18 Burst results for "Hassan Manashe"

"hassan manashe" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on 1A

"So why are we wasting our time limit stick with you for another story that caught our attention net. Flicks pulled an episode of Patriot Act with Hudson men hajj this week, we've interviewed hustle been hunted on this program about the show because they pull the episode in Saudi Arabia at the request of the Saudi government. The episode was about Saudi Arabia and men. Hush blasted the kingdom over the Yemen. Civil war and the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal has Shoji here is part of that episode of Patriot Act just wants to go prompt prince Mohammad bin soman, aka NBS was hailed as the reformer the Arab world needed. But the revelations about kashogi killing have shattered that image in a blows my mind that it's up the killing of a Washington Post journalist for. Everyone to go. Oh, I guess he's really not a reformer. Meanwhile, every Muslim person, you know, was like, yeah. No, he's the crown prince of Saudi Arabia. So now would be a good time to reassess our relationship with Saudi Arabia. And I mean that as a Muslim and as an American that's from the episode of Patriot Act with MS hustled, mid Hodge that was pulled from Netflix in Saudi Arabia now men Hodge tweeted this week, quote, clearly the best way to stop people from watching something is to ban it make it trend online. And then leave it up on YouTube on quote, now, dear I think he has a point it also this goes to the fact that I've talked about press freedom and media freedom around the world net. Flicks. Pulling something from Saudi Arabia is part and parcel with what a number of world governments have demanded from objectionable content. But but this kind of takes the US Saudi thing to down a different path. First of all, I'm disappointed in net flicks for doing this. But you know, I haven't talked to their legal department. And I assume that there was a Nuff of a grounds under Saudi Arabia's cybersecurity act or whatever it is in which they said, this is a threat to the kingdom, and you must take. Down. And I guess Netflix figured they couldn't win that case. But the truth of the matter is as Hassan Manashe said they left it up on YouTube. It's now got one point six million views counting, I urge everyone to go onto Netflix or YouTube and watch the episode if you haven't seen it it's great and one of the other things he says in there. He's refers to an old sore point. He he's refers to Saudi Arabia as the boy band of nine eleven. And if you remember the vast majority of those nineteen hijackers on nine eleven were Saudis, and I'm sure many people remember the redacted pages that came out in the nine eleven report where we don't know everything that was investigated into Saudi Arabian, high officials and leaders potential knowledge of and support for terrorists before we wrap up. We should look up to space where two big stories hit the news this week space exploration history was made when China successfully landed a vehicle on the far side of the moon. There's a three hundred pound Rover. That is now roving and sending pictures back to earth reaction in China's been somewhat restrained though, according to the New York Times the mission did not feature as one of the top four stories on China's top TV news program Thursday evening. In addition to that successful landing Nasr's new horizons mission sent back photos this week from the most distant place humans have ever explored on New Year's day scientists and engineered celebrated as the new horizon spacecraft approached an object four billion miles from the sun it shaped kind of like a snowman it's called Altima Tuli meaning beyond the known world. It's consists of two connected spheres about nineteen miles long. Scientists believe this part of the universe. Could also be home to some of the solar systems, earliest, building blocks. And we thank our panel for being part of the star stuff that makes the roundup work into your allotment on executive editor at the Pulitzer center. Thanks indira. Thanks so much. David rennie. Beijing bureau chief of the economist. Thanks, David and Christian Karl of Washington Post and author of strange rebels. Thanks christian. Thank you. Our senior. Producers

