19 Burst results for "IFP"

Creating TV shows on an iPhone

Talking Tech

05:36 min | 6 months ago

Creating TV shows on an iPhone

"This pandemic, we're seeing so many TV people recording from home and you're probably wondering how doing this. How are they recording on an iphone in reaching the broadcasting? Facility, we've got rich to mirrow here. He is tech reporter for Channel Five. Ktla in Los Angeles and he remotes first TV stations all over the country and he's. GonNa fill us in rich. How you doing I'm doing fantastic. Let me just first say a I think it was like my little personal dream to go live from my home for all of my stand in one place, and do five hours of live shots every morning for all these TV stations, and I thought. Wow, wouldn't it be more efficient for me to just have a home studio and do it from there? Well now I've been forced to do that, so my little dream has become. Become a reality, but I'll tell you it's been kind of a nightmare because it's not very easy, and if you've been watching me on TV folks that have been seeing, it have seen kind of an evolution of me going live from home. Because KTLA's been fantastic, they said hey do what you need to go live from home. Whatever and get the equipment you need thankfully as tech person. I have a lot of the equipment that I need to do this, but the bottom line is at this point. You only need a smartphone, which is the IPHONE and some software and a microphone, and so we've used to piece of software at KTLA. One is called. And the other is call TV. You and both of these things work in the same way. They take a signal from your phone, and they broadcast it back to home base, so it's kind of like using skype, but it's managed by the TV station, so they can manage in the quality way better than what you would get on an off the shelf product. Does that make sense does? The, let's let's go through. Let's go through the process, so you're doing the morning show it's seven. Oh five and they cut to. They say okay. We got rich with his tech segment. Now now you're sitting in Los Angeles at home and you've got the IPHONE. It's ready to go. Take me through the process. Yes, so when I get up in the morning, it's. It's Kinda like it's. It's like lighting up a little studio so in my spare bedroom which I've used to be the kids playroom I cleared it all out, which actually has been very bad, because the echo has been the biggest issue with the studio, and the problem is normally, and this is the other issue that I've run into normally when you're setting up a home. Home Studio. What do you do you figure out what you need what you have and what you have and you order the rest on Amazon. It's there the next day. Well. Guess what during Kovic Times? You can't just get next day delivery from Amazon so it has been a challenge to set up a home studio because I can't order the products that I need so. So, what I have here is a ring. Light that I used to use for live shots when I used to do like a podcast from home like facebook. Live so I i. Put that up and the ring. Light is kind of a big circular light that goes around my phone. My iphone sits in there and then underneath the iphone i. have another Tripod with A. An ipad on it and actually went to best buy and bought the Tripod Mount for that jobe amount, and then for that I've been using that as kind of a to watch KTLA and to also use as a teleprompter and so I. Did experiment with the Tele prompting APP as well? I didn't think it looked good on TV. I thought my eyes were a little shifty. So for me. It's easier to actually just kind of memorize some of my lines and read them off the script when we go to video which you called voiceover. But the microphone has been tricky. I've tried a lot of different microphones. A lot of the reporters at home are using. either. The apple included ear buds, and those work, really well Otherwise you have to kind of put a microphone into your phone, which is not very easy because professional microphones don't connect to the iphone unless you have a conduit, so I've been using a board I used for my podcast to connect the microphone into the phone, so it's gone very complicated Jefferson. A? What microphone you connecting theoretically into the phone? While so right now I'm using Oh my gosh. I have to look at my my headphones. Hang on. Audio Technica, and so this is an audio technica. It looks like one of the microphones that sports caster would use. It has the microphone that sticks out, but also the nice big headphones so with that I can hear what's called IFP so the other tricky part of this whole situation is that it's not like a video call where you can not worried you have. What's the return from? TV In my ear, so I have to be able to hear what the anchors are saying to me in my ear and. It gets really complicated. That's usually what we call be. We have this little cable that runs to a box that we listen to the programming of the station on, and when you're there live. Obviously you can hear the anchor talking to you, but when you're out in the field, you have to connect to an I've be box, and that's also another challenge, but these programs like I mentioned the. And the TV you, they allow you to pipe in the programming. Cheer IFP. I'm getting a little in the weeds year for the consumer audience. It's okay, do you? Do you pick up those programs in the APP store or are they Do you get up some other way we'll see? These programs are something that the TV stations pay a lot of money for it because they come associated with receiver so when I actually am broadcasting I'm broadcasting. Allied receiver we have at Ktla

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All Nippon Airways Showcases New Seats

