21 Burst results for "Four Screens"

"four screens" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 5 d ago

"four screens" Discussed on KOMO

"And a small group of representatives from the CID. But I'm told this won't be a big public event. It won't be open to all the members of the community. And that is Paul Rivera reporting. The Seattle city council has endorsed the downtown Seattle association's plan to revitalize third avenue details from northwest news radio's Jeff pojo. Details of the plan have not been finalized, but generally speaking, what the DSA wants to do is expand sidewalks and possibly reduce the number of lanes to better service mass transit and local businesses. Council member Lisa herbal. This is one of the best performing transit corridors in the nation. And we do not want to sacrifice that as we work to address the other challenges in that corridor. The third avenue has been a hotbed of crime and violence for some time and details of the revitalization plan still need to be worked out. This resolution that the council approved simply endorses the idea that third avenue needs some significant improvements. Jeff pozole and northwest news radio. The King County council has passed a resolution that would create a new system for reporting hate crimes, come a four screen of Argus reports on why council members hope it will encourage more people to come forward. As part of the community watch for Chinatown international district who hears about the Asian hate crimes in the city. She says those hate crimes continue. They're still hearing about seniors who have been yelled at, who have been chased and they don't know what to do. Who says a lot of the time people don't want to talk about what happened, which stops them from reporting it. And because of the rise in these cases, council member Reagan Dunn proposed a hate crime reporting system that would include a county white hot line. I'm not sure that people realize that the hateful actions that are projected towards them are actually a felony crime. And two, it can be hard for people to report these cases. And in order to get people to report these crimes, Tanya Wu wants there to be a hotline that addresses the language barriers. Some sort

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"four screens" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"four screens" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 440th episode of awards chatter, The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is one of the most respected and beloved actors of our time. Described by The New York Times as quote the thinking man surrogate and the thinking woman's hunk. And by the Los Angeles Times, as quote, a pure actor versatile dedicated intelligent and very good indeed at home in any medium and any period. He has done outstanding work over 7 different decades on the stage and screens big and small, accumulating a Tony nomination and Oscar nomination and 8 Emmy nominations, one of which resulted in a win. But he is best known for one role in particular. Jack McCoy, the New York assistant district attorney, turned district attorney on NBC's Law & Order. A character he played from 1994 through 2010 and who he returned to playing this year. In addition to also popping up in supporting parts on the Netflix comedy series grace and Frankie and the Hulu limited series, the dropout. Sam Waterson. Over the course of our conversation, the 81 year old and I discussed how a guy who dreamed of being a Shakespearean actor and made his name at Joseph pap's annual New York Shakespeare festival wound up breaking into screen acting, how playing the parts of several practitioners of the legal profession may have planted the seed in the mind of dick cook to cast him as Jack McCoy, how he has managed to keep interesting for audiences and for himself a character who's consistency and steadiness have been his defining traits over more than 300 episodes, plus much more. And so without further ado, let's go to that conversation. All right, Sam, thank you so much for joining us on the podcast. Great to have you. And on this one, we always begin truly at the beginning. I wonder if you wouldn't mind sharing with our listeners, where were you born and raised and what did your folks do for a living? I was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on November 15th, 1940. And I grew up in a little town outside of Boston called north and over Massachusetts. And my both my parents were teachers, my father, and my mother, both child at the same boarding school, Brooks school. And I went there for a year and then I went to boarding school at another school. And I believe, is it correct that your father was actually your first director? Yes, he was. He how did that work? Well, it was great. He directed, he directed the school plays there. He had had a serious amateur.

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Jen Psaki Shrugs off Crime Concerns as Part of ‘Alternate Universe’

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:19 min | 8 months ago

Jen Psaki Shrugs off Crime Concerns as Part of ‘Alternate Universe’

"Yeah, when they're pee, says the first year of the Biden administration was extraordinary. I'd agree with that. Although I suspect we have a different interpretation of extraordinary. But extraordinary is one way to put it. Yesterday, press secretary laughing off the concerns that 83% of Americans have, according to a recent poll that crime is the first and foremost problem in America's communities. And Psaki shrugs this off as Fox being in an alternate universe. She was on a podcast explaining that she's got the four screens on her wall. The cable news networks. I guess that would be Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, and what was the fourth maybe MSN or CNBC, I guess? So those are the four cable news networks that real image really for news and breaking news and opinion is just Fox MSNBC. And CNN, things are so bad incidentally over at MSNBC that their top rated show host is taking a sabbatical

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"four screens" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"Which are saturdays. Usually somewhere around ten o'clock with today. It was like ten thirty eastern time eastern standard time. However they tracked that you can join the chat room when we had to make some technical adjustments. Yes we did. There's there's always that there's always that something like the going on over here or behind me when my four screens in front of me which is crazy. Absolutely convinced by sixty to be blind. You've been here you screen them in front of like ninety percent of the stupid day man being bathed with whatever is coming out of these machines. Just it's going to be over you know so. I don't know what that glow was under my doors. I heard some footsteps..

"four screens" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

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"four screens" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"They were too. I don't remember back then. There were two different apps. Marketplace is that within g. suite or whatever they're calling within g. sweden there was a whole like business productivity apps with had to work within their suite of software. Right no to be honest not back. Then it's really it's what you said because i don't remember having a g. Suite integration in the euro one and we were listed and it basically just linked out your website. That's how it was okay and so anyone who came in. Did you initially no four screens. And then i wanna do a demo or did you start doing demos as soon as they signed up The force creams thing was a very early win. Big okay so the damn overflow was to. Some people didn't sign up and do the four screens bay when to the demo button directly. Okay so we. We had that available on the front side so those will one but for the sign up. The force screens was very early on because viva focused from days. Zito that this is not going to be sales lead. This is going to be product lead. This is going to be self so so that i think that focus from day one helped us a little bit now. In hindsight like the many other things that we may have fudged and belonged along the way but the focus was And subsequently what ended up happening on the on boarding really was the reason why rent from like hundred gay to three hundred k. The next year to a million the next billion. What did you learn what happened on those calls that allows you to do it. What happened on the on boarding allowed us do it. It was it was the the web on boarding that was getting so good that it helped convert more and more sales..

