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Jags clown Colts 26-11, keep Indy from making playoffs

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Jags clown Colts 26-11, keep Indy from making playoffs

"The the colts colts eliminated eliminated themselves themselves from from the the AFC AFC playoffs playoffs with with the the stunning stunning twenty twenty six six eleven eleven loss loss to to Jacksonville Jacksonville Indianapolis Indianapolis dropped dropped its its last last two two games games won won a a victory victory in in either either one one would would have have put put them them in in the the postseason postseason NFL NFL rushing rushing champ champ Jonathan Jonathan Taylor Taylor was was held held to to seventy seventy seven seven yards yards and and the the Jaguars Jaguars turned turned a a pair pair of of Carson Carson Wentz Wentz turnovers turnovers into into ten ten points points first first overall overall pick pick Trevor Trevor Lawrence Lawrence had had his his best best game game of of the the season season completing completing twenty twenty three three of of thirty thirty two two passes passes for for two two hundred hundred twenty twenty three three yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns once once was was seventeen seventeen of of twenty twenty nine nine for for one one hundred hundred eighty eighty five five yards yards in in a a late late TD TD after after the the jags jags took took a a twenty twenty six six three three lead lead I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Why Are We Affected? (MM #3916)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Why Are We Affected? (MM #3916)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yesterday I woke up to the news that Indy 504 time champion Al Unser had passed away. He was 82. Now when you hit that age, it shouldn't be a surprise, but even though he had cancer for a few years, it was a surprise, just because you're not there. You're not expecting it to happen, so you're not mentally prepared. Many of my friends, especially from Indianapolis, who grew up around the speedway, have a feeling in a connection to Allen's or senior whether we met him or not. I met him for a brief moment with a quick hello and how are you doing? And that was about it. But it was magical, because I watched him win those races on TV as a young kid, then a few hours later, Michael Nesmith of the Monkees passed away at the age of 78. And likewise, a lot of friends, both musically connected not, feeling the effects, and were all sharing our feelings, and I wonder why we're affected the way we are. We don't know these people, but they impacted our lives so greatly, but even though we're not prepared for it, it still hurts. And I really wish I could explain why it affects me and so many of my Friends so much.

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Why Are We Affected? (MM #3916)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Why Are We Affected? (MM #3916)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yesterday I woke up to the news that Indy 504 time champion Al Unser had passed away. He was 82. Now when you hit that age, it shouldn't be a surprise, but even though he had cancer for a few years, it was a surprise, just because you're not there. You're not expecting it to happen, so you're not mentally prepared. Many of my friends, especially from Indianapolis, who grew up around the speedway, have a feeling in a connection to Allen's or senior whether we met him or not. I met him for a brief moment with a quick hello and how are you doing? And that was about it. But it was magical, because I watched him win those races on TV as a young kid, then a few hours later, Michael Nesmith of the Monkees passed away at the age of 78. And likewise, a lot of friends, both musically connected not, feeling the effects, and were all sharing our feelings, and I wonder why we're affected the way we are. We don't know these people, but they impacted our lives so greatly, but even though we're not prepared for it, it still hurts. And I really wish I could explain why it affects me and so many of my Friends so much.

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Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Fournette scores 4 TDs, Brady rallies Bucs past Indy 38-31

"The Buccaneers took advantage of five Indianapolis turnovers into thirty eight to thirty one win Tampa Bay running back Leonard Fournette had four touchdowns including a twenty eight yard run with twenty seconds left with his team down by ten at the half for that offered a locker room message which apparently rally the team eight in three Tampa Bay scored twenty four points off Indianapolis turnovers Tom Brady passed for two hundred twenty six yards Carson Wentz had three touchdown passes for six and six Indianapolis Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Titans use late turnovers to pull off 34-31 OT win at Indy

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Titans use late turnovers to pull off 34-31 OT win at Indy

"Colts quarterback Carson Wentz threw a pair of late game interceptions to hand Tennessee a thirty four thirty one win the most costly pick came in overtime when Kevin buyer it intercepted Wentz setting up a game winning field goal Titan quarterback Ryan Tannehill passed for three touchdowns and two hundred sixty five yards well it's a big one you know we were on the road against division opponents is playing really well so and a big win for us we knew was going to be a tough battle coming in and turned out to be exactly that receiver AJ brown had a hundred fifty five yards on a day when leading NFL rusher Derrick Henry was held to sixty eight Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Efficient Wilson Leads Seahawks Past Colts 28-16 in Opener

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Efficient Wilson Leads Seahawks Past Colts 28-16 in Opener

