21 Burst results for "John Dickerson"
"john dickerson" Discussed on The Secret History of the Future
"November 24th, 2022, Happy Thanksgiving. The what if Twitter vanished edition? I'm David plot of city cast. I'm in D.C.. I'm joined. Not in D.C. by John Dickerson of CBS prime time from New York hello John. Hello, David. And from New Haven, Connecticut, Emily basil on The New York Times Magazine and Yale Yale. You'll no longer ranked the no longer ranked by U.S. news, Yale University
"john dickerson" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Is this the first the first digital first newsroom on the local side? I think the notion of digital first is sort of an interesting one because for a long time it was a buzzword and it was talked about, but is anyone really living that notion from a workflow from an operations perspective? I think what we're seeing, whether it's at network or local, you talk about the convergence of, that's absolutely. First of all, that's what neeraj and I were brought here to do to converge net and local to converge TV and streaming. And so from a local perspective, I mean, 95% plus of our streaming content is linear first in terms of its origination, right? It's amortized across. So content that lives on linear makes its way to streaming and that's actually the content that performs best from a local perspective. Both neeraj and I have centered insights, data and insights as the hub of the content strategy of the programming strategy because ultimately that dynamic programming concept that neeraj talks about that, yes, there's John Dickerson at 7 p.m., but last night, if you watched our streaming channels, it was wall to wall coverage of the New York primaries. And the Florida primaries. And so it's really about understanding from an audience perspective. What is it that is truly working? What's driving minutes consumed? What's driving reach? What's driving scale and stickiness? And then really supercharging that by leaning into that programming. And the strategy that for that for net is a bit different and might be a bit different from local. So from a local perspective, what we see and why we're increasing to that nearly 46,000 hours of content across is that live hours drives viewing full stop. Live news coverage is when we see consumption, escalating, it's when we see stickiness expanding. And so how we continue to be that source for live news coverage is a unique value prop and why digital, meaning digital focused or digital only companies haven't solved for local because local live is incredibly difficult from a resource perspective.
"john dickerson" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"News spaces to the streaming network and kind of reflecting the convergence between traditional TV and streaming at this point. And so now we have John Dickerson coming taking over the 7 p.m. prime time slot as the latest example of this CVS new streaming network has a 7 p.m. slot currently. So with John coming and taking over as the host anchor of that slot is it's simply now John is the anchor of that or is there anything changing in terms of the programming of that 7 p.m. slot on the streaming network? I would say to you that programming these hours, you know, they're always changing. Based on the news of the day. Not so long ago and we didn't even really have a strong prime time programming strategy, right? So we're iterating on a daily basis. And John is one part of it. And to me, it's not just about faces. We're talking about world class reporters here. And John has a source base. That's unrivaled. He has historical knowledge to bring to bear around use of the day. His interviewing skills are world class. So I would expect to see more interviews in that type of a format. And he's also, you know, he's the kind of a person who feels it is his mission. To make sense of the why. So that contextual layer in addition to the headlines is real value add. And remember, that's one part of the prime time lineup, right? So we have added 60 minutes. Bill Owens, and that team has done an incredible job with that show. They were the number one show on all of television, 7 times in the last season. Judy Tiger and 48 hours. Is now a part of that prime time show.
"john dickerson" Discussed on WTOP
"Mutual insurance. I'm Steve Ken, two members of the Secret Service dispute a White House aides testimony about president Trump's actions as the capital was under attack, but CBS News contributor and former Trump chief of staff Mick Mulvaney says on the whole what Cassidy Hutchinson said was explosive. She testified that he knew that there were guns on property and that he still encouraged people to go down to the capitol. That's certainly changes my mind. Whether or not it's going to change the hardcore maga supporters on the right wing of the party, I don't know that remains to be seen. Well, CBS's John Dickerson says there is reason to believe her. She was under oath. She also testified at a time where there's a high cost to testifying. At the current moment, particularly in Republican politics, you are ostracized. You are threatened with violence. At the NATO meeting in Madrid, President Biden promised more American military support to face challenges posed by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Celeste wallander is an assistant Secretary of Defense. The eastern Flank countries are facing a heightened threat of a Russian leadership that has shown itself willing and capable of launching military attacks on bordering countries. Ukraine's president zelensky called for NATO to send more weapons to his country. The Supreme Court says an Iraq War vet can sue the state of Texas over his claim that he was forced out of his job as a state trooper when he returned home. Leroy Torres suffered severe injuries when he was overseas. At the Vatican today. A papal mass at St. Peter's Basilica significant because House speaker Nancy Pelosi received communion, her home archbishop has refused her because she backs abortion rights, Pelosi also met with pro Francis beforehand. One tragedy follows another for a family as we hear from CBS Jim Crow. Police in Chesterfield, Virginia, outside Richmond, say an unidentified man shot and killed himself after discovering that he had left his 18 month old son in a hot car. The child also died. The incident happened midday Tuesday, police lieutenant Christopher Hensley. This is a horrible
"john dickerson" Discussed on WTOP
"Everyone needs to brace for that The Dow is down 785 points right now S&P off one ten That's more than two and a half percent CBS News business analyst Jill schlesinger Nowhere to run to and nowhere to hide on this one I think that there was probably not one area where I can report good news and I'm sorry to say that I mean as much as everyone would like to believe the inflation has peaked obviously hasn't food and gas prices leading the inflationary way triple-A puts today's national average at almost four 99 for a gallon of regular International travelers will be able to enter the U.S. soon without providing proof They're not COVID positive correspondent kami McCormick This rule required travelers to take a COVID-19 test within a day of boarding flights for the U.S. airlines have long argued for it to be dropped This is one of the last remaining government mandates It will be reevaluated every 90 days but expires Sunday at 1201 in the morning Former president Trump is messaging up a storm after last night's prime time hearing hosted by Congress January 6th committee CBS News chief political analyst John Dickerson in Washington So many things stood out You had that dramatic testimony from officer Edwards talking about slipping around on other people's blood reminding us of the chaos and the mayhem that was unleashed by a lie is to Trump on his social media platform calling his former attorney general William Barr a coward and lambasting his own daughter Ivanka whose testimony was shown on TV The school police chief and Yuval di Peter arradondo now talking to the Texas tribune about response to the mass shooting that left 19 students and two teachers dead According to the report Eric gondo referred to himself as a first responder never thinking he was the scene's infinite commander as claimed by the Texas Department of Public Safety He said he entered the school seconds after arriving but did so without the keys to the classrooms or police and campus radios meaning he had no contact with other law enforcement or access to the 9-1-1 calls coming from the classrooms Chris Fox for CBS News Austin It's.