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Joshua Johnson. A new federal database will track all deadly encounters with the police how will it work and will it work next time on one A B with us for one eight tonight at eleven this is Katie we eighty eight point five San Francisco, and I eighty nine point three north highlands, Sacramento. It's five fifty. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Audie Cornish. They're getting their tires slash pelted. With rocks and run off the road. They are the fleet of self driving vans from the company Waymo. It's been testing out the vehicles in the suburbs of Phoenix since two thousand sixteen Ryan Randazzo reports for the Zona Republic. He joins us now from member station K J, Z Z, welcome to the program. Thank you. So these cars are tested in the community of Chandler. And I understand that police have documented more than twenty incidents in the last two years. So what are the other kinds of attacks that are happening on these self driving bans while the worst would be when a man aimed at gun at one as it drove past his driveway, and he was actually arrested, and they reached a settlement in that case. But yeah, the the slash tire was striking. The car was actually in traffic stopped and someone ran from a park and slashed its tire and then being run off the road. There was one Jeep that ran the self driving cars off the road at least six times, and we should note and employee rides in the back of the vehicle. So there's a human backup driver who's on board almost always to take control when needed and that happened in all these instances. So the Jeep would slam on the brakes or run headlong towards the Waymo and the safety drive within have to take manual control which actually creates a pretty dangerous situation because you're handing off control of the vehicle from the robot to. The human and that handoff can be pretty dangerous person quoted in your story said that everyone hates the Waymo drivers. Because they think that they're dangerous is that something that is kind of common sentiment. Well, I think it's important to note that in almost all of these instances, it wasn't a typical kind of road rage that has triggered by an event on the road where someone away mo- accidentally cut someone off or took too long to make a turn these events aren't triggered by mistakes on the roadway or the the way the cars are driving. This is more of a general angst that some people have towards technology being tested in their community. But when you say angst, you mean, the idea of just the Thomas vehicle is the concern about people being harmed. Obviously there was an incident where self driving car killed a pedestrian some of these do predate that fatal accident that occurred here, but some of them have certainly occurred since then and that was another company it was a vehicle operated by Uber. That definitely changed the tone of the conversation around self driving cars. In Arizona, and nationally and some people including the man who aimed the gun reference that accident, but in other instances, people haven't been as aggressive as to try and run the cars off the road. But they just call the police when they see them in their neighborhood because they just are bothered by this technology, circling their homes they might have privacy concerns because there's cameras on these things and these things park for a long time and get new instructions on where to go. So they're often parked in front of people's homes, and people just seemed very uncomfortable with this level of technology being tested on their streets. What's been the response from Waymo? I don't think Waymo is very excited about people throwing rocks at their vehicles or running them off the road. They really tried to keep this low key because they're launching a rideshare service, and it's not very good publicity. I mean who wants to hire one of these cars to drive them somewhere. If there's a threat that people are going to try and run you off the road. Do you think this does reflect a shift in how people think about self driving car? Cars or is this really about one community that's kind of fed up. I think there certainly is a contingent of folks who don't like the idea of robots sharing the roadways with them, and maybe taking jobs away from other drivers. I think some people just don't like the idea of what this kind of technology represents for the future. Arizona republic. Reporter Ryan Randazzo. Thank you for speaking with us. Thanks, a lot in Saudi Arabia fans of comedian has son Menage and his net. Flicks program Patriot Act are going to have to find another way to watch one particular episode. If you've been watching the news, then, you know, the Saudi Arabia has been engulfed in a massive diplomatic crisis. This is an episode in which Menashe takes on the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi and the Saudi regimes evolving explanations for how he died last week the Saudi said it was an accident. After a fistfight. And of course, that's a real shift in the narrative from them. This is the most unbelievable cover stories since Blake Shelton won sexiest man alive. Are you kidding me? The Saudi government was not amused and has demanded that net. Flicks. Pull the episode in that country a demand with which Netflix has complied here to talk this through is Michael Schneider. He is senior editor for variety. Hi there. Hello were you surprised at net? Flicks is decision to yank this episode. Honestly, not too surprised. I mean, we're seeing the story over and over again as these media companies continue to expand globally. They run into these problems all the time in regimes particularly censor about free speech and also entertainment. So I'm sure Netflix expected something like this to happen. And it will continue to happen. A Netflix spokesperson has put out a statement, which I will summarise they say, they do support artistic freedom. But if they had to remove this episode to comply with local law in Saudi Arabia. What do you make of that? Well, at the end of the day business comes first as much as all of these companies, enjoy free speech and support free speech should agree. These are companies that live and die, especially on international expansion. Netflix does very well in the US, but it's big growth is international. And they can't afford to upset these kind of regimes too much at Saudi Arabia, just like any territory is important to net. And at the end of the day they'll comply with censorship. Could they have fought this demand? I mean is there precedent for net or another company to to have done that for the most part these companies try not to fight these things they bend over backwards sometimes to comply to international regimes China, especially you've seen a number of companies over the years change content. MGM? Famously digitally altered a movie in two thousand twelve that showed Chinese soldiers as the villain said. They changed the movie so that it was North Korea. That was the villain and we've seen that over and over again both with content in China and overseas, Netflix has done this in the past in. Territories like Singapore, where they've changed a number of shows because of drug use for example. There are all sorts of different things that different. Territories are really concerned with and Netflix and other companies tend to comply, what are the consequences as you see them for Hassan Menashe either for his career or for the future of this of this program. Well, honestly Hassan actually wrote on Twitter that the best thing to stop people from watching something is to ban it make a trend online, and then leave it up on YouTube. So in some ways more people than ever are hearing about this episode which aired way back in October than they probably did at the time. So this is probably a good thing for Hassan. Manashe the old all publicity is good publicity school. And honestly, we're talking about this again today, and we're talking about Jamal kashogi again today. So so ultimately this is bringing awareness to both Assan Managua's comedy. And also humanitarian crisis around the world from a tech point of view or their work arounds to this could they really determined Saudi still find a way to watch this present what sounds like it is up on YouTube. So I think if people are. Determining and they hear about it. There's always there's always a way content is urine to be to be spread. And BBC. I suppose that speaks to the futility of trying to ban anything in two thousand nineteen when there always seems to be some kind of workaround. Absolutely. But people will still try Michael Schneider is senior editor for variety. Thanks for.

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"I love it because I get to determine my own schedule when I drive and now I can say the same about my money to. Side effect of the government shutdown trash build up at national park. You'll similarly national park remains open though. Campgrounds restrooms in visitor centers are closed timid afoul tide of trash and human waste that's up in the wake of the partial federal government shutdown. But that's also prompting some visitors at Yosemite lay JC rebus in Don for Gary to help out week and a lot of dry out of this place. You know, why not take care of it? Why not help out we want? Do our part. The partial federal government shutdown has left many national parks without most Rangers and others who staff the campgrounds and otherwise key parks running. Jeff monosso, Fox News that flakes. Shares a warning about the viral bird box challenge hit net flicks horror bird box. Starring Sandra Bullock shows characters covering their eyes to avoid a monster. Which if seen can force victims to hurt themselves. Inspired by the plot fans are blindfolding themselves attempting daily tasks sharing videos falling and crashing into things. Slow. Yeah. Flicks tweeting can't believe I have to say this. But please do not hurt yourselves with his bird box challenge. We don't know how this started. And we appreciate the love. But boy and girl have just one wish for twenty nine thousand nine hundred. And it is that you not end up in the hospital due to me Christine Goodwin. Fox News and athletes facing criticism after pulling an episode of Hassan Manashe, Patriot Act criticized the kingdom's crown prince over the killing of Saudi writer, Jamal kashogi. The episode was yanked last week after the kingdom's communications and information technology commission, inform net lakes, its content violated cybercrime laws human rights group. Amnesty International said the move by Saudi Arabia is further proof of a relentless crackdown on freedom of expression. Netflix says they only removed it after received a.

