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Aho, Nedeljkovic Lift Hurricanes Past Predators, 3-0
"Carolina rookie goaltender Alex the dock of it's made thirty two saves as the hurricane shut out the natural predators three zero taking a two nothing series lead in the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs Sebastian aho opened the scoring for the hurricanes in the first period on the power play as he finished off a feed from Andrei Svechnikov the score would remain one nothing until the final minute of the game as although and war Fogel would find the net to add to Carolina's lead Nashville finished the night for seven on the power play Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina
Corona Reaches Mount Everest
"Everyone wants tips on. I feel like it should be jury service. Everyone will get two weeks two weeks of just like she just around all the countries and sort it all out covid response infrastructure everything. That would be great. Wouldn't it but what she's going to have to go to mount everest if she's going to do that because covid has even reached their region climate under sherpur tested positive for covid nineteen. I mean that doesn't give much hope for if you can't socially distance l. the mount everest. The more crowded pulse of with the headline was bad because it said corona virus reaches mount everest. Which makes it sound like the little virus that good a year bigheaded before but now we have corona virus. The adventure is basically corona and ben. Fogel that is we just don't need it. Corona blogging about the view. What journey it's been onto get on the radio and chat so convincing. Everyone that the sheriff has love it and it's great bounce wells gap here anyway today so why won't often with degrade uncle teddy. I don't think wrote an isa anymore bigheaded than it currently is
"fogel" Discussed on The Backstory with Jason Bentley
"We were. When we were literally negotiating with the department of justice we were literally trying to find an attorney to defend him. We were receiving intelligence. Perhaps that russia was trying to kill him. We were you know bringing the story to the new york times just in the nicot time before the justice department was going to arrest him believing that you know that that he was a person of interest i mean there was it was really high stakes and so what you see iniquitous. I a once in a lifetime. Kind of going down a rabbit hole and who could have ever imagined in the beginning of that was going to be on the On the other side of it. With dissident i mean clearly i set out from the beginning going okay. I'm gonna make movie bombs this murder but there are so many revelations that happen and a lot of that had to do with just going on this journey meaning as as i'm working with omar. I mean he's literally receiving death threats on his on his phone. There's a scene in the film where as we're filming with him. He gets information that you know. His nineteen year. Old brother is not only imprisoned. That have been tortured lost. Its t six months into working on the film. I'm being contacted on. Not say by who. That jeff bezos had been hacked with pegasus. Basically offering you know me this information but into the film while we're filming with the teach in london we're hearing that they're saudi agents that are monitoring us and a monitoring earth while we're at the united nations and at tj goes to speak the to saudi representative stand up and walk out as our cameras. They're shooting so there are so many things like that that happened. Getting the transcript from the turks took a year and by the time the turks gave us the transcript. It was like a couple of weeks ahead sundance so the film at sundance versus the film that is available on the od. Now there was a lot of changes because we were continuing to gather and did another six seven works seven months of work. Ho sunday's certainly. I think in the crafting of the films. They're very similar that they are cinema rollers. They're designed with the sound. The score of adam peters just brilliant composer going to skywalker and having dude sound design to make it feel like the bourne identity. The way that they were shot using a lot of. There're a lot of drones a lot of big big. You know kind of overview shots and then both films. We lean heavily on graphics motion graphics even more so in the dissident using a lot of like really high level. Cgi you know some really intricate graphic sequences and so in that capacity films are similar. But i kind of got realization acres was never going to happen again. So you know thinking that. I was gonna find myself in something like that wasn't going to happen. But the dissident check all these boxes of the story that i was wanting to tell and specifically on cinematic -ly that from the outset. I saw the film as a thriller and me and my creative team saw away to craft it as a full. I know that a big of this story is the difficulty that you had finding a distributor for the film despite an enthusiastic reception at its sundance premiere. And and especially for an oscar. Winning filmmaker Seems unusual looking back on the year. Is there anything about now going. The independent roots that has been positive that maybe helped to preserve the fighting spirit of this film. And you know if perhaps there's an upside to that. Nothing beats having a huge amplifier in and the resources to reach audience of a major distributor. But in retrospect it has it. Has it been good at all. Going the way that it's gone very spent a lot of problems the first is we put the film out on the od january so it's available for rental in the us and canada. We have some really great international distributors line altitude in the uk madman and australia. Belga in the benelux region Amazing distributor in france nonstop scandinavia. I mean like really top cheer independent distributors briar cliff. Tom wartenberg You know runs. Road is our distributor in the us convertible handling the great distributors and in the vod release. We literally have been number one Documentary we hit three under three on i tunes and we've been told that it's been the most successful the od released for a documentary. Ever the film apparently is really don ten times. What expectations were so. That's very positive you know will be seen by the two hundred million subscribers that one of the major streamers have That i was told that you know. Accurate said seven hundred million views. Not likely but on the other hand. I think in crime the film is gonna find its way and it is being seen and that you know so much of the story around the film which is also founded of has been shining right that you know that these companies didn't take some and i think that that helps in the long game of of the human rights story keeping a spotlight on the business interests at stake from these major corporations to take the take the streamers out of just you know what goldman sachs of the world all the way down that go. Hey we're going to do business with kingdom. Despite the fact that we know that somebody like luzon all fula sitting in a prison jail for believing in women's rights in the country our financial interests are are more important than our human rights. And i think for that. It's been a very positive story. And so i see a lot of good coming from that. I see a of good coming from you know as the film releases internationally when we get on the other side of covert i mean covert i think has been the biggest negative way outstripping. You know of a global distributor. I i think that kovin the biggest variable that has stood in the release you know we have an incredible partner in turkey for example the planning to put it on eight hundred screens and there are holding so you know hopefully time people will find their way to the film on standard zeitgeist and see a lot of positives to it when i certainly don't feel any remorse for the.
"fogel" Discussed on The Backstory with Jason Bentley
"The world. The backstory unpack people's unique journeys and creative dna. We discuss current projects points of view but also how they got to this moment in time and what are some unique insights and life lessons that they can share in this episode. I'm joined by academy award winning. Filmmaker brian fogel. Brian's work uncovering vast russian doping scheme in the film icarus one him an oscar for best documentary and prompted a global reckoning in the international sportsworld that still resonates to this day. It's also worth mentioning. That it was very entertaining. Not just an expose it captivated audiences and had us on the edge of our seeds ryan now summons his storytelling skills for the dissident. A film about the murder of washington post journalist. Jamal kashogi a reformist critic of saudi arabia's ruling elite who was ambushed and killed at the saudi embassy and istanbul in october of two thousand eighteen. Hello brian welcome to the back story. Thank you so much jason. Good too good to be talking to you. Thank you so. I remember i reading about about jamal khashoggi disappearance in the noosa as it happened. The shifting story lines each day. The gruesome details emerging and the the the feeble excuses for his disappearance by saudi officials. And it was something that really touched a nerve for me. It wasn't something in the abstract like a lot of news. Items can be probably for me because he was trying to get a marriage license a going to the consulate and i myself got married that very same month so it was a detail that really personalized the story for me. But tell us where you were in your life and your head space when that story broke and what drew you to it You know coming through what was an extraordinary but also very stressful process leading up to the economy of words in march of twenty scene. You know i was. I was really looking for what my next project was In having went through mid experience vigorous where to this day. There are still repercussions that have happened. As a result of that their own dr gregory retain life is still under protection. This guy Who really hasn't spent much time Out of isolation In the last four years you know the the re banning of russia's they would have been likely dan a summer games channel. Ovid you know was really a direct result of gregory's whistleblowing but also the film icarus and all of that kind of foot but felt like a heavy burden on me to continue to hell stories that i felt could have change in the world that could have an impact that could create better lives for people or shine lights and other corners darkness and as the murder of jamal. Khashoggi unfolded on the global stage. And you know those first two weeks of tober twenty eighteen. My ears perked up. I mean here. Was this horrendous crime. I mean shocking. Crime concept of journalists washington post journalists walking into his own country's consulate to seek papers to marry his fiancee to be brutally murdered. A cut into pieces was so horrific. And when. I started reading about jamal to learn that this guy was a you know a moderate. He was a thinking That his country could and should be better. He was supporting The saudi monarchy and mohammed bin salman. But also going. Hey you know in order to be a good leader you need to have human rights. You need to look out for people of your country. People need to be allowing opinion other than yours and not be persecuted or prosecuted or putting jails or be headed for having a thaw and and this desire to speak truth to power led him into self exile led him into writing for the washington post and the concept that somebody could be murder so horrifically for doing that wall all of these business ties to kingdom wall. You know. There had been zero accountability or sanctions or really meaningful accents to this day. Two years on against this brutal crime and regime certainly made me want to see what i could do to tell the story and craft the film and it hinged on essentially access and could i gain access that was not being reported in the news That was otherwise unknown to hopefully craft what i viewed as the untold story behind murder of jamal and the ongoing. You know Repercussions from that murder. Was there a turning points as you addressed this and made the decision to pursue this as a filmmaker a storyteller. Was there some piece in this puzzle when once you found it you you knew okay. We really we really can do this there. There there there was you know It was really three three variables. One was would teasha jenkins. Jamal fiance participate in the film. Would she provide me with exclusive access evidence for photographs her audio with jamal and allow me to follow her on. And that was three months trust-building beginning in november on my first trip to assemble and until her agreeing to allow me to start filming with on the beginning of february twenty nineteen. The second was murad. Bilas because omar The young saw dissident in south exile living in montreal. I saw the protagonist of the story. That i saw jamal's protege. I saw you know a a reason why we would hear about the work that jamal was doing. And an atidza There was the emotional connection to love story. But an omar was the protagonist of of you know the ongoing human rights and What was going on kingdom when obama was a similar situation of months of trust building into where he finally allowed us to. You know work with him. And work with him exclusively. And that's why so much of what's in the film you know. People have not seen occurred before this full-back started his rendition and saudis becoming him. Like they came for jamal. How difficult was it to gain their trust. In this process. You mentioned it was just the initially a cold call reaching out to these people and you know these are really essential parts of the story because they like we said at the beginning. They're part of humanizing. This story and being able to identify and personalizing the story is having their involvement. So how difficult was it to get their trust. Under the circumstances of what was going on their lives at the time being hounded by news media organizations around the world and also you know truly. Was you know. Ptsd this was you know i can. I cannot fathom what afisha changes has one through what she went through what she goes on a personal level concept. That the man that you're going to marry and spend the live your life with not only what you'd never see him again You are the brutality of murdered so shopping and And with no markle's a similar thing you know his brothers in prison friends in prison members of his family for cher's 'em what was you know what is in.