Layovers

05:40 min | 1 year ago

All Nippon Airways Showcases New Seats

"Was that a vendetta. It was great. It was really great. It was right off brick lane in this event space which I had never been to before and they they had these sort of makeshift Goethe's wonderful pagodas you know as wonderful kind of arch ways that they have in Japan the they're usually read the gates thank you. That's the word I was looking for and in the middle of this space on a elevated platform they had a block of the four seats when they had many many many flight attendants in attendance to kind of brief you on how the seats work and the seats are oriented as a block for much like the Q. Sweets there facing each other okay the two seats and I was able to experience it they had the full power connected and the IFP say you could try it. It was very very very impressive. It was really really wide. CA's reminds me of the pictures of the Singapore Airlines that White Yeah if if not wider yeah yeah so you feel like you're in a sofa at home when you're sitting upright the whole thing isn't that why the Footwell tapers to allow for the other person's cubbies and cabinets that you have to your side as well. The screen is is huge crystal clear and the seat itself the padding which you see the as the seat is reclining. You can see how thick it is really really thick seat very very comfortable. The one thing I noticed that I sent to you immediately was if you sit straight and you recline the seat straight. There's no way that I could fit let alone somebody like you. It's it's very very short but then in all of the images the presages they have you can see the person sleeping at an angle and actually when I did that so I moved my head to the adjacent corner that my feet where plenty of runs so again like Singapore because Singapore I would unless I'm bulkhead but even I would usually sit in a diagonal would not sit up straight and the good thing since we're comparing that to that three hundred the old seat now is that he actually so reclines whereas the Singapore seats you had to stand up all aww yet to fold it. Oh that's good that's good what about the door is at high the doors High Yup and it and it comes across in like in the two sections that close together you felt very very private and secluded when you were in the even with a million people walking around you and a lot of noise oviously at an event it does oppose skies so the manufacturer is not the one from the queue sweet although there are of a billion ways to do a seat into fitted in dark ref at the end another day but the manufacturer is completely different and you had the chance to also meet the designer of the seat yes he was going to forget the name of the he built the Tokyo Auguin early this year and he also built the a a in Dundee as y'all which is an extraordinary building a very famous Japanese architect enables alludes because of course thank you yeah. He was very very nice very interested would speak to anybody not that you know that he would never wise but yeah he was he was proud of and he partnered with a London design agency to do and I must say that one of my criticisms of the previous was that it was very clinical lots of metal. Will we said that a lot of time and you know and that absolutely not the case anymore. They've kept however some of the blue color it kept the blue. It's it's much more understated understated it. It's it's an accent but it's it's beautifully done. It's very Japanese very a it's a very very strong seat. They're going to you really well with this what they didn't show or didn't have because it's rolling a little bit. Slower is the new first class yeah I said in the last ZIP is it that for me. It reminds me a little bit of the Swiss first-class which is very large cubicle elitest door. Were you able to even bits a bit like or none of the video playing and I was chatting to one of the cabin crew about it and she said that the news it has a forty three inch four K. screen TV. You'RE GONNA give you two and I said are you sure and then she showed me a brochure brochure of it and sure enough. I should never have huge the seat itself is is beautiful as well. It's lovely gray. They made saga job gets darker than the than the one in in business class which is often the case in Japan. If you cajoled they have darker colors I glass including the lounges compared to Business Glasgow Glasgow. Wow I mean holy cow. So are they not introducing because the reason you had that event was the two things they are opening the route with that seat now from London to two hundred but also I think it was celebrating may be used so that maybe I'm wrong. I'm not sure it was a thirty. That's rare anniversary running of the route. Yeah Yeah Okay so yeah. It was great. I met a few people that I've worked with a in the past who are really friendly. Johnny from the design air turns out he was there I didn't I didn't see him which is which is disappointing. I wish shame yeah cross pass but I think he he was as impressed as I was so it's a it's a great. I don't think you can go wrong in that route because a anna have a very good product obviously and so two gel so expensive however they are not but no one is no one is no no one no one is no one

