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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

04:50 min | 2 months ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

"And that's actually really interesting because when you think about what's going on here it's a completely different set of retailers and people that you need to start a partnering with rather than just restaurants but it's highly highly synergistic with their restaurant delivery service. Hey gang it's tuesday may twenty fifth eric and listeners. Welcome to the behind the numbers daily. The mocked punk ass made possible by v. Tech's on marcus and today i'm joined by a familiar voice. We joined by eric hagstrom. Of course who is one of the most senior costing analysts. Hey thanks very is yet Pleasure thanks for joining today's.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

02:35 min | 8 months ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

"They are massive in there a lot larger than anyone else in the video space at a couple billion dollars net mun roughly double that in gross terms before revenue sharing payments. This is a service that is a lot larger than many people probably think. Hey gang it's tuesday november twenty fourth. Ross eric and listeners. Welcome to the behind the numbers daily. Podcast i'm executive producer. Marcus johnson. i'm joined by two folks. We have with us forecasting analyst. Eric hagstrom thanks for having me markus. Hello the eric joins by tv and video. Senior analyst is ross banish. Marcus hey chap today's topic the streaming wars what the video universe looks like the ever growing streaming video universe can be tough to wrap your head around with so many services semi competing in the space. It's hard to know how to look at the landscape. That's what we are going to try and help with today. A first we're going to finish evaluating the video streaming platforms prime video. Hbo max apple tv plus cbs. All access which is soon gonna be paramount. Plus peacock for universal and youtube is well we covered net flicks and disney plus lost those day. They had their own separate episodes. So check out that episode if you guys want for for those two streaming services but we're going to cover the rest of them and then talk about how they will fit into the streaming universe. We're going to start with prime video. Emarketer that the number of amazon prime video view will reach hundred thousand million this year. That would be a twenty two percent growth this year foster than the fourteen percentage grew twenty. Nineteen when you look engagement. Though net flicks viewers watch an hour a day of net flicks youtube. You as will spend over forty minutes. A day on youtube amazon prime viewers a little under twenty five minutes a day and so gents given its lower levels of engagement. Is it still fair to give amazon prime video the silver medal in the video streaming games even if it does have the second highest number in times of us is still second place in your eyes. I think it kind of depends on how you are looking at the market. If you're a pure play media company like netflix and your subscription revenue..

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Com. This is Bloomberg markets. In a moment, we're going to be speaking with Sarah Pontiac. She has a wonderful story out on the Bloomberg that we need. Thio dissect with her will also be speaking this half hour to Joe No Sarah on his column. Google should learn from Microsoft's tough lesson first. That's gotta be worth business Flash from Greg Money stock, sir, but our off earlier highs. Treasuries sliding alongside the dollar speculation watching lawmakers will make progress on those talks for stimulus legislation. Netflix reported earnings that missed analyst estimates. Subscriber growth slowed during the summer months. Boon from the pandemic, maybe starting to ease off, Eric Hagstrom, forecasting analyst for eMarketer tells Bloomberg. But he believes there is still room for growth through that growth, though, is internationally are investing in new original to really help grow their base International, But in some of their more developed market like us, they are going happen Dr. Revenue growth by driving prices higher. And they do have a significant amount of pricing power despite the competition, But again, subscriber growth could be a lot slower moving forward in the more developed market. Netflix is down 6.2%. We checked the markets every 15 minutes, Right? Pretty baby s and D is up a half a percent up 16. The Dow's up 4/10 of a percent of 110 from the NASDAQ's Up. 67% Up 66 the 10 Years down, 7 30. Seconds to Yield 300.8% West Texas Intermediate crude oil's down 1.6% off 41 05 a barrel with comics gold up 9/10 of a percent of 1930 to 30 announced the dollar yen. 1/45 the euro dollar 18 70 for the British found developed 31 40. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Brett Jerry. You're listening to Bloomberg markets with Bonnie Quinn and pole Sweeney on Bloomberg Radio to die aggress for just a tiny second and invoked the memory of Ken Pruitt, who used to be a wonderful anchor here on Bloomberg Radio. He is to distinguish In the modern economy and the older economy by talking about things that you can pull out of the ground in terms of what companies are doing Well, Sarah Contact who joins me in studio now has a version of that idea in a fantastic story today where she talks about the epic s and P 500 rally being powered by assets you can't see or touch. Sarah gives it a rundown of what goes on there. Well, thank you very much funny. The idea behind this is really that all year long. We constantly hear about tech, outperforming tech out performance, and the reality is that cova 19 sure it has sped this up. But this has been a friend for a very long time and in speaking with professors, researchers, economist One thing that you can really trace this back to is the difference between intangible assets and tangible assets. So intangible assets being those things that you cannot see you cannot touch. Think of them. As a brand name like the iPhone, For example, or data collected on people algorithms software. Even you can think about it in the sense of a vaccine being created all the RND that does go into that. It's all considered. Intangible, and it's not recorded on a company's balance sheet. So an import Amon Institute, they put out a report back in 2018. It was recently cited by Bank of America by Carlisle. This has really become a topic of conversation and what they found the way that they did. This was they took total S and P 500 market cap. And they subtracted out what's called tangible book value. Then they said, everything else will. That's due to intangible assets, which represented 84% of the S and P 500. Now there are some discrepancies here about how you can actually go about calculating this, and it's really difficult because so touchy feely and accounting measures really aren't that great surrounding this? But, yes, you have to take into account that what we see in the length of market cap in that gap is also due to projected earnings from both tangible intangible assets. But the reality is that growth is an intangible assets has just been astronomical over the past two decades over the past decade in particular, and now sped up by cove in 19, and that has extreme implications for the economy in the labor market, too. Of course, how you value these assets is what's important or how investors value them. I should say some of these air just runs some of them as you say, or, you know, intellectual property and so on. Some of them produce revenue. Others absolutely don't right. There are many implications of this often spoken about is what this means for value investing. There is a large question about if this is the reason why I value seems to be quote unquote dead. Why value hasn't been able to out perform. Is it the reality? That value. Investors are missing this key input of intangible assets. Bank of America, for example, had a recent report on this and they created their value intangibles basket where they incorporated intangibles. Into value investing, and they got much better returns. There's also a Valu E T F, for example, that holds Amazon and the reason that it holds Amazon is because they do take into account intangible value. But when you think about the macro economic effects of this and the macro economic implications when you think about a company With a lot of intangible assets. For example, a software company. There's a lot of R and D research and development that goes into this. But once the software is created, or once a vaccine is created, for example, they have immense scale and you don't need to many people working to keep that scale growing to keep software being issued to many different people to many different companies, for example, saying with a vaccine having administered Around the world. So what people wonder, and what the proof has shown. Is that aside from the growth of intangible assets alongside it, I should say we've also seen slower labor market recoveries. Because if you think in the olden days, if you think with oil wells in factories, he needed a lot of people to really power, thes tangible assets well with intangible assets..

