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"Mary frank johnson. Welcome to technician. It's great to speak with you. Thanks so much. Peter i always enjoy talking with you. I do as well so please on the record at this point. I'm i'm as somebody who is a luminary ao space. You do not need a big introduction with my audience. I don't imagine but you are perhaps best known. As former editor in chief of cio magazine the the moderator of the cio leadership live broadcast which is just a phenomenal phenomenal series of interviews with with leaders in the tech space x os with a healthy dose of course of chief information officers as the name suggests and a prolific writer. Somebody who's wisdom. I know my team. And i have have gained mightily from across the years as well so i'm so pleased to to have this more formal conversation after many many informal ones with you okay. Well thanks very much peter. I we've got a lot of great stuff to talk about indeed indeed wipe. We begin at the beginning at least as relevant to the cio space. You're not somebody who grew up with immersed in technology You are somebody who The written word came the more easily to the dentist too many others. Perhaps and and you were focused on journalism. I wonder what was what was the genesis of your time In focusing your skills on the cio. Space okay thanks. Exxon question and i love telling the story because i think that it reflects so much of how many of the it leaders cio's that we both know today ended up in the positions that you know they were music majors or they majored in english literature and history and then they got really interested in data side of things for me. I had started out. I spent ten years at daily newspapers. In florida and ohio in washington state and i reported on everything from city and county commission beats to k twelve education to police even state politics when i was two bureau chief for gannett news service out in columbus ohio and then we were moving to the boston area in nineteen eighty nine. My husband was an atmospheric scientist and he was taking a job in cambridge and so naturally i went reached out to the boston globe and to the boston herald and the it was. Nobody was hiring. So i was. We were arriving in the boston area. And i had heard about a very vibrant technology publishing world here and so i had examined it somewhat and made some phone calls A lot of this was so far before the days of regular emails. And you know we weren't living on our phones. Then so i was just applying my reporter skills to it. And i ended up getting a copy of computerworld mailed to me and sat there. I remember sitting there in my living room in ohio looking through it and feeling somewhat reassured that i could understand about what have the stories were about And then on the drive from ohio to massachusetts. I basically grill my husband One side down the other about the computer industry. Because i was coming into it only knowing that ibm made typewriters and the rest of it was kind of a big mystery. But i had been using some of the very early unix. That was vi editor on unix. That you could use to do work on. He had some sun workstations and very early versions of sun and unix workstations at our house and so i used that a little bit. And i remember when i was in my interview for the computer job with The executive and executive editor in the editor chiefs of computerworld. I think they were very impressed. That i was referring to things like vi editor in youth so but computerworld at always hired. They hired reporters who could learn the beat. And i think that's pretty much the way almost everybody on the tech journalism side got into it. They were journalists bite training. Then they do. They dove into their beats. Because one of the things we discovered trying to hire people over the years if you try to higher in a technical person and hand the technology beat they wouldn't know the story angle with fell on them so it was really important if you were genuinely out there reporting And then i found enjoyed it. I just enjoyed it so much and by the time i was a couple years into my job at computer world when the boston globe was to interview people and hire all. But i wouldn't left for anything at that point it just it was such a. I just enjoyed the way. The story kept changing and advancing and moving forward.
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It's a dangerous time to be a journalist in America
"One of the most disturbing trends over the last few years has been the uptick in violence directed against journalists for members of the public. even law enforcement. Sadly does not seem to be something that is going away anytime soon. I'm michael o'connell this is. It's all journalism the us press. Freedom tracker is led by the freedom of the press foundation and the committee to protect journalists in collaboration with other leading press freedom groups us press freedom has taken a dive during the trump administration and to be fair. It wasn't stellar before that today. We're joined by michael d dora washington advocacy manager of the committee to protect journalists on the state of press freedom. The us and what a new administration might mean to press freedom. Welcome to the podcast michael. Thanks for having me on leisure veer. First of all. Tell me about your background. How did you get involved in. The subject of press. Freedom shirt will actually as it turns out. I was a journalist in a life. As they say when i was in college at the state university of new york at albany in upstate new york i was editor in chief. A school newspaper. There started out as a dog for and and writer for the paper. I work my way up during my senior year. I also had a an ship with news. And i was working at the state capital. They're essentially a roving reporter for gannett on all things happening around the capital. After i graduated. I took a job with fox. News happens in worked at their headquarters in new york city as an editor for fox news dot com and at that point was kind of looking at my future in journalism. And you know looking at the the landscape and you know it was before the economic crash of the late two thousands. But i wasn't so sure about my long-term chances of really succeeding in journalism. And i wasn't sure that i was a hundred percent dedicated to what what that would take. You know i had gotten a couple of offers Really small newspapers around the united states wherever they could build up my credibility as journalists. But i wasn't sure at one lived and you want a place with a couple of hundred people. So what i do is i went to. My master's degree in city. University of new york fulltime is a press relations officer at city university of new york. When i was when i was doing a studying political theory you know throughout my journalism career. I was always really interested in the dynamics of human rights and international politics foreign relations and so ended up studying that the relationship between human rights and governments religion in governments and what ended up doing is kind of turning from engaging in journalism myself to advocating for people who serve themselves to be journalists. And so i spent some time in an organization called center for query which defended freedom of expression and then three and a half four years ago or so the community day journalists was tiring a washington advocacy manager someone to manage their full time engagement with us government in washington and that was the first time they had that position they actually just created it and it felt like a a real good fit for me. So i've been with the organization since then and yeah. It really is amazing career wise to have. Its turn where i was a journalist and the now really working at the preeminent organization that is out in the defending journalists. Maybe just answer this question but you know what is the mission of the project to protect journalists or is it really like an obvious name. It is to some extent an obvious name. The committee to protect journalists is a group of people who are working together to protect journalists. That being said of course every so often you get emails or phone calls from people who think that you're actually committee of government or don't quite understand the name. The committee to protect journalists independent nonprofit organization that promotes press freedom around the world and the right of journalists to report the new safely. And without fear of reprisal we try to protect very broadly the free flow of news and commentary information by taking action wherever journalists are under threat. And the reason for the word committee is that quite literally. The organization was founded in the early nineteen by journalists. Were basically added states. A small group of them who came together because they were concerned about the dangerous that journalists outside of the country were facing journalists around the world. Who didn't quite enjoy the same protections that journalists in the united states face so it started out as a committee that was seeking to publish information and highlight the plight of journalists around the world. Who do not enjoy the same. Protections isn't journals united states. it's obviously grown quite a bit since then.