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"four screens" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Just take her straight to that room. You are all man, son. Close the door. Daddy's fixed to fill valve and now it's reward time. I mean, what's that sound? Don't you worry about Dad. What's that say? Oh, yeah, the one time he's not totally engrossed in a video. Exactly. He wants his switch. He wants his Amazon. We control it. He wants his Switch is Amazon fire stick and his tablet like wants All these things are like once and you'll go into his room and I'll have the TV arm and he watches these These, um, voice memes. It's like it's like a British voiceover guy. And it's just these memes that pop up on YouTube went after the other after the other compilation, and and it's red in this voice. Man goes to the store, and he says that it's like it's all these memes read aloud in this Computerized British voice. He's got that on. He's playing his switch. And then he's on his tablet face timing one of his friends at the same time, so so we have childhood is so much different than my child. Oh, my God! You know it wasn't honestly It wasn't that long ago like maybe eight years, although, and now that's a long time For what? I'm talk. I'll say my daughter's became multi screen people. It was when they first came up with the term when someone was to screening or multi screening and it was when they would always have their phones with them while we were watching a show. Like, what is it about? You can't like, just watch the show, And now everybody has their phone next to them while they watch the show and or are looking at the phone while the show is running, so you're to everybody to screens who three screens or four screens right? That's not with their bet. That was not that long ago. The two screens was really like A lot of people kind of disturbing that you couldn't pay attention. The one I remember that, because, um, like you said, not too long ago. But when I was with my ex and we'd go to the movie theater, and I would have, and this was I had my sidekick. I was physically addicted to my sidekick. And I would not. He would keep you, like, turn it off completely, like just shut it off, And I'm like, Well, let me just live on silent and then let's just keep it here like it was, like a little comfort, blanket type of thing or whatever, but I would be all my power to not at some point, pick it up and just look like a lot. Yeah, Yeah. I mean, is that the one that slid like it looks like a rail a phone. Then it slid up and how to keyboard underneath. That is the one I'm thinking. Yeah. You love that sidekick. Technology is not going to get any better than this. I know, right? That's what we thought. That's we thought with blackberries to write Stupid little, but Usually your thumb would hit to it. I mean, it was just Library was the thing that was that That was the one that was kind of like a little like, almost like an oval, and then it had the keyboard. Uh, it was attacked on the screen. Yeah, it was. And it was all exposed, right? There was a bigger screen. Yeah, I remember, though. I didn't ever have one of those. I think serious people have those Like adults like, you know, like, uh, non side kickers, right? Well, recent. You know Brad's experience with the YouTube. I I just had a YouTube thing happened. That actually saved me from, uh, Like from Like I was going to call. It was actually a plumber situation right away. It was like my oil burner. There was there's nothing on the walls Electric, and it's going just in their flashing and taking the whole time. Just like what is this? I don't understand. I started looking it up on YouTube like I do. How do you look up thing on the wall is going back. And, uh, I don't know. How do I look that up? I don't know what to call it. So, uh, I figured, all right. It's got to be electrical. Uh, I'm looking where it's going to on a burner and what's next to it? I'm like, all right. It's uh so I was put in like oil burner transports oil valve, electric pain. Weird sub burner sounds, even though it's not the burners next to it, whatever I eventually found it. And, uh, it kept me from getting the plumber right away. But it's still something I couldn't do. But like it gives you this knowledge where you don't have to call up and say this thing is making a sound And should you and then they come over 120 bucks to visit and then they're like, Oh, this is nothing. All you do is flip it off and restarted like that would be the worst. So I want to avoid the so YouTube saved that I find out It's called, like a relay or something. And it's whenever, like, you want hot water, or you want to turn on heat or whatever it sends, like a message to this thing that starts up the oil burner. Oh, I learned this from YouTube and I said, Well, I can't fix this. So now I know for sure I do want to pay the guy to come over to replace it fixed or whatever has to be done. And then I don't you know, because how many times in my life Have I had someone come over something And you feel stupid because then they say, Oh, it was just this. Why couldn't tell me that on the phone because it's 99 bucks or under 20 bucks to come over. That's how it works, and that's what YouTube can save you. That's why, Yeah, I can. But last way I like sometimes I'm grateful about the apartment life because I will literally call and I will sometimes be embarrassed. Like, Oh, that was it. And I don't like to have to rely on other people. I would like to do it myself At the same time, I do pay rent, and they have designated for that. So I know you. Yeah, Like I'm gonna I'm gonna use it. And that's all right, too. A lot. But I do feel like an idiot. I know exactly what you mean. You're like, Oh, I could have done that right now. But you got to know that you're not the only one ever and that they're used to this stuff. Where And everybody just has no idea. That's why they're professionals at it. And we do. What do we know? You know, kind of out of our depth so well, congratulations to breath. Thank you. Very, very proud of you for fixing the toilet. Serve you. You need any plumbing or whatever done, you know, Uh oh, You know, if they got time, I got a list of people that.