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:13 min | 9 months ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And I'm Karyn Moscow and Treasuries are dropping alongside the dollar amid speculation that Washington lawmakers have made some progress on a stimulus package to be financed by trillion dollar. Borrowing. Futures, meanwhile, have turned higher. We check the markets every 15 minutes Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg SNP futures up 4.5 points down Futures up 20 NASDAQ futures Up 13 the decks in Germany's down 6/10 of a percent 10 Year. Treasury down 7 30 seconds, pointed 1% in the yield on the two year 20.14% Nynex crude oil's down 1.5% or 61, cents at 41 09 a barrel Comex gold is up 3/10 percent, or $5.80 in 1921 20 announced the euro, 1.18 for seven against the dollar. British found 1.3053 In the end isn't one of 4.93. And that's a Bloomberg business Flash. Now here's Michael Bar with more what's going on around the world. Michael Karen President Trump will be out on the campaign trail in North Carolina today. As for the Democratic nominee, Joe Biden, He is getting ready for tomorrow night's debate. Rule change will mute the candidates microphones during their initial answers to questions biting calls the change a good idea. You can hear Thursday's debate live coverage on Bloomberg beginning At 8 30 PM Wall Street time. Even as public attention of focuses on the Corona virus outbreak in the Midwest, the pandemic is quietly gathering force in the South. More people are hospitalized with covert 19 across the south than in any other part of the U. S. According to the covert tracking project in baseball. The Dodgers won game one of the world's Siri's over the raise Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg Quick take powered by more than 27 under journalist and analysts on more than 120 countries. Michael Bar. This is Bloomberg Naked. Alright, Michael. Thanks. We are live from the Bloomberg Interactive broker Studios where it's coming up to 5 49 on Wall Street and watching shares of Netflix in the premarket right now down about 5% after the streaming service came out with earnings that missed estimates when it comes to a new subscribers and the forecast for future subscriber growth, a sign That the post pandemic future for the streaming company may be a little more cloudy than expected a foursome insights we welcome Eric Hagstrom, forecasting analyst at E Marketer. Good to talk with you this morning, Eric. What's your takeaway from Netflix Earnings should be thinking now that this company is in a better position when viewers have fewer options and her sort of shut in Well, let's let's look at the big picture. First off, they've added more subscribers so far in the first three quarters of 2020, then they did all of last year 2018 and those were their two best years ever in terms of music. Hi, Brad In total. Now, when you look at their major markets like the U. S, where there are already over half of all household in the U. S, described Netflix and more than half You already have access to it via password sharing things like that growth in subscribers. I always love And now this is something that Netflix was cautioning against in the first half of this year, where they saw really, really strong subscriber adds worldwide, so they missed their subscriber guidance by about 300,000 drivers but again In context they have just under 200 million subscribers. So it's not a massive change against expectation. So where do you see Opportunities for growth for the company. Now is it reached a saturation point when it comes to subscriber growth. Well, there certainly is a little bit more room for growth in the U. S. In terms of subscriber growth. There still is a good amount of room internationally for subscriber growth, and they are investing in new originals and knew what Contact to really help grow their base internationally. But in some of their more developed markets like the U. S. They are going to have to drive revenue growth by driving prices higher and they do have a significant amount of pricing power despite the competition, But again, subscriber growth could be a lot slower moving forward in the more developed market. As economy start to reopen that opens the possibility for Netflix to begin ramping up production. How crucial is that for the company in terms of getting back on a firmer footing for investors? Well, ramping up production is very important for Netflix. But Netflix does produce the show's on a pretty long time line. So, according to Netflix, at least their constant relief schedule won't be affected until sometime later next year on Dis stands in stark contrast, many of their competitors like Disney or Warner Media. You work in a much shorter production timeline and are already experiencing production delays and content release place as a result. Picnic corona virus and related shutdown. So any, you know, re certain production for Netflix really won't hit their service until sometime later next year, or even in 2022, so they're pretty set for the near future, At least any sort of research and production will be very good for, you know, kind of the mid term for them. Does the restart of production raise cash burn issues for the company. I know on their call last night, they said that they're in a good position and won't have to tap capital markets in our last minute here. Do you buy that? I do To certain extent, they borrowed a significant amount of money to fund future investments in media but again You know this is a company that has been profitable on in a bit of basis for awhile, but they have had negative cash flow, and that situation has been improving with time on Daz the growth subscribers as they drive prices higher. I would expect that that free cash flow issue becomes a lot better over time. Erica Hagstrom, forecasting analyst at the market or Great to get your insights this morning after Netflix reported those earnings and as we continue to watch the shares in the premarket Seems like investors didn't like what they heard somewhat from the call Last.

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Netflix Subscriber Growth Slows Amid Heightened Competition

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:00 min | 9 months ago

Netflix Subscriber Growth Slows Amid Heightened Competition

"Of Netflix in the premarket right now down about 5% after the streaming service came out with earnings that missed estimates when it comes to a new subscribers and the forecast for future subscriber growth, a sign That the post pandemic future for the streaming company may be a little more cloudy than expected a foursome insights we welcome Eric Hagstrom, forecasting analyst at E Marketer. Good to talk with you this morning, Eric. What's your takeaway from Netflix Earnings should be thinking now that this company is in a better position when viewers have fewer options and her sort of shut in Well, let's let's look at the big picture. First off, they've added more subscribers so far in the first three quarters of 2020, then they did all of last year 2018 and those were their two best years ever in terms of music. Hi, Brad In total. Now, when you look at their major markets like the U. S, where there are already over half of all household in the U. S, described Netflix and more than half You already have access to it via password sharing things like that growth in subscribers. I always love And now this is something that Netflix was cautioning against in the first half of this year, where they saw really, really strong subscriber adds worldwide, so they missed their subscriber guidance by about 300,000 drivers but again In context they have just under 200 million subscribers. So it's not a massive change against expectation. So where do you see Opportunities for growth for the company. Now is it reached a saturation point when it comes to subscriber growth. Well, there certainly is a little bit more room for growth in the U. S. In terms of subscriber growth. There still is a good amount of room internationally for subscriber growth, and they are investing in new originals and knew what Contact to really help grow their base internationally. But in some of their more developed markets like the U. S. They are going to have to drive revenue growth by driving prices higher and they do have a significant amount of pricing power despite the competition, But again, subscriber growth could be a lot slower moving forward in the more developed market. As economy start to reopen that opens the possibility for Netflix to begin ramping up production. How crucial is that for the company in terms of getting back on a firmer footing for investors? Well, ramping up production is very important for Netflix. But Netflix does produce the show's on a pretty long time line. So, according to Netflix, at least their constant relief schedule won't be affected until sometime later next year on Dis stands in stark contrast, many of their competitors like Disney or Warner Media. You work in a much shorter production timeline and are already experiencing production delays and content release place as a result. Picnic corona virus and related shutdown. So any, you know, re certain production for Netflix really won't hit their service until sometime later next year, or even in 2022, so they're pretty set for the near future, At least any sort of research and production will be very good for, you know, kind of the mid term for them. Does the restart of production raise cash burn issues for the company. I know on their call last night, they said that they're in a good position and won't have to tap capital markets in our last minute here. Do you buy that? I do To certain extent, they borrowed a significant amount of money to fund future investments in media but again You know this is a company that has been profitable on in a bit of basis for awhile, but they have had negative cash flow, and that situation has been improving with time on Daz the growth subscribers as they drive prices higher. I would expect that that free cash flow issue becomes a lot better over time.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