Tamarack Cellars Firehouse Red 2017
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"gannett" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
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"gannett" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"We look at lifestyle as biological information that helps helps us control express our genes that literally our genetic expression is based on the food. We eat the air that we breathe the water that we're drinking and the thoughts that were thinking, and so you know that we have an impact on our health expression and today we have got a interview really powerful healing story that I think many of you. Guys are going to be inspired by and US really incredible information so I know you're gonNA. Love this, and so my guests is Alison Gannett and she specializes in customized oncology nutrition. She herself had a metastatic brain cancer right so And she actually used oncology nutrition of preventing conquer. Cancer also uses blood, chemistry, lab, testing, DNA, profiling, and history. When she was working with our clients, her heart and soul goes into our work, and she's created a program called conquer cancer with Kito Alison's twenty. Eight day DIY program video series. She also works with people one out one. She's a former world champion extreme skier in an award-winning climate change consultant. She and her husband grow and raise almost all their own. Own Food at the remote farm near Noah Colorado so alison welcome to the podcast, and for having me on failed to be here absolutely while you really interested in your story, and so I'd love to get started with that just Tom. What happened to you? Obviously here? You are world champion skier, heavily involved in climate change as an activist and and. What happened here? Well I mean. It was a crazy story. In two thousand, thirteen I started acting like kind of weird. I was having a hard time jumping off cliffs, and then one day I was cooking in my kitchen, and I was watching a pan catch on fire, and watching the flames go up to the ceiling. And my husband walked in. was like. What are you doing? In I was just thinking how crazy it was, and he was like. Okay, something's wrong. You know I have been acting very strangely, but this was kind of the icing on the cake, and so we rushed to the. And I had a brain tumor that took up almost two thirds of the space in my brain. And It was hard to imagine that I was walking and talking and building. Let alone. Being alive. As rush me into emergency surgery. Got Most of the tumor out, and luckily in my recovery, as I found Dr Nisha winters and started embarking on a Ketogenic of approach to you know comprehensive cancer, reversing the root causes. Obviously, it's way more than just diet. But that was kind of the foundational premises was getting into houses sin. Yup, and so, how long did it take you obviously hear your now. You're in remission, so this is two thousand. Thirteen's roughly seven years later. How long did it take you to really see results symptomatic, wise, and then also. Where you're getting, follow up our eyes or cat scans, or what sort of testing redoing? Ongoing work in progress. Dr Nation never even calls any of us in remission. It's kind of like you're just is like layers of Ananias as soon as you kill one layer off. He signed another layer another layer another layer. I'm still doing that I. still have a past pesticide nerve site, exposure revenue, eating organic fifty years, growing racing my own food but I'm still with these chemical environmental toxins that are still learning Audie, but what was interesting in two thousand thirteen. You know I had been Vegan Vegetarian, grown growing all my own food fire like even growing. Like that like? Exercising all the time being outdoors I mean I thought it was really healthy person, and then all of a sudden I was like this close debt, and then I find out that I have six point eight months to live if I do surgery, Chemo and radiation. And I didn't want to just like kind of barely survive, or you know really suffer through treatment. Luckily, my DNA profiling did not show that he were. Radiation would be very effective for my type of tumor. And so I decided to go on doctrinaire shot. Metabolic approach to cancer and reversing the root causes. It was very hard for me to switch from the Diet that I was eating to kind of embracing having two cups of fat a day. which you know I I know most people can relate to it seems. Even in college. I was taught in my nutrition classes. You know to miss my salad with a spray. Mr Olive oil I have been following the low. Paradigm I been exercising my brains out. I'm still battling with my way that always sudden I was told to eat to Cox fat nine cops, organic vegetables, small amounts of grass across finish proteins while caught series, it was a huge. Change? And I didn't really have a choice because my diagnosis terminal, so I just figured I had nothing to lose I might as well go for it. Changed Everything Because I track my blood work every month and I haven't tracking bloodwork every month for seven years. When, my blood work came back one month into the program of changing way I ate I couldn't believe it. The markers immediately reverse themselves three months later. It was like. A miracle six months later is when I really started. See changes on my skin's. It was at that point that things might poly cystic ovarian disease reversed itself. My seasonal allergies started to go away. My rheumatoid arthritis when away my breasts, fibroids went away I literally felt like. The Keita Genyk Diet was like Snake Oh. And in a good way though. It just seemed impossible take. All these conditions that had throughout my life I had chronic bladder infections, eastern sections on chronic bright, cried bronchitis, also, and all the stuff went away. Doctors have been telling me for years that none of these things were reversible so. was. Thinking that I was healthy, but really becoming healthy took the C. Word. 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"gannett" Discussed on Here & Now
"Excuse me on behalf of my client. We are following the rule of the committee rule of the chair with regard to this issue and this does not call for an answer that is invoking the fifth or any theoretical issue like that. We're following wake of the chair. That's Vin men's counsel Michael Volkov Republicans also focused on the Democrats choice of words. They've moved from quid pro quo. Oh to bribery. Because it's easier to understand. It's also mentioned in the constitution as a high crime. Here's a republican congressman. John Ratcliffe it briefly started to refer to the the president's conduct on the July twenty fifth call extortion and now it's shifted again last week to bribery Ms Williams and you use the word unusual to describe the president's call last on July twenty fifth. Lieutenant Colonel Veneman used the word inappropriate improper. I've word searched each of your transcripts and the word bribery or bribe doesn't appear anywhere in that is Williams. You didn't you've never used the word bribery or bribed to explain. Explain President Trump's conduct correct Nassar. Colonel Edmund you have an either correct. Democrats kept returning to that July twenty fifth phone call. Here's the Democratic Council. Daniel Goldman. Let's go to another excerpt from this call. Where president trump asked presidents Alinsky to investigate his political the opponent Vice President Joe Biden here? President trump says the other thing. There's a lot of talk about Biden son. That Biden Stop the prosecution and a lot of people. WanNa find out about that so whatever you can do. With the attorney general would be great Biden. Went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution. So if you can look into who it. It sounds horrible to me. He said again. Colonel Veneman was this included in your talking points. It was such a request to investigate a political opponent consistent with official US policy it was not consistent with the policies sees. I understood it now. Are you aware of any credible allegations or evidence to support this notion that that Vice President Biden did something wrong or against. US policy with regard to Ukraine. I am not Miss Williams. Are you familiar with any credible evidence to support this theory against Vice President Biden. Now I'm not now Miss Williams prior to the July Twenty Fifth Call Hall approximately. How many calls between president the president the United States and foreign leaders had you listened to I would say roughly a dozen? Have you ever heard a call like this as I testified before I believe what I found an unusual different about this call was the president's reference to specific acidic investigations. That struck me as different than other calls. I listen to you testify that you thought it was political in nature. What did why? How did you think that I thought that the references to specific individuals investigations such as former Vice President Biden and his son struck me as political in nature given that the former vice president is a political opponent of the president? So you thought that it could potentially be designed to assist Mr President. Trump's reelection effort I can't speak to what the president's motivation was referencing. It but I just noted that the reference to Biden end sounded political to me. Colonel Kinman you you said in your deposition that it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see the political the benefits of the president's demands for those of us who are not rocket scientists. Can you explain what you meant by that. So my understanding is that it was the connection to investigate until political opponent was inappropriate and improper. I made that.