"john dickerson" Discussed on WTOP
"With us At WTO P at one 52 in the morning welcome in President Joe Biden in Poland this week as he continues his European visit holding critical discussions with allies about the crisis in Ukraine This morning CBS correspondent John Dickerson who is filling in as moderator this weekend of Sunday's face the nation on CBS on how global leaders plan to stop Putin The first thing they're going to do is show resolve You heard President Biden going on at some length about that in this battle against one man Putin they need to show that they're not going to crack under the domestic economic pressure that's a result of the changing economy as a result of this sanctions against Russia NATO has moved warships doubled its warships in the area They are continuing to build up forces And then finally they are talking about taking in more refugees handling Biden of course made his pledge to take in a 100,000 refugees to show that everybody is united in handling the overflow of this war We've heard from time to time that Putin feels cornered that's when he might use chemical or biological weapons What kind of a response could we expect from the allies at that point It's a little mysterious that's certainly one of the things they've been clear about that this would change You've heard different kinds of responses when U.S. officials saying that this would change the posture of NATO which is so far not treated Ukraine like a NATO members nation because it's not But that the use of chemical biological or limited nuclear would change that calculation that NATO might get involved And so you've also just heard kind of vaguer comments from U.S. officials saying that that would change the calculation but they haven't said anything One of the obviously trickiest things of this war ongoing is that while there seems to be some battlefield advances from Ukrainian forces pushing back some of the Russian advance which seems to be good news in the sense of an ongoing war that might in fact be bad news in the sense that it makes Putin more humiliated more frustrated and U.S. officials believe that.
CBS Sunday Morning Takes Trump Radio Interview out of Context
"I was watching CBS Sunday morning. Let me tell you a little story about how I found out the lie they've been telling about Trump praising Putin. When John Dickerson from CBS did a commentary yesterday morning, maybe you saw it on CBS Sunday morning. He did the typical bashing Trump. You know, we would never praise Hitler, what's he doing? And then he played a portion of the radio interview that everybody's been referring to. The clip heap, I hadn't heard it yet. The clip he played featured Trump, dripping with sarcasm. He was essentially, yeah, Putin invades Ukraine. Wonderful, great, because I walk by a TV screen. Oh, great. Got a genius move here. Peacekeeping, some peacekeeping force that they've got there. It was all that. That it was typical Trump. The media takes those words and runs with it like he is saying it straight. Without any sarcasm,
"john dickerson" Discussed on WTOP
"The bill is passed and without objection a motion to reconsider is laid on the table The house is just voted to fast track a way to raise the debt ceiling and keep the U.S. from defaulting on its loans next week Now it goes to the Senate Believe we've reached a solution to the death ceiling issue that's consistent with Republican views and allows the Democrats to proudly own it which they're happy to do Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell talking about the arrangement that would allow Democrats to increase the debt limit without Republican votes I think this is in the best interest of the country by avoiding default Stacy Lynn CBS News Capitol Hill President Biden and Russian president Vladimir Putin have spent two hours or so talking about Ukraine and the Russian military build up national security adviser Jake Sullivan says mister Biden threatened sanctions if Russia should attack former CBS News Moscow bureau chief Beth noble Sullivan also said that President Biden offered a different route forward holding deescalation talks to address larger issues of European security including the future of Ukraine but only if Russia backs down for military action The omicron variant is a mystery in many ways but doctor Anthony Fauci says there's a reason to be somewhat optimistic It appears that with the cases that are seen we are not seeing a very severe profile of disease As a new strain has been found in at least 20 states on the 80th anniversary of the Attack on Pearl Harbor CBS John Dickerson has gone there with some of the few survivors still living For many survivors it may be their last visit here Daniel Martinez is the chief historian for the.
"john dickerson" Discussed on Books and Boba
"Your detective coming to town, being brought to town to solve a, well, at first I have to solve a murder, but ends up being looped into a murder case, things happen and at the end, there's this whole huge confession scene. So the bones of the murder mystery is in this book. But it was really interesting to see this happen in like a Japanese post war context. I personally do not have a strong history with the detective novel and much more familiar with the cozy mysteries that we usually read and nor mysteries. So kind of noir ish. Kind of. Yeah. But I was talking to reber before we started recording, but I don't think I've ever read a sir Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock. I've watched and read adaptations, but not the actual thing. And I'm pretty sure I've never read Agatha Christie. So everything I know about this genre is honestly through osmosis. So it's funny how inugami clan takes place post war in Japan because during World War II, Japan censored a lot of literary works that they deem to be to grotesque, erotic, immoral, and kind of celebrated western style. Of writing. So Yoko misa was very much impacted by western mystery novelists like Agatha Christie and sir Conan Arthur Doyle. And John Dickerson Carr, who is known for his locked room mysteries, so it makes sense that he didn't start writing detective novels until right after World War II. And you see that in a lot of his novels apparently, like the recurring themes of having a soldier come back after war, repatriating themselves and deception because everybody can change their identity after coming from war. So definitely like a recurring theme in his work and also a lot of other Japanese crime novelists, because at this time, they haven't really found their own style yet. So a lot of it is very comparable to western mystery novels. Yeah, and I think what sets this apart from those classic mysteries. The core mystery in this book isn't really like an elaborate murder plot. It is like a crime of passion, right?.
