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The Glossy Podcast

05:54 min | 4 months ago

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"So that's the capacity will see those designers who show our doors at feeling a little more comfortable to add a few more guests in weirdo with while i'm Think one big change you will see. This season has never been so many outdoor shows Junior cash so we all crying for a week of san but it's also very very nice to see how creative location research when this season Thomas great vocations designers really came up. Yeah what can you tell me about demand from designers and who wants to show this season. Is it a slower build to maybe where it was or Yeah Are you at capacity. Also in terms of designers. Yes absolutely Absolutely i think in around may june. We saw really an explosion of requests. Who wanted to show people came to ask any produce our show. Can you found the location. We wanna do something so everyone is really optimistic. And i'm extremely excited about this season. Our schedule your swing studios is outside nearly overbooked. There's no slot effluent in any of the venues. We have here the same That i'm focused. Produced offside of side. We produce three four five on sundays so we are really busy. I'm i think businesses completely back to work. Everyone is excited to see each other again. some people are doing now. Small dinners obstacle cockpits outside which is something that just did not happen over the last year so to acid it sounds like a little bit of a comeback season after these like very challenging sixteen. Eighteen months nice leave into the dinners. What are some other trends in terms of format are more people doing presentations are they. Doing runway shows Yeah what's happening. Yeah i would say. The main trend is probably out of shows. I think we're doing four or five off shows people to show in haaretz on rooftops. came up with really creative ideas in the middle of the street So i think that's the main main trend. Yeah and then..

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The Glossy Podcast

03:34 min | 4 months ago

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"To friends screwed up in recent Over the next few seasons on exchange they committed to continuously showing in new york city all the way through twenty twenty two That's helped to to really helping out those designers to people showing like i said it's really important and we worked very closely with the this season. We obviously have a long history of working together with this year. Am collaborating with them But this season it's the first time ever in the new york fashion week history that we published together. It's combined scheduled between see if we're running the new schedule than i am. Who is running Show so there's a lot of 'em new rate Activation activities Coming up because we had a tend to speak about this embassy of the last year. Yes this calendar a collaboration. It didn't get. I feel like the president deserve. This is interesting. And i feel like also you know the press has done. Its part to really fuel. This idea that there are dueling fashion calendars. It wasn't quite the i guess. War that it made out to be is that correct. What was the partnership in the past. No i don't think it's ever been a war. I mean in the end we all were gone for the same objective in that is giving american fashion the stage and the audience that it deserves stride but of course over the last year when we've been seeing that consume less spend less money on clothing. It affects the designer in the end of the effect each designers Sayid so it's even more important that the two mutations who who who are really in charge of helping designers to succeed am in the us cfda. I am that we work closely together and collaborate on to to to to collaborate in the best possible way to support these designers doing this really challenging Year yes what can you tell me about. The support or the different approach designers are taking to ensure they're able to make a go of a fashion show. There's all there have been various numbers thrown around in terms of what it takes to put on a fashion. Show the cost of it all. How are you. I guess helping them out here. If at all are they seeking out some sponsors. I know at one time like lowe's was sponsoring fashion shows for the individual designers. Go ahead we. I mean there's a lot of a lot of different elements a weakened or are we supporting. I'm designers wanted us. Of course if you elect to ensure at spring studios Terrific world class infrastructure. That starts with.

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The Life and Loves of Elizabeth Taylor

Even the Rich

02:18 min | 5 months ago

The Life and Loves of Elizabeth Taylor

"Img thank you so much for joining us today. We're really excited to chat with you. Yeah we're super stoked to get into. Elizabeth taylor's filmography thank you so much for inviting me. I'm i'm eager to have this conversation. Yeah so before we start. Mg can you introduce yourself to our listeners. Who are you what he no well. We only have an hour. That's going to be I guess my official title is. I'm an associate professor In the english department at usc. I've written often on popular culture Actually i started out as newsday's political cartoonist. And in there in one thousand nine hundred four. I published forever barbie the unauthorized biography of a real doll. Which did well in enabled me to leave the newspaper And of course the next woke followed logically from forever barbie. It was a cultural history of nasa's jet propulsion laboratory in a way though it is a book. End to forever barbie because forever. Barbie discussed the mid twentieth century. Construction of femininity more. Recently i wrote the accidental feminists tau elizabeth taylor raised our consciousness and we were too distracted by her beauty to notice. The whole book is the subtitle so How did you become a fan of elizabeth taylor. And what drew you to write about her life and career. Thank you about ten years ago. I was dating someone relentlessly inappropriate and yang and her friends and her friends friends and i ended up in a vacation. House in palm springs or the streets are all named after fifties era movie stars frank sinatra drive and so forth and that first night all we had for entertainment was a boxed. Set elizabeth taylor. Dvd's and we thought we were going to have a you know a long evening of champ. You started watching. And we were amazed not just by the quality of the films and her acting but by the actual content the feminist content movies

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MarTech Podcast

02:15 min | 6 months ago

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"Do you find that in sports media. I know in radio. There's individual shows that are around one sports or at least a local market. You get a local sports channel. They're gonna talk about the bears and the giants and the cardinals. and the forty niners. And maybe the raiders. Even though they're in vegas they kind of bounce around from individual topic but with podcasting feeds you can be more verticalised. You can just have one specific show. I've seen this on the professional level where there is a warrior show sponsored by the athletic core nbc. But i haven't seen it in the collegiate level where there is the cal bears basketball show by anybody other than the cal athletic program. Maybe it's just because cal. Flex aren't as popular as texas in alabama and florida and some of the other major programs. But are you seeing sort of vertical is shows that are individual sports or school specific. I think there's a huge opportunity there and actually more nuance than what you think. Because college sports people tend to be fans of whatever that our team is playing. Even if they don't know the rules of the game like would we started doing e. sports at the college level. I saw some great tweets from college. Sports fans die hard like tennessee football fans. They're like my team is doing well and east sports. I don't know what that is. But i'm a tennessee band so go volunteers and i think there is as you said kind of across sport affinity but then there are some programs and often it could be the revenue generating sports football basketball but it also could be some of the olympic sports where the fans a lot has been written recently about the fans being very fluid in that. They don't get a lot of game day or meet day content because of the nature of the sport there van said they are used to looking for nontraditional content to keep up with what's happening in gymnastics or field hockey or swimming or rowing. So i think there's opportunity to do exactly what you are talking about in especially because of that community element. I think we talked about that. A couple of episodes ago is that. There's nothing like that college community. College community can be rallied around a specific type. And i think you're onto

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Sports Marketing Podcasts Opportunities With Learfield IMG College CMO Jennifer Davis

MarTech Podcast

02:15 min | 6 months ago

Sports Marketing Podcasts Opportunities With Learfield IMG College CMO Jennifer Davis

"Do you find that in sports media. I know in radio. There's individual shows that are around one sports or at least a local market. You get a local sports channel. They're gonna talk about the bears and the giants and the cardinals. and the forty niners. And maybe the raiders. Even though they're in vegas they kind of bounce around from individual topic but with podcasting feeds you can be more verticalised. You can just have one specific show. I've seen this on the professional level where there is a warrior show sponsored by the athletic core nbc. But i haven't seen it in the collegiate level where there is the cal bears basketball show by anybody other than the cal athletic program. Maybe it's just because cal. Flex aren't as popular as texas in alabama and florida and some of the other major programs. But are you seeing sort of vertical is shows that are individual sports or school specific. I think there's a huge opportunity there and actually more nuance than what you think. Because college sports people tend to be fans of whatever that our team is playing. Even if they don't know the rules of the game like would we started doing e. sports at the college level. I saw some great tweets from college. Sports fans die hard like tennessee football fans. They're like my team is doing well and east sports. I don't know what that is. But i'm a tennessee band so go volunteers and i think there is as you said kind of across sport affinity but then there are some programs and often it could be the revenue generating sports football basketball but it also could be some of the olympic sports where the fans a lot has been written recently about the fans being very fluid in that. They don't get a lot of game day or meet day content because of the nature of the sport there van said they are used to looking for nontraditional content to keep up with what's happening in gymnastics or field hockey or swimming or rowing. So i think there's opportunity to do exactly what you are talking about in especially because of that community element. I think we talked about that. A couple of episodes ago is that. There's nothing like that college community. College community can be rallied around a specific type. And i think you're onto

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MarTech Podcast

08:11 min | 6 months ago

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"Include florida state university of texas. And of course the university of california go bears so far this week jennifer and i have talked about collegiate sports and how they impact consumer brands marketing challenges and yesterday we talked about radios role in sports marketing. Today we're going to wrap our conversation as i get jennifer's thoughts on a sports podcast idea that i had this. Podcast is sponsored by hub spot. So why is it so important to have reporting as part of your company's crm. We'll have you ever spent a day. Niba be spreadsheets reconciling. Different data sources. Trying to figure out what's actually driving your business performance. The reality is that when teams use multiple systems the data informing your insights becomes incredibly difficult to reconcile and trust pub spot. Sierra platform was built differently. It was handcrafted from the ground up and not cobbled together through acquisitions so rather than having insights locked away in different silent systems. Your entire team has access to one unified system so you can align your team to a single source of truth and get a clear view of your businesses performance across marketing sales services. The whole team helps will help your team. Adapt and evolve as fast as the changes in your market by enabling you to make better smarter data back decisions through custom reporting and built in analytics to learn more about how you can scale your company without scaling complexity. Got a hub spot dot com. And this podcast is also sponsored by linked in marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How do i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you market on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion makers on linked in and that's why seventy eight percent of b2b marketers rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as an organic growth channel syndicate our content. And i use it as an advertising channel to retarget martic podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to lead generation linked. In will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also re target based on custom triggers from your website. Even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. There's some terms and conditions apply. But you can get it by going to linked in dot com slash martin again. It's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign going to lincoln dot com slash. Mar tech all right. Here's the third part of my conversation. With jennifer davis. Cmo of learfield. Img college jennifer. Welcome back to the tech podcast. Thank you so much. It's great to be here. I appreciate you coming back for a third time. And honestly this is really to self-indulgent. I got an idea and i just want your thoughts on it. Okay i have actually already done this when i started podcasting professionally. Originally what i did was. I started to podcast martic podcast and a show called for the fans by the fans and both were launched the same day and both of them did relatively well coming out of the gates. The tech podcast. I don't have to explain that one to you for the fans by the fans was basically me interviewing other sports fans about what their best sports moments are and it was a little bit of what's happening in the sports world from the view of someone that lives in the midwest and a little bit of me just talking trash to dodger fans. What's happening with these two podcasts. Which was an interesting experiment to run at one. One was beat. Ac- and my idea was that i was making it so the president of fanatics. Who's a friend of mine and old co worker would hopefully sponsor or by the show or i was doing the mar- tech podcast to try to generate consulting revenue and the marta. Podcast ended up going much faster. Because i was able to tap into an audience that had a marketing vehicle behind it the people that i was interviewing larger followings. I started getting viral organic growth. But i had this. Sports marketing podcast. That was doing relatively well for a podcast so secretly. When i retire when i'm done with business podcasting on reboot my for the fans by the fans. Podcast and i'm gonna do local sports marketing podcasts. A need your help talk to me about the business of monetization for podcast content. I'm assuming that you guys have some sort of plays in podcasting. What do you know about that environment. Well for us. Podcast other audio programming or video. Programming for that matter is part of the solution that we bring to our brands so it is rare that we would approach somebody about just sponsoring one episode of a podcast or something like that. It's more of a holistic program intended to deliver an audience and to really get a message out there. So i would say the foremost thing. Is that anything that we would do is in the context of a basket of services and different inventory items that we bring targeted to what the brand wants to accomplish. But i would say that a lot of the same rules that applied to other kinds of sponsorship apply to this well. It's about who that audience is creating really compelling content that keeps people coming back to it and earning that loyalty and and then biting brands. That not only want to target that same audience but kind of batch. The feel of what you're trying to accomplish. So if the podcast itself has a bit of a quirky voice or an irreverent take on something finding brands that wanna talk in the same way to their audiences. So all of those. I think factor in. I love the idea like part of college sports fan. Experience is as you said kind of trash talking the fan of the rival team and having somebody to goad on game day. I suspect there's a way to monetize that and turn that into something that generates a following. I have to say. I feel like i have a couple of tricks in my bag and talking trash to opposing fans actually might be close to top of the list. Something that a truly enjoy specifically dodger fans than stanford fans thanked lent. Everybody needs a superpower right so that can be yours. That's great and it's either talking about marketing or talking about sports. Those were the two things that i figured i did. Well when i started in podcasting the thought that i had when i was launching for the fans by the fans was that the bill simmons podcast was a national podcast and an incredibly successful one and then he spun out vertically podcast that were on a per sports basis. But i think that a lot of sports fans are centered around their specific teams. Do you find that in sports media. I know in radio. There's individual shows that are around one sports or at least a local market. You get a local sports channel. They're gonna talk about the bears and the giants and the cardinals. and the forty niners. And maybe the raiders. Even though they're in vegas they kind of bounce around from individual topic but with podcasting feeds you can be more verticalised. You can just have one specific show. I've seen this on the professional level where there is a warrior show sponsored by the athletic core nbc. But i haven't seen it in the collegiate level where there is the cal bears basketball show by anybody other than the cal athletic program. Maybe it's just because cal. Flex aren't as popular as texas in alabama and florida and some of the other major programs. But are you seeing sort of vertical is shows that are.