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Shutdown trash build up at national park Yosemite. National park remains open though, campgrounds restrooms in visitors centers closed a foul tide of trash and human waste that's piling up in the wake of the partial federal government shutdown. But that's also prompting some visitors at Yosemite late JC rebus Don cherry to help out. We get a lot of joy out of this place. You know, why not take care of it? Why not help out? We just part of the partial federal government shutdown has left many national parks without most Rangers and others who staff the campgrounds and otherwise key parks running. Jeff monosso, Fox News that flakes. Shares a warning about the viral bird box challenge hit net flicks horror bird box. Starring Sandra Bullock shows characters covering their eyes to avoid a monster. Which you've seen can force victims to hurt themselves. Inspired by the plot fans are blindfolding themselves attempting daily tasks sharing videos falling and crashing into things. Slow. Netflix tweeting can't believe I have to say this. But please do not hurt yourselves with this bird box challenge. We don't know how this started. And we appreciate the love. But boy and girl have just one wish for twenty one thousand nine hundred and it is that you not end up in the hospital due to memes. Christine goodwin. Fox News and athletes facing criticism after pulling an episode of Hassan Manashe Patriot Act that criticized the kingdom's crown prince over the killing of Saudi writer, Jamal kashogi. The episode was yanked last week after the kingdom's communications and information technology commission inform net flicks. Its content violated cybercrime laws human rights group. Amnesty International said the move by Saudi Arabia is further proof of a relentless crackdown on freedom of expression. Netflix says they only removed.

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

08:06 min | 2 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Tomorrow for the latest from KFC acu news. We can expect clear skies for tonight. Temperatures should range from about thirty six degrees. In Scotts valley to about forty three degrees in Monterey overnight tonight, mostly sunny skies are in the forecast for tomorrow with temperatures across the region, mainly in the upper fifties to low sixty s the time is three fifty. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Audie Cornish. They're getting their tire slash pelted. With rocks and run off the road. They are the fleet of self driving vans from the company Waymo. It's been testing out the vehicles in the suburbs of Phoenix since two thousand sixteen Ryan Randazzo reports for the Zona Republic. He joins us now from member station K J Z, welcome to the program. Thank you. So these cars are tested in the community of Chandler. And I understand that police have documented more than twenty incidents in the last two years. So what are the other kinds of attacks that are happening on the self driving bans while the worst would be when a man aimed a gun at one as it drove past his driveway, and he was actually arrested, and they reached a settlement in that case. But yeah, the slash tire was striking. The car was actually in traffic stopped and someone ran from a park and slashed its tire and then being run off the road. There was one Jeep that ran the self driving cars off the road at least six times. Teams, and we should note an employee rides in the back of the vehicle. So there's a human backup driver who's on board almost always to take control when needed and that happened in all these instances. So the Jeep would slam on the brakes or run headlong towards the Waymo and the safety driver would end have to take manual control, which actually creates a pretty dangerous situation because you're handing off control of the vehicle from the robot to the human and that handoff can be pretty dangerous person quoted in your story said that everyone hates the Waymo drivers. Because they think that they're dangerous is that something that is a kind of common sentiment. Well, I think it's important to note that in almost all of these instances, it wasn't a typical kind of road rage that has triggered by an event on the road where someone Waymo accidentally cut someone off or took too long to make a turn these events aren't triggered by mistakes on the roadway or the the way the cars are driving. This is more of a general angst that some people have towards the technology being tested in their community. When you say angst. You mean, the idea of just the Thomas vehicle is the concern about people being harmed. Obviously there was an incident where a self driving car killed a pedestrian some of these do predate that fatal accident that occurred here, but some of them have certainly occurred since then and that was another company it was a vehicle operated by Uber. That definitely changed the tone of the conversation around self driving cars in Arizona and nationally and some people including the man who aimed the gun reference that accident, but in other instances people haven't been as aggressive as to try and run the cars off the road. But they just call the police when they see them in their neighborhood because they just are bothered by this technology, circling their homes they might have privacy concerns because there's cameras on these things and these things park for a long time and get new instructions on where to go. So they're often parked in front of people's homes, and people just seemed very uncomfortable with this level of technology being tested on their streets. What's been the response? From waymo. I don't think Waymo is very excited about people throwing rocks at their vehicles or running him off the road. They really tried to keep this low key because they're launching a rideshare service, and it's not very good publicity. I mean who wants to hire one of these cars to drive them somewhere. If there's a threat that people are going to try and run you off the road. Do you think this does reflect a shift in how people think about self driving cars, or is this really about one community that's kind of fed up. I think certainly as a contingent of folks who don't like the idea of robots sharing the roadways with them, and maybe taking jobs away from other drivers. I think some people just don't like the idea of what this kind of technology represents for the future. Arizona republic. Reporter Ryan Randazzo. Thank you for speaking with us. Thanks a lot in Saudi Arabia fans of comedian Hasaan Menage and his net. Flicks program Patriot Act are gonna have to find another way to watch one particular episode now if you've been watching the news. And then you know, that Saudi Arabia has been engulfed in a massive diplomatic crisis. This is an episode in which Menashe takes on the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi and the Saudi regimes evolving explanations for how he died last week the Saudi said it was an accident after a fistfight. That's a real shift in the knowledge from them. This is the most unbelievable cover story since Blake Shelton wants sexiest man alive. Are you kidding me? Now, the Saudi government was not amused and has demanded that net. Flicks. Pull the episode in that country a demand with which net has complied here to talk this through is Michael Schneider. He is senior editor for variety. Hi, there pillow were you surprised at net? Flicks is decision to yank this episode. Honestly, not to surprise. I mean, we're seeing this story over and over again as these media companies continue to expand globally, they run into these problems all the time and and regimes that particularly censor both free speech, and and also entertainment. So I'm sure Netflix expected something like this to happen. It will continue to happen. A Netflix spokesperson has put out a statement, which I will summarise they say, they do support artistic freedom. But did they had to remove this episode to comply with local law in Saudi Arabia? What do you make of that? Well, at the end of the day business comes first as much as all of these companies, enjoy free speech and. Support free speech to degree. These are companies that live and die, especially on international expansion in Netflix does very well in the US, but it's big growth is international. And they can't afford to upset these kind of regimes too much Saudi Arabia, just like any territory is important to net flix and at the end of the day they'll comply with censorship. Could they have fought this demand? I mean is there precedent for Netflix or another big company to to have done that for the most part these companies try not to fight these things they bend over backwards sometimes to comply to international regimes China, especially you've seen a number of companies over the years change content MGM famously digitally altered a movie in two thousand twelve that showed Chinese soldiers as the villains. They changed the movie. So that it was North Korea that was the villain and we've seen that over and over again both with content in China and overseas Netflix has done this in the past in. Territories like Singapore where they've changed. Number of shows because of drug use, for example, you know, there are all sorts of different things at different. Territories are really concerned with and Netflix and other companies tend to comply, what are the consequences as you see them for Hassan Menashe either for his career or for the future of this of this program. Well, honestly Hassan actually wrote on Twitter that the best thing to stop people from watching something is to ban it make a trend online, and then leave it up on YouTube. So in some ways more people than ever are hearing about this episode which aired way back in October. Then they probably did at the time. So this is probably a good thing for Hassan. Manashe the old all publicity is good publicity school. And honestly, we're talking about this again today, and we're talking about Jamal kashogi again today. So this is bringing awareness to both on montages comedy. And also humanitarian crisis around the world from a tech point of view or their work arounds to this could they really determined Saudi still find a way to watch this episode. What sounds like it is up on YouTube? So I think if people are determined and they hear about it. There's always there's always a way content is urine to be to be spread and BB seen. I suppose that speaks to the futility of trying to ban anything in two thousand nineteen when there always seems to be some kind of workaround. Absolutely. But people will still try Michael Schneider is senior editor for variety..