07:43 min | 10 months ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast

"Hi, everyone. It's Wednesday October fourteen. Thanks for listening to the behind the numbers add top form in Emarketer podcast sponsored by New Star. I'm your host principal analysts, Nicole parents, and this is my platform to talk about advertising with some of the smartest people I know. And joining me to do that today are three people from marketers, forecasting team, all of whom just finished working on a joint project update our estimates of US spending I am joined by. Eric. hagstrom forecasting analysts. Hi. Eric. Knows Mwale. Islam junior forecasting analysts, hanes. About to be here and Peter Volley forecasting analysts. Welcome Peter Article. Thank you so much all three of you for coming on the show today to talk about our latest update to our US digital AD spending and our overall US AD spending estimates. So we take a bottom up approach to estimating digital AD spending emarketer. So I thought that we could go through some of the building blocks of our forecast and then talk about. How they add up to the whole, and then at the end, we'll talk about how digital fits into the larger context of other major media. So one of the major components of our digital ad forecast is social networks non-small. Can you go through some of the highlights of what we're expecting for the major social network and their ad revenues and why Surena go Really had a great Q. to dearly driven by direct response ads whereas a lot of alice including. US thought they might struggle because of the economic turndown we had with dependent going on and brands leaving advertising for a good bit. But surprising digits did exceptionally well, facebook on one hand they're expected to grow on Ad Revenue Point four percent for twenty twenty. That's much higher. Than what we ought to do beforehand, which is around six percent drug responsibility helped them out the added about a million new advertisers above nine hundred advertisers until now, and their top advertisers only account for about sixteen percent of advertising base. So they're doing really well instagram within it is expected to grow above thirty percent for twenty twenty so they're doing really well. Also doing what because they're release had to drive conversions for their advertisers idea even attract on brand advertisers during this stuff and we're expecting their avenue to go about sixteen percent for the year statute as well. They'RE GONNA be expected to grow about twenty percents or twenty twenty, and they're gonNA experimental latitude new type of at innovations like dynamic ads first commercial ads snatch. So they're on a good track and we're expecting twitter to want to have a little bit of a stupid decline we're seconds declined about three percent for twenty knots about seven percent by even on that. Now, they had exceptional daily active user growth there monthly daily active users increased by about thirty five percent I think for two and they just rebuilt their ad server, which is gonNA come across as a big benefit going forward Abi helped deliver in track adds a lot better, and so they'll be able to drive a bit better performance and that should lead them to have a big rebound in the next year definitely growing by twenty. Percent Growth for twenty one. So all these big while possession for this year and going forward into the future and we think they'll be driving avenues for a good for years to come. Yes. A you mentioned that a bunch of those performance advertisers were important part of kind of picking up the slack in Q. Two. When may be some brand advertisers pulled back on spending were there any particular categories either facebook or snapchat or pinterest where performance advertisers were especially active? Definitely for statute took performance advertisers such as like own fitness education food, three, mobile banking, those type of things which are really beneficial for a large population which. Jelly at home and they're not going outside and have more time to do that, and they're just GonNa definitely, take advantage of that direct response is also like Peter Gunn to this later on of course, but gaming was a big one over having more time under has a lot more time to game or just use any mobile APP for kind of fun activity in general the of those were on facebook instagram snapchat even on twitter exchanges expecting a lot more downloads with people having so much more time on their hands and you're missing the dig one. There's one more right Go ahead, you can spoil it Sayid Eric. Nods kind of buried lead there. There's also ECOMMERCE. May Have Been One of the answers look. Well we'll talk more about ECOMMERCE, in just a second but but I just want to mention the point that you made small about the number of advertisers on Facebook, and the fact that they added a million additional you when we've talked over the course of the pandemic, about kind of like what might happen at companies like facebook, we talked about how they're highly exposed to small and medium businesses which are really vulnerable in the pandemic to permanent closure but it seems like they still have you know a lot of these small longtime advertisers. So is that like a little healthier than we may be expected also? Think. So definitely like the small business that allowed the addition hat for new outside where a small business and they're really well positioned even beyond any other of social media platforms for attracting that base has they have so many different opportunities venues like you could just have a facebook account facebook page enlists all your products and this year like website their. It information immature and stuff updated there, and obviously now with the instagram being fully available and facebook shops now developing just so much there with ecommerce tools that help small businesses especially those are struggling during the pandemic having their brick and mortar stores closed down they turned to social media and faced with was there as a tool for them and I think that longtime something. That face will continue to take advantage of even with something like let's say we're not talking about right now but we know about the boycott going on even if that continues to turn into something bigger face with one platform I think doesn't have to worry about it because they know they always have that bigger base out there always attract those small business and smaller advertisers. And subdued to expand on yeah. I think just backing up with what nonsmo- was saying is this is really interesting because there's a whole base of small advertisers who facebook has really grown off of, but the same time those advertisers don't have many other places to spend their money and advertise their products given. The low minimum spends on facebook given how easy it is by. Advertising you just email address and credit card allow the other fast-growing parts of the market. These other advertisers can't really take advantage of because of higher minimum spans more complexity mean if you're trying to suddenly start sell things online right now in the middle the pandemic the lights on and you're struggling to keep everything going simplicity and ease of uses a huge huge selling. Point for facebook. Yeah, for sure. So let's go ahead and talk more about ECOMMERCE now, Eric, another one of the big pieces of our forecast in the past few years has been Amazon which became the third-biggest digital ad seller in the US back in twenty eighteen the channel shift of retail from brick and mortar to e commerce has been one of those things that was. Really accelerated by the pandemic, an Amazon as reported some incredibly strong results this year. So Eric, can you give us an update on our outlook for Amazon's AD business and also some of the new breakouts that we did.