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"four screens" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"You can save you know before major accounts and all of that or replay. A battle without losing experience points like games have gotten easiest when you go back to these old games without the option as set says some people are just never gonna to finish the ever to play them that that would be a shame. Yeah the real quick way. i'll put it is. I would encourage people to go back and try it without it. If you wanna see what that experience was like but i would not encourage people to go back and do it. Just 'cause because the frank truth is if the technology and the capability was available easily back then all of these games would have saves right no like the fact that they've added them now is just a quality of life adjustment and i mean everyone else's solution back then was just not turn off the council ever and hope nothing went wrong so now we don't have to do that job and also remember like a lot of the two games. Were just like three to six our experiences right and so having to replay the levels it was part of the value. Like they wanted you to play these games for a long time. And then obviously. Before that in the arcade games cycled through four screens and there was about ice cores. So things have changed the expectations of gamers today. Different completely agree. And thank you ever so much for being unintended voiced. At this week. I think we had some really great conversations. Appreciate that and if any of you would like to send in your questions to nintendo voice chat. You can write to us at nbc at aegean dot com or respond to our question blog post on facebook at the voice chat podcast forms on facebook. Who would have guessed. And if you're listening to us do implore you to go over to the aegean games youtube channel and watch us to get glimpses of video game game play and also our faces which maybe less important who knows but anyway thank you everyone so much for listening or watching voice chat agents nintendo podcast and remember. Nbc is the only place you can give the food. Get the thing..

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"four screens" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"I'll just introduce this before turning it over to you. But i think people don't think about that so so closely you know just like now. We constantly have people talking about antitrust regulation of social media companies etcetera etcetera generations. Ago like we also had new media and we had a regulatory framework for it and that regulatory framework has actually changed pretty drastically recently in ways implications. I think we haven't yet seen play out. So what's up. Yeah so there's two things to know just of off the bat that are big picture one is that the film industry is not very old. It's really been around for like hundred years and change and it's always been driven by technological changes. Everything that's ever happened in movies. Culturally has been driven by technological changes whether it was getting sounds movies or color or tv's being developed or vhs streaming now so just keep that in mind the other thing to know is that as opposed to a lot of countries the us government has very very little involvement in hollywood and there have been separately like other movements to make sure that that happens like there are points of connection but there are very few regulations on the books. I think a lot of people don't know that like for instance the rating system the npa ratings Pg aren pg thirteen. Those are not legal at all. There's nothing about them. That's in the law. That's different from even the uk where they're actually in the law and this is like preemptive self regulation right. Yeah that's if congress was yelling guest and they were like ok guys will take care of yeah instead of establishing like an official film censorship organization even when there was a censorship saying happening which is called the code. I can't even possibly get into that. The kind of hays code production code for decades went on but that was a self censorship thing too and so there have been little legal have been little local regulations here and there in different states localities. But in general important to remember that the government doesn't get involved in hollywood's business. Hollywood likes it that way in general okay so there is sort of one big exception to this which is something called the paramount decrees and this could go a way into the weeds which is kind of right. But this could get very specific. But i'll just kind of explain what. The paramount decrees did so back. In hollywood's golden age is what we usually call it. There was something called like the studio system and major studios. Paramount was the biggest at the time. Which is why they're kind of on the on the regulation. They owned the entire pipeline of movies so they signs these really huge exclusive contracts with stars talent So if you were an actor in a movie for paramount you couldn't unless there was a lot of wheeling and dealing you really couldn't be in a movie for some other studio and you might make like fifteen of them year which was a lot so that was true. Then they owned all the means of production. They own the studios. They owned the writers essentially. They had little offices that they went to work on and then they owned the film. Sometimes they actually own the company that produced the film like the actual physical film that the movie was printed on and they also distributed the movies themselves and often. they owned theaters. That they put the movies into so they own the entire thing and it's just kind of classical vertical integration. They also had a practice called block booking so block booking was where a studio perhaps you know say i own a movie theater in the nineteen thirties. And i want to get mary. Pickford new movie. Because mary pickford is a huge box office. Draw and i wanted in my theater. So i can make some money from it so i would approach paramount's a hey like i want the next mary pickford movie. How much does it cost to license. The film am block booking was where they would say. We'll sell you the license but you also have to do along with this license pay for license to these other ten films that we have some of them might have been made already. In a lot of cases they weren't it was just like this is the title and like the log line and we haven't made it yet but when it comes out you need to show it Theater owners didn't love this for a couple of reasons. One was i think a lot of people have kind of forgotten that in the twenty s in particular people were extremely suspicious of hollywood morals in a way that they're not right now even though there's a lot of that floating around there was the feeling that hollywood was actively trying to corrupt the youth of america and so without having seen the film or kind of knowing what's in it people don't want to license the film because they say like maybe i can't show it in my town or people get mad at me. Whatever so that was a problem and a bigger problem was if you have safe four screens and your movie theater and you're forced to license eleven movies at a time. You've just tied up at least one of your screens for a long time. Like you have less choice about other stuff. You might wanna program from other studios or from independent producers who are working outside the studio system so this had implications for theater owners who don't want their screens tied up and for independent producers who might find themselves in a position where they can't get their movies into first run theaters because those first run theaters are essentially spoken for for like a year. And this is a bummer. So for the theater owners they might have to forego a big earner in order to not get block booking or they might book it but not be able to get other stuff of interest. They can't engage in targeted programming. There is an argument that that block booking was good because it was a guaranteed cash flow to the studio and that cashflow let them take a risk on other individual movies. I don't know the classic pro-corporate regulation helps or deregulation helps are in d. argument. I it's it's actually this. We see in a lot of mid-century political economy read so like the car companies are very concentrated in detroit and the car. Dealerships have a dispersed ownership. So they do. We have a regulatory framework that supports the existence of independent car dealerships. Right like all across the country because they have their own member of congress and like this was the same thing right. The the ownership of the movie theaters was more dispersed. The political system is dispersed. We moved to create rules for better or worse that helped preserve theaters as free standing businesses in different communities rather than be as central The production of movies incredibly central stripe but like fear display at least traditionally was very very diffuse. Except except when it wasn't so this was the problem with the vertical integration specifically so there was a story that was told him one of the filings. And i'll just tell it now. Which is there was an independent theater owner in middleton new york and he rejected a five year block booking deal with paramount. They wanted to have him take movies over five years and paramount essentially retaliated and the way they did this was they built a theatre they owned across the street from his and they cut their ticket prices below his and just ran him out of business. So yes this competition. There's different arguments. Economic noah economists. But i know they're different arguments for like the goodness badness or rightness of this but it did an independent theater. Owners were finding themselves competing with so even if he had booked the paramount films. Paramount still could have built a theater across the street and because it's their theater they would charge less and what they would sometimes do. Tell indie theater owners. Yeah you can have our movie. But you're required to charge fifteen bucks for it or you know is probably like three dollars and we're going to charge ten because they're not cutting they're not making a cut They're making the whole ticket price and so they were basically cornering the whole market. They were doing another practice..

