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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"You know a guy who is so accomplished. And when john was programming alice i mean everybody got a personal note back. Who sent in job. Yup john told the story Dan mason who went on to become john guarantee. Boss actually had a copy of the rejection letter from john deere and the the personal note from john at some of that stuff means alarm at your hundred percent right. We do need to do better job as an industry treating our own and taking care of our own in this industry because we've got so many outside forces that are competing against us and trying to take us down from a business perspective and so two to battle from within. Just doesn't make any sense. And i i think that's large part of it is treating people better Our own colleagues. You've been incredibly accomplished program director. And obviously you know at riff and in particular the one and only station that you programmed but if you were to pick one that's a damn damn good one to do by the way before i ask you this last question. I congratulations to scott. Jamieson has done a great job. I think with the station. Do you still listen quite a bit. Oh i do. I consult them. That's the crazy. Part is that i've been consulting them for pretty much. Most of the time. That i've been gone so i'm still thank god connected to them from a greater media through beasley. As just an honored i would they. They brought me in for the fiftieth anniversary Couple of months ago. Which was really nice. And so scott steiner a tremendous job especially moving to a market like detroit in the middle of the pandemic. Yeah good right now. I mean it's hard enough to do this job as it is and yet to actually land in detroit. Michigan dealing lockdown and the radio station is for all intents and purposes empty. I mean he has so understood in a short order the what it means to program in detroit and what. It means to program the rift brand. And you know he's also responsible for for the other stations in the cluster. I mean it's not just ref like it was for me the easy job right..

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"Where do you wanna have lunch today. That's great and it's over. It's absolutely over. And i remember lori saying to me. How do you guys to that. I mean how is it possible to passionately scream at each other about philosophical that you both care about. And then an hour later you're eating corned beef sandwiches it star delhi. I mean how. How does that work. And that's exactly how it works so yeah paulin. I had our little moments. But the dave never leaked into the family At on here's a funny story. A number of years ago. We were advised to get key man insurance. Do you know how that works. Yeah sure. I'll set that up really quick so basically key man insurance. If god forbid something happens to frater to paul. It's basically an insurance policy. We have them here. And that insurance policy has a payout so it's like a life insurance policy but for executives orb partners in a business and their families right so we're sitting with the cpa and the lawyer in were kind of walking through how this is going to work and the lawyer turns to us and said well. Have you guys given any thought to what each of you do. If something happened to the other and we each side at the same time we'd fold the company i mean i don't wanna do without him and he doesn't wanna do it without me and you know sadly something's going to happen at some point down. The road and one of us is going to have a decision to make but right now today You know he's my partner. he's my best friend. I mean he understands me better than anybody accepting perhaps my wife and kids and so you know it. It's it's a great situation to be in chachi to to have somebody like that. Who cares about you in the business as much as you care and your family and everything else. It's great now absolutely admire that so much and that story that you were just sharing about getting into the arguments but then going to be able to get lunch together. I think that is key. It's not the argument by the way. Let me back up. This is what. I didn't understand a decade ago with my mother. It's not the argument. It's how you recover from the argument and not taking a personal being able to set the two things aside and we're not always going to agree and a lot of ways it's probably a much bigger macro level might be wrong with our country right now that we're taking so many things personal as opposed to just saying. Hey we're not always gonna agree on everything we're going to have the same goals we all want. What's best for the radio station for the country but sometimes we believe in different paths to get from point to point eight point being. That's okay. well it's hard and and you know we're passionate people and where people who are paid to be right..

