people were like oh. Yeah hamilton's probably gonna sweep because it's such a big deal but then it sounds like that show or movie on whatever weird inbetween thing you want to call. It didn't really Like sweep the way. Some people thought it might. Yeah so one of the big award. That one was variety prerecorded. It'd beat out. The likes of dave chapelle and bo burnham's lamb comedy specials The friends reunion the west wing special. That was a benefit benefit for voting and david burns american utopia which similarly was a recorded performance from broadway as well but Where they really lost out. Where all the acting awards. Because a lot of the main cast members were nominated for awards including lin-manuel miranda and leslie odom junior for their lead roles As well as a five different supporting nominations as well and they didn't win any of those. And i think the biggest problem with that is you're talking about in the supporting actor category. You have three people from hamilton and actress. You have to and so you're going to split all those votes up from people anyone who's loves hamilton by picking. You know one of those actors so it only makes sense that none of them walked away with any of the trophies they were nominated for so and so you're you know you're left with still a pretty decent emmy but i'm just You know. I just don't know that the emmys was the place for hamilton to try and get a few more awards. It's like you. You have so many. Tony's already like do you really need this emmy right. Yeah so sort of jumping off of what you're just talking about about potentially splitting the categories and. I don't want this to sound. Like i don't okay so let me back up. A second michaela. Cole won an emmy for writing for a limited or in algae series or movie and for. I may destroy the show that she. Hbo series that she made Which is an incredible show. I i've talked about it in a previous version of the watercooler. I think i wrote about it on the quarantine string or the daily stream now so that michaela one in that category she was going up against Mayor of east towns Brad ingles the queen's gambit scott frank in three different episodes of one division that were written by different people. So i'm wondering if part of the reason that one division and maybe the man the lorient didn't perform quite as well as they would have otherwise is because of some of that category stacking or whatever you wanna call it like a jamming a bunch of different options into the same category and potentially having the the voters split based on the particular episode that they liked the most. When you make that. Do you think there's any validity there. Yeah i think that's entirely possible to With the multiple nominations for the same show always end up splitting people. Especially when you know in the directing and writing categories. you're talking about having two different episodes So somebody who made love the show is gonna have to pick between one or the other episode and so that that split ends up hurting you in the long run so yeah granted. I'm not necessarily sure you'd be able to take down something like the crown anyway just because already has so many fans and people loving the the quality of that show so who knows yeah So i think we've touched on most of the big storylines a lot of the big winners and stuff Were there any other like big moments. Maybe from the ceremony or other categories that you were sort of like personally invested in brad. That either went your way or didn't go your way i. I'm always happy to see saturday. Night live Get some love granted. It was a little bit weird since there weren't really there wasn't really a big sketch series category this year. It was a very small competition so saturday night. Live coming up on. Top was not necessarily a big surprise You know there were two tributes to denote. Mcdonald's leaking saturday night live since he recently passed away which was also a nice touch but yeah otherwise..

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"emmy award" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Business right and so for investors i mean anytime you can see a business where they can. They can use their scale to essentially produce a whole new business. I mean that's just that's just you gotta you gotta you gotta own. Those businesses right and so with amazon is not just retail. I mean and it's not just cloud right. I mean it's advertising as well. I mean there's a lot of different stuff and it's entertainment. it's content. So i think for me to me just reiterates. The power of amazon scale it represents their ability to recognize a large market opportunity in a way for them to participate in it in it. It's clearly paying off one of the things. This reminded me of was brad. Stones book came out earlier this year amazon bound and when i talked with him for motley fool money. One of the things we talked about was jeff bezos. I think it was. I think it was twenty sixteen. Jeff bezos approving the. Move to say. Okay we're going to put these ads on top of the organic search results and how that sort of with that move that cuts. You know against the thing that as i said for years. Which is you know. we're we're we're obsessed with our customers. We you know we we wake up. I wake up in fear of our customers and it's like okay. You're obsessed with your customers but clearly there's a price at which you're willing to be a little less obsessed. Yeah i mean maybe so that. I guess it just depends on how you view that from a customer's perspective. I mean someone who uses amazon a decent bit. I liked being able to search and find something in having those recommendations coming up to the very top it does. It does make it a little bit easier and something like for example. I went in there earlier today. Just just to just sort of just test it out. And i searched batteries. The interesting thing i think is because you get there you get your normal battery players duracell in energizer or whatnot. But the neat thing about amazon's business they can create sort of a sense of false scarcity when they want to with certain product lines take batteries for example because amazon basics. Now right i mean amazon basics and they basically can place that wherever they want the search results because the amazons and so amazon basic shows up there and like the top three. And that's just by virtue then putting it there but it can create a little bit of a sense of false scarcity with the other advertisers. Who want to compete in listened. Batteries are batteries for the most barney on basics. We get them they work. Well you're energizer of the world are still going to want to compete with that. So they're gonna pay up a little bit for for that placement and they can afford to do so nothing wrong with that in it's actually resulting in what is turning out to be a robust little a little business here. Remember how we talked about with google for so long when google is making the shift from desktop to mobile and we would see that the cost per click kept on coming down because the value of the click on mobile. Just wasn't worth as much as it was on desktop. At the time will amazon's witnessing this unique scenario here with the cost of the cost per click is actually going up. The cost of the cost per click for amazon search advertising..

