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"george stanley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"george stanley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Stanley our guests this morning a W. TMG conversations I'm your host Gee Miller there's a guy in the White House who coined the term fake news a lot of people believe it is there such a thing is it practiced by local media and what is with the adversarial relationship between digital media and the print media yes George Stanley that so how can save people think we're pumping fake stuff on that really started if there's some really interesting a research on this and there's a book out now that people can find on the internet called truth counts a practical guide for news consumers and our trust was at an all time high when you and I got into the business you know also nineteen seventy nine nineteen eighty in that area trust in media was an all time high in the started to climb way back in the eighties will long before the internet half of the decline it's occurred in trust in the media before people are on the internet and a start cable nose and it started with several different forces happening at once and twenty four seven news allowed people that were being interviewed at the moment to manipulate things that isn't something we did that isn't something you did but it affected people's perception of the media the other thing was a notification of the market's sole instead of ABC CBS NBC and newspapers markets could be designed around very small niches of people that you could sell advertising to people wanting a resource target audiences and they started delivering what people wanted to hear and that first started with cable and then it went to talk radio and at the same time because there were so many options available the government deregulated broadcast so when there was a public airwaves in the public on the airwaves in you had a license to operate in the public airwaves the government regulated those airwaves at with the trust doctrine and the fairness doctrine so if you were going to interview a Republican you had interviewed Democrat if you were going to interview a Democrat you had interview Republican I get the other side of the story because there were four hundred cable channels available now people thought well we don't really have to do that anymore and so they those were all overturned the fairness doctrine in those things with broadcast well that led to great business models sold new business models where it's a hell of a lot cheaper to have someone on the air spotting their opinions about what they read in the news and that happened to be reinforcing the opinions of the audience they want to seek further advertising match than it is to have a new staff it's covering the news twenty four seven and that you were you need multiple people on multiple chefs going on verifying news and then reporting that that's a way more expensive so the talk radio whether it's Littler conservative panels on cable news or just spouting opinions rather in verifying news and sending out teams of reporters to figure out what's true or not all of that has led to decline in trust and now politicians are taking advantage of it too you're on the wrong end of that with this building in a lot of cases the elephant in the room you been in the paper have been targets of one dead tree media and everything else it's been said about the terminal center by some of our host past and present how do you respond well first there's an irony there because calling us the mainstream media when you're a radio station that came out of our news Rome a hundred years ago or eighty years ago as a little dishonest you know because there's no one more mainstream than TV radio either but you know that was that was a business model that was for a for a long time I don't know how well it's still working because people seem to be shifting to other things now but for a long time it was inexpensive to have someone reinforcing opinions of people felt and wanted to hear and then it was to have a new staff and I think that it served a specific audience that advertising could be sold to and that's how that's how that went so that was a business model it started at the national level with Rush Limbaugh on others and it spread to the local level like business models often do and I think it did hurt trust and because we're doing things the exact same way we did one our trust was an all time high in fact in a lot of ways we're doing a better because we have more empirical evidence we have more data the report with none of how we do things his change in verifying facts reporting the news since the seventies when trust was at an all time high but trust has plummeted yes it is common in many other institutions across the country for the same reason coming up next on WTMJ conversations over time I think people realize okay well they got it right maybe these guys were telling the truth there's another old saying the glass and images are very much alike once broken can they be rebuilt is there a lack of trust with the print media these days and can that relationship be restructured with readers and viewers what is that of the journal Sentinel's George Stanley next on WTMJ conversations.

