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"hatton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | Last month

"hatton" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Thousands. That report for the BBC's Celia Hatton. More of these stories of town Hall common Patrick Foss, W. C. D. M Baltimore. Well, it's like a cloudy, forecasting to Thursday. Little September front coming in from the Northwest does drop our numbers by Friday night. Some rain to deal with tonight There's some flood watches up to our Northeast seven night was 68 degrees. Cloudy Thursday. 78. Then in the low eighties on Friday, fifties, Friday night and mid and upper eighties this weekend. Don't think we'll see much in the way of thunderstorm coverage early next week. I'm Scott Lorrie Moore, the weather Channel on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm. The Wcbm Studios are sponsored by Safe Retirement Solutions. Call Rod Borowy for 10266 11 20 safe retirement solutions dot com Thursday on the Derrick Hunter Show, Joe Biden is set to address the nation on how he plans to combat Covid nineteen's resurgence. I thought he ran on having a plan to do just that. We'll talk about it from noon to Three on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm radio Insane. You see the.

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British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely

FT Politics

02:07 min | 2 months ago

British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely

"Delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy. Now if we look at what's happened over the past week that we know the us forces what going to withdraw themselves foam afghanistan by the end of august. And it's not a decision that the uk's being particularly happy with because we've heard from the defense secretary ben wallace who's made it quite clear that in fact. The uk export every other alternative. Do you think those ever realistically any alternative. Because in that house of commons debate. Lots of mp's of decried how we've abandoned afghanistan how we have no secured the gains that were made over the past twenty years but really. I'm not quite clear. What the alternative could have been. When i think you're bears are very important question. Because i think the really two issues running in parallel there was the more fundamental question. Should nato dictated. United states remained militarily in afghanistan indefinitely with the aspiration to ultimately defeat the

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UK Troops Forced to Leave Kabul Prematurely

FT Politics

01:11 min | 2 months ago

UK Troops Forced to Leave Kabul Prematurely

"I'm delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy.

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"hatton" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"hatton" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"In the case of science students they overlap entirely because their education is entirely overlaps with their labor for their faculty adviser. The universities argue that. If we introduce unions into the mex- we allow them to organize that kind of rough and tumble world of industrial organizing will solely the educational environment. I should say i'm a faculty member. I working university. They paint this place as somehow being different from other workplaces. But it's not. It's just a place where people go to work and where everyone who works should have access to the protections that we've attached to work and one of those key productions that we've instituted in law is that workers have a right to bond together if they want to and to work together collectively to bargain with her employer over the basic conditions after labor. Was the thing that surprised you most. You really didn't think you were going to learn doing this research one of the things. That was quite surprising. Is just how parallel the to student groups are with the workfare incarcerated workers. I mean they are so different in so many ways and the power their bosses wheeled of them have kind of dramatically different effects on their lives life or death behind bars or but for assets could be long-term injuries right very difference and yet despite those night and day differences the parallels in power dynamics at their bosses wheeled were remarkably similar. So it's kind of like when we talk about how out regular jobs bosses have a lot of power workers in terms of their wages or whether they can put you on the night shift or the day shift or transfer you to a random city where you have to uproot your family right boxes. We had a lot of power. All bosses wield that power but it looks very different for day laborers managers right and so we see those differences in the status coercion. That i'm talking about as well. But across these four categories. There was so much parallel in their lives. They really labored under the threat of punishment so thoroughly even when they had good bosses they knew of their bosses could do and says inasmuch as possible. They stayed in line and that was really surprising. I have just one more question looking into the future. What makes you hopeful. I think worker organizing always makes me hopeful without fail. One of the small silver linings. We've seen from this crisis that we've been for. Most of twenty twenty has been some of the new worker organizing that has erupted from the crisis particularly among student athletes athletes who were pushed to come to summer training and or to start their fall football season in the midst of a pandemic and some of them more than you would expect given just how much power their coaches wheeled over them. They started to step and push back and express their voices together. I find very real uplift in those voices terrific. Thank you very much. Thank you for being on future hindsight. Thank you for your scholarship. Thank you thanks so much for having me. Hatton book certainly opened my eyes to the number of workplaces that take advantage of their workers in ways that are way more egregious than run of the mill abuses. Although it feels like a long way toward reading the kind of course labor we just heard about the path for obvious. We need a welfare system. That is supportive. Rather than punitive protections prison laborers unionization for graduate students and fair pay for college athletes. But perhaps most importantly we need to reframe the way we think about labor and change our discourse about who is a worker with full rights and fair wages. Of course all of us are no matter if we happen to be a student athlete.

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"hatton" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"hatton" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"They felt so frustrated they wanted to be productive. They understand the meaning of productive citizenship. How important work is to our culture and they wanted it so deeply and so absolutely rather than putting people to work in meaningless jobs and treating them as meaningless jobs either reshape that labor into a meaningful job with rights and wages and benefits or put them to work in another meaningful job right. But don't treat the jobs cells as crap that these people we don't care about do because they need to be disciplined and taught to work. Don't pretend that is actually teaching them to work. Don't pretend that as teaching them skills because it's not they knew it everyone in the system knows it and it's a profoundly frustrating system and it's a profoundly punitive system. They feel punished by this. And that's in fact the systems goal and so we really need to reorient that perhaps takes full reconstruction of the system. I don't know but we need to shift it from one of being punishing so one of helping lift up and we're going send her it on work than centered on meaningful work meaningful skills through skills training helping people find jobs maybe state or federal government sponsored work as we saw in the depression. Whatever it is if we believe in the importance of work than less make important work. I totally agree. It seems like such in fact a wasted opportunity for our society and the system that we continue to perpetuate this practice. And we don't even know that we're doing it. I mean i think when i read this i was so surprised. I had not understood that this is happening all the time. So one of the things that you also say is that status coercion helps create vulnerable workers. On whom neil liberal precarity relies. Can you explain what that means. Yeah so when we talk about precarious work..

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"hatton" Discussed on Future Hindsight

Future Hindsight

05:57 min | 4 months ago

"hatton" Discussed on Future Hindsight

"Some of our friends. It's called sandstorm hosted by item phut and alicia garza. I and alicia leading organizers in america and the show is all about how women help each other estate joyful and powerful amidst the chaos of life today and you may remember that we had on the show to talk about the caring infrastructure in our very first season ever back in two thousand eighteen. Their new season is all about what. Now how do we win the future. And how do we keep learning. Each week. They talk to their friends and heroes about they. Inspirations finding their center and what each one of us can do to make the changes we want to see in the world. Subscribe to san storm. Wherever you're listening to this show like all of our bosses have a lot of power over our lives and so with the study. I'm really just kind of shining light on another corner of that power in these other jobs where they aren't considered workers. There's something else there an athlete there. A prisoner in good standing there are welfare recipients and their bosses have power over whether they can really stay in that status and it turns out to be quite a lot of power indeed. Welcome to future hindsight a civic engagement. Podcast i'm your host meal atmos in this episode. I speak with aaron hatton a sociologist. Who studies work. She found a surprising connection between college. Prison laborers graduate students and welfare recipients. Who participate in work programs. Their bosses wheeled an incredible amount of power over them. Not just to hire or fire but to actually impact the course of their lives. She writes about it in her book. Coerced work under the threat of punishment stories. From some of the hundred and twenty workers. She interviewed reveal how a growing swath of workers in this country truly are coerced by system. That doesn't recognize them as real employees. We start our conversation with a description of the types of workers she wrote about. I look at four really really different groups of workers. And i just want to emphasize that right out front that i'm not saying that. These groups workers are the same in basically. Anyway they're super different. So i look at prisoners people who work behind bars because important in fact most prisoners are required to do some kind of job while living behind bars. I also look at workfare workers. These are people who receive some form of welfare. Maybe it's food stamps. Maybe it's housing vouchers or utility vouchers. But in order to get that welfare benefit they have to work usually for twenty five or thirty five hours a week and then the other two groups are really different. One is student athletes. I specifically looked at division when football and basketball players and while these are not workers under the law either like those other groups one could definitely argue that they to perform labor for the university is right they go out. They show up day in day out working on the courts in the fields and then finally the graduate students specifically in the sciences. So these are students do research in their advisers labs again performing labor hatton says that the thing they have in common is their status as workers without rights none of these groups not the grad students or college athletes not the prison laborers welfare workers..

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How Did WarnerMedia Get Its Start?

TechStuff

02:09 min | 5 months ago

How Did WarnerMedia Get Its Start?