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Strong Opinion Sports

03:37 min | 6 months ago

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"The best at everything, you do offer prepared for anything, you know, in all facets of life and outside of just football we're preparing and developing young men to be meaningful contributors at the next level right away. That's that's really are selling point off. If you could go back, you do that, right? A hundred percent. Yeah, it sounds. I mean, I'm like that sounds amazing. What I would have given to not have to deal with like other like focus on football with my actual passion would have been incredible in high school. Yeah. And it's not unique. Sorry. Like but in Europe, they have schools for soccer. They're like this. I mean, it's in America, for some reason, we don't have more of IMG Academy places, but in Europe, everywhere there are places like IMG that are sent around soccer. So it's not like, it's just crazy abstract thing. It only happens at IMG it's just not in America very much. Absolutely. Absolutely. And I think dead, I am G as in, you know, the first to do it but they're the first to do it at the level that they're doing it. And at the same time, their whole philosophy, I say they're our whole philosophy at. I g is we want to see development and at every stage in their life we have eighth graders, right? And we have postgraduate kids, all different ages, all different, knowledge's of their sport, right? Speaking on IG. I am G as a whole, we want to see development at the end of the day and there's no place like here that you know, kids are able to develop and study the game at a young age, I'm teaching seventh and eighth graders off. I didn't learn. So I was a sophomore at college. So that's that's what really makes this place special. when you talked about JJ McCarthy, I too thought I heard a stories about it reminded me of Tom Brady, a guy who wants to make his teammates better and this doesn't have to be you don't answer specifically for JJ but how can a quarterback make his teammates better Like I said, you have to make them believe in themselves and I think Tom Brady does that I think JJ does that. I think Josh Allen does that you know I think Pat Mahomes does that but he took they're all leaders to the point where they're so confident in their preparation that they have undeniable belief that they're going to win. Like there's no thought that ever goes to their kind of oh well if I make these mistakes, we might lose their thinking. No, I'm going to go out and embarrass this team. I'm going to go out and throw for four hundred yards and five touchdowns and 0 pics. Cuz I don't throw pigs like baths. Just undeniable confidence to go out and ball out and when you see that as a receiver at, I didn't do line or running back you believe it, right? You start to see your leadership not only being the voice but they're leading with play, then you're you're like, okay, I'm going to get behind this guy and it's going to make me play the best I can be. So that's really my advice to Young. Quarterbacks in particular, is if you don't believe in yourself and you don't, Like exude that confidence. You can't you can't be a great quarterback, right? Like I've never met a great quarterback. That was a bad leader or that was quiet or was shy, like all great quarterbacks I've ever met just had that undeniable like willingness to be great..

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Strong Opinion Sports

04:56 min | 6 months ago

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"Amount of preparation before they get to college. And most of those students, go on to play big-time college football, whether it's SEC, Big 10, Pac-12, whatever it maybe that's kind of their Niche now, the varsity program is more structure out for your typical High School varsity program. You see around the country kids come from all over the world really some kids have never even played football before. And obviously, that Varsity program service is a whole different student. A Thursday. You know, then Bo scarbrough let's say who is you know a national team running back back in the day. So and then we have our post-graduate football team, which is a really cool opportunity for those people. They just feel like they didn't have enough opportunities offered chances, or maybe it was academics or injuries. We have the post-graduate football team, which Services, those student-athletes needs, or maybe they had a coded season taken away from them, the post-graduate football team is something. I feel like it's really beneficial to those student-athletes that use that. Do you have fun? Cuz I mean, I you're not a normal high school coach. You're not at dinkey, like frankly, Skyview High School. You're not a gym teacher on the side, like you get to work with the best in America at what they do. And sometimes in the world, I mean, is that fun to like have? Cuz it's a no, I mean, it's so crazy. You're twenty-four years old, roughly, you're my age and your the Special Teams coordinator your receiver coach work with these incredible athletes. Like how fun is that? It's incredible. And honestly it's what's the reason I do is because I log In every single day. And I only not only learned from the other coaches and learn from, you know, my own experience I learned from the players as well and I get feedback from them. I might teach them something, teach them a concept, teach them a technique. And then I'm like, what do you guys think of that? I want their feedback and their response because then I'm grown as a coach to. So it works hand-in-hand for me and that's why I love this job and I get the most out of it because there's a lot of high school football coaches out there that would love to be coaching at IMG Academy. And so, you know, I'm, I'm blessed to be in this position and I have fun every day showing up to work. Yeah, you have a job where I have a job to like this, where I look around, like so many people loved to do what I do and I'm never going to take it for granted. I love talking about sports. It's the most beautiful thing I could ever have as a career. And I'm sure you feel that same way just like, man, I'm so glad I get to do this month..

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Strong Opinion Sports

04:57 min | 6 months ago

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"321. Oh my goodness, good morning, good afternoon, whatever it is for you. I hope you're having a fantastic day. My name is Zach. Tumblr is a strong opinion, Sports episode 369. Nice. It's a very very nice episode number. The NBA finals are over in Iraq now football season pretty crazy. We have, I saw today, there are 50 days until the NFL season begins and hold my goodness. Now, I'm so excited. I mean, I think it's very clear. Like I, that's my favorite sport. I cannot wait till football season, truly begins. And from here on out, like, I might have Austin on the show to talk about like the hockey expansion draft, that might be like on Sunday, I'll cover form of the one every two weeks. You know, there's a race about every two weeks but man like from here on out until like February or March, probably April when the NFL draft happens like dead It's football. There's now a football show for like the next. Again, occasional cover form of the one. We'll see what happens with like Ben Simmons in free agency. But for the most part, this is now a, a football podcast from here on out for like the next six months and oh gosh man. I'm so excited. It's very cold here today, it's in the sixties which, you know, it's July and Faith makes me angry, like, I really am excited to leave where I live. It's eighty degrees in Honolulu today, it's 65 last. I checked the weather and it's, it's, you know, afternoon now. So I live in most bipolar. It was a hundred seventy degrees like a month ago now. It's 66 degrees in July, I'm excited to leave excited to move. Moving has taken over my life. Now today, what we're going to talk about cuz again, next episode. Hey, football football, football film analysis. Like lots of stuff is on the way on today's episode though. We're talking about the NBA Finals game. Check out what happened. We will talk about Formula One. I do have a very, very cool guest appearance from a guy who James prices guy, I played football against him in high school, we go way back. He is now a coach at IMG Academy which is that's a whole story and of itself..