"fogel" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"Digest. I mike pesca. Yes as you know by. Now larry. king has died. Ubiquitous media presence from most of his life king was less journalist and more. Ingratiating kibitzer have great affection for king. His shouting out of city names of colors eager to speak with him be they large cities larry king show atlanta georgia. Hello small berg's onward to bartlett tennessee. Hello he was a storyteller but no mark twain who of course lived in padron connecticut. Hello hello and he's very best moments kings very best moments broadcast. We're still fairly mundane. They never really took flight. His shows were decidedly. Not the birthplace of aviation that would be dayton ohio. Hello but here's the interesting thing about larry king. As a journalist he wasn't as an interviewer he was fair in remembrances that i read probably that you read you. Hardly saw a reference to a revelation that he elicited more likely to be cited was an awkward question that he asked or a strange moment. He presided over. If you want to be blunt about not on my being blunt about it. He was at times dishonest. He told anecdotes that were proved. Never to have happened. His last sustained job was for. Rtc tv the outward facing russian propaganda outlet propublica documented. How a few years ago. King was duped eagerly duped into recording a fake interview for the chinese government. It was to my eyes. I'm sure to your ears in a second. It's obviously fake. King was clearly reading from a script. And so as the interviewee were several chinese people who worked in china and allegedly committed crimes there who then fled to the united states in europe continuing on with their normal lives while leaving many angle people behind now the target of this propaganda was a chinese dissident who is now living in new york and china accuses him of crimes and china's demanding without success his deportation to the united states so we didn't get any guangguo. Hello punctuating spectacle but it was enough to shame a broadcasting icon or should have been but king had become a character for years. He was mindful of his own status as such and he was able to sidestep this strictures of journalistic ethics even as he had the highest rated show on cnn. For most of his twenty five years with the network he was all our glasses and suspenders and shout outs in his gravelly. Baritone to hello and lauderdale hello always proving his clear connection to his home of new york. Hello of course. Everyone who can't afford to live in brooklyn one day moves to montclair new jersey. Hello hello there is a great story about larry. King and bob costas. So bob costas shoes to fill in for larry king and he had his only ice show in each challenge. Each other to produce guest that the other would have to interview on the spot called so kings choice was mareo cuomo when costas did a fine job interviewing the former new york governor but then kostas countered with meatloaf and there was a problem. Larry king had no doubt eat meat loaf but he had no idea who the singer meatloaf was. Hey they call you mr loaf. He asked or at least said he asked in a book recounting the interview. The should have the fact that he had no idea what to do with meatloaf maybe demonstrated the shortcomings of king's famous method of never reading a book or doing any research so as not to suppress his natural curiosity. Okay but maybe a lick of research would alert you to an interesting that you could mind for questions. Hey who am i to advise. I ask questions on america's hundred thirty ninth most popular news. Podcast on the i tunes chart larry was on cnn for twenty five years. The questions were almost never tough. They weren't extremely probing. They were very rarely revelatory. People just like larry king the character of larry king. He won over people people from rochester. Hello to this guy from arlington texas. Hello actually the guy. I have in mind was out of well near arlington dallas texas. By way of hell joining us tonight in washington is meatloaf one of my favorite people. Larry how you to meet love when you call me. Larry larry king was at the time of his death and for at least thirty years prior eighty seven years old and he is survived by. I believe five of his seven former wives. But it's hard to find all the accurate information and doing so would require research which is no way to honor larry king his family does ask. Donations to be sent to lincoln nebraska. Hello on the show today. Rand paul and zombie republicans. But i the murder of jamal. Khashoggi in twenty eighteen has been thoroughly investigated and explained in a compelling new documentary from brian. Fogel fogel when the academy award for egress his documentary on the russian doping system and again in his new documentary the dissident fogel examines national effort to undermine laws and norms with the result being depressingly similar. Everyone knows what the country.
"fogel" Discussed on Kickass News
"On october second twenty eighteen saudi dissident and washington post journalist. Jamal khashoggi entered the saudi arabian embassy in istanbul to pick up documents. I obtained getting while his fiancee nervously waited outside for hours. Kashogi was an ambush suffocated in dismembered by a fifteen member squad of saudi assassins. The official line from the saudi government was that it was an unfortunate point but investigations by the turkish police in the united nations as well as human rights organizations the us congress in virtually every member of the global free press determined that it was a deliberate execution ordered from the man at the very top saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman often referred to simply as m b s now academy award winning director brian fogel unravels the deeper mystery surrounding kashogi murder and the extraordinary efforts that mvs will take to silence his critics in a gripping. New documentary thriller called the dissident and today. Brian returns to the podcast to discuss. How jamal khashoggi went from being an insider in the saudi royal family to a harsh critic of the house of saud what he learned from friends allies and the fiance of the saudi dissident. And how sophisticated cyber hack and the other a twitter war put kashogi squarely in the crosshairs of mb. S brian reveals. Why no major. Hollywood film distributor or streaming service would even touches movie despite the widespread acclaim for the dissident. He explains how the saudi royal family's massive sovereign wealth fund turns dollars into censorship and calls out from major us corporations to president trump for cowering and kowtowing to mohammed bin salman. Plus we talk about the gruesome audio jamal khashoggi execution that emerged shortly after his death. Who might have been responsible for those recordings. And whether m b s may finally suffer consequences for this brutal murder. Once president-elect biden takes office coming up with oscar winning filmmaker. Brian fogel in just a moment. Today i'm happy to welcome back to the show. Brian fogel the oscar winning filmmaker behind the 2017 documentary egregious which blew the lid off of russia's state-sponsored olympic doping program. Now brian fogel has a new film about the twenty eighteen. Assassination of washington post journalist. Jamal khashoggi the movie is called the dissident and it's showing theaters currently available on video on demand january. Eighth brian fogel. Welcome back man Good to be talking to you. Ben thanks for having me. Yeah last time we spoke just before it came out. And i'm so thrilled to now walking me back as an academy award winner. I mean that must have happened fast to get all these awards and acclaim on on your first documentary. Effort in fact has been a pretty quick ride yes surreal and Very very very humbling. You know you Going through that experience. And what really was you know Like a nine month kind of a word campaign leading up to the academy awards Tom i got. I felt like there was a an elephant on me and and to Have such accolades very humbling and And i continue that you know you always here..
"fogel" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Because i don't see these global media companies changing. I mean even if you look at a company like let's say. Hbo will now. It's you know warnermedia and eighteen. T i mean it's it's all interconnected. Yeah it's a giant conglomerate. So the as these conglomerates take hold you know the amazons of world everything becomes a risk a risk assessment. Yeah yeah it's interesting. Because the streaming streaming universe has you do have to credited with providing the opportunity for a lot of independent stories to be told and shared and celebrated in a way that would not have been possible in the theatrical window model. So it has done you know not as many people have seen ecus if it were not for netflix. Of course it's unbelievable the power of these platforms to help you know. Smaller filmmakers and stories. That aren't going to get green lit to be in the multiplex and yet at the same time. There is this risk analysis that is having this squelching impact on what you have is like in the case of net flicks the the net flicks. That did chris. Three years ago is not the netflix of today. Two different company. You know that was a company that had one hundred million subscribers for two hundred million subscribers. How was a company that was very hungry at at the time to Show that it could be an awards contenders. Show that it could you know. evolve beyond You know house cards and and it was. It was a different company Three years ago and what happens for better for worse because look i love netflix. I mean the majority of queen's gambit that i just finished watching is extraordinary. It's extraordinary and there's so much extraordinary content on there and i am sure that i will continue to to do content main content And have content on netflix. They're awesome and they're amazing. What they do. I love them but on the other hand because of how big they are and the growth that they've had in where there in the world right now there is a whole other risk model that comes into it and many ways you can't you can't fault him either. Because if you're running that company the burden that comes on top of that to grow To have shareholder value and also not put your company at risk also becomes very very hard. And i don't so i don't have that answer to it because at the same time i don't i'm not i'm not angry at them. I love them. I think they're amazing. I love what they're doing. And i love the content and and and the form that they've provided for so many people and what they did for. Chris was outstanding astounding At the same time. There's a conundrum where something gets so big. That risk assessment will always get in the way or become. You know a variable as to whether you do something or not. Yeah we got and this thing everybody. Please go see this movie. It was very impactful for me. I've seen it twice I was moved by. It made me think It's a heavy film but it also like we said at the outset you know definitely a thriller you're on this roller coaster ride as this story unfolds. And you did this with a master stroke like. It's it's extraordinary. So congratulations on the movie. It opens december twenty fifth unlimited theaters and then january eighth on your vod platform exac-. It'll be available on demand to rent on basically all platforms beginning january eighth. Yeah check it out and in theaters december twenty fifth. If you have a theater opened near you right you can learn more about it. At the dissident dot com. And you can find brian pretty easily on the internet at brian fogel right. Yeah at brian fogel on twitter instagram. I keep private. But yeah i you add meal. Make sure you're not a saudi troll and You know you should know better than anyone. It's funny. I keep my accounts private because i very rarely time for. That'll click and i go way. This looks like honey potter. So clicking it's it's like some must be everything that comes in you must think. Do i really wanna go. I'm like this doesn't look like a real person or or something clicks at it. I'm like yeah this year. What are we gonna do go right by. Let's go ride bikes ski. Go ride bikes. Get that we should do for sure. Thank you man. That was super powerful So much respect for putting yourself out there in a really powerful way to forge positive change. It's it's an example for me. And and how i think about how interface with the world and i know for so many people out there so i appreciate you my friend. Thanks rich. It's good to be back on and talking to you again. You're amazing and any of you haven't seen riches new book you have to get it. It's incredible it's on my coffee table. Yeah 'cause you're in it. i am. Thank.