"Today i thought we'd start down the road to talk about the various companies that make up warnermedia kind of unravel it all and this is going to be a heck of a story because it includes several influential media companies that had their own distinct histories before coalescing into warnermedia includes companies that are not media companies at all like funeral homes for real now when i say complicated. I'm not kidding. Our story includes a window washing company. A parking company an online service provider company Few magazine publishers. And more there are mergers and acquisitions are spin offs. There's family betrayal and lots of other stuff. So where the heck do i get started. Why suppose. I should talk about the core components and then work to the point where they all come together and i could start pretty much anywhere because there so many different pieces to the story. But i'm going to begin with time because it's on my side. Yes it is henry. Loose and briton hadden. Had a lot in common. They both attended yale. University they both worked as reporters for the baltimore news and both of them were in their early twenties back in nineteen twenty two and they also wanted to try something. That was a new idea. Newspapers were thing obviously but loosen. Hatton had the idea for a news magazine. They decided to try and create one because no one had really done it before. And they raised more than eighty thousand dollars which was a princely sum in nineteen twenty two and they quit their jobs to found a company called time inc and a magazine called time it would publish weekly starting in march of nineteen twenty-three loose served as the business manager for the young publishing company and hadn't was editor in chief and together. They found success with this weekly magazine. Format

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Jack Ma's Ant Group to Restructure After Crackdown by China

WBUR Programming

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Jack Ma's Ant Group to Restructure After Crackdown by China

"Of the country's tech giant and group will be restructured to become a financial holding company. Follows last year's sudden cancelation of its plans flotation on the stock market, Celia Hatton reports Last year Beijing dramatically halted and stock market listing, which was set to break global records. The government cited regulatory concerns about the firm. Although insiders also believe China's leaders felt threatened by ants out spoken founder Jack Ma. And now and is being overhauled and currently operates like a massive online payment and lending platform. But the authorities air compelling it to hold reserves, making it more like a traditional bank. Shares and Mr

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Harvey Weinstein appeals conviction, blames 'cavalier' judge

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Harvey Weinstein appeals conviction, blames 'cavalier' judge

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Harvey Weinstein is appealing his rape conviction in New York lawyers for Harvey Weinstein have filed court papers asking for a new trial for the disgraced movie mogul who was convicted of rape and the criminal sex act in February twenty twenty Weinstein's lawyers argue and Hatton judge James Burke made improper rulings and was cavalier in protecting Weinstein's right to a fair trial one hundred sixty six page brief was filed in a New York state appellate court Burke sentenced Weinstein to twenty three years in state prison Weinstein is also charged in California with assaulting five women from two thousand four to twenty thirteen his extradition has been delayed due to the pandemic hi Mike Rossio

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The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia

Black Agenda Radio

05:02 min | 8 months ago

The Launch Of The Jamal Journal IN Philadelphia

"Knew. Newspaper has hit the streets in philadelphia dedicated to the liberation of the nation's best known political prisoner. Mia abu jamal pam. Africa is coordinator of international concern. Family and friends of mumia abu-jamal. She wants folks to sign a petition in the newspaper. Demanding that philadelphia district attorney stop standing in the way of abu jamal's freedom. We do have the first edition of jamal journal in the nineties. Me and mia did. His newspaper to jamal. Journal was four of information is very first newspaper. That we're putting out is geared to what is happening to me. Now all the evidence and i just got a call from romania and his wife one thing will be a does do. He never complains about his sickness. Always usually find that out for someone else but he called me to let me know that. He believes that he had cold and he had went to the doctors up there and they were telling him no he. Don't they know he said his breed is bad and he said it feels like elephant is something sitting on his lungs. So you know. I'm asking people really to step up the work. Mia the district attorney here in philadelphia. They deblum is guilty. There's absolutely no evidence to show any judicial or prosecutorial misconduct case which is a blatant lie. Attorney in philadelphia. Mike record has went on record and stated very clearly that you know in his investigations moon is not only innocent. He's factually innocent. But what we have to use a conspiracy to commit cold blooded premeditated murder and they want us to sit down. Shut up and act like these fax is in hatton so he ate cranston who said there is no evidence of movie not having a fair trial in our journal. You see that. The key witness mr shelbert and who was a cab driver who said that he was missing. He what happened he said did move me. Shocked peace officer faulkner. He said several times in he kept missing missing. Shoot me at first but photographer by the name of polar cough was orange seen that night before. A lot of the peace officers got there and he took pictures men washington and another journalist. Linda got the picture some cough and the picture show clear was not in the ground at all showing the lie that the da is repeated. Today it's nothing but a lot the. Da have evidence that they beat lumia in our lady who was looking out her window. She says she saw when he ran his head into a poll. Busting it wide open. He was don't he was kicked with those steel toed routes kicked on his side and he was also shot so when they brought him into the hospital of course he couldn't stand up and he couldn't walk and they didn't just layton on the emergency room floor. They dropped him down on the floor where people come. In on those treads and to dr. See the moon. You could not speak above a whisper. He had to get right down to them to hear what it was he was saying. The police say their move was shouting and screaming. Yes i shot the mother. And i hope he does the best one. They claim that they have all the evidence be turned in some evidence a couple of years ago. They found six boxes. There had evidence that hasn't been seen so now near saying they have all the evidence. But i remembered on the night of december ninth which was in the winter moon into his wife. Had these one piece no sense. And that's what he was wearing that night so they say their balloon was shot at faulkner several times before the fatal blow and then they say that they forgot to take the tests showing that he had actually shot a gun. But when you shoot a gun is not only on your hands. But it's on your cloudy mummies clothing has disappeared. Some talk about you. Guess you prosecutorial and police misconduct. I'm talking about police. Abuse of a witness of person that they had knocked up right now moving and needs our help to rise up and jamal journal is online brek agenda. Look at that. Information is very pertinent. They dammed the kill mea three times during the time he had potato see and it was treating him for something else and dawn the died but was the power the people who brought them back we need sane power right now to put pressure on the department of corrections and also on. Da crash now who lied and said there was no evidence

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Myanmar Security Forces Open Fire on Protesters, Killing 2; Facebook Removes Military Page

BBC World Service

01:04 min | 8 months ago

Myanmar Security Forces Open Fire on Protesters, Killing 2; Facebook Removes Military Page

"Shea. Thousands of people have again taken to the streets in Myanmar cities to protest against this month's coup despite the deaths of two demonstrators after the security forces opened fire in Mandalay on Saturday. United Nations, the United States, Britain and France have strongly condemned the use of force His Celia Hatton in bright red paint protesters and Mandalay have written We don't accept military coup the letters so large they stretch across a major street on social media. Some say the protests in Myanmar second city are larger than on Saturday when two demonstrators were killed to show the authorities The crowds won't be intimidated by violence. Across me and Mara. Thousands have been marching peacefully to demand a return to democracy. Facebook has deleted the main page of the Myanmar military. The company said it had removed the page in accordance with its policy on prohibiting the incitement of violence. The Burmese armed forces have used Facebook to advance claims in support of their overthrow of the civilian government.

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"hatton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:12 min | 8 months ago