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"Rhode island that streams and. I'm like who cares. Why why is that important. And he said well because there are no walkmans anymore. Fred radio is no longer portable. Even though everybody in radio thinks it is but no one carries a radio around every more. But soon we're all going to have smartphones and these apps could be the way that radio could be heard on phones. And i mean he was right. I sent him out to try and figure out a way to license the code from the company. That was doing this. We did that and we started developing apps and we didn't know what the hell we were doing. I mean i'm as much a software guy. Is anybody in radio which is not at all and we started a mobile app company in two thousand eight that is now developed north of thirteen hundred apps on both the ios and android platforms crazy. That's incredible man. Congratulations on thank you. Tim sounds like was a savant he saw or could kinda see the tea leaves read. The tea leaves knew what was happening. He was a savant and a great guy. A really hard worker just came at it from a very different angle. And i think pollen. I recognized his skill set. I mean even near the end. I mean he was coming to us and going. I'm sure there's a place for me in the company i mean. I don't really understand how i fit. And i go. You fit just fine. Don't worry about it but you know he. He thought he needed an assigned group of station so that he could see his our ally to the company. And i go man. You're our ally to the company. Is your presence here. It has nothing to do with. How many call letters are dangling from your belt. So yeah it. It took a while to convince him he was great. How does the tech surveys. How did that come to be and by the way. Thank you for doing those. I mean. they're just incredible. A highlight for me every year and i learned so much Every time he released one. It's really i think become kind of the gold standard of what's happening in the industry. I appreciate the had. So it's part of this digital thing. In the late nineties we are encouraging our radio stations to aggregate email databases. You may remember stations. Used to have regular mail. Databases that was a cluster. Right and expensive really. I mean really station k. Big might have forty fifty thousand names but the problem is every time you mail out a piece. It costs you thousands. We'd spend hundreds of thousands of dollars in direct mail. So email comes along and i started looking at it and going. Whoa you know what we can use email for more than just Email blasts about our weekend. Promotions or sales coupons and so we begin to start using email databases as a research tool buzz night and i. He's working for lax. We hire a new morning show. It's in boston. And so you know the drill you hire a new morning show and you really don't find out for what two to three books what's actually going on with the show and what's working and what's not and so. I write a questionnaire. We serve it to the database. Forty eight hours. We've got seven hundred surveys back talking about the new morning show. What are they like. what don't they like. What features are sticking all that kind of stuff and so now. I'm beginning to start doing these things and then nine eleven happens what people don't remember about nine. Eleven was the beginning of the fall book and everybody had billboards book and tv book. This was back when everybody was marketing. Like crazy direct mail booked. And i'm hearing from all of our clients. All of our rock stations gone. Hey what do we do. I mean is it okay to be funny in the morning can we. Can we do contests i mean. What's appropriate and of course..

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"Mean as you're consulting but when you're putting these formats on your almost acting incorrect from almost like a group program director to some degree i mean. You're pretty involved in helping them. Everything from their branding to their playlists. I mean i'm guessing you've got your sleeves rolled up in your working hard at each one of these stations. Well in one of the secret sauce is my brother. Paul because the whole calculus of bringing him in to the company is in it. Took me awhile to understand this. But he convinced me correctly that just helping. Radio stations get ratings is only half the battle. Converting those ratings into sales and revenue is the rest of the battle. And so when you think that most of these radio stations were something else. Right we flip in a c to classic rock. We flip a country station to alternative. I mean if we're right program adequately we're going to get ratings but these poor sales people are sitting there and they're lost. I mean deer in the headlights. Don't know what to do. Who do we call on. I don't really get the format. Paul goes in experienced sales manager. General manager sits down with the sales staff and says okay. Here's the deal. Here's the audience. Here's what they buy. Here's how they think here's who to call on. I'll make sales calls with you. I'll do advertiser lunches so that was the secret sauce. And that's brilliant. I did not realize you did. That's absolutely brilliant. So a soup to nuts type solution for i could see. Now you're going to do with an owner or a general manager going. How could you not take this package. You've got the great ratings. And you've got a built in now sales consultant and the expertise to help your eight full service and then are higher a digital guy before we know what digital is. Tim davis who sadly is no longer with us. Joined as a junior consultant. God i need to be careful what i say about the. He's no longer here. He was not a great consultant. Chachi i mean some people can do this and have a great bedside manner and that was not tim okay. What ten was. Great ad was websites and email databases and understanding the digital dot connecting that ultimately we ended up doing and paul and i didn't quite understand what he was talking about all the time but we recognize the fact that he got it and he was the one who really turned us onto the idea of developing mobile apps. I mean that was tim and you guys were ahead of that by it. Seemed like eons. I mean you. Basically launched in tandem with apple when when apps was within weeks correct. Yeah about one hundred days after the apple store opened. We launched jake apps. Tim had come to us and remember what was going on. This is two thousand eight. I mean the economy is cratering. The radio industry is cratering right along with it. We're losing clients. I mean it's getting a little scary out. There and tim walks into the conference room holding up his new iphone and says look at what i just discovered. Here's an app for public radio station in.