"john dickerson" Discussed on Back To Work
"Maybe they use one of those. I don't want to name names. But there are people who are pretty good. Podcast people but the for the longest time they would use. Like those weird gamer headsets. Yeah sure sure made them sound like they were talking through a toilet paper. Tube right yeah. That's a good example. And so i wanna get their audio as pure from source as i possibly can because not only am i just am. I just tweaking four. What i think would sound good for their voice. But i'm also adjusting it to match and blend more nicely with everyone else's voices as well get that weird like msnbc effect. Pick on them but like no people on different kinds of things this is on webex by cisco and like you know. This person is is talking into a toilet and you get all these and then and then you know. Somebody's video gets off sketchy. And then peter hotels peter hotels. Can i please give you a makeover. God please let me give you a makeover euclid the most terrifying troll and thank you for your work so raw dogging as you call it in. The industry enables you to start with the flattest highest quality version. And then you've got something to build on in the same way perhaps okay. Here's a way that it might make more sense if somebody who's dumb like me. Is that like when you record your tracks for music recording multi-track music recording. You probably don't want you know movies com hard coded subs you. Don't want hard coded reverb or hard coded. Well maybe story on guitar but like voice you would not want. You would want that to stay as we say dry absolutely so that then you could do whatever with it and not not only that. I'll take. I'll take this next level for you please. Do i need it when when you are in that situation as it as we're talking about right now where you've even if it's just one person you do want that clean dry signal that come in as much as possible because then you have. It's like the original source. And so you can say to yourself. You know what i think for this particular episode with these other people on it under these situations he needs just a little tiny bit of compression. But not a lot. No you when you're doing your settings right now you're recorded you recorded your voice and you've played it back to yourself and most likely you've said i'm going to tweak this so that i sound good to me right now there's no really that's a really good point. My guess. Is that your confirmation bias if you will is that When when you're doing this you're thinking maybe even unconsciously this now sounds like what i sound like in my own head when i talk. It's what i wish. I saw john dickerson even better and so friend of the show john dickerson. When when i do it editing Tweaking your voice. I'm trying to make you sound the way you sound to me. When i've talked to you in person or wish wish fulfillment yeah So that's probably why people like jim. Mets endorphin i would And i learned a lot from jim door to so choose really. He's really smart and he's really curious and he's pretty he's he's such a nice guy he's so great to work with but he i pick it up on slack..
"john dickerson" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!
"Waiting animates. Have you enjoyed our friend and maximum colleague. Laurie come martin really has a lot to say about different animals on twitter. Really for a woman who is as far outside the anime psychographic as could possibly exist and it's because she has a kid who who watches annemie so she watches anime with with her kid and has a lot of anime takes. Have you tried one punch man. No way tell me about one punch man. One punch man is Sort of this meta anime about this guy who has trained so much for so long they can defeat most enemies with one punch and he is wrapped in this horrible existential boredom and it comments on the grandiosity of anime. He has to register with an organization of superheroes and he of feels like he's above it kinda prefers being an independent It's just all up in like the bureaucracy of being a superhero but also being so powerful that there really are no challenges left in this life and it's it's so it's re- it's even funnier dubbed you can hear like i don't speak japanese obviously but but the there's a dryness to the delivery that is really funny so he he stumbled across this and i started watching it and i was really into it. It's really funny and really smart. So i enjoy that. I wrote a when i was in college. I i wrote a novella called one punch man. Did you read about this guy who brings the same fucking thing to every party. It doesn't matter. What kind of party it is. He was brings brings out fruity or these made plan. I see okay barbecues. Christmas parties christenings. Just the one punch the one punch. Sorry basically the same thing. How the how. How is the laffy taffy packet coming together. It's just you don't even have the job. Jesse you're just writing the pack. A i gathered. He was doing this all on spec honestly jordan writing strong. This is just stuff. I've transcribed from mort i've just been hanging out with more and terrence howard and we we get suited and you see what comes out. Yeah just tap jazz man okay. So your basic pitch son is into anime and video games and my my daughter's all over the place. She's becoming a big film nerd. She's got a couple of wes anderson posters in her room. She just turned fourteen. She's I feel like thirty years ago. She's taken up clove cigarettes and whereas one of those scarves with piano keys. I don't know what the twenty twenty one version of that is so we're just waiting to see. Can you vape close. You should be able to vape club. And it's what are we twenty first century if not now when. But they're they're they're pretty distinct kids but yeah they. They're they're funny though there. I i enjoy their company. Believe it or not i do. Enjoy these moments. Where i get to lock myself in a room and talked to some Some grownups that's fun. I won't lie. You enjoy this moment right now. Yeah let's what are you guys. You guys want to discuss what we think. The segments are on sixty minutes tonight. Love to let's all go around and guess. What one of the kazan. Okay before we start any real dad right okay. I'm dan ready to go okay. I just want to clear that up first and then we're okay. Yeah i'm pretty sure. They replaced him with raka. I don't have any evidence for that. It's just sort of like a fan theory of kind of a road just kind of a rotating. John nicholson will do