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"But Viacom CBS sold this as part of a bundle you on comedy Central, You have to buy the Smithsonian Channel and Paramount T v P. K. Kannan studies marketing at the University of Maryland. So when you do want Sto, you know, expand. Their coverage. Then they have to go to this content producers who sell things in bundles, and so their costs go up as do yours. The viewers. Eric Hagstrom with the marketer says. We're expecting them to consistently increase prices for the foreseeable future, largely because I've been pricing below cost to try to track subscribers away from traditional cable and satellite TV. Ironically, YouTube TV is facing the same problem as cable TV, the industry it was trying to disrupt what started out as Lim cheap packages are now bigger and more expensive, although cheaper than a lot of cable. Still, the question is, will people now pay more for extra channels? They may not want Markstrom says. At the end of the day, it comes down to a live sports. I think right now we're in a bit of a weird spot simply because there are no sports on TV, and the service is really their key features that they offer actress live sports, he says. Until life sports come back. People likely won't be paying extra. I'm jasmine guards for Marshall, please. Now, for the latest in our serious my economy. Today, we hear from one woman whose job it is to connect consumers with brands created by black women and women of color. And this one comes to us from London, courtesy of the BBC. My name is Janet Organa. I'm the founder of Janet's list, and what we do is we help people to discover and buy from brands by black women and women of color from the UK. About 23 years ago, when I had the idea for Janet's list when I told people about it, the reactions from black women.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"October fest has been canceled. The Bulls are not going to be running in Pamplona July festivals and events are being canceled right and left and the list just keeps getting longer back here. South by South West went away last month. The annual film Music Technology Conference was a regular on the calendar for tens of thousands of people which made a very real economic necessity for a whole lot of off tonight's marketplaces and dealer. Caught up with some of the people. They interviewed last month to see how they're holding up now about twenty miles. West of downtown Byron. Maori owner of graphics guys commutes into an all but empty office every day before the crisis his business ramped vehicles and walls with promotional material for things like movies and concerts now. He's producing different stuff. Fortunately we found a way to stay essential by making these news social distancing signs. You know we were still open banners. Please wash your hands. He says business is down seventy percent from last year. He laid off almost all of his staff. And now he's doing most of the Work Solo. He's applied for every piece of government assistance available. Something very new for him. I've been self employed for over. Twenty years. Never had asked for any type of money from the government so this is very awkward situation on the east side of town. Brent Underwood isn't worried about how awkward the situation as he applied for help from the government immediately. He owns and operates a twenty bed hostel. H. K. Austin because we only have one full time employees We got a thousand bucks which certainly appreciated but doesn't really put DAB big of Dent in our monthly expenses particularly. Since he has no bookings right now for the past month. He says the hostile has been empty. His mortgage payment on the property is a considerable expense but he says the bank is deferring as mortgage payments for three months. Then that'll help. Keep his hostile afloat for a little while. Even so I don't think we're GONNA start traveling or particularly staying in in rooms with mortal beds anytime soon so The future months is going to be going to be interesting for sure. Interesting is one way to put it but when twenty nine year old tender Elizabeth. Mathis thinks about how she's getting by a different word altogether springs to mind employment. She filed for benefits month ago. The same day she found out that have a Lena. The Bar she worked out on Austin's rainy street was closing. Its doors. The unemployment office got back to where within forty eight hours letting her know she was going to get food stamps on top of unemployment. Pay So like. I'm able to pay all my bills and luckily my landlord is like super like kind and understanding and he was like working with me that like if I needed to like pay payments. She's been spending your time taking pictures and painting trying to build up an art portfolio ultimately. She wants a job in the arts. Bartending she says was just a way to pay the bills but she admits she can't wait to get back behind the bar. If and when things began to normal hottest in Austin Texas I mean Euler for marketplace would seem on the face of it to be heady days for companies that can pipe hour after hour of content to your devices to help kill time during or simply distract from these weeks and months of quarantine and to some degree they are but there's also some peril here case in point Netflix. It said today that it's going to issue another billion dollars in debt that keep buying and making more of the content. We're all county on right now. Barring money's not new for Netflix right but with the crisis still in its early days is it sustainable dispose marketplace Jasmine Garza's that one if there's a deep dent in your couch from all the net flicks watching during quarantine. You're not alone. After many quarters of slow growth the company announced its new subscribers are double what was expected but even CEO Reed Hastings cautioned against reading too much into that. Tim Hanlin from the media. Consulting Company of our terror group agrees even read Hastings said in his call today. He expects those numbers to be relatively short-lived and will sort of tamp down as the virus plays out and people start to go back outside there are more streaming platforms than ever trying to tap into that captive quarantine audience. Meanwhile net flicks is already lost. Marquee shows like friends and will soon lose the office. And so it's been pivoting more original content kill Bask in thirty strip may have just about everything I'll it's been hit or miss but producing successful show like tiger king costs more money upfront than licensing. An old Sitcom Rahul along with Carnegie Mellon University says investors. Understand that at the end of the day this business is going to be who can make the show that people are willing to pay Netflix. As debt has always raised eyebrows but with the pandemic. It's hardly the only streaming service making investors concerned consider. Its competitor Disney. Eric Hagstrom is an analyst. With Emarketer. Parks are shutdowns for life sports or cancelled right now which is bad for ESPN which is also owned by Disney? Netflix says cash burning might seem risky but at least they don't have a bunch of empty roller coaster rides and cancelled sports events to worry about just garst for marketplace.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