"fogel" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"You. Man and a lotta happen in the last couple of years in your life. It's been a crazy trajectory for you. Yeah it's been interesting a few years and that's for sure. What was it like when you won the oscar in your up on that stage. I mean the has to be one of the most surreal experiences. You can imagine it was march of two thousand eighteen And was surreal. And what was interesting. Is leading leading up to that. The the months up to it isthmus released on netflix. In august. the twenty seventeen and The academy awards was eight months later. Hours seven months later and netflix limited. I'd put a lot of energy behind essentially this award campaign. And i'd never went through anything like this before and so it was seven months of every day of my life. You're waking up and here's your schedule for the day right. here's your press. here's where you're going. Here's your screenings. here's where you're go. It was intense on so the lead up into that was months months of this kind of campaign but from time we get nominated to actually going to the academy awards and there. They're sitting there. I mean if felt like there was a an elephant on me. I wasn't at that point having fun. 'cause it just it was amazing at the same time the pressure because it was just the show much feeling for me at stake and a netflix and my partners and everything had put so much into it and so we were all like they're kind of on pins and needles and luckily they called the award for best documentary. I think it was like the third or fourth award early in the night which was really really good. Because you're sitting there and you know they called accuracy. And i just remember like at that moment. I essentially had left my body. I mean if you walk it up on the stage there. There's this person that person everybody in the entertainment that though just looking up at you you've ever buyer and you're sitting there going like wow on stage at the academy awards with oscar my head and the handed me that oscar and it's i don't know how many pounds it's twelve thirteen pounds or i mean it's it's heavy. I was like oh you. And i was completely. Surreal an actor one. The statue you're lead into this labyrinth underneath the kodak theater and you come out of the labyrinth about an hour later because they walk you through all these stations of photos and right and then a boost like what was it like to win the oscar. Kind of surreal things and you emerged about an hour later and as i kind of emerge out of the cavern about an hour later right where the backstage is Is is joel or ethan. Cohn who's married to frances mcdormand. I think it's joel joel. So joel is there and francis won the academy award for best actress and and he goes to me. Enjoy this he goes. Yeah he's like he's like because you know the odds are never going to happen again and he tells me this this crazy. Funny story about sylvester stallone. That i won't repeat. I just went on like this is so surreal. I just wanted academy award. There's i really should remember if it's jeweler ethan. Cohn talking to me like they're my favorite filmmakers of all done and It was it was quite a night. It's pretty cool. My parents were there to. Oh that's nice. The campaigning that goes into the oscar season is bananas so much at stake is these companies. It is bananas. And what's interesting is in cova. Now show radically different right. You can't press the flashing lunches and all that kind. These screenings were with chris. You had. I don't even know you know thirty. Forty screenings were small screenings. And you're meeting people and and it was wonderful. Because i got to meet so many people so many people that i looked up to were filmmakers are documentarian or you name. It on and so cove has really really changed but it was really intense. Because you're you're also there's like a playbook you've got your talking points and you've got your like the do's and the don'ts and what you're going to say and what you shouldn't say and and how to answer a question and everything was so like it was it was intense. It was intense and the press. I was doing then kind of like you go to interview and then after the interview it was like okay. That was really good but you know maybe change the next time. You answered the question do this. Is you know well. You know thinking back to when you did the podcast. You're definitely lighter in your shoes today than you were. On that day there was a we had just met so we didn't know each other really but there was a there was a little bit more of a seriousness. Maybe a sense that you were shouldering. That kind of heavy responsibility at the time. Yeah i just i was. It was interesting. I remember going through that so well. Because i was enjoying it at the same time i actually was. I was so stressed out. Each one of these events you do these events than it was like okay was that okay and then i'd like replay it in my mind and go today to answer a question. The right way did i say something. Publicist all you and chew you out for. Listen if you're going on podcastone you're talking for a couple of hours you know. It's i the the entire lead up to the oscars and just that whole season. I mean it was so intense re been nominated for a bafta inside. Been at the bafta two weeks before that and we didn't win and so you come out of the bath does you're feeling completely defeated right. But you've got the oscar nomination and everybody at the time was going well. Don't don't worry about that. Know the you still got the oscars and it was an incredible experience. But i can't tell that. I was like having fun during that period. And part of it really had to do with What ignorance was about and here as this whole award season going and gregory chekhov whistleblower to this day Is living in hiding in protective custody. is isolated and so it was was weighing on me. Also was that okay here. I am having these ince's and being celebrated and guy who without him out possible. This wouldn't have been possible without evidence without that story of this would be happening is basically living in isolation in an undisclosed location under security under the threat of his life. And you know here. I am on this completely different trajectory now and And that and that really weighed on me Still weighs on me. Yeah i mean my first question. I mean we're here to talk about the dissident your your new film but we can't get into that without hearing a little bit about how gregory's doing like are you in communication with him. What's the latest i know. He put this book out recently. Put his book out which is a His memoir of hall as his life. And actually i say this now because By the time you hear this it'll be known it. Just one of the william hill sportsbook could be year which is a very prestigious prize in the uk. So he just won the basically british sports book of the year award for the for for the book and yet the book still doesn't have a us publisher which is bizarre..
"fogel" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"The shoghi entered the consulate on october. Second two weeks later. I think it was the sixteenth. Saudi arabia finally admitted that he had in fact died inside that consulate. And i'm reading this story. I think many in the world were began following. The story in those two weeks and each day was another shocking allegation and that he had been dismembered and that the body was nowhere to be found that they won't let him in the consulate following. That story in those two weeks. My mind i was going here was a story of a journalist and not only that. He's washington post journalist. Only citing for free speech and he's advocating for human rights and he disagrees with -tarian government and he's at essentially a war words with the crown prince. Now he's been murdered. Maybe this is the next film. I wanna to make human rights and freedom of speech is in just endanger and being suppressed in places like saudi arabia. It's here in the united states. That's brian fogel. And this is the retrial podcast rich role. Podcast podcast.
"fogel" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"Brian fogel. Welcome to the show. Good to be talking to you so first. Congratulations not only the new film. That we're gonna talk about an important film the dissident but also on your oscar win for your last film nicholas about doping in the russian sportsworld. I think people have a general sense of what the dissident is about. And so i guess my first question is how how's it doing in saudi arabia crushing at the box office there. I think it's It's in saudi arabia. The only way the film will make it into saudi arabia and light of not having a a global streamer is Through thumb drives Or some other illicit mean. Hopefully they'll be a lot of saudis on. Vpn finding ways to get the film. That was my poor attempt at an opening joke. Because we're gonna we're gonna be quite serious. We're gonna be quite serious here. So just indulge for moment in my reaction to the film so your folks were kind enough to send a screener to me and my team so we could watch it so i could ask you intelligent questions about the film which opens by the should say it is in limited release at theaters. But before i get into the analysis of the film and and the discussion of it when will people be able to watch it so it will be on a video on demand platforms Beginning january eighth. And so that means like you can go onto any place where you can rent to film comcast directtv Apple movies Amazon xbox wrote couve etc to friday january eight. It'll be available and and people have a lot of those streaming services now because that's all we do pandemic. Yeah it'll be available for rental on all the video on demand platforms so. I wanted saturday evening by myself on my laptop In my home office. And i expected to have a strong reaction because here on the podcast and just generally we've been we've been covering the story since the beginning of the brutal assassination dismembering which is a word you hate to use. But it's the accurate one of washington post journalist. Jamal khashoggi and i. I was not prepared. For how overwhelmed. I would be I had multiple emotions by the time. The film was over including anger and sadness and confusion and i was very moved by when you when you finished it and put together do was a filmmaker. Are you so close to it that you don't have that feeling or when you finally put it together at least the full version of a draft. The whole two hours of it did you. And your team have a reaction to what you had produced The answer is yes In really the year and a half of making the film. I i grew so close to teasha ganga's jamal's fiance and to omar abdel the young saudi dissident living in montreal that Omar became like brother and sister And and not a became like a sister to me and am when you're telling their stories and essentially embedding with them In spending days weeks with them in their lives he becomes so emotionally invested in what they're going through.