Gannett Reports Drop In Revenue, Digital-Only Subscribers Surge
"Can add to owner of USA today and more than a hundred other papers reports a ten point seven percent drop in revenue for the third quarter a lease Izzy has the details the company which is just a few days away from a possible merger reports that despite an overall drop there has been an increase in digital subscriptions on November fourteenth shareholders of new media investment group will vote on a merger with Gannett now if the merger goes through as expected the company name will be get cnet and the headquarters will be in McLean Virginia last week new media reported a slight drop in third quarter revenue down one percent compared with the year before a Lisa C. N. B. C.
Americas Two Largest Newspaper Chains To Merge
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney leabeau's. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the <music> from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily on this tuesday august thirteenth the american newspaper the paper industry has been consolidating rapidly for the last fifteen years and shedding journalism jobs as it goes now that consolidation is moving even faster last tweak the parent company of gatehouse media which owns four hundred newspapers announced it will acquire gannett for one point four billion dollars gatehouse in get at are the two biggest newspaper chains in the country. Now they'll become one. It'll keep the gannett name. That's a smart business move. The gannett brand is familiar to many of us. The flagship of its two hundred fifteen papers is u._s._a. Today it also owns the detroit free press tennessee in nashville and hundreds of smaller smaller local papers like the chillicothe gazette in ohio the new giant news organization. We'll have a presence in forty seven states and reach one hundred twenty twenty five million unique visitors according to the washington post one reason behind creating such a mammoth business is to fend off ad sales competition from facebook doc in google which together are expected to bring in fifty one percent of all digital ad dollars. This year predicts the research organization emarketer michael read c._e._o. Gate houses parent company said the merger is intended to quoting here reposition both companies for long term growth and importantly to support quality journalism it will do so in part by focusing on growing digital subscriptions but that long-term financial growth will also come from gate houses traditional method cost-cutting cutting executives have announced that they intend to shrink expenses by two hundred seventy five to three hundred million dollars. That's a large amount considering the size of the deal report the wall street journal. It'll need to impart to pay debt on the high interest loan. The parent company's taking to finance this acquisition more than two thousand. One hundred newspapers newspapers have closed since two thousand four that according to a study by the university of north carolina with this new merger reporters and editors all over the country are bracing for more layoffs. Still some local news leaders see the dealers good news. George stanley editor of nets milwaukee journal sentinel is one of the optimists lists in an email to the news industry trade publication pointer stanley said he believes the experienced gannett exacts who will run the merged company support local news just as he says the news that is essential to our democracy but may well be but it appears challenging as already thin news staffs centipede shrinking even more the deal should close by the end of the year if regulators and shareholders approved in the meantime industry observers are looking to mcclatchy newspapers newspapers and tribune company as the next possible newspaper tie up as the consolidation rolls on from wondering this is business daily. He listened to like our show. Take a second to give us a five star rating and a review on apple podcast. Would you really helps new listener spy and for that we are so. I'm david brown back with you tomorrow. Hello this episode is brought to you by centro. Online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online and from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Doc send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And you were back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash b w daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.
Gannett, USA And Publisher discussed on All Things Considered
"Two of the country's largest newspaper companies are merging the first you might have heard of Gannett owns USA today and more than a hundred local papers the second is called new media investment group it is buying and that the new company will take Gannett's name it will be by far the largest newspaper publisher in
Uber's first earnings report shows $1 billion loss
"Six investors took some encouragement from a slightly higher increase in economic growth last quarter than anticipated. And from top Federal Reserve official who said the central Bank would take a look at possible rate cuts if warranted. Overstay byu as a public company has seen its stock slide. Now it's posting a billion dollar loss in its first public quarter, but that was less of a loss than Wall Street analysts thought they'd see revenue growth was there, too. But so was more competition. It's been a rough week in retail for anyone who's not a discounter Burlington stores. Dollar tree and Dollar General all delighted investors. The gap did not same store sales fell for percent last quarter Cosco saw comparable sales, and profits rise, but shares fell post market, and Dow Jones reports Gannett, which owns USA today is talking about merging with
Walmart warns that tariffs on imports from China will mean higher prices
"Walmart says new higher tariffs on Chinese goods will increase prices for shoppers. NPR's only Seljuk reports. The company has released first quarter earnings commenting specifically on the potential new tariffs. Walmart officials said they're closely monitoring the trade negotiations between the US and China hopeful for an agreement. In press interviews chief financial officer bread. Big said WalMart has had quote mitigation strategies in place, focusing on being the low price retailer, but he's a more tariffs will raise prices for consumers. This echoes the sentiment for Macy's. Ceo, Jeff Gannett who warned on Wednesday that if the Trump administration does expand tariffs to virtually all Chinese goods, including clothes shoes and toys, it would be hard to avoid higher prices
"gannett" Discussed on WRVA
"We're also watching for earnings from Gannett CBS, health, Avis budget, and others. Meanwhile, the US China continue their negotiations toward a trade deal. Nymex crude this morning is slipping down two tenths percent and just under fifty six dollars a barrel overseas. European markets are edging higher after Asian markets bounds tire today s and p futures down three points. Nasdaq futures down less than one Dow futures are down twenty nine points. I'm Bloomberg's Gina Cervetti for NewsRadio. W R V A. Here's Rush Limbaugh. Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel is implementing a pilot programs become a huge fad and liberal cities. The program will hand out a thousand dollars in checks one thousand dollar checks to select in Chicago recipients every month. No strings attached. The handout is called universal basic income. You'll be I it's supposed to. Break the cycle of poverty, Chicago will pay for the new welfare handouts with city funds. In other words, you be I money is coming from unsuspecting taxpayers now this scam. Sorry, social welfare experiment has been tried before. January twenty seventeen Finland adopted a universal basic income program. But after two years of not breaking the cycle of poverty shutdown Finland admitted it failed, and that's what Chicago's harebrained UB. I plan is destined to do. It'll also fail because socialism never works..
