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"itv" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

07:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"itv" Discussed on Racing Post

"This upcoming race that Three fifteen race once again. We're going five places. Here and small presents does copper market four to one regarding routes five to one eight seven to one ashdown lab for first time following a wind up and that's been supported as well. Colonial dreams is seven to one. It's eight to one. I will do and ten to one and bigger the rest. I was going to side with supercar mystic and set three fifteen race. I think it's a nice each way. Backup price very consistent. It's finished in the top. Two in his last six starts. Which i think is rather interesting as well. It's a horse. It doesn't know how to run a bad race and the amateur jockey. Zac baker also one on this horse at kempton in november. So he's taken over the reins but he has got experience on the horse. So i'm going to go test super communistic each way in the street fifteen. Hopefully you'll get in those five places what do you think. Dj hearts in here looked at. I love and i thought he was going to take this season by storm. I stand lied. And he's done noten buttons appoint me and like twenty. One is handicapped. you talks. That are here is the har- stock could win and algebra class. I just couldn't wait to see him again on. T. ron chattanooga santa fe for great to in december. Very very disappointing. Them made mistakes. Jones sloppily. didn't pick up the way i thought he would then he was really back. Again at doncaster. 'em river down to again. He kind of you know just went out like a light. So he did and I think he bled that they was. I think the report said that the loudness track ya boston. I just think he's he's he's a very good harks. That's better than one hundred. Thirty five raided horses. He's how to win operation. He's had a break. He said sixty three days off. And look maybe my eyes were to save me at star disease. An maybe not the heart study taught. He was but always taught the world that this harsh. She's a gorgeous horse to look at the last chance. Many of these money many of these horses. This is last chance saloon for ten. Yes similarly de novo. But isn't it but window i unless you saying the skeletons you bet. They're going to be firing everything they can this weekend on indeed movement next couple of days. Tc finely well. We're five places there before not to pick one To try to the frame wouldn't it. It's not race. i would usually be interested in pontiac. Bonn certainly interested in saudi assistant to get in the fast five. 'em lavelle is i under rose. After one o'clock rice point point. Sorry very impressively. He showed good promise. Not equipped trips in. Nova side was behind the likes of symbolic. He's the he's got plenty of ability to fit bulbs obey his jumpings. Gone a bit too paul. This season on hold the night And then he proved he was really well. Handicap insists in all the mark of one one seven when he took second at cheltenham in november in a better rights in this odds connections for the bet to ground. He hasn't really been running to the wind. You put a line through. his loss. Wrong to full is just inadequate. Immune needs three miles plus answer to fit in the Fit in the five. I think sodom assistance gone each white john's around twelve until he was one on like tearing up before we get those all important naps. What about your american fancies on saturday. T sabrina's right there. We go then. I some people will be Will be turning off at this point seriously. If you love your flat race in tune into sports racing over the stream you watch Racing on because sixteen graded events across the. Us is one of the biggest race days of the year The lack of came dot co dot gulfstream sanitary top-quality action and especially if the partition. Stuff doesn't really take your fancy Pay extra focus to canaan as well for the domestic front because was woven starts. His two year olds spring meet and which actually begins friday. Look out for west was to get much better prices. If you see the wind today on the day. Roy alaska a couple of horses. That i'm gonna pop A few us on the first one is hidden. Scroll in the nine twenty four keeneland which is great three commonwealth states. The favorite will probably be flagstaff. He's joining the inside. The he's coming here on the back of of decent efforts but john saleh trains on the west coast doesn't have a great record in kentucky about and scroll is always given hints and suggestions it could be a proper Graded one great one. Oh sorry he's always files. Live up to the hype that he showed on his debut success when he wrote the time. But now he's joined brad cox and if you know anything about us rights you know. That brad cox is one of the best young trainees around phenomenal breeders cup. An irony hidden. Scroll build on his recent allowance Victory that's the non twenty four keeneland which is essential quality. This is one for the short price looking for an extra throughout to that combination. Bets he runs in the great to twitter to bluegrass states leading rice Trial the kentucky. Derby notts the eleven thirty five at keeneland. This'll phenomenal won. All four stars. Full blackhawks again. Lewis is gets. The ride is bucket dolphin. He just looked real talk quality Kentucky dhabi right now. You won the southwest stakes oakland impressive functional sloppy track. Last time. people will know him as the breeders cup juvenile winner asking lens in november. Should just be winning this you to be a massive price. But he's one of the combination. Bats i can't here's your nap. All three saturday's cards. This will not be well. I'm gonna pop another horse. Wolves skylight and eight thirty wolverhampton. She's not exposed philly She's finished to racist much better than previous number of stause last. Probably due to the fact that first time cheek pieces fifty two runs back then. She backed up again last time she returns a hawaii on. Debut for kevin phillips. Deploy us metaphor normal starts his training career trade ten minutes from thirty seven runners off. Skylights got great johnson. Hans statistics Wolves day jane. yeah. I'm gonna go for one in the and four or five at ferry horse. Called magic tricks is a broader of abracadabra. The virus for the kennedy lee didn't make as and was placed wrong. Am he's ready to hold a thirty. Two surely better lasts. I think better grade will bring out the best in them or anyone is made her at navanly. Beat a great. Barry was really impressive. Display drifted in the marcus and dan around on heavy grain behind the just and it was soft heavy again when he ran in the grade. One leopard said he's got american one hundred thirty two. This is a nice big poss- forty seven tasted a winner Magic tricks win at first. Easy foster mark lodge. That's four zero five various handicap hurdle who has an awful that one and graham. I'm going to go with sars any in the three o'clock muscle.

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Complaints pour in over UK presenter's comments on Meghan Markle

Colleen and Bradley

02:22 min | Last month

Complaints pour in over UK presenter's comments on Meghan Markle

"To go down. Let's talk about Piers Morgan. This is another interesting one. I love it. He is interestingly standing firm in his controversial remarks about Meghan Markle following his departure from Good Morning Britain, and this is another such an interesting Element of the story, which is the royal family's relationship with the press, which, of course, Harry and Meghan talked about that It's a mutually beneficial relationship, and that it was to the families benefit to sort of have Meghan be the sacrificial lamb taking all the heat, and then everybody else was good in the good press, so for them At the time. It felt like kind of a good deal. Piers Morgan has long hated Meghan Markle Ass got all kinds of access to growing kinds of weird issues with her. He made a lot of disparaging comments about her following the interview with Oprah got quite the reaction 41,000 complaints made to his network about his comments in particular. That questioned Megan's authenticity when it came to her mental health struggles. Um and so megastar, bro. Oh, he's so gross also made a formal complaint to ITV following his comments. That's what people magazine is reporting and other people are reporting. So I don't have that for sure from Meghan Markle, but that's what's being reported. Page six reported that Yeah, Here's what Piers Morgan tweeted On Monday. I said I didn't believe Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview. I've had time to reflect on this opinion, and I still don't if you did. Okay. Freedom of speech is a hill. I'm happy to die on. Thanks for all the love and hate. I'm off to spend more time with my opinions. And then he posted a photo of sir Winston Churchill in a quote from him. That said some people's idea of free speech is that they're free to say what they like. If anyone says anything back, that is an outrage to which I say Piers Morgan. That's what you did. You said your piece and then your colleague. The weather man called you out and said that he disagreed. And then you stomped off like a baby toddler. My three year old Han handle emotions better than that. And honestly and this is Oh, I can't this like fries me to the core. He's so gross. And, uh, there is. No you are not a hero. Piers Morgan, don't And don't do that thing where you find a quote. That sounds really good and be like this is what I'm doing. It doesn't apply to this situation because you were the one that when someone talked back to you,