"hatton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Hatton, which is currently open for outdoor dining as well as take out But on Valentine's Day. We'll know before Valentine's Day on Friday, they'll be open now. Thank you Control Elmo and then their location up in Westchester County. Right there in White Plains. Right off the Screen Brook Parkway exit the Greenberg exit. That's the one I normally go to. Open for indoor outdoor Take out. You can get even their steaks delivered to your home. Just check out their menu. Benjamin steakhouse dot com So the story I know everybody's saying I'm picking on her now. Congresswoman Alexandria because of Cortez Alexander Cassio small leg. She's my guess. My fellow Westchester. Person. But even though she says she's from the Bronx, I'm really from the blue. It's just she was born and raised while she was born in the Bronx, And then she moved when she was two years old up to Yorktown and her dad was an architect. Yeah, you tell him she was Sandy Sandy Cortez. Daddy was an architect and she lives in Nice Little Private House in New York Times said that went to Boston University, You know all the nice Privileged kids that bu Fry. That's why she talks like this, because that's how the truck there they don't talk like me. Any way you could tell where I'm from. When I went down to South Carolina there like you're not from around these parts, Aria said. No, I'm not. So you see, if you recall she basically accused that basically she accused Senator Ted Cruz of murdering her. She wanted to have her murdering her. You have right wanting to have her murdered. Hey, had tweeted out. This was back on January 28th. He had tweeted out fully agree regarding an investigation into the whole game. Stop thing, which I still don't really understand by the way, but you know, he the people were touting the fact that the left and the right degree of sticking up for the little guy against the hedge funds. And yet he tweeted. I fully agree with AOC on this. And then the media pointed that out and oh, my God, she couldn't have that. You could have Ted Cruz agreeing with her. Oh, no, she can't work clearly in a bipartisan manner, So she tweeted directly at Senator Cruz. When he put out fully agree, she wrote, I am happy to work with the Republicans on this issue where there's common ground, but you almost had me murdered three weeks ago. So you can sit this one out happy to work with almost any other GOP that aren't trying to get me killed. In the meantime, if you want to help you can resign. Do me a favor. Provide some context here because I've read this and you do a great job of exploiting a O. C. But when she says you nearly had me murdered three weeks ago. What exactly did Ted Cruz do that she thinks he almost had her killed because of the he made allegations of voter fraud. And that started the whole capital riot. The answer is nothing. That's what I'm saying. Nothing right, James. I'm giving her the benefit. This is what she is saying. I'm trying to get both sides. I don't agree with her. I think he did absolutely nothing. But in her mind, she has been explaining this that because he made allegations of voter fraud along with Josh Holly that as a result that caused the capital right, And she said during the capital riot they were They almost killed me. Even though she was in a different state. She was in like Florida something she was. Yes, he was in your town hunt in the bathroom, doing the number two building hundreds of yards away. Let me point out that Ted Cruz did exactly what Senator Barbara Boxer did in 2005. The exact same thing objected to certification off of votes in his particular state. Same exact thing. So did who was Barbara boxer trying to have murdered at that point? I mean, I saw this idea special a couple days ago with this that I knew these people, actually this Ipolito lady young girl who was like a trainer in Florida, and they said she was hot. She watched, but he thought she was and she actually hired a cop. I guess that undercover cop to murder her husband. There was a cash transaction. Somebody showed up. When she got home that night. The police tape was around the house. They would let it go inside. And they told her her husband was dead. That's how they played her and she started to cry. Oh, no, no meat on the husband was alive. They find out before it happened That that right there is in is somebody who should complain about about trying to get me murdered right? Those oxygen And then they show the wife the picture of the husband dead, You know, with like makeup, and then they're like, right, right. Well, she planned it. I love that great stuff, Right? Okay. Well, you see was called to task about this. She was doing a press event with Senator Schumer and actually, they were doing something good. They're saying that they're going to allocate some of that trillion $2 trillion or whatever of the covert relief money for covert patients that side here in New York for funeral arrangements. You can file for reimbursement, so that's actually a good cause. So if you're low income New Yorker and you died of Kobe, your loved ones can get reimbursed for the funeral. Absolutely, 10 $40,000 a good cause, but she was You know, she was questioned by a reporter, and here's how it went in and tried to. You tried to have you murdered a capital capital. Right? So that's not the floor and and I will not apologize for what I said. I think marriage is on the story..

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The future of the gig economy

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:24 min | 9 months ago

The future of the gig economy

"Yes we know that president biden new. Well what he was in for but it has still got to be tough when first thing on your first full day. The labor market pokes you right in the eye. It's thursday so today was weekly. Unemployment claims day. Nine hundred thousand people asked for state unemployment assistance for the first time. That is down just a little bit from a week ago. So good but still monumentally high and then claims for the newly reinstated federal program for gig workers shot up more than forty eight percent. Nearly four hundred twenty four thousand people lost jobs in the gig economy. The jobs a lot of people turn to when they run out of options. Marketplace's eric embarrass gets is going with that. When last year shutdown started joy tout hurry. An uber driver in new york city was in a bind. There wasn't work. I was struggling to pay my rent as a gig worker shout. Hurry didn't qualify for typical unemployment benefits matt until congress passed. Its first relief package. This latest spike in pandemic unemployment claims is likely linked to the lapse in the program before the last aid package was approved new shutdowns and to the after holidays. Slowdown according to dmitri costas an economist at the university of chicago about a third of the labor force the some work in the gig economy and if more people are relying when gig work. A lot of the risk is on the workers themselves. That's because according to aaron hatton a sociologist at the university of buffalo. We've attached a whole bunch of rights and privileges and opportunities to employment retirement plants. Parental leave health. Insurance unemployment are tied to traditional fulltime jobs. And heidi sure holt. A labor economist at the economic policy institute says that was problematic before but with the pandemic. It's really shown us that the there are gaps in a regular unemployment system that you can drive a truck through. We do have the ability to close them. The existence of this program shows us that we can do it. Josh godfrey in houston. Texas knows this well. His door dash earnings dropped from six hundred to one fifty a week without the temporary gig unemployment benefits. He doesn't know what he would have done. This kind of pushed me to kind of reevaluate. What i'm doing in life. So he's going back to school to get a job that if he does lose. Get unemployment

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Governor blocks release of Charles Manson follower again

Glenn Beck

02:40 min | 11 months ago

Governor blocks release of Charles Manson follower again

"Time the governor's blogged Charles Manson, follower Leslie Van Hatton's released from prison Governor Gavin Newsom Friday block parole for Van Hatton after reversing her release once previously, her attorney says they will appeal the decision. Manhattan, is serving a life sentence for helping Manson and others kill a Los Angeles grocer and his wife in August of 1969, the California Parole Board recommended parole for Manhattan back in January. Well

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"hatton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"hatton" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Colorado governor Jared Pulis announced Saturday he and his partner, Marlyn Reese, tested positive for Corona virus. The governor and the first gentleman are in isolation at their home. Both are asymptomatic and are feeling well, but we know the coolest was at the governor's mansion for a joint press conference. That was on Tuesday. And as far as we know, that was his last public appearance, along with state epidemiologist Rachel Herlihy. Wallace's office confirmed he was going into quarantine after being exposed to a person who tested positive for the virus. But Polish tested negative that day. We still don't know who That person was or any other staffers were exposed as well. He DVR Fox Denver's Rachel Sky to governor. Polls will continue working remotely some encouraging news on the potential distribution of a Corona virus vaccine. It could be ready for frontline health care workers in a couple of weeks. It's hard shipping. Those vaccines are concerned. United Airlines is playing a major part in the shipping. They're going to be chartering flights from Brussels, Belgium, all away to Chicago. And what makes it even more interesting. They're going Be carrying five times the amount of dry ice normally permitted on board to keep the vaccine at the necessary cold temperature for effectiveness as Fox's David spunk reporting Pennsylvania's high court rejects the Republican lawsuit challenging the November election there. In the unanimous decision Saturday night, Thies State Supreme Court threw out a lower court order preventing the state from certifying dozens of contests, including Joe Biden's The state justices say the underlying lawsuit was filed months too late. Strike for for Charles Manson follower Leslie found Hatton, California Governor Gavin Newsom has reversed parole for Van Hatton, marking the fourth time of governor has blocked her release. Newsome says she poses an unreasonable danger to society. If released from prison. America is listening to Fox News. Now what's trending on? W B, a, P and w calm. I'm Ken Jeffries from the Rex L'd USA W B A P. 24 7.