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"And so i ask What slogan does the station us and they know everything about the station. They know the. Dj's they know the music they can't think of the slogan really can't think of it it's that impactful it doesn't come up in focus groups and so i started asking them okay. Obviously they're not describing the radio station the way you guys are thinking of it. How would you describe it. And the word classic started popping up the music's classic it's classic rock. It's stood the test of time. I mean they're kind of going through all those things. And i remember coming out of the groups and tom and i looking each other in going. Let's call a classic rock and there had been a few experiments in the past of stations that had called themselves classic rock. The weren't playing music diet like we were playing. So you know the name had kind of been flying around out there but nobody was really doing anything with it so we took it amazing. Is there an aha moment where you're like. Oh my god this is working. We have success with the first. Fm meazza so the the good news is it's working in dallas as good as it's going to do and i started selling it everywhere and nobody who has an fm radio station no matter how pathetic it is will play classic rock on their fm station. It can't possibly work. It'll burn out in six months It'll never last all all that stuff. And frankly at the time thinking they may be right. I mean that's gotta be kinda jetting. It's your baby. It's your creation was demoralizing. There was no question about it and Then somebody who had heard me speak at a conference in michigan about classic rock who was a program director of the fourth ac in lansing on a class a. Actually licensed to charlotte michigan was at a point of desperation. Remembered my speech. They called me and we put it on. wm q. In lansing which by the way is still classic rock and and and and still kills it but it absolutely exploded. I mean it was scary. Good how while that station did. It started chachi. I mean like lemmings. Going over the cliff man. I i got kansas city. Put casey fx on the air. It exploded Got out to los angeles with kayla. We had a hell of a few years there before we screwed it up but we had a great run there and then chicago and detroit and in on and on washington dc. It was crazy how fast it grew. Let an amazing experience that had to be. Did you at this point. So i bet. Are you enjoying life now. Are you kinda seeing the The the fruits of your success..

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"The pulse of what's happening in pop culture and music and you really know it look at it from a different perspective than Someone that Isn't living at day in and day out so you arrived in terrific now. You're the program director you've been anointed and is the staff pretty exciting. You've got a legendary staff there that been there for quite some time. Are they open to you or are they kind of like who is i. I guess you had the advantage in. They knew who you were so that was certainly a a an upside. But i know a lot of times. Staff of that stature can be kind of negative towards someone new that comes in now. They were great they were warm and welcoming and they were just tremendous air staff. I mean the dream team. I you know. Jj in the morning crew in the morning. I ken calvert. Middays arthur penhallow. The time was already the dean of detroit rock radio and afternoon drive. I had karen. Savelli and steve kastenbaum at night and even the overnight guy. Carl coffee i mean could have been a morning guy anywhere in the market so you know it was kinda my gig to lose at that point but they were great to me. I mean you know there's the usual friction between peeling air staff. I mean they didn't rav everything that i implemented from the beginning that i came in with a plan i knew what i wanted to do. I literally sat on the airplane. Coming from new york to detroit and sketched out. Ninety percent of nell kidding. Yeah what was the plan that you implemented well. The plan was really to double down on our personalities. The company was kind of betwixt and between they'd never been attacked by music machine before all of our radio stations were heavy into personalities. And so i kind of felt like okay. Let's clean it up. Let's get rid of some of the fringes here. Tighten the music down a little bit. We instituted some commercial free programming of our own. But the main thing was the philosophy was were more than just a jukebox and that was to a great degree the way we malls was being described. And so my whole thing was. We're going to be everywhere. We're gonna own the streets. We're going every big event. We're gonna own local music. We're going to do it all and our personalities are going to be people's friends and bodies and that stuff and so. I just figured we've come this far. Let's executed while and see what happens. How long did it take you to claim your position again through books. That's pretty amazing. See you did it in nine months. I was fortunate. I mean the pivotal moment. Was the stones coming to town to play the pontiac silverdome In a festival seating situation and we ended up owning the show. Even the stones didn't give it to us. We just took it. That was probably the crescendo. Moment that i think kind of vaulted the radio station back into the top zone and it stayed there but unfortunately as i mentioned mardi greenberg left and to a great degree. I wanted to come back to new york. I mean when. I left new york to come back to riff course. I never wanted to move to new york now. I'm in new york..