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"george stanley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"george stanley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Is the best of WTMJ conversations welcome back I'm your host Jean Miller my guess this morning the editor of the Milwaukee journal Sentinel is George Stanley many media institutions old school places radio TV newspapers had to ask themselves the same question when do you'll go digital how do you go digital and more importantly you make money off of it did you ever come to Jesus moment I think we all had to at some point we old school types the channel in our business we are used to reel to reel tapes and typewriters and then the switch to to computers and out everything being digital and on line I'm sure it had to be the same for you at some point there is probably an early reluctance like okay this is this is the thing but it's not going to consume us and then also he realized yeah this is a paradigm change your digital is changing everything and I'm gonna have to change with it did you have a moment your did it gradually sink in I didn't work for you a combination of both so on some a lot of it happened gradually he and a lot of it workers insights of the moment that were really important one thing that's really been hard for us and that we've had that just over time is a news verification soul on when I got out a J. school when you got into this business it we were all about evidence fact checking because we have time and TV have time so that when they were three networks and Walter Cronkite all those stories were added in pre produced taped and they verify facts and things weren't in the moment they were twenty four hours a day and the same thing with the newspapers of course we were putting things together we're editing them we were verifying facts and not coming out until the next morning or the next afternoon so how do you do that in a moment so what cable TV really change what's really interesting about this is that's one trusted media started to decline is twenty four seven news cycle where people could manipulate the news people were on TV and that say something and it wasn't time to verify it and that became the reality what they sat and people learn how to manipulate that politicians did another state as well so we as as the old legacy media **** really entrenched in these values of verification and evidence based journalism had to learn how do we do that in a moment and that's what we've been doing so well we want to do now is say okay we'll get the headline off their you know the coach is leaving for Arkansas or there's a fire on you know fiftieth and find the lack or whatever it is but you can come back to us and trust we're gonna give you can verify everything the way we always have and it's gonna take this time throughout the day will keep updating a story throughout the day and everything we put out there is going to be verified according to our old standards but we'll do it all day long the one night okay here but the paper consistently is the physical paper the actual hard copy get in the morning is that it doesn't have have what it used to have a particularly in sports like last night's final score even though they gave me wrap up by ten thirty back in the day that was well before the deadline and you get a complete story with like reaction that kind of stuff is gone now is that by design to put people toward the online product or is it just a matter of function in the way the paper operates now as opposed to twenty years ago it's it's really a matter economic necessity so what's night and that's one of the main criticisms like it too and we wish that we could have as late deadlines as we had ten years ago what's happened is as we've had to find savings we've tried to keep our newsrooms as strong as possible so keep as many reporters including our sports reporters are beat experts out there doing their jobs reporting for all of our platforms including mobile and so keep their actual reporting a live as much as possible and as strong as possible cutting costs elsewhere so what that's meant here in Wisconsin after Gannett purchased us and hardy had ten other newspapers in the state and news sites in the state we consolidate all printing operations here into south Milwaukee and so we're printing fourteen newspapers a night and day at the plant that was made to print das and so that's changed everybody's deadlines we saw the latest online to print the Wall Street journal and New York times and USA today as well we never got Wes calls baseball games in the paper because they were always too late but it's harder for us to get west coast mountains central games specially if they run along and games are running longer now and things like that in the paper that he used to because our deadlines earlier that local news beast that was still being fed the especially online we're deadlines are not an issue it's just a matter of you know getting getting the copy up on the screen and into the reader and to the viewer at home but how do you cover city this big with the expectation being as always up here but your resources being down here I was up in your news from couple weeks ago for a press club meeting in the board room and I was just amazed at how quiet the places you just don't have the bodies like you did five ten years ago well some of the quietness is a bad thing because it means people are out to out doing their jobs and they.

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"george stanley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"george stanley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Conversations my guess is the editor of the Milwaukee journal Sentinel George Stanley remember those glorious days when you had old fashioned connections it made all kinds of noises that hook you up to the internet but then when she got there everything was free those days went away because those people that put that content out there wanted cash for it mortgage journal Sentinel now has pay walls we as George if that was a tough thing to do the newspaper in virtually everybody in when the internet was new put our stuff out there for free now of course papers are having a charge you have a pay will almost papers do now do you think was a mistake yes it was a big mistake there's a couple places it didn't do it the Wall Street journal was one of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette down a little rock Arkansas never gave it away and they were smart and the rest of us weren't has it from a business perspective but what's its lead to now is we were part of this national program funded by the knight foundation and others to teach best practices to sustain local news of supports democracy so that's the aim of this program called table stakes and we are part of their inaugural news organizations involved as a journal Sentinel and we learned than that digital subscriptions are the key to our future and we've been going that route ever sense of that's what say the New York Times The Washington Post and for a while people so well maybe it'll work for the big nationals but it won't work for the regional local newspapers but it's working for The Boston Globe which is a few years ahead of us in this they have a self supporting newsroom on general subscriptions now if we can get to that point we'll have a sustainable news operation they can report the type of news people need for our democracy to thrive as a in our readers will be support us what's gonna happen to lose smaller daily still Sheboygan press was so daily Herald those kind of papers there in even tougher position because of the way advertising digital advertising is works all something like ninety percent of all mobile digital advertising now go straight to Google and Facebook these giant corporations are more monopolistic and powerful than anything we've ever seen in the media industry you know when people were worried about consolidation the media industry Google Facebook it's way better now nobody knows what they're doing anyway it's been even more challenging for the OHL's any now for small town weekly easy and I'm really worried about the weeklies across Wisconsin there's research that shows a one ever community is no longer served by a newspaper or a legacy newspaper using mobile and and thing that has that type of going the government meetings covering democracy as it occurs for people so they can be informed once you lose that democracy starts to fall apart fewer people and sometimes no people even run for office people don't know what's going on so we've always been the only people for also as I've been in the business it shows up for all those common council in village board meetings that shows up for those natural resources board meetings it's there other people might fly and if there's something dramatic going on but we're there and we're building those beats sources and the whole purpose of that is to inform the public what their representatives and government officials are doing so they can stand charge so they can make up their own minds about what's right and what's wrong you don't have to be a reporter for very long to realize that that's how we fix things in our democracy the only way anything gets better is if the public knows about it and cares enough to change it and make it better then you've got to be there for every meeting you just can't show up when something big is going on because that's how you cultivate that person on that panel that board that commission that's going to maybe talk to you on the side and say Hey you know what else is going to happen exactly right you had to use obviously have experience with us and that any reporter will tell you that the reporter but calms the news organization for that beat their the outlet so someone also the creek is going on corruptor bad or something needs to be fixed when I was a reporter I remember if someone followed me in the bathroom once just to tell me you might want to do an open records request on this and even tell me why but he was right coming up next on WTMJ conversations for a long time it was inexpensive to have someone reinforcing opinions of people felt and wanted to hear that it was to have a new staff has always been the greatest relationship between this radio station and that their newspaper that being the more the journal Sentinel even back in the old days when they were two separate papers why did that go software is that relationship now and.