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"four screens" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Telegram came the producer called me eventually. But now at that point it was just emailed to do a virtual audition. So i signed up for that and Yeah it was a wild process. Even virtual edition was kind of crazy. Any any betablockers. I did for the show for the taping. Sure do i sure that i'd be a route. Allows sweating all day. Doing in my. Just give them out like at the door right. Everybody who are they you know. I had enough in my bag. I'm probably could have done it. But at that point where competitor was i was on The recent friend of the shows. Fuck mary kill show which is just as zoom comedy show and sweating and trembling format. I can't imagine if i was. Yeah i was two weeks or three weeks. Prior to you. Joe and i had to choose between Like beta blockers or like half a drink like half drink the same thing it's like it's like that market that one for me. At least it does the same thing like it just missed me relaxed enough but for shorter amount of time than betablockers. Like there's a chance to keep going. What's the one the oscars international movie about drinking. So but that that is. That is me around round me when i'll drink a little bit and i just have to tackle it edgy. Which mike microdosing i. It's kind of cool that very few jobs in hollywood. You want your friend or significant other family member to say why do why haven't you been on that. You know it is at actually happened you watch. Snl with people from your hometown. Where you on that yet. Yeah oh yeah. It's always as it actually worked and you actually worked. Yeah i'm i'm shocked that it works but it did actually. It actually ended up working now. I think before we get to talk about the actual fear of being on the show. Brad you should tell us. Real quick was the well. Not real quick. Just take your time brad. Tell us what was the a second audition like whatever process and then we'll probably go back to our questions about what joan on the show right. Yeah the virtual edition was weird It was cool but it was strange. There was was me and two other people and we had to like sign up for slots online and yet we. I had to toss ups between the three of you. Except you toss up by holding a pen and raising it and shouting your name as like the you know. She shared her screen. The producer share their screen. And then it started to populate with the toss up and so like the first two the other guys got. And i didn't really angry about it and i'm super competitive. You've got the reason. I like game shows and so it was like time to the third one and i just went into overdrive knew it and raise my head and i was like screaming. Get myself in there. And so i got that line. I ended up getting two of them. We got to and they split you up. So you're doing it one at a time and the people in like waiting rooms and they have a whole puzzle quiz so there's like four screens and four puzzles. That are all one category. And they're all partially filled in and you have to like sound the mao out loud so they can hear your thought process and you try and solve them just based on the letters that are there and so i did pretty well. I think i got all of them. But one and think i got like fifteen sixteen so and i did some of them quick enough that i had time to to chat with the producer. And i think that helps. I got to tell the whole story about my husband telling me i had to do all. We watched the celebrity version. And i think that might have deal. That's it's interesting to hear that tests. Because i'm wondering did it. Seem like they like intelligence trump's interesting personalities because i've been watching this dating show this e dating show where obviously they only cared about like. Who is the bryce trash fires. We can smash together not be the best dates. Yeah which is fine but did it seem like it was. It was more compact competitor focused. Yeah i mean assuming that they factored at puzzle. Test and a lot of puzzles. That's really tough. Actually non sound like a jerk. Because i just said well but it was tough and I do think that like being there. In the moment you'll get so freaked out and that even the best players kind of crumble into nothing so yeah i think that if they just cast off of personality it would just be a complete disaster. Would actually they have to get. They have to cast people who at least have enough of a basis that they'll be able to support it when they're nervous as hell and And i think that they do. I think the most the majority of people over there were pretty good players whether they showed it during their actual episode or not and we did we filmed all episodes in one day so i got to wa and we had to be our own studio audience for each because there was no audience due to covid. So we've got the different style really. Yes yes so. I got to watch all five episodes the whole week and meet everybody. Elaine was it so i filmed march. Ten cc took you know it didn't come out until may thirteenth so it was like it was a long process and i found out. I bet like i was after i did the test. The virtual test the virtual addition It was like a little bit longer than you would think before. I heard anything. So i was convinced i didn't get it. It was like like an extra cute like week. It was like three weeks. Then i kinda figured head two weeks or something and Yeah i was on the phone with my sister talking about life. And i checked my email and i was like gasped beyond belief and she was like what happened and i started laughing hysterically. I'm going to be on wheel of fortune. I can't do so and now is in like early february so it was a it was a process and i didn't tell a single person besides my sister my parents and my husband so it was a lot going on what we're going to pivot for. Just a moment joe. What is your experience with wheel of fortune can be as good as brad's but it's not. I think even saying that the they get that people from purgatory probably that that jack may have shown how i liked the show. I don't like it. I don't really watch it because i think i just have bad memories of the time slot and kind of that like lonely dinner type thing like there's something there of my childhood non like some like homework hour or something like yes weird associated thing. But i do understand. It's important you know it's like the three pillars are that jeopardy and prices right totally and say jack has outlasted them all. Yeah he's the last standing king and van and what she got hired when she was like thirteen or some.