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Visiting Frankfurt

Travel with Rick Steves

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Visiting Frankfurt

"Let's start the our in one of germany's power cities frankfurt in an interview recorded just before the global pandemic lockdown typically berlin. Munich can steal the show at the german city of frankfurt shines on its own as a modern city that also offers a great look. Today's germany devastated in world war two bombings and rebuilt with a new design. Today it's a gleaming city of towering skyscrapers and powerful straddling the mine river and the mine river is find riverside park lined with museums and taverns that are popular for their apple. Wine to learn more. We're joined in our studio by two german guys. Caroliina marburg and barbara ship kofsky barbara and carolina. Thanks for joining us. Thank you having us. Currently know when people think frankfurt in germany. What do they think. What's the reputation of frankfurt. The reputation is of. I think in english it's referred to as banquet but we more often call it mine. Hatton mind being the river that runs through it and mine. Hatton the reference to manhattan so skyscrapers banks and all that which however implies a certain lack of soul and therefore a lot of germans like well frankford so it's it seems to be just bank money trade however if you actually get to know it. Compared to at first sight frankford is a love at second side because it is it has a lot of local. Beauty has a lot of local charm. But it's something you need to discover. Yeah and it does have a shiny skyline. It's a city of skyscrapers. I think mine. Hutton is a good name because in germany. There's nothing so close to new york as frankfurt and it's a beautiful sky and they take care of how it is assembled so even though it keeps growing it's nicely assembled. There's a pedestrian bridge across the mine. River the irony. The irony is energy and when you stand in the iron bridge. You've got these beautiful parks on both sides of the mine river and then you've got this skyline and it just feels like a kind of a german new york. It's actually the recommendation for some a night is to go to the other side of the mine river and sit down on the green get. Maybe a fish sooner and napa valley and then marvel at. That's gallon i you know. Most americans they go to to old stuff. I love to see modern skylines also. I like modern architecture. London is great for that and in germany. You wouldn't find that in munich that's for sure to find it in frankfurt and the the big skyscraper that's open for the tourist as i understand is the tower named after the river and it's fifty four floors tall six hundred and fifty feet up there and the terrace on top is just an amazing view at the city. Now barbara one. We're thinking about frankfurt. It also has obviously a lot of history. And i know there was a big struggle in the nineteenth century when germany was being united. There's a small states that spoke german and there was prussia and there was and those were of the leading contenders to be the force behind which germany was united but apart from prussia and bavaria. You had a bunch of little states than looked to frankfurt talk about frankfurt in eighteen. Forty eight and how that was part of this german unification while you have in frankfurt. The famous poet skier it used to be an actual protestant church and if somebody gets the german medal of honor. I'm gonna macos going to give that to that person. In that church it goes back to that assembly in eighteen forty eight. The first national assembly democrats were getting together and saying this is what we want. We don't want the monarchy. Let's be democratic country so it was sort of the home of the german Feeling for democracy rather than autocracy. Yeah you mentioned pulse church. i think. The englishman repulsed. And that's a museum for that today. Essentially can go and see paintings and etchings that period. Our german tour guides to frankfurt on travel. With rick steves barbara schakowsky and carolina marburger.

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"hatton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"hatton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Gotten four messages of people smarter than us that we're all trying to scream it me Mountainside Fitness and Tom Hatton Kevin Bacon long before we thought of it, So thank you to my friends were playing along, but we thought of it, and that's what's important. Well, not always. I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer, my friends air proving that more and more even on my social media. So the D backs Traded. Who didn't they trade yesterday? Didn't they trade everybody, like half the team? They did. Now You're a big baseball fan. Huge. What message is this? So we've given up completely on this season. We've given up completely for the foreseeable future. What does it mean? Goldie was the last name that was so well connected with the fan base. I think Goldschmidt when he was here was the Diamondbacks version of Larry Fitzgerald in the sense that he was great in the community. It wasn't just his on field performance, which was off the charts. His off the field performances were Justus big in the community. Would you say that? Yeah, that's player that ever had two traded, gone and not thie. He wasn't He didn't have the longevity of the Larry Fitzgerald. But they had similar paths and leadership. I would say quiet leadership and off the field. They were just a stellar They were on the field. Yes, agreed. So Goldschmidt gets traded. Which in the grand scheme of things made a little bit of sense because of the money he would've demanded and everything else, but it was still a hard pill to swallow for D'backs fans. So then. Along comes Archie Manning, Archie Manning. Why didn't she? Manning was a long time? Yeah, that's Archie Bradley. Archie Manning. I'm pulling that way out of my head, right? Not even the right sport. Archie Bradley comes along who is connected with the fans here in Arizona? He's the heart and soul of this team. He is well, not any more. No. Now he's art in Solo Cincinnati, Maybe. And no offence, everyone But if you were on and if you were in your job And you work for a major corporation and your boss came to you and said, Hey, listen, I know you love Arizona, and this is such a great place to live. But we're we're we got to send you were transferring you where Cincinnati. Not No. Not where I want to go nowhere. Anyone wants to go. You and I are both from Ohio. I don't want to go back and I was born in Cleveland. I think you were born at the same hospital two years apart like 80 years or so. Yeah, I was That wasn't even named the same hospital when I was born there that long. True. It was a Cleveland clinic when you were there, right? I think so. Yeah. It was called ST Alexis Hospital when I was there. Anyway. So what do they do in? You're the baseball guy. Listen, they had to ship out a bunch of dudes. They traded four guys, By the way, I found this kind of interesting. They treated a guy named Robby Ray to the Blue Jays. Right, Ray is Ajay. They traded Starling Marte. To the Marlins. Starlin is a marlin. They traded Archie Bradley. Cincinnati was a bit of a stretch. It is a little bit of a stretch was close. And then they traded a guy named Andrew Chaff into the cubs that when I can't run, okay. So you're saying that there was it was illiterate it It was an alliteration for awhile or just a rhyme. They had a good thing going. They messed it up. So what do they do now? Lou's probably well they were losing anyway. Yes, that's true, but my guest might. My question to you is, I know a little bit more about football in their plans..

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Australian TV presenter detained in China

Not Too Shabby

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Australian TV presenter detained in China

"Australia says one of its citizens who is also a prominent news presenter on Chinese state television, has been detained without charge in China. Fang Lei has worked for CG TN, the English language channel of Chinese state television for almost eight years, more details from Celia Hatton Jonglei really became the face of much of the business coverage that appeared on English language Chinese state television. But also, increasingly she was being used to present very politically sensitive coverage as well. So she was quite important. Then she suddenly disappeared around the 12th of August, and it's now known that she has disappeared into detention. We know that she's had one video call with the Australian authorities. But really, we don't know why she's under investigation. We don't know where she is, and importantly, we don't know how she is right now.

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"hatton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"hatton" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Best of room had the best of broom head 18 3 been following the story since it happened. The very first shutdown happened Kind of reconnected with Tom Hatton, the owner of the CEO of Mountainside, Fitness and their fight about the shutdown, believing that the fitness industry was wrongly accused. Of being part of the problem. The second shutdown was kind of a known ceremonious, no explanation shutdown in which they won a very important decision allowing fitness centers to have a pathway opening had it not been for the lawsuit that was successful for mountainside fitness. None of the gym's would be open right now because they were not going to give a pathway to open until after certain benchmarks were met. So that was what happened in a victory for the fitness industry further down the road, losing a court case about lowering the protocol. Tom Hatton joins us Just read your press release on the air A Tom about saying that you are opening for 30 AM Now are you opening on for 30 Thursday in anticipation that the protocols and benchmarks will be met? Or you opening no matter what, on Thursday. Um, no matter what I think, you know, we expected Eliza benchmarks we met. I mean, that's the trend of the state that we see no difference in that trend, Not continuing. Uh, and also there's so much tied to those benchmarks, right? We all know that the schools or titles Benchmark. Certainly other businesses are tied to a CZ. Well, you know, we feel confident that they're going to move in the direction that they've been moving. But the reason we're opening is also about the you know, Press release what we stated about the whole process in the press release you have hired a third party that you believe is more of an expert in exactly what this is opening a business safely during a pandemic like this. Why this company? What are their credentials? And what? What levels of protocol? What safety measures did they have you put in place? Well, they they went to a new, You know, a new level and their their expertise. You know, they've certified schools. They certified cities, another businesses, all throughout Arizona in different parts of the country, And that's what they do. They have, you know, independent doctors at look at everything in the protocols that that particular business might have in place. An adjustment to what a deal of safe which are primarily what we've seen with the CDC guidelines are actually just cranked up a little bit. For example, we won't have our drinking fountains. Available and there's a lot of little things we are required Math drop facility like that, so they're pretty much in line. But they are a third party objectives. You know, company that takes a look at everybody. As faras capacity goes, what is their standard for capacity at this level in covert 19 ways through their verification? We've been approved at 20% capacity, and I think that was probably one of the big things with us was, you know not only the past. Because obviously, we all know you can't run a business on 10% capacity. You can't run a business with half the business closed. But that's up in the case, for all the ones that have been approved from have been approved with groups. And if some have not, er, some of it, none of it improved with child care, which we also don't understand is you brought up in your previous segment, You know all child care's air open. Um, So we just want to go through the whole facility, and we felt like it was important that if we opened, it was for all of our members to be able to come in and us chili and for all of our employees to come back and work on, Also try to bring some clarity to all the other businesses have been denied. Because there isn't clarity and certainly no protocols on their website. Your press release you on bond. Tell me correct me if I'm wrong, your But you are saying we are opening our facility. We have put safety measures in place through a third party. That is trusted in this industry. And you're basically saying if you try to take action against us, we're ready for this fight. Is that does that mean legally in court? Absolutely. I mean, very proven that out and you know, in in this case, we're not opening..