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"ifp" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"ifp" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I did call one eight five five jumpstart that's one eight five five jumpstart KCBS. News time three fifty two. It is time again to talk technology are KCBS tech expert. Larry Magid is on the line. FTC wants to know how the major telecommunication companies are handling their customers personal information. Larry tell us more about what the FTC is doing would they sent a letter to the major internet service providers, including Comcast in eighteen variety of like asking them things like the categories of information, they're collecting about consumer than divisive the technique. They're using to collect it whether they're sharing the information with third parties, what are their internal policies whether the information of aggregated and not on my new D identified, and it goes on and on the issue here is that if you think about Facebook knows a lot about your that Google knows a lot about you. And they do your internet service provider, theoretically could know everything you're doing on their network. So I'm not saying that they're actually looking, but every time you go to U R L to a web address. For example, that information have to go through your internet service provider every bite and bit that you type go through your internet service provider v h. Chose to they could gather a great deal of information about you. So it is important that we understand what their privacy policies are and make sure they're sticking to them. Larry was there any particular incident or something that's driving this particular request at this particular time, I am not aware of a specific incident. I am aware that there is always tension between the internet service provider providers and the companies like Google and Facebook with each pointing to the other with the IFP pointing the Google and Facebook for the world and the Facebook and Google the world pointing to the IFP's thing Ogle look at them. Oh, no, go look at them because they're different. But at the end of the day, they're both collecting information. So that's one thing that's been going on for a while. But I'm not aware of a specific case other than maybe the fact that congress I believe with it last year the voted to loosen some of the privacy policies on the IFP. So it could be that maybe the Federal Trade Commission if reacting. Into that. Because it puts pressure on wanting to know, what are the internet service provider of collecting about us. All right to Larry. Thank you for that. Or KCBS tech expert? Larry mad. Solid gains on Wall Street today. We have the KCBS MoneyWatch we are going to check in with Jason Brooks at the super micro Intel money desk looking at consumer confidence. Consumer confidence weakened considerably in March the Conference Board reading of one twenty four point one was well under market expectations and compares to one thirty one point four in February. The report says confidence has been somewhat volatile over the past few months as consumers have had to deal with rocky financial markets, the government shutdown, and it very weak February jobs report while consumers are confident that the economy will continue expanding the near term the overall trend has been softening since last summer home prices are cooling down around the US with a dramatic slowdown in the bay area. The SAP case Schiller index says prices rose nationally four point three percent in January from a year earlier, the weakest gain in nearly four years bay area. Prices rose only one point eight percent year over year compared to a ten point two percent gain in January of twenty eighteen Walsh. Street was in a better mood today. Thanks to rising bond yields the Dow gained one hundred forty one points to twenty five thousand six hundred fifty seven the NASDAQ rose fifty four points to seventy six ninety one and the s&p climbed at twenty points higher to twenty eight eighteen the MoneyWatch Jason Brooks KCBS. This will shock you. Have you seen the new tax card? You're supposed to fill out in a couple of months simpler. Well, no, it's downright confusing to say.

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"ifp" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Funding finding unlocking something for you. And if it's not a grant within our organization because the percentages aren't great of how many films get actually end up getting that money. We're constantly thinking, okay, who can we connect you to? Because we are part of a bigger ecosystem and we're only as good as the projects we get to support and that are peers get to support. So starting with those nonprofit institutions is a great way to go. And then I always say, like, look at look at films that are that you would calms to your own, whether it's in subject in scale, and you know, artistic style, anything like that and see who their executive producers were see her there producers were see who funded them, and I just think people in this industry are very generous with their time when when when they're not crazy busy. And so you know, sending an Email and having a very specific ask. Within it, that shows that you have a question that you've done your research. And so the person on the other end of the phone at Sundance or film or Senator h. a river can offer specific guidance in response because you know, they probably tried to fund film twenty five different ways before the twenty six when landed. So we all have a sense of different avenues to pursue out there, and then it is part of it does come down to just a numbers game of who else applying for that grant or who else talked that equity person. And they wrote a check last week, so they're not gonna interested for another year and a half in your film. I mean, yeah, it's it's a, it's a very difficult question to answer. How do I get introduced to the people who have more significant amounts of money than even just grants which are already competitive and and their own take their own sort of very special work to to to get. So other things that you need to think about is how you can build a profile for your project and for your. Making and there with so many people making films hoping to make films that that is again, it's own challenge requires its own work, I think. But it's a reason why people do participate in markets like the IFP market or will apply for different workshops or labs or or pitch forms so that they have an opportunity to be in a spotlight and whether or not there are people in the room or their people are interested in finding films to to finance and be a part of the might pay more attention to what was selected in what stood out in those in those in those places. So it's it is becoming more familiar with all the various opportunities that exist. But knowing that every single opportunity also requires you to really come come through and work hard to. Demonstrate and crystalize what it is that you're what? What is it you're looking to do with the film? What makes it distinctive? Yes. It's just imperative for the filmmakers to really develop the wave it. They talk about their projects in a manner that is true to the form they're looking to follow. That puts the emphasis where they see it as being necessary and and of. Compelling interest and and also just to in a manner that allows it to be as unique as it as it should be. One quick thing to add to that. We at Esa film are the woman who runs our foundation partnerships works with an artist development, and she gives grants advice to all of our supported filmmakers. And when she does strategic calls about about potential funding, she always focusing outside of the film roles because the acceptance rates for all these grants are not great because there are so many wonderful filmmakers out there, which is a curse and a blessing for those of us who get to be the ones to support filmmakers. And so anytime there's an angle, whether it's the visual art world or some subject within your film, you're focusing on science. Okay, great. Who's funding science research these days. Okay..