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"four screens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"U M G c dot e d u slash thanks. News, traffic and weather. Tampa Bay's news radio W F L A. You go with cases for the state Thursday just over. 2300, the president of a Palm Beach County Police Benevolent Association, said he had no choice but to organize a protest outside the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office was a queen building. I want to be here, but guess what? It's a specialist in mold. That's something that you just don't deal with. John Kazanjian tells CBS 12 somebody 100 workers inside the building that's under renovation have gotten sick. The county administrator says. The air inside the West Palm Beach building is monitored and tested, and no asbestos particles have been found in the air. Broward's oldest movie house, the Gateway Theater, is reopening tonight with four screens. The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival now manages Gateway and says they plan to refurbish that keeps with the theater's retro feel. The theater opened 70 years ago and was A place where the 19 sixties film where the boys are held its premiere with Florida's news. I'm Kimba Tyler from the Mosses on Traffic Center. Traffic is still multi smooth and steady area highways as we get further into the evening, Krystle connected south totaling 75 approaching Gibson to drive that accident. Has the right wing currently closed to traffic is backing up towards three or one right now. Just use caution. Approaching that section of the highway to send five moving up to speed with thorns. Outbound lanes right now, when I force you can get both East and West. Some expect President Morning any major problems in or out of downtown. Damn bad this time the bedroom's clear up. This is just county, and there are no reported problems across the need The Bay Area Bridges Carl's E News, radio W F L A. We'll say mostly dry and warm through the evening. Temperatures will fall into the mid seventies. By Friday morning, Friday afternoon of near 90 degrees again, That's average. There is a.

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"four screens" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Released in theaters before coming to your small screen, but others will be rolled out in theaters and on streaming services simultaneously, and they'll ditch the theater part altogether. In some cases, some of this year's most anticipated releases include in the Heights June, the 11th. You got the new space Jam movie. July the 16th. You got the suicide squad August the sixth and then you got a candy man Reboot coming. August the 27th. I'll pass on that, but I love the experience. I love going to have it. And now you're gonna have a great meal. You can have a cocktail or two and the whole thing And, Yeah, you're going to drop over 100 bucks, if for just two people very quickly, But to me that experience you know, every now not every single weekend, but every now and then, if you know, and we and you don't have to eat the bill, you don't have to go and have dinner or lunch. You don't have to do that. You can still just go pay for a little popcorn in the movie. I think the drive in movie theater experiences is the best way to go. It's just just a cool way. I love that. I can't think is it Stars and stripes. I think it is down just south of Boston out there in the Rolling hills just east of I 35 I think I'm right about this called stars and stripes. I got one out of love a kind of off. It's a franchise or not, but it's It's a cool place. It's quite a drive, but at least from my neck of the woods up in Leander, But it's It's a beautiful place. Some of the best memories of my childhood one where Elissa Yeah. North. Pleasant Valley off Riverside Release. Yeah, I didn't know that. Oh, there's a drive in theater. How many screams I got? You know you don't. Okay, So it's a one thing. Okay, one screen. I got you this stars in trust stripes. I think they got three or four screens out there. It's Zbig Place, man, and they got good food, too. It's got really good food. I've always learned that they don't make a whole lot of money off the movies. They make their money on concessionary. Go. You know what I mean? It is 9 11 here, it K l b. J. Todd and done. I made an outstanding decision about six years ago to go see Dr Daniel Slaughter for help with my snoring. I was getting all kinds of complaints. And if you're getting those complaints or someone in your home is driving you crazy. What the.

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"four screens" Discussed on ITN Live

ITN Live

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on ITN Live

"James here from hicks new media infotainment news. I am thrilled today to be joined by jennifer balch. Czar jennifer is the sales account manager at the vascular institute of northern california. Today is really the first of a two part series where we'll be going to talk about and provides some education on pd peripheral artery disease. Listen your health is critical and cannot be taken for granted will discuss warning signs. We'll talk about treatment options and most importantly answer any questions. You may have about this disease. But before we get started with the discussion. I wanted to share a short informative video about this. I'm only fifty one but my legs are killing me if you experienced discomforting her legs when walking or climbing stairs. Don't ignore it. You may very well have peripheral artery disease or a build up of plaque in the arteries that reduces blood flow to the legs and feet. Pd cardiovascular disease that can lead to stroke heart attack. amputation even deaf. But if i had it. I know it right. Perhaps but while pd has a number of symptoms it can sometimes be mild and suggest some other costs. These symptoms are often missed. There might be painful. Cramping numbness or weakness or a weak pulse in your legs or feet source. That won't heal or other symptoms unfortunately. Pd is very common condition. So if you're over fifty or if you have diabetes or if you smoke you are at risk for peripheral artery disease see your doctor. Because that's a risk. You don't wanna live with fantastic fantastic. I apologize here. We may have lost a little audio during the middle of that. I've got too many screens going tastes. Then you know. I told you before we started got two screens over here and i got four screens over here. I am just not everyday is like groundhogs day again. Like i said when. I forget some things but jennifer. How are you doing today. I am fantastic james. I appreciate you invited me onto your show. How are you today. i'm hanging in there. You know i'm. I'm blessed and i am glad that i believe we have a number of folks joining live. Who can definitely benefit from the conversation. I think we all can benefit from the conversation. But but again i think that this res- will resonate deathly with the audience. Today in the folks that are listening everyone to be listening to a replay and can take some action on it. So i tell you what before we get started. Tell the folks a little bit more about the. Give us the elevator pitch on you. Tell us who you are flew. I am a reward road warrior. So i am out everyday visiting local cities of sacramento carmichael. Plastic county mos- out all over all the counties and my goal is primarily to help folks reduce the risk of amputation. And i'm very very passionate about not.