it. Sometimes do the little thing at the end you j. did complain about. It's like it's not. I think the theme is complaining. I hope they for if you're on at the end of sixty sure. Yeah the format jordan. You can't legendary show at the end. An old man comes on and complain. It ain't broken explain why the supreme court wears ropes or something. Okay and then. I was like why are they always black robes. The nothing jurists themselves are almost exclusively white. John dickerson is fifty three. And i imagine it's still relatively spry for that. Tv show. he's the whipper skin. That guys a real junior by the way. Thanks john ross bowie. For knowing exactly how old are j. Dick is i just looked at my second summoned his face for a moment and it was driving me crazy. I i don't have the The ages of all the sixty minutes anchors right at the tip of my tongue. But i mean who's on that show right now you've got scott pelley lesley stahl. Yeah these are. These are legends their legends. They're absolutely legends. And they've they've earned that legend by being you know up there. I don't think i'm saying anything too out of line. Well they're not dead. They're not dead to shay. Yeah although i would watch ghost sixty minutes. Television wine is the devil carry a pitch for. He's poking me like. I'm a bale of hay when in fact all i am. It's a filthy center. I sto lo need it. Through good money. It started to feel dead inside the only thing that got me hard not to mention all the coveting. They got me to the ceiling in the first place. Everyone's wife is so worth coveting. It's me he's going. I just like to point out that. I am in hell on that topic of silver foxes and being a silver fox john dickerson obviously perhaps our greatest modern silver fox. Yeah definitely everybody knows john dickerson. Like look if you're talking about not coveting your neighbor's wife. John dickerson's a married man. But we all covered him. Sure i i have never had like facial hair before i've every time i like you know. Give it a shot. I get to itchy. And i shaved off. That's a sensory sensitivity itchy stuff. I'm itchy man. yeah boy. Yes a little. I'm a little boy. Some people think i'm a pitch point. They're not they're mishearing. And i'm actually an inch boy. So he's niche boy. Go hey basically anywhere. He can't wear a lance wool sweater. Me a sweater. This really good jesse. I think you're going to be able to quit the laffy taffy job. Don't yet have you don't yet have and start writing weird. Besides yeah occupy fair figure. Yeah so but i noticed my you know. I got a couple of days without shaving and i was kind of noticing my facial hair and It was like gray in like my facial hair was like gray. And i'm like tang. This looks pretty good. I could like. I could be a little wizardy. I think this would eight. I'm like a month away from wizard. Yeah i probably shouldn't do that. But i mean it was nice to feel like i could if i wanted to like just have like a wizard autumn or something like that. I mean we're all talking about hot girl. Summer's almost so it's wizard on. I'm for wizard all bad news. It's boy autumn all set for that to jordan. I don't think you should dismiss out of hand the possibility of going wizard. I think there's a lot of. There's a lot of babes out there. A lot of a lot of man. Sure you know you already got the one. We know that from that one woman's tree about the swimming pool hall..
"john dickerson" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest
"It's only a dollar for the first month and our topic our slate plus topic this week. We're gonna talk about the olympics. As the olympics fade away. The olympics have their final few days. Our favorite least favourite olympic moments. Are we glad the olympics happened again. Sleep dot com slash gab fest. Plus to here john dickerson talk about his own career. As a team handball coach john dickerson barred barred from equestrian this year because he doped his horse. Any of those true john no they hand well. Handball seems to be a sport. That was made up ten minutes before everybody hit the floor and so therefore the handball one seems the most true. I used to play that in high school. At at at saint albans. We had during jim. We'd play some team handball. I loved it. I always felt like if there are any sport that i could that i could play at the olympic level team handball. Whatever those particular skills were my skills. Well i i look forward to hearing more about that on slate. Plus david yeah definitely. We'll talk about that a lot. All right let's go to our third topic andrea. Where should vaccines be mandated. This is a tough question. I thought a lot about the vaccine mandate piece of things. And i'm gonna say something that maybe as controversial. I'm not entirely sure that they should be at this point. And i say an. And there's a lot of compelling wonderful reasons that i'm completely wrong here and i'm very much looking forward to both of you telling me why i'm wrong but the reason that i hesitate on vaccine mandates in general is my fear. Is that politically. We're just too far gone as a country. When it comes to this issue that anything we do to ban date vaccines actually makes the problem of getting people vaccinated that much worse and i suppose i'm being pessimistic when i say that again. I feel we're too far gone and making this a political issue that i think that would have the opposite effect. And that's my concern though. I'm again happy to talk about all the reasons that i'm completely wrong here. I don't think you're wrong. I think it's really interesting. I think there must be a or. We should coin one an expression for this idea which i think is. We've seen how hard it is to get policy ideas into the mainstream regardless of their reason and facts behind them and if fourteen percent of the country is absolutely dead set against vaccines which is the number of a absolutely impenetrable shale of strata. Here in terms of who won't get vaccinated under any circumstance. I think we've found. It's very hard to break through. And when you try you create dangerous conditions. And i think we should be mindful of those dangerous conditions. When throwing around the idea of mandates shale impenetrable. I thought. I realize that i was really. I was an absolute metaphor. Lost woods there. Go fragment jail. I think shale is basically elect crumble shale like in your hand so i think it's absolutely. You could see me groping the so we do. We do see these mandates in places which are easy peasy