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"john wally" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

04:19 min | 2 weeks ago

"john wally" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Who he was and was looking for blood in new york. Jacob leisler was now in control of the colony by there was not a friend of andrew's going back to his new york and probably would have been thrilled a hand address over to the authorities or alternatively hold onto him and kill him right there in new york so no address was having to ask the question where in a region where everybody hates me. Can i escape the answer. Lie in rhode island in the quakers. Sure they may not have been huge supporters of his but the quakers hated the puritans. And at least that was the start. If nothing else they would be less likely to want to handri's back to the puritans new england. But hey that's something. In this case. However unfortunately for edmund andrews e did not make it to the quakers. He was captured by non quakers in rhode island l. Under armed guard mold. The entire incident was reported back to massachusetts. Andrews was quickly moved out of rhode island and was placed in the custody of john wally while he was at least interesting choice to guard andrews eight former member of the dominion council while we seem to lack the vitriolic eight towards andrews. That was so invoked. In the summer of sixteen eighty nine andrews was returned to the fort on castle island where this time he was held in your solitary confinement. Meanwhile in england the king was forced to deal with what should happen to his now imprison to governor william the third could not fully denounce the actions of the new englanders as their overthrow vandross so closely mirrored his overthrow of james the second not wanting to eliminate the communists was absolutely a huge consideration at the same time however he was not terribly anxious to see andrews swinging from the gallows or his head on a spike popular opinion back in england ebbed and flowed at first. There was a lot of support for the actions of the new englanders. however as stories of andrews's captivity rolled in that support quickly faded entered into contempt for.

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"john wally" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

08:04 min | 2 months ago

"john wally" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"It is bert. He's back baby bret bielema hired by illinois. I feel pretty good about that higher. What the hell i'm ed. I'm generally good. It's not like he was just fired a week ago and took this job or even last year by arkansas. Went to the nfl gain some perspective. Maybe you just sort of realized what you miss about what you would do differently. Lovey smith didn't have that in terms of the. Here's what i would do differently than my last stop as a college coach right potentially has it. Everybody's gonna point to like The power offense ran he. Offense evolved at arkansas. They ended up throwing it a ton by the time he left and i look forward to him. Hopefully being able to evaluate develop. And bring in. You're not going to bring in huge classes at illinois. But i think i think they can be interesting. And they haven't been interesting in a longtime shorter that wisconsin when last year for for stretches illinois has not interesting for a long time and i think just the competence floor i think rises significantly. What life is all about context right. Yeah if auburn came out this afternoon said guys we just hired bret bielema right. Put your hands together for the next coach at all. That would not go over. he's not failing upwards going illinois that would not go over well but illinois illinois not a traditional college football power. It's a part of the country that bret bielema from he knows well. He had a lot of success in that big ten west climate see from. Where's he from. Roy louise from illinois tattoo is bret bielema who has an iowa tattoo. I'm verifying this now. Bret bielema iowa tattoo. Believe he does okay correct. He does well believe achieve with the hawkeye his old team. Wisconsin won an overtime over minnesota. Twenty two seventeen and nebraska one on friday night. Twenty eight to twenty one over rutgers. The overcame four turnovers to do. So did i think minnesota penn state opted out right. Minnesota state both opted out. Yeah minnesota and penn state opted out the trophy minnesota. Wisconsin is acts right pundits. axiom they get the axe. Wisconsin gets the ax. I mean look it's gonna feel like an afterthought of a week but those wins still are meaningful to those fan bases to those players to those coaching staffs and so really cool to see nebraska. I didn't watch any of against rutgers. I i learned for the first time that they outgained the scarlet knights. Thanks to a bunch of turnovers keeping it closer than it should have been so hey nebr- nebraska yes andrea martinez in dietrich mills deserve that themselves. Nice as okay. They both had good days. Okay where we go next. What did you say. I was just going to say. Texas and m. did what it had to do. Thirty four to thirteen over tennessee. I'm sure there are a lot of am fans are wondering. Why are you talking about the aggies in our into the show. Why not sooner given controversy. The truth is that there wasn't a whole lot of controversy. Everyone i think had a pretty good idea for where this playoff things go. That does not at all Supersede the fact that you guys. And i hear that i hear that point i take that point. Weird year am did what it had to do here. They want big vol's drew first blood harrison bailey. At a nice touchdown pass to start this game off all downhill from there and zoomed into the lead. They never looked back. Jimbo fisher tried to be his outspoken. As possible and politics for the aggies was obviously not meant to be here as are left out as a number five team again. I know it's a consolation prize. Probably not what am fans want to hear. I honestly believe that there is. We haven't seen the bowl matchup jet. Maybe they're out by the time we get done recording the sting around two thirty now. I think there is potential for a more interesting bowl game. Now that they're outside the playoff more interesting playoff game against the cincinnati. That could be interesting. I think oregon might be playing iowa state. Okay here's north carolina versus texas. Am in the orange bowl. That could be a fun. Game feels like it should be a fun game Miami's in the cheese at bowl and states in the gator bowl wake forest and the dukes male bowl. I think formerly the bulk bowl. That's that's the only thing nebraska opted out. I did see that earlier michigan state opting out which they actually could have made a game given twenty twenty they have opted out. That's that's all. I'm seeing right now. I'll keep updating you. If i see other matchups we had lsu and a comeback effort. Yeah winning fifty three to forty eight over ole miss big game for keyshawn. Fourteen grabs eight so free and good. I did not watch a lot of this game. I saw that. That's one on my list for later today. Just because i wanted to to get through a couple of times the the championship games by sounded like everybody had a ridiculous time watching this game. Four thirty five passing for max johnson. Another good game for him he Miss state wins fifty one to thirty two over mizzou. Pretty much had control the hallway here three touchdowns for will rogers your boy to home to home. To whom did he connect. Thank you very much john. Wally a nice little do day file. In the pac twelve we had stanford winning in double overtime. We had utah winning by seventeen over wazoo and we had asu winning by thirteen points. Forty six to thirty three over oregon state. What some moments from stanford. Ucla and i did see stamford did not have a single positive. Cova test among players or coaches this year. Which is its own accomplishment. David smells to see me for hokkaido. I know mills had those interceptions. He claims he had the first pick six of his life. I saw the hat okay. Great but ucla tried to go for it to go for two for the win and did not get why. Do as well davis mills largely got done outside of the turnovers but see me for hobo in a year in the last two three years. I suppose since bryce love sanford hasn't really had a game. Changing offensive player seeming quickly becoming that guy out wide sixteen for two thirty and three touchdowns yeah and dmitry. Felton did not play in this game and details got hurt so for me to felton. Didn't play right. Stanford couldn't stop britain brown correct. The duke transfer couldn't stop it and brown nineteen on the ground and chase griffith had a good game in the. The smart quarterback really got four touchdowns something like that had good game against oregon and had a good game against two passes. How lost downs. So yup good. We had a bunch of games cancelled. We talked about those on the preview. At time of recording we've got something like eighteen or nineteen teams have opted out a bowl game. Some big name teams from arizona state to florida state penn state. Ucla usc. virginia. Virginia tech watched in washington like there are a bunch of big name teams. I would expect that this is gonna grow so we'll do our best to keep you up to date as that list continues to grow as we will when we actually have boll announcements out. We've already got some of them. Starting to trickle in. But you know we're gonna do our best here to keep you up to speed. Don't forget play. Winter wonders is where he can player. Cool bowl.