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Buckingham Palace Responds To Allegations In Harry And Meghan's Oprah Interview

On The Edge With Thayrone

01:09 min | Last month

Buckingham Palace Responds To Allegations In Harry And Meghan's Oprah Interview

"Buckingham Palace says allegations of racism made by Prince Harry and wife Meghan are concerning and will be addressed privately by the royal family. A statement issued today on behalf of the queen also says the couple and baby Archie will always be much loved members of the family and that the whole family was saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan. Meghan says concerns were raised about the color of the baby's skin while she was pregnant. Her family. Also responding. Both Mega Marco's father and half sister spoke Outpost Oprah Interview when the actress laid out claims of racism against the British monarchy and her own suicidal thoughts. While living is part of the royal family, Thomas Marco said he does not believe the British royal family's racist, he told the British network ITV, he has great respect for the Royals. He said he believes Los Angeles is racist. California is racist, while Samantha Marchal, who wrote a book titled The Diary of Princess Pushy His sister refuted claims from the Duchess of Sussex that they don't know one another by providing pictures to inside edition that proved the two shared significant moments

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Experts Doubt Royal Family Will Break Silence on Allegations from Oprah Interview

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:38 min | Last month

Experts Doubt Royal Family Will Break Silence on Allegations from Oprah Interview

"No comment from Buckingham Palace on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is Blockbuster interview with Oprah and CBS. Royal biographer Hugo Vickers doubts the Royals and tend to directly address the allegations of racism and hostility raised in the interview, think they're likely to engage in a kind of war between two parties, which across the tabloid press would greatly enjoyed, But there's growing pressure on the palace to address what's shaping up to be the biggest PR crisis for Britain's Royals since the death of Princess Diana Vicky bar. For CBS News. London More than 12 Million people in the UK Watch the interview on ITV last night 17 million watched in the U. S on Sunday. Ah, judge in Louisville has dropped all charges against Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, w El Ky TVs. Erica Fox Locker was facing charges of attempted murder for firing on the officers serving and no knock warrant hitting one of them in the leg. Walker has maintained he did not know they were officers. The Commonwealth attorney filed a motion last week to dismiss the charges with prejudice, meaning they cannot be brought again. Briana Taylor was shot to death by police with a drug warrant for someone else. President Biden's German shepherds are in the doghouse reports they major in champ have been sent back to the first family's home in Wilmington. After one of them bit. A member of the White House security team. Major, who's three is the first rescue dog to take up residence at the White House. He's reportedly been barking and lunging at staff. This is CBS News. Del semi annual sale for business business has has arrived. arrived. Save Save up up to to 45% 45% on on Dell Dell Computers Computers powered powered by by Intel. Intel. Core Core processors. processors. Just Just call call 877 877 Ask Ask Del Del

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British TV and the threat from tech

The Media Show

06:01 min | 4 months ago

British TV and the threat from tech

"How this week off. Calm the media regulator put out a pretty stark warning traditional. Uk broadcasting is at risk without radical shake-up but at risk of what and. What kind of shakeup are they talking about already. This ofcom is given the go-ahead to two new tv channels including one from rupert murdoch's news. Uk and ofcom is reportedly about to take on the massive task of regulating online harm including social media platforms like youtube an instagram but is a uk regulator really able to police the world wide web. While i'm joined by the person best able to answer those questions day. Melanie does is the newish chief. Executive of com a job. She started in february this year. And she's giving her first major interview to the media. Show elanie welcome to the media. Show thank you very much. Let's start with a quickfire round what you listen to this morning. Gosh i was listening to bbc. Radio news radio four today program. Which is what i often do in the mornings. I'm also these days increasing times radio well but that's how often wake up in the morning. I watched your perm new source. That you i heard two in the mornings day program. So it's a mix of the traditional newspapers. We got quite a lot in our household during the day. I i look at sky news up quite a lot. also bbc news and i'm a fan of bbc. Radio and things like newscast is one of my favorites as well. What was the best thing you've seen on. Tv recently This time of year for me and my family is definitely strictly is just that time of year. Isn't it so. We're addicted to that. Every saturday night and sunday night for the results. Show georgia tech news most evenings. Some evenings are sometimes. Watch the bbc news. Sometimes i tv but to be honest increasingly like a lot of people. I'm i'm watching things on ketchup or doing things on the radio. Lord by the world catch up shortly in terms of online video. Subscriptions huge choices as disney plus amazon. Prime video netflix. Do you have. We've got two three disney but we've got net flicks and prime and some of the others so so we watch a real bletchley of traditional british tv alongside some of the new streaming services and we'll come onto kind of that balance and what it should look like in the future life for those who don't know huge amount about your background your career. You very distinguished career seven. Have you have actually worked in the arts or media or on a film set. Tv newsroom any of that stuff. No i never have myself. But of course what what i what i do bring is inadequate. Lot of understanding. You're kind of public policy. And how you make decisions in that context and i am also an avid viewer and listener. Tv and radio. Why would come appoint someone who's a massive public policy but it hasn't got a background in media and communications. I mean sharon. What was she went to the treasury for many is what does that say about the thinking behind that your appointment what. I'm not so much sure about my own appointment but the important thing in off comments that we have got a lot of experience from all sorts of different walks of life. We've got people who are radio engineers. He knew everything about managing spectrum. Which is one of the jobs we do. We've also got a lot of people with a background in the broadcasting industry. So might my job is to leave the organization and pull that together now. This is the show. We talk a lot about off. Komo news programming media regulator. This may not realize quite how broad you'll remain is. Could you just give us a quick run through of the cost of various that. Come under your purview. The communications regulator. So we look at things like how we get broadband improved across the country and mobile phone services making sure that the consumers valley served. But we also gonna come onto you today. We oversee the broadcasting costing sector and some of the rules and regulations that were that just says of come does a content regulator. Can you talk us through this week's ruling you made over i tv. What did you find what happens next. We found that. I had broken our rules. This is about how they were running on their competitions and some viewers who who wrote in and we're in that competition didn't have their votes counted. So what was great with a really good engagement with tv. The moment they spotted this they told us about it and they've they've really taken steps to address it so we won't be taking any further action but they did break the rules the rules. Should they be punished including facing fines. Well in this case it was human error it was just about putting the data on a spreadsheet incorrectly. And also i. Tv did engage with us really well. I'm really constructively right from the beginning. So we take that kind of thing into account and that's why we'll be taking further action of comes authority outfit. Come from the fact that it can hurt people financially. There's a bit of social stigma opprobrium attached to the fact that you might be found against by off calm but is your power ultimately that you can hurt people in their pocket. Well i mean. I think when you a regulator you've got a range of things that you're you're able to do one of them. Yes is to is to sanction people and find things but ideally is a last resort. An awful of ofcom does and we've been. We've done this in the report. We publish this week is actually bring research and evidence bear on on important questions and to make sure this transparency about what's going on let's focus a little bit on euro as a content regulator and look at some of the other big media stories around this week so all of a doubt in the culture sector. You must speak to you. On a regular basis. as written to netflix's asking them to make clear their drama series. The crown is fictionalized. Now if the crown with broadcast on bbc one and therefore fell under of comes burkas code which you guys make. The bbc put a disclaimer on it. Well i think it's a really interesting question. I mean you know as as you hinting out. There are different rules for different kinds of streams that we can now crtv so if you watching a program on bbc warn itv's for pretty much on sky virgin then you'll again you're watching programs are regulated by off. Commander are broadcasting code. If you're watching netflix six then it's a much narrower so regulations. In fact the regulator there is in holland because net flicks headquartered there for the whole of europe and actually you're watching on on youtube. Then there's no regulation at all so it is quite confusing sometimes for the viewer. Things