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"hatton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"hatton" Discussed on KOMO

"Has forced evacuations. As of late last night In the Yakima Valley, crews had to go door to door telling people to leave. Now the winds respond what they call fire, NATO's as it whipped the flames forward. In Spokane County. There's a large fire burning near Badger Lake, threatening up just 70 homes in an area near Dishman Hills. We are confident, saying that they are human cost trains in population is responsible for quite a few fires in this area. AUSTIN Hatton, a state Department of Natural Resource is firefighter urging people to be extremely careful not to start any more fires. Carleen Johnson. Coma News News Time five Await Our state has now has more than 67,000 confirmed cases of Cove in 19 The update from comas Frank Lindsay. On Sunday, the state reported 576 new Corona virus cases, 25 new hospitalizations and 15 deaths. Washington now has a total of 67,461 confirmed cases. The Department of Health is in the process of changing its methodology for reporting testing numbers, and it's not currently reporting the percentage of tests in the state that have been positive. King County now has more than 17,600 cases and 694 deaths. The death rate is 3.9%. Frank Lenzi. Come Oni. Local researchers say this state is making headway in the fight against Kobe, 19 the Institute of Disease Modeling says Washington's overall case count is plateau owing, the institute credits mask mandate statewide, including cities like Yakima, leading to a drop in the transmission rate. While conventional thinking is six feet of social distance is enough to prevent the spread of the Corona virus, however. New research from the University of Florida finds it may travel up to 16 feet. Almost Nick Papa spoke with King County Health officer Dr Jeff Do Chin, health experts say One way to prevent this type of spread is by improving ventilation and communal places like school buildings. Better ventilation systems can help cut down how far the virus khun travel while making it safer for.

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Board Recommends Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Board Recommends Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten

"Has recommended parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Hatton, who has spent nearly five decades in prison. The recommendation was made Thursday, but Governor Newsome could decide to deny it. Newsome block to release once before than his predecessor, Jerry Brown, blocked it twice. Manhattan is serving Ah life sentence for helping Charles Manson. Others kill Los Angeles grocer Lino LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary in 1969 that Helen was 19 when she and other members of the Manson family stabbed the La Bianca is to death and smear the couple's blood on the walls, writing words like helter skelter and death to pigs. An

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Kanye West declares he will run for US president in 2020

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

03:41 min | 1 year ago

Kanye West declares he will run for US president in 2020

"West has been for the last five years. Talking about running for president initially said he was going to run in 2020. Then it seemed like he became a trump supporter. Remember, he visited the White House with the Red Maga. Hatton did a 19 minutes in endorsement of Trump praised he and his wife, both Kim Kardashian, both praised Trump. For the first Step Act and for criminal justice reform. Where Kanye West tweeted over the weekend that he is running for president. Not in 2020 for which was where he was planning on running, But in 2020 so this is pretty interesting because Elon Musk Is getting behind him. And he's pledging to put millions of dollars into a new Super PAC supporting Kanye West's candidacy. So he's going to run as 1/3 party candidate. Any guesses as to the name of the Kanye West political Party that he is forming any What would you think if a five year old was running for president and they had to create a political party? What do you think the five year old would call the political party? You got me, okay? He is running under the banner of the birthday party. The name of Kanye West Party is the birthday party. He did this for our rambling interview with Forbes yesterday. Does that mean if it's the birthday party and he becomes president? When? At the inauguration, the first lady will wear a birthday so well, that might get him some votes. Right? Be careful with that. With that suggestion, he told Forbes Now you might ask the question that I asked. Why is it the birthday party? Why would you call the birthday party? According to Forbes, Kanye West said, because when we win It's everybody's birthday. That's that's what he's also selected a running mate. Her name is Michelle Tib All she is an obscure preacher from Wyoming. Tid Balti. I d B A L L. It's a Noel. Honestly, someone I've never heard of before. But I've just reached out to her to see if she wanted come on the radio with us this week to talk about her platform. And you know a lot of people. He's officially off the Trump train, he said. I'm taking the red hat off with this interview, and a lot of people have raised Russ the possibility that This might have even been a NatElec by Trump because he has a relationship with Kanye to get him to run to siphon off black votes from Joe Biden, because if Biden has 10 to 20% of the black vote Goto any other candidate other than him, then all likelihood is Trump's gonna get reelected. He apparently Emmett, do you think this is a scam? Well, some people have said that But he is insisting that that's not the case that he's in this like he's done everything his whole life. He's in it to win it, but he's he's saying he's not denying that this could result in siphoning off black votes from the Democratic nominee and possibly helping Trump. He says, quote I'm not denying it. I just told you But to say that the black vote is Democratic is a form of racism and white supremacy. And you'll enjoy this little tidbit. Russ, this was a you could imagine the poor, Forbes reported that had to sit through this for for four hours. He has never voted in his entire life. But we've does a good country America Country America, But we've done some investigating and apparently someone named Kanye West, who happens to have his same birthday did vote in the state of New York in the year 2014

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Hong Kong police granted sweeping powers under security law

Not Too Shabby

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong police granted sweeping powers under security law

"On the territory by Beijing. It gives Hong Kong security forces wide ranging new powers over local residents are Asia Pacific Regional editor Cilia Hatton reports. The law was passed behind closed doors in Beijing without approval from Hong Kong is partially elected legislature. Its contents are only becoming clear now. Police have new powers to search private properties and detain suspects all without warrants and to freeze individual assets. They could also intercept communications and order Internet providers to remove information. It allegedly harms national security. Those changes effectively erase the territories prized civil and political freedoms. They were published late in the evening in Hong Kong and come into effect right after midnight. The Chinese ambassador has accused the British government of political

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"hatton" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"hatton" Discussed on KCRW

"To a hospital spokeswoman. Earlier, Taylor was protesting on Interstate five when video shows a white Jaguar maneuvering around parked vehicles. A car speeds toward the group hitting two people and sending them flying, then taking off a 32 year old had been livestreaming. The protests under the name Black Fem March, takes I five before being hit and remains hospitalized in serious condition. Driver was arrested shortly afterward. Police say they don't know if it was a targeted attack. But Washington State Patrol announced protesters who had been marching on the freeway for weeks will now be arrested. They found their Amy held NPR news in Baltimore last night, Protesters pulled down the statue of Christopher Columbus and rolled it into the harbor. They say he's responsible for the genocide of Native Americans. This is NPR. A serious drought has taken hold across much of the Mountain West and Carly Hucles of member station Kunc reports it's showing no signs of letting up. More than 90% of Utah and more than 80% of Nevada and Colorado are experiencing some level of drought and the U. S. Drought Monitor says there are abnormally dry conditions. U S Department of Agriculture has designated 21 Colorado counties as natural disaster areas, and Colorado Governor Jared Pulis recently activated Colorado's drought task force, which will begin working to recommend mitigation measures. Reporter Carly Hucles of member station K. U. N. C. It's a very different scene in southern Japan today, where residents are trying to recover from torrential rain early this weekend. The BBC Celia Hatton reports deep floodwaters and the risk of more mudslides are getting in the way of rescue operations. The authorities in Japan's comma Moto prefecture say at least 16 people have died. The death toll could rise past 30 after torrential rain led the Kuma River to burst its banks in several places. Japanese soldiers are using helicopters to find those stranded by rising waters. 10 people were rescued after spelling out the letters s O s on the grounds of an elementary school. The rain is expected to continue until Wednesday, and there are now fears the corona virus could spread within crowded evacuation centers. The BBC. Celia Hatton. I'm Barb Reclined NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR.