"george stanley" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"george stanley" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"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.

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Americas Two Largest Newspaper Chains To Merge

Business Wars Daily

04:31 min | 1 year ago

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.

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"george stanley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"george stanley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"ESPN's Jeremy Schapper husband had been battling Lewy body dementia. Bill Buckner was sixty nine years old Memorial Day is marked by a number of weather extremes, including oppressive heat in parts of the southeast WBZ TV meteorologist, Tim Williams. Flooding potential in the rain and storms will be over the planes with high pressure really starting to set up around the southeast. There will be some dry conditions around the Gulf states with a high pressure is going to continue with that moisture and the heat just pumping in from around Florida in down toward Louisiana right now. Ninety eight degrees in Charleston, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia Wall Street closed for Memorial Day, trading will resume tomorrow. This is CBS news. Sale and the best and most luxurious cruise and Alaska aboard Cunard's Queen Elizabeth, contact your travel visor, or visit Cunard dot com slash Alaska. This is something California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio dude. Honorable Archer proceedings from top local story at twelve oh. Three fallen military service members were remembered at a Memorial Day ceremony at Los Angeles, national cemetery was take their live. Here's KNX seventies, Margaret Queiro veteran, who served with the lion division in World War Two. Dr George Stanley had this message message for young people. It's important to remember that. You puts his every day. And the only way to remember it is, by giving away things that bring you happiness. Such as being with your fellow man. Two cemeteries like this able to understand how about freedom there more than twelve thousand six hundred World War veterans that are laid to rest here, amid one hundred fifteen acres of sacred, ground LA mayor, Eric Garcetti is also a navy veteran with each one of these flights as we said, a story for each one of us today is at Tom to remember, who we are as a country, eight thousand gravesites out here. Each of them adorned with an American flag, and red or white carnations reporting live at the Los Angeles national cemetery. Margaret, Cho arrow KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio rose hills memorial park, marine vet shared, the story of bringing home, the remains of his friend who served as a navy. Journalist KNX seventy speeds retrea, who is live with more Rosehill cemeteries ninety nine for Memorial Day observance featured comments by.

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"george stanley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"george stanley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hit the milestones to wrap this big project up on time. We will have traffic completed self of highway interchange this year, and we'll have major work completed north of g all the way to college this year. WTMJ news manufacturing company and Stevens point will be laying off a third of its workers in the coming years. Donaldson company, which makes hydraulic lube and fuel filters for customers and engine and industrial hydraulic industries says when restructuring is completed in two years they'll have between two hundred and fifty and three hundred employees down from the current five hundred fifty workers Donaldson operates one hundred and forty facilities in forty countries. The restructuring is company wide. Jane, Matenaer WTMJ news about your money. President Trump signing up the mystic as trade talks between the US and China resumed despite the US imposing new tariffs on two billion dollars on Chinese imports CBS news. Elizabeth Palmer says the Chinese foreign ministry is weighing in. And they've issued a statement from Beijing with regret is going to have to apply countermeasures, and that means Chinese tariffs on US imports. We don't know how much we don't know. Exactly. What goods will be targeted, but it's likely to include US agricultural. Products machinery, and perhaps even energy that is to say natural gas. The Dow plunged more than three hundred earlier today right now it's much better. Still down down about ninety three. Meanwhile, the journal sentinel is trying to figure out how to save some money pay while goes up around the journal sentinel, which made a lot of its online content off limits as of this week unless you have a subscription to restore online if it's exclusive even available elsewhere, they're gonna become scribes she as George Stanley blames changing times ninety nine year the journal sentinel had record revenue record profits than game free websites that still classified ads in two thousand eight recession made printed Spanish GS joining.