Gannett Rejects Hedge Funds Hostile Takeover Bid
"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown and this business worse daily. Happy Monday, everyone the last remaining newspaper conglomerates are playing a furious game of chess and much like a real game of chess. It's not always easy to follow. What's happening who's buying whom who's selling the strategy seemed to change daily just last month? We reported that digital first media had made an unsolicited one point three billion dollar bid to buy Gannett, the nation's largest regional newspaper chain media observers and journalists everywhere raise alarm bells at that bid since digital. I has a reputation as a destroyer of newspapers that is layoffs. Typically, followed digital first acquisitions as the hedge fund owned company hollows out newsrooms in order to increase profits. But journalists got some good news last week when genetic officially said hell, no to the hostile takeover bid. At least the news seemed good. But while the rebuff. May have something to do with protecting journalism. The real reason nets board rejected the offer. It seemed too low by at least two dollars a share tough times for Gannett are hardly over. The company is searching for a new CEO in last month laid off about four hundred journalists it recently hired an investment banker and rumors are that it is now actively seeking a buyer, but it could also be considering acquiring another media company the bottom line digital. I move last month set off a merger frenzy in the ailing newspaper business, that's creating a sort of who's on first scenario that questions the future's not just of Gannett and digital I. But also of Tribune media and McClatchy newspapers. Now, if you can't keep up with the details, don't worry. It's the broader picture that's more important here. Slate published a deep analysis of media industry problems and surprisingly. Slates analysts say those difficulties didn't begin with the internet as many claim slate says the industry's issues began back in the nineteen eighties. When investors I began going into debt to buy papers an amer- with their high profit margins and seemingly infinite potential for growth. It's then that they should have invested in strengthening newsrooms, but didn't. And so when online competition showed up and ended newspapers local monopolies over their readers. Newspapers were already weakened Craigslist defectively killed classified advertising known as newspapers golden goose between two thousand and two thousand eight slate reports newspaper revenues dropped by sixty percent. The trouble is as we've said here before the newspapers serve two masters. Yes, they are in business to make money for shareholders, but many feel they are also fundamental to our democracy in January. Some two thousand journalists from Gannett, but also from a classy Huffington Post BuzzFeed and vice received pink slips or buyout offers. That's a lot of reporters and editors out of the small pool of remaining professionals, many of whom are trained to hold politicians and other leaders accountable. So the competition here is an only Gannett versus digital. I it may in fact, be democracy versus profits. From wondering this is business wars daily. We appreciate you listening. We love to hear from you. Have some thoughts about this episode or any other the tweet us at business wars? I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from Pitney Bowes central online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or mail, printing shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with a semi pro software. You can compare shipping rates between carriers plus say forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and get five cents off. Every letter. You send our listeners can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash VW daily.
"gannett" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment
"News and comment if you'd rather not use Miami's on lengthened, please support these free and independent reporting through the pay pal. Donate button. Thank you. Now, if you'll indulge me some words about my profession, and my vocation in this special report on the decline and possible salvation of your free, press and journalism American newspapers. Which in a few cases are still our best source for news took their first hit with the arrival of radio, which could report the news faster. Newspapers took a bigger head from the great depression over a thousand U S cities at one time had at least two competing newspapers that was just before the stock market crash by nineteen forty four though cities were down to one paper. And then came television news with that same instant coverage, but pictures that moved and ultimately in color, the newspaper business surged again after World War Two, but by nineteen ninety at suffered more losses and newspapers were gobbled up by other papers. And then by other companies, it was the age of conglomeration followed by the age of the internet when most people stopped reading their news in print tha. Today, only the big paper survive the rest shadows of their former selves smaller, paper smaller and fewer sections layoffs and worst of all less reporting by two thousand sixteen more than five hundred daily newspapers had gone out of business. And that's the year they stopped keeping track. At the American society of news editors the cutbacks at our most, reliable, local and national news organizations. Have continued newsroom jobs have fallen by twenty three percent in the past ten years since nineteen ninety nearly sixty five percent of all newspaper jobs have been cut nearly two-thirds. Editorial cartoonists are the Canaries in this goal mine and they've been dropping like Canaries among the layoffs last week by the Gannett newspaper chain a Pulitzer prize winning cartoonist, there isn't a single employed editorial cartoonist left in the state of Texas now a Pulitzer prize winner in Pittsburgh was fired by the post gazette after the paper refused to print many of his anti-trump cartoons. USA today on our Gannett had bought up small local newspapers all over the country. Now Gannett has just cut jobs at its papers in New York, Tennessee and Indiana after another recently off New Jersey previous Gannett layoffs slashed reporting in Ohio, Florida and Arizona. It can get worse strapped for cash Gannett is getting offers now to sell those papers to all in capital, a company known for its risky..
"gannett" Discussed on KOMO
"News. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news business news at twenty and fifty past the hour. Brought to you by propel insurance stocks finished higher fueled by gains in tech shares the down roles one hundred seventy five points. The NASDAQ gained eighty three on the day just out fourth quarter results from Google parent company. Alphabet it reported earnings of twelve seventy seven a share on revenue of thirty nine and a quarter billion dollars, though, the numbers beat estimates. Its shares are down one and a quarter percent after hours the nation's largest newspaper chain today. Rejected a takeover bid by N G enterprises. The hedge fund owned company also known as digital first media Gannett publishes USA today said its board decision to reject. The unsolicited one point three six billion dollar buyout offer was unanimous. That's your money now. VC entertainment news. Not only was it the low scoring Super Bowl ever. But it's going down as one of the lowest rated patriots Rams pulling a forty four point nine. According to Nielsen that's a ten year low for the big game. Maybe you saw that Bud Light game of thrones mashups spot during Super Bowl, which according to Twitter data won the crown for most tweets per minute while new footage from marvel studios. Avengers endgame was the most retweeted spot of the night. When does that start Christoph Saint John has died? Best known for his work on CBS as the young and the restless, no official cause of death has been determined. The daytime EMMY winner was fifty to the Oscar goes to Jennifer Lopez Tina Fey, Chris Evans and Whoopi Goldberg among the names of the first round of presenters at this year's Oscars which happens February twenty four th in Los Angeles. Alice Cooper, a seventy Monday. I'm Matt wolf. From ABC news, Tech Trends, improving civic, engagement through social media. I find this to be a really fascinating and somewhat confounding move from Facebook, you should begin to start seeing more political petitions in your news feed. These petitions can include various action items like calling your representatives. Interestingly you cannot tag the president or vice president in these posts with the launch of the new community actions feature. Facebook hopes to encourage its users to become engaged this arrives at a time when peoples not forgotten how divisive Facebook was in the most recent presidential election. Dana Wollman is editor in chief for the tech site in a gadget the challenge for Facebook. She says will be to make sure there's no abuse of the feature whether petitions are us, let's say for harassment or even just spammy nonsense. Facebook hopes to avoid any misuse by instituting a mix of algorithm detection, human oversight and feedback from its users. With Tech Trends, I'm Michelle Franzen..