"Russell Wilson threw three of his four touchdown passes in the first half of the Seahawks twenty eight sixteen victory at Indianapolis Seattle scored on its first two drives as Wilson hooked up with Tyler Lockett on a twenty three yard TD pass to make it seven three and found Gerald Everett for a nine yard score to give Seattle fourteen three lead Wilson went up eighteen of twenty three for two hundred fifty four yards Carson Wentz was twenty five of thirty eight for two hundred fifty one yards and two scores in this call's debut Indy lost its eighth straight opener the past five with different starting quarterbacks I'm Dave Ferrie

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From FORMULA ONE to AI: An Interview With Alex Castrounis

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

01:55 min | 9 months ago

From FORMULA ONE to AI: An Interview With Alex Castrounis

"Welcome. Alex so excited that you're here. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And why you started the ai with youtube channel and maybe also you know what is why of ai. Absolutely so thanks again. A super excited to be here of again. I'm alex julius. I'm a founder of two companies. Actually one's into architect any others. Why on the author of a book called a. i. for people in business framework for better humane experiences in business success now also an adjunct at northwestern university kellogg Teaching a as part of their. In the i graduate program And so yeah. I got into a quite a long time ago. So i have sort of a strange unusual kind of career path but Used to work in indycar racing for about ten years so it was a race strategist engineer. Any data scientists in indycar racing Sort of set my sights on that When i was actually in highschool i kind of made a decision to go into that field. I had seen very first indy. Five hundred when i was like junior high school blew me away. I guess i'm doing that for sure for living someday. In a defendant pursued that and then you know sir fast for after college got my first opportunity in the professional sports industry in these cars you know. They have eighty ninety sensors on them. That are measuring. Everything you can imagine from. Temperatures pressure is to displacements two rotations. To forces the everything. And so it's like literally iot an iot system moving at like two hundred fifty miles an hour that sending data over the airwaves in telemetry all this but really also data in the truest sense of big data because just mounds mounds of data

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Officer-Involved Shooting Investigation Underway on Indy’s South Side

Home and Garden

00:32 sec | 9 months ago

Officer-Involved Shooting Investigation Underway on Indy’s South Side

"Is what's trending at 12 03 shooting in Indianapolis on Friday night, where police say one police officer had to fire his gun. John Herrick reports. They were called to a report of shots fired around 8 30 at the Greentree apartment complex near Madison Avenue in Stop 11 Road. During the incident, police say there was an exchange of gunfire were one officer fired his gun and a suspect was hit. That person survived, but was taken to a hospital in critical condition. No officers were injured. Investigators say They've identified everyone involved in

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Allmendinger Gets 1st Indy Win in Crash-Marred Brickyard 200

AP News

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Allmendinger Gets 1st Indy Win in Crash-Marred Brickyard 200

"AJ Allmendinger survived a chaotic finish to win the first ever NASCAR Cup road race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway a loose curbing late in the race lead to a pair of wrecks that took out multiple cars early in the second shoot out chase Briscoe pump race leader Denny Hamlin taking Hamlin out and putting almond digger in front I don't even know like we know showing up the road course races like we can we have fast race cars but like at Indy the way that played out like I mean this is just pure enjoyment it was all men diggers first win of the year Ryan Blaney finished second Carl Lawson was third and leads the Cup points standings Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Q&A: How Can I Launch a Set of Unique Enamel Pins?

Side Hustle School

02:41 min | 10 months ago

Q&A: How Can I Launch a Set of Unique Enamel Pins?

"Is the most effective way of launching by enamel brain pins wholesale and getting them into the right hands at museum and hospital gift shops nationally. The pens are high. Quality enamel designed by me manufactured. In china they are loved by neuroscientists neurologists psychologists and others. Who work with the brain or people who have brain injuries or illnesses. I thought about emailing links and sending samples in fun and different packaging. Or i'm also wondering if i should go the more traditional route of the big expensive gift show. Thanks so much for all you do to help all of us out here. it's invaluable. thank you so much laura. you're awesome congratulations on going fulltime. I think you said you're doing that this month or soon. At least i'll listeners. I want to encourage you to check out laura's site one because we want to support her but also because it's a really good example here. Laura bundesbahn dot com. Bunsen be indy. Espn dot com and my first comment here before we talk about the new line of products. My first comment is i really respect her pricing. Like laura's work is not cheap. She's doing some really beautiful art. A lot of it has mixed media and it sells for a good amount of money. Like i'm looking at these pieces on the site. And i'm seeing eight hundred dollars nine hundred and fifty dollars thirty six hundred dollars. Three thousand six hundred fifteen hundred dollars etc so some really beautiful art and she's not afraid to sell it for a good price so good for her. She probably wouldn't be able to go full time. She was selling this work for fifty to one hundred dollars each also. This kind of pricing allows for some investing in marketing and some experiments especially when it comes to launching a new product line like launching these new enamel pins and so my that was my first thought about i respect the pricing. My second thought. As i heard the question was have you tried exhibiting and then at the end she mentioned the big expensive gift show you know. I think it's a risk. Nothing is guaranteed but might you regret it if you didn't try and if it were me in this situation i think i would which would tell me. Oh i should definitely try it. I think this is the time in which you invest it in which you are willing to do. Some more extensive experiments reaching out to her target market and sending physical samples. So i think she mentioned something about that. Kind of outreach. I would send physical samples of the pins not just a link or i might email and ask if i could send a physical sample just so a bit. More of a relationship has been established since it's ultimately a physical product. She wants to sell. And i assume it will be a lot lower price than the handcrafted one of a kind art that she also sells probably gonna help to see it in