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Researchers nearly double U.S. coronavirus death projection due to easing restrictions

All Things Considered

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Researchers nearly double U.S. coronavirus death projection due to easing restrictions

"A prominent forecasting team has nearly doubled their projection of coded nineteen deaths in the U. S. they say the disease will claim nearly a hundred and thirty five thousand lives by early August courting to revised estimates from the university of Washington's institute for health metrics and evaluation as NPR's and read Eisenman the researchers behind the IG model as it's known for short say they're projecting so many more deaths now for a simple reason more than thirty states are on track to ease social distancing rules by mid month and cell phone and other data sources suggest people are already increasing face to face interactions I choose models gotten a lot of attention since late March when officials with the White House coronavirus task force said IG's projections were similar to their own undisclosed internal modeling but it's worth noting that I to me is is just one of many models out there and there's a lively debate among epidemiologists about ITV's particular methodology and the results now read Eisenman

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Royals step up as Charles tests positive for COVID-19

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Royals step up as Charles tests positive for COVID-19

"Of course the big news. This week was Charles tested positive for the corona virus on Tuesday and that was shared with the wealth by Clarence House on the Wednesday. Of course he is in good health. That has been made very clear by the panelists and has continued his work but it was a reassuring glimpse to see him in great spirits to we saw him suited and booted in front of the camera. Copping everyone else in the country and I think you know. We spoke a little bit about this in the past episode. How this country often lanes on the Royal Family Reassurance in times of crisis and I think seeing them regardless of the health status that they may or may not be in still getting on with the work that keep calm. Carry on attitude that we're so used to that we expect from our royals. Of course there has been a lot of concern about the queen. We'll talk about that later in the episode but Yes it's been a time where I think again we're reminded of the relevancy of the royal family. Funny you mention that struck me as well. You had all of the royal palaces saying on twitter throughout the day remember at eight o'clock remember at eight o'clock and I. I laughed a bit when you know one of our mutual friends. Christopher ITV's following the royals he tweeted out. He Re tweeted an account from the Queen. Who was saying. Go out at eight o'clock to clap. And he's like I mean if the Queen tells you to do it you got to do it and there is some truth about all this and more with a crisis like this. It's like you do look to the leadership of the Queen. She is still a leader of this country. And so when you when you look to someone like that during these moments when seems like everything else is falling apart it sort of reinforces that They still have a purpose in their leadership and people really do feel for them and look to them in these times absolutely and of course that leadership the work that she does is continued behind palace walls in social isolation at Windsor Castle. We saw pictures of the Queen working from. I'm from Harare in office. Space or weak. Little look into that but of course he was on the phone to Prime Minister. Boris Johnson she had been Up until that point always meeting a weekly basis like she does with every prime minister for that in-person audience. It's always that confidential off the record meeting that they have really as a chance of the prime minister to almost sort of like let some of the burden office chest and talk to the monarch about some of his or her issues or concerns and although she remains a sort of a political figure I think being able to have that conversation with someone in that position as always being something very much cherished by prime ministers past and present omitted that phone call. We know what happened Wednesday and then Friday that huge announcement would even made me. Do a double take when we saw that. Prime Minister Boris Johnson tested positive for corona virus. One of the biggest world leaders now also falling to this disease this virus but with interesting is that all of a sudden you have the queen who obviously is in her nineties. That is a huge risk group for the virus and she's been meeting with all of these people who have since tested positive. You know. We know that while she was on the phone with Boris this past Wednesday. She did meet with him in person she also met with Charles in person not too long ago. I mean I for one when I heard both about Charles and then today about Boris. One of my first thought was. Oh my gosh the queen like how is she doing right now absolutely and I think that was. Everyone's first thoughts. Obviously we had seen the queen with Boris Johnson. The march eleventh. We saw with Charles much twelve and that was something that I think all of us were very keen to find out from the palace. They do assure us that she remains in good health and they point out that the last time she was with. Boris Johnson was much eleventh. And they just say that she's following the appropriate advice with regards to her welfare then not commenting any further. But I think that we what we can take away from. That is that she is in good health and really. That's what the concern is being and I think that would would have been the same for other family members within the royals to of course it has been a tough week for them. Charles's diagnosis was a bombshell in a way. Because I think we we only took in the last episode how they all sort of removed to isolated locations and they're away from any risks of catching the virus and of course it turns out that Charles had already contracted the virus at that point. It was the Sunday after our last episode that he experienced mild symptoms call in Scotland. Where he was staying Miller had just joined him on that day he'd been there a couple of days earlier and then later that day he was

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Reality TV Host Wanted For Sexual Abuse Of Minors Is Dead After Reported Suicide

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Reality TV Host Wanted For Sexual Abuse Of Minors Is Dead After Reported Suicide

"It is reality TV show love island is back on the air today this after a two day break following the suicide of its former host three please all gather around a five Caroline Flack killed herself two months after her arrest on a charge of assaulting her boyfriend which cost her her job posting ITV's sexually explicit love island her agents are blaming overzealous prosecutors but a former chief prosecutor here says don't blame them they are doing what we are asking to do he says a hundred and twenty Britain's die from domestic violence each year not to prosecute flak would have been a disservice to all victims Vicki Barker CBS news