Gannett, USA Today And N G Enterprises discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"After hours the nation's largest newspaper chain today. Rejected a takeover bid by N G enterprises. The hedge fund owned company also known as digital first media Gannett publishes USA today said its board decision to reject. The unsolicited one point three six billion dollar buyout offer was
Gannett rejects MNG's buyout bid, saying it's not credible
"One merger deal in the books of one not in the books the publisher of USA today and other newspapers rejecting a more than one billion dollar buyout. From a hedge fund backed by media group with his taking over newspapers and cutting jobs MNG enterprises, also known as digital first media made an unsolicited bid of twelve dollars per share last month says it's board determined the offer undervalued the company, and it is not in the best interest of the company or its shareholders. It was a unanimous
Hedge Fund Makes Hostile Bid for USA Today
"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages. Thanks can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Tuesday. January twenty second last week Gannett the owner of USA today received a bombshell of a letter it came from digital first media a newspaper group backed by a huge hedge fund the letter announced that digital. I was making a one point three billion dollar bid for the company which owns more than one hundred daily newspapers across the country hostile takeover. Indeed digital I which owns the Denver post. The San Jose Mercury news in about one hundred fifty other papers is so well known for gutting the newsrooms of the newspapers at buys that critics have called it a quote destroyer of newspapers since twenty twelve digital. I has cut two thirds of staff members at its twelve largest unionized papers. According to the Wall Street Journal critic say laying off journalists isn't just bad for the quality of the papers. But for democracy itself with subscriptions. And revenue down more than eighteen hundred newspapers of closed in the US since two thousand four with fewer local watchdogs, some stories don't get covered. An investigative journalism is hard to come by. But digital firsts argument is that shareholders come first, and they say shareholders deserve better than they're getting from Gannett whose profits have been declining last week digital I reveal that with seven and a half percent of Gannett shares. The media group is Gannett largest shareholder, which could give them the power to force the USA today owner to sell while critics bemoaned the decline of journalism in favor of higher profits digital first claims it wants to save newspapers touting its recent purchases of the Boston Herald and the Orange County. Register as proof since they were both in the throes of bankruptcy can response. We'll see no immediate action is required. They told the press while Gannett strategizes. Shareholder? May be holding their breath. But so we'll journalists working there along with anyone concerned about the demise of the fourth state. Hey, if you like our show, leave us five star rating favorite podcast app widget ratings help other spy business wars daily. Do us a world of good. Thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown. We'll see more. This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by Centro online from Pitney Bowes central online makes it easy to save time and money. No matter what you ship or mail, printing shipping, labels and stamps, right? From your desk with a Centro software. You can compare shipping rates between carriers plus say forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and get five cents off. Every letter. You send our listeners can try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale. But only by visiting PB dot com slash b w daily. That's PB dot com slash VW daily.
"gannett" Discussed on KQED Radio
"She she's been biscuit. I have an idea just wasting yet to see what's next. So just a little while ago on he told me that he did hear back from her and the interior minister Fred Matangi says that the situation is under control, but just a few minutes after that we heard more gun fire. And so people are worried that things are still going on tell us about the place, the hotel office complex for where this is all playing out who would have been in there at the time of the attack. It's a nice place. It's a place with fancy deadly, and it has a really nice outdoor patio. It's where people take their lunch or they come for work meetings or they have coffee, and it's usually packed during the lunch hour in the thing about these attacks 'specially here in Kenya. Is that they happen in places where any one of us would find themselves, and that's why they're there, especially terrifying. For people tell us about the claim of responsibility by the Somali extremist group, Al Shabaab, so al-shabaab says. That they were conducting an operation here in Nairobi, essentially, taking responsibility for this, and I'll shebab has attacked Kenya. Before they did. So in two thousand thirteen when they attacked the mall here, leaving sixty seven dead, and they attacked a college and career saw in two thousand fifteen where it left almost one hundred and fifty people dead. So I'll shebab is a constant threat. They controlled much of Somalia and they target Kenya. Because Kenya provides many of the soldiers who fight them in Somalia, and what's the reaction been among people in Nairobi who you're talking to today. What's the atmosphere like there? There's a lot of sadness. I think people feel this is a place that constantly worries about these attacks. There's you know, the kind of security you have to go through to get to this kind of hotel, for example. They check the back of your car. You have to go through a metal detector. So in a lot of ways this is the country that that is always bracing itself for this kind of attack bit today. I just I've heard a lot of sadness that that it has happened again. But government officials the interior minister Fred Matang says that Kenya will not be coward by this attack that Kenya will move forward. Alright NPR's Ava Peralta in Nairobi Kenya. Thank you. Thank you. Tomorrow on morning edition this week. Brought disappointment for the military veterans who have said toxic chemicals from burn pits in Iraq made them sick. The supreme court refused to consider the vets lawsuit against the military. Contractor who ran the pits, which means the vents are now hoping that help comes from congress and the VA you can listen by asking your smart speaker to play NPR or your station by name. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. One of the nation's largest newspaper companies Gannett is facing a hostile takeover bid from a company known for acquiring. And then gutting newsrooms Gannett owns USA today and about one hundred other papers across the country digital first media owns more than fifty papers, including the Denver post on the Boston Herald, it is offering nearly one point four billion to buy Gannett. Well, the deal is raising concerns and you find out what those concerns are. Let's bring an NPR media. Correspondent David Folkenflik aid. David, hey, merely so we have here one big newspaper group trying to take over an even bigger newspaper group. A lot of people are really not so happy about this. Why particularly journalists and perhaps those who are served by the newspaper set digital. I already owns digital. I it's worth pointing out is actually controlled and majority owned by a hedge fund and your called Alden global capital, and it's. Plan when it takes over companies newspaper companies and newspaper properties is generally to cut it back take the Denver post, which is where digital versus notional headquarters is right. That's a company that is about as third as large as it was in two thousand twelve their execs came to them and said, look, we can move you out of the historic old headquarters in in Denver to after round of layoffs to the suburbs and the printing plant, they'll all future layoffs, the unions and employers agreed to that because they said, let's keep the staff as best we can. And then a few short months later, another third of their staff was let go so this has a company that has a tradition of cutting and cutting and then cutting some more maintaining significant profit margins to apparently help support investments in other places. Right. I mean, there seems to be some evidence to support the argument that this is a company that acquires and then guts newsrooms wrong evidence. Yeah. A spokesman for digital first to give to give them their say has put out a statement. They they told the Wall Street Journal, we believe these publications need to survive, but they need to have their costs come into line with their revenues costs in line with revenue seems hard to argue with. It seems certainly unobjectionable. No places. There seem to be any notion of growth or of solving real problems affecting the newspaper industry, and that Gannett itself has been suffering along with many others. There's no sense that this is a question of we have a strategy to persevere and to survive. It's a question of how do we cut and cut and cut, and let's be clear. Can that is a company that's been famous within the newspaper industry for cutting? It's just the digital first does so to a much greater degree. They've been calm. They have condemned gannets leadership for making certain kinds of digital investments, which have not panned out. And they say we think we can do this better by just paring back the expectations of readers have staffs need to be not so significantly high. And at the same time, we think we can eek out enough in print and digital subscriptions to make this valuable as an investment, right? I mean, the historical irony will not will not escape a lot of people listening Gannett was once known as the big guy gobbled up smaller, local papers and cut Steph. How is gonna responding to this offer? Gannett says it will look at it. Can it has been? Is not in the position have much choice. I think they have to do it there. They've been offered a premium of nearly a quarter over what they were going for on the market just a few short days ago, although their stock had been valued at more in the last year than than what's been offered. Can it's gotta look at it. But sling into wehrley it was hoping not so long ago to take over the Tribune publishing a newspaper chain it had sought to maybe consolidate with others to try to survive and right out this huge storm. And yet we're going to see if it turns out to be one of the minnows rather than one of the whales. Alrighty, thank.