mandate so you facebook and google mandating vaccines in their white collar employees. And that's no problem. My friend of mine who is a google said. I that they're mandating vaccines. And he told me that they already had a vaccination rate in the high ninety percent before the mandate. They don't need it. That's not the target. It's that the mandate sir can you. Can you mandate for all government workers at any level the federal state local level. The whole military. Can you compel teachers to to be vaccinate. Can you compare all students who are above age. Twelve to be vaccinated. We do we do compel them that that is compelled already for the most part. But i hear you andrea about the the blowback from a mandate is damaging at the same time the the suffering that people are enduring and the inconvenience that people learned during is really profound so if not a mandate it they're march they're significantly more coercive measures that you can undertake. I mean i sort of like these ideas of not a mandate but if you wanna go to the gym you have to show proof vaccination or it's not a mandate but if you don't want to get vaccinated you have to get tested every day and you have to pay for the test maybe or you have a higher insurance rate is. Is that a better system that kind of coercion. Or even that is going to be too much absolutely. And i should say that i am talking about vaccine mandates i suppose on the government level and private businesses. I think you know and should be in a much better stronger position to require and mandate what they will and and i should also say that. I recognize fully recognize the inconvenience and the enormous public health. Risk that comes without being vaccinated. And i certainly don't want to diminish that in my saying that it's hard for me to really get behind vaccine mandates from government standpoint as far as what is the motivating factor. That will get people to do this. Well i i guess i'm saying is i'm not sure that i think that requiring them to do it from the governmental level is going to be motivating in fact. I think it could be dissuading for a lot of people and i mean. I'm not sure we've tried to see incentives for pain people or giveaways and i think that's worked a little bit to your point probably having some sort of vaccine passports. If people do want to go to the gym that will probably help incrementally tick along more people. Get them to say okay. I do want to participate. In some of these services that i really like and so it's worth it to me to get vaccinated but i mean barring that i mean i don't know i keep thinking do you go to the social media. Companies are casinos. Or you know employ an army of behavioral psychologists. That can help us better understand. What's the best carrot. Stick method to get people to do this. Because i feel as we've tried a few avenues and it's just not simple here. Certainly there's been a lot more success in the eu and it's because of some of the things that you said about you can't travel or go to certain places without these vaccine passports. They've seen in new york that this idea of a passport being required to get into restaurants and things is is actually increasing is working and similar thing happened. in france. of course a similar thing happened in france to what we were worried about. Which is there were massive protests against not mandate passport of a kind but i think we all agree that like soft mandates where you incur where tyson foods said. You can't work in the plant or come to the office unless you're vaccinated so once corporations kick in once you create the system where you either have to be vaccinated or tested all the time. I think that helps. It also appears that there seems to be some progress in the worst parts of the country. Most of which are in the south. The ten states with the lowest vaccination rates saw massive uptakes in in vaccinations for i for shots in the last week or so based on the fact that people were dying and and i see us were were or at least hospitals. Where filling up so there seems to be some evidence that fear is actually motivating some people in that category. That's just above the fourteen percent. Who said nothing can convince them to get vaccinated. And i guess the final question to me is is..
"john dickerson" Discussed on No Agenda
"Indonesia is overtaking india as the current asian hotspots in jakarta families cute in the streets to buy oxygen and with icu. Beds full victims often fall. Ill armed die at home for but there are stories of remarkable covert recovery's how about hundred and two year old nichol guy from moscow. A world war two veteran who left hospital this week bursting with pride to have battled the virus and one. Where was this from again. This is some. Cbs good That cps whatever with john dickerson or or or usually by the other woman Who's the head of that thing. The woman who runs that. Usually i wanna just just as an aside the they they prop up this old man and then she says he left hot. She said he left hospital. Yeah i heard i me. I'm thinking just an american doing a reporters this a brit. She didn't sound american obliterated palmer. She's better listen. Madonna also has that stupid accent and she's from detroit which when you're when you're in a milieu. I wanna stay with the with australia. For second. with sydney specifically we have a lot of contact with producers and candy navia in the united kingdom in europe and australia. Certainly place have prohibited taxi and rideshare services from conveying passages passengers to the bay from now until three pm however police do say that essential workers anyone requiring medical treatment will be able to make their way to their destinations and now companies are transport companies. Who fail to comply with the notice. Risk a maximum penalty of five hundred thousand dollars while individuals face. Fine so for up to one hundred thousand dollars. People nuts well. I'd like to apologize to australia. I made a mistake. I made an error. I was convinced. And i even berated australia on a previous episode. That they're six months behind us. So you knew what was coming. You could get ready for this nonsense. Here's my error. This is our future ahead of six months when we hit the cold season. Like that right now and you get the flu going on. Which by the way. This is something that came across the transom. You know the So that rt pr tests cdc withdrew it and said you know we're looking for Looking for something else that can.