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"john wally" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

Rover's Morning Glory

06:36 min | 9 months ago

"john wally" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory

"Money. The team doesn't supply the sponsorship. The driver brings a sponsorship. If you want to run a national park tomorrow, you show up with twenty million dollars. You could have cut ride with one of the teams. That's where the driver the driver's bring the money to the team. The team fields car, so the driver has to bring the money. You have a driver whose contract is up and the driver that does not have a sponsor. It is unable currently to get a sponsor, so you have a team that's going to close its doors. Basically can't show up at the next race or they don't have funding. They need funding. They need somebody to say hey, who is this guy? But better what I see the guy's car and they they have I mean they're sponsors on it. They lost their annual their annual contract. was closed. They do not have funding through the end of the year. They do not have funding for next year. All right, so who so, who did this? The team or Bubba Wallace himself. I wasn't there. I can't say you know the fact that that thing was hanging there that the garage bowl was hanging there since last year at somebody seeing opportunity that they see in. Here's a spark. Lester a whole gallon gasoline on it and see if it burns. Marnie let me ask you one question regarding your Nascar conspiracy, theories, Danika, Patrick. She brought a lot of interest to NASCAR 'cause. She was a hot chick. WH, why didn't why didn't they ever let her win? Right. Lot of tips. Just so bad you telling me that even with all of their help. They couldn't Riggott where she would win. She was a mediocre driver. She was she wasn't she wasn't fat. She was a mediocre driver. But he just. Told me that a guy one in a rented car with the rented engine and Blah Blah Blah, blah, Blah and he won. Why couldn't they make this Mediocre Dan Patrick William. Because, you got a lot of other teams out there, but also want that big chunk of money. It's not fully scripted. I said it's not fully scripted. Money. Excusing. Win The money even though they're rigged. He says. If the real month, the real money is not the prizemoney of the event. A real money is sponsorship gonNA. Come to you and I'm going to say I want you to give me thirty million dollars to play with my car next year. It's a whole lot better if I say, I won the Daytona five hundred. I've one this. I won that, so it is a very competitive marketplace, if not fully scripted. But it is a tactic. Are Marty in Virginia. Thank you. I appreciate it I. Don't know if I'm buying all that. What do you think Peter? You lost me. Halfway through I was so much nastier. At his head down, he was sleeping over. A lot that sucks balls of. It's true because of racing's all about the racing like I. The. Casual people watch racing because they want to see the big crash, right? That's white witch and that's what. I like to watch the racing. It bothers me when they start crashing. Because it takes away if you're the one doesn't like the crashing. I mean it's exciting when it happens, but actually find the actual racing part of it to be more exciting personally so. That sucks to know. The potentially phony like I'm watching WWe races. That's crazy me. Yeah, whether they're not totally fake or not. That sucks if they're not all equal. Stock Stock Baseball teams aren't all equally either. The Yankees spent a gazillion dollars every year. That's the point of stock. Cars are all supposed to be the same, and who can tweak them the best to make them run better, and who's got the better driver with a better endurance who can make their car run drive that the best find the best line. I mean that kind of stuff that sucks. That's not all legit Yank. You're on Rover's morning glory. Good Morning Jake. Over Hey, that guy you had a big. You don't know what the hell he's talking about. First of all the losses running RTR engines. Those rented engines from our Richard Petty motorsports takes inputs in your car does not have the fastest car out there. They don't have the best program for stricter place mile and a half tracks or short trans. The guy's an idiot. I don't and Dale. Jarrett won at Daytona five hundred and for Joe Gibbs because he's a helluva driver. He went on to win another Tony, five hundred and championship just a few years later so I. This guy is all rigged. Though probably all who can forget Dale Jarrett. Multiple Daytona five hundred reverence. WHO's your top five favorite Racers Rover? My top five are. probably. Slim Johnson okay these great. Old. Baba. Baba Wallis but the first BUBBA. BUBBA Jones. Yeah Bob Bubba John's. Wally don't forget wally I liked him. The there you go and include us. cleaness is probably my all time favorite He was the best but Dick trickle. Well. That is an interesting name. That is a real racer Dick trickle. Why would you name? Your last name is trickled. You Name Your Kid Dick. It's funny. To laugh. Mean, kid growing up. He seemed to do okay. doozy. Are you ready for the his here we go. Easy on Rover's morning glory, this three suspects in the shooting death of Ahmad Arvari have been indicted Travis Mcmichael Greg, McMichael and William Bryant are formerly charged nine counts related to armories, shooting death, which happened back in February. The charges include Malice Murder Four counts of felony murder to conserve aggravated assault as well as many other charges. The three were not arrested until cell phone video.