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"Know the the the footage and some of the air checks from that day and just what a huge monumental Horrific thing that the back to what you were just saying it was a nine eleven aura. jfk assassination. it was daylight that and to be on the air. What was that feeling i. It is miraculous that you knew. So much about the dakota in the building and about them getting in. But do you remember just doing those reports or was it kind of almost surreal. It was surreal just in obviously everybody in radio i think goes through this when they cover some kind of huge tragic or monumental event i mean i was just adrenaline is and kind of in the moment and there was Remember in manhattan there. Were you know little banks of payphones on every corner show and literally i commandeered the pay phone right across the street from the dakota and sat there for a few hours making calls so i mean i was right there and it was so crazy and none of it hit me until i actually went into work that day. I took the morning off doing all this stuff in probably walked into work around one o'clock and the surreal power. Was everybody a work was. Hey you doing all right. Where were you this morning. And i'm like. Oh i have some stuff to do you know. Hey isn't this lennon thing off all nearly he it really is. Hey so meanwhile. Have you done the kahlo. S thing and i'm like wow i mean everybody's sort of back to business here and i'm still reeling from this and i remember the lenin thing for months just weighed on me. I mean i just couldn't imagine somebody of his magnitude being assassinated. I mean sure. I think that You know along with jfk. Or a bobby. Kennedy's assassination or mlk juniors assassination. It was i mean horrific in just his celebrity and what he meant to people. I could not Imagine that a really kind of fast and you know. I think we're used to sadly them dying in conventional ways. Right right drug overdoses and all that you you kinda hear that and you go well. It's a shame but it does seem to happen a lot in the business but being shot outside your home by an overzealous fan. Wow even today thinking about it but yeah. That was a moment. You had said something interesting. That i hadn't even thought about but the fact that you had to commandeer payphone and just how hard mechanically to set that up and you were calling into the hotlines. I assume but it wasn't like there was a bridge line. Or hey let's meet me on zoom or you didn't even have a cell phone you literally had to do this all from a payphone and where people pissed at you. They wanna get on the payphone. I don't i don't remember that and there was more than one. I mean it was one of those double payphone things. Can i do remember the second one and people were i. Honestly i have no idea what was going on around me i. I was staring at the building because the entrance roy were it happened is right there right. Remember much about people around me. You know you get you. Get so focused and i was focused and again being on the air was also not my natural habitat right so i was also thinking about eliminating the comes in is in the world..

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"Just as i was getting going with jacobs media and the classic rock thing so i think he kind of knew it was going to be okay and My mom is ninety two and a big fan. She was there that night at the hall of fame dinner. that's fantastic. Yeah it was really cool. It was really cool and she was the one who actually drove me up to the university of michigan to help me talk my way back in after you've been ousted for bad grades. Exactly right i am so your friend helps you. Get a gig at riff. And what made you decide at this point. You wanted your magazine incredibly well and running there. you said they're publishing research publishing for radio right for radio. Which is a huge gigs. He rose through the ranks. There really quickly. What about riff. What made you decide at that. Point to kinda jump from the research side of the business into programming. So maggie was the kind of place that honestly. You didn't spend your whole life there unless your name was frank maggot. After two years. I had really done a lot and it was becoming clear to me that if i didn't get online radio station experience. I would not be able to do as well as i needed to do. I just felt there was a piece missing. You know having not really worked in a radio station before. And so i did the study for riff and they loved it and tom came back to me and said you know. Would you come to work for us into this stuff all the time and it was like a dream come true so i took it and you're back in your hometown back in my hometown and the station was in in the trailers at the time. Those people who know detroit radio know that rare even though it was owned by abc whereas actually in a little building connected to three house trailers and was killing it in the middle seventies. It was just just an amazing time. And so yeah..