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Multiple Arizona gyms defy executive order to close

Arizona's Morning News

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Multiple Arizona gyms defy executive order to close

"Corona virus in Arizona, Today's executive order will pause the operation of bars, gyms, movie theaters, water parks and tubing with a targeted reopening date. In 30 days like the governor used the word pause, which sounds better than I'm shutting these suckers down right? But that order on Monday set off what could be a flurry of lawsuits. We've already seen. One lawsuit filed against The state of Arizona in the governor. Of course, that's from mountainside, fitness and this injury. So here's how it played out for one mountainside fitness location yesterday, Scottsdale police tell our TV partners at ABC 15 that a little before 10 a.m. After receiving multiple reports of the location near 114th Street and Shay Was open officers showed up and provided education. They were told at that time by management that the location would remain open. They did. And when officers came back in the afternoon, they issued a citation to mountainsides. Chief operating officer A citation for a class one misdemeanor, which could mean a fine of up to 2500 bucks and possible jail time. You know, I'm guessing $2500 might really be a drop in the bucket to what they might face losses for being closed. Right. So maybe they're rolling the dice on that one hears mountainside Mountainside CEO Tom Hatton after several of his locations received the same. We don't feel this decision was fair. We think it was extremely arbitrary. It was placating to trying to look like we're doing something for Kobe and not really doing something prick owed. If the problem Um, is this serious? But they weren't alone. By the way, it's staying open. I'm seeing live shots on my monitors this morning in the studio Life time fitness facility in the valley. Apparently, there are several franchises that are staying open. Yeah. People working out you get. Ah Ah, are partners over at ABC, 15 had actually a live shot into the mountainside fitness location. That's near 56. And Shay and you could actually see people in their working out. They have resumed in individual people on, you know, ah, the treadmills and lifting weights and stuff. Yeah. Orange Theory said they're going to stay open. Pure bar A. Which is, you know, one of those bar workout ballerina? Yeah, yeah, not like a bar like they're serving drinks valet. Yet they say their their studios or boutiques, not a typical gym, So they say they don't have to shut down. Ah, sorting through all this is Going to be crazy, but this could lead to a flurry of lawsuits against the governor from some other Types of

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China warns UK 'interfering' in Hong Kong affairs will 'backfire'

BBC Newshour

01:06 min | 1 year ago

China warns UK 'interfering' in Hong Kong affairs will 'backfire'

"China has told Britain to stop all interference in Hong Kong's affairs immediately earlier the British prime minister warned Beijing that if it imposed new security laws on Hong Kong London would have no choice but to offer millions of people in the former colony ridge to British citizenship the new legislation would make it a crime to undermine Beijing's authority Celia Hatton explains many people don't like the idea of the national security law because it's being imposed on the people of Hong Kong and that violates the principle that Hong Kong has its own political and legal systems outside of course says that the law is necessary for national security it says it's only going to target a handful of people in Hong Kong who are guilty of terrorism and subversion but if you look at the mirror law that's currently in place in mainland China it's very vague it's been used to target many of the communist government's political opponents and it's already becoming evident that the new law will allow people who are arrested in Hong Kong to be tried in courts outside of the current Hong Kong court system

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How a Top NLP Startup is Growing, with Caitlyn Brooksby, Executive Director of PR/Communications at Canary Speech

Inside VOICE

10:00 min | 1 year ago

How a Top NLP Startup is Growing, with Caitlyn Brooksby, Executive Director of PR/Communications at Canary Speech

"Is the executive director of PR and communications at Canary Speech Walking Caitlin. Thanks for being here for having so Canary. Speech was named one of the most promising. Nlp STARTUPS TWO THOUSAND. Nineteen and the company describes itself as being at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Can you tell us a little bit more about what Canary Speech does? And why it is seen as one of the most promising and I'LL BE STARTUPS. Not a great question. You know what I think about. That really takes me back to origin story right. How do we start so five years ago? Our founders Jess Adams in Henry Call. They had been friends for over nearly three decades. Honestly and you know they had lived their careers and they got together and what they wanted to do was set auguste standard in a speech and language industry. They were poised to do it right both. Jeff and Henry. They have a clear the experience in Ashley had the excitement to do it and it really well doctors one question and why light you mentioned because normally talk about speech language industry it really can get techy if you don't really deep which is exciting that fun but what we started with nearest started with was this is how is was humans understand the raw motion in the words that someone speaks. You know when you're talking to your sister or your best friends and you ask how their duty say no good but not you know. There's something different right it's off. And how can we do that as humans? And how you use and what we've done is use machine guided machine learning and to really understand identify conditions. So that really is us so now. Today were six. Hatton's later boss. Us An international. And we've just taken this to a whole new level of redefining speaking language in the healthcare industry and so we talk about healthcare in No the intersection there. That that's really what we're setting out to utilize each language in the healthcare industry and bringing it just that step further so about you know. That's exciting because it does take voice to another level like you said you're not only hearing the words but your understanding you know they should behind what's being said and especially in the healthcare space. That's really important. How are you able to do that? I mean if you can talk about that a little bit. Is there a lot of testing research? They're able to kind us to understand the emotions. Someone's voice yes so really I like to Don frears and so what we've done is we've identified two thousand four hundred fifty eight biomarkers in speech. Okay what is a biomarker? What we're talking about here is like tonal. Quality these aspects of speech but mo up. It's what our body creates. And so we're gonNA find these biomarkers and then we developed bottles that are Z. Specific so they're not person's right cake a rich history of somebody's entire healthcare data and compare it but really what we're duty is a disease that he used mass in really scaled and just be utilized healthcare industry and then he used these models as our speech data so we started out here siege. Five years ago we really were focused on farm street. We were in FDA. Hire me cynical. Trials to this is very controlled environment right and we did this. Because we wanted to be able to cruise our technology and energy to get s right wide able to really tune in for router market or the playstation of it and so we really spent a solid three years of just focusing on these controlled. Studies REALLY AMAZING COPIES. Who wanted to get their to market or just simply to help with a civic disease and so that was really exciting to be a part of that and then we really moved into studies where we from the one hundred group right that were testing to really like in the thousand. Just last month we were able to reach a project that had heard ten thousand over dissipate and that was just exciting me. Mary siege his coming to blow background. Like how is this talk about area of science but what we realized early on was that we need full sets to go into a steadier going for project so what we do is hatcher tissue speech on a person's smart device so we use iphones IPADS android. We use these devices to captures fees. We also talk about the intersection of healthcare technology. What's really exciting is. We decided again early. On though he needed to create that bridge. What we were doing in the healthcare street was connected to what we were going to rate so reduce we include the gold standard Or are the panels which used to go to your doctor if you're dealing with stress I e Rd typically piece of paper that you're asked to allow the pen and paper and rate yourself on Howard layer urge years weeks ago and that's what your position uses to solve. You treats the symptoms that you're dealing with when you work with your physician that you say you could just read their seconds of across cheer South Kearns for the doctors I and made from that based on her stress near Zion Unions. And now we're there which brothels really exciting as a company you've made strides that that's a society scalable. That's Donbass it and resilient school that your physician to news you can use these tests. Don't have to be administrated within the hospital space or in the administrative is like family real and that's a place where is comfortable and you think about what's gone on over the last three or by months with coded ninety it really brings tall houses centerstage in funny. I was seven or eight years ago. I was on one of the committees to bring telehealth mount healthcare in your mouth. Nearly ten years ago I started my career there and is now. I'm embarrassed to say but I used to work for the very first time three months ago. I got a cold sore. I mean I knew it wasn't over ninety but I knew I needed some kind of policy packer. Someone is able to use tell homey bonus. I think that's really going to become the nor so. Yeah that's simple bit of our coaching kind of how I see it. How we see ED signing into healthcare. I agree. I mean we've definitely been using. How much more than we have over time and like I said I love that you all are kind of focusing on this emotional piece. You had mentioned earlier that your company also has multiple patents. Can you share with us? What they are. And why was it important for the company to have patents and do you think that something other voice technology companies should be doing for sure so that we pride ourselves? Moore is coming non-negotiable or Henry Projects. They knew that they wanted language. And in order to do that we had to prove that our technology was novel. And it's really exciting. Because just two weeks ago he had are six patents in the EU and so total right so acid time is for the EU. We were awarded one hundred of our planes which is now is not Donald Law. We were in a meeting with one of our clients. Actually find that I met last lie. Voice show guys and they astor pat they. So what do you think about these pens and looked around set rock-solid on that was exciting? I was excited be in for CEO. So I'll break down. Three strategic areas are Hatton's first one is that selection of the twenty four hundred biomarkers show and that had is called is slipping speech germs for building models for detecting medical conditions. So that patent is discharge behind. It is how we go about these biomarkers and using them within our guy and then the second is the. Pat Huddle is medical assessment based on voice. So there's really strategies around this particular the versus we use these selected biographers to identify. Disease are hunger stations. Each right. We're not to read this verbatim Hans. That's awkward not natural right. We're saying hey is our technology on conversational speech. Something that you and I are right now. And then. The third kind of strategy area is use of this artificial speech on vices in zone patented utilize the techniques together on smart devices. And what would that be your watch or your phone right? In an dots really were strategies are

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One Young Mother and the Homelessness Crisis