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"george stanley" Discussed on Story Time

Story Time

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on Story Time

"Oh, hi. Can you hear me? Hopefully, this old paper quarter is working. I brought it up to this treat forever ago. And I'm just now getting around to using it. So our story starts right here. Right up in this tree. I'm way up in a tree forest. My brother GIO is here to he's making a track for his equally cars, which are these cars. He made out of acorns that was him. That's GIO his real name is George Stanley. Herbert. But no one calls him that you can call GIO, and I'm Luna Luna for seventy Herber. Nice to meet you. Anyway, we're recording this from a treehouse, and it's our tree house and our house. Really, it is just so you believe me, I'll tell you story. All right here goes g you and I were exploring in the forest behind our cows house one day one day last spring, we went far farther than we have ever gone before. With forest starts to feel like a different world. A light is all different there. And it's like you're in a house made out of leaves. It's all in sycamore trees. Anyway, when you stand in the middle of the trees, and look mostly all you see is leaves. It's like the sky is green Brown and gold. So we already knew it was a magical place. And then we found the tree house. It was just sitting there like it was waiting for us. Halfway up. The biggest oldest oaktree the ladder was propped up there. Like another kid had just been up there yesterday. But when we climbed up we saw that there hadn't been anyone here for a long time like a really long time there were spider webs and all the corners on the floor was covered in acorns, some of the windows were rusted shut and a little table and chairs looked like they were as old as on cow like two hundred years older something. Anyway, it was awesome. We started right away fixing it up we wiped off all the cobwebs and swept up the acorns and wash the windows, and then we escaped from boarding school and moved in for good. It's been five days so far that we have been living here. We're living here without any adults or anything we didn't run away. Well, not from on cow at least one day. We just didn't get on the bus to boarding school. Do you know what a boarding school is? It's a school that you never leave. Well, you can go home for holidays or summer break..

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"george stanley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