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"itv" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"itv" Discussed on Racing Post

"Know w win a mess all be pushing that say great but but a lot of times they don't always have to be that time these average three and i. I think this is what we got. Positive five about trump's visit our grand roadway what she'll selecting innovative. I think if you're going to be impulsive then you probably think that's penetrate. It must be the second coming because phoenicia apso be hammadi met goodwood. I mean back positive that the n._f._l. Very very well in defeat and he did beat the rest easily. I mean if if wins this race tied elite and you're going to be thinking that penetrate by must be an absolute superstar which might well be balkan be back in positive the price <hes> given leaves beaten by <hes> pinatubo. I think he's an interesting because that goodwill one around also mentioned that there was a really strong headwind and visionary blasted out and attempted to michael ryan to that headwind <hes> <hes> <hes> do i would probably be back to how i was blown away with ease win at yarmouth camouflage. We did quite a lot now. He was one to six so it was a week enough. Rice needs main rival lost five names of the stars so it's not odds pick the phone bots. What's he was <hes> sweating off. He was only before the rice. He didn't look really so straight-forward. A tow pulled quite hawes and he blew them. Y you must fully running at the finish shelves to worry again is that could that could happen again. Maybe we'll get a little bit to head up. Sunny and pleasant again isn't as i blue sierra guy who's having seen him donate once maybe it wouldn't be a total negative if he did and i think he's always with lows more to come out. Suhel okay an down verdict. Communications are singing the same hymn sheet here yeah <hes> <hes> if you look at visionary he was made up to be a god after his first start and then at at the end of a second start lahser sandy was no good and then goodwood these apparently useless and they just if people seem to jump to extremes of these horses way too quickly and for me. The truth probably lies somewhere. We're in the middle. I think an awful lot went against the code yeah. He didn't handle the track as well as he tried to. Give a lead to a horse who is probably a class above general and tried to go away from her as positive was very much ridden to pick up the pieces which which he julie did <hes> yeah look i think he could definitely get a soft lead here <hes> kind of have in his own way <hes> the ground be in his favor <hes> that al suheil context to to warn about a harsh only one airmont novice. I mean yes okay he eh you might end up being very special as says he is. I'd say nearly two stone to find with these <hes> at at their best farm so far as to one yeah i'd say visionary in my book is is more of a fight two to three to one shot and i'm more than happy to take that price about him. Visionary winds killed for perot. John's willoughby obviously established the visit club disney and then go all sorts of stick after that good would run walk. You've pit will stick me. It's great people come out with opinions in it will hit on our that's gonna win on <hes> uh-huh untypically with james. You didn't very interesting evidence backed innovative. Y you get it absolutely absolutely agree the people who opinions like that. It's always after the fact it's everything is absolutely violence. It's the worst thing you can do. As far as i'm concerned i couldn't agree more or less like a quick bright and then we'll be back with beverly so does he treat bet that my horse has to part of the race in reverse. Everyone loves. It's a newbie. That's why poti power. Games are getting all new customers. Sixty free spins on daily jackpot games. You play pal games customers. Only one per customer sees applying right and welcome back bruce millington things and paul kelly graham roadway patty pals darren hughes looking into three more itv's four races..

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Breaking Down Trump's UK Visit

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Breaking Down Trump's UK Visit

"We've been talking about Donald Trump and his visits to the U K to Earl and particularly his remarks to Leo varadkar that, of course, makes many of the front pages. Yes. It's very covered by the guardian FT and times. But vodka was snubbed the only politician trying to convince Donald Trump of something he had immediate with print with prince of Wales in which Prince Charles, the most of the talking because what was supposed to be fifteen minutes meeting ended up being ninety ninety minutes trying to persuade him of extension thread around climate emergency is. And it is something Trump said to Piers Morgan during interview. Itv's. Good morning Britain, the Charleston hour an half lobbying him on the subject in his to Clarence House. The encounter was scheduled to us for no more than fifteen minutes. Prince however, was rely really into it. This is covered by the times. And this is one of the in which Donald Trump is been taught on something take into consideration that car had to, to the troubles in Arlon.

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"itv" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"itv" Discussed on Racing Post

"Hate available. I just see her beaten Vincent broke again. She's Audrey on his voice James who are you gonna come down on the side of? Got it. Right. Actually, I think for racist would be a pretty typical winner of this race. You have to say I mean connections of done very well with these types of Phillies in this race in the past in particular, try not smoke stout. Grind won't be a problem for her. I mean, she prerecorded on a few occasions lost time that she handles quickest ground, and every son that she's going to improve from free to four whereas you can't really say that about Vilson brook. Okay. We've got two more ITV live races the rest of the market card and the rooster racing Hamilton and Goram Paul g road where else do you like one fifty? There's a stealth who's in the first time out that might improved is the right price. Melton ju useful off-season B L forest at Sandown that one went on. So we nicely at Goodwood. And look just say just trotted it out. You know, that's still you know, she'll to improve. But this time. Price the price is ROY. You know, so I'm happy to to take a chance on Milton Jew in the one fifty this hosts running Jimmy Jimmy should take over an ultra and find the other one. Oh there. It is. Sorry, got it. Now firefighting in the same school, pens, and you can write down. We come in and four four interim in the same race. That's that's a massive price on his best form got good form at the track albeit, I think it's one new July, July, one of the July July walk, you know, the other coast. What's the a couple of the other one? I honestly cannot find the other one. I'll get the I'm not sure you will. But and we'll give you a chance. In the meantime. If you can spend about twenty minutes offense. Maybe it's not running. I don't think it's running. Yeah. I li- victory angel Newmarket's two fifty five going to be having his first run for rubber Cal is real master trainer. Improving sprinters as I go. He's a good record fresh. He's writing from six pound lower than when when four from this race lost. Yes. I I think he's not getting him unless says A B or in the field victory angel for me and in the opening race at Newmarket, the one fifty tough rice, cool, but I'm going to stick with Baghdad..