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Alabama infectious disease expert urges masks in schools

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Alabama infectious disease expert urges masks in schools

"A number of infectious disease experts across the country are urging school systems to require the children wear masks in school Alabama is a hard hit state with the delta variant spreading rapidly at the same time youngsters are returning to school so the co director of the university of Alabama at Birmingham's division of pediatric infectious diseases says he's worried about what lies ahead urging mandatory masking in school that's also the view of Dr Indy Shane with Emory University who says children are vulnerable because they can't be vaccinated what we do know is that children can be in school basically if mitigation methods are geared to so that means universal masking masks in school have become a flashpoint across the nation some parents are demanding the protection others see it as a punitive action or harassment of their children I'm Jackie Quinn

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Big Crowds (MM #3789)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Big Crowds (MM #3789)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've never been a fan of big crowds and what I mean, big, I mean, hundreds of thousands of people the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally the annual rally up in Sturgis. South Dakota is about ready to begin and they're expecting seven hundred thousand people. During normal years when we're not dealing with covid-19 Delta variant, I wouldn't want to be around seven thousand. People know I've done the Indy five hundred upwards of over a hundred thousand people. I've done concerts where there have been seventy-five eighty ninety thousand people. I've been in the midst of all these crowds and back. When I worked in radio, I had to be. And so, on my concert up in the music business, I've had to do that too, but I never wanted to be around that many people and what doesn't make sense to me again, with a CO visit around or not is why people want to subject themselves to that many other people. Now, I realize at a big sporting event, a big concert, you got all the action and now that the Delta variant is here. I'm even more terrified of big crowds. I realize we've all got choices to make, but big crowds, I didn't like him before, and I sure don't like them now dead.

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Big Crowds (MM #3789)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Big Crowds (MM #3789)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've never been a fan of big crowds and what I mean, big, I mean, hundreds of thousands of people the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally the annual rally up in Sturgis. South Dakota is about ready to begin and they're expecting seven hundred thousand people. During normal years when we're not dealing with covid-19 Delta variant, I wouldn't want to be around seven thousand. People know I've done the Indy five hundred upwards of over a hundred thousand people. I've done concerts where there have been seventy-five eighty ninety thousand people. I've been in the midst of all these crowds and back. When I worked in radio, I had to be. And so, on my concert up in the music business, I've had to do that too, but I never wanted to be around that many people and what doesn't make sense to me again, with a CO visit around or not is why people want to subject themselves to that many other people. Now, I realize at a big sporting event, a big concert, you got all the action and now that the Delta variant is here. I'm even more terrified of big crowds. I realize we've all got choices to make, but big crowds, I didn't like him before, and I sure don't like them now dead.

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Sports Ratings (MM #3732)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Sports Ratings (MM #3732)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. We're in the middle of the playoffs about the NBA and the NHL for everything. I've read sports ratings, whichever way. We're going to go up after the pandemic. Have actually been doing rather poorly. Ratings are all for almost every sport. The NFL didn't have a good season last year. MLB NHL NBA, even my beloved NASCAR, all struggling with ratings. But with that said, the Indy five hundred audience was more than double what it was. Last year, know, of course, last year. What usually happens around Memorial Day happened in September for the Indy five hundred, people's Focus isn't where it used to be prepay endemic. I think our worlds have all changed were all adapting to this new normal, and just everybody's trying to get used to what the new life is going to be a pay attention to sports, but not quite as much as I used to. I've always been kind of a casual Observer of the NBA and the NHL. I pay attention to the local teams but not as much attention anymore to those sports that don't really care about times have changed. And this is even pre pandemic for me, but I think the world is Shifting and everybody's got to adapt dead.