"john dickerson" Discussed on Back To Work
"Hard on yourself. If this stuff doesn't always fly and also allow yourself a little joy to go. That was really cool. That i said play this everywhere and it worked a nice thing. Well thank you for permission to do that. Honestly i know what you're saying. And i think what i do is there is something that is kind of weird about those types of things. Something as simple as like the idea. Let's not even go back to the ninety s even which doesn't feel like that long ago but you go back to the nineties. How would you play music in your whole house. You would have to have your entire house wired with physical wires speakers table copper like speaker copper speaker wire and the there would need to be speakers physically inside of your walls or ceiling. They wouldn't be independent. You can have those intercom rich families. Had oh yeah. I agree with you if you had your you had your knocking msci rolling and you wanted it to go everywhere. Data would have to wire. There's only a very very steely dan thing to do to one. It is but the thing that's weird to me. The thing like i totally understand it but it's stupid because the first thing he said to me is but that doesn't work on your google device. Does it and the answer obviously is no and if i had an apple homepods i suspect i don't know only brought it up because the audience knew that you were mostly hub guy now. Well i only have the one. I've got a lot of amazon devices. The google hub is. What's my favorite device because sold amazon. What you're saying. Yeah but the thing is. I went on amazon prime day. These extra things and they're really cool and you know. I'm not going to not use the google because i'm primarily using it for like all of the stuff that i do relating to like timing things and very very good at that kind of thing i love that displays. The countdown on the main screen. When it's doing it super handy. I like the way it displays a clock all the time if you want to. It's very good at understanding me. When i just shout something to it never seems to make a mistake then troubling jinxing it right now and like i said my favorite thing when i use it for the most is watching stuff on youtube. It's perfect for watching stuff on youtube. And where those are. All of the things i just mentioned are what amazon is for whatever reason not as good at. You can't watch youtube on an amazon device. Easily it's but i want that integration. And of course. Of course google and amazon could play nicely together and apple could to and so that you could just have one protocol that the sonos and that apple and google and amazon. All that you play on. And why shouldn't i. Why shouldn't i be able to connect speakers on have them just. They're all speakers. They're all wireless they all understand streaming. Just come out with protocol and supports and let. Yeah no. we're going to build walls and metal. Only are devices can keble together. Yeah i get it because they want to have a whole house. Full of one branded device amazon wants to own your whole house. Like i get it but just be cool guys it. Just give us the brakes. Well you know what what merlin if you drive a honda and i drive a toyota. We're going to have to get gas at different places and you know what you can ride. Yeah we have to ride on differ roads and only certain people can ride in those cars with you go. I'm honda i got. I'll see over at the restaurant. I gotta drive my car. It's dumb we're going to say hundres man. Yeah i agree. It's frustrating so under food. Airfoil it can send to a not a beater right anyway. Airforce go check it out. I agree with you Sometimes that serves as well though because if we've learned anything that's always was a terrible way to begin sentence. The only the only worse dependent clauses as the father of a daughter. Just stop doing that But you know the thing this is we understand. Thinks is very similar to a pattern. Where you've seen before and you know we're pattern recognition engines With wang's most of us and it's that's all we recognize a little patterns and try not to die But it is interesting. Though like what it means to be on numerous to paraphrase john syracuse. For example like netflixing at netflix. Plan on practically anything. Yeah it's their their model is really benefited by making it. Very easy to watch Watch netflix anywhere. I mean i. I think anybody well most of us. If we're being honest when i tunes came along. I was mostly like a vending machine for music yet. Did other stuff but like exists. The door especially like on apple. Tv like having. I tuned store on apple. Tv was mueller there. So you could buy and rent video right now. That's they figured out a bunch of stuff to make that work. Well the other thing is that as long as we're walking by this let's let's also remember what it was like to try and make any kind of payment online before i'm going to say maybe two thousand and one really hard to do. There's so many things that are just mostly solve problems now. It does not make me happy that they're mostly solved by things like pay power but anyway. That's something i always think about. Like one thing that has afforded a lot of these things are making it easier to move usually fairly small amount of money from one place to another but tunes on apple. Tv it really. Was you know like a cigarette machine for music or whatever and then that same way. This is going to sound. Like i'm being deliberately silly or dim but sometimes forget that the one of the primary purposes from amazon's pov for the entire line of their two products. If you buy stuff. And i forget it all the time. It's it's in the sense. That if i'm in the kitchen and running around on damn we're out aid noodles and i really like egg mls and i don't mean the ones in that in the plastic bag. They're not as good there to chewy. I like the valley. I think they're pronounced anyway. So what do. I do a yellen to yell into one to say. Hey appleton. guess. Remind me to order noodles in two hours well. Why don't i yell to the other. Hey amazon dingus at ignorance to cart and what that will do you could even just say reorder. I don't like to do that because i wanna go. Look at it right but you know. That's what they want you to do. They want you to be yelling into the air all the time. So the point being same as it benefits netflix to have that app and to their service on lots of different things it benefits amazon to get people to to make this part of the effort to so reduce friction than it starts to feel like amazon is the easiest way to get anything. And if i'm being honest amazon is the easiest way to get almost anything especially if you can yell into the air new green screen that arise in like two days is the kind sort of springs open. Those are really good. Because you don't have to worry much about the wrinkles. Yeah yeah it's an auto which seems to be rebranding corsair and is making me very confused. But el gato makes one that hangs down from your ceiling or mounts as anyway it just. It's still bewildering to me. Like kind of crazy crap that you can order. That will mostly probably be delivered in a couple of days but you know anyway like there's plenty of ways to look at like the the boo boo hoo terrible future that we're facing but there is still some really neat stuff to some of this stuff is just the when it doesn't work in my case. Yes even me. I sometimes get a little bit weird about like what kind of complexity. What insane corner of my own design have i painted myself into with this nonsense and i mean and honestly i. There's no reason to be snarky about it. I i still love paper. So i have. This feeling is john dickerson notebook. Where sometimes i don't want you on the air. Sometimes they just walk around with both. My hands occupied like ones. My left hand is given with the milk. John dickerson field reporters notebook in my left hand. And long one right. Well you're sweet to say so and the tool ballpoint pen tool the tools in my right hand.