The Book Review

05:06 min | 1 year ago

One Young Mother and the Homelessness Crisis

"Lauren Sandler joins us now from Brooklyn. Her new book is called. This is all I got a new mother search for Home Lauren. Thanks for being here thank you. I'm so happy to be here so this book got a stellar review and our pages this week from Alex. Kotla wits is very exciting and it's similar issues to the ones that he explores. This book is about a homeless mother. Did you get started on the project? Well I knew I wanted to write about homelessness I've been writing about inequality and specifically gender inequality for a long time but living in New York the feeling of inequality all around us has been inescapable for so long and I was really aware that it was an issue that had been getting less attention and not more when I moved to New York in Nineteen Ninety two there were twenty thousand people sleeping and city shelters and it was considered to be a real human rights crisis there were between one and two stories and the Times every day about homelessness and now there are seventy thousand homeless people in New York in pre pandemic numbers and it was like the issue it just sort of disappeared from at least the literary consciousness if not a daily one and I just felt it in my heart so I wanted to find a shelter that would give me access and see if I could do that sort of old school immersion writing to give people a narrative that would rip them and bring them into an experience. They wouldn't forget it's interesting. You mentioned that time period from Nineteen ninety-two until roughly prepaid endemic. Because for many New Yorkers now they think about homelessness in terms of homelessness under Bloomberg in which it seemed to disappear from the streets and then homelessness under Blasi. Oh where suddenly it seemed to become once again a problem but I'm sure that's a huge over-simplification and mischaracterization in many ways of the issue to what extent did homelessness get better at all during that period or was it always there and we just weren't seeing it. Well it was always there and it was being criminalised so you know. Giuliani was quite famous for getting the homeless off the street. But it wasn't like he was getting them into housing he was getting them pushed farther and farther out away from an Hatton. He was getting them into lock up. But the big thing that I think really happened. Was this surge in housing prices. It was hard to rent an apartment in New York but it was possible. It was before rezoning under Bloomberg it was before the luxury housing boom before gentrification as we know it and price-gouging not just in New York but nationally around housing became such an issue as wages. Were certainly not going up. That it's become someone impossible and you know de Blasio ran on a platform of changing this. He's touted a lot of affordable housing but that housing has been affordable for no one who's poor and so it's been a real crisis for people like the protagonist of my book and millions of people like her and now millions more to come. Let's talk about that woman. Camilla who is she? She is a woman who when I meet. Her is twenty two and pregnant. She's from Corona which is now known as the epicenter of the virus in Queens. And when I met her you know. She told me that she had a story to tell. And we had instant chemistry. There's a real alchemy between us. I like to talk about how in nonfiction. There's always this notion. I think that reporters documentarian choose their protagonist but in fact. It's really a mutual choosing. It's like any relationship and she and I found each other but amongst all the women at the shelter where I was reporting. She not just really connected with me as a as a personal connection but also as an idea which is that. She was so organized so disciplined stunning legally minded. I mean she's someone who sued her parents for child. Support is a teenager and one that kind of way of really really understanding this system of someone who knows how to advocate for herself beyond anything that almost any of her case workers or professors had ever seen and so it really felt like if this is a woman who can not succeed in the system so she won't need to be in it anymore. Who can't make the paperwork work and administrative burden work so that she can be free of this place that she was born into. It seemed to me that no one could and I wanted to see if she could and how she could. So is that part of the reason you chose hurt us to kind of show that here's someone who has tremendous internal resources if if no external resources are systemic ways to to help that. Even this person might not be able to succeed exactly and I don't want to detract from what it means to not have the sort of mind that gets you admitted into John J. For Criminal Justice. Which is her story. There are certainly plenty of people. Probably the majority of people who are not in the system with such an apparatus to get out internally. But I did want to see what would happen. In the best case. Scenario and that best case scenario is still a worse case scenario for anyone.

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"hatton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"hatton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Roughly four thousand south Koreans working with the US military in South Korea are on unpaid leave this comes as talks between Washington and Seoul over funding for U. S. troops deadlock Donald Trump originally demanded that still will pay five billion dollars a year as part of the cost of keeping more than twenty eight thousand US troops in South Korea that would have been five times with South Korea contributes now talks between the two sides have continued since December south Korean negotiators said the two countries for close to an agreement and expressed regrets that Washington ordered the south Korean military workers to take unpaid leave the Americans have stationed a large number of troops in South Korea for seven decades since the Korean War both have an interest in the troops continued presence in the region China and North Korea that's a B. B. C. Celia Hatton in Seoul breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com the NHL is pushing its quarantine timeline out further the National Hockey League has extended its guideline for players and staff to self quarantine until at least April fifteenth commissioner Gary Bettman has been optimistic of resuming this season the league has asked teams for arena availability through August the NHL's chief medical officer said getting players together in small groups is the first step toward potentially returning but state and local lockdown regulations could affect the re opening of practice facilities so fall for NHL players have tested positive for Kobe nineteen might make you so New York earthquake struck north of Boise Idaho last evening people across a large area felt if the U. S. Geological Survey reports a magnitude six point five quake struck just before six PM Saturday seventy three miles northeast of meridian near the rural mountain town of Stanley no a media reports of any damage or injuries more on the story is that town hall dot com for spring with Macy's lowest prices of the season on everything from top trends to furniture for every room in.

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"hatton" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"hatton" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"That. Was that? I just got here. Just to the to the mic. I wanted to get some of that was up to one wanted. Some what's up to? I was a little late for the will subs- bay was Hatton. It. Yeah. Yeah. We'll say is good was poppet. All that. All that. We have a seat. I want to have a seat. I like what you see because we had. Yeah. No. I know I'll be feeling you'd be feeling some kind of ways when we chilling because the margins when you look like, my big, brother. See you. Yeah. You know, that's whatever. That's cool. You know? I'm like, I'm like that kind of cat. I'm I'm your, bro. Big, bro. Being out or do me. But yeah, I'm your big bro younger than you. That's a great thing. On the height me family. You know, everything baby. I'm a gory. Anyways. Fun. Our buddy fronts that I'm glad to have you on here, though, man, who I would invite man, let me give my bay area legend partner, we all here who is this a my miles out here from Oh, there. there you hear all of us a couple of here. Okay. Thank you over where they displaced you can't afford. It is somehow cheaper to live down here and follow your dream, then up there also expensive moved back want. My ex wife. Yeah. I know. I know man. Yeah. Terrible. But that rate is looking for one hundred dollars. Section. Eight was up. But you got kids though. Yes. I do you got you got keep pleura guys. Pull out game was week two times. Yeah. Man who taps, you you try to pull out and you failed or you just want to L nights. You know? It was just one of them nights. You know, the fall is ready to go allowed or I could just stay in. And who's she shot the club? Okay. Let's no. Sometimes you you fuck up. I was wondering why did you flip the pull out? Did you flood dad or the second one was a flow the second one was trying to exit? But she was like no way is like the after created after the first one I was trying to trapper us trying to trap her because she had a feature. Into that. I mean, everybody's hopes. That's the future is open vision. Oh, I got so vision, you my I got my man of. I don't know if that's kind of personal manifestation, I'll be having visions. There's no book years purple to represent the verbiage vision. Shocker, you feel more rapes. Yeah. Follow some thoughts on Instagram that tell he put me up on the shocker. Love shot shock. Thoughts Jeanne spiritual shit. Understand shock yields solar plexus. So I'm gonna listen today. I'm gonna listen to that. I'm waiting for visages b but naked with bible verses? Oh, Rodham me them. Holy homes. Praise. The Lord just see a negative behind you look at gone into the future. Does somebody future? That's going to be somebody story, y'all. How'd you imam meat? Ooh. Well, I had a world. Mom, mom. My heart shock group was over to. And a double tapped on that picture, and it was love at first tap tried to exit. But you know, my my orange shocker who's just trying to you here. No my orange shock rules. It. Do talk really low for a few minutes. You know, just really like kind of low bid of sound. Yeah. And then I'll just yell at yo ass for some reason. It was a black man. Sometimes you gotta do that. You gotta call. You got you. What you know? Just you know, sometimes you gotta draw me. I listen, listen. I know you might be used to things being a certain way, you might get certain impression certain things, but you gotta be fucked up xactly, exactly. I'm excited to be here to actually, you know. I was looking forward to be here. I'll see sucker individuals on the lineup. All. But you know, I was like, nah, let me do. 'cause I vented on that on my blog y'all could checked out on my way of checking blow on the league. Yes of bitch ass individuals on the mind of United. I mean well rolling with the bitch energy. You know what I'm saying? What's that tender tender asked him to tender drafts bitch energy, and I was going to pull the tab. But you know, if y'all wanna hear my thoughts on that one. I don't link is in my Instagram bio. I don't I got a Facebook page..