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Sports Ratings (MM #3732)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Sports Ratings (MM #3732)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. We're in the middle of the playoffs about the NBA and the NHL for everything. I've read sports ratings, whichever way. We're going to go up after the pandemic. Have actually been doing rather poorly. Ratings are all for almost every sport. The NFL didn't have a good season last year. MLB NHL NBA, even my beloved NASCAR, all struggling with ratings. But with that said, the Indy five hundred audience was more than double what it was. Last year, know, of course, last year. What usually happens around Memorial Day happened in September for the Indy five hundred, people's Focus isn't where it used to be prepay endemic. I think our worlds have all changed were all adapting to this new normal, and just everybody's trying to get used to what the new life is going to be a pay attention to sports, but not quite as much as I used to. I've always been kind of a casual Observer of the NBA and the NHL. I pay attention to the local teams but not as much attention anymore to those sports that don't really care about times have changed. And this is even pre pandemic for me, but I think the world is Shifting and everybody's got to adapt dead.

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Americans Begin Transition Into Post-Pandemic

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Americans Begin Transition Into Post-Pandemic

"Is new evidence of America's continued progress in the fight against the covert pandemic new cases in the last week or averaging less than 20,000 per day. That's the lowest number since the pandemic began back in March of 2020. CBS is Nicky Batiste has more with more than 40% of the country. Fully vaccinated. Americans are revving up for post pandemic life. Soul is back in the state way fans are back in the stands. The Indy 500 became the largest sporting event since the pandemic began with 135,000 fans in the

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Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Good Company: Helio Castroneves Wins Indy 500 for 4th Time

"Hello Castroneves grabbed the lead with two laps to go and raced his way into Indianapolis five hundred history it was win number four for the Brazilian driver who finished ahead of Alex palu Castroneves joins AJ Foyt Rick Mears and al Unser senior as the only four time Indianapolis winners the forty six year old Castro Nevis racing for the twenty first time in Indianapolis averaged a hundred ninety miles per hour the fastest five hundred ever with one hundred thirty five thousand spectators on hand Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Indy 500 Sells out, 135,000 Fans Expected on Sunday

All Things Considered

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Indy 500 Sells out, 135,000 Fans Expected on Sunday

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Eighty filmmakers instead of an. Welcome to indy. Mogul podcast episode. Forty six now. I should mention that we are recording this podcast over a video call so you will hear a bit of difference in audio again for doing this living crazy times but we have amazing guest here today when the subsidies cinematographer. Stephan co ACS. He has shot narrative such as jungle and upgrade leading up to biggest studio film yet the invisible maximum so imagine my surprise when he told me that he actually dreamt of being a conqueror at an early age. Targeted imagery led them to this point. So we will be covering all of his journey inspired coming up until this point as well as a little bit of what. It's like St. Vincent's now if you want to know more about the experience you mean visible man actually video steph and on the Indian Youtube channel originally break into everything. We're going to the cameras lenses pushing. Check that out after this episode but Iraq on route one episode. Forty six of the outcast. Well let's do this. I'm great how are you doing? Thanks for having me doing really good..

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Eighty filmmakers instead of an. Welcome to indy. Mogul podcast episode. Forty six now. I should mention that we are recording this podcast over a video call so you will hear a bit of difference in audio again for doing this living crazy times but we have amazing guest here today when the subsidies cinematographer. Stephan co ACS. He has shot narrative such as jungle and upgrade leading up to biggest studio film yet. The invisible man so imagine my surprise when he told me that he actually dreamt of being a conqueror at an early age targeted imagery. Let them to this point so we will be covering all of his journey. Inspired coming up until this point as well as a little. Bit Of what? It's like St. Vincent's now if you want to know more about the experience you mean visible man actually video steph and on the Indian Youtube channel originally break into everything regarding the cameras lenses pushing. Check that out after this episode but Iraq on route one episode. Forty six of the eighty odd cast. Well let's do this. I'm great. How are you doing? Thanks for having me doing really good..

indy Iraq
"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Eighty filmmakers instead of an. Welcome to indy. Mogul podcast episode. Forty six now. I should mention that we are recording this podcast over a video call so you will hear a bit of difference in audio again for doing this living crazy times but we have amazing guest here today when the subsidies cinematographer. Stephan co ACS. He has shot narrative such as jungle and upgrade leading up to biggest studio film yet. The invisible man so imagine my surprise when he told me that he actually dreamt of being a conqueror at an early age targeted imagery. Let them to this point so we will be covering all of his journey. Inspired coming up until this point as well as a little. Bit Of what? It's like St. Vincent's now if you want to know more about the experience you mean visible man actually video steph and on the Indian Youtube channel originally break into everything regarding the cameras lenses pushing. Check that out after this episode but Iraq on route one episode forty six of the cast. Well let's do this. I'm great how are you doing? Thanks for having me doing really good..