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BBC, ITV And North America discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:17 sec | 2 years ago

BBC, ITV And North America discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"British broadcasters ITV, and the BBC have announced that they are in talks to create a rival to Netflix the head of the BBC. Tony whole says that the Brit box, which is already available as a streaming service in North America. We'll be launched in the UK later this year

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"itv" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

Talk Filmy to Me

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"itv" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

"She always does amazing gravitas, and she can add she can really keep a scene serious. But she can also add a bit of humanity to as well, she. Here's a dog around this film loss at the time. The dog is absolutely fantastic. I'm sure that there's a there's gonna be lots of mimi's from that going forward. Very good, very good memorable bulldog. But dogs and mimi's aside. Let's talk about the cost itself has mentioned absolutely status. Some amazing names on this the the dynamic between the wives in this film is interesting and some healthy tension. There's some conflict there's some commodity in. It's a boost as well. And I also wanna give a shout to the action in this you wouldn't necessarily from the traders on the stand. How much kick ass action is actually in this film. But it ties in very nice way. The white sports gathered is an interesting twist in the furred act, which I kind of saw coming mile of which kind of left a bad taste in my mouth, but made it quite predictable. And again, nothing against the whole films narrative. I've really enjoyed this. Shame that paper on shouting about this one from the rooftops a little bit more. And I hope to see this on samba cost put back together at she hit another film. I don't know if if it would go on this trip. So if I go do something else, but I. I think we are the Davis is absolutely amazing in this. Horizon is keep it keeps on going. So hopefully, more of the same. We'll get from her suing. So from this. I'm gonna give it a school for our five is a good recommendation. Definitely the film if the week, and yeah, I think it comes out in the UK on the sixth of November do believe and is out this week. So, yeah, if you're struggling to pick a film, this is your film for this week widows for this whole thing. Wrong on my kids to know that I didn't just sit there and take it. I did something. Young future. Anyway. So now you have four five widows a great ensemble cast. A really interesting sleek depiction of the heist movie based on an ITV show back in the day. How random it becomes a Hollywood blockbuster desperate now Flynn? Anyway, should we crack nose before we get through desperate news? Jim Cameron on my have a go at this go I from time to time. Apparently, he knows houses head of film. Also, so I can't really dismiss him that much. But anyway, he announced he slates avatar movie titles. We've talked about this for a while. Now, he's got a few in canning terms of films as planning he's actually filming two of them back to back at the moment, then taking a break for a year. And then filming the following to this is taking up a lot of everyone's time in terms with the cost road returning costs are coming back to it. They've signed Uber long contracts. So the rest of their lives are taken out this film here at a tie. Also, the first sequel to advertise avatar the way of war. Utter. I can't help but feel that somehow done some love story where the blue monkey has sex for fish. But anyway, that aside the secrets following that will be called avatar the seed bearer. I'm sure that doesn't sound though you told to anyone the furred film's going to be avatar. The token raider, you know, those big birds they were flying. I think no cool tokens anyway. And finally, the final films can be cool to quest the Ayla, which is the if you remember avatar fans out there that was the the God the God of the planet the planet. I will. And it's going to be a quest for that. So John, we'll see all your tycoons..

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Princess Eugenie's wedding to be broadcast live on ITV

Channel 33

00:0-19 sec | 2 years ago

Princess Eugenie's wedding to be broadcast live on ITV

Patriots' Bill Belichick pressed on Malcolm Butler Super Bowl benching

WBZ Midday News

02:22 min | 2 years ago

Patriots' Bill Belichick pressed on Malcolm Butler Super Bowl benching

"Agent Nova Chuck the AP's Charles de LA desma reports only rarely has told itv's news in Britain he may have thought the bottle which he hadn't known. Contained the deadly nerve agent in his home for several. Days before handing it to his partner Don Sturgis she became, ill within fifteen minutes and died. Eight days later he, was also exposed but survived after hospitalization then he says he has a memory of studies applying the bottles contents. And then rubbing, together, the substance facility and, didn't smell like perfume please believe the 'nother Chuck was from the. Same batch used in the March attack on x Ray Russian spy. Is cripple and his daughter Yulia Charles. De Ledesma WBZ news, time is twelve forty one now on the ringcentral news line it's time. For sports the Red Sox pick up a starting pitcher in a trade with the Tampa Bay rays they get veteran right-hander Nathan evil d. giving up. Minor leaguer. Joelene beaks and weather permitting the SOX play the rubber game. With the last place Orioles tonight in Baltimore. At seven oh five David price will try to match a team high with his twelfth win but it's not just baseball football season's underway, WBZ's Adam Kaufman has more from patriots coach Bill Belichick in the as hticket dot com sports studio Morning That'd be training camp With those words, from Bill, Belichick away we go patriots head coach met with the media for fourteen minutes this morning and was asked all the hits in his first. Availability since offseason workouts Malcolm Butler Super Bowl benching Julian elements suspension, rob gronkowski's contract status whether Malcolm. Mitchell's on trade block if he actually texted Jimmy Garoppolo after. Those Niners wins everything but his relationship with Tom, Brady and Robert Kraft. The message was consistent last, years in the past, internal matters are internal and it's time to look ahead as always excited for the, start, of the season say get going. Along way to go. We haven't done anything all of, us start, with, me, coaching. Staff head coach everybody it's a new season for all of us will have a lot of work to do a certainly a lot of skills that I need to refine and improve and work on to get them to the level that they need to be out for the. For the football season but that's what training camp and preseason games and. So forth or four so a work. To do those things so individually and, collectively as a team and as a staff were excited and, looking forward to that Opportunity players had to report today. Bats can't.

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ITV's half yearly revenues rise by 8%

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:55 min | 2 years ago

ITV's half yearly revenues rise by 8%

"Check the markets for you every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio and if we, look at the Asian equity session, the Asia Pacific index is. Up some two tenths of. A percent you're seeing a little bit of a mixed picture across the indices little bit of outperformance on the hang sang Chinese equities at steady if a touch weaker after to the biggest three day gain in about two years after Chinese equities the UN. Study as well of course we saw that drop to its lowest in a year yesterday looking at, the offshore we are still. Past six eight six eighty. Nine is where we trade but we're fairly steady on, that the, Turkish. Lira also studying. Up, we'll talk. About that in just a second with David he actually it is. A touch stronger if anything. Up almost six tenths of a percent after dropping three percent yesterday again. We'll talk more about that injustice Second elsewhere and affects. The Bloomberg dollar index are that is really going nowhere dead flat the AUSSIE dollar is what you want to be focusing on. In this session that weaker after that we can expected CPI. Data David Feherty again is going to talk to Donald. So I just want to mention all the yen Marcus, because that. Is off two tenths of, a percent eighty, two spot thirty two is where we trade but the top forecaster for. This cross that says that if the trade tensions, heat up we could see or the yen dropped to seventy six. Fifty a level that we haven't seen since two thousand sixteen and a number of people have points to this, as a key cross to watch if we talk about trade tensions in the fixed income space of the tenure JJ be. Yield down one and a. Half basis, points really we didn't see anything unusual out of that regular, operation from the b., o. j. but of course, the has been very much in focus this, week the ten year treasury yield meanwhile down a basis point as. Well two point nine four percent is where we trade. So we continue to pull away from. That three percent level and we've got the cash market open for European bonds, as, well we'll bring you those prices And yields as we get the Marcus yeah we're also looking ahead to the European open in terms of equities. The stock six hundred yesterday climbing, zero point nine percent the largest increase in a month this morning however the futures are, pointing lower euro stocks fifty futures off by about a quarter of a percentage point the same goes for Dax futures Footsie-100 futures declining by about a third of one percent futures are performing they are. Little changed as I look at them now of course we've had through a slew of different earnings that we need to take into. Account. In the European equity space including Deutsche Bank LVMH also coming out with a lot. Better than expected, figures in yesterday's or after the session yesterday so, the question is if that, may help out the French index today. When it comes to commodities oil prices pressing higher. After industry data showed a drop in US inventories sixty eight, dollars and seventy two cents higher by three tenths of one percent. That is where WTI is Trading this morning corporate little changed while, other metals such as zinc as. Well as. Aluminium ARA sort of pressing lower all right let's bring you some breaking news just very quickly bring. You. The key lines here first of all I want to tell you. That IT first half revenue is coming at, one point, five nine billion pounds the estimate was one. Point, four nine billion pounds so that is. A beat on the first half revenue for IT of course. You can dig into more of. The details on. The Bloomberg terminal wisdom meanwhile first quarter revenue coming in. At five hundred and fifty three point four million. Euros, the estimate, was five hundred sixty three million euros so that is amiss the wizards beat for itv's first off revenue miss, for wizar- first-quarter. Revenue Marcus you've just gotta line coming out of Vodafone yeah first-quarter organic service revenue growth coming in. At zero point three percent the estimate there was for zero point two percent growth so a little bit better, than expected when it comes to that organic service revenue growth, guidance reiterated as well from Vodafone all right let's get back to the markets. And cross over to Singapore Paul where David Finnerty. From, the markets live team joins. Us so we're seeing some, weakness in. The in this session David a good, day to you..