16:59 min | 1 year ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KCRW

"Becomes eclectic on KCRW though Solomon Burke we also heard a song from the cash sixteen years ago Tift Merritt and looking closely from her album tambourine and Shannon shock crying my eyes out from her album Shannon in Nashville they came out a couple years ago we're gonna shift gears now because my good friend Anthony valid as has stopped by the studio today at KCRW and he did a live session a few weeks ago with the band brain story good morning good morning and how are you I am well as glad to see you and I want you to set this up for us because brand stories a band that I feel like a bunch of us around here sort of individually started listening to it that we realize each other were also listening to them and we started playing them how did you find them well they're on a well respected label big crown records so when your co signed by that label you know it's something cool and funky and fresh yeah and I was surprised that they're actually from the Inland Empire and it seems like all the cool bands are coming out of the idea of so cal which I love yeah what is that what's going on I feel like more and more bands are I mean we should be surprised if seven California I mean it's you know we rock but yes there's just all these amazing bands are all connected and they're they're they're two brothers in the band and the drummer and they're just they're so funny and what I love is watching them you can tell the two brothers are having a conversation with six and guitar licks and faces and you and I were watching the bass player that guy makes the funk face oh man that was that was the that was intense you were texting me pictures of his face while he was playing it wasn't to make fun of it so yeah I am inspired by the passion and you hear it and what I love about this band is that the bland G. Connell soul with jazz changes in court yeah it's it's almost like art Laboe meets Kamasi Washington yes you to a different universe okay art Laboe meets Kamasi Washington that should be there tagline thing I've ever heard that's awesome thank you so everybody should be are low but it's an awesome Washington right the world a better place yeah it's also a me to discover it and know what their their father is an amazing dress or a panel he shows up to the shows and he likes to dress up but he has a gospel background and so that's kind of in the roots as well and I didn't know that wow okay well let's get into it we've got a live session with brain story an interview with you Anthony and then at the end I'm gonna have you give away some autographed vinyl it's still stay with us it's morning becomes eclectic it's brain story when you the end of the thanks to sure can you stay okay C. do you still from morning becomes eclectic I'm Anthony Valdez brain story welcome to the case here W. studios what's up I love that it's the guy who was place you let listeners know real quick that Tony and Kevin are brothers for pharmacists and I want to talk about but you know the technicalities of the band before we go there I I'm so interested in the story because there was almost no brain story technically no story you guys had some on and off can you elaborate on that he asked so yeah we're we all played as a jazz trio and that's all we did for a number years number years I played upright jazz is like my passion there's nothing in IT like as far as opportunities people to me even gigs is barely anything so in order to like push that route I don't know what I was doing and I just went somewhere where I thought jazz would be and I actually learned how to play music like for reals there just been mentored by really amazing jazz musicians when you say there you're talking in the bay area area San Francisco and Oakland I had Chris amber who's she played with all the greats and he took me under his wing and yelled at me but while all that's happening in the bay there's yeah there's something happening in LA in the chassis yeah and so that kind of I mean come on a brownie aka Mansi and Khanty better because it's like at that point I was only listening to old music because no new music was really like I thought the fire was gone in in the only fire I knew was the one inside of me and I didn't have my boys no more but I did get to play with older cats who have that still so what brought you to LA my brother actually because he was just trying to figure out his own life use this dot two you know I'm gonna make a project I'm gonna do something have something to show people and then maybe something will happen for me yeah and so he created brain story on his own and he started recording the EP with Corey McCormick who did an amazing job out of his like little back house in Rialto and I got to contribute some bass and I also wrote like two songs on it if I we can I point out the dynamics of watching you to play you know folks are listening yeah you guys make faces at each other and I'm wondering do childhood memories come to mind as you reach other in your singing falsetto what is happening in your head while you're looking at your I mean sometimes it's like signals yeah I know just like okay we're going a mile and that's what difference you guys some other bands that play inside the studio and I love that I yeah I mean you know when it's when it's on it's on and and and it feels good and you know between me and my brother we've been playing music since we were thirteen fourteen it's almost at this point natural to us and when we feel it you know we look at each other and we're like yeah this is it right here you know yeah this feels good by the way for morning becomes eclectic I'm Anthony valid as hanging out with brain story Kevin and Tony Martin and Eric Hagstrom so now who's big tone of that's our dad okay our dad is basically the the the regional brain story that this brain story has been continuing off of he's got full singer Annie sing in church and he he basically just like sprinkled music into our lives like throughout all of us growing up he always had instruments he always loved music you know he would go into the garage and plays fender Rhodes that he bought for twenty five Bucks at the swap meet on his nineteen eighty so he just like always jamming by himself and and then he's he's he's big on going to the swap meet and getting bargain so he just come home with like random things and be like your play with this you know and one of them having to be like a while a pedal and naked Jimi Hendrix tape and just all this random stuff he never was like pressuring us like it was never like you're gonna play music it was just like oh you like that here check this out you know I mean and he's on the album and he's on the album yes he sings the lead on Peter Pan man that's that's so beautiful well we're so happy to have you here congratulations on the success of Buck you guys ready to place more records for us EAM guys ready to place more sounds for us yeah he are activated brain story on morning becomes eclectic now and did you morning.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Streets were flooded with thousands of that California based on up has grown to being worth over two billion dollars in less than six months the massive valuations the claims of saving the planet the new companies jumping on the scooter wagon nearly every week it was all a bit much says Sam Abou el Samit an analyst with Navigant research were absolutely at an inflection point with this he says the rocky IPOs of uber and lift last year were a wake up call that profitability still matters and scooter rentals are estimated to lose about ten cents per mile largely due to the high cost to charge and replace the scooters when they're broken or lost anybody can pick one up and carried off and toss it into a river as we've seen happen many times vandalism not withstanding he says because should go down as companies develop more durable scooters with swappable batteries but they'll also need to expand their ridership beyond hard core well off fans as Susan gene an expert on transportation innovation at UC Berkeley it's a certain type of individual who has those resources and means but it's hard for scooters to compete for more price sensitive consumers when options like transit or even car use are heavily subsidized by two taxpayer dollars and according to one matou Tate UCLA the market's line is pulling out of our evidence of a physical obstacles to widespread scooter adoption they're all Sunbelt cities that revolve around cars that makes integrating bikes scooters another lower speed mobility options very challenging without by cleans or a really big sidewalk scooters could get squeezed out hi Megan McCarty Carino for market place scooter industry retrenchment aside this is as we all know and on demand economy now consumers want what they want when they want it and for years what a whole lot of consumers of wanted is to not have to deal with cable TV and internet bundling enter stage left Verizon the telecommunications conglomerate said today it's done offering those bundles on annual contracts choose your plan separately pay by the month and off you go the bed reports marketplaces into your is it this is gonna help steer people away from cutting the cord entirely Verizon says it's allowing customers to select their home internet speeds in television packages separately and it's not gonna lock him in a one or two year contracts it's mostly about transparency that's Angie Klein she's the P. of marketing at arising consumer group so it's not about changing holistically what people are paying it's just changing the way we do it so it's the right way for consumers Verizon says it's eliminating traditional cable bundles because that's what consumers want Taylor Cole Miller teaches media studies at the university of Georgia he says that's true but I think getting rid of bundling is actually only a stand simply better for the consumer he said sure you might feel like you're only paying for channels and services that you use but this also thins out diversity on your TV bundling actually helps a lot of niece channels especially channels for marginalized communities to actually have channels that are related to them those needs channels are effectively subsidized by being part of a package that includes the more popular channels for telecom companies like Verizon on bundling could help stop the bleeding from cord cutting Eric Hagstrom as an analyst eMarketer he says with so many options available the margins for.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KQED Radio