indy Iraq
"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Eighty filmmakers instead of an. Welcome to indy. Mogul podcast episode. Forty six now. I should mention that we are recording this podcast over a video call so you will hear a bit of difference in audio again for doing this living crazy times but we have amazing guest here today when the subsidies cinematographer. Stephan co ACS. He has shot narrative such as jungle and upgrade leading up to biggest studio film yet. The invisible man so imagine my surprise when he told me that he actually dreamt of being a conqueror at an early age targeted imagery. Let them to this point so we will be covering all of his journey. Inspired coming up until this point as well as a little. Bit Of what? It's like St. Vincent's now if you want to know more about the experience you mean visible man actually video steph and on the Indian Youtube channel originally break into everything regarding the cameras lenses pushing. Check that out after this episode but Iraq on route one episode. Forty six of the eighty odd cast. Well let's do this. I'm great. How are you doing? Thanks for having me doing really good..

indy Iraq
"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

15:12 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Eighty filmmakers instead of an. Welcome to indy. Mogul podcast episode. Forty six now. I should mention that we are recording this podcast over a video call so you will hear a bit of difference in audio again for doing this living crazy times but we have amazing guest here today when the subsidies cinematographer. Stephan co ACS. He has shot narrative such as jungle and upgrade leading up to biggest studio film yet the invisible maximum so imagine my surprise when he told me that he actually dreamt of being a conqueror at an early age targeted imagery. Let them to this point so we will be covering all of his journey. Inspired coming up until this point as well as a little. Bit Of what? It's like St. Vincent's now if you want to know more about the experience you mean visible man actually video steph and on the Indian Youtube channel originally break into everything. We're going to the cameras. Lenses placing check that out after this episode but Iraq on route one episode. Forty six of the outcast. Well let's do this. I'm great how are you doing? Thanks for having me doing really good..