COVID-19 vaccine distributed to Houston-area nursing homes
"Houston health department says it has two hundred and sixty staff members who are eligible to receive their first round of the cove nineteen vaccine. The department says it will also offer vaccine to more than three hundred and sixty school nurses residents and staff at texas nursing. Homes are starting to get their cove. Nineteen vaccinations k. Ut's becky fogel tells us about a federal pharmacy partnership for long term care facilities. The program is free for long term care facilities it send staff from partnering walgreens and cvs location to vaccinate employees and residents governor. Greg abbott announced earlier this month. The more than thirty two hundred sites in texas signed up for the program totaling over two hundred twenty. Five thousand certified beds becky fogel reporting you till you reports. That pharmacists began vaccinating seniors at some locations in the cinco ranch and kenwood areas yesterday.
Film Maker Discusses New Documentary On Murdered Journalist Jamal Khashoggi
"You're listening to the takeaway. I'm kelly crossley in for ten a vega on october second two thousand eighteen washington post columnist and saudi dissident. Jamal khashoggi walked into the saudi consulate. Instanbul he was there to obtain documents for his upcoming marriage to his fiancee. He would never make it out. Reports of kashogi is murder and the overwhelming evidence that the saudi government including crown prince mohammed bin salman. We're responsible for his murder. Took the world by storm more than two years later. Kashogi murderers have still not been brought to justice and the lives of journalists around the world. Continue to be threatened this year. Forty two journalists and media workers were killed according to the international federation of journalists. The murder of jamal khashoggi and why the repressive saudi regime wanted to silence. Him is the subject of the new documentary. The dissident the latest film from the academy award winning director brian fogel. The film is now in theaters and will be available on demand on january eighth but several streaming services passed on releasing the film and fogel has said the film's criticism of the saudi government. May be why. I spoke with brian about the film. And why jamal khashoggi. Murder continues to capture the attention of the world. He was a washington post journalist. You know of course is history was as a saudi journalists but in the last year of his life he was writing for the washington post so as murder happened. Of course the news stories around the world was he was the washington post journalist. I think that the certainly attributed to the visibility. But i think even more importantly than that was the brazenness of describes some somebody walking into their own consulate seeking wedding papers while they're fiance is waiting outside for them only to never come out again and then for us to find out that he had in fact been murdered dismembered just a horrific situation so i think there were a lot of elements that really catapulted this story to the top of news feeds and then of course you know the kingdom itself and the repression going on within saudi arabia. That at the same time was being heavily marketed and promoted that mohammed bin salman was this great reformer changing saudi arabia opening up saudi arabia allowing human rights
Penix, Fryfogle, No. 10 Indiana blank Michigan State 24-0
"Indiana's four know after Michael panics junior threw for three hundred twenty yards in the tenth ranked Hoosiers twenty four nothing shut out of Michigan state at east Lansing amazing team we play you know it we played great on deciding on also starts with like we left a lot of points on the board but it was still seeing women no we're happy that we got thanks also tossed a pair of first half interceptions but he threw a pair of scoring passes to tie FRY Fogel who had eleven receptions for two hundred yards the Hoosiers a foreign when the big ten for the first time since nineteen eighty seven they now prepare for showdown with Ohio state the Spartans largest nine first downs and one hundred ninety one total yards rocky Lombardi was picked off twice before being pulled in the second quarter I'm Dave Ferrie
Why The Clippers Collapsed
"It felt like something was happening. There is something about the emotion. Past. Was Now you've? Seen. This isn't a story. Be The athlete. It stays with you. There Sam first of all, where are you right now I'm in the NBA bubble a new home away from home inside my hotel room and Casillas number to think twenty seven, twenty two is the room number if anybody wants to. Send packages or love one of the two But yeah, this is this is why these days. How has your bubble experience been so far to be honest committed it's gotten better. The airport experience was felt more stressful than I thought it went I actually had to masks because the end ninety five that US was one of those that does not protect the other person. So I put a cloth masks over that and then I ended up doing facial as well and it was the right move except man that first day travel psychologically I, remember just getting. Into, the hotel room just going Oh, boy that was the longest day of travel. I've ever had because mentally you can't smile at people. You can't talk to people that got me off to a tough start and then it's a nice room but the windows don't open you can't have a window open. There's no balcony unfortunately, the floor when I got here had not been cleaned so I would pay some walk and have bare feet in at the end of the. Day My feet would be black and so that mentally can after four five, six days you're sitting there going man I feel like I'm in this kind of dirty box. The other stuff that the players have talked a lot about is that even if the accommodations are fairly nice, it's just the psychological restriction and lack of freedom and knowing that you cannot go where you want to go. You can go on a walk around the perimeter, but if you go that. Direction and if you even go ten feet past the perimeter, you'll get seven days a quarantine. You know the other stuff also as it's just the interpersonal relationships and the people that everybody left behind you know whether you have a family or a girlfriend or a boyfriend whatever it is all that stuff adds up to a pretty challenging landscape had a productive couple of days. I'm going to carve out a little mental health time and there's a big pick ballgame happening. This afternoon with me in a few writers. I'm getting there. Well. So speaking of all of these challenges as in the bubble, let's talk about this epic meltdown of the team, a lot of people expected to at all the clippers. mcnuggets Oregon on time La. Twenty point lead with two ten remaining. This is absolutely shocking. What went wrong with the La Against Denver I think the broadview for me would be that we always felt like this team was potentially far too transactional if that makes sense. Somebody the other day, use the word mercenaries where it's kind of like I collide Leonard Paul. George have a ton of talent and they looked very good for most of the regular season. But in the bubble, what you saw was a team that was still learning one another in a team that wants the pressure continued to be applied by these other very good playoff teams. They did not have the fabric, the togetherness that connectivity and leadership to get through that. In Game Seven, I sat about twenty feet away from the clippers bench and that meant that I watched a clippers bench that with around seven minutes to go and I think they were down around thirteen at the time they just completely look like they gave up. This is what your best players got to elevate their game. And the clippers have disappointed asphalt. From the field. Two points in the fourth quarter. And frustrated, the stock of the heads went down the talking stopped you had all of a sudden whereas earlier in the game there was a flood of support and clapping from guys on the bench and intensity and passion. You had the golf clap clippers owner Steve bomber feeling like limber fans right now. I am absolutely shocked. Give this Denver Nuggets team a lot of credit. have taken the fight away from the clippers. deservedly. So the leadership thing is what they need to analyse going forward because as amazing Kawhi is he's incredibly quiet. We know that and Paul George I don't think has really ever found his leadership voice maybe that's just not the type of personality he is. But if you compare them to that other team in La, you know you've got a dude and Lebron whose so fogel and raise on Rhonda who sell vocal and I think if I had to pinpoint one of the biggest factors that kind of led to their demise I think it would be that. you and our colleague Yvonne Boo reported on chemistry issues within the clippers back. In January, did you get the sense that those issues were still present inside the bubble? So I don't I wish I had a better pulse on that. You Doc was kind of the main voice that I heard. I went to to other practices where I would listen closely to what doc had to say, and one thing that struck me was he would very candidly talk about how they were still learning each other as a team in the middle of the playoffs I look at the whole picture and I realize we haven't been together we haven't had a lot of time together. So I get it. You had the old guard, the Lou, Williams Pat Beverley mantras hair let group that did some pretty special things and the playoffs last year and was gritty and would play forty eight minutes a night if you wanted them to. Now, they tried to integrate with Choline Paul who came with the very different script and a very different style and combining the old and the new had its fits and starts, and certainly in the end, it seems like a lot of those things out. Cherishing teams are. The more chemistry for this group. D, better. I think that's really the tell at a tape with the season just didn't have enough time together. Paul George has been vocal about the mental toll of being in the bubble a couple of weeks ago. Paul George talked about being in a dark place whatever. The bubble got the best of me. I was just in a dark place. A really wasn't here. I checked out and SAM. You've gotten a taste of what it's like to be an isolation down there. We've just talked about that. Do you feel like Paul George and the clippers were maybe hit harder by the challenges of playing in this Environment Paul for sure I mean I applaud him for his willingness to speak openly about it, and then only he knows where his head was at in the later part of the series but I'll never forget I mean right corner. He shoots that three and it clicks off the backboard George. Why office to side of the backboard left corner he barely draws rim on three George Corner three way off short. Gets the rebound Paul George. Now, just to for ten from downtown they were more shook I don't know how to explain it than any NBA team I've ever seen in a crucial moment. I've never seen anything like that. So I don't know how Paul's State of mind came into play but I do think the clippers had a really hard time getting through all that stuff. So Sam what comes next for the clippers, they have a lot of strong personalities and obviously some divisions between them can they hold it together and be titled Favorites Again Next Year you know to be determined. There's already a little bit of a growing sense or at least questions around the League of are they is there any chance they would think about blowing this out because you got to remember to why Paul signed deals they're up next summer they can get out and and when they came to the clippers. People felt like it was unofficially you know a lifetime contract because those guys have the personal connection to the area but I think we're quickly getting reminded that if the basketball situation is not right and if their work life is negative, then you absolutely can't rule out the possibility of them changing their minds. Year and maybe sounding somewhere else you know the NBA rules are when you have a superstar a year away from free agency YOU'RE GONNA probably have to take those phone calls from other teams if you're not getting assurances and promises from those players that they're not going anywhere. So they've got a lot of questions to have answered and it's going to be painful for them to watch this Lakers nuggets series knowing how close they came.