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

Chachi Loves Everybody

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody

"He wasn't always in the jobs that he dreamed of doing. And i think he looked at us and said you know what whatever you do do something that you enjoy. And so for me. And i came to radio sorta late in the game. You know most people in radio new when they were eight right right th they wanted to do this and i didn't know until after i got my bachelor's degree that i would End up here so it took me a while to figure it out but Yeah that's the deal. Grew up in detroit huge tigers fan as you mentioned. Yeah i mean your guy was vince. Gully mine was ernie harwell same deal. Same class act. I mean all that stuff and College in michigan All the way few jobs around the country. But i moved back to detroit program riff in the early eighties. And i've been there ever since then. I married detroit girl. So i'm is stuck detroit through and through. So are you the oldest of three brothers. Yeah and were you the first to fall in love in a with radio and college exactly and then paul came after me. He's three and a half years my junior he He and i were in michigan state at the same time. I was chasing a master's degree and he was getting a bachelor's degree in advertising. I started teaching as a teaching assistant. Radio one on one essentially and paul had to take the class so you can only imagine how much fun that was. Did you guys get along pretty well as kids. We got along reasonably well as kids bit as adults. It's just amazing how the company has developed us into best friends. And i mean we're great business partners but were each other's best friend and it. It really has worked out well and bills ten years younger than me and so i mean. I didn't even know him right. I mean that's h gap right to college. He was eight right so yeah but he actually. I actually hired him before a higher. Paul no kidding yeah. I needed somebody to back me up. And he was the perfect. Backup at that point. So when you're in college what was the catalyst that got you interested in radio Really accidental Honestly my undergraduate degree was sort of in a combination of american history in journalism. Okay so there was a media piece there. But i really didn't want to write for a newspaper. And i always loved music and rock and roll and all that stuff and i. I just didn't have the perception to be able to kind of connect the dots at that point. And go you like media. You're like music. You should be in radio but it was one of those kind of weird things where i was at a dinner party and there was A woman there is probably twenty years older than me. A friend of my parents and i was kind of inbetween colleges at that point. And you know she just kind of asked me the question. What is it you really enjoy. And i'm like well. I really enjoy music. And i kind of wandered into radio. So i went to michigan state for a master's degree and they looked at me. And they said you know you didn't take any of the right undergraduate courses so we're gonna make you take the undergraduate tv production and radio.

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Why screening for fevers won't be enough to catch coronavirus cases

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Why screening for fevers won't be enough to catch coronavirus cases

"When the economy re opens one of the safety measures frequently touted temperature screening to track fevers as ABC's Erin to Turkey fever is a common symptom of coronavirus infections but doctor Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist and former commissioner of the New Jersey health department told us taking temperatures is unreliable the trouble is much of the transmission occurs before there are any symptoms or signs of infection so temperature as a screening tool may be deceiving you're missing all the people who are contagious who are shedding virus whose temperature is normal and you're letting them circulate temperature checks doctor Jacobs said are a poor substitute for

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm Derek Dennis now that president trump is laid out as guidelines for states to re open from corona virus lockdowns including a downward trajectory of new infections and deaths businesses are wondering what their next step should be and they're not alone many states now looking for their next steps to in Las Vegas for the famous strip lies empty the mayor pleading to re open I see here that we're gonna have deaths caused by people just throwing their hands up I can't handle this anymore Texas governor Greg Abbott becoming one of the first to announce plans to reopen some stores next week but only for curbside pickups no customers inside A. B. C.'s which Johnson testing and temperature screenings could both be used as barometers to reopen the country state by state fever is a common symptom of coronavirus infections but doctor Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist and former commissioner of the New Jersey health department told us taking temperatures is unreliable the trouble is much of the transmission occurs before there are any symptoms or signs of infection so temperature as a screening tool may be deceiving you're missing all the people who are contagious who are shedding virus whose temperature is normal and you're letting them circulate temperature checks doctor Jacobs said are a poor substitute for testing Erin cutters he ABC news New York debt collectors could be after the stimulus checks and direct deposits being sent from the trump administration millions of Americans receiving twelve hundred dollar corona virus relief checks from the IRS some of them may see that money go as quickly as it came debt collectors could take the money to satisfy certain types of debt in what appears to be a legislative oversight while the cure's act protects borrowers with federal student loans are unpaid taxes from having their stimulus checks garnished it does nothing to stop private lenders a bipartisan group of lawmakers have called on treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to direct banks from garnishing payments Dave Packer ABC news you're listening to ABC.