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"four screens" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"four screens" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Packers get a field goal of 26. Thereto within five for a second time in the second half. Kurt Take me inside that sideline of the Buccaneers in the conversation with Tom Brady. Let's get this kick off, underway first and see because Green Bay has a team up with the 35 Crosby will kick away. And send over. Rand is taken by making 58 on the numbers tend the far side. He just hits the deck. He hit the deck before he got to the 20 sliding on the grass feet first and down in the 19 Take me inside that sideline for the Buccaneers and Tom Brady. You lead by five. Got to go to to go each team three time out. Well, the first thing I'll say is on that kick. I'm surprised the Packers didn't kick it into the end zone. Save the two minute warning yet they kick it to make ends and then Mickens goes down before the two minute warning. So now they're going to get an extra basically an extra time out here, But the mindset here if you're the bucks is what do we do? We know we got Aaron Rodgers on the other side, but our defense is playing great. I think you gotta use the clock here. You gotta force them to use their time out. And he got a four screen beta score a touchdown at the end. Maybe you're getting a third manageable when you throw the football, but I don't think you come out swinging right here. Here we go. Brady, it is. 17 leading by five. First in Chan under center snaps, Spin Fake Handoff drops back left tackle Block Short throw Evans Belt I catch running outside the numbers across the way on the movie got to the 26 as he was angling to the far sideline and we have reached the two minute warning. Mike Evans picks up nine I met short pass by Tom.

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"four screens" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"four screens" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"IBM and Dr Maury Ajad. The University of Texas at Austin launched an open source space situational awareness project design to attract space junk. The Essay project plans to use machine learning degree to model to determine when standard physics based tracking incorrectly predicts wear space junk will be and the founder of the Indian fitness startup Goh Chee Visual Goan doll confirmed tech crunch, the dozens. Of, executives quote from nearly every top startup firm in India attended a call this week to discuss creating a third party android. APPS store reportedly on the call were executives from India's most valuable startup pay TM as well as make my trip policy, bizarre razor pay and share chat among others. All Right Sarah tell us about all the hot new products or Microsoft well. Microsoft made several announcements on Thursday the updated surface pro x uses a qualcomm s Q. Two processor has fifteen hours of battery life l. t. e. and is available in a new platinum finish for preorder. Now, starting at nine, hundred, ninety, nine dollars and shipping on October thirteenth the company also announced the twelve point four inch laptop go with a fifteen, thirty, six by ten twenty, four screen tenth genencor Intel core I five either four or eight gigs of memory and starting at sixty four. Gigs of storage the surface laptop go ways two point four or five pounds supports Wifi six and fast charging and has an optional fingerprint reader. The.

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"four screens" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"four screens" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Good luck doctors. IBM and Dr Maury Ajad. The University of Texas at Austin launched an open source space situational awareness project design to attract space junk. The Essay project plans to use machine learning degree to model to determine when standard physics based tracking incorrectly predicts wear space junk will be and the founder of the Indian fitness startup. Goh. Chee visual. Goan doll confirmed tech crunch, the dozens. Of executives quote from nearly every top startup firm in India attended a call this week to discuss creating a third party android APPs store reportedly on the call were executives from India's most valuable startup pay tm as well as make my trip policy, bizarre razor pay and share chat among others. All right. Sarah tell us about all the hot new products from Microsoft well. Microsoft made several announcements on Thursday, the updated surface pro x uses a qualcomm s Q. Two processor has fifteen hours of battery life L. T., e., and is available in a new platinum finish for preorder. Now, starting at nine, hundred, ninety, nine dollars and shipping on October thirteenth the company also announced the twelve point four inch surface laptop go with a fifteen, thirty, six by ten, twenty, four, screen tenth Genencor Intel core I five either four or eight gigs of memory and starting at sixty four. Gigs of storage the surface laptop go ways two point four or five pounds supports Wifi six and fast charging and has an optional fingerprint reader..

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Unpacking the Apple Watch/iPad event

Talking Tech

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Unpacking the Apple Watch/iPad event

"Hey Everyone Jefferson Graham Herr hockey tech. I'm here with my friend Richton Bureau Rich on tech from KTLA. And rich and I have been covering Abbas events for years, there was a new one today it was virtual it was very polished. They went off to show new apple watches new subscription services to new IPADS and Gosh. Rich I felt it was missing so much. Don't fill the excitement that we normally feel how about you well, I think you're right it was it. was rushed. It was very fast and there was something that was missing. I'm not sure what it was but I think that apple knows that everyone really cares about the iphone the most and when it's not iphone, they wanted to sort of downplay the excitement. That's the way I fell. So we got a lot of stuff, but everyone's still wants to know about the IPHONE. Now we got a lot of stuff. They didn't talk about the new iphone because it's delayed until October mid October could be as late as November. So they wanted to talk about the watch and the IPAD and I could give it give you the one hour event in two sentences. It's two new IPADS that are have more powerful chips in there faster than ever. It's a new watch that that can check your blood oxygen and a cheaper watch for two seventy nine. That's in-between the the watch him twenty seventeen, and the the new introduced to new subscription services for fitness and for everything that they do and Iowa's fourteen tomorrow there's an hour. Good I'm impressed but here's the biggest news. So so yes, that is the big headlines, but then you have to unpack everything and that's what takes time going through all the little features that apple mentioned all the things that they said, all the things that they did not say, but to me, I think one of the biggest growth places for apple will be the new. Apple. Watch family setup, which allows you to as a parent. You use your iphone to set up a child's Apple Watch and this is very important Jefferson because apple does not want to set. The Apple Watch free because what would that do? That would enable people to have an Apple Watch with any phone they want and they want to keep people on the apple ecosystem. So this new family setup allows a parent to set up the watch for their child. So you're still SORTA tethered, but they can grow a lot of apple watch sales for parents buying these for their kids. Now, we've sat in the audience and we've enthused and we've had a really good time covering these events for several years. Would we have gotten more out of today if it'd been live? I. Think. So I think we would have I mean number one you get to go hands on with the gadget afterwards that's always a nice plus You know you're in the audience I I don't think it moves quite as fast when it's in person and I'm sitting here in front of at least one, two, three, four screens and it was tough for me to. Keep up with this and it's tough to kind of reference things. They mentioned the IPAD mistakenly said, it was the IPAD seven generation when it's the eighth generation I, mean, how do you keep track of all these things and some of these things are so nuanced like how do you describe what the new IPAD is like I mean it's just faster. I mean. That's really You know I don't know it's like it's tough sometimes to kind of really pinpoint what is better about these devices many of them are evolution at this point. And of course, they've been saying that every every device they come out with this faster for years I never thought the I pat slow, but I don't play a lot of games on it well, and I think that it sometimes the apps do take more I mean my kids are still I look these things do last a long time and when people ask about apple versus other products and they made a big deal today to to pinpoint the ipad being faster than a windows laptop being re much faster than an android. Tablet and way faster than a

