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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And a statement to Gotham est a spokesman for the MTA said the delays were caused by multiple factors during the morning, rush hour, he said, the broken toilet has been fixed. Seventy five degrees, cloudy skies with scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon in the evening. Tonight, we'll have a low around fifty five degrees. Support for NPR comes from the group or family foundation, supporting NPR's efforts to promote deeper, thinking broader perspectives, and trusted fact based information, always with the goal of creating a more informed public. You are listening to all things considered on WNYC. This is the last day of our all the money in half the time spring pledge drive. Eight is your last chance to make your donation. This is listener supported radio. We need your participation right now to meet our goal, to keep bringing you the news and programs you rely on every day. Call eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or visit WNYC dot org right now. I'm Jamie Floyd. And with me this afternoon. Our program director, Jacqueline Cincotta, thank you so much, as you bear with us as we do this critically important work of raising the money that keeps WNYC on the air for you. It's our all the money in half the time fundraiser, we cut the drive in half. We're doing five days, we are ending it today as promised the risk that we took as we didn't know if we would be able to raise. All the money in half the time. In fact, this is the first time we've done such an effort in our spring fundraiser and to be very candid. We are behind goal. We are not tracking where we need to, to reach our goal. And so we're really asking you to take a moment right now. Take a few minutes of your time. And if you haven't.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to all things considered on WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd with me this afternoon Jacqueline Cincotta, and I want to say thank you to everybody who's contributed during the fundraiser so far five days. It's a bit quick. Feels quick to us. Hopefully. It felt creek to you. That's the whole point. Here. We are. Day, five the last day of our all the money in half the time effort, because that's really what it was. It's a risk that we took we said, we're going to cut the pledge drive in half. Whether we actually raised all the money and half the time that was the big question. And this is the first time we actually tried tried out one of these all the money and half the time fundraisers, in our spring drive, and, you know to be honest to be transparent. We are not tracking to the goal as we had hoped we would be, and that's you know, it's understandable. Those goals are super high twice as much money each day when you cut the drive in half, so we are tracking behind, and that is why we're thinking that, you know, today could be the most important fundraising day of the year for WNYC so your participation now is really crucial. And so appreciate it. If you can make that call to eight three seven six nine six nine two eight eight eight three seven six WNYC or make that pledge online at WNYC dot org. We're calling out to those of you who have been listening to WNYC. I see maybe you found us last year or in recent times and you've been appreciating what you hear on WNYC. It sounds a little different because it is a little different because our single largest source of funding comes from you from listeners who use this service, and that keeps us beholden to you and not to corporate interests. So if you have been listening and wondering why did he do these crazy on air pledge drives? They're so disruptive. We know they're disruptive. But honestly, it's the most efficient way for us to reach new listeners and explain how our funding model works, and ask for your voluntary contribution. And that's what we're doing now and we're not asking you to break the Bank..

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The money in half the time. Call eight eight three seven six WNYC or go to WNYC dot org. It is WNYC's all the money in half the time member drive, and we are raising the money that keeps WNYC coming to you. And we are doing it in half as many days, we're asking you to call us this morning at eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or to give WNYC dot org. We have the marketplace morning report coming up next, and I'm David I by the way with us also WNYC program director, Jacqueline Cincotta. And as we're looking to raise all of the money in half the time during this membership campaign. It is so important that we hear from you this morning because we have the same costs. Right. But we're looking to raise all the money to pay for all these things in half the time, but we can do it with your support. Eight eight three seven six nine six thousand two. Thank you very much. You can also give WNYC dot org. That's right. Thank you so much. If you're already made a contribution to support our pre Dr efforts or in the last day. In a couple of hours this morning. We really appreciate your stepping up and showing your support and saying yes, public radio is important. Yes. WNYC is a service that I rely on. And I wanna keep it there and keep it strong. That's what your contribution does. When you call us at eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or make that pledge online at WNYC dot org or go to the WNYC.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sell previously unsolvable business problems. Learn more at C three. A. WNYC is supported by Cohen media group, presenting the new thriller, my son, starring Kenna and Melanie Lowe hall when your son is kidnapped his estranged parents will stop at nothing to get him. Back starts Friday at quad cinema and fee offs. Florence Gould hall WNYC spring. Pledge drive is just around the corner and were cutting it in half that means more programming with fewer interruptions. I'm Jacqueline Cincotta program director WNYC we still need to raise two hundred thousand dollars before the drive starts if we're going to meet our goal in half the time we can get there with your early donation right now. Please call eighty three seven six WNYC or go to WNYC dot org. You're listening to marketplace on WNYC up next. It's all things considered with President Trump's foreign policy, the Uber IPO, plus Bernie and the believers coming up next say Hume. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. Every once in a while, we see at Twitter thread, one of those tweet series to tell the story about I don't know how Jay Powell came to be the chairman of the fed or maybe about very specific kinds of British cheese. And we think that'd be pretty radio. So today thread from Elizabeth cronies McLaughlin by day. She's the founder of the guy of project for women's leadership. All the time though. She is a mom. So here you go. Let me tell you a little story about the American Medical systems circa today. This morning at five thirty AM. Both my kids woke up not feeling exactly. Great..