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"ifp" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on The Official Impractical Jokers Podcast

"I might have been there for what are the bits this on, right? Start out bike IFP by guy be. Were you there by your job at that time? I was the key PA. There you go. It is just like the head PA. Right, but they use the word key. Yes, it's fun. It's fun. It makes me feel like I have the key to the production like the city. Yeah, you're the key person on the on the shoot. Yeah, either not sprinter and the drugs either litter. It's literally a key you have. I'm a key. You're a key open. Things are key, which means open, right? Let means right here. Are that means here. Wow, a my Spanish is not good, but we have a bicyc- clad. Bicycles, spanish. Anyway they are. Yeah. So the idea is very fun and there's a broken down bicycle and and people come over and the, you know, the job ask for help the way it wasn't as as a bicycle rider. It wasn't broken down. Just the front wheel was off. I consider that broken down. I prepared that in fifteen seconds. Whoa. I'm sorry, but that's how it goes. I, I wouldn't know how to do that. Danny you, you're, you're a bicycler love to ride my bike bicyclist bicycle, and you're talking to today with a busted lip from? Well, I fell off my bike. Riding my bike in Utah, and it'll slip and hit my face against the rock. That makes me that made me so sad when you told me that story, I appreciate that because I mean like you're such a, you know, dapper and gentleman. Thank you so that when I to see you in any pain, hurt my feelings, hurt it. Hurt to senior. Your face? Yeah, the hitting hitting a rock. I wouldn't recommend hitting a rock with your face to anybody. I mean, all all things considered, you still look good. They know your face went into Iraq. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there was a lot of blood and with your family, I was with friends of mine, just France. They didn't wanna stop very long because they're still early in the day and they wanted to get their writing done. Wow, there. Those are bad friends. I would've done the same thing. All right. Well, first thing I said back visualize this at home, Danny green standing on the edge of a desk right now looking like, he's like, we're in a newsroom, very important news just a bucket in and you've been standing the entire time so far. This is this is how I bought guest. Danny green unleash. Cycling is a great name for a sport because it's just as it gets right to the water cycle in running wrestling August, her fitness swimming, great names. Yeah, ski jumping ski at once you get get rid of the balls. It's much easier than name these things. Anything with verb rock climbing? Yeah. Oh my God. He's a perfect name. I know a football doesn't even look like a foot. Then you have tennis. Yeah, tennis is owned by the ball tennis balls. So the bicycles broken down and people come over. That's obviously the crux of the bit. This is a great one because you you play on a person that's like, hey, you need some help. And then then that's like a good..

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"ifp" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on 600 WREC

"One FM. Forget to mention something else to from last night's coast to coast. And by the way, if you are a coast insider, I strongly encourage you go back and listen to those first couple of hours easy to link up. Find out more at the website goes to coast AM dot com. But last night, we did almost the entire show without internet. We were I was unable to connect to the internet in the studio from which I broadcast which isn't far from where George and Tom have been all day. But I we had no service. So we had to do it the old fashioned way. Which is the IFP, you know, that little devices in the ears of people that when you see them on the air and they're holding their finger up to their ear. And so that's an IFP. And and so we had almost all show an ISP where Dan Galanti would be talking to me, very slowly. While the guest was talking and relaying information to me without interrupting the guest. So that I knew what was going on was tricky. But know, it's like it's like one of those movies where you have to talk through the landing. You have an inexperienced pilot math to land the or whatever that's exactly what it was. So thank you, Dan for being so helpful. We do have internet service tonight. Not that you'll be able to tell the difference. But it was it was interesting to go old school to go back to the old days before we had that kind of connection that we've now take for granted. Inbetween studios here on coast to coast. But, but I I also had a pen in hand to write down all of my assignments one of those assignments against you here in crypto news. If you go to coast to coast AM dot com, you'll.