indy Iraq
"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"And so yeah. That's there's a lot there's a lot of people who've been around a long time like Jeb in this business is legitimacy so ted you you may not realize this but you've been in this industry quite a while now disgusting disgusting and this is for the people out there that are using because indy mogul for people out there that are using the tools one of the things that I feel like there is in. The world is in the video that we're talking about three tiers because you're right. Three tiers are really. I think it's more accurate as to really kind of a gradient of professionalism out there in terms of equipment I feel this intense. I think I've Addison's day one of two. There's an early. The indie people have this hatred of the high end and the high end people have this hatred of the low end. And it's very silly because the same industry and here's why I think the high tends to hate the group because they think that the indy group is not professional that they're not using good tools that they're you know they're they're they're charging too little for everything in you know. These are all things that are true concerns that are real but on the same side on the side. There's this feeling of the high end. People use overpriced gear. That they don't need all the equipment that the looking down their nose at them too. So yes there's like a there's a yes and they're both. I actually sent that both looking down at each other. The seems to really believe I can do exactly what the high end with a with a with a broom stick and Clyde from Home Depot and the high end really thinks a broomstick so I need seriously see stands yes absolutely. There's a lot of people out there that thinks stands are too expensive and you know the again no matter where you are on the spectrum there. Is this kind of feel the tension? Every day you know And in the middle. It's almost confusing. Because you know they they kind of use some of the cheaper tools but use some of the more expensive tools and they the hatred is still there but they're just kind of confused that we're at a point to cuddling angsty teenager. I think that's actually a good example about kids. Think adults suck adults? Think kids are just kids and then the middle is just confused angsty. I've got plenty to say about this but But what's what's your question. Let's trade looking at someone to go with it. Where do I think all this comes from? Where do you think where do I think that the anger comes from? Because I'm going to say insecurity. The people who are most angry seemed to be the most insecure survivor friends. So this is why I completely agree with you for the indie people out there of cousins. Indy. Mogul's or we're going to talk a little bit this way yeah What would you say to them that you know that that that comes from this place of feeling like you know maybe are a little insecure of 'em is capable enough of doing the high and work? Oh some high. People are pretty insecure about their position. So that's what I mean. That's what I mean I think both everyone's about it. What would you say the people that are coming from that side of the industry that maybe are unsure of how do I even compete against the high end when I have a limited budget also? Is there truth to other people that are looking down on me? Maybe they did a post online or something and they got just to- royally steamrolled for being too new and fresh and green in the industry. I think that you have to approach everything with humility. I think that you that if you are unsure about yourself it's much better to say. I'm unsure about this or maybe my view is controversial. Or maybe I'm hoping to get some some feedback here on this theory that I have. But I don't know if it's true verses the platitudes that people will make regarding like this is how it is and then when someone says actually that's not true and let me let me show you why that that's not true then. There's a huge defensive desk because I think if everyone just kind of came forward with like whatever statement or question they have with a little bit of being a little bit more humble saying you know. Look I'm hoping to learn here. I'm hoping someone can help me. And then taking the feedback. Because I I've seen people who have done this but then someone else comes into. This is how it is and then I have been the person on facebook facebook who has actually no. I'm sorry you're wrong and let me explain why you're wrong. And then they're very wounded and hurt and they're gonNA go. They're gonNA come after me because I told them. How dare you me? How wrong the the truth matter is is that. I don't think you should try to co-op terminology that maybe someone else's using for something that you're doing when it doesn't exactly fit and I'll give you just real quick example Wedding cinematographer that seems to be like a little touch point for the high end because people who've spent thirty forty years of his life you know perfecting their craft. They don't believe that what they're doing is the same thing that the wedding videographers is doing. And there's no shame with the term wedding videography you don't have to. Try TO CO OP too. That that into what you're doing. There's there's no shame in being I know wedding videographers who make way more money than people who call themselves a lot of money. Generally so it's like I think that that's that's an example that way and I think that on the other side One of the that that makes a lot of the crowd sort of pissed off at the high end crowd is because actually in cinematography and videography Anything you're doing your your budget directly affects the quality of your images that you get to put on screen because you get to put so much more money on the screen in production value so when you're working on that low budget production. That doesn't have lot of money on the screen. They dismissed the hand. Of course it looks like that. Of course they had three hundred thousand dollars to use for the scene so it was like of course. This looks great. I think the the truth of the matter is is that you have to have some understanding and you have to be humble no matter what you're doing because the people on the high end didn't all just wake up one morning on the high end. They almost all of them had to apprentice for years or decades before they got to where they are and there is a certain amount of dues paying that they had to do that. I think there is now some resentful notice that there are some people who just woke up one day and bought a camera and said I'm a professional. That's what happened a year and a half and you get ripped by some partos agency or something like that and all of a sudden you shooting commercial projects that people sweat blood and tears for it. It's it's not even the two I just think that You know good for them. Good for them if they if they started out but I think a little bit of humility a little bit of like just peace love and understanding you. Try to understand your fellow person who's also trying to make it. The the truth is is. There's far more people who want to help you and help you succeed than WanNa tear you down and the people who I feel like our most offensive and most into it are maybe the most insecure about their own abilities and that might not just be in technical abilities for their abilities to network and find jobs and everything else and that's a real part of it. It's like you're going to get so many more flies with honey you're gonna get so many more jobs if you're just a nice person and people like to be around versus the person who's an A-hole at any level and I swear thanks to like things like me to some of these people are being run out of town on a rail. They don't get to be assholes anymore. They don't get to work. They don't have impunity to do whatever they want. It is in some ways the best time that you could ever be in this in this space so I'm very excited about all of the opportunities that are happening. I'm very excited about all the way. Technology is changing. I'm glad that my company and my podcast I get to have some some part in all of this and I'm glad you and I are friends and we can do things like this right. Okay all right so just a little bit of peace love and understanding a little humility. I think it goes a long way and man that tensions still there and just like I feel it all the time in my bones. I feel when I'm on the Internet. I'm like where's the vacation operating those comments gets. It sounds good. Well thanks so much for joining. Us really appreciate it. Of course cemetery podcast. Of course amazing podcast together to listen to it as well. Hot Rod Cameras Howard cameras wonderful bus camera store ever that you kill But thanks.