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"emmy award" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"It's monday september twentieth walk into market fully. I'm chris with me today. Jason moser good to see the enthusiasm started the week i know..

The 'Best in Television' Emmy Awards Have Been Announced

NPR News Now

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

The 'Best in Television' Emmy Awards Have Been Announced

"Emmy awards for the best in television have been handed out in los angeles. Net flicks is the crown won. Best drama and at flexes the queen's gambit one best limited series actor jason. Today is one best lead comedy actor for his role in the apple. Tv plus show ted lasso about family. The is about mentors and teachers. The shows about teammates. And i wouldn't be here without those three. The winner of the emmy for best actress in a comedy series was jean smart for her role in the hbo series hacks actor and choreographer debbie allen. Received the governor's award this for her distinguished career of that also includes

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Emmys: ‘Crown,’ ‘Lasso,’ ‘Queen’s Gambit,' Streaming Triumph

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Emmys: ‘Crown,’ ‘Lasso,’ ‘Queen’s Gambit,' Streaming Triumph

"This year's Emmy awards are in the books and for one show and one streaming service the ceremony was a crowning success it was the favorite to win for best drama and other awards but you wouldn't know that by the reaction of a livia Colman when she won Best Actress for her performance in the crown I did put money on that not happening after being the odds on favorite to capture the drama watch the Netflix series came through and then some sweeping the entire field of drama acting awards not only did Netflix score with the crown it also captured a series win for the queen's gambit between those two shows in the top comedy Ted lasso which is on apple TV streaming services show they've grabbed a position of prominence in the TV industry I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"emmy award" Discussed on Borne the Battle

Borne the Battle

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Borne the Battle

"The sixteen appointees are experience subject matter experts and will advise secretary on department policies and procedures to eliminate sexual assault and harassment and va facilities to read the names and the bios good records of the press release at va dot gov slash o. p. a. boards last press rafael. Alright this week's interview is a marine veteran. Who is a primetime emmy award. Winning fully artist or is work on. Elena of avlor is also done work as a fully artists audio mixer. An artist's work for other disney and netflix animated. Shows is if you look at his. Imdb since he started his new career and yes for him. It's a relatively new career. The list includes animated franchises like looney tunes. Land before time. Barbie transformers the crudes. Tom and jerry legos wisdom avaz. Where's waldo venus verb curious. George scooby doo.

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Streaming Platforms Dominated the 2021 Emmys

the NewsWorthy

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Streaming Platforms Dominated the 2021 Emmys

"As expected streaming platforms dominated. Last night's emmy awards. Netflix was the network with the most wins. In fact netflix says the crown was the nights. Biggest winner overall. It won seven awards including best drama series as well as best lead actor and actress in a drama on the comedy side apple. Tv's ted lonzo won for best series and it brought in three other awards as well. Like best lead actor in a comedy. That was a first emmy for jason. Today's best lead actress in a comedy though. Went to jean smart for hbo's hacks rupaul. Also made history by winning the most emmys ever by a person of color when ru paul's drag race won best competition series for a fourth straight year and cedric. The entertainer hosted the ceremony making him only the second solo black host in the event's history.