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"ifp" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on KNSS

"Forget to mention something else to from last night's coast to coast. And by the way, if you are a coast insider, I strongly encourage you go back and listen to those first couple of hours easy to link up. Find out more at the website coast to coast, AM dot com. But last night. We did almost the entire show without internet. We were I was unable to connect to the internet in the studio from which broadcast which isn't far from where George and Tom have been all day. But I we had no service. So we had to do it the old fashioned way. Which is the IFP, you know, that little device that's in the ears of people that when you see them on the air and they're holding their finger up to their ear. That's an IFP. And and so we had almost all show an ISP where a Dan Galanti would be talking to me, very slowly. While the guest was talking and relaying information to me without interrupting the guest. So that I knew it was going on. It was tricky. But you know, it's like it's like one of those movies where you have to talk through the landing. You have an inexperienced pilot map to land, the janitor. Whatever that's exactly what it was. So thank you again, Dan for being so helpful. We do have internet service tonight. Not that you'll be able to tell the difference. But it was it was interesting to go old school to go back to the old days before we had that kind of connection that we've now take for granted. In between studios here on coast to coast. But, but I I also had a pen in hand to write down all of my assignments one of those assignments against to here in crypto news. If you go to coast to coast AM dot com, you'll.

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"ifp" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on KSRO

"Now. Forget to mention something else to from last night's coast to coast. And by the way, if you are a coast insider, I strongly encourage you go back and listen to those first couple of hours easy to link up. Find out more at the website coast to coast, AM dot com. But last night. We did almost the entire show without internet. We were I was unable to connect to the internet in the studio from which I broadcast which isn't far from where George and Tom have been all day. But I we had no service. So we had to do it the old fashioned way. Which is the IFP, you know, that little device that's in the ears of people that when you see them on the air and they're holding their finger up to their ear. That's an IFP. And and so we had almost show an ISP where Dan Galanti would be talking to me, very slowly. While the guest was talking and relaying information to me without interrupting the guest. So that I knew what was going on. It was tricky. But you know, it's like it's like one of those movies where you have to talk through the landing. You have an inexperienced pilot. Nafta land, the janitor, whatever that's exactly what it was. So thank you again, Dan for being so helpful. We do have internet service tonight. Not that you'll be able to tell the difference. But it was it was interesting to go old school to go back to the old days before we had that kind of connection that we've now take for granted. In between studios here on coast to coast. But, but I I also had a pen in hand to write down all of my assignments one of those assignments against you here in crypto news. If you go to coast to coast AM dot com, you'll.

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"ifp" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"K L F. Forget to mention something else to from last night's coast to coast. And by the way, if you are a coast insider, I strongly encourage you go back and listen to those first couple of hours easy to link up. Find out more at the website coast to coast, AM dot com. But last night. We did almost the entire show without internet. We were I was unable to connect to the internet in the studio from which I broadcast which isn't far from where George and Tom have been all day. But I we had no service. So we had to do it the old fashioned way. Which is the IFP, you know, that little devices in the years of people that when you see them on the air and they're holding their finger up to their ear. And so that's an IFP. And and so we had almost all show an ISP where a Dan Galanti would be talking to me, very slowly. While the guest was talking and relaying information to me without interrupting the guest. So that I knew what was going on was tricky. But you know, it's like it's like one of those movies where you have to talk through the landing. You have an inexperienced pilot map to land, the gender, whatever. That's exactly what it was. So thank you again, Dan for being so helpful. We do have internet service tonight that you'll be able to tell the difference. But it was it was interesting to go old school to go back to the old days before we had that kind of connection that we've now take for granted. In between studios here on coast to coast. But, but I I also had a pen in hand to write down all of my assignments one of those assignments against to here in crypto news. If you go to coast to coast AM dot com, you'll.

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"ifp" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Uh someone put that on our best scenes of 2017 list actually i'm forgetting who that was now but that clip is available in the posts were at the border if you will someone comes out and does this foxtrot dance in namur the un some granted lines is a bunch of on this week we might as well caught ifp grant deadlineweek but first the itv digital open call has a deadline on march ii they're looking for fiction nonfiction linear trans media or other kinds of digital series that are still in preproduction and they can provide up to thirty thousand dollars in research and development funding to help you take your original digital conscious idea to the pilot stage for distribution on public media and our friends over it also film formerly the san francisco film society have yet another great grant opportunity with a deadline on march fifth this is a new when it's called the vulcain productions environmental fellowship and it offers you'd twenty five thousand dollars plus an adviser travel to san francisco and seattle and more to explore an important environmental our conservation story the needs to be told by documentary and on monday march fifth my former employer alma mater ifp as a couple of deadlines coming up that's what we did the research party until the oscars and then the day after we get down to business deadlines the ifp filmaker lab documentary section of the deadline is monday march fifth if you have a rough cut for your first film you can apply be a part of the illustrious ifp lab for a year long mentorship programme presented by the time warner foundation the ifp filmmaker labs ensure that talented emerging voices received the support resources in industry exposure necessary to complete market and distribute their first feature they focus exclusively on lowbudget features and it's very highly immersive program that provides filmmakers were the technical creative and strategic tools necessary to launch their films and their careers as well as very career building careeroriented it goes beyond just the first feature to open to all first time feature documentary directors with films in postproduction if you have forty minutes.