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Derek Dennis now that president trump is laid out as guidelines for states to re open from coronavirus lockdowns including a downward trajectory of new infections and deaths businesses are wondering what their next step should be and they're not alone many states now looking for their next steps to in Las Vegas for the famed strip lies empty the mayor pleading to re open I see here that we're gonna have deaths caused by people just throwing their hands up I can't handle this anymore Texas governor Greg Abbott becoming one of the first to announce plans to reopen some stores next week but only for curbside pickups no customers inside A. B. C.'s which Johnson testing and temperature screenings could both be used as barometers to reopen the country state by state fever is a common symptom of coronavirus infections but doctor Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist and former commissioner of the New Jersey health department told us taking temperatures is unreliable the trouble is much of the transmission occurs before there are any symptoms or signs of infection so temperature as a screening tool may be deceiving you're missing all the people who are contagious who are shedding virus whose temperature is normal and you're letting them circulate temperature checks doctor Jacobs said are a poor substitute for testing Erin cutters he ABC news New York debt collectors could be after the stimulus checks and direct deposits being sent from the trump administration millions of Americans receiving twelve hundred dollar coronavirus relief checks from the IRS some of them may see that money go as quickly as it came debt collectors could take the money to satisfy certain types of debt in what appears to be a legislative oversight while the cure's act protects borrowers with federal student loans are unpaid taxes from having their stimulus checks garnished it does nothing to stop private lenders a bipartisan group of lawmakers of gold and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to direct banks from garnishing payments Dave Packer ABC news your look and.

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on KOMO

"That we're gonna have deaths caused by people just throwing their answers I can't handle this anymore Texas governor Greg Abbott becoming one of the first to announce plans to reopen some stores next week but only for curbside pickups no customers inside A. B. C.'s which Johnson testing and temperature screenings could both be used as barometers to reopen the country state by state fever is a common symptom of coronavirus infections but doctor Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist and former commissioner of the New Jersey health department told us taking temperatures is unreliable the trouble is much of the transmission occurs before there are any symptoms or signs of infection so temperature as a screening tool may be deceiving you're missing all the people who are contagious who are shedding virus whose temperature is normal and you're letting them circulate temperature checks doctor Jacobs said are a poor substitute for testing Erin cutters he ABC news New York debt collectors could be after the stimulus checks and direct deposits being sent from the trump administration millions of Americans receiving twelve hundred dollar coronavirus relief checks from the IRS some of them may see that money go as quickly as it came debt collectors could take the money to satisfy certain types of debt in what appears to be a legislative oversight while the cure's act protects borrowers with federal student loans are unpaid taxes from having their stimulus checks garnished it does nothing to stop private lenders a bipartisan group of lawmakers of gold and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to direct banks from garnishing payments Dave Packer ABC news you're listening to ABC.

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Derek Dennis now that president trump is laid out as guidelines for states to re open from corona virus lockdowns including a downward trajectory of new infections and deaths businesses are wondering what their next step should be and they're not alone many states now looking for their next steps to in Las Vegas for the famed strip lies empty the mayor pleading to reopen high Sierra that we're gonna have deaths caused by people just throwing their hands up I can't handle this anymore Texas governor Greg Abbott becoming one of the first to announce plans to reopen some stores next week but only for curbside pickups no customers inside A. B. C.'s which Johnson testing and temperature screenings could both be used as barometers to reopen the country state by state fever is a common symptom of coronavirus infections but doctor Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist and former commissioner of the New Jersey health department told us taking temperatures is unreliable the trouble is much of the transmission occurs before there are any symptoms or signs of infection so temperature as a screening tool may be deceiving you're missing all the people who are contagious who are shedding virus whose temperature is normal and you're letting them circulate temperature checks doctor Jacobs said are a poor substitute protesting Erin cutters he ABC news New York debt collectors could be after the stimulus checks and direct deposits being sent from the trump administration millions of Americans receiving twelve hundred dollar corona virus relief checks from the IRS some of them may see that money go as quickly as it came debt collectors could take the money to satisfy certain types of debt in what appears to be a legislative oversight while the cure's act protects borrowers with federal student loans are unpaid taxes from having their stimulus checks garnished it does nothing to stop private lenders a bipartisan group of lawmakers have called on treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin to direct banks from garnishing payments Dave Packer ABC news you're listening to seven seven CVW TM Jay Belafonte annex wealth management studio.