13:13 min | 2 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Why did the Republicans give the story to the Associated Press, Idaho? They probably figured it would be the best way to get it out there at all of these different news organizations since everybody subscribes to the Associated Press. I've been pounded on them for not doing a better job of communicating and messaging, but I know that they're frustrated here they go and get an incredible amount of salacious material. Mandela Barnes in the not long ago nine million years ago passed less than a decade ago passed. Obama was the president. And all of this is going on for heaven's sakes. And it's not about somebody who's running for a low profile and unimportant job. I believe two of the last five Lieutenant governor's ascended to the governorship. I gotta think about that. Now. It's one of those things where if I say that I'm wrong nine million of you. The Mark Belling said the two of I said, I think let me do it. Well, the current the last who have not at least yet Becky Klay, fish and Berber Latin were the last two Lieutenant governors prior to that Scott McCallum Dennis says, that's one of the last three. He was Tommy Thompson is the tenant governor. Tony euros. Lieutenant governor did not. It's two of the last six that's what it was the last the two that ascended to the governorship were. Pat, Lucy's Lieutenant governor Marty Schreiber became the governor. And. Tommy Thompson, the tenant governor, Scott McCallum became the governor. So based the edit work, I don't know. But I can't go back to I don't really know what happened to the sixties in the fifties. But certainly we know that there is because people can go get other jobs people die move on. Who knows whatever? Sometimes it happens. You're talking about somebody who has based on the last six thirty three percent chance of becoming the governor of the state of Wisconsin, two of the last six Lieutenant governor as I said ascended to the governorship it both cases resignations Todd both Tommy Thompson, Patrick Lucey took jobs in presidential administrations in that left the governorship to their Lieutenant governor. So it's not like you're talking about somebody running for a relatively obscure position. Here's the next part of this that I think is not so obvious point that needs to be made. While the Lieutenant governor is potentially a very important person. The candidates themselves are almost always obscure initially. How many people even knew that Mandela Barnes was Tony versus Roddick bid? Certainly, I think most people know that Rebecca Klay fishes walkers running because they've been together for so long. That's precisely why since these are often people that are not household names initially, at least that the media needs to be providing this type of scrutiny. If Ben della buyers is a big time, you know, high profile person the last number of years is a good chance that he is. Salacious background would have been reported prior to now. But given the fact that there aren't that many people who know that all that much about him. All the more reason why there ought to be some poking into what he is what he's all about what his character is how goofy his behavior is how he conducts himself. How he treats other people. My next not so obvious Boyd. I think I did this right doing the obvious point. I well, we don't what it happened. It was a Republican. But that point needs to be made every single time. Could you imagine if they found this on me? I've ever written for anything. Just try to imagine be putting on a lingerie party. You just kind of laugh at the notion of it. But a big dumb go over at where your Vicki's. But I imagine I get it. Imagine. He did it. Imagine I would on Facebook thought I had some private Facebook or something or another thing that we're going to have a bunch of like we're going to get some younger women to show up. There lingerie. And I'd put that out there on the party. And then I put in all these things we don't want any ratchets. We don't want this and all the other vulgar 'isms that Mandela Barnes has it thing. Imagine I did that. I am telling you that would follow me for the rest of my career. Would you Google be? It would be the first thing that would come up fifteen years later, and I'm not even read it for anything. But that's back to the obvious point. What happened to a conservative who did? But did what Barnes data as opposed to a liberal? Let me get to again what I consider to be a not so obvious but important point to make. Every single time. A story comes up involving a Republican that has some aspect of it the deals with web. If the Democrats get on their high horse and say that Republicans don't treat women correctly. This is why women turn against the Republican party. We need to start acting properly and show respect toward women. Whatever the angle is. For instance, we're told that by putting capital on the supreme court that this is somehow a trashing of women and being insensitive to what women have experienced even though most of us who supported breath Cavuto don't think he did anything inappropriate to a woman who we've gotten that lecture. President Trump calls a stripper a horseface all say Republicans deny showers bag to women. Why this is just terrible. First of all, she's a stripper whose of making fun of the size of Trump's you know, what? So he calls her a day. Do I think it's a wonderful thing for a president to do? No. But they raise this point that somehow this is an indication that all Republicans have this demeaning attitude toward women some, however whenever a democrat is caught preening women. I should use the terms right now that Barnes used this. Ratchets? And so on suddenly, none of these issues about how we're supposed to treat women, I suppose, the resonate the conduct and behavior and the way in which Randy Bryce, for example, as walked all over the women in his life shake at him down for money, stiffen them and ditch it him dating him until they give them money, and then disappearing all these stories that are told it on the record. We never hear about any of that. In terms of how we're supposed to respect women. I think you could go back over the last fifty years of history in the United States of America. And if you added up all the Republicans in America and all the Democrats in America collectively dealt with how they treated women. I think by side might wit. We didn't have teddy Kennedy in there. Hollywood the Weinstein, and none of those are our people. True. We get the occasional ROY Moore from down south. The point that I make though is all these women's groups that rise up every single time. They see an opportunity to try to make a larger point because the Republican is caught involved in something or just alleged to be involved in something. They are totally AWOL when the behavior involves. A democrat, obviously, you can't come up with a parallel because Rebecca Klay fichus, a wonderful family woman in a religious person. And so what is the Republican candidate for Lieutenant governor? So I have to invent a fake hypothetical. I guess all hypotheticals are fake. Let's imagine Becky chose not to run for reelection as Lieutenant governor and governor Walker ended up with somebody else. And just well somebody like Mandela Barnes member of the assembly. I hesitated. Name one of them. Because some people will somehow think that they'll get the story accepted. They'll think that that person that I'm naming is the one that put on the lingerie party. But just imagine what are the say local Republicans Waukesha county member of the state assembly. Became the running mate for governor Walker. And they found the exact same thing. Do you think for a minute that minute that we wouldn't be getting all of the lectures about women treatment of women examination of the kind of rape culture that exists on college campuses. If you just Google rape culture in college over the last ten years, you might get you. You're going to be getting hits on page eighteen thousand two hundred and fifty seven, and they all go back to this sort of thing the culture in which women are treated as objects that are objectified. In terms of parties behavior, how they're expected to act what happens when they interact with a lot of males the whole fraternity culture, and this particular lingerie party was put on by a fraternity. So. Here's what I get. This is all an introduction to what I did hear what I did. I said an Email. George Stanley of the newspaper and all four local television news directors asking him, and I wrote it all the same way. I just did a copy and paste and change that actually I got sick. Sick of changing the names. I just put the bed read this that below the same one that was so they all got the same question. And I said it to all of them. Why did you cover the story? Wouldn't you love to hear their answers? You would. I'll read what I wrote. The same Email was written virtually identical language to all of them. This is the one that George Stanley Georgia's spent a full day. Still nothing on Mandela Barnes hosting a Victoria's Secret lingerie party and saying no ratchets allowed an offering money for quote the girl going the hardest. It was a mere nine years ago. That was the one that I sent to George Stanley. There was a virtually identical version that was sent. To the four local television news directors John LaPorta channel six Ben. A channel twelve by the way, it took some research to find out who some of these news directors were could you told me the Ben Hart was the news director at channel twelve no Jeff cured. It's back over there. A channel forty you know that. Didn't you know that you didn't know that? That was actually quite a bit in this in several subject of several news stories, you didn't know that. You don't seem to know much. That's going on in here. It's a good thing. It's a good thing. You're listening to my program. Are you just be oblivious to these things? Did you hear that? We gave Seattle Donald the show here w I s. Now, I gotta remember who who channel fifty eight years. Kirk Herro that took some research to that. I get all of them. That I say all of them. I did do twelve didn't I say Beng heart. John the port, Ben heart. Jeff Kiernan and Kirk Carol, those the news directors of the four TV stations for six twelve and fifty eight in particular order. Do you want to hear the responses or not? You say, of course, when do you think you're going to hear him after the break good? This is what's known as keeping the audience listening. I am pretty good at that. Drag it everything out. The I think I could tell I could visit you could have told the story in six minutes. That's true. It wouldn't sink in. And I wouldn't be able to work in these points that I wouldn't be able to get you to think about and reflect on some of those other things that are in there. Quarrel with the state Republicans about this. I understand how to do messaging. Well, I probably should I've only been doing this talk show thing for three three blasted decades. You'd think I'd be pretty good. Actually, there's some some people never get any better. Isn't that true? The plateau where the talk show host actually get worse. Yeah. But those are the ones that they burn out. I think don't you. Because you can't help. But learn things I think that whatever they learned is mitigated against by their burning out. I wish I would burn out. I mean, I'm the opposite. I am. I'm the absolute opposite people you while you're gonna mellow you're gonna mellow you're gonna mellow I'm loonier than ever. Paul. Thanks Jonathan green. Got burnt out at the. Yeah. You did..