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They just know the character that I am. And they are oftentimes disappointed when they learned that. I am not that character. I want to close things off of you this way. So we started off talking about Richard's philosophy three things matter in life friends shelter in a little bit of food in my belly the rest of your sure you have dropped a lot of it's been really funny. But you've dropped a lot of really interesting things today about about being present. Do you have a philosophy Richards for yourself? I don't really. I don't there's nothing that I like fall back on or there's no words of wisdom or advice that I feel like, you know, keep me going or any of that. But I do I do. I guess I do feel as though the kind of center this is so nerdy. But it's related to what we were talking about those kind of central tenets of improv. Philosophic? I don't know about philosophically, but like pragmatically are ways to get through life. I think you know, and like our ways that I would like to live more. The idea of a listen listening agreeing moving things forward like I am somebody who tends to get stuck in my mind a lot. And so that idea of make decisions move. Forward course. Correct. As you go like those kind of the elements of of how I live on stage. I would love for those to be more. How I live in life. Because I think that as successful as they are on stage. They would be just as successful in life. And so I think that is while not surely a philosophy. It is I guess tools really four kind of continuing to be present and living living in the moment. Which is pretty much. All we have. Right. You're right about that. Jason. Mexico's thanks for talking to me. Thanks power. What a delight you can watch Jason men soukous in the long dumb road, which is out everywhere on demand. Now. I'm Tom power Q is back right after this. Listener's support is powerful when you support WNYC you make a statement that stands for truth and accountability for bringing people together for the power of independent journalism. I'm Jacqueline Cincotta program director.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Can make a secure e pledged there and WNYC really is a community. And you know, sometimes it's hard to see because New York is enormous. But and it's so diverse vibrant. But WNYC is a great place for that vibrancy to take home and take root, and then had that happens because you would listener calls and contributes during these pledge drives this is the second to last day of our fall pledge drive here at WNYC again. The number is eight eight three seven six nine six nine WNYC dot org. I'm Sean Carlson from the newsroom joined by Jacqueline Cincotta, the programming director here W. Hey, Sean, and thanks to everybody who's made a contribution so far. Of course, we appreciate it. We appreciate every single pledge. Whether you make it now or anytime of the year, we really do. Thank you. And that's one of the nice things about these on air fundraisers. It's another option. Opportunity to say, thanks for playing that role with WNYC for making that call to eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two eight eight eight three seven six WNYC WNYC dot org. It's been a bit of a different day today. There's a lot of breaking news here happening in New York and some other locations in the country. We're going to keep you abreast of all that all things considered coming up in just about fifteen minutes with the latest news on what's going on. And what we know we've been breaking in all day long to give you news updates and provide press conferences from the mayor the governor and the president. That's what your dollars pay for when you when you contribute at eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two. And right now, we're also taking asking you to take a few moments to think about the takeaway. And what you're getting what you're hearing on this show now with Tanzania Vega..

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Take all a new book from unin geared to dos that investigates what he calls the global elites dubious quest to change the world available wherever books are sold. This is WNYC ninety three point nine FM and AM twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. You're listening to WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart. This is all of it. And of course, we have continuing coverage of the events of today. The breaking news of suspicious packages being found at the homes of political leaders as well as at CNN headquarters, I'm joined in studio by WNYC program director, Jacqueline Cincotta. We are in the middle of our fall fund raiser, and it's on days like today that you realize how valuable the WNYC newsroom really is. This is the case. So there's a different tone today. Right where? Yup, we're here. Asking for your dollars were here asking for your support. But we know there is a really important. Breaking news story going on the WNYC newsroom is literally more buzzing than ever. And we've got reporters on the scene. We're going to continue to bring you updates as they happen. Of course, any breaking news as it happens while he brought you regardless of what programming is on or what we're doing. That's what you can rely on from this radio station from your public radio station. Nothing gets in the way of reporting the news and our message at the moment right now as we are in the second to last day of our fall fund raiser. We thank you. If you've contributed and supported this effort supported the kind of reporting you get here if you haven't..