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"john wally" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"john wally" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Attempt at singing and it was the most awkward thing to wear Vinnie and Greg couldn't even look it's it's so uncomfortably funny I urge you to check it out and I put on my Twitter if you want to see it all I'll see the morning show count can retweeted it's it's so uncomfortable watching yeah hilarious wait a minute hold on a minute when you look on the line this week is this Big Daddy Graham your I think that it would solve man homeowner certainly make note in right there hearing my real I'm going down an escalator going up what are you doing there Big Daddy and I haven't heard from you in awhile are you I category one arm up an arm up and I I know you've been talking that every legal there on the back for a time they got a group of people are coming over had big are now at home you know I really don't know where were all over you going to be a you find out on on gun very and I'm looking forward now I have a question for you because you know since you're gonna be hosting the eagles game eva is here hosting the pep rally will either be doing the cooking now on my way to change the code Eberharter cookers now he is pretty good procrit my white cotton you know now you know that nor that kind of stuff learn a girl hello what's up may your daughter live John Johnson right now I ordered my daughter yeah hi okay what's up dad yeah really going on and by the way for Sunday it's not going to be mean he will cook and we please cheese steaks although all the perfect play off food pop all the perfect foil for now don't down at the big day don't get cheap were all the right things I will you buy it my brother my brother like fifteen years there's a couple people chanting Big Daddy Graham for you in the background would you like to sing you a song mark which is what what's the serenade you but for many of there are now three is here you know your body manager from the thought that the the eagles fans in the house he's a he's a great guy it was a sad about everybody's been asking about you down here dad they have a lot of support a lot of people love you and I I but I guess the John Johnson now because I think you might need to give a prediction or something yeah you're still down there I have an organ or show me morning at eight AM get money out of them yeah I know I I don't think that's going to work very well but you know what you know what I did what happened was really cool today I found out on January thirteenth bald like releasing a a seltzer and I that's fantastic news for made at every go one you because when I'm at home just like hanging out all the time they both of us going back and forth but a drink plenty of them over the summer when we hit up the aisle and what they got to do with Iraq like its alcoholic call all right I'm moving on right now yeah it's gone way over his head it's alright that book you know what I'm going to I'm going to leave Vicki curry Greg order in the house they're hanging out with everybody and I'm even though when I got to give tickets away given the ticket the game tickets to walk again Robert pack for your real family affair I want to get my you want to get your modern birds your nor tomorrow John Wally gonna do is get go I mean bills here I mean we can we can get bills online would give their own online and room bill Max it's a family affair down here pop out you know what rumor I hate to break up this love that but I think that Greg word is going to pop on the John Johnson right now our director ang up yes a big data and then wondered if you want to call me later okay all week you have later thanks big that I appreciate it night Big Daddy Graham I always like to hear from Big Daddy well I joining us here here Chickies in Pete's he's been saying hi to everybody signing autographs take pictures.

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"john wally" Discussed on HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