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The 2021 Emmys Are Here

WMAL Programming

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

The 2021 Emmys Are Here

"Tonight for the annual primetime Emmys. Cedric the Entertainer host, the 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards with Netflix, The Crown and Disney Plus is Star Wars series. The Mandalorian leading the pack with 24 nominations. Each one division received 23 nominations, while the Handmaid's Tale and Saturday night Live, tied for third with 21 mentions back home with

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Ep 142: How Kindness and Community Empower Todays Nonprofit Leaders (with guest John Hoffman) - test

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

07:59 min | 1 year ago

Ep 142: How Kindness and Community Empower Todays Nonprofit Leaders (with guest John Hoffman) - test

"Came to twenty twenty one kind of annoyed annoyed that nonprofit leaders and their remarkable heroics in twenty twenty didn't get the spotlight or the recognition. They deserved we all fussed. In twenty twenty about the dearth of leadership in our society. I think folks just looking in the wrong place overlooking leaders around this country who educate advocate feed the hungry provides shelter bring beauty through the arts lead congregations to help us keep the faith all of these people right here in front of our eyes. I see it every day and it makes me kind of angry that others don't or worse still. We talked about staff board. Volunteers of these nonprofits the backbone of our society we talk about these people as nice. Nice really rubs me the wrong way. It feels really pass to me now. Kindness is a word. I can brace but i don't know that i had ever spent that much time thinking about the distinction between the two until i watched a documentary on amazon prime the film. The antidote offered me an aha moment. And i just love a good moment is i learned that the reason i embrace the word kindness is that implies action it requires commitment and in this documentary. We see through stories. Beautifully told by my friend and six time emmy winner. John hoffman the kindness. M- may be thought of as something gentle but it has real strength. John says that kindness is a weapon for change. One of the heroes. He's spotlights in the film. Says quote kindness is a practice. Kindness is a stance end quote. And so today. I want you to meet my friend and john. He and i both know this to be true. Kindness may not be the ultimate antidote. And it's not actually something special you can drop into any community at any time and find it blossoming and you'll find those leaders who are practicing it every day. John's journey developing idea and bringing it to life is as instructive and as inspiring is the film. What's up. I feel lucky. Indeed to be able to introduce you to my friend. John and grateful that he's game to share his story with you. Greetings welcome to nonprofits her messy. I'm your host joan. Gary founder the nonprofit leadership lab where we help smaller nonprofits thrive. I'm also a strategic advisor for executive directors and boards of larger nonprofits. I'm a frequent keynote. Speaker blogger an author on all things leadership and management learn. More at joan gary dot com. I'm a one with a mission to fuel. The leadership of the nonprofit sector my goal with each episode is to dig deep into an issue. I know the nonprofit leaders are grappling with finding just the right person to offer you advice and insights. Today is no exception. John hoffman is a six time emmy award winning filmmaker whose most recent films include rancher farmer fisherman which premiered at the sundance film festival in january twenty seventeen and out of many one which premiered at the new york film festival followed by net flex in two thousand eighteen much. John's work as a filmmaker has focused on the key. Health issues of our time including the weight of the nation addiction and the alzheimer's project all on. Hbo and i in human on discovery. A six hour series set in the world's largest research hospital. The nih is building ten. In addition to making films. John has also been a network executive. He was the adp of docs specials for discovery. From twenty fifteen to two thousand eighteen and After nearly two decades as vp of documentary programming at hbo not in john's by is that he was instrumental. In persuading me that i needed to leave corporate america and become a nonprofit executive director. He may take some degree of pride in that. But it is far exceeded by the gratitude. I feel for what became a complete personal and professional transformation for me so john welcome and i am just not sure i can ever repay you for the art of press. Suasion was on display during a lovely brunch at our home so many years ago. Hi john john really wonderful to be with you. I am so out of you and all that you have accomplished in the time that we've known each other But the the tremendous evolution of your sort of career. You're you're on understanding end leadership in the not so My hat to you for all. You're doing that seems. Seems like you go have a piece of my hat. So so let's pick up your story about the making of this film from the point at which you and your team became kind of hyper focused on this world kindness and how you might explore it in a documentary. I guess you kinda define it. I why don't you tell us about the process. Well in in the two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen but bearing much In i was Very disturbed as so. Many people were by the growing distance in the country. An outright hatred that was expressed in so many ways in the country and i had the incredible good fortune of having a relationship with A nonprofit health system called dignity health. They had funded in a very generous way some public health that i was doing when i left. Hvo when i created a nonprofit media company called the topic good projects and i was with the ceo of dignity house and their model is hello human kindness and i was having a very interesting conversation with him and senior leadership about the strong commitment as a nonprofit helped brighter kindness and our authentic was and i said would you ever consider doing the documentary becomes and lighting and that led to were conversation and eventually led just on that word to them giving principal funding for what became the antidote total editorial control. It was literally confidence in me to make a film on that. Were not a big risk now. Really not big risks. And so i put together a small team. I found a remarkable co director cooperman. Who was nominated for the kennedy award for short film. She did hojo's violin. Beautiful beautiful short documentary and we started on jer. We read everything we could about compassionate empathy decency putt from art and poetry in economics and political theory and evolution. We found absorbs so much and we quickly came to the realization that the world does not need any more exploration random next is that there's so many media platforms that on. Social media is love stories of random acts. We