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on WLAC

"And fifteen ten wwl AC. Patents to for Glenn on the Glenn Beck program. Triple eight seventy seven k talking about the political correctness. And how crazy it's gotten to the point where you can't do comedy anymore unless you're SNL and the comedy you do is bashing Trump, then then it's fine. You can do that. You can pretty much say whatever you want in that realm. Yes. And you can call for his death. You can you can do a skit where he's assassinated. You can do any of those things if it's against somebody on the right, otherwise forget it. I guess the the only things that are safe to make fun of now. Our white men old white men and old white men who are Christian. That's about it. Really, it's strange. It's strange. I mean, listen to this. They had a we went over Louis CK. He's he's under fire for being controversial. Then we have signed. They're going after Seinfeld though there. There's a list of things from Seinfeld episodes. It's things like. The Chinese woman the episode that Chinese woman if I like the race how can that be racist? Jerry asks after telling Elaine that he loves Chinese women. Hopefully, the issues that that exchange don't require further explanation for anyone in two thousand eighteen no actually they do. I don't really get it you you're saying you like it. But I thought it was if you don't like a specific race because of that race, then that's a problem. Remember when it's crazy. Will always to here is like you have to respect people sexual preference. So he has a sexual preference for Chinese women. Okay. Chinese women. Yeah. That's not. Okay. That preferences. We can't even talk about it. These are things that are basic and should not be controversial at the same time that we're getting rid of Seinfeld. We're getting rid of Louis C K. We have this net. Flicks has dropped an episode from show called Patriot Act starring Hassan. Mirage I know you're huge fan. Pat. But I know you've been to all those things that he does and a heated a an episode. I've got Hassan Manashe library at home.

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on Probably Science

"Well, welcome both. Thanks for joining us. I'm excited to be here. After the premiere of. Yes yesterday. Yeah yesterday. Yeah. Because getting feedback already want to be added the internet is. Burning with positive with positive responses. I was. Assuming that there'd be more negative day. To say the internet has some of that four Brown. Dudes doing a sketch you'd figure a little bit more. But overwhelmingly it's been it's been pretty pretty positive, and which happy to have it out three of the four members. Cast members are past guests, the show really human warr Hassan Manashe, and we haven't had the fourth who we have an air Saadallah is. No, we haven't had that was his son on the show. Oh, probably like four years ago. It was like an early one wasn't it. I'm ninety percent. He says could re daily show. Wow. Sorry. You said his name's Aristotle. Yeah. And he's the only one that hasn't done the science book. He doesn't want to live up to his name names genuine. I mean, just crazy in England. We've got things like, Sarah. And Kate that no our Stolz. This on. I've really thought we did. He did Bridgetown a couple times. I just assumed. No you've had him in spirit. Yeah. Yeah. We have. We have definitely had Fahim. Who's a very funny comic, very funny. So now we're up to fifty percent to go face. That's good. Is that how you get commissioned on comedy central on this? The cold tomorrow, you some more because to be honest. There was quite a big commission. Doing it. And getting the show. Two years. We'll see if you join this show as a host a.