12:51 min | 2 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

"On music videos. It's like, you know, what this platform is. You know, vivo is going to put all of these tools on there. Just give me thirty seconds of black. It's all you need. Now. I think you actually talked to the guy from Kimmel or got some information from him on what their current strategy is. Did you not? Yes. Yes. The guy who is the digital guru of all things Jimmy Kimmel been there for years, Mike Chaffee certify, yes. Certified genius trophies the best. And so I talked to him about you know, what Kimmel's doing where is their perspective knowing that we were going to have this conversation. And he gave me a couple insights, first and foremost, they treat the sort of comedy within that last twenty seconds with the same respect, they treat everything else that the writing team does Kimmel himself, so they really are showing respect to the platform. Showing respect to the form and function of the in screen, which I think shows I think that there's an often Tissot to that where it's not you five jokes every month that they just rotate in and out that you see twenty or thirty times. But instead they're kind of spreading it out a little better. There's more nuance to end their frankly getting funnier funnier because they know how to write for eight twenty seconds spot, and the key value there in this is what trophy was saying something that I fully agree. With is the value is a little less now about the specific click to another video action, but creating longer watch times higher percentages of retention because people want to stay through that last twenty seconds is a potentially big advantage against channels. That are just having twenty seconds lopped off their total Runtime by rule because there's nothing there for anyone that provides value back. And also the value back for how the outer them treats the other videos within that in card space. So you are choosing to put a video in there to drive someone to the next even if they're not clicking not specific video the algorithm is saying, hey, the creator thinks this is the right next video for person to watch. So that means it is more likely to show up in the suggested video or later in your browse feature because you watch this video and here's another one to watch. So it's just another area for that continuation view in how to drive more people to watch all videos on the channel not necessarily specifically that one or a specific drive you're doing you that specific day and and to add onto what you're saying. It's not just people will watch through that last twenty seconds. I am edging. Some people always wanna see what sort of Antic or quip he has the end. So if it's coming. With only a minute to go in the video where they might click off. They get used to the idea of wanting to stay to the end because they don't know what he's going to say he could say anything, and thus that overall length gets longer, and by the way, the longer you get these audience retention the higher the algorithm starts to rank you and put videos from this channel in your feed. Is that correct? Absolutely. I mean, you watch time is very very important, but it's also retention rates. How much people are watching? You alternately have to understand the Y of what you trying to do mean. This is cornerstone for how I talked to people when figuring out strategy of any kind, including in screen is the wide as this work. Why is you to setting up algorithm to do this thing not for the value of you, the creator, but for the value of YouTube the platform and the Y here is? People to watch they won't to watch longer. Watch. More to go deeper down, those watch rabbit, holes some any content. You do that increases the likelihood of someone watching longer watching more videos going deeper than you are doing something that the outcome is likely going to favor so understanding that it's not about the super quality view of a certain percentage of of watch is not need to be ten minutes for some magic triggered ago through. It's just how good your video getting people to watch more. And then how good is it to keep people watching the platform of YouTube, hopefully, more of your videos, but really if it's keeping people on the platform, you're going to also still see some decent algorithm. Benefit. So big shout out to Mike Chaffee of the Jimmy Kimmel show who I I talked to years ago, and it's so nice to hear he still doing a great job. What? What other sort of audience retention techniques? Have you got rolling at group nine media that businesses can make use of? Cents. A really good question. I think dub tales actually really nicely to inscriptions. Specifically again, what we're trying to accomplish within screens, which is pushing people into more content about two issues ago. I could be a little wrong on that YouTube introduced community tab. It's basically like a a dime store version of social media platform built into the channels. And so it was really good for loggers and people who have a very constant day-to-day conversation with their fans because they can now right post share videos with unique messaging and really kind of build a community as intended for the longest time. A, you know, publishers major mediators, basically, anyone that isn't super active in deeply engaged on a day-to-day basis with a phantom. Really didn't get a lot of value out of the tab in. It was really an afterthought within the last six months, though, we've been seeing that the acceptance of its use amongst just fans of regular YouTubers as well as the incorporation of the feed the community tap feed into a homepage experiences on mobile and desktop has really allowed that to be a viable new touch point for a business and their audience. So we've been experimenting with a lot of ways to increase our community tab usage to grow in promote general channel health as opposed to individual video viewership, bumps I don't know what that means. What does that mean promote channel health? So channel health is essentially how viewed YouTube is thinking about the channel as a whole. So an example would be Euro-channel. All that, you know, used to get ten million views video now, you're getting a hundred forty thousand views video in you. Are you have a bit of an algorithm profile that you can't escape from with ten million? But the one hundred forty thousand now is about all you're getting more difficult to sort of then grow that out because you're still far afield from where the channel used to be sort of you saying that that's because there's too much competition or you're you don't you're content isn't as good or your your your audience has gotten older and his no longer interested. It's a factor of the the sort of how the views your content is essentially it's a book a book that's being written since moment. One of you, uploading that piece of content and all of that information stays within the outer them to look at it now will change its values. How much it weighs? As or how much cares about? But this is how you will see people kind of be subscribed to channel, but only periodically see some of their content because they don't really engage with that frequently and the algorithm kinda can read that and say, oh Jimmy doesn't look at channel a that frequently anymore. So we're not going to put it in there. And when you have a channel a has three million subscribers that are from nine from two thousand eleven and are not really active anymore. It looks like that's three million inactive subscribers it. It hurts. Tiny levers on the channel. That's these. Are these are triggers that are that ranked the number in the hundreds that will guide the algorithm ick placement of certain things, but we want to make not just individual videos perform better, but the entire channel perform better because that increases suggested video placement on all videos that increases, you know, your likelihood to reaching your fuller subscribership base within the launch window of new piece of content. It's just generally better to have you outgrowth mckell for the channel as a whole in addition to the video and has the community tab to that the communities have does that by keeping your channel present within a more frequent experience of of audience members. So let me interrupt you. So you're saying if there's if you only do one video week, for instance, the community could be once a day is that. At that. What you're saying and ping the viewer of precisely I would call it less of a ping in more of just a placement within their normal YouTube watching experience, but if you released video on Thursday in throw a poll up on Tuesday that gets, you know, some decent percentage of audience click through than those people are more likely to see your new video next Thursday. Now, there's going to be some super fans in there. So they're always going to see the content in they're the ones most likely to engage, but if you can grow that number up to the the thousands, tens of thousands as we seeing some of these really big channels that really utilize the communities have well, you're just keeping the channel more constant more present in the feeds of people of audience beyond. Just the hey, did you watch this video fantastic. So people use that community tab, John. Wally wall baecker. It's so great to talk to you. Could you spell your name? So people can look up and find more stuff from you. Absolutely. That's while backer spelled very different than how it's pronounced W. E? I L B A E C H E R, and how can people find out more about you and group nine media? Will you can follow group nine media group nine media dot com as well as into the any of the individual brands. Now, this the doto seeker thrill list all are fantastic. Brands, many of you have heard of. But that's where you'll see a lot of the work that we're doing. And then for me, I'm on Lincoln the last name as previously spelled I'm sure we can, you know, have that linked somewhere or just shuts perfect. And and on Twitter at J W W A L L E same for Instagram. If you wanna look at some really awesome pictures of the top of my head enjoying Disneyland. Excellent. Thank you, John Wally wall Becker of group nine media and people will be able to find this episode by searching for the word. Hey, and while we wal- b-actor my name is Dan Goldin. And I wanna thank you the listener for joining us today because each podcast, and in every video we show you how to grow your business by building a loyal customer community on YouTube and other video platforms. And so that we can do this better for you to ask you right now to subscribe and the pain review, thanks to our special guest. John wall wall backer nine media until next week. Here's to helping you help your customers video.