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MarTech Podcast

19:14 min | 6 months ago

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"Use their services include florida state university of texas. And of course the university of california go bears yesterday jennifer and i talked about collegiate sports and consumer brand marketing challenges. And today we're gonna continue the conversation talking about audio's role in sports marketing. This podcast is sponsored by hub spot. So why is it so important to have reporting as part of your company's crm. Well have you ever spent a day. Nip nepean in spreadsheets reconciled. Different data sources trying to figure out what's actually driving your business performance. The reality is that when teams use multiple systems the data informing your insights becomes incredibly difficult to reconcile entrust hubs spots. Serum platform was built differently. It was handcrafted from the ground up and not cobbled together through acquisition so rather than having insights locked away in different silos systems. Your entire team has access to one unified system so you can align your team to a single source of truth and get a clear view of your business performance across marketing sales services. The whole team hotspot will help your team adapt and evolve as fast as the changes in your market by enabling you to make better smarter data back decisions through custom reporting and built in analytics to learn more about how you can scale your company without scaling complexity could hub spot dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by lincoln marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you market on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion decision makers on linked in and that's why seventy eight percent of be to be martyrs rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as inorganic growth channel to syndicate our content. And i use it as an advertising channel to retarget martic podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to generation. Lincoln will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also target based on custom triggers from your website or even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first linked in campaign. There's some terms and conditions. But you can get it by going to lincoln dot com slash martin. Again it's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign but going to lincoln dot com slash mar tech art. Here's the second part of my conversation. With jennifer davis. Cmo at learfield. Img college jennifer. Welcome back to the mark podcast. Thanks for having me excited to continue our conversation and probably talked too much about the golden bears. If i haven't mentioned it i'm kind of a fan yesterday. We talked a little bit about sports marketing. In general and how can provide a medium for brands to engage with passionate communities but it also allows them to target the college sports fan or relatively broad demographic and you can do it locally regionally or nationally. One of the ways that i've experienced sports marketing. The most is through audio. And i think that this is a developing medium. I'm obviously biased as a podcast host. But i think of sports marketing being primarily driven from me as a radio medium. Something that's maybe going away not decreasing a little bit. I wanted to talk to you. A little bit about. Audio's role in sports marketing. Tell us about how big of a portion of sports marketing audio marketing ends up making up his just radio. Still we get a lot of radio for sure. We actually operate over forty different radio. Affiliates and in addition to that we have streaming content as well and increasing way are innovating on that side of the house as well and i think audio has a long-term place podcasting is not a new technology but yet it has really caught on and is area. That's continuing to grow and i think the same applies to any accessible consumable content about things you're passionate about and who's more passionate than college sports fans. That's what gets me. As i'm sitting here listening to the games or often the post game show if i actually get to go to a game of young children so that happens less now than ever before but soon going to be able to drag them with me to the games as well and we listen to the post game and we hear this broadcast brought to you by learfield. Img college and all of a sudden now not only my hearing the ads at you're presenting but i'm hearing which brand is yours. I have questions about the technology behind audio. You mentioned that. There is traditional terrestrial radio there's streaming services. Obviously podcasts as well. Help understand the balance of those three mediums in terms of order of magnitude. You know what's the size difference between radio. Is there still more market. Share there than in the streaming services or in podcasting for sports marketing. Either radio has been around for multiple decades a while a little while so it had it had start on lots of other options. And frankly what we're doing in streaming are different things they're more editorial in nature less gameplay reporting and we're doing things that actually blur the too is well so for instance our radio shows we now actually record the announcers talking about the games and the like and we've created a whole other set of content called behind the mic that china light on the reporting on sports and so we're going to increasingly see these lines blur in a bit where maybe the consumer would care less about where exactly they're finding the content and they care more about what the content is and if it's meaningful and enhancing their experiences a fan so whether it's listening to the game because they were able to make it to the stadium and they had other things busy their hands that day and it's a kind of the ultimate sports multitask or they're using it as a way to get additional insights editorial about the game even as you said the post game. Is that kind of thing again. I'm seeing much more blurred lines moving forward but trust radio certainly has a big role in the sports experienced today. There has to be a generational component into this as well. And maybe i'm just speaking from my own experience. But i go to the game with the old blue bloods. My dad's best friend. George is in his mid eighties. He sits down at the game which we like. We lament carry him up the stairs and he listens to the radio while he's watching the game because he wants to hear the announcer talking about what's happening after the game. Me being the next generation down. I turn on the stream of the game to hear the post game analysis and i think probably the younger generation who is more into sound bites and shorter form. Content is probably going to either social media or two things like podcasts whether getting snapshots and recaps to be able to consume content defined that there's a generational gap between the three mediums. I would say in broad terms yes and often. it's just the habits that have formed. College fans are as habitual as the players can be sometimes of superstitious about the way they show up as a fan. Been walking around the whole stadium twice before the game starts is not weird. I'm not judging. If you're you're lucky socks to the game again. I'm not judging a don't mess with what works but i would also say what i think is interesting about the examples that you show is that we think of over the top or shoulder content as big a new thing. But here's your eighty year old friend. Who has been consuming. The game in two ways simultaneously for decades and i think the common thing is now just people have more choice so people can choose between these options in a way that maybe that level and breadth of choice just didn't exist when people started watching so talk me about some of the uses of the technology between obviously terrestrial radio streaming and then it will call it podcasting or social media this sort of short form content. What are the brands. That are using audio well to reach sports marketers. You know one of those campaigns look like a common thing that i see is that it's the relevance you mentioned a local brand anderson carpet. That's their name. I finally remembered that. Live along the anderson carpet and the players run out onto the court with the blue and gold carpet and the band. Plays every loves anderson carpets. And i think one of the things that makes that powerful and we see plenty examples of bizet and other brands they stick to own something they name it. They seek to make it a part of the skull tradition and have that associated with their brand. And i feel like that's true in the pageantry in the stadium but it also can translate to other medium as well audio where they're telling a story they're part of the fabric of the experience of the game and so again i think it comes down to what is your brand. Want to be known for her. And how can you best use the nuances in these different media to really connect in a meaningful way with vans that you're trying to address the question i have for you on the topic is we'll talk a little bit about evaluation and and i think this is specifically problem with radio. I know that we struggle with attribution in the podcast game as well right. It's not a traditional digital format of content where there is a click so you get your attribution and you can understand the exact. Roi of someone that was exposed to your ad. How're brands using radio. Podcasts streaming knowing that they're getting in people's ears and not necessarily having them tap on a screen we use a lot of different methodologies. They're certainly it start. Says did we deliver the audience that we said we were going to deliver. So there's proof performance that brands get but in terms of the impact of that. It comes down to a number of tools. Sometimes we'll use evaluation metrics by third parties that are evaluating the impact before and after certain brand content was heard in sampling methodology. There are others. That used very much offer driven so it still contextual and still meant to be non eruptive natural but at the same time. You're driving foot traffic to the local pizza place within the bounds of that radio broadcast or the like so. There's kind of offer related things that could serve as a proxy for feedback as well ultimately some things like the long-term brandon partners that we've had in radio really do take a long view of it and they want to be associated with that and that play and that team and they've kinda wanna own that real estate if you will for the long term and so often they're looking at it as a long term investment in the community that they want to be a part of. There's a mini version of me hiding back. There isn't that i see true bear fab. It would only be right for you to pass along to your children. What so proudly passed to you. That's how it works on his destined to be tortured. Golden bear fan. He just showed up in the background. And i just want to let everybody know that in the five songs that i sing him before bed. It is a terrible rendition with all of the words. Wrong of the cal fight song. Because you know. I didn't go to cal. I just know the tune. I love everything about this. Is exactly why sports marketing is so great. Mostly specifically for regional and local talent is that it is such a heartfelt medium of entertainment that people really do feel invested. I'm i'm thinking of another ad. That i hear it all the callups that i've been hearing forever. Nobody beats berkeley toyota. They never have and they never will. That's a radio ad that been playing for thirty years. And if i needed to get a toyota. I'd probably go to berkeley. Because i think of the berkeley toyota ads and my son should. He need a toyota at any point. We'll probably hear that ad for thirty years as well l. absolutely and he'll be signing up for his toyota for sure mel. The problem is attribution. I think that in podcasting. We really struggle with this. And when i'm selling podcasts. Sponsorships often what i'm saying is look the promo codes the vanity. Our ells you're gonna capture about ten percent of the market of traffic that you're actually driving people who really actually going to engage with their brand ten percent of murder. Remember your promo code. We're going to remember the url. Ninety percent of the people are going to hear that ad file little way in their mental machine and then come back six months later and be like Why did i think about buying a toyota from berkeley. That's interesting and they're not thinking of the promo code. They're not thinking the ad it's about awareness but there's no way to attribute that so how do marketers make that investment and rationalized. The i wanna commit long-term. I want to be part of this community and maybe this is a good investment. But i'm never going to be able to figure it out because there is no hard core attribution. I'm big fan. Is just as much as anyone as spender of marketing dollars for wanting attribution and wanting a crisp roi calculation and for wanting to align certain marketing tactics to the buyer's journey and a pipeline. And what's interesting. Is that no consumer or business. Decision maker either for that matter falls orderly through a sales funnel through awareness and consideration a preference orderly to the sale. It unified way. The sales funnel is much more like a pinball machine where people are bouncing off content and they are familiarizing themselves marketing working together with sales and other outreach efforts to keep the ball in motion and really. It's win a message. Hit the ears of the customer anywhere from fifteen twenty twenty seven times depending on what research you here does it start to become part of them and become easily recyclable. Like you did with that toyota ad in show. There's a region frequency that stands the test of time. And that means you're gonna over spray in some areas and you're going to target in some areas but i do feel like the it's in the combination it's in the adding the repetition to the targeting. So for instance. You're in the stadium where you're listening to the advertisements and then those same brands are showing up in your social media feed or provider sponsoring content specifically targeted to your interest. And you're saying maybe digital ad show up on websites. You're visiting the official athletic sightseeing their ads. They're all of those things work in combination so at the end of the day you might end up clicking the digital ad when you're shopping for a car but it's only because you've heard the ad on the radio you've seen the ad in the stadium again. Part of this community is just reinforcing. The relationship that the brands have and so sometimes attribution can absolutely be measured in is very finite and others. It's part of marketing. Mix where you're driving toward an outcome to region audience with a message in trying to optimize his best you can with that enveloped the region frequency or the metrics. That you can actually count. Here's the number of people we hit. Here's how many times we hit them. Those are the sort of hang your hat. Tangible metrics that you can get from audio and what is misleading as people think of awareness and being like okay once you're aware you're always aware and that's not true you need to consistently be building awareness in. It's not just the fact that somebody is aware it is that you are top of mind when they enter that very short timeframe of purchase intent and to me. That's one of the reasons why audio advertising specifically you know having a longer term engagement in this case. we're talking about sports marketing. Hey berkeley toyota. You know. I've always going to remember that ad because you've been hitting me up for thirty years and i think having the opportunity and the placement to do that with an audience that you know is going to be ripe for your producter services as a logical way to spend your marketing budget even without that really precise transactional type of attribution and that wraps up. This episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation. With jennifer davis. Cmo of learfield img college in the third part of this interview which will publish tomorrow. Were jennifer and i are going to vet. Mice sports marketing. Podcast idea. if you can't wait until the next episode and you'd like to learn more about jennifer you can click on the link to her linked in profile in our show notes. 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MarTech Podcast

08:22 min | 6 months ago

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"Technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the marta podcast today. We're gonna talk about using athletics. As a platform for marketing. Success joining us is jennifer davis. Who's the cmo at learfield img college. Which is one of the largest collegiate sports marketing companies learfield represents more than one hundred of the nation's top collegiate properties in the ncaa and as a corporate member of the association of national advertisers universities that use their services include florida state university of texas. And of course the university of california go bears yesterday jennifer and i talked about collegiate sports and consumer brand marketing challenges. And today we're gonna continue the conversation talking about audio's role in sports marketing. This podcast is sponsored by hub spot. 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The whole team hotspot will help your team adapt and evolve as fast as the changes in your market by enabling you to make better smarter data back decisions through custom reporting and built in analytics to learn more about how you can scale your company without scaling complexity could hub spot dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by lincoln marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you market on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion decision makers on linked in and that's why seventy eight percent of be to be martyrs rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as inorganic growth channel to syndicate our content. And i use it as an advertising channel to retarget martic podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to generation. Lincoln will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also target based on custom triggers from your website or even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first linked in campaign. There's some terms and conditions. But you can get it by going to lincoln dot com slash martin. Again it's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign but going to lincoln dot com slash mar tech art. Here's the second part of my conversation. With jennifer davis. Cmo at learfield. Img college jennifer. Welcome back to the mark podcast. Thanks for having me excited to continue our conversation and probably talked too much about the golden bears. If i haven't mentioned it i'm kind of a fan yesterday. We talked a little bit about sports marketing. In general and how can provide a medium for brands to engage with passionate communities but it also allows them to target the college sports fan or relatively broad demographic and you can do it locally regionally or nationally. One of the ways that i've experienced sports marketing. The most is through audio. And i think that this is a developing medium. I'm obviously biased as a podcast host. But i think of sports marketing being primarily driven from me as a radio medium. Something that's maybe going away not decreasing a little bit. I wanted to talk to you. A little bit about. Audio's role in sports marketing. Tell us about how big of a portion of sports marketing audio marketing ends up making up his just radio. Still we get a lot of radio for sure. We actually operate over forty different radio. Affiliates and in addition to that we have streaming content as well and increasing way are innovating on that side of the house as well and i think audio has a long-term place podcasting is not a new technology but yet it has really caught on and is area. That's continuing to grow and i think the same applies to any accessible consumable content about things you're passionate about and who's more passionate than college sports fans. That's what gets me. As i'm sitting here listening to the games or often the post game show if i actually get to go to a game of young children so that happens less now than ever before but soon going to be able to drag them with me to the games as well and we listen to the post game and we hear this broadcast brought to you by learfield. Img college and all of a sudden now not only my hearing the ads at you're presenting but i'm hearing which brand is yours. I have questions about the technology behind audio. You mentioned that. There is traditional terrestrial radio there's streaming services. Obviously podcasts as well. Help understand the balance of those three mediums in terms of order of magnitude. You know what's the size difference between radio. Is there still more market. Share there than in the streaming services or in podcasting for sports marketing. Either radio has been around for multiple decades a while a little while so it had it had start on lots of other options. And frankly what we're doing in streaming are different things they're more editorial in nature less gameplay reporting and we're doing things that actually blur the too is well so for instance our radio shows we now actually record the announcers talking about the games and the like and we've created a whole other set of content called behind the mic that china light on the reporting on sports and so we're going to increasingly see these lines blur in a bit where maybe the consumer would care less about where exactly they're finding the content and they care more about what the content is and if it's meaningful and enhancing their experiences a fan so whether it's listening to the game because they were able to make it to the stadium and they had other things busy their hands that day and it's a kind of the ultimate sports multitask or they're using it as a way to get additional insights editorial about the game even as you said the post game. Is that kind of thing again. I'm seeing much more blurred lines moving forward but trust radio certainly has a big role in the sports experienced today. There has to be a generational component into this as well. And maybe i'm just speaking from my own experience. But i go to the game with the old blue bloods. My dad's best friend. George is in his mid eighties. He sits down at the game which we like. We lament carry him up the stairs and he listens to the radio while he's watching the game because he wants to hear the announcer talking about what's happening after the game. Me being the next generation down. I turn on the stream of the game to hear the post game analysis and i think probably the younger generation who is more into sound bites and shorter form. Content is probably going to either social media or two things like podcasts whether getting snapshots and recaps to be able to consume content defined that there's a generational gap.