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"george stanley" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on WJR 760

"And into a bunch of part tars the nine people were transported to nearby hospitals. And none of their injuries were life threatening. Once again on Craigslist scam spelled bat news this time for a resident of the state of Maine correspondent. I'm Jan Johnson. Reports a bogus ad posted online promised free stuff up for grabs at a property in green main, except the owner wasn't giving anything away. In fact, he was away in Florida, George Stanley told the sun journal newspaper that no trespassing signs were up, but his neighbor saw people traipsing around at all hours, helping themselves to a jumble of free-floating collectibles and everything else from bushes to solar lights the bad ad was taken down, but not in time to keep Stanley from being wiped out. I'm Jan Johnson. Dr Martin mcglaughlin a veterinarian from here in township was charged Friday with leaving his own dog and a heated car causing the animal's death prosecutor Kim worthy tards. A sixty two year old in connection with the July fifth death of his three year old male labrador retriever, he went into his home on Sibley rodent urine township and allegedly left. The dog inside his car overnight in extreme heat mcglaughlin was charged with one count of abandonment cruelty to animals. Animal resulting in death, a one year misdemeanor and one count of abandonment. Cruelty to an animal a ninety three date misdemeanor. He's expected to turn himself into authorities to be arraigned October the twenty fourth in thirty fourth district court in Romulus a portion of the lodge freeway.