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Ed Asner, Award-Winning Actor Who Played Lou Grant, Dies at 91

WGN Programming

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Ed Asner, Award-Winning Actor Who Played Lou Grant, Dies at 91

"Legendary actor Ed Asner is dead, his family says a 91 year old best known for his character, Lou Grant, on the Mary tell our more Shero died surrounded by loved ones. Asner won several Emmy Awards for playing grand on the Mary Tyler Moore Show, and then later on his own TV show. Lou

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"emmy award" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

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"emmy award" Discussed on Borne the Battle

Borne the Battle

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Borne the Battle

"I am probably just getting back into the studio at the time. This episode drop but This is a one man band and and some interns don't want to discredit them. They do amazing. Work could do the show without them. But i can't turn this show around on a dime. It takes a little bit to get an episode out. So we got another rewind for you this week again warned about every wiser not normal episodes no responses to reviews no news releases. This week they will. We will start that up again when we back when we are back to our regularly scheduled programming but with all the borne the battle reliance reach a bit. And bring you some interviews from the archives from the early days of the podcasts. And let's revisit them last week. We went back to the very first interview of the podcast. This week will go to the very first interview. I ever conducted podcasting and just like anything else in life when you start. Something like like a podcast. You're doing it for a couple of years. You go back you you kinda you kinda get better as you go along you go back to the very first episode ingle man. I wish i could really do redo that one and give the justice that it deserves. Well that's what. We're doing marine corps veteran rick robinson is one of my greatest mentors in my primary field video production and in life in general when he came home to the marine corps till he video production here at headquarters marine corps as a civilian. I learned more from him. I learned more from him in one week than i did. My first eight years. In the marine corps. He is a primetime. Emmy award winning recipient and cinematography and worked and worked extensively as a cemetery for in l. a. On many films in the biz that you probably know films like back to the future. Part two coming to america harlem nights. He was also a semi talker for in the music industry in videos and on tour with the likes of michael jackson. Whitney houston paul. Mccartney i mean do i even need go on. He is again marine corps veteran. Rick robinson i'm proud to say a great friend. And what am i greg. Mentors and i'm happy to be able to bring you.