"With thousands of California based on up has grown to being worth over two billion dollars in less than six months the massive valuations the claims of saving the planet thank you companies jumping on the scooter wagon nearly every week was all a bit much says Sam aswell Samit an analyst with Navigant research were absolutely at an inflection point with this he says the rocky IPOs of uber and lift last year were a wake up call that profitability still matters and scooter rentals are estimated to lose about ten cents per mile largely due to the high cost to charge and replace the scooters when they're broken or lost anybody can pick one up and carried off and toss it into a river as we've seen happen many times vandalism not withstanding he says because should go down as companies develop more durable scooters with swappable batteries but they'll also need to expand their ridership beyond hard core well off fans as Susan gene an expert on transportation innovation at UC Berkeley it's a certain type of individual who has those resources and means but it's hard for scooters to compete for more price sensitive consumers when options like transit for even car use are heavily subsidized by two taxpayer dollars and according to one but to date UCLA the market's line is pulling out of her evidence of a physical obstacles to widespread scooter adoption they're all Sunbelt cities that revolve around cars that makes integrating bikes scooters another lower speed mobility options very challenging without by cleans or a really big sidewalk scooters could get squeezed out hi Meghan McCarty Carino for market place scooter industry retrenchment aside this is as we all know and on demand economy now consumers want what they want when they want it and for years what a whole lot of consumers have wanted is to not have to deal with cable TV and internet bundling enter stage left Verizon the telecommunications conglomerate said today it's done offering those bundles on annual contracts to your plan separately pay by the month and off you go the bed reports marketplaces into your is it this is gonna help steer people away from cutting the cord entirely it says it's allowing customers to select their home internet speeds in television packages separately and it's not gonna lock him in a one or two year contracts it's mostly about transparency and Angie Klein she's the P. of marketing at Verizon consumer group so it's not about changing holistically what people are paying it's just changing the way we do it so it's the right way for consumers Verizon says it's eliminating traditional cable bundles because that's what consumers want Taylor Cole Miller teaches media studies at the university of Georgia he says that's true but I think getting rid of bundling is actually only a stand simply better for the consumer he said sure you might feel like you're only paying for channels and services that you use but this also thins out diversity on your TV bundling actually helps a lot of needs channels especially channels for marginalized communities actually have channels that are related to them those needs channels are effectively subsidized by being part of a package that includes the more popular channels for telecom companies like Verizon on bundling could help stop the bleeding from cord cutting Eric Hagstrom as an analyst eMarketer he says with so many options available the margins.

California
"eric hagstrom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Streets were flooded with thousands of the California based auto has grown to being worth over two billion dollars in less than six months the massive valuations the claims of saving the planet thank you companies jumping on the scooter wagon nearly every week it was all a bit much says Sam Abou el Samit an analyst with Navigant research were absolutely at an inflection point with this he says the rocky IPOs of uber and lift last year were a wake up call that profitability still matters and scooter rentals are estimated to lose about ten cents per mile largely due to the high cost to charge and replace the scooters when they're broken or lost anybody can pick one up and carried off and toss it into a river as we have seen happen many times vandalism not withstanding he says because should go down as companies develop more durable scooters with swappable batteries but they'll also need to expand their ridership beyond hard core well off fans as Susan gene an expert on transportation innovation at UC Berkeley it's a certain type of individual who has those resources and means but it's hard for scooters to compete for more price sensitive consumers when options like transit or even car use are heavily so subsidized by taxpayer dollars and according to one but to date UCLA the market's line is pulling out of our evidence of a physical obstacles to widespread scooter adoption they're all Sunbelt cities that revolve around cars that makes integrating bikes scooters another lower speed mobility options very challenging without by cleans or a really big sidewalk scooters could get squeezed out hi Meghan McCarty Carino for market place scooter industry retrenchment aside this is as we all know and on demand economy now consumers want what they want when they want it and for years what a whole lot of consumers have wanted is to not have to deal with cable TV and internet bundling enter stage left Verizon the telecommunications conglomerate said today it's done offering those bundles on annual contracts choose your plan separately pay by the month and off you go the bed reports marketplaces into your is it this is gonna help steer people away from cutting the cord entirely Verizon says it's allowing customers to select their home internet speeds in television packages separately and it's not going to lock in a one or two year contracts it's mostly about transparency that's engine Klein she's VP of marketing and rising consumer group so it's not about changing holistically what people are paying it's just changing the way we do it so it's the right way for consumers Verizon says it's eliminating traditional cable bundles because that's what consumers want Taylor Cole Miller teaches media studies at the university of Georgia he says that's true but I think getting rid of bundling is actually only a stand simply better for the consumer he said sure you might feel like you're only paying for channels and services that you use but this also thins out diversity on your TV bundling actually helps a lot of niece channels especially channels for marginalized communities to actually have channels that are related to them those needs channels are effectively subsidized by being part of a package that includes the more popular channels for telecom companies like Verizon on bundling could help out the bleeding from cord cutting Eric Hagstrom as an analyst eMarketer he says with so many options available the margins for cable providers just aren't there anymore getting rid of bundles is a revenue play there's a.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KCRW