"gannett" Discussed on KCRW
"On the roads right now in silver lake southbound on the one and one after Silverlake boulevard, there's a stalled vehicle blocking the left lane. And boy, oh boy. You're messed up from before Santa Monica boulevard in north hills. That Sigler continue southbound four zero five at Roscoe boulevard. Even though it's the off ramp that shutdown. It's still having a negative effect on the traffic, especially in that slow lane. Sean keep us updated police as the rain continues. You're listening to KCRW. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro, and Mary Louise Kelley one of the nation's largest newspaper companies Gannett is facing a hostile takeover bid from a company known for acquiring. And then gutting newsrooms Gannett owns USA today in about one hundred other papers across the country digital first media owns more than fifty papers, including the Denver post. And the Boston Herald it is offering nearly one point four billion to by Gannett. Well, the deal is raising concerns and you find out what those concerns are. Let's bring an NPR media. Correspondent David Folkenflik. David hamer. Louise, so we have here one big newspaper group trying to take over an even bigger newspaper group. A lot of people are really not so happy about this. Why particularly journalists and perhaps those who are served by the newspapers that digital. I already owns a digital. I it's worth pointing out is actually control. And majority owned by a hedge fund in your called Alden global capital and its plan when it takes over companies that are newspaper companies and newspaper properties is generally to cut it back takes the Denver post, which is where digital first notional headquarters is right. That's a company that is about as third as large as it was in two thousand twelve there execs came to them and said, look, we can move you out of the historic old headquarters in in Denver to after round of layoffs to the the suburbs and the printing plant and first-all future layoffs. The unions and employees agreed to that. Because they said let's keep the staff as best we can. And then a few short months later, another third of their staff was let go so this is has a company that has a tradition of cutting and cutting and then cutting some more maintaining significant profit margins to apparently help support investments in other places. Right. I mean, there seems to be some evidence to support the argument that this is a company that acquires and then guts newsrooms wrong evidence. Yeah. A spokesman for digital first to give to give them their say has put out a statement. They they told the Wall Street Journal, we believe these publications need to survive, but they need to have their costs come into line with their revenues costs in line with revenue seems hard to argue with. It seems certainly unobjectionable it it in no places. There seem to be any notion of growth or of solving the real problems affecting the newspaper industry, and that Gannett itself has been suffering along with many others. There's no sense that this is a question of we have a strategy to persevere and to survive. It's a question of how do we cut and cut and cut, and let's be clear. Can that is a company that's been famous in the newspaper industry for cutting? It's just the digital first does so to a much greater degree. They've been calm. They have condemned. Get nets leadership for making certain kinds of digital investments. Some of which have not panned out. And they say we think we can do this better by just paring back the expectations of readers have stabs need to be not so significantly high. And at the same time, we think we can eek out enough in print and digital subscriptions to make valuable as an investment. I mean, the historical irony will not well, not escape a lot of people listening that Gannett was once known as the big guy. That gobbled up smaller, local papers and cut staff. How is gonna responding.
"gannett" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"A New York-based? Hedge fund is making a play for the Gannett company, which owns more US newspapers than anyone NPR's. David Folkenflik reports. The secretive investment firm is well known for downsizing papers. It already owns Alden. Global capital is offering a premium over what can that was worth at the end of trading. Last Friday, all news is secretive hedge fund based in New York City Gannett owns one hundred local media outfits, including big ones in Detroit, Phoenix and demoing nationally. It's powered by USA today. As recently as two thousand sixteen Gannett was bidding for other large newspaper companies. Now, the tables are turned Gannett is known for relentless cost cutting its newsrooms famously kept lean to meet quarterly earnings demands for shareholders in an industry where most of the trend lines are down Alden has if anything gained an even more brutal reputation at the papers, it has acquired with severe cuts even in newsrooms posting double digit prophets. Can that says it will review the bid David Folkenflik NPR news? China has sentenced a Canadian man to death on charges of drug smuggling Robert Schellenberg was handed a fifteen year prison sentence last year, but an appeals court had ruled the punishment too lenient. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accuses China of arbitrarily applying the death penalty and Ottawa's issuing a new warning to Canadians about traveling to China relations between China and Canada have been strained amid a trade dispute and the arrest of a Chinese executive in Vancouver last month. Beijing subsequently detained two Canadians. I'm Barbara Klein NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from creative planning and independent wealth management firm. Taking a financial planning led approach to managing clients investments. Ed, creative, planning dot com slash NPR, creative planning wealth management redefined. And the Annie Casey foundation. You're listening to all things considered on ninety point three..