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on WSB-AM

"They can do you know what are they they keep those in the absence of testing see that that these are all substitutes for what needs to be done what needs to be done is to have a rapid accurate kind of test that you could do multiple times on individuals I was talking to the task force last night in New Jersey about if you want to screen people going into the hospital I mean it's not just visitors but staff nurses doctors everybody you want to have somebody at the front door open to a test that you read in five minutes you have people in the holding area when the test is negative they go into the hospital if it's not they don't and you could do that anywhere but you need a test that's rapidly available very accurate and easily administered so well in the absence of that you're doing all the second best things like temperature checks which is I think a very second best way of doing it but it's it's a substitute for what needs to be done is there any harm in taking everyone's temperature well the harm is that if they don't have a temperature you think they're okay you're missing all the people who are contagious who are shedding virus whose temperature is normal and you're letting them circulate they feel reassured the people they have been there yeah mixing with feel reassured and it's a false assurance there's really no substitute for testing I don't think so this the substituted testing is a universally available a highly potent vaccine Dr Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist the former commissioner of the New Jersey health department thanks to you as this pandemic goes on doctors are learning a lot more about the virus itself it does discriminate on the basis of sex Dr della terra por of Johns Hopkins and the ABC news medical unit is with us now so there's a gender gap here dot corona virus does not impact us all the same yeah it's really interesting stuff the data is showing that more and more we're seeing a disparity now sometimes.

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Infected you don't have a temperature elevation why are all these businesses as part of their re opening prota calls including temperature checks well I think it's it's what they can do you know what are they they keep those in the absence of testing see that that these are all substitutes for what needs to be done what needs to be done is to have a rapid accurate kind of test that you could do multiple times on individuals I was talking to the task force last night in New Jersey about if you want to screen people going into the hospital I mean not just visitors but staff nurses doctors everybody you want to have somebody at the front door open to a test that you read in five minutes you have people in the holding area when the test is negative the going to the hospital if it's not they don't and you could do that anywhere but you need a test that's rapidly available very accurate and easily administered so well in the absence of that you're doing all the second best things like temperature checks which is I think a very second best way of doing it but it's it's a substitute for what needs to be done is there any harm in taking everyone's temperature well the harm is that if they don't have a temperature you think they're okay you're missing all the people who are contagious who are shedding virus whose temperature is normal and you're letting them circulate they feel reassured the people that have been there in a mixing with feel reassured and it's a false assurance there's really no substitute for testing I don't think so this the substituted testing is a universally available a highly potent of vaccine Dr Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist the former commissioner of the New Jersey health department our thanks to you as this pandemic goes on doctors are learning a lot more about the virus itself it does discriminate on the basis of sex Dr della terra port of Johns Hopkins and the ABC news medical unit is with us now so there's a gender gap here doc corona virus does not impact us all the same yeah it's really interesting stuff the data is showing that more and more we're seeing a disparity now sometimes that disparity has been with race and in this case of this story the disparities between men and women and what differences are you noticing well a lot of them actually so statistics out of the United States for example are saying that even though women are being tested more often men are positive more often than we have studies coming out of the UK saying that men are twice as likely to actually die from this coronavirus a large study added China is saying that men.

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Commute could hope to do at ten forty three north bound from the interchange of the Good Hope road is eight minutes ninety four I found interchange down to lake Navarino problems there a seven minute drive WTMJ forecast tonight an evening evening sprinkles clearing with patchy frost a low of thirty three degrees and tomorrow mostly sunny windy mild a high of sixty degrees here in southeastern Wisconsin a Wisconsin Sunday in isolated morning rain sunny the rest of the day hi fifty one degrees I'm Kevin wells newsradio WTMJ he's an NBC news special nineteen need to know B. C. news correspondent Aaron Katersky as government officials and business leaders look to re open the country now one of the safety measures frequently touted his temperature screen to track fevers are common symptom of coronavirus infections FEMA has just placed an order for fourteen thousand thermometers for New York City at the White House members of the press must have their temperature taken before they're in close proximity to the president or vice president at the General Motors plant in Kokomo Indiana where the assembly line is now making ventilators instead of auto parts employees are required to undergo a temperature check as soon as they arrive at work the problem is checking for fevers is unreliable and maybe even deceiving Dr Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist and former commissioner of the New Jersey health department is with us temperature checks seem like they're going to be ubiquitous in the very near future are they necessary well I don't think temperature checks you know really tell you what you want to know that's the problem if you have a temperature elevation you know could be from any number of things but assuming that in and pandemic year one of the things that could be is from infection with this coronavirus the trouble is most of the trends much of the transmission occurs before there are any symptoms or signs of infection so if you're shedding virus for two or three days before you have any symptoms or signs and no temperature elevation than checking for you know temperature elevation as a screening tool Mrs all of that and those are the people who feel okay they feel well they're walking around and if you want to prevent them from coming into your store or their place of employment or a hospital or wherever and you screening for temperature alone you can miss all of it and then of course there are people who are affected you don't have a temperature elevation why are all these businesses as part of their re opening protocols including temperature checks well I think it's it's what they can do you know what are the the key is in the after as of testing see that that these are all substitutes for what needs to be done what needs to be done is to have a rapid.