"john dickerson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Where you have things go wrong. CBS is John Dickerson. That takes us to 12 minutes past six o'clock, We've managed to patch a line through to Cairo seven. Pinpoint meteorologist Nick Allard, who's going to explain I was expecting thunderstorms yesterday and I didn't see feel or hero. One of them. Oh, you didn't get any yet. We had some. We definitely did. Where were that's what the showers. They were in America. Okay? You didn't You honestly didn't see there are quite a few like in the in the Etem Claude area. I know we have pockets of heavy showers farther north, like, you know, it was one of those things. I'm just worried that I would. I mean, I was not quite a bit yesterday and I saw some darkening clouds and I was expecting the You know the kaboom, But I didn't hear a thing. But you can assure me that there were some yesterday. Yes, I can assure you, I assure you and I assure you, yes, but now we're done with all that. You have to worry about it anymore. What we have this morning low clouds, Little fog, Little mist Drizzle and then we will see rapidly clearing skies in the low seventies from mostly sunny day. We keep that trend going mid seventies tomorrow and Friday, Upper seventies Saturday, Low eighties for the first day of summer, also last day of spring, Sunday and Father's Day and then by Monday with off shore when we could be 85 86. Mm. With some low eighties for next Tuesday. So Yeah, the heat is here. This is all the way and you don't have to worry about the thunderstorms. I know you were concerned. I know it was looking for now on If you need something to go, kaboom, I'm happy to walk behind you to make loud noises, okay? I'll. I'll certainly consider that obvious mine. It is 6 13. And what is it? It's 56 right now at the Carter Subaru Studios. Here's traffic with Chris Sullivan brought to you by.
"john dickerson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"From Wednesday's deadly siege to the capital. And America is on edge as the clock ticks down on the last days of the Trump administration, with scenes of violence and destruction are still horrifying, made even more disturbing by where and when the writers wage there were last week. On pressure down in the soul of our democracy in assault literally on the citadel of liberty in the United States Capitol himself five lakhs, including a Capitol police officer were lost as a result of this national disgrace. Questions about four preparation for an event advertised by President Trump as wild and the disastrous response from law enforcement continue to grow. A mob of Mr Trump's followers were incited by the president himself to try and overturn the election by disrupting the certification of electoral votes. We're going to the capital, and if you don't fight like hell, you're not gonna have a country anymore. They failed democracy succeeded another challenge punishment or at least accountability for actions across the country. Law enforcement is working to round up the extremists. Nearly one, huh? It would have been charged. So far. As for Mr Trump, congressional Democrats and some Republicans say his actions are reprehensible. Why I think the best way for our country jackets for the president to resign and go away. Assume it's possible we'll cover it all with two key senators Missouri Republican Roy Blunt and Delaware Democrat Chris Coons, D C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and former head of cybersecurity for the Trump administration. Chris Krebs. Then look at the devastating surge of covert 19 and more on that new strain of the virus. Former FDA commissioner Doctor Stop that leave will be with us. And finally, it wouldn't be a major Washington political story without the legendary Bob Schieffer. He and John Dickerson will both be with us today. It's all just ahead on face the nation. Good morning and welcome to face the nation. It's a quiet Sunday here in the nation's capital,.
"john dickerson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Saw the closest thing to that since the British attacked it more than 200 years ago, the president who had once threatened to quell protests over racial justice with the insurrection Act. Had spurred an act of insurrection, his encouragements or the ugly flower of four years of dismantling traditions that hold democracy together. His lie about a stolen election was just the latest in a campaign against the very nature of truth. To an audience. He'd primed to believe that the government was made up of sinister forces trying to steal their liberty. Members of Congress, some of whom he had targeted were forced to follow the emergency instructions put in place after 9 11. In the extremist threat was supposed to be coming from overseas Capitol police had to draw their side arms. Not all protesters were violent. Some stopped to take pictures in the Capitol Rotunda, where there hang paintings of founding American moments. Pilgrim's landing the signing of the Declaration of Independence. There was also a painting of the moment George Washington willingly handed back power by resigning as commander in chief of the Continental Army. Artist John Turnbull said the act was inconceivable because usually leaders clung to power no matter what. If Washington does that King George the third, supposedly said he will be the greatest man in the world. American monuments have power because they inspire the conduct. They elevate in this case, Washington's virtue restraint character. Washington put the nation over his personal ambition. Donald Trump's personal ambition has convulsed the nation that is a far greater threat to Washington's legacy and America than any threat from which President Trump may perceive himself. As the protector. CBS is John Dickerson. That's it for the weekend round up. Thanks for listening. We want to get your feedback. Send us your thoughts. Sam story ideas to weekend round up it. CBS news dot com. As always, you can find the program online on Apple podcast..
"john dickerson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The 25th. Amendment and invoking that and basically stripping his power from him, But I'm not sure it's a It's a a delicate remaining 14 days and people in leadership. I need to constantly send a message of unity and calm. But the president even though he's saying he's committed to a peaceful transfer of power when he continues to put the thorn in the shoe by saying the election was stolen and not having someone stand up and say, that is a lie. You're leaving the basis. The poison is still there. John Dickerson, Thank you so much for being with us this morning. We have Leaving the poison's still there. Yeah. Uh, that's what it is. I mean, you're still sewing. You're still leaving that doubt. And people who follow and respect you. You're still casting doubt. And that is the spark that fuels this fire. That really is it is And even after states of Certified it. These are the results. It's still being questioned me. I mean, I go back, I think maybe because we're the four of us are older. I put that er on their e r older McClane. Whatever whatever. Thompson wants to go down this road can use the oldest. But anyway, um, I'm sorry again. Taking moments of levity when we can you know, MacLean made me laugh Now I'm gonna make fun of your that back to.