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"ifp" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"And other major cities all vying for peace reaction welcomed written by the ifp degree your show that focuses on how this new be this to everything from the way he thanked the very concept of money itself now here's your host brett chain this weather back to breaking banks i am brett kane and today we are talking about mobile first molo fist investing and a some of us are first of all our fellow care media her strong chevonne is joining us again them woken or iraq insurance alarm struggling did i be you already know that look at the stomach flu thing um but thanks for asking and abroad normally is back on his our expert on bush for and payments in general brian welcome back shark thank you for inviting me tom wonderful to be here yes great to have you back on our before we get to our first guest brennan krieger the ceo and cofounder stash we got a few announcement since unused to get through um on the conference says i two things our fellow provecho's jason henricks host defend take five he's going to beat the kim bankers association national conference for community bank is obree 2528 a waikiki um and that's all him that leadership management precious facing community banks and the staff and if you're headed do uh austin the south by cepa southwest they in provoke is the media partner for an exclusive finn take luminaries vip reception just met met message at jason henricks on twitter if you're interested intending and he will look after the arrest he can jas jason speaking south by on banking disrupted on tuesday march twelve from three thirty two through thirty pm like a so in the news underway guys have observed this ronan brian but have you observe the number of stories talking about the rate of disruption and the impact of disruption to banking is is speeding up and a more like you know for example last night of his a financial.

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"ifp" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Think that will end up what derails them in the long run not not necessarily the competition any ifp great point you wonder when tom brady will decide and nelson else and i think if it was up to his wife to sell he'd already be hanging a mob but i guess the way brady is looking at these forty he's the mvp the sport he's still 101 one when it comes to be in the best quarterback in a league so we say analysts in a five still dominate announced the winning javid shifts for april they'll fix it and you do wonder though don if brady is gonna have that for the cliff moment that peyton manning had remember peyton manning dark second of last year in denver you saw warning signs his second of last year then he came back for his final season which ended up leading to a super bowl 'cause the defense was so damn good but you watch peyton manning right out again he said while he's finished he's got left are your and our economy africo quickly with accurate carnot in a heartbreaking 'cause i always like manning and enjoyed watching them it's a two more point you you got ta at wh when he was talking about breeding bringing the greatest of all time and people for all my time in your face you see i don't i don't take it that way i i i kind of look at it in a couple of different ways joe montana might have been the most perfect quarterback i ever saw point in the super bowl e one four one three mvp's and the fourth one he really should have been the mvp out of why i think he have like a 115 quarterback rating but rice had like two wanted to stop me off study gave us the rice i mean a guy was definitely money in the playoffs and you got to give him a little profit on the perfection the only thing i never bother me about brady and i'm not knocking him the ball an email win with the best steamy of add you know the giants one in and beat them and brady is in that undefeated year bought defective brady though dan has donny with so many different supporting cast whether it's troy brown in david patten online whether it's cory dylan tv giving d r ranch.

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"ifp" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on WWL

"National academy of sciences looks at both the economy and one size or the private economy and then they looked at the cost of the tax payers on the other style and they can find notes to and basically the vast majority of immigrants are statistically that is for the past tears economically beneficial and for the ifp economy if they come here and they work or if they spend money here then it's also beneficial so it's a net positive uh for americans it can of course the more positive uh and that's why i think we need to be a little selective and when we let in uh to the united states especially focusing on keeping out violent and property criminals people who are national security threats people who have serious communicable diseases uh and people who are likely to uh or at least their statement to be very very dependent on me tested welfare benefits people led that are well let me let me ask you do things feet letter driving around right now saying net net gain are you kidding me net positive they they're drain on the system they don't pay taxes all they do is avail themselves of welfare in in different services social services at cetera paid by citizens and the second question well gun answer though in first yeah yeah no art wego if you're a legal immigrants and you come here on a green card you don't have access to the meat tested welfare benefits for the first five years the only exception to that is like emergency medical care if you show up at uh and mrgins zero the if you're illegal immigrants and you come here us zero access beneath tested welfare benefit than the united states with the exception of the emergency room um no matter how long you've been here if you in a work permit i can h one be visa or student visa you don't have any access either so they pay all the taxes that a normal person pays now illegal immigrants to um not pay as much as other people because they you know they cheat on their formed that cetera uh but the estimates are that they pay they fill out their odd w choose them their other forms uh tax forms about seventy five percent of the time prime but the.