Rio de Janeiro, Botafogo
"Rio de Janeiro is not known for its food. Bossa Nova Jaw dropping coastal views and a year-long party spirit is what the Brazilian city has come to be known for the southern rival of. Some Paolo is Brazil's culinary scene is taken seriously in part because that's one of the biggest selling points of the sprawling concrete jungle twelve million city residents. Brazilians will often tell you that the only thing to do in some Paolo is eat but one neighborhood in Rio is becoming a hot spot for new dining experiences offering something more refined ended up to date than the mountains of fried shellfish and basic beach. Snacks Botafogo is an area further up from the emblematic Panama. In Copacabana Strips towards the center of town a nondescript neighborhood famous for its football club than anything worth visiting. You go there to get your car teat pop into the dentist. Visit a great aunt who lives in one of the High Rise apartment blocks today on any given evening. The areas buzzing with young Cariocas Rio Residents. It all began around five years ago spurred by lower rent in the areas more favorable location. Botafogo is a halfway meeting point for the artsy crowd that live up in the hills of Laryngitis Santa Tereza and those who commute from Lebanon and Gavia. What stands out is that butter. Fogel has an experimental confidence that hasn't been seen in the city before with many establishments running a multitude of Functions Cafe Come Delhi Barton Gallery and Art Center. All in one space on offer is a clever mix of traditional hole in the wall bars or tackles that have moved away from selling generic mass produced bid to locally brewed Ales. Let's act alongside laid-back. Restaurants often disused car mechanic shops that have been revamped to offer fresh. Well presented dishes at affordable prices plus a few Michelin Stars topless thrown in restaurant. Last cy helmed by CHEF RAFAEL Costra. Silver is credited with really kicking off the gourmet seen in Botafogo. He's earned mission star since the place opened in two thousand fourteen and sources ingredients from his own garden as well as a plethora of nearby produces in grows. The menu is Brazilian but with a distinctly Basque flavor and lay out small plates. That stunningly presented cost spent several years in the Spanish part of the Basque country before returning to rear further along. The same street is market. You Come Tech. Customers cannot for their tasting menu as part of their dinner service. But there's plenty of space at the bar to just sample cocktail for simpler. Quick Bite. Resto bar KUNA has gained a reputation in Rio for its homemade hamburgers. The line regularly curves passed entrance with Pre Party. Goes opting them. Vegan inspired cats. You Burger all soft. Shell crab in a bomb order. Side of Deep Fried Mushrooms Croquettes said with generous dose of was sobbing mustard. They're delicious humid some nights in Rio plus dancing to their Afro House and Techno Dj sets calls for tip top soft drinks list to quench your thirst. Community subs traditional Matej their own in house. Fizzy drink and ZINGY NUTTAL. Jesus like lemon ginger and hibiscus. The founder Bruno Negron seems to be focusing on creating a culture around food in the area. He helps run a regular market locale community. Let's project gets independent for Jesus together. There's a miserable feeling among cariocas here of wanting to help the poor communities around them with sustainability and a great to social awareness. Shed by many. The onus international restaurants has taken note of the areas new buzz a successful haunt Lapuma over in Panama. Run by a French Jew. Went onto launch CANASTA. Rosenborg last year a wood burning. Fire UP ON TERRACE. Russell's up messy dishes like whole cauliflower drizzled with Sadiki that accompany that wind by the glass list crew is part english-owned a wine bar that specializes in natural and organic bottles
Can Cybersecurity Take on Facial Recognition Risks?
"The university of Alabama school of law online, choose between an l l m and tax or business transactions for lawyers or jurists master in taxation for non-lawyers. Connect. And learn with live lectures details. Had Bama by distance dot U, A dot EDU. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost does reporting from the newsroom in New York. Coming up trade dispute aside, when it comes to the biggest emerging Tech Trends, we're does the US stand against China from digital payments to facial recognition tech where the race has settled as of late and how cyber safe is this race. Anyway, that's after these tech headlines. Speaking of China's Weiwei technologies is delaying the release of its much hyped foldable smartphone. It is delayed until September from previously announced launch date of June at the journals Delyth tech conference in Hong Kong last week, Vincent Pang. It senior vice president said the move follows Samsung's decision to delay the late April launch of its galaxy fold after the device reviewers discovered problems with its foldable screen while way continues to remain in testing mode with Mr. Pang adding that the company is moving to release the device, quote as early as we can and quote. Lyrics site. Genius media group accuses Google of lifting its content. Here's the story genius says Google made a subtle change to some of the songs on its website, alternating the lyrics apostrophes between straight apostrophes and curly single, quote marks there is a difference, that's according to genius. Google denies wrongdoing. The complaints come amid mounting concerns over the business practices of Google and other tech giants, the Wall Street Journal recently reported that the Justice department is gearing up for a new anti-trust probe into the search company. And you reporting shows that car companies are stepping up efforts to tackle distracted driving from installing cameras to new monitoring tech that detects wanna driver's attention. Wanders from the road case in point, Volvo will start using new I tracking devices across his light up over the next few years in a system that would send an alert when a driver's eyes or verdict for too long Subaru, for its part installed a similar driver monitoring system and its forced or crossover last year. And BMW also is introduced trackers in a limited number of models, combating distracted driving has long been frustrating challenge for car companies regulators and law enforcement. And according to the journal, safety and insurance groups say distraction related deaths are likely much higher because many drivers are reluctant to admit to mobile use. After an accident coming up checking in on where the US ranks among some of the biggest global Tech Trends on the horizon, and how safe we are among them the university of Alabama school of law online choose between. An l l m in tax or business transactions for lawyers or jurists master and taxation for non-lawyers. Connect and learn with live, lectures, details at Bama by distance dot A dot EDU. Checking in on some of the biggest global Tech Trends while concepts like facial recognition check and digital finance continued to face much pushback in the US, some of the world's biggest tech companies are telling a slightly different story. Fresh off the stage at WSJ's de live conference in Hong Kong. The CEO of online travel company, booking Glenn Fogel, says China in particular, is using facial recognition to increase efficiency noting. The country is a head of the US in digital payments, and fischel recognition, nobody Lee, you is thinking all Ali pay, or we chat with that, but people live on that in China. And one of the biggest things are some of the technology differences. So, for example, things being really, picked up fast in, in China in general facial recognition in China, where they're using it to make it more efficient to get through an airport or any type of security thing. And this became more efficient, d she spans beyond China. And as we creep into the world. Of digital regulation. New such tech is beginning to cause headaches for companies who have customers worldwide different parts of the world, different legal jurisdictions that are coming up with different rules, Judea GDP are in Europe. You got this California law and all sorts of different things coming up in the questions. Sometimes I conflict in the makes it really hard for a global player, especially when you have customers who are going all these different jurisdictions, which one applies. How do you do it? How do you match that up? That's costly. It'd be lovely if there was sort of one Google regulation privacy, we've got a little follow that, and where do you store, the data incredibly complex issues. We got a lot of people working on it again, from my point of view of the CEO. I just make sure that it'd be understands all of our employees understands. How important it is to make sure we do. What is right? Which is maintaining the privacy for our customers because he had don't do that. You lose that trust. And you lose that trust you lose the consumer that's on. We don't want to have happened leads us to the very important question of cybersecurity at WSJ's recent CFO network annual meeting in wash. Washington. We learn how CFO's grapple to figure out how much cyber security spending is enough. Judith Pinto, managing director at promontory financial has more on where the business of cybersecurity goes from here encryption is going to need to change an understanding sort of the impacts with what you have is really critical, the risk, we have with a lot of these technologies that are very powerful. Whether it's quantum computing or AI machine learning is the bad actors have access to the same tools and oftentimes are very well funded and trained in how best use these we're seeing a lot of firms trying to the game because the impact could be huge for more on what the biggest tech leaders have to say on the matter, head to wsJcom that does it for the tech news briefing from the newsroom in New York, I'm Tanya boost dose. Thanks for listening.