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"john wally" Discussed on HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on HEY.com - Video Content Marketing Tips

"It's time for dot com. The podcast what we help marketers and business owners, just like you go your customer community helpful how to videos and today, we're going to speak with John Wally law backer of group nine media. Welcome Wally, though, I am. So glad you could come on today. I wanted to ask you about a quirky unknown corner of YouTube, and this is the end screens. But not just end screens on YouTube end screens with YouTube channels in the late night comedy shows. How's that? How's that for you work for you? Oh, I'm super game for that. Okay. Great. You have a special experience with this. You've been doing this type of thing for a long time. And you're at group nine media now, Tulsa. What about your background and what you're doing now? Absolutely. So right now, I'm the VP of audience Veldman incites for the west coast for group nine media. It's a digital publisher with brands like now this the dodo Thrilla seeker at really trying to own a water really important conversations in the digital space news cute animals, where to go to eat down the street really wanna cover all sectors of society in that way. So I work predominantly through the west coast where my experience level is most prominent with YouTube mostly because of my past experience, add some MC ns like maker studios before the Disney days in collective digital studio now studio seventy one and I've done a lot of work with a lot of really big up in coming. Youtubers? People have made it people that have already established big audiences. And specifically why I think I might bring a lot to the table today. We worked with NBC universal when they launched the tonight show with Jimmy Fallon as the new host on helping develop a stronger YouTube strategy for them to really own the space, which you know, five years later, they're a really good job of and in one of the big things we instituted was paying attention to those immigrants. So I have some perspective. Right. And I I watch most of the late night comedy on YouTube non on TV, and I usually watch the monologue every night before I go to sleep. And what I noticed is that and they post them easy earlier here on the west coast. But what I've noticed is that some of their end screens in my mind are better than others in that they actually call attention and do a call to action for. You to click and watch the next video which was what I recommend businesses do and currently Jimmy Kimmel does that the most is that is that correct? I think that's a pretty accurate estimation of the world right now. Yeah. James corden. Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien, they're really sticking to more of just a title card approach to the screens. Here's the information about the show when you can watch more some of them do leave in proper spacing for in card elements. Subscribe buttons new video placement Darah of new videos to look at all that sorta stuff so clearly thinking about it from a strategic perspective. But it's the Kimmel ones that have what's almost new extensions of content. Jimmy is on camera talking to the viewer usually making some sort of fun irreverent joke within the very tight. Twenty seconds span that he has ended set up in such a way that there is more content that he's either directly referencing or sort of territory referencing that allows people to sort. Draw their attention to another piece of content instead of leading the suggest video tower or whatever else is going on their computer where their mobile phone to sort of drive that next watch action and just to be specific. This is the last ten to twenty seconds of YouTube video this is built in functionality into the YouTube platform, and that's where you can put the subscribe button or a link to a website, if if you have enough views to qualify, and you can also link to other videos or playlists and for businesses. I encourage them to do a call the action actually within the video and and point there because that's very likely to get a continuation view. And then when you get these more continuation views from your videos than the algorithm