"Thousands of California based on up has grown to being worth over two billion dollars in less than six months the massive valuations the claims of saving the planet thank you companies jumping on the scooter wagon nearly every week it was all a bit much says Sam Abou el Samit an analyst with Navigant research were absolutely at an inflection point with this he says the rocky IPOs of uber and lift last year were a wake up call that profitability still matters and scooter rentals are estimated to lose about ten cents per mile largely due to the high cost to charge and replace the scooters when they're broken or lost anybody can pick one up and carried off and toss it into a river as we have seen happen many times vandalism not withstanding he says because should go down as companies develop more durable scooters with swappable batteries but they'll also need to expand their ridership beyond hard core well off fans as Susan gene an expert on transportation innovation at UC Berkeley it's a certain type of individual who has those resources and means but it's hard for scooters to compete for more price sensitive to consumers when options like transit or even car use are heavily subsidized by taxpayer dollars and according to one but to date UCLA the market's line is pulling out of her evidence of a physical obstacles to widespread scooter adoption they're all Sunbelt cities that revolve around cars that makes integrating bikes scooters another lower speed mobility options very challenging without by cleans or a really big sidewalk scooters could get squeezed out hi Megan McCarty Carino for market place scooter industry retrenchment aside this is as we all know and on demand economy now consumers want what they want when they want it and for years what a whole lot of consumers of wanted is to not have to deal with cable TV and internet bundling enter stage left Verizon the telecommunications conglomerate said today it's done offering those bundles on annual contracts choose your plan separately pay by the month and off you go the bed reports marketplaces into your is it this is gonna help steer people away from cutting the cord entirely Verizon says it's allowing customers to select their home internet speeds in television packages separately and it's not going to lock in the one or two year contracts it's mostly about transparency and Angie Klein she's the P. of marketing at Verizon consumer group so it's not about changing holistically what people are paying it's just changing the way we do it so it's the right way for consumers Verizon says it's eliminating traditional cable bundles because that's what consumers want Taylor Cole Miller teaches media studies at the university of Georgia he says that's true but I think getting rid of bundling is actually only a stand simply better for the consumer he said sure you might feel like you're only paying for channels and services that you use but this also thins out diversity on your TV bundling actually helps a lot of niece channels especially channels for marginalized communities to actually have channels that are related to them those needs channels are effectively subsidized by being part of a package that includes the more popular channels for telecom companies like Verizon on bundling could help stop the bleeding from cord cutting Eric Hagstrom as an analyst eMarketer he says with so many options available the margins for cable providers just aren't there anymore getting rid.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"The oil market is spiking given Middle East tensions. I'm David Brancaccio more now. On how financial markets are reading the increased tensions ends between the US and Iran after president trump ordered the US military to kill a senior Iranian general late last week. The price of crude oil is up another one point two percent to New York this morning and more than four percent since the attack. The New York price is at sixty three eighty a barrel. The highest since the autumn of twenty eighteen European price vice is near seventy is not world war three and frankly it's unlikely to be direct war between the United States and Iran even though Oh the potential for that has certainly increased in Bremmer is founder of the Political Risk Consultancy the Eurasia Group. He says this is not a wild gyration. It will be a drag on economic growth. You know anyone that deals with energy and supply chain and also I mean five or ten dollars enough to slow down consumption. A little that increases prices on good. So you're global expectation for twenty twenty which was already softening a bit is like the soften a little more. And that's Kinda the problem we have have with twenty twenty right. Is that not only. Do you have after ten years of robust economic rebound after the two thousand eight financial financial crisis You also have a geopolitical on wine that is creating when I call geopolitical recession that causes a lot more instability and you have globalization noblest starting to fragment with the United States and China decoupling technologies from one another and the combination of those three things create more downside concerns earns geopolitical crises. And at any point we've had didn't frankly rations. There's also beyond US Iran also us Iraq where the trump administration is threatening economic economic sanctions amid unruly protests at the US embassy in Baghdad. This is An impact on oil prices and I review it over the course of the year. You're the most likely outcome is an additional thoughts ten dollars so it certainly matters. And that's going to have a negative economic impact for those that are affected adversely by higher oil prices. There's no question action that support for the United States in Iraq especially in Shia Iraq has just done a one eighty. That's why the State Department is told all Americans diplo. ooh Out to leave immediately and I think a clue that applies to anyone who's working for a major corporation to the Eurasia group consults with corporations on political risk around the world after the Dow fell two hundred thirty three points or eight tenths of a percent on Friday stock index. Futures are down this morning. Dow and S&P futures are down six. Tenths dance of a percent. The London index is down one percent. It is also the time of year. When those who make gadgets in those who buy gadgets? Turn their attention to LAS VEGAS VEGAS. The first consumer electronic show of the new decade opens. Tomorrow here's marketplace's suburban sure. There'll be around four and a half thousand exhibitors at the Consumer Electronics Show. Many many of them are likely to show off how they're interpreting to incoming technologies principally five G. and Steve Cohen is Vice President of research at the consumer technology the association which puts on the CBS. Five gene. The incoming superfast wireless network a I artificial intelligence will really underpin much of the innovation that we'll see transpire this year and of course across this coming decade couple of concrete examples announcements about intelligent connected electric vehicles and probably a lot around smart homes. Think about faucets bathroom. Vanities even toilets becoming a connected and intelligence another concrete development around five G.. We might see is wireless. TV Says Wireless analyst Jeff Kagan only get paid TV to find G. WIRELESS NETWORK FINALLY WE'LL PROBABLY AC upgrades to all the services we now get on our phones. Everything from laundry pickup to ride hailing enhanced by five G. IN A in New York. I'm Sabrina shore for marketplace. The load twenty twenty and to all the new marketplace investors who joins US before the end of the decade. Thank you for being being part of this community of donors who believe in the importance trustworthy independent news and information. It's your ongoing support that keeps us going strong and in helps make people smarter everywhere. Thanks again and happy New Year. If you caught the Golden Globes last night now you may have noticed something that may have been telling. When Taylor swift came up to present an award? The Golden Globes plugged her forthcoming documentary. The one about her called Miss Americana not the role swift blade in the cats movie. That's come out to decidedly mixed reviews. Netflix said over the weekend it will release with story later in the year. Price Tag unknown an Amazon reportedly has bought the rights to a doc about Riana. The price to stand under reread umbrella is said to be twenty five million dollars and youtube just wrote what what is said to be the biggest check yet for content twenty million dollars for a doc about Justin Bieber and the battle for young audiences. Streaming services are hitting a similar note. Marketplace's Jasmine Reports last spring net flicks premiered homecoming a documentary about beyonce. As legendary performance at Coachella. The film is part of a three month deal. Queen Bee signed with Netflix for a reported sixty million dollars the streaming service also has a Taylor swift documentary don dock for this year and Apple. TV plus will reportedly tell Billy Islas story for twenty five million. Michael Wood is a pop music critic at the L. A. Times he says a lot of the streaming services have been building up their business would star-studded dramas like big little lies. And the handmaid's tale the prestige shows on the streaming services. They are generally aimed at an older audience. But this kind of content with popstars maybe thought to attract younger audience and you know young pop. Music fans are not like regular audiences. That's beyond his famous beehive. Taylor swift teas and Riyan has a navy navy. They obsess on social media. Show up for concerts and they have a lifetime of streaming ahead of them. Aren't music documentaries. Even for up and coming artist is worth twenty five million or more pop eric. Hagstrom is a forecasting analyst for emarketer. This is certainly a very large concern for net flicks. He's spending a a lot more money than anyone else within this industry which has seen a lot because between Apple Disney Netflix and HBO Content Creation Arms Race Out. There fueled by hundreds of millions of dollars but again investors are vowing. These companies is growth companies. They're expecting growth and they're not necessarily paying attention right now to the bottom line. Michael Wood from the L. A. Times says the challenge with the strategy is. Someone really wants to see this new beyond docker this new docks maybe they'll Subscribed for months and see it. I think the question is whether or not they're going to stick around and keep paying their monthly subscription. That's Cardi B.'s. Life Story is for Oak in Los Angeles. I'm Jasmine Guard for marketplace and in New York. I'm David Brancaccio. You're listening to the marketplace morning report from A._P._M.. American public media..