Sudan's military ousts president in face of protests
"Months of protests on the streets of the capital co two and other towns and cities the anger directed at President Obama shit who's been in power for three decades will go he's under arrest told in the army is taking over his the Sudanese. Defense minister general on what if speaking on state TV just about an hour ago would like five the time to chat of the Security Council that the regime of the regime has been removed being held in a secure place with within in the studio, the BBC's Africa at its Fergal, Keane, he's gone, but what happens next who's in charge. Carry the military who are in charge of the moment. You said a few moments ago. People will be wondering what the opposition's viewpoint is what I can tell you in the last few minutes issued a statement saying they reject any idea of military takeover, and they called for the protests continue I think that's because people have had the experience of watching what happened in Egypt. They've looked L geria- and the general tendency of territory regimes not just in Africa. But but certainly in swathes of of inflexible endurable, and Kenny if you like in the way that they can take over from a mass protest movement appear to. To be moving towards democracy. But essentially keep the same kind of system in place. That's what hugely worries people. Now, if you do get tens of thousands of people who stay on the streets, hundreds of thousands of people confrontation of some kind with this new military leadership is inevitable. Remember, they've talked about a curfew or people into those. They've talked about a state of emergency for three months people keep to the terms of the state of emergency and above all are they going to tolerate any suggestion that the future of the country is going to be defined decided by the military yet. Again, just thinking about the man who made that announcement, the defense minister, isn't he called the circle? Anyway, I mean, it's very hard to have been part of the inner circle of Omar el-bashir over the last decade or more not be contaminated with the extraordinary brutality, which that regime was capable of. We saw in Dr forest for myself on the ground in Darfur, we saw in south Sudan during before the country became independent in the civil war. There we saw in the new amount. Mountains, it is looking around there and trying to find the good guys was always going to be difficult. It's only in the in the hours on days ahead that we will see whether to cynic liberal to skeptical of whether there is the possibility of more moderate younger officers coming to the fore because remember they were the ones who went protected the demonstrators in the last few days when they were attacked by regime loyalists the fact that I'm el-bashir has been toppled. I mean again, and we we should minimize this is hugely significant given the his grip on power for so long. Absolutely. The only it's all about about minimizing minimizing is about recognizing that this is a really fluid dynamic situation. And we don't know if the protesters who started in December. I remember this is comparatively short space of time. They start into Semper simmering discontent over over years of corruption and repression no sparked into action by the tripling of bread prices. And then they gather force. They've become a very cohesive movement. You know able to articulate coherent demands and apply pressure where matters and critically capable of mobilising vast numbers of people so to remove him and to see the thirty years of that dictatorship has been through people power. Let's not forget how this happened through people power pressure on the army. It is immensely significant. But we now need to see where the people are goes where the pressure will be applied. Thanks Africa, editor Fogel king
Loneliness And Our Beliefs
"Are we a progressive who values cooperation security expiration conservative vice loyalty, autonomy realization? Person who simply desires anyone's love and affection. So wanna look past faults? Someone to look past personality flaws someone to look past physical flaws to encourage lift up someone to simply enjoy fellowship connection income robbery with no matter our social or biological makeup desire connection, this society is very prevalent this because the very values we treasure which attempts to validate morality ethics also isolates and divides us. There's no reason to believe are pins should be a barrier to human beings and Nate desire for connection. I'll fuller show. We chase Fogel prominence and importance a limit our ability to grow by building walls to others, we perceive our failure only, this is destroying the lives of millions. We must look beyond our differences to understand our need to. Barriers and promote community. Many people want to fit but can't because of our society's obsession what morality ethics look like. When our connection to reflect our limited views, let go what we think is right concentrate and developing g when relationships.
"fogel" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"With the offensive line. Scott moved his split wide right wing, right? One receiver wide wildlife Ramsey back to throw looks left. Throws left fade pattern at ball is caught touchdown Indiana by fry Fogel and Indiana retakes the lead these oh he gets over the top of day, but long who's locked up in single coverage out here all by himself. David long lost track of the football. Didn't know where it was fry Fogel at six to able to go to high point to football and. Peyton ram Abbas, a disappointing drive for the and Dan Peyton Ramsey's showing something here and his game. He's throwing the ball pinpoint accuracy. Justice into attempt. The extra point kick his up and kick is good. So Indiana now has back on top seventeen fifteen with one thirty three left to play here in the first half. Now, it's been impressive this Indiana offense against the number one ranked defense in America and. Trek man up wrong. But Indiana doesn't appear to be all that doesn't appear to be all that upset about facing this Michigan defense. Well, you said at the top of this broadcast that you were worried about Indiana visibly how they went about their business while this uptempo these receivers and this quarterback will just watching them on tape. I'm impressed with Ramsey's accuracy. And he's done nothing to dispel that in this game. He's put the ball. Right. Where it needed to be a he has put it right on his guys. Right. The position where they can make plays. And the Indiana receivers are the ones they're winning a lot of the one on one battles. And they're they're they're coming through for their quarterback. I would imagine this will be a lively locker room at halftime, Don Brown, if we lean out of the booth we might be able to hear him from here. Thomas Edwards deep for Michigan. There's no real short kick, and it will be caught at the thirty nine yard line by Michigan on a fair catch and they'll take it from there. Wow, indiana. You're right, Dan, Indiana's given up field position big time. On their kicks. They're giving Michigan a sixty one yard field to work on right now. Well, Michigan right now wishes they had back. One or both of the timeouts that they've already used here in the first staff and a minute thirty three but only one time out. Patterson is in the shotgun to receiver split to the right? The setback next to him as Evans Patterson. Pass throws in the flat to Evans. Evans stops mix. Them in minutes. Forty upfield to the forty three yard line. Getting a four before Marcelino ball brings him down. It'll be second down and six for the wolverines. They go right to the huddle right to the ball. No huddle. The Michigan offensive line. Didn't look like they knew what they were doing on that play. There's nobody out in front blocking for Evans. Patterson back to throw looks drove down the Middle East jetty at the thirty. He's brought down from behind at the fifteen yard line. Zach gentry from shape. Patterson big play. Jalen Williams brings him down. Forty two yards on the completion..
3 fatally shot inside White Castle restaurant in Detroit
"Skies. Three men were found shot dead inside of the lobby of white castle. Fast food restaurant on Detroit's west side this morning. The men were discovered at the restaurant on west Warren. According to Detroit police when officers arrive to the scene three unidentified men who are believed to be in their late teens or early twenties were found unresponsive with multiple gunshot wounds to their bodies. Police say handguns were also recovered from inside of the lobby area of the restaurant and bullet holes were in the windows. New additional information is immediately available on the shooter's this is an ongoing
President Trump, Assault and WJR discussed on StartUp Nation
"Department says the nation's top diplomat has received a letter from North Korea's leader. The President Trump said he was expecting from Pyongyang correspondent will Ripley reports on the mystery communique no clues as to what that letter may contain. But President Trump did say this week that he expects the letter to be positive in tone. And that would be in line frankly with the communication between Kim and President Trump. They have been very friendly with each other very cordial ever since that summit in
President Donald Trump, President and Washington discussed on The Inside Outside Guys
"The, unite the, right rally is set, for Washington DC this afternoon marking one year since a, similar rally in Charlottesville Virginia corresponded Sarah Westwood says President Donald Trump had. Very little to say regarding this. Event we haven't heard much from the president on this topic beyond a tweet he put out yesterday condemning racism President Trump is here in, New Jersey wrapping up the. Last full day of his working vacation as those. White nationalist gather back in Washington just outside the White
Investigators working to recover debris from fatal plane crash
"Investigators from multiple. Agencies will be working to recover the wreckage of an empty, plain, stolen from the Seattle Tacoma airport by an airline employee who later died in. A crash authorities say the man was a twenty, nine year old ground service agent for horizon air the sheriff's department described. The man as suicidal witnesses say the plane was flying irrationally and believed it was a military exercise the chase came to a fiery end when the plane nosedived and crashed in a wooded area about twenty, five, miles south of seatac authorities believed the pilot was the only
The Spy Who Dumped Me Director Susanna Fogel Interview
"There was a report out this week from USC Annenberg its annual research into inequality in the top one hundred grossing films of the prior year. Literally, the first line in the thing is the needle is not moving onscreen for females in film. Women are still under-represented on camera and they are underrepresented behind it as well of the one hundred nine people who directed a top movie in two thousand seventeen. Just eight of them were women and even more rare than a female director in Hollywood is a female director doing an action. Comedy movie much less such a film with female leads. Redder director, Susanna Fogel is doing it though her movie out tomorrow starring Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon is called the spy who dumped me. Thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me. Tell me why you wanted to make this movie now shameless opportunism and ain't that the way. I mean. You know, the reason is really that I have always wanted to tell stories about friendships and it used to be that there was a place for for friendship stories in in the cinema. And now it feels like there's a a real binary between awards, drama type fair that you buy ticket to and ten pulse. And then I think I started to shift my own paradigm about was there like Jonah hybrid that I could explore that would make my my very small character stories cinematic. And so that's kind of what prompted this whole experience this. This is actually further down Melissa questions that I wanted to ask you about, but you wrote a piece in time magazine a couple years ago about a little bit about the culture of Hollywood sort of gender wise, but also about the culture of Hollywood mentor was and how you find people who can encourage you to do what you wanna do. And I think I think it's it. I think that's a lesser known part of the story of Hollywood today. Yeah. I mean, I think especially for women, it's it's just been hard and I think it sort of in some ways runs across purposes with the very necessary progress around me too. And that because it's sort of like if you're looking for a mentor had a very experienced director and there just aren't a lot of women who've been doing that for that long. Your your options are older men and and those older men probably rightly so have a certain amount of trepidation about entering into a mentorship relationship with the woman. It's kind of something that people don't talk about enough, I think. Have you to change at all in sixteen years you've been doing this? Yeah, definitely. I have felt that there's a lot of receptiveness to female stories now. I think some of it is a little bit. A lot of it is economically driven and driven by just kind of studios wanting to check that box because now they know they have a woman problem that they need to solve. Yeah. Yeah. I, it's hard to suss out what is real excitement to tell underrepresented stories and and what is kind of just kind of people realizing that they need to kind of catch up to the times. But I think it's your one conversation away with a away from knowing whether it's offense or not. You can just talk to people in know whether they're saying, oh yeah, it's just like a guy's movie, but we'll just put a a famous woman in it, and it will be we'll solve our problem, and which is actually like, let's revisit these narratives because we're sick of the same stories over and over will an and that's just to the spy who don't me right? That's it's, it's named after bond movie in it being build and and being written about as a born type thing, but with women. But it's not because the dynamic that you see on screen is just by definition different between two women than it is between mitt. Yeah. It's interesting to me that that now talking about the movie a lot, I think about the politics and the gender politics so much in a way that maybe I didn't when I was just inside it. It's interesting, you know. So now I'm thinking, you know, there's one..