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"george stanley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"george stanley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Fifty five i'm barbara brooks has more traffic reports more often kennex ten seventy newsradio good morning everybody another hot humid day today we're going to get a little bit better not quite as vigorous and thunderstorm department will still be around but we're starting to dry things out a little bit is the high pressure moves its position over us for the weekend temperature stay warm but we dry it out sort of feel a little bit better with southern california's most accurate and dependable forecast i'm cbs camp canucks ten seventy newsradio seventy degrees in downey also seventy degrees in huntington beach at four forty seven another lawsuit is filed against usc in connection with the disgraced camp has gone ecologist george stanley it was filed on behalf of three chinese students who were patients of the former usc gynecologist dr george tyndall mid to late twenty ten their attorney patrick mcnichols tell knx they were touched inappropriately doc position gordian power proxy hawked with credibility from usc and you'll have women all physical environment because they don't have closed on a lot of times alone with the perpetrator lawsuit he says seeks answers and eventually money usc responded to this new lawsuit saying they're aware of it and that right now their focus is on students safety and wellbeing craig knx ten seventy newsradio the son of san diego chargers legend kellen winslow has been ordered to stand trial kellen winslow the second accused of raping two women in his hometown of vincent nita's bail set at two million dollars it's a bittersweet victory for a grandmother from south carolina who served more than a decade in prison for the death of her baby grants appellate lawyers with help from the loyal the law school project for the innocent one release for berea mendez.

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"george stanley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Is out everybody is out except nick poulsen brian style are apparently the only two candidates getting in to challenge local boob randy bryce let's say i wanted to get in but i wanted to continue doing my to our radio show every day well style polls and bryce would all be able to say hey we want to hours of uninterrupted time to talk about our take on the issues and reach voters in fact crew is even saying when he was asked i think by the journal settle maybe a state journal reporter how you intend to fund a run for the governorship and how you intend to be able to get your message out there he actually pointed to his radio show and said look i've got three hours to talk about it well wait what so he is going to advocate his candidacy for three straight hours every day i i just think there is a big ethical problem with that if you are a radio station when not only an employee but the owner of the station this would be like is stanley still the editor in chief for the journal sentinel if george stanley was going out there and every day publishing news or publishing on his opinion pieces why you should vote stanley for governor there is a big problem yes if bob pittman if our company's ceo ran for president and every single iheartradio station was running bob pittman for president promos that we had to run there would be a big ethical problem with that so i don't believe as much as i like mike crew do us a nice guy i don't think his candidacy is probably going anywhere at i would consider him to be a fringe candidate maybe he can do better than the zero percents that killed a helen roy's was able to manage in this marquette pull but it really does look like it's coming down to iverson socialists super mario by the way we're approaching the fiftieth anniversary of his big meeting with cuba president fidel castro that he's furiously trying to spin as a as a positive here put barrett would i don't think clear the field but he would immediately be the front runner he would immediately be just because of his ability to raise money because and this is something that don't count on the media to.

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"george stanley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Providence georgetown big east battle the hoyas what ab at eight point lead by midway through the first half province would call a time out and go on an eightnothing raanan about a minute would get even then lawyers would reclaimed the lead and they would score at the end of the first half and take the lead the water easy show good bitter offered support by taylor johnson and he has had swatted biwott with george said triple r go picket for legal could go craziness george spilling here's a 3point lead with thirty five seconds remaining they would lead forty two thirty five at halftime by providence would make its ron six minutes into the secondhalf they'd have its first leads since six minutes into the first time that you and get his first year at goulding in a separate mistake a providence the forced radiant see a tournament cartwright another three but he's got it again pirate tiaret cartwright ride providence has taken the lead forty seven forty served thirteen forty eight to go part of an teamed up four run for the friars they went down four two up ten with that naina's minutes to play but georgetown with come was about a minute to go they were down only one part lifezette it's wild shut up no good golf balls around a pickup by george stanley mosele it leading the charge not subtle way got sit side derycke said does the work these shores talks were they were related coolly was he take a time out and that's exactly what will happen he was 72 sixty nine friars off the time out big possession providence for diano the car right cartwright tried space almost away satiety suit now all the way in seattle thriving inside he goes up so these cloud charles were through while allow return the earth turnover but it resulted ultimately at a marketed afoul with forty two seconds remaining he would miss the free throw so the providence lead was three georgetown ball sabatini shoot chaban blair between the leg dribble brides it side puts up a shot no rebounding caught four gone they were going to love other groups route now in to put towards robert it's good at georgetown asked if that but that's only team foul number four fourteen point eight lam nasib more clouds couple of free throws in providence pulls it out seventy four.