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on Upgrade

"And has a weekly release schedule. Maybe instead of being a. Binge drop of a whole season. And they've tried a bunch of different things. They Michelle Wolff had a show. Jim Joel McHale had a show that I really liked actually the killed though shows they gave Hassan Manashe has a deal the former daily show correspondent for his show Patriot Act, which is very good. It is basically like John Olver show except not he's just stands in front of a screen, but it's a very similar kind of topical comedy slash information show, and they gave him like a thirty week deal and that show runs weekly now. So they're Netflix Netflix once, and I think believes that there's something to it to have these kind of shows that can extend that can be timely. I think they're looking at HBO and HBO having success with this and looking at yet comedy central and stuff like that. And saying can we do something as part of our portfolio that can fulfill this desire from people to have this kind of talk show. Or or otherwise kind of conversational in topical stuff. I'm not sure they've cracked it yet. But they're trying a bunch of different stuff and bringing Letterman back. I mean, this is not going to this is a monthly thing. Again. Like it was last year at six episodes, drew presumably dropped once a month. But. It's still really interesting to watch Netflix struggles with this because like Manashe I read an interview with him where he said, you know, their challenges they wanna be topical. But they also want to be two for it to be kind of evergreen. So that if you don't watch, and then you wanna watch five or six of them in a row that they're still they don't feel outdated. You know, that you can go back and watch six of them and not feel like why did I watch, you know, why would you watch a new show from three weeks ago? Right. They want them to replay it, and that's a challenge with Netflix. Where it's like people have experts net flicks that don't necessarily work with traditional views of providing topical content. So it's a fascinating thing to watch Netflix which has done so well in so many areas, and this is an area where they just haven't figured it out yet. Yeah, they they put clips of Patriot Act which is to show on YouTube, which I think is one of the things that I'm that. Netflix has been missing. Yeah. HBO does that with John Oliver? And yeah, they will do it. They will do it. Like, I was watching some. People sharing some live clips this morning. Sure. Sure. Totally right. Like strategy. It's a little different. If you're a premium streaming service or like HBO, right? I always thought it was like it. And I think that's why that they've kind of wanted to do it. Maybe netflix. Right. But like, this is how I think you get people to watch the shows is they need to see those little clips. I that's that's the late night talk show is now it's a bunch of attempts going viral. That's that's what they are. And finally wanna media have hired Kevin Reilly to run their streaming service. Riley has been chief creative officer at Turner and was previously the program of FOX and NBC. So you told me this is a big deal. Yeah. This is a big deal. And I know it's insider baseball in the sense that it is just a name of a guy who's a suit a corporate suit thing. But here's the thing. We Kevin Reilly. He's a highly respected. Programmer, he was the programmer at the FOX broadcast where he was this means someone who sets the television shedules he's sitting. Echoed in the back end. No, he's he's. Yeah. That's true. Sorry. This is the upstream segment. Upstream programmers are different from the rest of the programs. We talk about on issue. So are there software engineers, Mike doctoring is exploded somewhere, the FOX TV network and the NBC TV network..

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"That was a ballsy fucking choice for beginning show. Like, that's a it's a narrow case it's coming from os specific perspective. I mean, I completely could've imagined there'd be pressured to do something bigger. Like, Donald Trump is bad. Yeah. Inferior is a bigger audience. But you know, I feel like some doing like that is really saying like this is the Hassan. Manashe? Oh, it's not a comedy show that like a like a topical comedy show that happens to be on Netflix. Yeah. And like was a hard twist to make her. Did you always know you're going to make that choice? Yeah. I just knew that there's plenty of places to go to get the news or to get. Hey, here's a recap of what happened this week or this month or today? I just knew that, you know, for the longest time, especially, you know, being at the daily show year, the pip to their Jordan, you are you are a supporter of the greater vision of John or Trevor, you know, I had to ask myself if you're giving the runway room, what are you gonna talk about in? I felt this way growing up in America. Like, I've always felt like an insider outsider at the same time. And I really wanted to look at topics where hey, I have this feeling in me where I feel like I'm in the crosshairs of this thing. Affirmative action was one of those things in Saudi Arabia, and I wanted to open the show on that. In the Saudi Arabia episode. We had been writing pre kashogi, I just I've always felt our relationship with Saudi Arabia's really complicated. And it's it's always been really weird for me to on box, especially as an Indian American Muslim. Like, it's always been really crazy. And I wanted to pick topics like that to go. Hey, this is how I feel about this topic. But it doesn't even have to be linked to my density can be linked to my passion. Like, we did this whole episode on supreme. But that to me has been intrinsically tied into hype. Like, why do I care about Jordan's that no one else can have this idea that what is the value of hype in and of itself? And why am I why am I still a sucker to it? And that can be applied to Jordan's or sneakers or supreme it doesn't matter the scarcity principle idea, and how it's how I'm basically paying for self esteem fi, you know, that that stuff is really interesting to me. So I wanted to just explore that and continue to explore that I'm curious how you make sure if so much of the show is about storytelling so much about your own passions. Like how you keep your own. I line into that pure, right? Like how you keep absorbing enough information as you get busier, and you have more pressure on you. And you're worried about ratings like how you keeping able to take in enough and like..