CBS News announces anchor changes at "CBS This Morning," "CBS Evening News"
"Morning. There is a shakeup underway at CBS news this morning. The network announced major changes to its flagship shows this Gayle king on CBS this morning. We are announcing some major changes today moving forward working to get even better at what we do. Those major changes come amid ratings concerns for CBS this morning and also for the CBS evening news. And also after a series of harassment revelations rocked this network in recent years joining us now with more NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik morning. David. Hey, do to what is happening CBS. And why why is it happening now? So let's first talk about what's happening. You're going to see Nora O'Donnell, leave CBS this morning. It's that's their their morning news show, and she's going to become the anchor of CBS evening news. You know, the newscast once host by Dan rather on kites storage show. She's replacing Jeff glor- who's been there less. Than eighteen months. You're going to see a little bit of rotating chairs happening on the morning show. She is doing that John Dickerson's going to leave the morning show and the coin correspondent for a sixty minutes. And you're going to see the remaining this show built around. Gayle king who's been there who's really a sword in recent years, but particularly even in the last year landing a bunch of news making interviews, including a memorable one with our Kelly's been accused of so many crimes memorable interview to say the least. Yeah, really intense and really brilliantly handled by king, and she'll be joined by Anthony Mason longtime Saturday morning show host. He's been a longtime evening news anchor Fillon at a correspondent for the network. Anthony Mason, we'll also be joined by a twenty dokoupil a correspondent for for the network, and those those figures will be rotating in and around these these major programs, and what about the timing is is there something. Significant that CBS is going through all the shuffling at this moment. What does it tell us will even seeing a lot of coverage in a lot of rumors and speculation about what was going to happen? CBS had won some audience and also gotten a lot of morale boost by pursuing harder news edge for its morning show and for the evening news, and yet ratings had sagged in recent years, Jeff chlorine, some ways was expected to be the solution. He replaced got Pelley after Kelly's ratings after initial boost had had declined and there've been some tension between Pelley, the former anchor and former CBS news president David Rhodes glare was supposed to solve onto this under under roads and had not done. So and there've been a question of what's going to happen to pairing of John Dickerson, quite brilliant. Former moderator of face the nation had not had the same level of success as the morning show. It had under Charlie rose. And so they said something's going to happen. Too risky was named at the beginning of the year to shake things up in the shakeup was hers. So is. Is it just about ratings or how much of this has to do with the the sexual harassment scandals that we've seen this network through? Well, you seen a network. The network rocked by sexual harassment scandal from the top les Moonves, the chairman of CBS the entire parent network Inc. As well as Jeff Fager, the former chairman of CBS news in the longtime executive producer, sixty minutes, which is far and away in some ways, the most important show, certainly money maker for CBS CBS evening news CBS this morning. Have sort of been perennial third rated shows Charlie Rose's departure from CBS this morning in late twenty seven teen really rocked the chemistry and rock the stability of CBS news, but they had hoped to Dickerson could stabilize that. This sentence is the latest domino to fall from that. They want to stabilize the show want to stabilize the network insurance scheme particularly wants to show it's hers, and she's going to find a path forward for CBS. All right. Big changes today at
Jeff Flake won't run for prez, joins CBS News as a contributor
"Was as Chris Barnes reports. A former lawmaker has a new job on TV former Arizona Republican Senator Jeff flake is officially joined CBS news as a contributor flake will be working on a series of pieces that will look for common ground in the United States. According to the CBS this morning co host John Dickerson and flake, wait in decide efforts to pass comprehensive. Criminal Justice reform is one example flake announcing back on Tuesday. He will not be challenging President Trump in twenty twenty
27 new women have accused Charlie Rose of sexual misconduct
"Welcome back everybody we are the home of everything entertainment of that means we get the dirt alert from elizabeth ries every day hello elizabeth guys nice to be with you boy it's going to be tough for me to get through any stories besides the breaking big one this morning and this is about charlie rose and a bombshell report in the washington post so i'm just gonna alert this that that is going to be the dirt today oh that nothing had come out about his time at cbs and so sort of the story was that this was his behavior and definitely his pattern of inappropriate abusive harassing behavior but it hadn't happened during his time at cbs you know he'd only been on the cbs morning show for you know what four or five or five years thanks jason but here's what the washington post found out when they did massive investigation over a fivemonth period the washington post investigated one hundred and seven current and former cbs news employee's as well as two dozen others who worked at rose at other television programs many of them who were interviewed spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were afraid of retaliation and so then the post says that they corroborated the accounts with other people an additional twenty seven women fourteen cbs news employees and thirteen who worked with him elsewhere said rose sexually harassed them concerns about charlie rose behavior were reportedly flag to managers at the network as early as nineteen eightysix and as recently as april of twenty seventeen when charlie rose was coanchor of cbs this morning and this the washington post is quoting multiple people with firsthand knowledge of the conversations are have gaels reaction that you spoke of elizabeth's you would you like me to play love that thank you jason gaels reaction coming out of that story take a listen anthony i have a very bad case of deja vu i have to say i feel sick to my stomach and i don't know what to say about this you know when when the story first broke i said charlie was my friend i still consider him a friend i know that's probably not the politically correct thing to say this moment but i don't believe in abandoning friends when they're down that said this is very troubling very disturbing and you can't discount what these women are saying i know all of the men who were mentioned in the management the management that they're saying they're too i've great respect for them and and this is what i know i don't know what more we can do to charlie rose except a public flogging he's gone he's not coming back to cbs news norah o'donnell john dickerson and i or the new team we are working very hard here i know that we bring up quality broadcast surrounded by a quality team and all we can continue to do do the best possible possible job that we can but you see these allegations you hear the stories and it just makes you sick all over there's gail there down in office hallway to a recording studio and she says that the culture there was that people said what they wanted to they did what they wanted to you what about the managers yeah you're absolutely right i told you take the whole dirt alert thank you for bringing you the latest