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"george stanley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Print journalism tow truck driver crashed sought demnark assembly democrats elect hintsa's leader it is that even one of those little brief items it it's in there at all i guess we know this it must have been a good speech given the fact that as far as the print readers and obviously i'd lied these stories can appear i'm referring to the british added the paper we'll somebody actual they contacted the editor of the newspaper george stanley and asked him about it i won't david he names here but someone did and they copied this with zillion people send an email the george stanley the editor of the news of the of the journal asking where the story of the trump's speech was this was the response of george stance every one of its daily newspapers around the country to be a clone of the biddable news coverage and lefty bias that usatoday pollute says with a daily basis and they're working within that can straight it sounds like they've downsize their staff so much that they don't even have a local staff the decides what national news gets into the paper despite that even usatoday itself the mothership paper has at the bottom of page one the trump un speech for that story not to appear in there at all and for none of the editors looked at the final product of their paper to note note that tells me that they are so consumed in their own bias that because the trump's speech didn't include any obvious gaps or mistakes it didn't even cross their own stream of consciousness that their paper was missing by far the biggest story of the day god forbid that we would get in the way of usatoday we do have one more ranting about how we can't have.

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"george stanley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That it's got detriment interest politics team when a member of the us armed forces is killed in combat someone must tell the family back home and that duty falls to a person called a family liaison many people have seen that moment of the movies the dress uniform the knock at a mother store some people have lived the experience and then there are people who wait for any news people whose loved ones went missing in action when a missing marine is finally found the notification is done by harry johnson who led npr's arrun roth join her on her recent trip to mendon nevada the initial phone call is always difficult sometimes when harry johnson is reaching out to family to tell them their loved ones remains have been found it's been a halfcentury since they've heard from the marine corps they are suspicious if we who we say we are so sometimes they will say well give me some information and call you back others just hang up but she said after the initial shock almost all are happy to hear from and want to know all the details lieutenant george stanley loses daughter gerling highs who were visiting today had never heard from the marine corps before johnson's call she was just a baby when her father was killed in action guadalcanal and nineteen forty three and these are your father's awards and decorations that he's entitled to he received the silver star for his fighting on guadalcanal along with the medals johnson.

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"george stanley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is killed in combat someone must tell the family back home and that duty falls were person called a family liaison many people have seen that moment of the movies dress uniform the knock at a mother store some people have lived the experience and then there are people who wait for any news people whose loved ones went missing in action when a missing marine is finally found the notification is done by harry johnson who led npr's arrun roth joyner on a recent trip to mendon nevada the initial phone call is always difficult sometimes when harry johnson is reaching out to family to tell them their loved ones remains had been found it's been a halfcentury since they've heard from the marine corps they are suspicious if we who we say we are so sometimes they was say well give me some information and alcohol you back others just hang up but she says after the initial shock almost all are happy to hear from us and want to know all the details lieutenant george stanley losers daughter caroline highs fight whom were visiting today had never heard from the marine corps before johnson's call she was just a baby when her father was killed in action guadalcanal and nineteen forty three and these are your father's awards in decorations that he's entitled to on he received the silver star for his fighting on kwok along with the medals johnson has brought a binder thick with documents and photos trucking boost his life and death in the military up until july nineteen forty three he was gone re sergeant and he was feel promoted and july nineteen forty three two second lieutenant and given the title of putin command moving through the binder johnson provides the best narrative she can george mussa's final days and you'll see the maps in here he was fighting on red beach three and you're seeing a footnote it's not clear exactly when police had died but it was in the midst of a particularly brutal that we day that and swam across in most cases they had to swim about six hundred yards to show through heavy japanese fire the us navy mortician at her side johnson goes through the full details of the deaths proposed including photographs of the skeleton according to the historical data and medicaid examiner on your father's injury was in his face up to his up in his upper body of ballistic.

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"george stanley" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"george stanley" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is killed in combat someone must tell the family back home and that duty false were person called a family liaison many people have seen that moment of the movies dress uniform the knock at a mother store some people have lived the experience and then there are people who wait for any news people whose loved ones went missing in action when a missing marine is finally found the notification is done by harry johnson who led npr's arrun roth join her on a recent trip to mendon nevada the initial phone call is always difficult sometimes when harry johnson is reaching out to family to tell them their loved ones remains have been found it's been a halfcentury since they've heard from the marine corps they are suspicious if we who we say we are so sometimes they was say will give me some information and alcohol you back others just hang up but she says after the initial shock almost all are happy to hear from and want to know all the details lieutenant george stanley loses daughter gerling highs fight whom were visiting today had never heard from the marine corps before johnson's call she was just a baby when her father was killed in action guadalcanal and nineteen forty three and these are your father's awards in decorations that he's entitled to a he received the silver star for his fighting on kwok along with the medals johnson has brought a binder thick with documents and photos tracking boost his life and death in the military up until july nineteen forty three he was gonna re sergeant and he was feel promoted.

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