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Beyond The Baseline

04:05 min | 1 year ago

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"You know reductions in everything. And that's it takes that whole community to make to get us to where we are in. Now there's you know hopefully good news with vaccines. And hopefully maybe could. We see a us open in september. That is back to normal. I mean that would be amazing. I laura laura robson's home nation just hours ago. We have vaccine approval. That might be administered within a week so It does look like things of yoga guarded. Optimism all right this was. This was great where we'll look for. Laura robson on the next british baking show. We'll look for fewer events in in china. We will you be in australia. You can make the trip. I won't it's hard for me to. I'll send i've been sending one or two of our younger agents who has no wife no kids. That can corentin for two weeks in of be there for the players Which i think the players have appreciated. We've tried to put one or two agents in the bubble that can be there to help all of our clients when things come up and You know we had all sorts of protocols in place that if one of our clients you know The goal of it. And what we would do all that stuff. So we'll continue to do that I don't see much Manufacturers tournament directors and stuff traveling to these tournaments were Business would be taking place in you. Know there's there's any reason for us to be. It's an expensive trip to go down there. So we'll continue on a path of having one or two agents down there and we'll continue our zoom calls and Hopefully we can get out of this but certainly encouraging. Certainly i feel like for the first time that there's some light at the end of the tunnel and and maybe a finish line. I think we spoke after marinas retirement in like the first week of march though It's been it's been a hell of a year. But no i i. I think you're right. I think she picked a good time to retire. If you'd see time that pretty well All right this was this was great. Thanks as always. Are john anytime love. We'll see where we go from here. And maybe we'll see an indian wells or my. I'd like that okay. Good i thank you all right. Thanks to max android that conversation. Hope you did too interesting. Take again from one of the the heavy hitters in tennis We'll see how all of this shakes out will see if everyone goes down to australia. We'll see if indian wells follows. There was a report that indian wells was hoping to have some sort of assurance that at least twenty five percent of the fans would be accommodated. I'm not sure if california government in december is prepared to make that projection and tomorrow. But we'll see Does miami follow. It is not cheap to retrofit a football stadium for tennis Miami happen a lot of questions still out there. The good news today. is that the australian open. Twenty twenty one looks like it will happen starting february eighth. That's a bit of good news. jamie is busy putting to bed. Sports illustrated sportsman of the year issue. That you Should look for shortly so she couldn't join us. We appreciate her producing handiwork. Ever thanks to you for listening. Thanks to max. Keep the guest suggestions coming. We'll do another one next week. Subscribe beaver of you. Wherever you get your podcast to fisher. Thanks everyone.

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Beyond The Baseline

05:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Don't know if it's an official announcement but a quasi-official announcement. There will be an australian open. Looks like it's going to start every eighth three weeks of pushback from your perspective. Good thing bad thing. When did you hear what do you make of this announcement. I mean i think it's whenever you can play. You know it's a good thing. And i think the tennis world Has done a pretty good job of trying to play and keep the players safe I think the us open the catalyst. And i think or probably appreciating more. Now what the. Us open did seeing how difficult it has been with the australian open. So i think i think the. Us open really started. Everything engage some confidence players. and then You know and then you know what's happening with. The australian open is is pretty incredible minutes many every day. Something new You're at the mercy of the government and You know players have concerns like they should And there's some pretty strict quarantine common in australia. I mean some of those That's pretty tough. I mean and you know way different than the. Us open the us open really created a bumble. A look like the players were like going to camp. You know they're playing cards and having fun and and stuff. And i don't see that way you're in australia. So what are you gonna the takeaways from all this is the it's trillion government doesn't mess around. What what. What are you telling your players. But i imagine they're calling frequently for updates telling them be ready keep training keep working You know in every day. It's something new. We're trying to keep everybody updated in real time And that's players coaches parents. Lot of anxiety. I you thought your company. You had to get ready really quick because the i was you thought you were going to need to leave on december fourteenth and that was eating up people didn't know when do i take my vacation. Especially the guys that were playing late on now all of a sudden you're not rushing. It's it's even later so you know. Tennis players are creatures of habit. I mean they have you know so this has been very a lot of anxiety for the players. Have you seen the redistribution of prize. Money going off the sydney morning herald is my source but redistribution of one hundred thousand dollars granted does or australian dollars but still hundred first round prize money. I think there's a lot to that because there is from my understanding a lot of tournaments that are going to be moved or cancelled so if you were playing three or four tournaments Compared to one now. So i think there's some sort of formula there so i'm not exactly sure that adds up but i think that's what they're trying to do since you're blind coming there instead of playing your february swing. Maybe you're playing four tournaments. So i think it's a little bit of that. Have you had any players. Have you heard of any players. Who just it's it's too much and quarantines and a tow tells and its gates call me in april. Have you heard of any players who have thought about just opting out of the next few months here. I haven't heard that. But i definitely heard that people are Very concerned about the the strict quarantine I think. I don't know the latest. But i was hearing that you know you can only leave your room for five or six or seven hours A lot of talk about you know mental that good for your mental health. You're locked in your room But listen nobody. It's all healthy. Debate concerns for each other. You know especially. I think on the men's tour Nobody nobody like angry or i can't believe they're doing that. Just more conversation like is this the right thing. Can we come and do that. And then competed the highest levels. Should we wait longer so at more debate than anyone being drawn. A line in the sand saying okay. I'm not going to do that. I think everybody appreciates what craig tightly i mean. Everybody knows craig mean. he's you know. A giant in our industry So player friendly. The whole australian open is so player from. I think everybody appreciates what he and his team are trying to accomplish. But also understand that you know. They're at the mercy of the government who is not messing around.

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Beyond The Baseline

05:02 min | 1 year ago

IMG's Max Eisenbud on 2021 Tennis

"Don't know if it's an official announcement but a quasi-official announcement. There will be an australian open. Looks like it's going to start every eighth three weeks of pushback from your perspective. Good thing bad thing. When did you hear what do you make of this announcement. I mean i think it's whenever you can play. You know it's a good thing. And i think the tennis world Has done a pretty good job of trying to play and keep the players safe I think the us open the catalyst. And i think or probably appreciating more. Now what the. Us open did seeing how difficult it has been with the australian open. So i think i think the. Us open really started. Everything engage some confidence players. and then You know and then you know what's happening with. The australian open is is pretty incredible minutes many every day. Something new You're at the mercy of the government and You know players have concerns like they should And there's some pretty strict quarantine common in australia. I mean some of those That's pretty tough. I mean and you know way different than the. Us open the us open really created a bumble. A look like the players were like going to camp. You know they're playing cards and having fun and and stuff. And i don't see that way you're in australia. So what are you gonna the takeaways from all this is the it's trillion government doesn't mess around. What what. What are you telling your players. But i imagine they're calling frequently for updates telling them be ready keep training keep working You know in every day. It's something new. We're trying to keep everybody updated in real time And that's players coaches parents. Lot of anxiety. I you thought your company. You had to get ready really quick because the i was you thought you were going to need to leave on december fourteenth and that was eating up people didn't know when do i take my vacation. Especially the guys that were playing late on now all of a sudden you're not rushing. It's it's even later so you know. Tennis players are creatures of habit. I mean they have you know so this has been very a lot of anxiety for the players. Have you seen the redistribution of prize. Money going off the sydney morning herald is my source but redistribution of one hundred thousand dollars granted does or australian dollars but still hundred first round prize money. I think there's a lot to that because there is from my understanding a lot of tournaments that are going to be moved or cancelled so if you were playing three or four tournaments Compared to one now. So i think there's some sort of formula there so i'm not exactly sure that adds up but i think that's what they're trying to do since you're blind coming there instead of playing your february swing. Maybe you're playing four tournaments. So i think it's a little bit of that. Have you had any players. Have you heard of any players. Who just it's it's too much and quarantines and a tow tells and its gates call me in april. Have you heard of any players who have thought about just opting out of the next few months here. I haven't heard that. But i definitely heard that people are Very concerned about the the strict quarantine I think. I don't know the latest. But i was hearing that you know you can only leave your room for five or six or seven hours A lot of talk about you know mental that good for your mental health. You're locked in your room But listen nobody. It's all healthy. Debate concerns for each other. You know especially. I think on the men's tour Nobody nobody like angry or i can't believe they're doing that. Just more conversation like is this the right thing. Can we come and do that. And then competed the highest levels. Should we wait longer so at more debate than anyone being drawn. A line in the sand saying okay. I'm not going to do that. I think everybody appreciates what craig tightly i mean. Everybody knows craig mean. he's you know. A giant in our industry So player friendly. The whole australian open is so player from. I think everybody appreciates what he and his team are trying to accomplish. But also understand that you know. They're at the mercy of the government who is not messing around.

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Beyond The Baseline

05:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Week's guest max eisenberg. He's the head of m tennis one of the real power players in tennis. We spoke to max earlier this year when there was so much swirling uncertainty Can a little less uncertainty recently up. A number of you wrote in then about how much you liked perspective. You were surprised. By how unfiltered he was figuring. We would check back in with max on this day. In early december we learned that yes there will be a twenty twenty one australian open To go it's been pushed back three weeks. There's a quarantine. it is still unclear. What will happen to the events that preceded and The events that are now being superseded in the calendar and february but the australian open looks like it is on. I can redo an email that Craig tyler descent to players that that made. It tweeted me Quote we know. It hasn't been easy for anyone in tennis. We will also pay for charter. Flights player and entourage. Quarantine cops meals and accommodations player. Combination will be covered for their entire. Stay will pay the full. Seventy one million dollars in prizemoney were working with tours on a redistribution with large increases in early rounds likely first-round parts of one hundred thousand dollars. Obviously tennis. australia can't do that without considerable financial paint. It won't be easy cove. Nineteen is hurt us financially this year similar to everyone else's experience but we think it's critical for global tennis the player group in the fans at the ao proceeds to help stave off any atrophy in our sport So that That some good news coming out of melbourne And i'm sure there will be a lot of Happy players fans coaches everyone else in the tennis infrastructure So mac tonight talk about that. That been a breaking news. At happy to breaking news what can players expect We talk about how. Kenneth has held up in this strange ear. Why he doesn't like the t. As china policy wide ranging conversation about tennis in twenty twenty and looking forward to next year this strange Rotation around the sun So here from his home. Office in florida maximum. All right thanks for. Thanks for stopping by how you doing..