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"itv" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Your cell the cards may if you're selling cars my commercials i say just do if you're trying to trade on nike's goodwill even though the products are not similar because there are famous martin famous that than it's different stamps so wait a minute so wait a famous marks get better protection so if i say just do it like listen to the martino show just do it and i do that all the time you get a phone i could get you might get a phone call spent a famous everybody knows just do it is nike they spent the money like you said and they're not going to let anybody else use that for anything like like the small i in front of things small i in front of iphone itv's apple doesn't own i i actually have a trademark for patent attorney okay so i can i do i trouble shooter yeah you probably has troubleshooter or whatever yeah so high isn't that famous iphone famous but not just the i okay could i okay now kevin see we're learning a lot i think what you're talking about though kevin is a design copyright is a copyright yeah the graphic and you're just gonna sell stickers market a graphic and i like it and i put it on my t shirt it's not a product or service it's just like a funny graphics right i am stud and i have a t shirt and it's it's written with a funny horse emblem esca copyrights but somebody can't copy it that's right copyright protects against copying all right i hope did we confuse your kevin no no no but my next question then is how do i go about getting something copyright or trademark is something i can go through say of picking a website or what's interesting is copyrights protected when you create them by copyrights damages damages don't you have to register threat to get so you better register how do you do it mark yes so you can either work with our firm we we help with copyrights trademarks copyrights if you're sophisticated enough figure out the copyright office website go to copyright dot gov e.

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"itv" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"I think it is maybe more the order sport show you're not a blast i'm great friends with itv that i still hold very dear have really good personal professional relationship with a network i just think that they belong in the wrestling business so and i'm glad that they're they're they're doing something to provide their own programming and i'm anxious and hope that the the see nothing do well bus real guys they're just their distressing fans that for when they were certain aides the product really meant something to them it was it was a time in their life where they were impressionable and they were young and the words other said about the product so those voices like yours truly those very lucky to be at the right place right time you know they they got the passion for being in the business so i hope that they succeed live that dream to matter of fact the itv if think slated for later this month is when starting mooney thank is a cool thing how much ww doing special olympics i say here i'm show it's important all of us take some ownership and pay little rent for being here and i think play pay rent for being here like muhammad ali is still one of his sayings is the fact that you know this is not free here we're just a free ride home the brave land of the free well okay cool sounds good but nothing's free and nothing's free in this country are anybody's country so it's up to us to play it forward a little bit that's all say it's not a big deal it's not a anonima pedestal here i got i can get there don't think i can't get there i can get there because i'm passionate about this so we can all do more to help our fellow man a little volunteer effort here you know a some show of support financially or our time wise or whatever and ws doing that with a special olympics and i think it's wonderful they were stepping that man hall of famer mark henry chart at flare where all there to support the special olympics usa fiftieth anniversary which was in seattle so it's you know it's one of those good trip to get to seattle but you're there and you're doing the right thing so i'm i'm happy that they're doing that you don't see a lot of the company's doing that in in the world wrastling i don't understand that either we all should do more no matter what we do somebody asked me if i was going to be working only million classic i don't have any idea i think not i would assume that if i were going to be involved again that i would have already been contacted and i don't say that i got plenty to do i mean i'm very busy but you know i didn't do i don't think i did my best work on that project there are a lot of things that mitt challenging to do one's best work but you know it's just it was a this effort was there which is the results weren't as good as i would hope would have been on my end so and as he was well he didn't he didn't have a real good outing that probably right and the other thing is you know w a lot of good young is that need work and they're never gonna get better if you don't put them in a physician to sink or swim so you get free commodities there she got also you know some some death issues i think tom philosphy great choice to do the may young classic he certainly can use more rips you know amaro doesn't hit do great my gosh so there's other the the the guys are there i think they got their staffed they don't eat meat help and i i understand that and i don't problem with i really don't i'm staying busy enough my kids think kids think i've i've gamble their heritage because i'm working sedan much i dislike being busy and no i don't have a game we have it promise you oh yeah i wanna miss this i'm really sad about going back to england in london show masters presents the lennon film and comic con.

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Pompeo says China trade policies 'predatory'

Investor's Edge

02:38 min | 3 years ago

Pompeo says China trade policies 'predatory'

"Com business break secretary of state mike pompeo says china is engaging in what he calls predatory economics one oh one and an unprecedented level of larceny of intellectual property secretary of state pompeo made these remarks at the detroit economic club as global markets reacted to trade tensions between the us and china president trump has signed a new space policy directive that aims to reduce satellite clutter in space policy calls for providing a safe and secure environment in orbit as satellite traffic increases the president also says the us space program has been bogged down by politics and rising costs on wall street the dow down one hundred three points the longest losing streak since april the nasdaq dipped just under report the sp lost six with business i'm dennis crowley was added alyssa townhall dot com i'm keith peters thomas markle says he wishes he could have walked his daughter megan down the aisle during her wedding to prince harry markle has told british the itv that his daughter cried when he told her he wasn't wet enough to attend the ceremony last month but was honored to be replaced by prince charles markle had watched the wedding from california and was very proud but he says the unfortunate thing for me now is that i'm a footnote in one of the greatest moments in history rather than adad walking his daughter down the aisle he says the couple now known as the duke and duchess of sussex who probably seek to have children soon making his dad says she's wanted children for a long time charles to the desma on chancellor angela merkel allies in bavaria virgin an immediate collision monday with a german leader giving her two weeks to make deals on migrants with other european countries instead of turning them back unilaterally at germany's border more on these stories at townhall dot com hello again this is alan gottlieb of the citizens committee for the right to keep and bear arms in my home state of washington where it is easy to get a permit to carry a concealed firearm for self protection the murder rate is a low three per one hundred thousand residents but in california where it is most difficult to get a licensed to carry a firearm the murder rate is exactly double and in washington dc where you can't get a permit to carry a firearm and it is also illegal to own a handgun in your own home for self protection the murder rate is more than fifteen times greater but don't take my word for it go to page seven sixty four of the two thousand two edition the world almanac and book of facts and see for yourself gun control.