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of it on WNYC, I'm joined by Jacqueline Cincotta WNYC program director. And we are here to ask you to help us help you it is our fall fund raiser, and we want. Come on in and help out. It's amazing fifteen dollars a month will get you to be a sustaining member you'll help pay for the reporting from from all over the world. When you think about how many news organizations are closing down bureaus domestically meaning not even taught in terms of international bureaus. Isn't it great that you can turn on WNYC and here reporting from Africa the here reporting from Europe to really hear from reporters that are on the ground? But the way that happens is by you folks, helping us by donating to WNYC the number is one eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine to WNYC dot org. You can click on that donate button. I like that. You said help us help you which is great right because it is a service, and you're tuned to WNYC. We don't force you to pay anything. It's here for you. Whenever you want. It's here for the entire community whenever anybody needs. Good news reporting interesting programming. That's what public radio was designed to be. And that's what we are here at WNYC. But for those who can make contributions we do ask that you do that. At least once a year support this service that you use hopefully on a regular basis, but you know, what you don't have to listen all the time to warrant a pledge of support. If you listen a few times a week, if there's a few shows that you really plug into if all that is one of the shows you found recently since Alison Stewart joined our team, this is the time to show your support and say, yes, all of it. I am digging this show. I wanna support it making a pledge right now tells us that that's an important thing for you. Eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two it's eight eight eight three seven six WNYC or WNYC dot org. And I do want to say if you are thinking about becoming a member a contributing member for the first time, and you do it in the next hour or so before two o'clock, we have a special offer that's being presented during all of it only. And it is simply put you make a pledge in any amount, and we're gonna send you a can of twelve ounce fair. Trade certified organic coffee that has been specially roasted for WNYC by the Brooklyn roasting company, again, that's only until two o'clock and a pledge at any level. What a great way to become a first time contributed to WNYC and another thing you can get which is which is if you've been on WNYC's Twitter feed or Chaminda Bassey's Twitter feed.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We are raising the money that keeps the station coming to you for an entire year. I'm Richard Hake here with WNYC's program director, Jacqueline Cincotta, Jacqueline. Good morning. Good morning, Richard. We're taking this early morning. Yeah. To remind people that they are really important in what we do here. Like, you said the single largest source of our funding. We can't say that enough. It is such an important thing to put out there. We're actually heartened to be able to say that voluntary contributions from our listeners are the single largest source of funding. But that is the truth. And that is why WNYC sounds the way it does that is why we can act as an independent media journalism without the pressures of corporations and prophet. And that's what you get from public radio. That's what you hear WNYC. And that's what we're asking you to support right now with your call to eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two eight eight eight three seven six WNYC. It'll take just a few minutes of your time. Whether you call on the phone or if you want to go online and fill out our e pledge forum that's been streamlined. So it should get you in and out of that pretty quickly as well. You'll see all of our thank you gifts. And you'll be supporting your public radio station and Jacqueline. We have a little bit of a deadline this morning, we have a special that's going on right now. We're offering coffee women what better time this time of day. To offer some coffee. I wanna cut right now. Well, WNYC is offering in any gift if you a pledge before seven o'clock that's just about sixteen minutes way. We will send you as a bonus at any pledge level. Some coffee specially roasted by Brooklyn roasting company, you.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Many juicers, please leave me acne cream for dogs. Cats. You're listening to all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart coming up a little bit. We're going to talk about what gas lighting means. And why the term is so popular right now with Dr Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, she's written a book called gas lighting recognizing manipulative and motion the abusive people and break free that's coming up in just a little bit. But we do wanna take a moment because this is the first day of our membership drive. I'm joining studio by Jacqueline Cincotta and WNYC's program director. Hi, alison. Hi, everybody. Yes. It is the first day of our fall fundraiser, this is really important work that we do. I know some of you might think oh, the pledge drive is here again. Oh, well, but you know, it's vital and important work raising the money that keeps this radio station on the air and the best way that we can get that message through to you is by talking directly to you. And that's why we do these on-air fundraisers. Let me just get the number out there. It's eight. Eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two eight eight eight three seven six WNYC. You can also pledge at WNYC dot org. And the next thing I want to tell you is that listener support contributions from you are the single largest source of our funding. Just like that simmer for a moment. Think about that. We run a multimedia independent journalistic organization pretty much primarily relying on voluntary contributions. It's not the kind of a business model you might want to go to the Bank with. But you know, it works really well for us here in public radio. And that's why we do it. And it is a success when you make.