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

06:07 min | 3 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"Dipper? Here's something in wonder to yourself. Hey was that racist the show? Yo is this racist tries to answer that question. It's by Andrew and Todd Newsome who you probably know from all your favorite here wolf shows and in each episode tawny and Andrew cover racism in recent news and pop culture with guests like Jimmy o Yang Nicole buyer. Lavar burn John lava and this week. They're releasing their one thousand episode to celebrate there's an extra long special episode with tons of guests. You don't wanna mess? So I walk into here wolf this past weekend. I see cupcakes everywhere. Boxes and boxes. Two boxes of cupcakes. And I say what is this? What happened? And tawny is there? And she says, oh, these are from Colin. It's for our one thousand episode. Now, they do five episodes a week is fine episode every day. It's fine. That's great. But that means that they are one thousand episodes is the equivalent of our two hundred episodes for Hollywood handbook. And we this is by the way. And we did. Two hundred episodes. Over a year ago. So it has been over a year. And this is what happened when I went into the studio when we did our two hundred episode. Walk in. And on the counter counter is barren. Except for one fortune cookie. That I pick it up. And I'm like, this is fine. Nice. I don't need a whole to do. Fortune cookie is fine. But I looked at the fortune cookie and a tiny little piece has been removed from the back. And the fortune itself has been extracted through the little hole in the fortune cookie. By what appeared to be a sticky tongue? So somebody are won't say who. Used his sticky tongue? To put it into the fortune cookie and the fortune stick to the tongue and he pulls it out. And then it's his fortune and colonist stealing people's fortunes. Wisdom in subscribed at you as this racist. Now wherever you get your podcast, not their fault. I love the love and both as great show. So. I'm is in there with like we're locked in overnight. But it's I'm with Hassan Manashe and Diane Keaton and were. We're sliding down the fire pole. We're getting on the truck, and we're beeping the hor- knocking or yes. Yes. We met. We are locked in the fire station overnight. And we're just playing were blasting each other with the extinguishers, then we're rolling around in the phone and all this stuff and. It starts to be almost sunrise. And we was Thors we're gonna come in and spoil our fun. Okay. So did not not I school certified event. No it was. A son. Yeah. Friends Oncle Dan had a buddy who used to work with one of the firemen. Okay. Sister's kid, okay? And then they had made this bet. Okay. And I guess sons friends Oncle stand. Yeah. Won the bet. We got to stay in the fire station overnight, and do whatever and not clean up. Okay. But now sun's coming up and now the firemen it's almost over. Yeah. And we don't want it to be over. And Diane is like not crying. But doing that thing where you can tell she's about to cry. Yeah. Because like her fun is getting taken away. And I finally just like go, you know, what guys? Let's barricade ourselves here. And I saw going. Well, there's no food in here. Also, there could be a fire. They would need the trucks in the equipment. Diane slaps him like size of hard like his head snaps around in that little spit line. Come out. And he was like, what would I say? Yeah. Yeah. He's just like wool audio. Yeah. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry it because he's not like a I mean, if you know his comedy, you know, how there's like patriot rapper Trade Act. There's battle rappers. And there's. Rappers. Yeah. There's also like Twitter, beef comics and like studio comics just craft their stuff. Yeah. Which is on a son is not like a beef comic. You know what? I mean. Yeah. He's like, you know in the studio in the lab with a pen and a pad. But so anyway, he doesn't want to he doesn't want to get into it with Diane. I mean, we'll she was arrested his neck special. Oh, Diane is pure beef. Yeah. She's looking to snap on you. She loves the roasts. I mean, if you big watched roast with Diane she actually is doing way nastier meaner shit, and I'm happy that she hasn't been on. Because honestly, I don't think America mullet..

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Review: Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj

Fresh Air

03:10 min | 3 years ago

Review: Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj

"Mission in Saudi Arabia. This is the official military document. You get it describes the Saudi people as indigenous tribes with some later mixture of negro blood from slaves imported from Africa. Oh, America, even boring technical manuals, you still somehow manage to be raised. This. This is still on the internet you guys, but a son, you know, it was probably written a while ago. Really? It was updated June twenty but has done these things are like an itunes user agreement. It's at the bottom. It's chapter one page five. Okay. But as negro still a bad word, dictionary dot com offensive after that program. Aired the American military subsequently apologized for that language and removed the entire sixty-nine page booklet from the internet Monagas parents are Muslim immigrants from India. Last year, he hosted the White House correspondents dinner the first one under the presidency of Donald Trump who breaking with tradition did not attend before hosting this new series Hassan. Manashe did a comedy special on Netflix called homecoming king? That's when Terry gross spoke with him about his family background growing up in California, the son of immigrants, she started with a clip in which he's telling the story of the anonymous threatening phone call his family received at home right after nine eleven just after the phone, call the windows on the family car were shattered Hassan went out into the street to see if he could find who did it. I look back in the middle of the street my dad's in the. The middle of the road sweeping glass out of the road. Like he works at like a hate crime barbershop. Like Muslim was anger. We gotta clean this zen Brown. Mr. Miaki, just like not saying a word I run up to my dad. Why aren't you saying something I've known ask you say something? He looks at me. And he goes I sent. Us at the whole thing. Wing it. These things happen in these things will continue to happen. That's the price we pay for being. And that's when I was like on, oh, we really are from two different generations like BMX bikes aside. My dad's from not generation like a lot of immigrants really feels like if you come to this country, you pay this thing like the American dream tax, right? Like, you're going to endorse them racism. And if it doesn't cost you your life. Well, hey, you lucked out pay it. There you go. San but