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"ifp" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Uh uh tp link router into bridge mode it will probably be called bridge mode fair and that means is just going to pass through the routing yogi it's okay to let the ifp modem do the routing you just don't want it's wifi to be working right so you can is sometimes it says turnoff gnat sometimes as turnoff that is network address translation sometimes as turnoff dhc peace sometimes is just says go into bridge mode a pretty sure the tp links has a bridge mode setting so it will be luigi on so you have your you have your choice i know that with some ias peace modems they don't they say not i you gotta here's our router okay fine that case turn off the wifi radio only and put the tp lincoln the bridge about the idea being you don't want to routers and you don't want to wifi access points you want one of each but it's okay if it's okay if the ice pieces the router okay that makes sense yeah that that does may might say passed through mode about i mean i don't know what the languages because nobody agrees on what it is but that's you know typically geeks will call it bridge mud a basically i want to turn off the radio component of sure that yet for sure that if you can find ascending to turn off network address translation or dhc p or routing or put it in bridge mode turn that often than use the tp link for everything if not because in other words what you're doing his dumbing down that box mateen t to just be a k edges a dsl mona that's all it is now right if not then turn off the routing in the d in the atp link you don't want you can you know a technically you can have what they called dual that ord in both of them acting as a router but it can caused confusion and problems and sometimes speed issue so it's best only have one of them doing that yeah and i i don't i don't like this crowder i just got it out.

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"ifp" Discussed on APM: Marketplace Tech

APM: Marketplace Tech

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on APM: Marketplace Tech

"Right and he explained that the fact the question was about before the fact regulation at the fcc versus after the fact regulation at the ftc in his argument was that the more careful targeted scalpel so to speak of ftc enforcement is appropriate that is the best way to ensure that any competitive conduct is deterred and to make sure that companies have the strongest possible incentive to deploy infrastructure and as he put it the preemptive regulation that the fcc might seem appealing but it has very serious unintended consequences when you preemptively declare every single company united states monopolised and regulate them like a slowmoving utility unsurprisingly a slowmoving utility and an oligopoly in some markets is what you're going to get and so i think that the ftc enforcement is about much better way the scalpel of the ftc as opposed to the sledgehammer at the fcc so but even if some regulations go away to make it easier for new competition to enter the bradman market starting in ifp is still breathtaking only expensive and difficult how long might it be before consumers benefit from increased competition while two different points i think of the these have hinted regulations make that business case even more difficult in so takes us in the opposite direction of getting more competition secondly if you look at a lot of the initiatives we've engaged in over the past year in terms of directing federal subsidies to unserved areas to modernizing our rules to get consumers from copper to fiber those are initiatives that are actively underway and i would say in the coming here as we are going to see massive investments in infrastructure not just as a result of this uh of these internet regulations being removed but because of those initiatives and over time consumers will see the bang for the buck and when it comes to broadband deployment what are the regulations what what is the biggest thing holding back ice peace right now i think the biggest thing is simply the regulatory barriers that stand in the way of broadband deployment for example if you want to lay fiber over a federal.

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"ifp" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"Right and he explained that the fact the question was about before the fact regulation at the fcc versus after the fact regulation at the ftc in his argument was that the more careful targeted scalpel so to speak of ftc enforcement is appropriate that is the best way to ensure that any competitive conduct is deterred and to make sure that companies have the strongest possible incentive to deploy infrastructure and as he put it the preemptive regulation that the fcc might seem appealing but it has very serious unintended consequences when you preemptively declare every single company united states monopolised and regulate them like a slowmoving utility unsurprisingly a slowmoving utility and an oligopoly in some markets is what you're going to get and so i think that the ftc enforcement is about much better way the scalpel of the ftc as opposed to the sledgehammer at the fcc so but even if some regulations go away to make it easier for new competition to enter the bradman market starting in ifp is still breathtaking only expensive and difficult how long might it be before consumers benefit from increased competition while two different points i think of the these have hinted regulations make that business case even more difficult in so takes us in the opposite direction of getting more competition secondly if you look at a lot of the initiatives we've engaged in over the past year in terms of directing federal subsidies to unserved areas to modernizing our rules to get consumers from copper to fiber those are initiatives that are actively underway and i would say in the coming here as we are going to see massive investments in infrastructure not just as a result of this uh of these internet regulations being removed but because of those initiatives and over time consumers will see the bang for the buck and when it comes to broadband deployment what are the regulations what what is the biggest thing holding back ice peace right now i think the biggest thing is simply the regulatory barriers that stand in the way of broadband deployment for example if you want to lay fiber over a federal.