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Beyond The Baseline

04:57 min | 1 year ago

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"Everyone john wartime here hoop everyone well into this week. Sports illustrated ten podcast. Welcome back to this week's guest max eisenberg. He's the head of m tennis one of the real power players in tennis. We spoke to max earlier this year when there was so much swirling uncertainty Can a little less uncertainty recently up. A number of you wrote in then about how much you liked perspective. You were surprised. By how unfiltered he was figuring. We would check back in with max on this day. In early december we learned that yes there will be a twenty twenty one australian open To go it's been pushed back three weeks. There's a quarantine. it is still unclear. What will happen to the events that preceded and The events that are now being superseded in the calendar and february but the australian open looks like it is on. I can redo an email that Craig tyler descent to players that that made. It tweeted me Quote we know. It hasn't been easy for anyone in tennis. We will also pay for charter. Flights player and entourage. Quarantine cops meals and accommodations player. Combination will be covered for their entire. Stay will pay the full. Seventy one million dollars in prizemoney were working with tours on a redistribution with large increases in early rounds likely first-round parts of one hundred thousand dollars. Obviously tennis. australia can't do that without considerable financial paint. It won't be easy cove. Nineteen is hurt us financially this year similar to everyone else's experience but we think it's critical for global tennis the player group in the fans at the ao proceeds to help stave off any atrophy in our sport So that That some good news coming out of melbourne And i'm sure there will be a lot of Happy players fans coaches everyone else in the tennis infrastructure So mac tonight talk about that. That been a breaking news. At happy to breaking news what can players expect We talk about how. Kenneth has held up in this strange ear. Why he doesn't like the t. As china policy wide ranging conversation about tennis in twenty twenty and looking forward to next year this strange Rotation around the sun So here from his home. Office in florida maximum. All right thanks for. Thanks for stopping by how you doing. Good i think is good as you can be in this world. We speaking of good. We are a few hours removed from this. I don't know if it's an official announcement but a quasi-official announcement. There will be an australian open. Looks like it's going to start every eighth three weeks of pushback from your perspective. Good thing bad thing. When did you hear what do you make of this announcement. I mean i think it's whenever you can play. You know it's a good thing. And i think the tennis world Has done a pretty good job of trying to play and keep the players safe I think the us open the catalyst. And i think or probably appreciating more. Now what the. Us open did seeing how difficult it has been with the australian open. So i think i think the. Us open really started. Everything engage some confidence players. and then You know and then you know what's happening with. The australian open is is pretty incredible minutes many every day. Something new You're at the mercy of the government and You know players have concerns like they should And there's some pretty strict quarantine common in australia. I mean some of those That's pretty tough. I mean and you know way different than the. Us open the us open really created a bumble. A look like the players were like going to camp. You know they're playing cards and having fun and and stuff. And i don't see that way you're in australia. So what are you gonna the takeaways from all this is the it's trillion government doesn't mess around. What what. What are you telling your players. But i imagine they're calling frequently for updates telling them be ready keep training keep working You know in every day. It's something new. We're trying to keep everybody updated in real time And that's players coaches parents. Lot of anxiety. I you thought your company. You had to get ready really quick because the i was you thought you were going to need to leave on december fourteenth and that was eating up people didn't know when do i take my vacation. Especially the guys that were playing late on now all of a sudden you're not rushing. It's it's even later so you know. Tennis players are creatures of habit. I mean they have you know so this has been very a lot of anxiety for the players.

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IMG's Max Eisenbud on 2021 Tennis

Beyond The Baseline

04:57 min | 1 year ago

IMG's Max Eisenbud on 2021 Tennis

"Everyone john wartime here hoop everyone well into this week. Sports illustrated ten podcast. Welcome back to this week's guest max eisenberg. He's the head of m tennis one of the real power players in tennis. We spoke to max earlier this year when there was so much swirling uncertainty Can a little less uncertainty recently up. A number of you wrote in then about how much you liked perspective. You were surprised. By how unfiltered he was figuring. We would check back in with max on this day. In early december we learned that yes there will be a twenty twenty one australian open To go it's been pushed back three weeks. There's a quarantine. it is still unclear. What will happen to the events that preceded and The events that are now being superseded in the calendar and february but the australian open looks like it is on. I can redo an email that Craig tyler descent to players that that made. It tweeted me Quote we know. It hasn't been easy for anyone in tennis. We will also pay for charter. Flights player and entourage. Quarantine cops meals and accommodations player. Combination will be covered for their entire. Stay will pay the full. Seventy one million dollars in prizemoney were working with tours on a redistribution with large increases in early rounds likely first-round parts of one hundred thousand dollars. Obviously tennis. australia can't do that without considerable financial paint. It won't be easy cove. Nineteen is hurt us financially this year similar to everyone else's experience but we think it's critical for global tennis the player group in the fans at the ao proceeds to help stave off any atrophy in our sport So that That some good news coming out of melbourne And i'm sure there will be a lot of Happy players fans coaches everyone else in the tennis infrastructure So mac tonight talk about that. That been a breaking news. At happy to breaking news what can players expect We talk about how. Kenneth has held up in this strange ear. Why he doesn't like the t. As china policy wide ranging conversation about tennis in twenty twenty and looking forward to next year this strange Rotation around the sun So here from his home. Office in florida maximum. All right thanks for. Thanks for stopping by how you doing. Good i think is good as you can be in this world. We speaking of good. We are a few hours removed from this. I don't know if it's an official announcement but a quasi-official announcement. There will be an australian open. Looks like it's going to start every eighth three weeks of pushback from your perspective. Good thing bad thing. When did you hear what do you make of this announcement. I mean i think it's whenever you can play. You know it's a good thing. And i think the tennis world Has done a pretty good job of trying to play and keep the players safe I think the us open the catalyst. And i think or probably appreciating more. Now what the. Us open did seeing how difficult it has been with the australian open. So i think i think the. Us open really started. Everything engage some confidence players. and then You know and then you know what's happening with. The australian open is is pretty incredible minutes many every day. Something new You're at the mercy of the government and You know players have concerns like they should And there's some pretty strict quarantine common in australia. I mean some of those That's pretty tough. I mean and you know way different than the. Us open the us open really created a bumble. A look like the players were like going to camp. You know they're playing cards and having fun and and stuff. And i don't see that way you're in australia. So what are you gonna the takeaways from all this is the it's trillion government doesn't mess around. What what. What are you telling your players. But i imagine they're calling frequently for updates telling them be ready keep training keep working You know in every day. It's something new. We're trying to keep everybody updated in real time And that's players coaches parents. Lot of anxiety. I you thought your company. You had to get ready really quick because the i was you thought you were going to need to leave on december fourteenth and that was eating up people didn't know when do i take my vacation. Especially the guys that were playing late on now all of a sudden you're not rushing. It's it's even later so you know. Tennis players are creatures of habit. I mean they have you know so this has been very a lot of anxiety for the players.

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"img" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

Beyond The Baseline

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"img" Discussed on Beyond The Baseline

"Everyone john wartime here hoop everyone well into this week. Sports illustrated ten podcast. Welcome back to this week's guest max eisenberg. He's the head of m tennis one of the real power players in tennis. We spoke to max earlier this year when there was so much swirling uncertainty <hes>. Can a little less uncertainty recently up. A number of you wrote in then about how much you liked perspective. You were surprised. By how unfiltered he was figuring. We would check back in with max on this day. In early december we learned that yes there will be a twenty twenty one australian open <hes>. To go it's been pushed back three weeks. There's a quarantine. it is still unclear. What will happen to the events that preceded and <hes>. The events that are now being superseded in the calendar and february but the australian open looks like it is on. I can redo an email that <hes>. Craig tyler descent to players that that made. It tweeted me <hes>. Quote we know. It hasn't been easy for anyone in tennis. We will also pay for charter. Flights player and entourage. Quarantine cops meals and accommodations player. Combination will be covered for their entire. Stay will pay the full. Seventy one million dollars in prizemoney were working with tours on a redistribution with large increases in early rounds likely first-round parts of one hundred thousand dollars. Obviously tennis. australia can't do that without considerable financial paint. It won't be easy cove. Nineteen is hurt us financially this year similar to everyone else's experience but we think it's critical for global tennis the player group in the fans at the ao proceeds to help stave off any atrophy in our sport <hes>. So that <hes>. That some good news coming out of melbourne <hes>. And i'm sure there will be a lot of <hes>. Happy players fans coaches everyone else in the tennis infrastructure <hes>. So mac tonight talk about that. That been a breaking news. At happy to breaking news what can players expect <hes>. We talk about how. Kenneth has held up in this strange ear. Why he doesn't like the t. As china policy wide ranging conversation about tennis in twenty twenty and looking forward to next year this strange <hes>. Rotation around the sun <hes>. So here from his home. Office in florida maximum. All right thanks for. Thanks for stopping by how you doing. Good i think is good as you can be in this world. We speaking of good. We are a few hours removed from this. I don't know if it's an official announcement but a quasi-official announcement. There will be an australian open. Looks like it's going to start every eighth three weeks of pushback from your perspective. Good thing bad thing. When did you hear what do you make of this announcement. I mean i think it's whenever you can play. You know it's a good thing. And i think the tennis world <hes>. Has done a pretty good job of trying to play <hes>. and keep the players safe <hes>. I think the us open the catalyst. And i think or probably appreciating more. Now what the. Us open did seeing how difficult it has been with the australian open. So i think i think the. Us open really started. Everything engage some confidence players. and then <hes>. You know and then you know what's happening with. The australian open is is pretty incredible minutes many every day. Something new <hes>. You're at the mercy of the government <hes> and <hes>. You know players have concerns like they should <hes>. And there's some pretty strict quarantine common in australia. I mean some of those <hes>. That's pretty tough. I mean and you know way different than the. Us open the us open really created a bumble. A look like the players were like going to camp. You know they're playing cards and having fun and and stuff. And i don't see that way you're in australia. So what are you gonna the takeaways from all this is the it's trillion government doesn't mess around. What what. What are you telling your players. But i imagine they're calling frequently for updates telling them be ready keep training keep working <hes>. You know in every day. It's something new. We're trying to keep everybody updated in real time <hes>. And that's players coaches parents. Lot of anxiety. I you thought your company. You had to get ready really quick because the i was you thought you were going to need to leave on december fourteenth and that was eating up people didn't know when do i take my vacation. Especially the guys that were playing late on now all of a sudden you're not rushing. It's it's even later so you know. Tennis players are creatures of habit. I mean they have you know so this has been very a lot of anxiety <hes> for the players.

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IMG's Max Eisenbud on 2021 Tennis

Beyond The Baseline

04:57 min | 1 year ago

IMG's Max Eisenbud on 2021 Tennis

"Everyone john wartime here hoop everyone well into this week. Sports illustrated ten podcast. Welcome back to this week's guest max eisenberg. He's the head of m tennis one of the real power players in tennis. We spoke to max earlier this year when there was so much swirling uncertainty Can a little less uncertainty recently up. A number of you wrote in then about how much you liked perspective. You were surprised. By how unfiltered he was figuring. We would check back in with max on this day. In early december we learned that yes there will be a twenty twenty one australian open To go it's been pushed back three weeks. There's a quarantine. it is still unclear. What will happen to the events that preceded and The events that are now being superseded in the calendar and february but the australian open looks like it is on. I can redo an email that Craig tyler descent to players that that made. It tweeted me Quote we know. It hasn't been easy for anyone in tennis. We will also pay for charter. Flights player and entourage. Quarantine cops meals and accommodations player. Combination will be covered for their entire. Stay will pay the full. Seventy one million dollars in prizemoney were working with tours on a redistribution with large increases in early rounds likely first-round parts of one hundred thousand dollars. Obviously tennis. australia can't do that without considerable financial paint. It won't be easy cove. Nineteen is hurt us financially this year similar to everyone else's experience but we think it's critical for global tennis the player group in the fans at the ao proceeds to help stave off any atrophy in our sport So that That some good news coming out of melbourne And i'm sure there will be a lot of Happy players fans coaches everyone else in the tennis infrastructure So mac tonight talk about that. That been a breaking news. At happy to breaking news what can players expect We talk about how. Kenneth has held up in this strange ear. Why he doesn't like the t. As china policy wide ranging conversation about tennis in twenty twenty and looking forward to next year this strange Rotation around the sun So here from his home. Office in florida maximum. All right thanks for. Thanks for stopping by how you doing. Good i think is good as you can be in this world. We speaking of good. We are a few hours removed from this. I don't know if it's an official announcement but a quasi-official announcement. There will be an australian open. Looks like it's going to start every eighth three weeks of pushback from your perspective. Good thing bad thing. When did you hear what do you make of this announcement. I mean i think it's whenever you can play. You know it's a good thing. And i think the tennis world Has done a pretty good job of trying to play and keep the players safe I think the us open the catalyst. And i think or probably appreciating more. Now what the. Us open did seeing how difficult it has been with the australian open. So i think i think the. Us open really started. Everything engage some confidence players. and then You know and then you know what's happening with. The australian open is is pretty incredible minutes many every day. Something new You're at the mercy of the government and You know players have concerns like they should And there's some pretty strict quarantine common in australia. I mean some of those That's pretty tough. I mean and you know way different than the. Us open the us open really created a bumble. A look like the players were like going to camp. You know they're playing cards and having fun and and stuff. And i don't see that way you're in australia. So what are you gonna the takeaways from all this is the it's trillion government doesn't mess around. What what. What are you telling your players. But i imagine they're calling frequently for updates telling them be ready keep training keep working You know in every day. It's something new. We're trying to keep everybody updated in real time And that's players coaches parents. Lot of anxiety. I you thought your company. You had to get ready really quick because the i was you thought you were going to need to leave on december fourteenth and that was eating up people didn't know when do i take my vacation. Especially the guys that were playing late on now all of a sudden you're not rushing. It's it's even later so you know. Tennis players are creatures of habit. I mean they have you know so this has been very a lot of anxiety for the players.