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Brought to you by you many juicers, please leave me acne cream for dogs. Cats. You're listening to all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart coming up in a little bit. We're going to talk about what gas lighting means. And why the term is so popular right now with Dr Stephanie Moulton Sarkis, she's written a book called gas lighting, recognizing manipulative emotionally abusive people and break free. That's coming up in just a little bit. But we wanna take a moment because this is the first day of our membership drive. I'm joining studio by Jacqueline Cincotta and WNYC's program director. Hi, alison. Hi, everybody. Yes. It is the first day of our fall fundraiser, this is really important work that we do. I know some of you might think oh, the pledge drive is here again. Oh, well, but you know, it's vital and important work raising the money that keeps this radio station on the air and the best way that we can get that message through to you is by talking directly to you. And that's why we do these on-air fundraisers. Let me just get the number out there. It's eight. Eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two eight eight eight three seven six WNYC. You can also pledge at WNYC dot org. And the next thing I want to tell you is that listener support contributions from you are the single largest source of our funding. Just let that simmer for a moment. Think about that. We run a multimedia independent journalistic organization pretty much primarily relying on voluntary contributions. It's not the kind of a business model you might want to go to the Bank with. But you know, it works really well for us here in public radio. And that's why we do it. And it is a success when you make.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Have to but you can save up to the plate and do that for somebody else you've been basically benefiting from the people who have gone out of the way to give they've allowed you the luxury of not giving dude for somebody else here's how you all you have to do is call us up at one eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or go online at wnyc dot org good morning i'm richard hake i'm here with wnyc's program director jacqueline cincotta good morning and we are here raising the money keeps wnyc strong and independent and coming to you we are listener supported radio and it's been if you've been listening to the pledge drive in the last couple of days please note that tomorrow it ends so we're encouraging you to join us at whatever level you'd like right now while you're listening while you're thinking about it take care of this pledge don't wait till the end take care of it right now by becoming a member for maybe just five ten fifteen dollars a month the telephone number's one eight eight three seven six nine six nine to where you can go to wnyc dot org and you probably don't listen to wnyc to have your opinions confirmed you turn to us for thought provoking conversations that feature voices from all sides of an issue and we certainly don't shy away from complicated issues strong opinions or even you know heated debates we believe you're open to hearing something that might challenge your beliefs we know that in these complex times you're looking for insights and clarity about what is going on that's what we try to provide day in and day out certainly the bbc news is part of that if you are listening to wnyc specifically for the bbc we'd love to hear from you right now at eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or make that pledge online at wnyc dot org you trust wnyc to keep you informed throughout your day and now wnyc can keep you informed and alert because when you contribute to wnyc right now you'll get a one pound can of fair trade certified organic coffee specially roasted for listeners by brooklyn roasting company because what's the point of being informed if you're not even awake yet so call or go to wnyc dot org right now make a contribution and.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm bob garfield co host of on the media wnyc has been providing quality independent journalism for quite a while but as you may have noticed the world of media is changing legacy outlets have been devastated by digital revolution and employ fewer than half the journalists they did twenty years ago and online competition publishes a lot of content but has little money for actual reporting because once again reporting is expensive and these sites are running on venture capital mostly at a loss the consequences the wnyc is more important than ever while other organizations fold and shrink and cut back we are each year increasing investment in newsgathering more deep reporting more quality journalism more stories that others can't or won't tell well remember it's your contribution that keeps this station going so pleased become a member right now thank you very much it is your contribution that keeps this station going we thank you very much for listening and for supporting wnyc during this our spring fundraiser i'm david i with us also this afternoon wnyc program director jacqueline cincotta and take a moment right now to just think about how much wnyc's programming is worth to you listener contributions makeup wnyc's most important source of funding listener contributions ensure our editorial independence and your membership donation is a part of that if you tune in for all things considered every afternoon marketplace.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And you have never quiet and i think i may know why i think that you have noticed that even though you do not pledge person i somehow this radio station stays on the air right you have not given in scott simon an infant birth some how did not end up homeless on the street right and you have drawn to the only possible logical conclusion which is he doesn't matter if you call we will stay on the air and i'm saying these words and this is actually the greatest heresy a person can say during the pledge drive on the same again right now it doesn't matter if you call i want you to remember this moment you're never going to hear these words again during the pledge drive it doesn't matter if you call but frankly i don't think that that is the whole picture because although reason tells you that we're going to be fine if you don't call i'm here to tell you that i walk past reason you gotta see reason standing there in the corner you know smoking a cigarette and we can all smug and you're gonna walk right past reason you're going to walk past what is logical and what is reasonable to what is actually a bigger truth and that is that you want to do what's right and what is right in the simplest way that we teach a fiveeuro you know here's what's right here's what's wrong what is right is that if you use something or depend on something or share something like you share this radio station with all the other people who listeners radio station it is only right to help out and keep it going that's what's right and it is not right to let other people people just like you and me middleclass people with normal jobs in the same responsibilities that you have an i have it is not right to let other people shoulder all the burden you know so yes you do not have to pledge we're going to stay on the air if you don't pledge then that's why such a statement when you actually contribute here's the number more to come it's eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two eight eight eight three seven six wnyc jacqueline cincotta i'm in the studio with a rune and we were just chatting right before that and.