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The Internet Is Everything. But Is It Accessible?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:03 min | 2 years ago

The Internet Is Everything. But Is It Accessible?

"We spent some time digging into just how crucial Internet access is during the pandemic. But even if you have access to the Internet, many parts of it are still not accessible this summer, the Americans with Disabilities Act the ADA turned thirty years old and a lot of the tech that makes things convenient for everyone can be game changing for people with disabilities, screen readers that help visually impaired people read websites and software that lets us type with our voice, Nicholas? Dean, how does a Web accessibility consultant and trainer? He says that? That despite these advances, some products that claim to help actually make things worse. There is no doubt in my mind that we must include people with disabilities at every stage of any project. An example here there's a solution for web accessibility that his being pushed really hard lately, and those are overlays. So you you go, you pay for a service, they inject one line of code and your site, and they claim that it makes the site accessible. When in fact, it reduces accessibility, it is not reliable it conflicts with users. assistive technologies, and we have a solution that is really appealing to people that don't have a disability. They're appealing to people think that can get quick fix. But in fact, it's breaking things. So. When you are advising companies, what features do you tell them that they should include in their websites to make those sites more accessible while there's there's a few things to to focus on to look at making sure you can use the site with keyboard. Only you WANNA, make sure your color contrasts are sufficient something that's been very fashionable as great text on grey background That's really Really, really hard to beat for people that have low vision, and incidentally, if you try to read it on your cellphone outside in full sun chances are you're not gonna be able to read it either, and this is where I'm saying accessibility is good for everyone. Those are really good tips for companies designing their websites. But what can we do to make say our social media posts more accessible. Twitter now offers the ability to add descriptions or alternate text for images and I urge everybody to actually take a moment and described image. They're posting be careful about using emojis too much screen reader users are really going to struggle always think as to how is this? GonNa. Be perceived and how can I make sure that more people can get the message? What kind of innovations in tech are you excited about? As it pertains to the disability community? There's a lot of things happening when we're looking at tick a lot of the excitement, Ron that right now is Rhonda. Emergence and there's a lot of that that can be leveraged for for accessibility. For example, you may have heard of using a I to. Interpret. What a photo is and be able to give her a description of that fo four screen reader users or using air. I. For automating transcription for shows like the one we're having right now. So there's there's a lot of promise in in that field at the same time I. Think we have to be aware that there's there's promise, but it's not quite ready. For Primetime, a lot of the automated transcription or automated captions. You may see on, Youtube, for example, are not one hundred percent accurate. Especially if people have a bit of an accent or use a tech lingo. The accuracy is not perfect. So as a result, people who rely on captions or transcripts will not get. All the information. So they may get eighty percent or eighty, five percent and those ten or fifteen percent missing can be crucial. So. That's that's exciting. There's stuff moving. It's going to, it's going to help, but it's going to. It's not helping now because we can't rely on it and I think that's That's probably a a trap that we have to be careful not to fall into, is that while the technology is there, the technology's not perfect yet? So we can't rely on twitter can't decide well, I don't need to bother. Describing my images when I post on social media, because there's no intelligence that can do that yet while we're not quite there yet. So we have to be careful to. Not Get carried away with excitement as to what's new and shiny and make sure that we still you ju-, diligence to make sure accessibility is taken care of by humans. Nicholas? Is A web accessibility consultant and trainer.

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"four screens" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"four screens" Discussed on KTRH

"Dr Brian Babin for Congress this report is sponsored by Bob Evans dinner sides make meal time easy and delicious with Bob Evans side dishes like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese they're made with real milk butter cheese and potatoes and already in the microwave in six minutes try Bob Evans sides from your grocery store it'll be love at first bite Michael berry only endorses texasrangers dot com for property management needs to his sweet that is the great about his favorite while playing Dave I was told that you know the difference between a ukulele in a mandolin but you were gonna take a long time to get to your point no no can you hear me yeah you read yeah okay the man the the ukulele is step four screens I believe those are now.

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"four screens" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"four screens" Discussed on WTOP

"Years that prosecutors wanted the Superbowl is tonight in Miami which means security there is tights we hear about it from W. F. O. R. TV reporter amber D. as who talked with Miami Dade police detective Christopher Thomas social me is in the center so that everything that goes through can go through them they can get everything the information gathering so a call comes in we take the information we send it through the social media because in the dissemination so that we can make sure because I the fourth screen shows sports stations the Google maps of the stadium the entrance to the turnpike and super fast this is my regards is really trying prime center so just like our crime a real time crime center they've got eyes everywhere in the eye and the city that way if anything happens on the road information cannot come to them and they can relate to the offices that are out there so that if they're insurgents I'm Peter king this is no ordinary football fan I my brother my person place with the forty nine so we are going for the forty of course she had the inside track for great seats it's an out of body experiences very surreal Randy from Cape coral Florida says he splurged too much after the lottery and is both the teams I hate the most so why what do you want to do the Superbowl so we're doing things we do for love Peter king the CBS news Miami what's your favorite super bowls snack your answer may depend on where you live an analysis of Google searches across the country came.