Hundreds of homes destroyed in devastating California blaze
"Of, the Great Lakes. News talk seven sixty WJR six AM monster wildfire Trump denial I'm Barbara Kusak an. Explosive wildfire in northern California has, left two dead as destroyed. Five hundred structures now covering. Forty eight thousand acres correspondent Dan Simon says more than. Thirty eight thousand people were forced from their homes The devastation is beginning. To set in for people in Redding California The apple named car fire which officials say was first sparked by. A vehicle. Has ravaged the region since, Monday, and doubled in size no idea we're gonna do Morrow officials say. Clean temperatures and strong winds make this fire all the more fierce it is one of. Three major blazes burning across the state eighty eight across, the country sadly seems like this are. Becoming the new normal worldwide as temperatures rise due to climate. Change airlines cancelled flights says Japan's Pacific coast is bracing for typhoon Jong Dari heavy rain is already. Falling on a region devastated by floods. And landslides earlier this month five people were killed following separate shootings last, night. That included a nursing home in. A suburb of Corpus Christi Texas the shooter. Was among the dead a motive is unknown President Trump's longtime fixer Michael Cohen claims Trump new in real time about the June two thousand sixteen, meeting with Russians to get dirt on Hillary Clinton according to, CNN N. correspondent ABBIE Philip reports if true. Cohen's claim would contradict repeated denials by Trump the president left. Town without making any statements at all leaving this as simply a his word against his former lawyers. But the President Try the in a. Tweet to preempt questions from reporters denying the story CNN also reports Cohen, is. Willing to make this assertion to. Special counsel Robert Muller parts of Munich airport. Temporarily shut down after a woman entered a security zone without going through security and passport controls authorities still looking for the woman I'm Barbara Kusak Seven sixty WJR news are meadowland Landreau WGN news time six oh to currently it's sixty two degrees the late Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne was seriously ill for more, than a year the revelations raise the questions of why the company didn't know about it WJR's. Dick Hafner reports Zurich hospital that treated, Sergio marshawn revealed that he was sick for more than a. Year with a, condition which is still mysterious Marcio apparently did not. Tell the, company and so- shareholders did not know martians family says Fiat Chrysler was not told until just before he died, was that the company's responsibility to know the man who saved. Fiat Chrysler put together a five year business plan and despite his plan. To retire next. Year the Fiat Chrysler annual report states marshy owned is critical to the, implementation of our business plan rules, governing public companies in the US do not require them to reveal health problems of top executives. The rules group the issue with. Major changes that Should trigger a public disclosure dick Hafner WJR news two more cases. Of, measles have been confirmed in Michigan. This year according to the. Michigan department of health and human service the too ill. Individuals are residents of Oakland and washtenaw counties the new cases raise the. Total cases of measles in the state for two, thousand eighteen to four last year there were two cases of measles in Michigan all four of this. Year's cases in the state were the result of exposure outside of the. Country a benefit for the wounded warriors project is being held in canton today WJR's gene Fogel explains it's not your typical fundraiser the fundraiser at heritage park and South County center road will include a walk talk and yoga event, the yoga sessions where we led by Dan Nevins he's a motivational speaker nationally recognized wounded warrior. Himself retired army staff sergeant had to, have both legs amputated below the knees because of injuries suffered. During a.
Former Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne dies at 66
"Day that Fiat Chrysler reports quarterly earnings, but that news is overshadowed by the death of the man who saved both companies. Sergio Marchi own an accountant and lawyer who became an auto execs. Who save both Fiat Chrysler has, died he was sixty six the holding company of the family which controls Fiat. In Italy says in a statement unfortunately what. We feared has come to pass Sergio Marchi owned man and friend is. Gone he was. Known for his workaholic. Lifestyle sweaters and. Chain smoking Marsh was named Fiat's chief executive in twenty four after he, was appointed to the board, of that failing. Italian automaker he had worked primarily in. Finance but he rescued Chrysler, from the, brink of liquidation in twenty nine and worked to, deal with the US and Canadian governments to wipe out debt he discussed. The merger in this twenty fifteen interview. With Paul W, Smith and creating monsters, of unmanageable size and proportions I. Think the Fiat Chrysler merger is a classic example of how something can be achieved, transnational not saying that we couldn't have done better than we've done but you've done. Very well I think we've done all right in terms of estate Publishing links across the, globe organization and starting to get the benefits of the coal management of the industrial reality. That we face globally, and then took advantage of the changing tide in the auto market in the US. Which, has seen customers turn to SUV's and. Light trucks marshawn recognize that here's company had. One of the iconic brands Jeep and he wrote Jeep and ram trucks to bankroll the rest of the company. He appointed Michael Manley as they head of Jeep and ram now. Manley has replaced Marcio Marcio was, scheduled to retire in April of next year he was hospitalized in late June for shoulder surgery and what was expected at least publicly to be. A short stay but the surgery was for cancer he suffered a stroke as a result of the surgery and never. Recovered marshy owner and college degrees in Toronto where his family moved from Italy when he. Was, a teenager and at the university of Windsor he later earned, a law degree from York. University the chairman of fiancee's in a statement this morning Says I believe that the best way to honor here's memory is to build on the legacy he left us. Continuing to develop a human values of responsibility and, openness of which he was the most ardent champion Today is. Scheduled, to be the last day of closing arguments in the involuntary manslaughter trial for Michigan health director Nick Lyon in connection with a legion. Airs outbreak which was right about the same time of the Flint water emergency an our man who robbed. A subway restaurant in Oakland County over the weekend has struck again this time in independence township five Lansing women are scheduled to be sentenced today for. Running up illegal operation out. Of a shopping center in, Lansing, they turn the Logan square shopping center according to. The authorities into their own. Private casino responded to a tip and rated the building last July inside they found sixty gambling. Machines fifty one year old lead dang but guilty to. Charge, of conducting a gambling operation the charges a. Tenure felony the other. Four women pled guilty, to misdemeanor charges Thirty-seven-year-old alma shepherd and fifty nine or Krysta Albert could be sentenced up. To two years in prison Twenty-three your angel choke lesson thirty four year old Cynthia Snyder are facing one year sentences All. Are scheduled to be sentenced today in income County Circuit Court gene Fogel WJR news Canada authorities in Toronto now confirm they're investigating possible, terrorism links by the gunman who went on a, shooting spree several days ago in Toronto's greektown area the Danforth. A, former Dearborn man is due in Detroit federal court today to face terrorism charges he was arrested in Syria WJR news time seven zero. Four here's Nick Roddy sports thank you take the Tigers lost the royals five four on Tuesday night the. Final game of that series will be this afternoon with Matt Boyd facing Danny Duffy the New York Yankees have acquired former all star relief pitcher Zach. Britton from the Baltimore Orioles. For three minor leaguers lions, veterans, report to Allen park tomorrow I start of training. Camp that starts on Friday. But defensive end Ziggy Ansah will not be on the field the team is placed on the. Physically unable to perform list he underwent knee surgery earlier. This, spring they also placed rookie fullback Nick Baden. On injured reserve the tornado c. l. And Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones will not report. To camp tomorrow because he wants his contract reworked, Jones has three years left on his current deal I'm Nick. Roddy WJR sports traffic and weather first on the fives up. Next this internet provider promise a lot, let's hear who really delivers,.
The executive replacing Marchionne at FCA, Ferrari, CNH
"Fogel afternoon Sergio Marchionne is out as a head of Chrysler the automaker announced today that. Mike Manley a former head of the Jeep when Graham brands will replace him at CEO immediately the sixty five year old marchisio had been on medical leave for the past several weeks at. A board meeting today company officials said he suffered unexpected complications while he was recovering from surgery. And that his condition had worsened significantly glee in reaching hours to the, point where he could not return, to work Manley had been appointed head of ram in two thousand fifteen he also served as. Head of the Jeep brand since two thousand nine with. Threat of higher tariffs looming over the automobile industry WJR Haefner reports on increasing pressure to come up with a new. Version, of NAFTA President Trump calls the North American Free trade agreement, a terrible deal for America for chasing thousands of jobs to Mexico. Behind the scenes talks are going on to avoid tariffs listened to Mike Jackson the head. Of auto nation The largest dealer group tariffs and. The auto industry..
"fogel" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
"Okay actual recording artists from jerry vogel you got you got a new walmart now you gotta do walmart we need to cvs rapper here's a sandwich artist we by the way i have some new jared fogel intel okay then i just found out about so i've been doing like a like a hit jared fogel chunk on the road and end locally but i did this like long jared fogel bit at this show last weekend in the sky comes up to me afterwards and he is like due to have jared fogel story for you and he was saying that like jerry fogel is from like bloomington right and he lived above a subway and he like lived above subway and he would just go because it's convenient it's right above his right under his apartment and he was like infatuated with his one like teen girl cashier there he would always ask like oh where's like katie or whatever her name was and she was she got creeped out so she started working at a different subway location downtown and he would walk from his apartment to the downtown that's loss ways you see her that's why he lost weight that's an advantage store yeah and that's what subway base there higher they should have fucking put out there yeah like if you're a pedophile fat walked down yeah chases of meat that you've been craving that's that's actually an article that's a no i new york time yeah this is an exclusive that i'm dropping i can't wait.