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Registration and more at zoom dot us hi i'm brooke lightstone cohost of on the media as you know we are awash in high drama news events but because of your financial support wnyc can afford to go deeper to avoid distraction and to not only report the stories of the day but to also investigate the stories of our time we cut our pledge drive in half so we can spend less time asking you for money and more time on the news and shows you care about but for our shortened fundraiser to work we need your support here's how to do it all you have to do is call us up at one eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two or go online at wnyc dot org we've cut this pledge drive in half so we can bring you more news more programming as we her brooke mention that makes your support right now even more important because even though we've cut the drive in half by the number of hours number of days that were pitching we still have to make the same amount of money that we normally do wnyc's program director jacqueline cincotta is in the studio with me this morning at morning and you know jacqueline we also have this great contest coming up this so much varying are we too shall i jet wow hey take it away today and today only we are offering a pair of tickets to one lucky wnyc listener these tickets are to see mr bruce springsteen on broadway in that intimate setting it's probably a once in a lifetime opportunity and we are giving away a pair of prime seats to see springsteen onbroadway for your choice of a date in april self it's helpful for you to think about apr.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The match up in i do think it's him be close game i mean the history not that israel always repeats itself but you look at the seven super bowls he brings up you know four six point game i think it should be a close game because i think the teams are pretty evenly matched um i think that a look at the patriots history in this game in a seven super bowls they play with brady mbela check believe it or not last year's win over atlanta when the impact down 21 is the biggest point differential in any of their seven super bowls they won by six against law anna before that they'd either one or lost their previous six super bowls by four points or less so you've never had any of the patriots super bowls in the brady bella check era uh by more than six point so based on that and based on the fact that they're con they're fairly evenly matched um you know the eagles of the overall of more edges the the patriots edges are bigger and import more important places which to me makes it a previous game and that's for you know for those reasons i i do expect the game you'll let listen unless there is heavy turnovers which is obvious on one side if that were the case are expected to be philly uh but i don't think that's going to happen i wanna expect heavy turnovers of you don't have heavy turnovers i'll be surprised if the game is onesided thumb let's talk to gary in indianapolis in the anna next up cbs sports radio hello gary hello thank you for taking my call you got it hey a couple of comments i think and stove hating ballot check and i'm a colts fan through and through right i think people i've learned take notes on what he's doing you know so you can be the next yeah bella jacqueline cincotta hating you know you got tournus into something positive he's just going to go around uh negative your whole life.

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"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline cincotta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A systemic problematic series of racial injustice beyond both in terms of the structure and specific acts you know that there is going to be a disproportionate bias in the outcome right so if you're inputs have imports next was a bias then you're out but you're also made by us and you're gonna pretend that its objective when it's really not and that's a problem right that's a problem if you don't recognize the dangers in these data driven a targeting mechanisms so then the question becomes where's the line i mean if i happen to live in a certain community that happens to be full of a certain type of person i'm more likely to come in contact with folks like that whether they have criminal histories or or what have you i mean i grew up in a very low income can munity you know so that that likelihood is probably higher for me than it might be for other folks and so where we draw the line hasn't really been demarcated yet in terms of our our individual privacy no not at all in fact the reason i wrote this book is i think that we have not as a nation been talking about this we have an recognize that these technologies are changing the way police are doing their job of who's getting these systems are who's been collecting these databases i view big out a policing as both a civil rights issue because it affects different communities differently and affects communes of color differently in ways that we need to be paying attention what's also democracy issue right we need to be starting a have these conversations and going to our chief of police and going to our american saying what surveillance are you use technologies are using how no they work how do you know they're good how do you know they're not you know creating a rear find some the bias that we know exists in society and we need answers because right now we don't have answers and almost every city in america about the technologies that are being used right now on our citizens andrew fergusson is the author of the new book the rise of big data policing survey lenz race and the future of law enforcement i'm jacqueline cincotta wnyc's program director we are grateful for the outpouring of support received during our.

law enforcement program director civil rights america andrew fergusson jacqueline cincotta