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"hatton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"hatton" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Today, we know it as a thriving startup hub and we can't hang out for young getaway. See in the sun, but Lisbon Portugal's capital of course, has a much more storied past more than two thousand years. In fact, ROY turned journalists, berry Hudson has been living in Portugal since nineteen eighty six and his new book Queen of the sea, a history of Lisbon looks at the city's past taking its Roman origins, two devastating earthquakes to ce`namas and political upheaval along the way. And I'm delighted say he joins us now on the line to tell us more Barry. Hatton welcome to the Monica weekly. Thank you so much for joining us from Lisbon date. Let me start with a question about, I guess it says much about yoga face. Anything else is Lisbon, a European city always seems funny. You know, it's closer to Africa, not just in with history, but in terms of its geography, how would you describe it? Someone who's asking such a crude in descriptive questions that well, that's very true tall. I mean, Lisbon, Portugal of always been out here. Of course, on the western edge of Europe. She say closer to Africa than for example, to Brussels all under Nobel. And that's not just yoga for that. So I think that is reflected very much in the culture as well. The one, the great appeals of Lisbon. In fact, his wonderful mix. As I say, the secret is in the mix, Portugal, Lisbon. It's very specific mood to it very African influence because obviously of its proximity to Africa, but also because of the the slave trade in the colonies, the five colon is used to have in import you'll, you'll also have the Brazilian influence. Of course, which for under will know all about. You have an Asian influence because of the Cullens over them the cow east Timour right over there by Australia. So really had this fascinating mix of cultures. And there's also of course very tolerance because of that, I think is another part of this appeal. And this is, you know, personally, of course, Barry very well. We mentioned in our instruction, you'd be living since one thousand nine hundred. There's a twenty new voices. Doncaster's the region. What? What? What brought you there. I wonder what's the experience of, you know, Britta broader. Now you've got to Portuguese wife. Your children were brought up that that gives a different sort of perspective as well. But I guess this sort of travelers perspective is something is also very significant Phillies Ben. Yeah. I mean, a lot of people, you know something I've used in my book about the Queen of the history of Lisbon, just come out now of used a lot of some letters from British travellers, German travelers traveled who came through the city over the centuries for me, of course, coming from the north of England, it's a bit different here. The skies are very different color and the foods a lot more tasty. Emma, since I was young, I'd always wanted to live somewhere with blue sky and it just happened to turn out to be Lisbon. When I came over here, I came sort of a wing and the prayer back. As you say in the mid nineteen, eight is just looking for jobs a journalist, and it worked out of course very well for me, but what I like about it. So very different from the north of Europe that time before Newport you before new Lisbon, Santa very exotic to me very romantic. He knew him that Bob Dylan song. Cerro is it's always about drinking Portugal wine. I watched onto that seem so as I say so far away, so exotic, I just had to come and check you town there. We have a question for you. I mean, clearly Lisbon's impossibly cool these days. Do you protective about the city? You know, because I believe, you know, from the next years, you know in my become an Uber slow and a wind comes to tourism, people buying property. How do you feel about the city and it's near future that through Fernando? I mean, it's a case of because of what you wish for. I mean, I in many Portuguese were sort of stumped for a long time. Why more tourists didn't come to Lisbon when it wonderful place. And now, of course, I saw flocking here in the last two years really started last year, and we're in danger of reaching kind of over tourism stage which people complaining about as you're saying boscell Ono prog. It's obviously very valid concern, Tom, you feel like you're getting muscle down to the center of Lisbon..

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"hatton" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"hatton" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Get it a cd a hatton gave me more details the problem is that the south korean ministry of education has responded to sort of low level criticism over the years that they're putting too much pressure on children youngest children aged eight and nine who were just starting out in kind of formal education and it's trying to relieve that academic burden on those children by saying look those children can take some afterschool activities that are more geared towards having fun are learning extra skills but they don't want those children to start studying english so early so what the ministry of education has done as it stopped state school teachers from being allowed to teach english after school and it's trying to get those students at those in those age groups to take other classes things like music or art luiso people listening to this apparent to have kids their kids go to school children however pretty relaxed school day we'll to mike in south korea it's far different in south korea you have to imagine the entire south korean educate asian system as it stands now from when you entering kindergarten until you graduate from high school is geared towards one eight hour exam you will take at the very end of high school the mark you get in that exam will basically in many parents mines and children's minds determined whether you are a success or failure in life not just and not exam so if you do well in the exam you might get into a good south korean university go on and be offered a job and you're kind of set for life it's thought south korea has really high levels of youth suicide in part suicide rates among among young people have doubled in the past few years and so many people are trying to change the system but frankly it really is ingrained parents they they put pressure on educators who put pressure on students to spend as many as 15 hours a day studying the average south korean teenager gets just over five hours of sleep a night the entire.

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"hatton" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"hatton" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Get it a cd a hatton gave me more details the problem is that the south korean ministry of education has responded to sort of low level criticism over the years that they're putting too much pressure on children youngest children aged eight and nine who were just starting out in kind of formal education and it's trying to relieve that academic burden on those children by saying look those children can take some afterschool activities that are more geared towards having fun are learning extra skills but they don't want those children to start studying english so early so what the ministry of education has done as it stopped state school teachers from being allowed to teach english after school and it's trying to get those students at those in those age groups to take other classes things like music or art luiso people listening to this apparent to have kids their kids go to school children however pretty relaxed school day we'll to mike in south korea it's far different in south korea you have to imagine the entire south korean educate asian system as it stands now from when you entering kindergarten until you graduate from high school is geared towards one eight hour exam you will take at the very end of high school the mark you get in that exam will basically in many parents mines and children's minds determined whether you are a success or failure in life not just and not exam so if you do well in the exam you might get into a good south korean university go on and be offered a job and you're kind of set for life it's thought south korea has really high levels of youth suicide in part suicide rates among among young people have doubled in the past few years and so many people are trying to change the system but frankly it really is ingrained parents they they put pressure on educators who put pressure on students to spend as many as 15 hours a day studying the average south korean teenager gets just over five hours of sleep a night the entire.

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"hatton" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"hatton" Discussed on TechStuff

"On february xi two thousand four the guardian published an article titled audible revolution it was written by ben hammersley and he was writing about the use of the internet as a means to distribute audio content and in that peace hammersley asks quote but what to call it audio blogging podcasting guerrilla media and quote and so this may very well be the origin of the term podcasting ads possible that the word podcasting had been mentioned by some one before but this is the earliest peace in writing that i can find that mentions that term and it hatton at that point entered into the general conversation about audio distribution through the internet on september 16th 2004 danny jay gregoire use the term podcast her in a discussion about the technical issues surrounding publishing and distributing podcasts and the section in which he said this would go like this it here's a quote i can see there being the desire of users in some instances to be able to easily subscribe and get older posts slash episodes slash shows what are we calling these things anyway held up poed or sowed for short that no longer appear on the rss feed right now for example somewhat wanted to listen to all the daily source codes back to sowed number one they would have to manually go through the archives and download any soad's not auto magically received somewhat defeating the purpose of an eye potter not too much of a problem now but i guess one could argue that this is simply an rss slash server site issue and that the podcast her yes i like making up do words should be responsible enough to offer a page of separate feeds of old soad's by months last year's lesch season slash et cetera end quote.

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"hatton" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"hatton" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"Yes but you know it and if you're if i was a person came coming over from ireland would i be upset i'd be disappointed their mcgregor loss but you were really trying to find a unicorn by noone really i don't think anyone really thought the the greater was going to win and if you did you were hoping for kinda like that flash one shot denied the shocker but even if you didn't get what you wanna which was a shocking mcgregor win you should have in the everybody walk cider happy this isn't this is ricky hatton mayweather where ricky hadn't really never show put up an an offensive battle mcgregor really put up an offense battle question for you and this is more for wheel because you don't you don't sarah dozen hasn't watched as much boxing true story i thought mcgregor did better than pack yale i thought he did better then every would mean like half affords fight didn't do as well as mcgregor did harrison in ninety percent of us fight yells but he does that will i'm thinking laissez i don't even think floyd mayweather did that as well and i was shocked at how well he handled himself really well in that rain um.

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