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"ifp" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Just give us a call z six one seven two three seven one two three four guide their much according to court to arguments glass sheet uh so the of wildcat sprained i'm between different locations does appointments and shoop family court between february of two thousand thirteen and september of 2014 so it they don't have a dentist in the prison they actually take you to a dentist i guess that's kind of bizarro thank like a local family dentists like there's a kid while the white his son and daughter like year for a nice locally and there's just a federal prisoners apparently walk the walk in the kids and there's nothing to be afraid of everybody goes he's a person like you and me eight on their while all right so in essence this guy raped and then pimped out these prisoners per himself and friends of his or people that work on them as a creep weird if i don't have an issue with that if it was the right prisoners i guess not why you send certain people to prison you just want him to like at like the boston marathon bomber yes art of you almost would love to have them go to prison being jan pop yes that horrific thing yet so it's like the right prisoner i guess it depends like what their crimes were exactly and i mean even then i guess shouldn't happen but you know i mean well not by the cop or actually about this don't get caught known i mean if you don't get caught i have no issue with ifp leader to meet the right prison area now you're right of slightly okay with that punishment yeah because with i could never say the boston bomber's name that's why calm the boston bomber starting now what is it joe car sinai joke or jersey are not yet that's probably had always diet probably not shut up probably not the way it's pronounce in his country but that's.

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"ifp" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on KOIL

"Should not be point now it is but it police if it were nickel admitted cannot oppose the federal government what they're really talking about these immigration oh then quite frankly we're going to find out if the constitution are not here pretty shortly the as you know the picture of federal judges and the ifp four i would quite frankly i called it a hollow law the law that and that requires police officers the do what they were already supposed to be doing anyway i don't disagree on that if we keep coming up with the active everywhere by statebystate there are you nailed it unconstitutional and congress sitting there but you know i gotta give them credit gave him a month ago that line in the family let's get down talk about it not only is the congress we dipped republican party control for house on the planet and right here i think that the republican party through our us congress then the about to the play and get some type of lake galilee we can come of a thing you know amnesties at work i could have been shipped may be a bad word maybe we should review the 1960 five immigration reform baugh media we should not have a chain family chain immigration more but these keith are american do you are going to the trump administration would have a job two two that wasn't established by we will have a temporary injunction and it will be deportable now do you agree with me under the that on whittier rep day let them earned their red and the sure we can talk that early gotta at omb cut you short we're gonna have to ended their maria stay safe with hurricane that hurricane that's headed your way hurricane or i can remember the name we have too many hurricanes these days and francisco we appreciate you being on when we come back i'm looking at the phones people i don't know why they are compelled to call me and told me i'm not going there evacuated i'm not leave and i would suggest you leave that's fight advice especially if it's an evacuation order this is serious bad stuff here we'll take a break more on hurricane armor when we come back this is the sean hannity show oh.

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"ifp" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"ifp" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"I then moved in to networking um worked with a contentdistribution network who did a appear to pay a distribution network purity appear huh that's pretty good yeah yeah well that what they started out with initially walls providing bittorrent cash is to ifp so the ifp would have to pay for the upstream cost to the internet and cream instead just cash the win analysts dreams rights feeling hub bittorrent was ruined by people using it too much for piracy her bit where i think would have been a really fantastic for all sorts of web content delivery videostreaming so many things but you know since a god so associated with pirating mp threes in and videos it's kind of your black mark i don't know i think if it had been the right solution technically than it would have one eye on its own merit anyway uh i you know the legal fight of vat on thank was really the main influence wrote that necessarily well on the live really i get the reason why i thought i had i it's because i was that busy walking a company where walsh using bittorrent on walks trying to provide a hey how you do a cd and using h pit i don't know i long ago for me to give your answer about the i'm going to felt mile all right uh as he did that for a while was adam python or something else so i can't remember at what point things that didn't apply senate would either when i was working in speechrecognition on.

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