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KOMO

"Nancy barrick komo news people were packing into local animal shelters are calling about adopting a hurricane harvey rescue animal from taxes dozens of dogs and cats arrived this week more on their way komo suzanne phone visited to shelters to see who's looking and who got a new home and he's an eightyearold retriever lab mack a fourlegged friend in need of a new home cable bb claquin eric hagstrom got to pas compassion center an hour and a half before it opened today eager to adopt a hurricane harvey rescue animal clearly got in the town last night one from took him out the aren't the only ones that calls are flooding in we can see our lobbyists thaw all these people are here they will it take home rescue dog texas at seattle humane society there's also a big guys over the animals to have more than 1500 ema enquiries us asking about how people can jump on monday a hand and help out about three dozen dogs arrived at boeing field wednesday afternoon even been flown here from texas to clear out the animal shelters there because of hurricane harvey and it's really nice that these are the docks they were in terrorists and you know making room for the animals you know their families they lost their families he now and so that hopefully we can get those jobs back to their families he animals are going to seattle humane society pause and other local shelters we have twenty dogs that we received yesterday and there is approximately one hundred eighty i have cats that will be transferred within the next week so we'll be there to pick those guys that bring him back in the settles and finding great we can all give them really loving and good homes i think in lynnwood suzanne phan komo news six thirty four past the hour komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's i five southbound at 520 fuel load claiming up from an earlier motorcycle man that have been flocking couple lanes mountlake terrace your working with the investigation 48 west stand up two hundred twenty seconds street looking good on both the floating bridge is no collisions or blocking problems there and things are moving well right up legal limit on 405 both north and southbound on the east side kalanick helmets kelly southbound i 5 we have some doubled lane closures through work zone your next report at two.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KOMO

"A list is available at that a website again komonewscomfire slash harvey and people are packing at a local shelters are calling about adopting some of the animals rescued from that hurricane in texas and he's an eight year old retriever and lab mack a fourlegged friend in need of a new home bb clarity and eric hagstrom got to pas compassion center an hour and a half before it opened to you to adopt a hurricane harvey rescue animal got into town one come it out the aren't the only ones the calls are flooding lobbyists all these people are here they wanna take home rescue dog texas at seattle humane society there's also a big guys over the animals to had more than 1500 ema enquiries since asking about how people can jump and lend a hand and help out about three dozen dogs arrived at boeing field wednesday afternoon even flown here from texas to clear out the animal shelters there because of hurricane harvey in it's really nice that these are the doubts they were in michelle terrorists and you know making room for the animals you know their families lost their families hopefully we can get those jobs back to their families the animals are going to seattle humane society pause and other local shelters we have twenty dogs that we received and there is approximately one hundred eighty five cats that will be transferred within the next week pas animal shelter will be receiving twenty caps nobody arriving at paine field everett's so we'll be there to pick those guys at bring him back get the settles and finding great we can all give them really loving and get homes i think in lynnwood suzanne phan komo news 1040 todd czechia now at the elliott bay auto brokers sportsdesk beauts husky football season opener.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KOMO

"Along state route 512 and parkland car ploughed right into it killing nearly killing the worker who had to scramble over a barricade megan web was charge yesterday with dui vehicular assault for this after trooper so she had twice the legal limit of alcohol in her system trooper brooke bova tells us there said way too many of these kinds of crashes into emergency vehicles i believe it then attention it's it's hard these days we have not only cell phones but all of our cars are getting more and more hightech were herat connex and other distractions passengers can be distractions the prosecutor said web did not have a criminal driving record so the judge let her out of jail to await trial komo news time seven oh eight people are packing into local animal shelters or calling about adopting some of the animals rescued from hurricane harvey in texas and he's an eightyearold retriever lab mack a fourlegged friend in need of a new home cable bb claquin eric hagstrom got to pas compassion center an hour and a half before it opened eager to adopt a hurricane harvey rescue animal clearly got in the town wanted some checking out the aren't the only ones the calls are flooding lavious fall all these people are here they wanna take home rescue dogs from texas at seattle humane society there's also a big bags over the animals to have more than 1500 email enquiries since asking about how people can jump and lend a hand and help out about three dozen dogs arrived at boeing field wednesday afternoon even flown here from texas to clear out the animal shelters there because of hurricane harvey in it's really nice that these are the jobs that were in michelle terrorists and you know making further animals you know their families they lost their families he now and so that hopefully we can get those jobs back to their family as he animals are going to seattle humane society pause and other local shelters we have twenty dogs that we've received and there is approximately one hundred eightyfive cats that will be transferred within the next week pas animal shelter will be receiving twenty cats they'll be arriving at paine field and everett so we'll be there to pick those guys up or you get him settles and final great nato's we can all give them really loving and good homes i think in lynnwood suzanne phan komo news a couple radio has teamed up with a cell.

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"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"eric hagstrom" Discussed on KOMO

"Hurricane relief box in the upper right corner you can donate there as well people are packing into a local shelters recalling about adopting a hurricane harvey rescue anibal from texas dozens of dogs arrived here yesterday and more cats and dogs are on their way komo suzanne fawn visited two shelters today to show us who's looking in who's got a new home and he's an eightyearold retriever and lab mack a fourlegged friend in need of a new home debbie clarity and eric hagstrom got to pas compassion center an hour and a half before it opened eager to adopt a hurricane harvey rescue animal clearly got in the town wanted to check it out the aren't the only once the calls are flooding is lobbyists all these people are here they wanna take home rescue dog texas at seattle humane society there's also a big guys over the animals to have more than 1500 ema enquiries has asking about how people can jump and lend a hand and help out about three dozen dogs arrived at boeing field wednesday afternoon even flown here from texas to clear out the animal shelters there because of hurricane harvey in it's really nice that these are the top sites initial terrorists making room for the animals stay their there families they lost their families see now and so they hopefully we can get those jobs back to their families he animals are going to seattle humane society pause and other local shelters we have 20 events that we received and there is approximately one hundred eighty five cats that will be transferred within the next week pas animal shelter will be receiving twenty caps nobody arriving at paine field everett so we'll be there to pick those guys at bring him back the settles in hainan great homes see we can all give them really loving and get homes i think in lynnwood suzanne phan komo news shelters are tell us the animals that arrived her mostly big dogs so far the majority of the animals that are ride yesterday have been examined and evaluated and our are now up for adoption the cat start arriving tomorrow komo news time eight thirty four and aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the fours here's dusted richie starting in the north end a crash on us to insult invasive road blocking the.

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