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"img" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"img" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"It and then once i did. It's slow but i'll tell you you really have to train their mind. Think that way one view and one mistake and you know you're you know you mess up flight. You know the the talent isn't there to perform that night Things happen and now we have a lot of scares we have a lotta crazy scary But you know you have to think on your on your toes and and how to how to get there and my weather in transportation doesn't cooperate as all the contingencies and i think that's where technology has helped us quite a bit now because i still remember traveling to twenty five thirty years ago and it was like i mean just even driving you know now now i have my my phone says. Hey there's an accident know eighteen miles ahead. here's a different route. That's going to save thirty eight minutes and you're like oh thanks right back in the day. I'll see on that traffic going now. I gotta get off now. Yeah now i gotta get off the phone. So i use my calling card to call my client to let them know. I'm going to be an hour late right right though in you know if you try and explain to the client side have now. I know they'll thank god. For example you know when when you know by. How do you work that out or how this morning like. I'm pretty good with it. But i'm not.

"img" Discussed on The Travel Wins

The Travel Wins

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"img" Discussed on The Travel Wins

"And my tomlin's podcast. Damn to have david bayden david as vice president at img worldwide. Sunday twenty eight twenty seven twenty eight years with i'm handling now olympic clients which is very cool. David eighth grade thanks. I appreciate the time you've given us today. So you work at img worldwide. What exactly does img do like. I know of it. And i've heard for twenty thirty years but for some of the hasn't heard of. Img what what. Exactly does i. G do well. I mean basically. The company started out as a sports marketing and management company. So we represent Athlete across the board all sports We have our sports academy in bradenton florida. Where the tennis academy and other sports where we can bring in our young athletes and You know have them go through the ranks at the academy. We have a modeling agency. The largest modeling agency in the world Run fashion week. All different kinds of events. worldwide so I i work in the winter. Sports olympic client vision which in just A small cog in the big wheel of img so with anything ship naming rights To venues to wanting advance from tennis events to crooked events to know Working with wimbledon. I just it's really fascinating company and it's hard to believe i'm starting my twenty eighth year with them. He goes by quick on it going. Why my daughter turns twenty seven in december league. Excuse me can that possibly be. I've always told you. Blink came up. You're having fun. It'll go pretty fast. And that's been a very fun time and it has gone very fast but learned a lot and then experience a lot and I'm pretty. I'm very fortunate. That's the cool thing. I feel the same way like with my day job. It's it's just so fortunate that it gets a travel and see all the things and meet people. Yeah yeah yeah. I knew that. I always wanted a job and travel. I didn't know what that meant But i certainly found out what that means then It's been almost twenty. Eight years are in intense travel through throughout the world. And i've seen and going places that i never thought i'd ever see her doing i understand just always been very grateful that i got to do this. And you know do it on behalf of my client. Yeah you get exactly. How does that work. I mean are you required to to travel with your clients or is it. Is it something they want you to do. Or how does that work. It just might clients are in qualify for competition and i will pick the competition that I that i go to i. Some of them are the big event world championships or a grand prix final Those are pretty much you An agency should be there For those big about The olympics obviously you should be there There are smaller competitions. That you may or may not necessarily need to be there I'm with a client has a special appearance. They have an apparent or they. Have you know maybe we set up a meeting and asked for. Competition is in a certain city Other matt I think it's death to be there. You really need to know when it should be there for your five there to compete and there. You don't want to be a distraction to them but you also want to be there to work Quietly behind Behind the scenes on their behalf. So hey go to these competitions promoter there. There are other people in the business. And that's when you can do all the networking find out what's going on. What's coming up What opportunities there might be. And i it's me is You made with those people and you know your. Your client is competing. Let them do their job. and i do. My job on their behalf. pretty much. It's kinda crazy to think that. Like i watched the olympics. Obviously and and. I see people skate but to think that there's these people behind the scenes kind of making deals work an and then you start going. They are they end up with xyz company all. Yeah yeah yeah. I would say i am always a big olympic fan. I just loved the everything that the olympic fan or and then just as a kid. Watching them You know i really really loved watching it. And then now that i'm going to the olympic i i always say i'm working so it's such long hours that i don't even see the olympic. I'm at the olympics. But i i don't i don't know what's going on. I mean they're far as a spectator on the. I'm just running from one event to another to a meeting to the parents that and you know before he not to in the morning and you have to wake up at four for your map Parents and you know. It's like i always say i at the olympics. But i missed it completely. I i have to go online to find out. What the metal count. Is you have to do the same thing. I've worked the rodeo every year. Vegas temperatures and it's for me. I work sixteen straight days. And i do the same thing and i still have to get my work done my regular kirk so i get off at five. Get back to route six. I have two hour to two hours worth of work and that will watch either. Watch the rodeo on tv. Inside the hotel room. Or i'll just go online and get the results. Because i know the next day saw the we we we we sponsored. Endorse several cowboys. And so i need to know how did so if i run into them a sound like you had a good night last night of you know but i don't. I haven't been to the rodeo. The actual rodeo and probably six seven years now. Because i give away the tickets that will get to my clients. Come in town so i'm like just go. Just go have fun to go back to my room work right. Yeah well you know you have to stay on top of that. You have to know how your clients are doing what they're doing but But i mean all you know what my name focuses is just networking on their behalf and things abound finding out what opportunities there are for them. Do you ever book and extra time when you make these trips to legal and look around like if you go to sochi you want spend an extra day or to do that or is it just straight work not not it just. It's funny. It's like touchy actually was a great olympic It was very well organized and a lot of people did not want to go there and there were a lot are concerned with hotels and venues and everything would be ready. But i'll tell you that olympic went smoothly. It.

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Dream co-owner critical of WNBA's BLM initiative

Dan Barreiro

02:20 min | 1 year ago

Dream co-owner critical of WNBA's BLM initiative

"Lafler. From Georgia? Yes, she's a senator. Also the CO owner of the Atlanta Dream wnba franchise has written. WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert to express her opposition to the black lives. Matter Movement and ask the League to put an American flag on every Jersey when the League resumes play later this month. Waffler was responding to the WNBA approving having black lives matter prominently on the cohorts at IMG Academy in Bradenton that's in Florida where they're going to have their bubble and their season WNBA, its union agreed to honor women who have died in connection with police action or alleged racial violence waffler rights. Adamantly opposed. The black lives matter political movement, which has advocated for the defunding of police called for the removal of Jesus from churches and the disruption of the nuclear family structure, harbored antisemitic views and promoted violence and destruction across the country. I believe it is totally misaligned with the values and goals of the WNBA in the Atlanta Dream, where we support tolerance and in collusion, so the the the. The if you call Vegas right now. And Shad. How much longer will she be allowed to be owner? She's owner. Yes, CO owner of the. Atlanta Dream do say seventy two hours. Would you say ninety six hours? Would you say two weeks? How long is it going to be well? For All I know I haven't hit refresh. It may have already had it. You may be out WNBA players. Association tweeted out. they spelled the words. With an exclamation point, and then out Oh ut with an exclamation point, so her message is not going over well and like we say we about the. Was it the soccer player yesterday? It's everybody can have their opinions. Well. Yes, and no I would say bit, but my point is. The When you have a league. I. Don't know what the demographics are, but certainly on a team where there's going to be black players absolutely. That's a tough sell. Yes. I mean that's just. That's a tough sell. Hundred percent as the owner in that situation is correct so good luck to you. Go ahead and have that opinion, but don't expect. Don't expect your players to go. You know what you're right. You got to know your audience. Yes, that's that would be my advice. I guess

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Sue Bird on the WNBA's Plan for the 2020 Season

ESPN Daily

03:19 min | 1 year ago

Sue Bird on the WNBA's Plan for the 2020 Season

"I Su. High has gone. It's good, so sued the players voted. The WNBA is officially kicking off the two thousand twenty season in late July at IMG Academy in Bradenton Florida. How are you feeling about all this about basketball? Being played in two thousand twenty, you know I'm not gonNA lie. It's kind of mixed emotions. You know I think when it comes to just simply playing basketball lesson. That's an easy answer. There's something about it that will give us. A sense of purpose we love to play. It'll be able to do great things for the WB and this bubble, but then obviously with what's going on whether it's you know health and safety pandemic wise whether it's social justice wise just a lot to kind of process through. I do plan on going so that's not. That's not really what I'm trying to announce anything like that, but it's still like as the date approaches. You know it's still a lot going on I, think everybody said. Your VP of your union. What were some of the Union's biggest concerns? Guys came to an agreement on this. I mean first and foremost is definitely the health part of it all you know the safety part of it all and just kind of going through. You know what the protocol is GonNa. Be An he the frustrating part and it's nobody's fault. Is that because cove nineteen is obviously new? There's not tons information on it because we're trying to get this season going in. At the time it felt like in a you know three or four week period. We're trying to make all these decisions. A lot of doctors just didn't have concrete answers, so the frustrating part was wanting to hear just like exact answers, and really not getting them just being able to be told what kind of they hope things to be in what they plan for so again. It just brings a little bit anxiety, but I think now that we. We are getting closer. That is one thing that that got handled after that it was the money I'm not gonNA lie. You know when you pull to the table for negotiations. You never know what's going to happen, but luckily at the end of the day it took us a second to get there, but at the end of the day we got one hundred percent of our money, even though we're playing a little less in terms of games, but That was that was a good thing as well and then the third thing was the social justice aspect. WNBA is eighty percent black women. You know we're kind of at the intersection of so many things, and we need our league to stand for something and to support us, so those were kind of like the As you mentioned it's so hard to make these decisions when you're working with such imperfect information, especially scientifically, right? What was that like for you personally making that call? I don't know if there's going to be a great analogy, but because I've had so many surgeries and I've had to do. A lot with. Doctors and getting opinions, I've actually I've come to understand that. We've viewed doctors in this light of knowing everything and I've actually in my own way. I've come to understand that they they know a lot, and hopefully you know you have doctors. Luckily I do around you that you can trust, but there's a there's a limit to that. You know when they cut you open to perform surgery. There's always a percentage you know always a chance that it's not gonNA. Work out exactly how you want so for. For me I. Just tried to actually put myself back in that mindset like okay. They're giving us as much as they can. But there's obviously uncontrollables is well. I mean honestly the State of Florida. The one, but that's a whole other bag Ormes,