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"john wally" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Hurry into old navy one day only tomorrow all jeans are fifty percent off. That's right. Get fifty percent off all genes for the family, even your favorite rockstar styles. But hurry, it's tomorrow only it'll Davey and old navy dot com. Valla to sixteen excludes in store clearance. Duggar football podcast. Oh, yeah. It is. But it's not just any Ross Duggar football podcast. It is a Finnish strong Friday with Greg Cosell in the his easy to talk flacco and Cuyler and more presented by seek. Download the seacat enter promo code Tucker. How about ten dollars off the already lowest ticket? Prices sounds pretty nice. I just realized I forgot to pick a spread the word winner. Probably because we have to count them to sponsor confirmation Email winners that get the Super Bowl press passes because they took advantage of the one eight hundred flowers dot com deal clicking on the radio. I kind of put in that code football. One is Tyler knoll the other John Wally Wallis who not only sent me a flowers purchase confirmation. But also a sacs purchase confirmation and Amazon purchase confirmation. So congratulations to both of you guys. I will ship out those. Bowl press passes to you. If I have your address, and you guys went the extra mile to win. So congratulations. Speaking of the extra mile. It's big Showtime. Greg before we dive into the top college quarterbacks as we start our draft series here with you, which I'm very much looking forward to I did just want to get your thoughts. I with Joe flacco the big trade Wednesday. You watched him as much as anybody the last couple of years. What have you seen from Joe flacco? And what do you think he still has to offer? The Denver Broncos. You know, it's interesting Ross flacco almost became a different quarterback over the last number of years, and it's hard to know why earlier in his career. He was very aggressive Cassar. Very good. Throwing the intermediate routes those deep digs. He has a big arm. Threw the ball extremely well down the field. Those things that were part of his game and made him at one point a very good quarterback in Super Bowl winner have not really been a major part of his game in recent years. Now, it's always hard to know when you have different coordinators different tasking systems as to the reason for that. But he became much more of a short passer more conservative passer, not as good throwing the ball down the field from a production standpoint. And the way he played did not really reflect his arm talent. Interesting point, Greg, and I wonder you know, he's had some health issues. Is it fair to say potentially? You know, some of the personnel changes. They had there in Baltimore might have had some impact. But they tried to always have a a Mike Wallace or a John Brown or somebody that can stretch the field like Torrey Smith. Always did. Yeah. I mean, you saw flashes of it obviously Ross, but just in general the yards per attempt were very low. I don't think he was aggressive as aggressive in his mindset pushing the ball down the field, which was a strength of his game through his first four or five years in the league. Clearly, so it's hard to know where the the reasons lie clearly there have been a number of coordinators. There's been a lot of changes at wide receiver. He certainly not the kind of quarterback that's going to make improvisational second reaction plays. So. It's hard to get a handle on that. You know? I think for public perception of Joe flacco at this point is that he's not very good. But he certainly can still throw the ball from a talent standpoint. Maybe a change of scenery. Maybe a change of philosophy hard to say, but he still can throw the football. Yeah. And we'll we'll see you know, how it goes for him. Certainly in Denver be very curious to see how that works out. I mean, I guess the one thing we don't know the inner workings of it, Greg. But as you said the perception of Joe flacco is that he's now terrible. I mean, obviously Vic Fangio the best D coordinator in the NFL must think that there's still something there. Right. Because he had to even if it wasn't his idea to make this trade you had to sign off on and he's kind of the head coach of the Broncos. Well, you're still looking at talent you're still looking at a guy who can throw the ball very, well, he stole a high level passer of the football. So now, can you sort of re, cultivate, that with a new scheme new system, and then ideally get him back to what he was four or five six years ago. Yeah. That'll be very interesting. And they must think he's a big upgrade, Greg over case keenum because keenum now will be ten million dollars in dead money on their cap, and they gave up a fourth round pick. So I guess my question would be what did you see from keenum this year? And is there anything you saw on tape that would indicate the flack owes a significant upgrade from keenum. Well, at some point you have to look at talent and believe that you can, cultivate, it because clearly Joe flacco was a far more talented passer of the football in case keenum. You don't need a a. Detailed? I to know that. So they're they're looking at the talent of the player and believing that they can make that work. He's clearly more counted than case keenum, that's not even really open to conversation. Speaking talent, Greg. Let's dive into it. Some of these guys coming into the draft. We know now for sure that Keiler Murray will be in the draft. I've seen what you posted on Twitter at Greg Cosell about his scouting report. But for my listeners your thoughts on Cuyler Murray as an NFL prospect. Well, you know, the only real issue for me, and for most will be his height and his his bulk where that comes into play, and that will be in the eye of the beholder one point I made when I released my evaluation, and I think it's a very valid one is there's no question Murray is an exception. So will he be seen by some as a prototype Ross for the changing nature of NFL offense? Or will he be seen as a too short too small quarterback who won't be able to function effectively? I think that will be in the eye of the beholder what makes him to me. If fascinating projection is he's an excellent throw over the football. You know, I made the point. And I'm sure it generated controversy. I don't I don't generate controversy Ross. I just watch the tape and then make my notes that's what I do as you. Well know, I think that he's throws the ball naturally better. Can Russell Wilson. And then there's a little bit of nitpick there. I'm not suggesting one's a ten in one's a five. He's more dynamically athletic than Russell Wilson. He's athletic in a different way. Now, I'm not suggesting thing that that he's better than Russell Wilson right now. But I think if you other than the size, and they're probably going to be very similar height. Wilson is Bill totally differently. And that's a factor. You know, I think that Murray has a lot of