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Surface Duo first look: Microsoft's foldable Android phone

The Vergecast

07:15 min | 3 years ago

Surface Duo first look: Microsoft's foldable Android phone

"Big surprise surface duo a phone. It's a phone and you can you can fold it all the way around screens and the outside and just use the phone running android two displays right now. There's a snapdragon eight fifty five in there. We all suspect the by the time this thing launches called a twenty twenty. They'll they'll go to the next generation rationing of stamps Reagan's but right now it's fifty five. We've seen companies screw that up or they like they announce it way ahead of time with a relatively processor like oh the they'll fix that by the time at launches is and they don't so. I'm not one hundred percent confident that this won't be running a stab eight eight fifty in holiday two thousand twenty more than a year from now. It's it's back and forth because penicillin us on the show yesterday the hardwares lock. This is the third generation it's locked. We're announcing it early. Developers have it in a couple of months because we want them to build absence still Sri and stuff off and then sort of like whispers around the edges the event were when it wants like we'll see that's a real question yeah but we Panos said on the show on the record Australia astray hardware slot. This is what's as like the form factor of the design and everything yeah. I said well the hardware said notices it will the chip inside change. I think openair it's beautiful. I say I held one yesterday. I actually held Panos if you listen to the show you like hands it to me and you can hear me almost like runaway links except how scroll through Android on it opened the notifications shade like I used the thing it is. I love it. I love it and I know no. It's not it's got a big team. In the middle. passes like we're leaning into the seem. The interface does cool things with the seem like window snap to it. It's like that's that part of. It's neat right. He's like the same help structure windows on the interface structure displays. If you have a window that spans across it the wind even the content inside of the window. Oh he showed me a calendar up so even like calendar events and you like drag to create a calendar event snapped the wind. It's neat. I'll try to think as someone who has done some some bad. CSS In my time what sort of CSS would accommodate that well. I guess there's not there are they're invisible pixels under the seve or the displays no it's it's just two different displays and a hinge android ten specifically is designed for multi screen devices races when they announced it had a whatever they announced it back in March and it's Q. and then I got an early look at it every time I went to talk to Google about android ten. They're like an IT works better with multi screen devices and I was like cool. You know the galaxy fold is a dumpster fire right and they're like yeah but it works. Multi screen devices work really hard and I'm like why hey there's. LG Yeah we'll we'll get to that but Google has worked not just Samsung but with Microsoft to build support for multi-screen into the logic of android itself and you can actually see a hint of that right now on the fold where you can have a thing on the outside screen open it up and the whole APP appears on the inside screen just re sized The you can also see hints of this and all the work they did to make android apps work better on chrome or you can recite them and they can have arbitrary arbitrary window sizes without having to reload All of that stuff works like folds right into full. It's right into the surface duo because you can apps are now aware that different screens exists and they should do different things depending on what screen they're on and what screen they're being sent to and so it makes perfect sense that it. Mike just figure out how to have a calendar you hit a thing on one screen and then something within the same APP happens on the other screen or another APP knows to open on the screen because they basically basically told Google and Google said cool. Let's let's try and minimize fragmentation here. Use these tools to do it and so it's a mix of custom. Microsoft stuff but also stuff that's built into android enjoyed other people might be able to take advantage of now that acts on the GTE thing you're talking about. was a dual screen phone. It folded the other way. and you know it was like it didn't it wasn't aware of the the the gap it wasn't aware of the hinge and so everything new split across it like kind of bad ways. I think the hope is that the dual avoid a lot of those problems so this is. Maybe a little weedy but okay. I've got my email on one side and my calendar on the other side right classic to APP scenario. Now I want to send an email on the left side and I clicked new email. Let's let's say opens on the left side right but a counter still open on the right side but now I turn it and I've got this big wide keyboard which looks pretty like a nice situation. Then right is all going to work automatically. Is it GonNa know which apple I want to be on the top of which one I want to become a keyboard. DVD does it remember that kind of stuff unclear unclear there are million things they could get wrong here and apple by the way got a bunch of these things wrong and IPAD so at least. I'll be interested to see if Microsoft doesn't Yeah I've been given how much to talk about about flow and putting people in their productivity flow flow just conceptually. I hope their thing in this stuff through. I mean one of the justifications does he gave us for dual screen is important was like we hooked people up to brain activity sensors and measured. How much more brain activity is when. There's two screens which which is cool. I don't want to take away from the fact that's cool. It is very Microsoft right like why does Microsoft. No this is good because they generated a bunch of data that it says it is and then at the very end of it. It's like this is crazy. Sifi right like how many screens should you have as many as the brain scans. Tell us you should have and I wonder if like more more is better like you're GonNa get a four screen device four times activity and that brain thing is I mean like I have different modes of productivity. I have like my sitting with one big window. Open concentrating on one thing and then I have my my duel window setup and like you know like a dealer. You're saying I think this last week about the IP operate system. They're sort of a mix of spatial and time. Kinda hurts you so like if if having multiple screens or multiple pains or multiple sections is inconsistent inconsistent that is more work for your brain yeah and I love the thing about we're using the two displays and we're going to structure that that implies. There's like there's spatial metaphors. He's here not chronology metaphors but having held the thing for you know the brief moments. We got to hold it and swipe through it one. It's real it works. It doesn't it's it's hot fake. It's not just like a little piece of paper. Yup which is like companies do that to us. The version of android on it appears three lightly designed so that the icons under square the navigation shape looks with different. They're they say they're working with Google closely. They would not answer our questions about Ah Google letting you do stop and Panos was like letting conversations partnering conversation which is definitely some corporate executive talk. There's a lot to unpack there. I looked at he showed me on the screen. Google searches the default on this side but a bunch of Microsoft stuff is on the home screen of the interface on this side being searches there but Google APPs get to be the default in some cases. You know what the default browser is edge

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