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"emmy award" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Laugh as of darrow curse falls but the dirty south boys go down south. Make the most of each moment with an exceptionally capable toyota. Suv like the wrath for trt offroad toyota. Let's go places. Nominations were announced yesterday for the seventy third emmy awards and here. We go. steve. Anthony anderson for blackish tracy ellis ross for blackish reggae gene. Page for richardson. We all learned him sterling k. Brown this is us. Billy porter pose journey small at for lovecraft county or lovecraft country Best drama jared. Ernie sister journey smallest sister very stern. Oh i thought you said just back to lovecraft country. I love that. Show all right best comedy. Blackish other show nominees. Include the flight attendant. Love that show to the crown and lovecraft country The seventy third. Emmy steve will be hosted by your boy. One of the kings of comedy. Entertainer that's major. That is going to be good. You know it all right. Well the seventy third emmys will be hosted by like a said cedric. The entertainer september nineteenth. On the as congratulations for me. You're going to be watching. Stephen new york only watch show he meant award. Show you watch award. Show watch one of the nominations one of watery can't win on. I say something about him being black in and he never mentioned like anybody daniell jones. Try to kill him. He came to the ball where all the single men came. All the white girl wounded. Mostly he walked through the party like he'll nobody. I was just clown running through how to gab. Black back over next to. I'll be next to every you because they didn't make a big deal out of everyone they never mentioned on the show. Yeah that's you could see it. You know i was mad at his dad. Oh my own black. i've out. i drew a black. I bought it up in bridget. Back the way dan treated treat newboy like that for joe. Ugly cute man. I'll i'll daddy he wouldn't. I'll tell you what if you look like your daddy. You wouldn't have been a hit at the ball. I can tell you that right now. Did you see their wego white. We look like y'all fit code on all right. Have smile more something. Don't you couldn't just be the ball. Leave white folks in here looking. You ain't even have to be got on off your horse. You should have bought the horsey on crazy coming to the party in your house. I looked better. You should wrote his in here in little detail on that whole true. K thank you. This is andrew with the news. Well on this the twenty first day after the collapse of that seaside condo building just north of miami beach now ninety five bodies have been from the rubble mayor. Danielle eleven cava said that it remains an intense immense arduous task. we've narrowed over eighteen million pounds of concrete and debris and eight hundred ninety. Two trucks have come through the site transporting the debris a lot. Authorities are now searching for some fourteen other missing people so far eighty. Five of the bodies have been positively identified a grand jury investigation also underway into the partial collapse of the champlain. Tower south building president biden and addressing an audience in philadelphia yesterday said voting rights for all americans is the fundamental test of our time. His quote and federal legislation is needed now to counter efforts by republican led states to restrict access to voting especially by minorities. Mr biden said it's a nationwide movement which he calls a twenty-first-century jim crow assault and although he didn't mention donald trump by name. He did suggest that. This whole movement was founded on the ex-president's big lie. Mercker if you lose except the results you follow the constitution. You try again. You don't call facts fake then. Try to bring down the american determine just because you're unhappy. Mr biden's comments came as democratic state. Lawmakers from texas left that state yesterday so the gop colleagues a couldn't have the number legislators needed to officially pass a bill that greatly restricts access to voting in the longhorn state. A lot of people felt this was coming The shakeup in haiti the top security officials at the presidential palace in the wake of that brutal assassination of the country's president one of the big questions was always how did how did colombian murderers enter his private residence so easily and why none of his security detail was killed or even injured more than two dozen assassin storm choices joe moist home killing him and wounding the first lady who still in the florida hospital right now eighteen colombians to haitian americans and a haitian doctor. Who's been living in. Florida are in custody. Some other suspects still at large finally a mural honoring the late rapper d. m. x. unveiled outside his childhood home in yonkers new york yesterday the mural features of course the likeness of the famous rapper. And after i from his song look through my eyes and a whole lot of people on on on on on the outside waiting and singing with his music. Amx earl simmons died last april of heart attack at age fifty. Now back to steve harvey morning show. You're listening to steve harvey morning. Show the been thinking about mcdonald's all day can't get it off my mind i can already toast it. Got my mind on my mouth and my mouth ready for some mickey days deal. There's a deal for every moment at mcdonald's right now get to of your favorites for just three fifty makes magic classic chicken a hot and spicy mcchicken or juicy mcdonnell price. Participation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal single item at regular price. I'm tampering bridget. And i'm adrienne. 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"emmy award" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"To run out. They had to sell the last cold chain. Dake dates from money lenders. At very high interest rate some women left behind just randomly because they could not go some began to talk of suicide. Some have committed suicide so depending because we really bad for victims of sex trafficking and they children. I think that is extremely important. Information that you outline the about populations many of us may not even think about that are being affected in such a deleterious man are but i wanna go to the formation of up night up in some of the story around that because dan we can speak to one nine meals on. It's important even more. But i you're a journalist and you're traveling. You're a paul and you start. Scores of villages would missing girls. And so i wanted to hear more about how the documentary the selling of innocence. Which you produced in nineteen ninety six and by the way congratulations. You want an emmy award for it. But i want you to tell me just a bit more about how that journey began. I was a journalist at that time. And i was walking through the hills of nippon looking at how villages manage the natural resources. Ben i came across rows of villages with missing guns and of course my journalist instinct to cova announced the man who was sitting playing cards drinking tea sitting in the sun where these guys will. In some of the men were haas died but few unsold and they said boom to know the orlando bombie. Now bombay was like fourteen hundred kilometers and these villages was so remote that even the hy-vee was far for them. So i was curious and i thought how can so many people be in bombay. I began to follow the trine. And i found to my haro. The flesh trade existed in my lifetime my generation my country that was a smooth supply chain of traffickers from these remote villages in the hills of nevada. Into the of bombay. There was the local village. Procurer who could be Niba and uncle was drawn sport a drunk driver. Who will put these guys into these trucks and buses. That was the corrupt border. Guide would allow guns to be taken across the border. Smuggled on the other side were large. Keep us in india who took these goods for two or three days in very shabby rooms. Be dentist off them. Drug them till liberty to do anything and then. These girls were handed over to another set of transporters traffickers who would take them to the pim's of the broncos in bombay calcutta and sell them as low as one hundred dollars two hundred dollars and then these girls would be handed over to brought the managers locked up for the next five years and raped by eight or ten customers a night..