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"john wally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One of the reasons for your generous. And also, I don't have to talk a lot about the things that I believe in and people respond. So I get more time for the show. That's a big deal to me. And it's a big deal to you. But there is an ATF manner, by the way, if you have your adblocker on on my website, do me a favor turn it off. I turn it off for websites are really like. Because it helps them function. We won't see the banner if your ad blockers on. Good to know a. All right. The FBI back deficit where I just sent them donation myself. Sort of the living mortar. I'm giving it thirty look now triple j here because he knows he feels guilty. He does. All right. I have thoroughly humiliated. One of the two people I work with. Which is disgusting on my part. I think of it. All right, everybody. I'll I'll I'll do that later. They want to do. So the better they pay the lawyers who defend religious freedom. You know, I really love that. There are people fighting alongside of me and how depressing it would be the thinking doing this alone. By the way, is my talk at Colorado state is it up at is it up yet. Take a look I really want to announce it. Oh, by the way this. I really do. We have a link to my talk to twelve hundred Jews about the Jewish left. We did we need to put it up. It was up. It's been up. So can you find it now can one find it at that? Dennis Prager dot com. I I really really really want every American to see to watch that talk. So you will understand how destructive the left is in Jewish life as it is in Catholic life Protestant life and the country and the west generally, but this is specific I'm speaking to twelve hundred Jews in LA. All of them. I guess you know, benefiting from anti-semitism because it's moron. Samantha b. See she she doesn't know what she says to be true. She believes it. But it doesn't matter on the left. All you hear is people on the left. So you spout the same lie that they have perpetrated. It's this is how it works their play her again and continue with what this is. This is the she has a late night show. TBS the Republican party tolerates benefits, totaling mainstream. Conservatives would never say anything negative about Jewish people outright. But there are other words, they use like coastal elites globalist. Wait looks idolize this. Okay. I think I know more about Jews, Judaism and anti-semitism. Then this this woman. I'm not sure she could spell anti-semitism. Okay. So lovey coastal elites beans Jews. There are wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Does that resonate with you at all? Coastal elite Jude. That's right. I missed that. And in my book on anti-semitism, I had a lifetime of writing. And speaking out Costa lately is a euphemism for Jew. Yes Costa lately, we we know what? Costa Levy never occurred to me. It means Jews. Coastal what's the next euphemism for Jews? Let's hear other words, like coastal elites globalist globalist. Oh my God. That's amazing. Yeah. The EU globalist. So they're all Jews, you know, in Brussels, one after another, in fact, you didn't know this. Did you? But the what's her name in Germany. Angela Merkel Merckel is short for Merkel's theme. You didn't know that this woman probably thinks that. By the way, this fosters anti-semitism all of a sudden it puts in people's all Jews. Oh, coastal elites are all Jews. Oh, now, I realize whom I should really hate. So you got it. That's what that's what the oh. The leftist foment than you know, here is the famous line Trotsky was Jews was left Bronstein, the the the bait the architect of the Russian revolution. With lenin. The head of the Red Army in the civil war after the Russian revolution. Right. He was the leading Bolshevik. So he was born left. Bronstein coding, totally abandoned. His Judaism like most Jews like most leftist Jews have. And that's not a criticism that just not religious. Okay. Lovelock's leftists are not religious. The fact. Anyway. So he went to the Jews are being slaughtered in Ukraine went to the chief rabbi, Ukraine. Ritchie. Probably crane approached him and asked him for help didn't get any help. And the rabbi said what does it does it very Trotskyists make the revolutions and the Bronstein pay the price. It's a brilliant brilliant line. These leftists foment Jew. Hatred. Like this woman is doing. Oh, I Dennis Prager. Never in my life thought Costa leap, meant you. Or globalist means to so now, the I could see people thinking, oh, I really don't like the I don't I don't like the coastal elites, and I I don't like the global either. So now, she is put into the mind of at least some people that they're really Jews. Continue. Please. Globalists, Hollywood liberals or John Wally wood liberals. I it Robert deniro name is Robert Berkowitz. I didn't know that Robert deniro gets up, but was at the Emmys and says F Trump. So we don't have deniro in mind when we think Hollywood liberal, we only have Jews in mind, Hollywood, liberals or John liebowitz. And currently Sean liebowitz says a joke that she's putting your k next. That was it. See because the coastal elites don't exist. Hollywood liberals don't exist. Al actually, I I love Hollywood liberals. It's Hollywood leftists that route that ruined the industry. And by the way. Yes, there is a disproportionate number of Jews in Hollywood. That's true. But Nope, that's not what people think let's say there were no Jews in Hollywood. So people like me with traditional values would not be angry at Hollywood, you think we care about the person making the crap that comes out of Hollywood. These people disgusting. Disgusting. So the question is are you disgusting when you become a leftist orders left? Does it? Make you disgusting. And I believe it's the latter. I think leftism makes people worse not liberalism. I say that every day many times a day. There's no doubt in my mind. That leftism makes people worst people..

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"john wally" Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on Full Court Press

"There's respect for Timoteo as a as a coach, but that hasn't been that hasn't been a good meshing. You're looking at the third year of a five year contract that they gave typical. And he's the last pub other than. So. RC is so fundamentally different thing. It's next x entering next season is a time if they can move on from typical. I mean, I they would. They would need to have a really good year. I think for tiptoe to be back next season just that's it's somewhat played out so that I mean Butler how close Jimmy Butler and Tom Tippett all our was was very striking to me this year in in covering the two of them. So I very much put them together as a package. Another thing that I question, even if things do go well and say the wolves get the four seat or something, and they, they win in the first skip to the second round. I think that you could call that a success. Jim butlers then up for a five year, one hundred ninety million dollar contract extension and that has that's very Blake, Griffin, John Wally. If we look at how those kind of played out a guy who I wouldn't say Jimmy is like as injury prone or like has as much. Fundamental health problems as as John wall and Griffin who have had kind of changed the way they athletically function, but you're bowler will be thirty and a five year deal. You're talking about paying him like forty over forty million dollars when he's thirty three thirty four years old that's concerning. So something I've been just kind of saying to other wolves fans is that it's not the end of the world. Jimmy Butler tells sleep. I think it's actually likely he does and Tibbs leaves to it's just it's just not the end of the world. So provided that you have towns locked up on that five-year extension you can. And if you can get off a Wiggins, you can rebuild around towns with cap space. Then they become a team like you know, like Indiana, like I was saying with all depot, even better like towns is a far superior player than victory depot will be. So it's not the end of the world. I wouldn't be surprised if this is this is typical and Butler's last season this and I just realized I let Jimmy Kyrie irvings of freezing also. So the same thing. But I, I did a poor job of collecting the guys that are all player options where they're likely to opt out in hit the market, so want to try to as I mentally catch them, put them in here and it is interesting. So I think Jimmy Butler is more injury prone than the average fan. Probably things. I think the different thing while g Butler is he has ability to get himself ready to play when physically a lot of other players really couldn't do it. But while it also say is every year he gets one year older that's going to become that much more challenging. So I think about Kyrie Irving hitting the market. He's he's struggled to put two consecutive seasons together where you hasn't missed significant time. But one of the reasons I don't know that he's done that apart from like his first four years and Butler. It just feels like he's kind of that guy where he's going to miss twenty games more seasons than and as he gets older is up, come more like twenty five or thirty. So Greg kick it over to you. Any specific thoughts on front runner? There is LeBron really just kind of going to feel like he has his pick of guys. They hit the market. He's he seems like he and Durant at least by what they've been doing in terms of promotions, like all star break and such that there's some warming up bear where they used to be, you know, a lot of coldness and competitiveness at research type of dynamics in their relationship..