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

Is It Transphobic Podcast

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

"I just felt that the it, it was marketed to me if felt like it was marketed as a stand up special. Like anytime I sort of commercial was after the allies of stand up special. Anytime I got an advertisement it was after another comedy special like things you might like when I watched, you know, a comedy special with things you might like leaked away from me. So for me, it felt. It felt like a different genre. Well, I know even with a Hassan montage had a really good comedy special that sort of like it it. It touched on a lot of these areas as well, not specifically in the same way, and in my opinion, it didn't have quite as many and, and I'm using the term gut punches because that's just like how it felt like a very visceral. But like in the same way, Hassan Manashe had a bunch of these as well. And I think part of why this one and correct me if I'm wrong and if I'm assuming for you, but I think part of the reason why it may be didn't sit well as a comedy specifically is because the comedy is there, but then it completely transcends and it almost criticizes what comedy is. And I think if you're not expecting to go into a piece about something that is criticizing comedy, it can be tough. But at the same time, I almost feel like that's what makes it almost. It sucks to be kind of like, I don't wanna use the word tricked because that's not true either. But like that idea of like going in expecting one thing and part of that is the marketing because if like the other thing is like, I think it would be very tough to say like, here's an ad for thing. You're going to have a transcendental experience about comedies. It's just like, I don't wanna watch that. So I wonder if part of the problem is more just like the marketing that you you went into it with, unfortunately, I would've would've watched either. You know, obviously I wouldn't want to them on the show. Was the assignment. I think that like, yeah, I think I would have enjoyed it as a as a Ted talk. I would have enjoyed it. Is that I think, again, I think it goes down to the marketing. You know it comes into, I wouldn't watched it a tedtalk. Yeah. Oh, no, no, we we were just both saying the same thing. I, I wanna give you more voice. I absolutely want to watch it as a tedtalk because TED talks already say, things like this. Comedy doesn't say things like this until limit a Jonah to capitalism into its marketing is to limit stories and the stories that people can tell and their creative output. Everybody who's on this panel right now works in stories, Ashley, and I both working theater. I also right you work in film making. So we're all very familiar with John Roth, but to limit it to a certain world view that allows it to only be light..

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Doing the coffee guests? Like is it from how and then and opens up the whole world prepared now? It takes butter toffee. It's cool, right? It's insane. And that's what gets you into like sushi or or it just opens up at tastes better if you buy it like I can't. I doesn't matter how good, whatever machine. I don't have a good machine, so it's probably part of it. But like I have to buy coffee tastes better if I buy it. Make it? Yes. If it's on somebody else. Really. Okay. That's the next episode of Alex. I am obsessed especially the past year with stand up comedy. Okay. I you're going to do that. Aren't you like I know you do it like, are you going to buy Keno? Are you going to really do it? It's like a alter, ego, fantasy total. Just like being a rapper. I know. I know you well enough to know this. Do you think you're going to do it the alpha, I thought. So you gotta give it your you have enough of you? Never said that. I live by the way. I believe graduation. All my friends are vast, and I'm like, no, I know. And I knew that I could get you to say because I knew that you knew you can trick me. I really, really think you will. And here's why I know you just enough to know this. There's too much upside and not enough downside. That's why you're gonna do it. It's a hack and it's fun as shit, man, there's too much upside. It's wide to the sneaker deal. The reason is that the case was sneaker deal was it was too much upside with not enough downside. If. If it worked and it's kind of like doing its thing right now and I gotta keep building momentum. Then it's like, wow, you really, that's crazy that he pulled that off the economics, the God forbid, the whole genre goes, then I'll fucking Jordan's of the whole thing. Fuck you, Michael Jordan, right? That whole thing, if it didn't work, what funny fodder like nine years from now where like I'm being interviewed like, okay, look, you really successful. But before we start this fireside chat, can we go back to twenty seventeen, fuck rethinking about doing a sneaker too much upside with not enough downside. That's why I think you're going to do it if you're watching Seinfeld right now on comedians in cars, getting coffee, I think in fifty years, we'll look back and say he was a fucking philosopher, not a comedian. Oh, I understand. I fully think he's a craftsman. The listen. I'm a. I've a lot of respect for Seinfeld. I wouldn't call myself a huge Seinfeld fan. I will say this because I, I adore Hassan, Manashe. Yeah, I watched that episode because of Hassan Manashe and I was super disappointed in seinfeld's. Inability to. It's funny. I cut people off because we don't add it. They film all day. They edit really easy to make it seem like nobody's getting cut off. I thought that was a super awkward episode and made me think that I was surprised that he wasn't capable of Justin to the guest. Like I forgot the Kate McKinnon, which I also watched. It came natural. Thus it was great. The Hassan montage. It didn't come natural and I thought it was really bad thoughts. I think they your keynotes are stand up comedy. And I think I think with Seinfeld. Especially your QNA's, that's that's where you get the most end up. Yeah, when I see it come out in. Yeah, and I think with Seinfeld in the episode, it was surface and it could have gone deep. I've seen other stuff with the White House. Both both for both. I think it was styles make fights. Right. That's. I love you can me something. Do you know any people never ever react when I use that a nod. That's a Burs it's it's a all you have to be an old school, boxing guy like like the guys would cigar. Bert. Sugar was the iconic passed away several years ago, like a nineteen fifty seven's Irish bar, three cigars a fights on its two great fighters, and everyone's bored, and one guy's gonna. Look at the other guy, go styles make fights, and it's like my life philosophy when people walk in here and quick meaner media and tell me I'm a dick, I say, in my brain styles make fights. This kid's agree kid thinner media has got great intent styles, make fights..