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"emmy award" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks

Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on Higher Journeys with Alexis Brooks

"It wasn't until Sebastian was diagnosed. And i had that moment. Where i felt the earth was opening up underneath my feet and i was about to sink into this dark dark hole or at least i wished i could. When i heard the words he has a lethal immune deficiency. He might not live past thirty years old. The only cares a bone marrow transplant Which has a serious risk of a as. Well all of these words that i had to take in for my beautiful son that was sitting there at only five months old Words can express devastating. That was emmy award. Winning producer news veteran miguel sancho he'd seen and covered it all the stealthy gritty to unbelievable to be true stories that he'd researched meticulously and delivered to national television audiences for years. That was his bailiwick a world. He was all too familiar with or so. He thought that is until something brought the reality of true drama into his own life after he and his wife believes received devastating news but their signed had a rare and potentially lethal disease. Real-life suddenly hit a sobering. Turn on the road for them. The couple immediately went into unimaginable. Overdrive done a winding path of uncertainty. An angst but with faith in tow and allegiant of along the way they made it through and as a result a miracle would be in the offing. This real life tale more than you can handle a rare disease a family in crisis and the cutting edge medicine that cured the incurable documents. This labyrinth reality in all of its twists turns and lessons that miguel felicia and their family endured a story. All families need to hear miguel sancho. Along with his wife felicia morton joined me to put their amazing journey on the record and to let others know who are grappling with their own struggles in the face of illness that faith coupled with an open heart and affair dose of humility can conquer even the most challenging.

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"emmy award" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"emmy award" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Are you listening Emmy Award winning host and journalist Carlos Watson. It may not feel like it, but we've been here before, and it's up to us to lead the way Resetting America, Carlos Watson said. L a Times says This is what true discussions should look like. If we're gonna do bold things. We've got to have old conversation. Good morning. America says this show is changing the conversation before ever gonna reset America That time is now watch the Carlos Watson show on YouTube. Please take precautions, their life threatening conditions. So many events, ideas that everyone gets access to medical care. So many stories don't like shut down. Still think the time is very strong. Capitalism has not always existed in the world. So much information and it will not always exist in the world Every every day. 24 7, We're gonna announce Sanctioned benefit would have a new birth of freedom. Use live. The American people want this Use radio 6 10 double Y o. D. Self Florida's official severe weather station is news radio 6 10 w Y. O D You're listening to Russia's Week in review. Welcome Back, folks. It's great to have you here, Rush Limbaugh pushing forward yet another day broadcast excellence. On the Rush Limbaugh program. Telephone number 800 to 822882. Okay, There's two never things going on if we go by the headlines. First up is a story about the Illinois Republican Congress. Man. His name is Adam Kinzinger, and he has been anti Trump.

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