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Podcasts we talked to really really great people. In fact some of the people who have been on the show at least some people that are having a higher level discussion. We usually just chat about kind of how they broken a lot simpler as well. You know we swear a lot. So there's this fun stuff we it's just it's not just guys and women cussing about film making but there's a certain element of that. That's good so I'd like to think we have some really really great people. David Moses on our current oh I know he was just on yours absolutely fantastic superfoods brainiac guys when you talk technical man. That guy is technical for sure backtracking that rental house. I worked at twenty something years ago. That's when I first met David. He wanted to come in and do tests of different Devi cameras. And so yeah. That's there's a lot there's a lot of people who've been around a long time like Jeb in this business is legitimacy so ted you you may not realize this but you've been in this industry quite a while now discussing disgusting and this is for the people out there that are using because indy mogul for people out there that are using the tools one of the things that I feel like there is in. The world is in the video that we're talking about three tiers because you're right. Three tiers are really. I think it's more accurate as to really kind of a gradient of professionalism out there in terms of equipment I feel this intense. I think I've Addison's day one of two. There's an early. The indie people have this hatred of the high end and the high end people have this hatred of the low end. And it's very silly because the same industry and here's why I think the high tends to hate the group because they think that the indy group is not professional that they're not using good tools that they're you know they're they're they're charging too little for everything in you know. These are all things that are true concerns that are real but on the same side on the side. There's this feeling of the high end. People use overpriced gear. That they don't need all the equipment that the looking down their nose at them too. So yes there's like a there's a yes and they're both. I actually sent that both looking down at each other. The seems to really believe I can do exactly what the high end with a with a with a broom stick and Clyde from Home Depot and the high end really thinks a broomstick so I need seriously see stands yes absolutely. There's a lot of people out there that thinks stands are too expensive and you know the again no matter where you are on the spectrum there. Is this kind of feel the tension? Every day you know And in the middle. It's almost confusing. Because you know they they kind of use some of the cheaper tools but use some of the more expensive tools and they the hatred is still there but they're just kind of confused that we're at a point to cuddling angsty teenager. I think that's actually a good example about kids. Think adults suck adults? Think kids are just kids and then the middle is just confused angsty. I've got plenty to say about this but But what's what's your question. Let's trade looking at someone to go with it. Where do I think all this comes from? Where do you think where do I think that the anger comes from? Because I'm going to say insecurity. The people who are most angry seemed to be the most insecure survivor friends. So this is why I completely agree with you for the indie people out there of cousins. Indy. Mogul's or we're going to talk a little bit this way yeah What would you say to them that you know that that that comes from this place of feeling like you know maybe are a little insecure of Mike capable enough of doing the high and work at some high? People are pretty insecure about their position. So that's what I mean. That's what I mean I think both everyone's about it. What would you say the people that are coming from that side of the industry that maybe are unsure of how do I even compete against the high end when I have a limited budget also? Is there truth to other people that are looking down on me? Maybe they did a post online or something and they got just to- royally steamrolled for being too new and fresh and green in the industry. I think that you have to approach everything with humility. I think that you that if you are unsure about yourself it's much better to say. I'm unsure about this or maybe my view is controversial. Or maybe I'm hoping to get some some feedback here on this theory that I have. But I don't know if it's true verses the platitudes that people will make regarding like this is how it is and then when someone says actually that's not true and let me let me show you why that that's not true then. There's a huge defensive desk because I think if everyone just kind of came forward with like whatever statement or question they have with a little bit of being a little bit more humble saying you know. Look I'm hoping to learn here. I'm hoping someone can help me. And then taking the feedback. Because I I've seen people who have done this but then someone else comes into. This is how it is and then I have been the person on facebook facebook who has actually no. I'm sorry you're wrong and let me explain why you're wrong. And then they're very wounded and hurt and they're gonNA go. They're gonNA come after me because I told them. How dare you me? How wrong the the truth matter is is that. I don't think you should try to co-op terminology that maybe someone else's using for something that you're doing when it doesn't exactly fit and I'll give you just real quick example later Wedding cinematographer that seems to be like a little touch point for the high end because people who've spent thirty forty years of his life you know perfecting their craft. They don't believe that what they're doing is the same thing that the wedding videographers is doing. And there's no shame with the term wedding videography you don't have to. Try TO CO OP too. That that into what you're doing. There's there's no shame in being I know wedding videographers who make way more money than people who call themselves a lot of money. Generally so it's like I think that that's that's an example that way and I think that on the other side One of the that that makes a lot of the crowd sort of pissed off at the high end crowd is because actually in cinematography and videography. And anything you're doing your. Your budget directly affects the quality of your images that you get to put on screen because you get to put so much more money on the screen in production value so when you're working on that low budget production that doesn't have lot of money on the screen. They dismissed the hand. Of course it