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on The Watch

"So the put up basically like a fifteen to fifteen minute segments kind of or they're already doing that by releasing like they released the dust bit ahead of time this week and then last week they did the strong female leads sketch so it's like yeah you break at your sketchy break at your segment you break out your monologue and then if you really do want to keep this ever president people's minds now the netflix pivoting into like live release sort of you could just release at a steady clip throughout the week like there's no reason why you just need to dump it all and just walk on sunday so it's almost like you're making a show than for the varney perception of it right it's also like netflix tv on the internet it would make sense from them in my mind at least to conform to the internet's viewing habits so is the value proposition for net then the reason why it's there it's i say to myself i wanna see what like i don't know anybody michelle wolf let's say i wanna see what that white house correspondents lady thought of x this week and then i go and then i'm like well i'm on that flicks i guess i'll watch thirteen reasons why which you know would be quite a come down from michelle wolf that sort of like that's what they want right is either they want time spent on service or they want you're already there for thirteen reasons why because that's why people know about netflix our scripted series and people are currently leaving net flicks to get their unscripted stuff and netflix stated mission i briefly interviewed one of their ep this is what i wanted to talk to you about today and he explicitly told me we want to be everything to everybody and that means you know this isn't maybe naturally in our wheelhouse but it means we need to at least experiment and i i should also note that michelle will show is actually the first of two scripted shows they're launching both with dealer shou alumni which is her predecessor of the white house correspondent's dinner hassan manashe is also doing a show which at least i've heard anecdotally is basically like the way she's like i don't want.

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on Fresh Air

"He looks at me and he goes hasn't yet cheese at the whole thing or you cheese allowing it these things happen in these things will continue to happen that's the price we pay for being in that's when i was like a whole know we really are from two different generations like dms bikes aside on my dad's from that generation like a lotta emigrants where he feels like if you come to this country you pay this thing like the american dream tax right like you're going to endorse them racism and if it doesn't cost you were like well how you walked out pay there you go ankle sent but for me like ally was i was born here so i actually have the audacity of equality that's an excerpt of homecoming king hassan manashe welcome to fresh air a love this new show twigs for our military can you talk a little bit more about the difference in your point of view about what it means to be an immigrant and a muslim in america now and what the difference generation louis between your father as an immigrant and you as somebody who was born here you're the biggest difference between and i feel like a lot of third culture kids field us and identify as a third culture kid meaning that you know my families from illegal india ah the emigrated to america i was born here um i exist in this hyphen i'm an indian american muslim kid mi more indiana my more american what what part of my identity am i and one of the biggest things immigrant kids oftentimes fulas it's this big disparity between our parents and us our parents are staunch pragmatists and we actually i i consider myself to be an optimist in also.

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Today we continue with our holiday week series collecting some of our favorite interviews of the year in a while we'll hear from daily show correspondent hassan manashe but first we'll start with seth meyer's host of nbc's late night show and former cohost of weekend update on saturday night live terry interviewed him in front of a live audience in june 2017 this year fresh air celebrated its thirtieth anniversary is a daily show on npr and this live event was part of that celebration thank you so much thank you i think all of you for coming this evening you know it's sometimes hard to sleep at night and the political chaos isn't making it any easier the old joke about late night comedy shows is that they put you to sleep the way i see it late night comedy like seth meyer's show makes it safe to sleep by helping us laugh at the issues that otherwise would be keeping us awake was i a little annoyed when he started a cross over into my territory and do interviews nope i like his interviews i became his fan when he started coanchor anchoring weekend update on saturday night live back in two thousand six every tina fey started her series thirty rock and by leaving she did him a big favour because he took over both through jobs he became the head writer and co anchor with amy poehler of weekend update and of course he returned the favour by leader writing hilarious sketches routine affair when she was playing sarah palin during the two thousand eight presidential campaign so to get started let's watch seth meyer's opening monologue on late night from monday of this week after returning from a week off here we go president trump last week announced that he was pulling the country out of the paris climate agreement we're pulling out so now our climate policy is the same as mike pence's birth control policy.

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"hassan manashe" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"hassan manashe" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"Also today hosts our roker kathie lee and the notorious hoda will be in this movie short nato you can do better you deserve better you should be better so be better how this is like a bad episode of the love that it's just not good i share good like at what is your a green light this week and i agree by it as if you're looking for some way to like and just enjoy a couple of hours please let me recommend homecoming king on netflixing this is the stand up special by hassan manashe why i love it so much when it's just hilarious in maybe a little nsf j m because of the language however what i love about it is at manashe who is a correspondent on the daily show he didn't off prayer offbroadway show and it was adapted into a comedy special so what i love about it is involves visuals it is so well rehearsed and it's like he's acting in storytelling and it's great because it talks about him growing up as i kid who look different than everyone in his california high school in his struggle to fit in and the best part is the way that he just tells the story about the first white girl who fell for him and then abandoned ham and what that looked like it is just a great great storytelling that's like poignant and yet laugh out loud but he's definitely check it out migration is a television programme on ethics called the americans it just wrapped up a couple weeks ago its fifth season and the fifth season had some.

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