"fogel" Discussed on The Watch
"The second season only the second season because the first season was cast very poorly always back to nypd blue were so so happy to be joined by alexa fogel thank you for coming in thank you for having me so we wanted to start specifically with atlanta because it's on right now and obviously we love it and one of the reasons we're so excited to have you here is not just to talk about atlanta but to talk about the work that you do which is too often not appreciated but very often not understood so i wanted to talk specifically about atlanta because this past week episode is the fourth episode of the season and it's the one where they go to the german shila hearty specifically it's a showcase for beats who is incredible in the episode and one of the breakout stars of tv from the last few years in my opinion i'm this is a long runway because you may tell me that oh she came with the package before you were associated with a show but i wanted to use her maybe as a way into discussing what you do and how you do it because she's so incredible i'd never seen her before and now look what she's doing week to week on the best show on television think you know there when you talk about the process of casting in the way that i work i think you're also talking about writing and i'm really fortunate because i work with wonderful writers in zayas case interestingly she had just been cast in a recurring role on the deuce when we were doing the additions for atlanta.
"fogel" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"This is like twenty nine percent ron tomatoes is directed by clooney i can just watch logan against has popped and logan before i fell asleep again so uh awesome awesome experience thanks to bend lies thanks to everybody involved with it now speaking of been as a cities it's bill us right now but he did catch up with brian focal who won the academy award for acreage so thrilled for him because it's a great documentary on netflixing but russian doping here is bans interview with rifle are joining me right now on dc to file podcast sees the director of the oscarnominated it grist it's brian fogel and have you gotten used to that introduction the oscarnominated actress considering you've been working on this film for five years at this point have absolutely not gotten used to that introduction i don't think i ever will what point did oscar become a possibility because i know this journey has been a long one and has taken a lot of different twists and turns along the way i think a coming into sundance and um after sundance the film was well received and um my team a net flicks started hoping that that might be a possibility but uh what a tremendous honor and um there's so many amazing films in the race this year and so many filmmakers that i got to know personally that didn't credible work so to be now on the final five is just a tremendous honour an unifil was him for gregory chain cough and his desire to tell the truth um none of this would have happened in a wouldn't be sitting here talking with you 2016 the new york times article comes out 2017 as you mentioned sundance now 2018 the oscar nomination on the eve of another olympics how do you feel like the world is ready for the olympics and what role do you think the olympics play now in 2018 well i think the the olympic brand has been greatly tarnished um through uh gregory's evidence and the information that we monitor stood as part of this conspiracy to cheat and part of that tarnishing of the olympic brand is their actions in regards to the scandal um just the fact that they could allow neutral russian athletes to compete in the games that could prove themselves to be clean.
"fogel" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"At least that's you know that's the feedback that i get from people um i'm not trying i'm not trying to minimise not not so much what our team did but what are an entire generation of cyclists in cycling teams and directors doctors and or not would but that whole generation did we can minimize that but it does get put it into perspective when you watch a kourous yeah five phil i could certainly gets put it into perspective in sense of the larger huge global cyst a tale on it for you guys for greg gregory when the tail on this thing is that's what but that's with this that's what makes this story live on today like the movies over the word season will be over you'll go on her next project uganda bike ride the tail on his story is forever and the real world events on this forever because not only does it does it essentially change olympic history for however many years you wanna go back i think it calls into question the future um as well and um and gregory certainly has never gonna think be roaming the streets as a free man whereas sadlier her body thing that you thanks for having awesome absolutely thanks for having me here in new york awesome awesome all right thanks for tuning in that wraps it up the second part of my conversation with eucharist director brian fogel now nominated for an academy award hey real quick 'cause we're talking about people nominated by good buddy the artist jr is also nominated in this field going against brian fogel his film faces places uh that he did with uh an older french leads a great story like if you watch the images of him and hers did this ladies i dunno lg pay eighty.
"fogel" Discussed on Super Station 101
"At the world just a global the of the entire earth you can see how the various countries actually uh piece back together so was a very fascinating part of the first book oh yeah aimed ashley you will pain jill a you know it is that's why we're eating located called it it it all i had on me you know i'm i'll be sixty next year and i wear jeans it's all how long initial time combat is air will jumped out at me you know it just go show he got always show feisty well how much reading only well then you out a that that's one of the reasons why our pastors will typically you know neto request store suggest to us that we spent so much it's time in the bible because a couple things number one you always tend to get something out of the bible that you did not get out of it before and you make a very valid point in that is kinda like watching a movie over and over and over again a pick it up on something you didn't pick up prior as you read the bible that one thing the because the bible's it's it's alive its living and the the lord we'll speak to you at certain times as you point out jumping off the page and genesis is certainly not exclusive but things would jump off the page and truth will be revealed to you at a time that you are most receptive to it there is an old chinese proverb that goes when the pupil is ready the teacher will appear and that is is very very much as stu in terms of our christian walk in our faith that's why it's important to live inside the bible as much as you possibly can all throughout the the entire document for the reasons that the lord will use it at various points in your lives to speak to you predicated on what's going on in your life and who will reveal and give you greater insights as as you become more intimate with the book yeah oh national now fogel may it.
"fogel" Discussed on Future Thinkers Podcast
"Everything in your environment is affecting you right this concept of oncological design did we build environments and they in turn affect us it gets a fascinating is it natural selection is creatures it are being selected for based on their adaptiveness to an environmental were the first creature they're radically changes its environment even one generation to the next but then were making an environment that is in turn affecting us back and since we can't genetically chains at fast we are you know nor structurally changing epa genetically changing and so when you think about everything right you think about the colour in the contrast on your phone you think about the fact that it's twodimensional rather than threedimensional you think about just how much time we spend looking at a fixed fogel distance you know on our laptop or whatever and that's a big part of why we lose our eyesight because our eyes are spending too much time looking at a fixed focal distance rather than than having a continuously changing phobal distance part of our evolutionary environment but you move from that to even thinking about okay so we're in a house where the paint dstld full of volatile organic compounds and the carpets made a show of volatile organic compounds aldehydes and etc that are either into qiren disrupters carcinogens or neurotoxins and our indoor air quality is worse than three way air quality we need to completely changed the building materials we use rank and then you think well so those indigenous people spent very little time indoors.
"fogel" Discussed on Kickass News
"The project began when amateur cyclist brian fogel was incredulous at the news that his hero lance armstrong had competed using performance enhancing drugs and passed over five hundred antidoping tests so fogel said out to make a film in which he himself would use performance enhancing drugs in preparation for the world's toughest the amateur cycling event the hope route and prove once and for all just how easy it is for athletes to cheat the world antidoping agencies drug tests to advise him on his doping regimen he sought the help of a dr strangelove like scientist named gregory rod chang cough booted all of the anti drug testing for russian athletics what followed resembles a gianluca ray thriller as the news broke that the same scientists helping brian fogel was at the center of a massive statesponsored conspiracy to dope russian athletes competing in the social olympics as fogel delves deeper into the rabbit whole of corruption deceit endanger it soon becomes apparent that the russian government has been systematically doping its athletes for every olympic games since 1968 calling into question the results of every competition in which an athlete ever loss to a russian today brian fogel comes on the podcast to talk about his remarkable film and the scandal that rocked the olympics and set off an international crisis he discusses how he used himself as a human guinea pig to prove just how easily athletes can cheat antidrug tests and he shares how he experienced first hand the power in the limitations of human growth hormones he talks about the quirky scientists to help them in the unlikely friendship that quickly evolved brian fogel reveals how russia's fsb agents helped athletes at the sochi olympics cheat the system just how high the scandal goes and why he calls his friend gregory russia's edward snowden hill also discussed the reaction when he presented this evidence to the officials at the world antidoping agency and he'll speculate on why the international olympic committee ignored waters recommendations and still allowed russian athletes to compete in the 2016 olympics in rio.
"fogel" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"A few said to somebody in oh we would you like this dan fogel birdsong playing what i if you're the dan fogel berg state he'd be like yes played for free maybe someone wanna go out and go home and buying on i tuned secular the otherwise it's it's zero and they was raked desire as i i should they play it for free it's like i you know you wouldn't know it if it didn't you know like lawyer yeah it's like hey guardians of the galaxy probably had to pay the raspberries a bunch of money for their pop song from nineteen seventy seven but wait a minute isn't this go to sell a lot of units of this song i think dossier no more others and i would i think that's up to the because i know fix satisfaction throwing stones is the most expensive song to license its like 500 k but that's license after you wanna played on the radio or at home depot it probably cost the same as any other song i'm guessing go being semiworks on a classic rock morning show we play that song an awful lot yes the motown some decrying all always that for sure i'm just saying if guardians of the galaxy wants to put your forgotten to time pop song that's not on anybody's rotation when tarantino called like i would like to ask for a finished yet right but the rallies though now it's fifty grand again that's the way it works are gary uh sorry gary has this d khan hyun's a cheering off a sharing off a a tire and wheel grows into the air and lands in the audience and all it did was the the stuff degraded and when it degraded it snapped than so that's why you gotta go with four loom when the um the nuts one i'm doing and that's what i'm thinking about that's all i'm thinking a pullout seat put in her system.