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"itv" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Easier they said like oh man i'm going to go back to group we're all going to do a task now task for the business they business related tasks and so they found that the people that were did the mindfulness we're less motivated to actually do work related thing i spent some time being thankful writing things down expressing gratitude writing things that i'm interested in usually write a note to my son writing a note to myself and then and maybe reading a part of a book and just kind of thinking about that and then through the course of the day what i would always do is i'd always have a tv on itv's are never on now so in the evening time i have to remember maybe that there's a mariners game there's a mariners game on i'll check it and watching it in and then i turned the tv off and then typically i'm my son and i are read into each other because i want to connect and engage with him so also in the car i there's a lot of times drive around the car and i used to always have something on a lot of times i have nothing on.

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"itv" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on TechStuff

"Number in that series of four numbers this set of rules was part of the fourth version of the internet protocol so we tend to call these ip for addresses or just address for short typically if someone says ip address they're talking about itv four so what happened to versions one through three well those were all experimental versions of internet protocol that we're never rolled out for general public use now originally ib four divided up the tests to designate networks and hosts in other words part of the address would tell the system which network your computer was on and the rest of the address would be specific to your actual computer on that network because remember the internet is a network of networks it's not like each computer is just independently plugging into a giant web of data these are hierarchies that we're looking at so this is not again that different from an address on an invalid up because on the najer and the envelope you'll have general information such as a country estate a city that kind of thing and then more specific information like a house number and a street that sort of thing so again very similar to the way physical mail works but even early on well before the web the team working on internet protocol realized that this was going to limit the useful number of addresses a bit too much and so in nineteen eightyone they redefined the approach by creating five classes of networks they they designated the classes from a to e this became known as classical networking now classes d and e contained the reserved addresses i talked about before some of them were for experimental purposes and some of them were reserved for other reasons classes eighth through see us different bit lengths to designate specific networks this removed the tight restriction on the number of networks that could join the internet using ip four which up to that point had been a measly two hundred fifty six.

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"itv" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"That reflection and that's how i tried to do it do you never just wanna scream unlike b m because that's what i used to do with two feminism and now i'm at a point wettest just i just exclusion i am just shouting i'm just angry and i think that's just because i'm tired of being really inclusive but that's also is a privilege isn't it able to stand and shout which i can do it because some white so i mean i'm still woman's less will be called hysterical yet yet allah living up to get cooler raises his didn't search they're crazy yeah yeah and are you aware of that is that why do you still want to shop with your wedded you can't always that when you are i think i'm not really an aggressor but i think there's a way that i can shout without realising i'm shouted how to too passive aggressive at so i think by me being the best comedian are can buy me getting slots at venues where there's never been a black west indian female by me being on the show that's never been done in history like sorry i didn't know it was the first black panel game show on itv and i was on it so by me by in a script by may be noughts to write script and the light has been honest that we want a blat rights of because we don't want to try and right your couch are we want it to be or fainting that is how.

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"itv" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"German 'only quickly and as you pointed out they've increased their prices in the states didn't stop the growth everybody thought it might do didn't at they added another two million us subscribers last quarter and now the international part of the business known us is just as big as the us but growing far far quicker so what's the secret of their success they were originally a dvd sort of mailorder business realised early on the big broadband false broadband with a lot of data meant you could stream television which is great for people who get up early in the morning like me i that like i caught watch lord o'clock in the evening tv shows because i'm in bed so scheduling is gone out the window you can watch things when you want to which we can see this is a great thing but also because it's the internet they go directly to the consumer they don't have to go viral broadcasting company that means they have all these layers of costs that are they have to go through a book costa but it also the world is that audience so i've been looking at itv figures itv is the sort of independent competitor to the bbc here in the uk and it just shows how much smaller itv is relative to netflixing so netflixing this year is going to spend about eight billion dollars on content on shows itv more like one one and a half billion dollars the stock market valuation of net fix a hundred billion dollars itv less than a tenth of fat and the big reason is the itv as sort of liberty to the uk market netflixing has the world and it is expanding internationally very aggressively it means for national bowl costa's this is a huge challenge of it'll amazon pry other other flicks fleeces netflixing out there all i was well abbas imprimis a classic one clearly they the big one they did is they took jeremy clocks and bbc's top gear my eight year old son is possibly jerry.

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"itv" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"German 'only quickly and as you pointed out they've increased their prices in the states didn't stop the growth everybody thought it might do didn't at they added another two million us subscribers last quarter and now the international part of the business known us is just as big as the us but growing far far quicker so what's the secret of their success they were originally a dvd sort of mailorder business realised early on the big broadband false broadband with a lot of data meant you could stream television which is great for people who get up early in the morning like me i that like i caught watch lord o'clock in the evening tv shows because i'm in bed so scheduling is gone out the window you can watch things when you want to which we can see this is a great thing but also because it's the internet they go directly to the consumer they don't have to go viral broadcasting company that means they have all these layers of costs that are they have to go through a book costa but it also the world is that audience so i've been looking at itv figures itv is the sort of independent competitor to the bbc here in the uk and it just shows how much smaller itv is relative to netflixing so netflixing this year is going to spend about eight billion dollars on content on shows itv more like one one and a half billion dollars the stock market valuation of net fix a hundred billion dollars itv less than a tenth of fat and the big reason is the itv as sort of liberty to the uk market netflixing has the world and it is expanding internationally very aggressively it means for national bowl costa's this is a huge challenge of it'll amazon pry other other flicks fleeces netflixing out there all i was well abbas imprimis a classic one clearly they the big one they did is they took jeremy clocks and bbc's top gear my eight year old son is possibly jerry.

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"itv" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on Mixergy

"He's given the impossible task of getting the blue face okay and they and he's going through all these different things he's treated as a pariah he's he's out dealing with morality he's trying to figure things out in it's a rigs a great book is a great read the teaches people how to get things done right and so he his his kind of mantra was h it shall be done right and so it's the blue vase and so will what a great name for a company right what a great what a great culture to like build this company around so that's how we came up the name blue vase and one of the main characters in the book his name is alden 'capi rex first names alden i lived onto 63 alden street where i went to college so them when we said hey man let's come up with a name you know let's it's easy to spell it's easier pronounce hence michael alban and that's that's how he came up than and by the way if you go will might shoot go which you can right now like the first thing that comes up is my itv shit these schuco sc i you see ceo it's all i i use ccri see what you mean that's you schuco yeah exactly i i how your body gets schuco out of that or not is what everyone tells me right so you know and by the way it's still my it's my it's still my real name i didn't change my name to i have i have businesses banks merchant processors when they do that same who will search the first thing that comes up is the itv stop fighting through ten they think well because because it's it's it's me it's really who i am right you know and and also the big big just a pain the assery passports and everything else and i'm not hiding from who i am.