Hedge-Fund-Backed Media Group Makes Bid for Gannett
"Owns Alden. Global capital is offering a premium over what can that was worth at the end of trading. Last Friday, all news is secretive hedge fund based in New York City Gannett owns one hundred local media outfits, including big ones in Detroit, Phoenix and demoing nationally. It's powered by USA today. As recently as two thousand sixteen Gannett was bidding for other large newspaper companies. Now, the tables are turned Gannett is known for relentless cost cutting its newsrooms famously kept lean to meet quarterly earnings demands for shareholders in an industry where most of the trend lines are down Alden has if anything gained an even more brutal reputation at the papers, it has acquired with severe cuts even in newsrooms posting double digit prophets. Can that says it
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"Facility inspections. Scott Pringle, NBC. News Radio New jersey, the newspaper chain M G wants to buy media giant Gannett for just over one point three billion dollars. Gannett is the biggest newspaper publisher in the country. It's holdings include USA today and local papers in Detroit. Indianapolis, Phoenix Cincinnati, and Milwaukee, it appears Harvey Weinstein's attorney is leaving his legal. Team. Lisa g reports. According to several reports, Ben Bronfman is leaving the disgraced movie moguls legal team. Word is men and Weinstein have frequently clashed and recently had a major blow out over Weinstein's decision to look for new attorneys Bronfman has represented other celebrity clients, including farmer, bro. Martin scraggly and International Monetary Fund director, Dominique Strauss-Kahn Weinstein is set to face a criminal trial in may for sex crime charges. Lisa g NBC, News Radio New York. Jurassic world's star. Chris Pratt is heading down the aisle. Again, the movie star announced today he popped the question to girlfriend, Catherine Schwarzenegger, and she said, yes, Catherine is the daughter of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver. She's also the grand niece of former president John F Kennedy through Shriver, the thirty nine year old Pratt posted a photo of the two on Instagram with the caption. I'm thrilled to be marrying. You Brian shook NBC News Radio. Take
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"I guess there's some serious stuff being linked to a too much caffeine slash energy drinks. So the the new study is stroke and seizure and it's not just caffeine. I don't wanna pick on caffeine because in a smaller energy drink. There's about seeing this caffeine has a Cup of coffee, but it's combining with the sugar. Imagine this imagine taking your Cup of coffee and putting about fourteen teaspoons of sugar in that. You would never do it. Right. So and then we combine that with a couple of amino acids that the isolate and then some other chemicals and herbs, and then it's a cocktail that increase your heart rate. And actually we shown the constrict your blood vessels. Which is the big scary part is so I'm not alarmist. And I always feel like these things are for people who have pre existing conditions or they're just going way overboard, and slamming, you know, five red balls, but I guess there's some evidence that just one energy drink could possibly trigger arrhythmia, right? Yeah. I'm I'm with you on the moderation in in most things in life. And I think we're all going to be fine. Right. But this particular thing because of the the the combination of things in that did show with even with young people one drink really can do something to your heart. That would you said in a written years, which is an abnormal rhythm. And that constriction of your your arteries is concerned, especially back constriction happens in your brain. Now. This is something that people would feel with their hearts are racing or they may not even feel it, and then wouldn't seek help you may or may not feel this this arrhythmia it can be mild to where you can't feel it and you're not going to seek help because it's a it's a short term thing. But if you go on and use over and over again, then you've got a real problem. So I think it's if we look at it most people a couple of cups coffee in the morning, not bad for you. There's some evidence that one or two cups of coffee is actually has some health benefits. Know, we're drinking four or five cups of coffee in the morning. And then we pound these things in the afternoon in the evening. I worry about early morning people you guys get up early every day. Probably don't go to bed at a at a normal hour because it's hard to do that. I would think now is wondering if people who may have a Cup of coffee in the morning before they go workout first thing you combine the caffeine with exercise and raising your heart rate. Yeah. But but there's really no evidence that one Cup of coffee, even before your workout can really doing damage to you. So I think he's with with coffee. It's moderation with the energy drinks. I think it needs it should be elimination. And I've seen some studies in the past that said that younger people are more prone to problems does that make sense to you. This study did look at eighteen and under and it had it had a negative effect even on young people. So I think I think we need to focus not just on the on the older folks with heart conditions. I think these energy drinks in particular because of the cocktail that it is. And speaking of cocktail, sometimes they're people combined these with alcohol evening, right? I'm gonna I'm sure you've heard of that. I've seen it done a lot. Yeah. Even more evidence that when we combine it with alcohol now, we got an extra cocktail. It's it's even more Rick. So I'd say so so I was going to I guess you answer my next question. Do you would you say just to avoid these things altogether? I would. Yeah. This is one that like I said earlier, I'm with you in moderation host things, but in this particular avenue, I think we've got to eliminate these things because I don't I don't think. I'm not a fan. That's probably the only one I tasted that was enough for me. Yeah. Me too. And then there's there's over sixty these on the market today, which is hard to believe, it's huge business. I know and I saw there's a huge rise in the diagnoses of irregular heartbeats. I gotta be somehow related Dr David Barschak. Hey, dr. Thanks, good stuff. My pleasure. Have great day. Eight twenty two on eight ten one three one WGN, traffic
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"Get through thanksgiving. I personally think it's a little early. But I love Christmas some experts say decorating early can actually make you a happier person the ability to take those boxes down from the attic and set things up. Feels like you're getting something done. Absolutely. You should do it feels right for your family and for you. That's WCBS TV's. Jessica Layton reporting an update of your money at the Bloomberg business does coming up the wwl news time one fifty two. Start eight November second. You can always count on the stars over the course of a human lifetime. Their configuration doesn't change. They don't appear to move at all that static appearance is an illusion though, the stars are also far away that we don't see any motion yet. They're all moving in a hurry. And one of the fastest is in view on autumn nights. Gamma Pisces is the second brightest member of Pisces. The fish is the constellation stretches across the east and southeast at nightfall. Gannett ICM is near its top right corner. Part of the Pentagon a faint stars Gannett ICM is a stellar giant. It's nearing the end of its life. So it's beginning to get bigger and brighter right now, it's about ten times the diameter of the sun and more than sixty times. The sun's brightness that makes it faintly visible to the I'll loan even though it's more than one hundred thirty five light years away. Perhaps the most interesting fact about gamma pi CMO is it speed. It's moving across the sky at about three hundred fifty thousand miles per hour faster than all but a few other visible stars at that rate. It'll move the equivalent of the moons diameter in less than fifteen hundred years, the stars composition hints that it came from outside the disk of the Milky Way the part of the galaxy. That includes the sun, the star has very few heavy elements that suggest it formed outside the disk and just happens to be passing through.