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"img" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"img" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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Interview with Coach of WTA Top 20 Maria Sakkari

The Functional Tennis Podcast

06:24 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Coach of WTA Top 20 Maria Sakkari

"Welcome to a milestone episode fifty of the Functional Tennis podcast. I'm Fabio Molly your host and this week we are speaking to one of the youngest coaches. The youngest coach on the professional tour Tom Hale. Tom Is the current coach of the Greek Maria, Sakari who is currently twenty in the world. Tom Tells all about his early days of tennis with his family relocated to IMG in Florida from the UK about training at IMG, and then onto his college scholarship pepperdine on eventually moving into the coach. Coach and world and how he got into coaching world. It's a fascinating fun story, and it's great to get inside the head of pro. Tour coaches before we get started especial thanks to our PODCAST, sponsors head who make our favorite rackets here at functional tennis okay. Here we go. Let's hear Tom. Story Hi Tom. Welcome to the functional tennis podcast. Thank you for having me. Great Avenue Board couch to speak to learn a bit of orbit. You have your such a young coach working with some. Some great players so tell before we get started. How has locked and being for you? Do you work with Maria carry has stopped being the communication on what she's working on. And all that side tanks. Yes, so I've honestly lost track of the days of what exactly I actually went into lockdown. As soon as I flew back from Indian wealth. That was a little bit before the official down in the UK. so I've been in lockdown for a while from Maria I think Greece. Greece Osa went into lockdown at around the same time as the UK it was only around two weeks ago where she actually started practicing again so I'd say kind of the way I was. It was more just kind of motivation for the last eight weeks and I know everyone's kind of going through the same Maria like. Let's just kind of take it one day at a time. We don't know when the toll is GONNA be returning Trans Focus on fitness home workouts. Do some sort of. The strategic videos things like that, but it's also. It's very difficult. I think at the same time mostly. Just having rest is good. I think players can get burnt out in the season so I honestly feel like the rest is perfectly fine. Marie actually started training again a couple of weeks ago. So now I'm not able to more of a tennis coach. You know planning the practices. In the UK I get out degrees to to help the. We have a hitting. You just kind of running through the program that I'm setting hone I. Think the a soon as she's been able to get back on court. Motivation is obviously increasing. It's still difficult because I. Don't think anybody has any idea of when tournaments are going to return. It's a tough tough times. Everyone the I think the fact that she's on call is is definitely helping as the, neither it's I've just been doing some homework outs some fitness trying to work on like a few little side projects that to be honest. I'm enjoying the timing because. Because my family because I'm on the road last last year on the road for forty two weeks in the year, so just to be able to spend more than two weeks in a row. My family I'm really trying to like make the most of that. Twelve forty two weeks is a lot and plus we're going to just talk a bit about your younger days. How you got into tennis moves to states. You've been away from your family for a long time. Now he has an factually I was I went to Orange Jakarta me when I was ten Ashleigh my family moved out with me, so I was within to. My family sacrificed lots in a even, though has kind of been all around the world. They have been with me. Notice the time. It's only really kind of skin since university when I went to tech when I kind of been a little bit more on my own. So the kind of it's kind of been kind the last I'd say seven years when I kind of maybe had a week with my parents here two weeks task three weeks like three weeks is like Tracy's, and that's like. The off season period. That's the most I get. That I'd say when I was like a junior and playing. I was lucky that my parents sacrificed law and Wherever I was training they. Relocated stop plays the that of makes it a lot easier when you relocate halfway across the world. What was it like moved? ten-year-old of IMG was like you just like I just WanNa be a pro tennis player and I need to be here. Was that decision you made? You told your parents I need to get over there or was that something that they came to you with the kind of good question. Because I remember when I was younger, I was always debating between a full tennis, I was very good. And I I remember having a fight with my my code because I like to play up front score. The goals kind of be like you know the one everybody loves. To strike exactly, and and then he we had some some problem in defense and I had play one game as a defender. Although it's a crew school position in football. US to to a ten year old. I'm just kind of just the back. Just waging I had I was playing on a very good team so I actually didn't have to do too much and I wanted to be kind of Indiaction, so that kind of slowly lost my. With the football, the sport I was playing at the time was also tennis and. I remember I would have problems of my school. They wouldn't allow me enough time to to go out to school to practice my tennis play football and I got kind of a stage I was dying to take. My parents actually really enjoy tennis I. I would love to try and become a professional, and I think my parents they. I, mean they. They battled with the schools to try and see if they could get me an extra hour alto, instead of doing he at school I could go, and do you know get some tennis lessons and it just? It proved to be too difficult. At the club that I was training at. K., Salahuddin at the time I'd actually been on a few camps to I N G Academy in Florida with the Celada and kind of junior program about ten fifteen years ago, there was some you know great. Junior junior players in the Birmingham area and I I just kind of under that kind of saints. My parents would be amazing if I could go train. IMG tennis would be so much better. and you know my parents took massive sacrifice, and and you know they let me. They gave me an opportunity to go and do it, and honestly it was the best decision. I made some tennis around that age at ten years old.

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Gonzaga wins WCC title over Saint Mary's

CBS Sports Radio

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Gonzaga wins WCC title over Saint Mary's

"Time in the last ten years every time overall to the west coast conference you did you R. J. is that is Thomas in Learfield IMG college Jim kelch kelch on on the the Norse Norse radio radio network network Chris Chris shop shop within within the the colonials colonials radio radio network network and and Pat Pat foster foster from from Hofstra Hofstra radio radio calls calls pope pope give give zagra zagra winning winning the west coast northern Kentucky winning the horizon new by the way northern Kentucky was the nor cal level they've been an atomic three last four years so I knew DA I love this they are gone they are the worst it's like the Viking but it's like a Viking helmet of the two sorts I love this northern Kentucky Norse Robert Norris won the NEC and Hofstra won the C. A. A. not included in the audio montage was North Dakota state the buys in they throttled North Dakota eighty nine fifty three to win their second straight summit

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Gonzaga beats Saint Mary's to win 2020 WCC Championship

SportsCenter AllNight

02:46 min | 2 years ago

Gonzaga beats Saint Mary's to win 2020 WCC Championship

"Conference championships that's going to do it we can also put up a whale of a fight in the first half of the contest but at the end of the day it won't matter against the second ranked team in the country as they could snag the Bulldogs have reclaimed the west coast conference basketball championship hi Watson Learfield IMG college good Zack with a win over St Mary's and the second ranked zags earning another conference tournament title eight in ten years and they obviously get the automatic berth from the conference though they were headed anyway Joe Lunardi has been slotted in as the top seed in the west as for what we can expect from them this spring ESPN analyst Alfonzo Ellis we know they are capable of winning the national championship obvious Sir they haven't done it yet so make a case that this year and this team Weigand's A. can win and cut down the nets because the field is wide open there hasn't been that way in the past there's about nine teams that can legitimately when it and each of the teams has some vulnerability to them and that's what's made it so wide open but you look at this good magazine this team can play fast which they prefer to do in transition Giuliani is terrific at finishing in transition this team complained half court constructed this team is their frontcourt led by Philip patch yourself who's terrific with his back to the basket can make a fifteen foot jump shot their defense needs to tighten up at times and I think you saw the adjustment tonight which gets me excited about the defense John Ford lit them up for twenty in the first half what they do in the second half when exchanges with the B. ball screens or dribble handoffs they put a bigger guy on him to contain them you couldn't get from there to the ramp and kept him from taking a fifteen foot jump shot but he loves to make and that was the difference in the game always going to win get the free hatchet Donald no violation whatsoever you hear every coach talk about the draw we got a good draw we get through to the dresser okay so what is a bad drop it and what's the matchup for a team or a style that could prevent Gonzaga from getting all the way when you look at any team that has physicality on the inside and I think of a guy like a Xavier Tillman from Michigan state he's physical he pushes you off of your point where you want to post up that's been a problem in terms of philopatry self and a dynamic guard out front who can not only create offense oneself but to create offense for his teammates and you can't think about it anyone in the country better than Cassius Winston at doing so so a team like that this physical insight with the dynamic point guard creates a lot of problems over the course of a forty minute game for kids at the dragon lowering the automatic berth from the west coast conference they won their conference tournament for the eighth time in ten years another match between the Jagga and St Mary's

No. 2 Gonzaga races past Saint Mary's in second half for WCC Tournament championship

CBS Sports Radio

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

No. 2 Gonzaga races past Saint Mary's in second half for WCC Tournament championship

"Conference tournament championship football a little bit of time in the last ten years of the eighteenth time overall to the west coast conference it's it's Tom Hudson from Learfield IMG college radio network the zags beat St Mary's eighty four sixty six there now for thirty one and two and they're heading into the NC double a tournament next week with undoubtedly a number one seed

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Gonzaga tries to extend series dominance over San Francisco

CBS Sports Radio

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Gonzaga tries to extend series dominance over San Francisco

"To college basketball Gonzaga looking to punch their ticket to the west coast conference final middle and leans in frozen self on the floors releases a shot there's a buzzer that'll do it they were pushed to the brink now huge free throws down the stretch Tom Hudson where field IMG college gives other over San Francisco eighty one seventy seven on the St Mary's in the final say merry's B. B. Y. U. fifty one fifty on a Jordan Ford game winning jumper with one point four seconds to go

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Raising a Special Need Child with Marketing Manager Lee Becknell

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Raising a Special Need Child with Marketing Manager Lee Becknell

"Welcome to the show me. You're welcome so one of the reasons we brought you on because we've gotten several requests from listeners to feature some parents who have special needs children because it comes with a often a special set of challenges and of course rewards as well and you came to mind and I think I remember now if you had volunteered yourself on instagram or not but I was like. Oh yeah because I have followed your journey. And how old is your son now. He thinks he's six years old. So you're not exactly new to this anymore. You're you're seasoned but I thought you'd be a great person since you're also working at work that whole time to my knowledge In could share a little bit about what that's like and maybe provide some guidance for others who may be at the start of their journey or who just can use some tips along the way and sounds good. So why don't you tell us a little bit just about the beginning of your story in even I even remember? There is some if you're willing to talk about it some things about your pregnancy. Where you were a little chair I can talk about. It might get really long but I'll try to work for ten so yeah basically started when I was pregnant. I guess like whenever they do the genetic testing for Down Syndrome and that sort of thing. The results came back like way off and they were concerned that the baby might have down's syndrome so I hadn't Amnio Dine and didn't have down syndrome so they were like we don't know exactly. It's probably an issue with the Placenta. you know should be fine and then as my pregnancy progressed. He started not growing as fast and somewhere. He never know. If it's here is someone was diagnosed with. Img are injured during growth restriction. I guess that's me diagnose. Not Him I don't know but So he was not growing so I have a lot of growth scans and other tests and stuff and basically he decided he should come out a little early so he was born at thirty seven weeks ahead a C. Section. But that was because he was reached more than anything. They would have induced me if he was head down an when he was born a thought he was gonna be like three pounds something and he was actually four counted fifteen ounces so he was like hiding in there somewhere so when he was born they were basically like maybe it was the placenta. You know we just don't know and You know nothing really out of the ordinary in the first couple of months happened I mean he was led all but you know he was doing baby stuff. You know sort of what they do. You Know Sleeping Ryan who've been that type of thing but Somewhere around like four months. Maybe our pediatrician mentioned genetic testing and at the time. I basically freaked out now. Is like this pediatrician doesn't know what he's talking about. And so but we did some testing and everything came back normal and so this was all like in his first year of life and when he was about one we kind of started to notice the delays becoming more apparent. So we know we went to the doctor again. Did OTHER GENETIC CASTING ENDED UP? Going to a developmental pediatrician when he was about to who diagnosed him as being on the autism spectrum. So that was kind of our working diagnosis for a couple of years but it always kind of seemed like there was something else going on. He's always been very small and some other like little things that people wouldn't necessarily notice by looking at him but like his Pinky fingers or like curved a little bit and his toes or smaller than they should be like little little tiny things in it. Just you know. He has some traits that go along with autism but some that. Really don't

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King Tut Exhibit To Come Back to Boston After Almost 6 Decades

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

King Tut Exhibit To Come Back to Boston After Almost 6 Decades

"Summer standing in front of a twenty five foot tall two ton golden black statue of king tut mayor Walsh announced that one hundred and fifty artifacts from tut's tomb will be on display in Boston starting in June king tight treasures of the golden Farrow will open at the sound is counsel at the park plaza is gonna be the the largest exhibit ever to travel outside of Egypt exhibit produce Sir try Collins from IMG says this is an historic collection there are more than sixty pieces that until now had never left Egypt including the real version of this super size giants the guardian stature the guardian statue Stewart for close to three thousand years guarding the burial chamber in the to get into the cleft WBZ Boston's

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How Rare Are All-Black Chickens?