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"itv" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on Mixergy

"See for a while right in when in in gnc there's fifty different joint health supplements fifty and so you right what separates you from all those is it the formula we are formula is a little bit different but he look at them there they're all pretty similar it does come down to the marketing comes down to the story okay that marketing and the story was already in the video that you acquired when you left your previous company i than it was by ads on tv at the right slots and the right laura haitians and then also have your people on the phone be able to close the sales and my right that was the next step for you that's exactly at yahya anything different with either of those did you buy ads in an interesting way that we should learn about did you do something on the phones you're achieved do something while you know so you i've learned from other successful people the right if you have a process and it works uh you know don't don't don't change it right and so when we when we were at at at itv all the processes that were in place where there were all blessed by me right because i was a lawyer and i needed to make sure these guys weren't gonna get sued again right and so our scripting are script path our up sells everything was already developed than i had already developed at all anyway right and so but what i did was as though is is i made it better in what i what i mean by that is that i made it more sink i mean it more relatable i you know i i helped the the agents know be able to follow the script but also be able to build report with customer spend a little bit more time with customers so i really wanted to make sure because i come from the customer service dimple and then the other key element and i tell people this that i do business with his two things that i want business a product that works in great customer service and my previous company they had challenges in customer service ray a lot.

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"itv" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"And he writes just a concept man blind are like it's not a that's not a startling revelations yes because we all agreed that money is a thing it's not fucking bizarre this is that what is cents ron i'm gonna these he save a little uptight man on this i have some combinator there you probably ron anyway i said kinami is making it both a contra tv series and movie which they'll probably balls up because there are horrible itv and movie together itv what does that worked recently with have gone on a tv show and a movie they're going to run parallel to each other they're going to do with dr el they're talking about the tv series gotta be a ring of quietly shuffled that under the rug have but all the other stephen king steph stephen king stuff is doing really well so i guess they're like rome go to bring them so anyway contrary is this not to gaza run along with guns correct are the a good gripe feels a little battleship to me just yeah because there's nothing really there is no plot really to contracts just isn't an island invasion and the only people who can stop it ought to shirtless man yes what's the conomic yard meyssan up down left rightleftright be i start select start sometimes vergara thirty lives negative that's that's the thing they're gonna put in the movie i'll definitely put it as somebody will have to do some sort of button combination honor to thing everybody will clap i think ever i think somebody will have to defuse a bomb or shut down a satellites going to block the world and that'll be the code and everybody will stand up and cheer what yes i did not do it do it because not everything has to be in every day now it has to be rome that every video again abbott adaptation has to have some some video game element to it.

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"itv" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy

"For instance low violent i talk about the violent movie came and chris you've now got a song out who are on presented on itv why wouldn't your kids right one at they seem to us at what's happened to those probably monetize in it yet do you have to be clever to do that yes or no i don't know what the thing is are they really clever and intelligent all that's why most of the button they have they are now is it it's an easy way to make money is an easy way to get famous if you if you like so is there but i think while this is exactly the point i think is a terrible thing if young people think they can get a shortcut to success as salary and phase how i only have the nightclub pulling the professional league footballer because life isn't just about arriving at some destination that is superficial is all of that it should be a journey think about how you guys became good at you'll sports you had to practice you had to have and go through setbacks and challenges and then when you get to the top and actually means something to be a successful setting aggression jeff you're so you're out here sean ghaniya result is related to liberate suarez a very very fair is the world's best freestyle of fred alley amazing why am saying is matthew did you understand it in your left now i know i mean not genuine band was june to stand the appeal yeah massive when you've left glud of what you each you telling me that these about shoulders yet the do this to play fee for online yeah.

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"itv" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"And crowdsourcing well i mean again i think i was lucky because you know if you have talent like ad and people and you have i have acquired that you know i've been the director cofounder with rosemary butler in the national inquire and we get his that have rocked the mic itv as a singer he knows i did the benny carter as which came here to talk yeah yes i'm i'm a i've had another career at the singer as well as the television writer and they are songwriter composed yeah yeah and i am wears on north allan lamb thank you that this fake carter's steiner that was at length year it was you know relates is an amazing kind of circumstance to find yourself able to reach out to all the people because the choir i you know i i every december we go to hospitals and homes and and you develop very close relationships with a lot of people that that you love i love you he just when you do something good for others together and he it's a kind of a really special bond and so people stepped up for me it was really meaning if i may tell you that the genesis of how these do the the original genesis city the actual the side goat i went to vicky i know who thicky abelson she has a m a was women who writes chisholm thing terrific woman and it turns out that they wanted to invited to speak at their lunch and they have a women who right luncheon and i of course have known him for many years who worked on i worked on thunder alley with him many years ago i as i had worked with gene sparred on designing women's on women so on on you know they said can you ask ads and we'd like to perform.

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"itv" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

5 live Boxing with Costello

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"itv" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello

"And george grows against jamie cox at wembley arena on october 14th wait before that ace chris eubank giunea against a tough took avni he'll trim and that scene germany the winners of those two fights meet in the semi farthest way works as the way works calum smith faces the winner of the fight that's coming up on the same night as josh you against poulet fats in cardiff over in germany yoga bremer formula ever it will algiere by night and cleverly he takes on the pretty much on nine american rob brandt now whoever wins that fight kanombe smith would be favourite against there's a good chance here that this is opening up nicely for calm smith that he's in the final there's a very strong chance that it's an allbritish final in the super middleweight division of this world super series and i think in the end steve this i think could could have a significant impact on the televising of the sport in this country because itv sport getting behind these will seek a series george grows next fight against jamie cox chris eubank juniors next fight a both on payperview on itv box office if grove's wins and eubank junior wins you've got a colossal fight in the early part of next year which could have i think a really significant impact on the impotence that itv box office trying to make and you might have another serious player involved i mean on tv jamri our series but in terms of payperview boxing could be a huge force pudge really thought of next year would i've committed to screen all of the quarterfinals in both the super middleweight super six in the cruiserweight super six and all the semi finals and all the final says a total of fourteen contests an old woman to end in my mind and that's my problem with the super six and nevada if you run into a people behind it and i'm not anti the super quite the reverse i love it i absolutely love it but i'm still i still don't believe that you bank will uh after he's four you'd women a win net but he'll be tough on a student believed that grows i think he'll beat jamie cox on the fault of them i still don't see then fighting in february or march in the semifinal.

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