looks like that. Of course they had three hundred thousand dollars to use for the scene so it was like of course. This looks great. I think the the truth of the matter is is that you have to have some understanding and you have to be humble no matter what you're doing because the people on the high end didn't all just wake up one morning on the high end. They almost all of them had to apprentice for years or decades before they got to where they are and there is a certain amount of dues paying that they had to do that. I think there is now some resentful notice that there are some people who just woke up one day and bought a camera and said I'm a professional. That's what happened a year and a half and you get ripped by some partos agency or something like that and all of a sudden you shooting commercial projects that people sweat blood and tears for it. It's it's not even the two I just think that You know good for them. Good for them if they if they started out but I think a little bit of humility a little bit of like just peace love and understanding you. Try to understand your fellow person who's also trying to make it. The the truth is is. There's far more people who want to help you and help you succeed than WanNa tear you down and the people who I feel like our most offensive and most into it are maybe the most insecure about their own abilities and that might not just be in technical abilities for their abilities to network and find jobs and everything else and that's a real part of it. It's like you're going to get so many more flies with honey you're gonna get so many more jobs if you're just a nice person and people like to be around versus the person who's an A-hole at any level and I swear thanks to like things like me to some of these people are being run out of town on a rail. They don't get to be assholes anymore. They don't get to work. They don't have impunity to do whatever they want. It is in some ways the best time that you could ever be in this in this space so I'm very excited about all of the opportunities that are happening. I'm very excited about all the way. Technology is changing. I'm glad that my company and my podcast I get to have some some part in all of this and I'm glad you and I are friends and we can do things like this right. Okay all right so just a little bit of peace love and understanding a little humility. I think it goes a long way and man that tensions still there and just like I feel it all the time in my bones. I feel when I'm on the Internet. I'm like where's the vacation operating those comments gets. It sounds good. Well thanks so much for joining. Us really appreciate it. Of course cemetery podcast. Of course amazing podcast together to listen to it as well. Hot Rod Cameras Howard cameras wonderful bus camera store ever that you kill But thanks.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"At town to DP and photographers shot for nine. nickelodeon jeep and more and and we're going over. How Sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself? And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode thirty one now this week. We're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And and we're going over how sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode thirty one now. This week we're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And and we're going over how sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode. Thirty one now. Let's we're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And and we're going over how sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode. Thirty one now. Let's we're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And and we're going over how sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Episode thirty one now this week. We're talking to Sean Corrigan. At town to DP and photographers shot for Nikon nickelodeon jeep and more. And and we're going over how sean actually jumped from road trips to the music industry to making his first film free taking out the trash to pay his vows until you apprentice under a professional photographer and finally I only made things happen for himself. And then if you WANNA head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually GONNA go over. One primer why matchboxes can actually help make better footage and even get you hired more often but here we go everybody upset thirty one of the podcast. Let's do this.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Who shot music videos for? Tiga Jen Smith Antipasto Justin couple today running over the top five mistakes that beginning music video directors make as well as what makes certain in videos or directors. Stand out in the crowd. And then if you want to head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel. Where we're actually going to go through and break down some of the most popular music? But he has to date actually go in depth in terms of what made them successful successful but here we go. Everybody upset. Thirty one of the Indian with a podcast. Let's do this Doing good. They're good all right so today. I WanNa talk about.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Who shot music videos for? Tiga Jen Smith Antipasto. Just a couple today running over the top five mistakes that beginning music video directors make as well as what makes certain in videos or directors. Stand out in the crowd. And then if you want to head over to the indy mogul Youtube Channel where we're actually going to go through and break down some of the most popular music. But he has to date actually go in depth in terms of what made them successful successful but here we go. Everybody upset. Thirty one of the Indian with a podcast. Let's do this Doing good. They're good all right so today. I WanNa talk about.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:59 min | 3 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"On his couch. The only made short films and commercials together so get ready because it's going to get a little bit silly every like this episode remember you can watch the episode with online actually go into it and show not only meet some of the types of inspirations w used relaunch the show but also some of the gear and couple of horror stories that we had the travel trip so every instant taking that out make sure you head on over to the indy mogul channel after this episode but here everybody upset Sixteenth Minh Bui. Let's do this gone this is this is the men podcast I I has a gun as I to those out there in the Internet as well.

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"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

12:26 min | 3 years ago

"indy" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Hey andy filmmakers my name is. Ted Welcome to the Indy Mogul podcast episode fourteen this week we sit down with an absolute legend in my opinion the king of diy filmmaking previous hosts of indy mogul Eric's back now in this episode. We're talking about eric starting to filmmaking. We talk about diy filmmaking and the hardware store now. Is it actually relevant today to actually go to a hardware store as filmmaker. What are the essential that we need to pick up actually be able to do production and is diy fell. Megan still actually really relevant. If you remember that you can watch the whole program with Eric Back Online this includes go visit Eric in his own studio visit him. We see all the hardware and all the tools that he uses the three D. Printer things. He's been working on and what. DIY filmmaking actually looks like today so here we go everybody episode Fourteen Beck. Let's do this They're here Eric Studio coming. Thanks it's good to be here so starting.

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