BrainStuff

03:19 min | 2 years ago

How Rare Are All-Black Chickens?

"It's not often that you look at an animal and think I bet all the goth kids wish they had a chicken like that meet the IM to money the Peter Murphy or Robert Smith Smith or Lydia dates or darth vader chickens. Pick your pop culture reference. All visible parts of this chickens exterior feathers beak tongue comb and talents are black back and it would seem as if darkness should end there but not so it's inky exterior is just a teaser darkness within it turns out the bones organs begins and muscles of the IMG are all black as well which in addition to their rarity explains why these birds are so popular amongst chicken aficionados. They're also dubbed the Lamborghini of poultry because the going price for these guys can range between two hundred dollars for a single egg layer hen and five thousand dollars for a full grown mating pair her native to the Indonesian island of Java. Im Toumani has been used in rituals and kept status pets by the elite for centuries. They were thought thought to have black enchanted blood. The lift curses or heal ailments strangely enough. The blood is one of the only obviously normally pigmented things about these birds aside from there cream colored eggs but when you look at an im money the superstitions around. It's being magical seemed completely rational because this chicken is gorgeous gorgeous in the sunlight. Their plumage matt black like a charcoal briquet. It's cured dozens like a Hubble telescope rendering of Nebula in deep space like looking into the most hypnotic not all covered pedal in the mall parking lot. These chickens are complete knockouts but why what could possibly cause a chicken's flesh and bones to appear to have been pickled in India ink it turns out I am to money is the world's most extreme example of a condition called dermal hyper pigmentation or fiber melanomas three other chicken varieties have this condition to varying degrees the silky Bam tim the Vietnamese Kung and the Swedish sport Kuna and I couldn't find pronunciations on those last two. I hope I didn't butcher them too. Terribly research published in two thousand eleven revealed this genetic condition causes strange behavior in chicken in embryos precursors to Melanin sites which are the cells that produce the pigment Melanin pigment that gives our human hair eyes and skin dark color usually the precursors to Mona sites in chicken embryos wind up in just the skin and eyes of the developing birds but in chickens with fiber melanomas those precursors travel throughout all the tissues of the embryo and what's more they don't shut down the usual stage instead they continue to multiply by creating way more Melania sites than usual which leads to the hyperinflation that we see in these birds once they hatch strangely enough scientists believed the mutation that leads to fiber melanomas and chickens is so unusual that it most likely happened only once in a single bird that lived thousands of years ago. No one knows how gene transfer I the globe from one jet black bird but Marco Polo wrote in twelve ninety eight about black boned chickens while he was traveling in Asia so the gene probably made its way around the world via trade routes interestingly even though the flesh I am. Toumani looks strange. It reportedly tastes just like chicken.

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Oregon State vs. Washington - Game Summary

ABC Perspective

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Oregon State vs. Washington - Game Summary

"Is a presentation of Learfield IMG college after a fairly quiet week one chaos reigned in a week to a pair of top twelve showdowns overtime games we break it all down and more on the latest edition of the college football re walk. he's eleven for football rewind here's your host. welcome back to the college football rewind I'm rob joys filling in for cal state this week last week just a single rank down ranked match up that thriller between Oregon and offer an outside of the ducks and no one ranked in the top twenty five a loss to Floyd though

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Details emerge on "really smart guy" who aced tests in college scam

Brett Winterble

09:34 min | 3 years ago

Details emerge on "really smart guy" who aced tests in college scam

"So let's talk about operation varsity blues that is this this this cheating scandal case that has drawn a ton of attention. And I think for all the right reasons because this is a horrible thing to have happen in our society. When you've got a lot of deserving kids deserving based on merit being denied admission to some of the top universities because. Rich people coming in and trying to buy access for their kids. So you know, that the guy who ran this operation, the main guy with this operation was a character by the name of singer singer. But what's really interesting is the person who was tasked with taking the tests or grading the tests or proctoring the tests for the kids so that they could get their ACT and SAT numbers up. He's a guy by the name of Mark Redel? All right. So singer is the guy who ran the operation Mark, rebel or right? L is the college entrance exam counselor. Who is the main focus of the cheating on the tests component or the tweaking of the tests. So, you know, the consultant is William Rick singer. He pled guilty Tuesday in federal court in Boston to helping students cheat on their standardized tests, but the brains behind the operation was this guy rebel thirty six years old. He was supposed to be in court today in Boston. And he was the one actually filling in the bubbles. For the progeny of the actresses, and the lawyers the businesses the children of privilege rebel is a kind of an interesting guy because he's smart, and he had a lot of opportunity, and he kind of comes from a decent background. And why this guy would decide he wants to start cheating mean other than the obvious getting paid is beyond me, but rebel right L, rebel. We'll just say rebel has been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud as well as conspiracy to commit money laundering. He's been cooperating with the investigation since February. He's actually hoping to get some leniency when all this is put debt in a statement emailed Buyoya to the Washington Post rebel apologize says he's taken full responsibility for his actions. I wanna communicate to everyone. I'm profoundly sorry for the damage. I have done and the grief I have caused those. As a result of my needless actions. I understand how my actions contributed to a loss of trust in the college admission. Nhs process. Meanwhile, as you might imagine he has been suspended indefinitely. From his job as director of college entrance exam preparation. IMG g academy a private sports academy preparatory school in Bradenton Florida that he would be suspended from that job. While this stuff is going on. He's also an alumnus of the academy this academy that he was a part of had trained hundreds of Olympic and professional athletes tuition, by the way. Seventy seven thousand dollars a year. If you live there and go to school sixty one thousand dollars a year if you just go to the school as a day student. From there. Redel the guy who has taken the test went on to Harvard University where he dazzled as an NC two A division, one tennis player and by all accounts. He really was a tennis player. He really did play tennis for Harvard. It wasn't the scam in the flimflam. He was raised in Sarasota, Florida. He was named the tennis player of the year in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine by the Herald Tribune, his hometown newspapers father is a prominent real estate lawyer in the area with degrees from Michigan state and Wayne State university of in Detroit. A woman who answered the phone at the number listed for his parents threatened to call the cops and hung up when we asked her questions. This is the Washington Post. He began his job as IMG's exam. Prep director in oh six and lives in palmetto Florida, just outside Sarasota records show. He married a college classmate and helps direct the local Harvard club of Sarasota, he has been given or he has given modest sums to local candidates. But otherwise, he's. Remains remote from high profile debates and scandals by all accounts, lives, a quality a quiet life seemingly at odds with the brazen. Acts of fraud of which he now stands accused. What should be noted? According to the Washington Post is this man rebel had no inside access at the exam companies that the parents implicated in the scheme so badly wanted to beat what he had was a Harvard degree and a good set of test taking skills. Andrew Lang the US attorney for the district of Massachusetts offered this assessment of rebels utility quote. He was just a really smart guy. He did not have inside information about the correct answers. He was just smart enough to get a near perfect score on demand or even to calibrate to score. So it didn't draw too much attention. I just need fifteen points. Get me fifteen extra points. Get me twenty extra points. That's what he was able to do. According to the indictment singer flu rebel to Houston. In different locations in California where the self-described quote master coach had bribed test administrators for their cooperation and paid the Harvard. Grad ten thousand dollars for each student whose testy either corrected or completed entirely by himself. Let me just say parenthetically. It's ten thousand dollars is nice. Nice money. How many people got busted in this in this game? Do you remember? Was like fifty. So let's say he made ten thousand. Let's say he did fifty tests any ten thousand test five hundred thousand dollars. But is that are you gonna race your entire life over a half a million bucks? When you clearly he's got skills. Sometimes the students believe they were taking the tests for themselves other times rebel actively helped him on the exam in the fall of two thousand fifteen a thirties said he sat side by side with a student as she completed her SAT in Belmont, California, providing her with answers and later gloated about getting away with cheating that was the young girl. I told you about that was in the newspaper. Authorities said in the summer of twenty eighteen he completed the ACT in Houston hotel room for the son of Jane Buckingham. The chief executive of a boutique marketing firm in Houston. I believe her book. If you look it up Jane Buckingham is her book is entitled how to get out of sticky situations. Singer boasted that rebel was his best test taker according to the indictment he could quote nail a score. He's that good. That's that's who this. This guy is the US attorney leveling echoed the assessment when he addressed reporters on Tuesday explaining how singer would discuss with parents their child's target score which had to be good. But had to allude suspicion. See can't cope from like zero to a fourteen hundred you've got to kind of work your way up. He then would direct rebel attempt to hit that exact score that they were looking for his page on the IMG academy website was removed on Tuesday a cash. Eight version includes the boarding schools account of his duties and credentials. He was a coordinator and leader of the college entrance exam prep. So he's obviously steeped in entrance exams and the college exams, so he's probably taking these tests on the side for fun. Okay. That's a b squared. Okay. That's three. Okay. That's see. Okay. That's. There's only going to be like a universe of questions. I mean, probably some of them are very familiar, and if he's taking all these tests, he's probably just getting better and better taking the same darn task course over and over again. Imagine. If like, he's just will be interesting if he just had a massive change of heart starts to out these kids bloom. What do you mean only got three hundred? I'm never gonna get it. Now. I'm going to venture now rebels page. So it says that he was basically in the test. Yeah. I think I'm gonna taverna tank out all your tests. So is the coordinator and leader of the college entrance exam. Prep was responsible for the schools, test prep curriculum and recruited tutors to fill the growing need for additional one on one tutoring. Which allowed the students to have private learning opportunities and customize their educational experience. John I'm going to see if any of them want to come and hang with you. All right. Maybe put us we're delta school. 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Mark Riddell Suspended by IMG Academy After Indictment in Bribery Scandal

AM Tampa Bay

01:02 min | 3 years ago

Mark Riddell Suspended by IMG Academy After Indictment in Bribery Scandal

"An employee at a manatee county school is involved in a nationwide college bribery scandal. Mark ridell appel meadow is an administrator at Bradenton IMG academy. The FBI says he bribed SAT and ACT officials to take the college entrance exams for the children of parents who paid him to do. Oh, so meanwhile, the scandal has some Hollywood stars caught up in the sting which involves some of the country's most prestigious schools actress, Laurie Lachlan most known for her role as and Becky on full house. Have a confession went onto marry famous and wealthy fashion designer Maasim Ojea newly and together they have two daughters. According to the indictment Lachlan and her husband agreed to pay five hundred thousand dollars in bribes to get their girls into USC. The money allegedly bought them two spots on the women's rowing team. Their application allegedly had photo shopped images of the girls on rowing machines. Crystal crews reporting from L A Lachlan is expected to turn herself into a thirties today.

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