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"gannett" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Welcome to the show i'm jordan harbinger as always i'm here with my producer jason to filipo today we're talking with alin gannet he's the founder and ceo of track maven and the author of the creative curve how to develop the right idea at the right time he's also on the thirty under thirty lists for both inc and forms which i will admit stings a little i wasn't doing anything by age thirty that was even remotely noteworthy all it did and today it's going to be an interesting one we live in a world where most people idolize the creative greats of today such as elon musk in zuckerberg and all those guys and gals these creative heavyweights are revered right most of us are just positive we could never reach similar creative heights it's never going to happen these people are geniuses there one in a million and maybe to a degree that's true however today we'll discuss some of the science behind creativity and see if it can be learned by just about anyone in fact that's a spoiler alert that's what we're gonna show and we'll also discover that anyone can achieve moments of creative genius and we'll see some steps that show us how we can cultivate the right qualities and environment so that this is more likely to strike us when we need it and we'll discuss four laws alan calls them the laws of the creative curve that if followed will enable just about anyone to become a creative rockstar as always we've got worksheets for the show if you wanna make sure you solidify your understanding of the key takeaways get those four laws down pat and figure out what you need to do to stoke those creative fires that link is in the show notes at jordan harbinger dot com slash podcast all right here's allan gannett allen thanks for coming on.
"gannett" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"Right so here we are with alan gannett and allan thank you so much for taking time out of your busy day to be with us a really pumped to talk to you about your new book here the creative curve thanks man thanks for having me all right so allen you the title of the book is the crea curve and you go into quite a bit of detail describing what this curve is and i find this quite fascinating can you give the audience just a quick overview of what the curve is that you're talking about so the creative curve is my rebrand of concept in psychology called the inverted u shape relationship between familiarity and preference which would be a terrible title for a book and so i read branded the creative curb and basically what this is it's a diagram that represents the relationship of what drives human taste and preference so we think that human tastes and preferences this very organic nebulous thing the how the heck could we ever figure it out but it actually turns out there's really good science on what drives us to be interested in certain things and to like certain things but dislike other thing and it all comes down to these twos or primal urges we have on one side we crave things that are novel this is sort of intuitive we like new sources of food and your sources of pleasure reward and this goes back to our hunter gatherer days or trying to find that next buried to eat that next meal whatever it was that kind of makes sense so we like things that are novel in new but we also have this other urge which is seemingly contradictory we also have this urge we also pursue the familiar in the reason why is that we're scared of things that are unfamiliar think about if you were a cave dweller and you saw cave that you had never ever slept it before in a cave slept in multiple times you wouldn't go into the cave that you've never sucked in before you would go into sucked sutton before because it's safe you know you're not gonna get harmed and so this seems like a contradiction we cravings that are novel potential reward we also seek out the familiar for safety in so it turns out that this contradiction is our brains really elegant way of of balancing risk and reward if things we like things were interested in are actually bland of the familiar in the novel their familiar enough to be safe the novel enough to be interesting and this is why you find the most successful creative ideas actually aren't the ideas that are radically new think about the first star wars was western in space harry potter is literally like a very standard orphan rising story but there's wizards you know the iphone was an ipod with a phone right and so what you see when you look at actual creative achievement while we have this notion that breakthrough ideas or radically new the reality is we don't actually like those ideas thing about the segue that did not work right we like ideas that are more incremental and so the creative curve is curved shape relationship is when you first experienced something you tend not to like it but then when you start experienced more and starts to feel safer you start liking it more and more till i guess to a certain point restarting bored of it it becomes cliche and then the mortar exposed to it the less you like it every digital time you're exposed to it so think about when you hear that like new drake song like the first time you're like what is this and the third time ellis is pretty good the ten time like nice for what can the stop in the fifteenth time you're like this has got up and so you see the sort of turtle shell the sort of upside down you relationship which again is the inverted your relationship between familiarity preference aka the creative curve so i like this because you talk a lot about the beatles in your book and you also provide a great example of how the how the beatles kinda road this curve and they went back and did a bunch of research tell a taylor audience about this research so there's this really cool field in academia of pure cool musicology which is literally the.
"gannett" Discussed on Taking Note
"Welcome to taking note conversations with evernote this season two episode five and i'm your host forest bryant are you a creative person if you said well yes of course i am good for you go forth create something do great things but chances are you didn't say that because most of us sadly don't believe we're creative sure we admire those people who've come up with novel ideas or right great books or make beautiful art but we don't think we could ever be like them those people are geniuses they have some kind of special genetic code the muse smiled upon their birth and noted them as creative but not me you might say i'm just ordinary well alan gannett wants to prove you wrong by day ellen is ceo of track maven marketing analytics company but he's also obsessed with human potential especially when it comes to creativity his debut book the creative curve digs into the science of creativity exploding the myths about who is creative and what creativity really means it also show how anyone can find creative success given enough time enough that occasion and the right mental kit let's meet him elon gannet thank you so much for joining us on the podcast thanks for having me man i'm excited my company has an animal mascot your company is animal mascot it was meant to be indeed indeed elephants and corgis unite it's a pair made in heaven so the corgi is the mascot of track maven your company which is a marketing analytics firm so i'm curious how does somebody who's into marketing analytics get into the question of what spurts the creative process what sparks creative success yes so i run this company called track baby that's a market platform used by a ton of big consumer brands and sacks about mary all these interesting people and one of the things that we do we help people figure out what are the patterns mark data what is it telling us what store should we be telling moore up would audience issue.
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Heavy drinking may increase 'bad' bacteria in your mouth, study finds
"And alcohol seems to increase pms risk by altering the level of hormones such as gannett atropine during the menstrual cycle all right so your advice then is for how do you know if this going to affect you because some women it may affect some women not effect i'm women are really tormented by their pms symptoms and i would look at your lifestyle and i would try on an individual basis see what the alcohol does to it and and see where it had a thread that needle all right also those who are heavy drinkers are at risk for what else this is this is neat this is so human microbiome you're going to be interested in this consists of the trillions of bacteria and other microbes that naturally dwell in the body there are links between the makeup of the guts microbiome and risks of various diseases we know that the more diversity in the gut microbiome the better and the news this week from the medical journal microbiome is that people who drink more than the recommended daily limit of alcohol have an unhealthy knicks of bacteria and their mouths those who drink relatively heavily have fewer good bacteria in their mouths and more band bacteria including bugs that have been linked to gum disease heart disease and cancer so drinking kills the good bugs in your mouth and it goes down into your system the reason alcohol is something that would wipe out what we use for a cleanser alcohol is a cleaner isn't it but it seems to this seems to be one of the mechanisms by alcohol is so toxic in high doses to the body because it seems to selectively take out the good bacteria and leave the bad bacteria wow so that's a big that's very interesting stuff when you put two and two together there the equations not too good so word to the wise is officially do you think sometimes telling people like this really startles them enough to change their habit or something as powerful as alcohol addiction the people listen to that i come on or they don't have enough willpower to even if they know it's wrong if they listen to you and they hear what the negative impact is they still may not have the it's it's a it's a mind body thing isn't it your sign es what you're trying to say i.