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Why temperature checks won't be enough to catch coronavirus cases

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Why temperature checks won't be enough to catch coronavirus cases

"As government officials and business leaders look to reopen the country. Now one of the safety measures frequently touted his temperature screening to track fevers a common symptom of Corona Virus Infections. Fema has just placed an order for fourteen thousand. Thermometers for New York City at the White House. Members of the press must have their temperature taken before they're in close proximity to the president or Vice President and General Motors Plant in Kokomo Indiana where the assembly line is now making ventilators. Instead of auto parts employees are required to undergo a temperature check as soon as they arrive at work. The problem is checking for fevers is unreliable. And maybe even deceiving Dr Fred. Jacobs a poem allergist and former Commissioner of the New Jersey Health Department is with US temperature. Checks seemed like they're going to be ubiquitous in the very near future. Are they necessary? Well I'll think temperature checks You know really tell you what you want to know. That's the problem. If you have a temperature elevation could be from any number of things but assuming that in pandemic year one of the things that could be from infection with this corona virus. The trouble is most of the Trans much of the transmission occurs before they're any symptoms was signs of infection. So if you shedding virus for two or three days before you have any symptoms assigns and no temperature elevations then checking for a temperature elevation as a screening tool misses all of that and those are the people who feel okay. They feel well. They're walking around. And if you want to prevent them from coming into your store or their place of employment or a hospital or wherever and you screening for temperature alone you miss all of it and then of course there are. People who are in fact. Don't have temperature elevation. Why are all these businesses? As part of their reopening protocols including temperature checks. Well I think it's it's what they can do you know. What are they key in the absence of testing these are all substitute for what needs to be done? What needs to be done is to have a rapid accurate kind of tests that you can do multiple times on individuals talking to the Task Force last night in New Jersey about if you want to screen people going into the hospital and not just visitors but staff nurses doctors. Everybody you have somebody at the front door who can do a test. That red and five minutes. You have people in a holding area when the test is negative. They go into the hospital. And if it's not they don't and you could do that anywhere but you need a test. That's rapidly available very accurate and easily administered so well in the absence of that. You're doing all these second-best Things like temperature checks. Which is I think a very second best way of doing it. But it's it's a substitute for what needs to be done. Is there any harm in taking everyone's temperature? Well the harm is that if they don't have temperature you think they're okay. You're missing all the people who are contagious. Who are shedding virus. Who's temperature's normal and you'll letting them circulate they feel reassured the people that have their mixing with feel reassured and it's a false assurance. There's really no substitute for testing. I don't think so The substitutes at testing is a universally available. Highly potent vaccine. Dr Fred Jacobs a pulmonologist the former commissioner of the New Jersey Health Department. Our thanks to you

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"fred jacobs" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"fred jacobs" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Game this afternoon again Stanford good chance of showers are Scott as with game time prediction it's going to be moist this was one of the games that I picked you see you have to lose at the beginning of the season I'm taking a mall again I think you see if there's more than hang I think they run away late and more sports in town Orlando city takes on doing live the camping world stadium tonight a former vice president of sea world admits that he did not tell the truth about our documentary impacted the company court records show that Fred Jacobs as part of a class action lawsuit filed by investors that say executives misled them about how the film blackfish which told about how killer whales were treated in captivity hurt park attendance in income Jake is reportedly first set of the movie didn't hurt the part but later said that statement was not true and to plaintiffs in the suit also claimed that they lost nearly four million dollars because of this the world has denied doing anything wrong is working to get the lawsuit dismissed Daniel Vargas is ninety six point five W. T. B. L. and we're following breaking news in England police say thieves use at least two vehicles to swipe are solid gold toilet worth up to one and a quarter million dollars at the Blenheim palace because significant flooding into the building level three it was ninety six one five W. DVL. weather brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning tropical storm Alberto is still expected to be well off our east coast SO four central Florida today and tomorrow we'll keep the chance for some quick passing showers and breezy wins here in Orlando gets about eighty eight degrees I'm putting a rain chance at forty.

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