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"john wally" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Was it a harry's razor not look to be it we don't want give them by the way shawn is here from from koop koop ale in oklahoma works who works in oklahoma city he brought us a whole bunch of craft beer from michael for gary get into that that's very neat so we thank you so we'll take a break we'll do old guy when we return them tony kornheiser you're listening to the tony kornheiser show this is all guy radio today and this is old this is this is lesley gore the late lesley gore i await lizzy gordy sister of michael gore who was did tremendous work in terms of music and scoring motion pictures and television shows these this got to be sixty years old nineteen sixty three number one on this date nineteen sixty three fifty five years old just a few weeks after his goal turned seventeen yeah so she was a young talent and this this is written by john wally gold and her weiner staffers aaron schroeder music so there wasn't one of the buildings homes but it's an interesting story how it came to be lesley's big hit sitting of people and she had a bunch of four or five eventually phil spector said hey i'd like to record this with one of my groups they said that's great quincy jones had already had lesley gore record this and said quincy jones yeah he was he was doing it when he was running if phil gets his out i this'll never fly so we just got grabs him copies sin amount to radio stations around the country they started playing it and within a few weeks it was a number one song what i remember about her was the big deal was she went to sarah lawrence you know and she was you know.

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"john wally" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Unbound dot org coming up tonight at eight o'clock the first woman i'm john wally funk was one of thirteen female pilot selected for astronaut training in the early 1960s and who's program was cancelled before she could travel to space while now almost fifty years later walling meets with astronaut samantha christopher ratty who may become the first woman to walk on the moon you can hear more about this as you tune into this special tonight from 8 till 9 o'clock here on kqed and then later some call pick sars latest eta made it feature koko a love letter to mexico it was up to me to reachable meiring grabbing guy making come through coco is a hit commercially and culturally we review this story about mexico's day of the dead and consider what it could do for disney in the next meeting of our movie club next time on one eight the one a program begins at eleven o'clock tonight here on kqed partly cloudy with patchy fog this morning it will become sunny later with daytime highs in the '60s were expecting westerly winds from 10 to 20 miles per hour and the looks like we've got a beach hazard statement in effect until about that 9 o'clock tonight this is the california report good morning i'm john sepulvado we begin in sacramento were yesterday a hearing on sexual harassment in the california assembly raised many question but had few clear answers here's kqeds katie war the hearing comes as the capital is dealing with the fallout from multiple sexual.

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"john wally" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"He has pm radio sports separate unsee run uxy of his crime worth reported friday the tyree early wanted to be more of a teams focal point has requested to be traded from the cavaliers irving according to sources no longer wants to play with ron james and as interest in plain for the spurs heating nix four minnesota timberwolves david jakobi of jalen a jacoby friday on sports nation the ones that lock and with the self wave and he runs the allegations the data the family and there's a part of the list of this to his though my dad out the coaching by the way the ron also runs the hope like there's a part of eight where we all read the stories revolving around the game long enough to know that lebron james for the is the alpha dog in that locker room hey perhaps kyrenia's tired of the sort of not being second fiddle on the courts the second fiddles the lock ruled sources at told espn z begley that the knicks would have interest in making a deal for urban but they would not include kristaps porzingis in any trade next would consider however including carmelo anthony in a deal for urban along with future firstround pick john wally fouryear contract extension worth one hundred seventy million dollars with the washington wizards walls extension we'll start paid 2019 wizards one forty nine games his path season lost to the celtics and the eastern conference semifinals face fall from friday night yankees in seattle beat the mariners five one aaron judge homered and knocked in four judge a threerun home run in the fifth inning his majorleague leading thirty first on the air brace for the second straight night beating the dodgers in la friday timing garcia hit a grand slam graves once well free acquisition of jose kintana the cubs looked like a strong second half push toward october they'll battled division rival the st louis cardinals at wrigley.

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"john wally" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"At the eastern conference right now jeff we get to cairo ring and we look at at bron james at the very top with the cavaliers if you consider is there thomas a star that he's in that in that conversation we could look at lowrey and rosen what toronto but you go to wall and beal john wall right now is one of the top five faces of the eastern conference now to paul george will be traded in going someplace else maybe in the west the i'm looking at john wall's were a top five player in the east as everyone tries to get to the get get to the west i now jarwal sees himself as a top player so he's gonna be put gained pay top money for sure for being one of the top faces in the league i i don't know john wall will ever lead washington to the promised land i not that's ever going to happen but if you're washington you you can't let him go oh twenty six years old and he's entering the prime of his career's he's been he if he it seems like he's older because he entered the league twenty so he's played quite a few seasons but there's a lot left for john wally averaged a careerhigh 23 points this past year so if i'm washing and i'm like i hope you consider my fouryear one hundred sixty eight million our contract extension but we'll see what happens yet they're trying to larkham in now because he's a ufa an unrestricted free agent in nineteen twenty odd bradley beal as a ufa and twenty one twenty two so you wanna be able to give wall is as much when he was possible because at eight twenty six if if you don't believe he's the man that at least he's a strong piece that you could build around and there's nothing wrong with that i'm a i'm a john wall fan i i would agree with you that i don't know if washington is going to be a um an nba champion or win the east because you need a lot more than just wall and beal lynn mahim ian gortari to get that done washington needs to be a player here we get.

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"john wally" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"I'm taking that out the night off to be their look forward to seeing you there so cosby is rape trial defense quits after six minutes that's the headline a sixminute now before you and i think this is all it by the way his attorneys said listen to this ready in a sixminute defense now a couple things he's attorney said i pray to god you do your job better than i did mine vat i pray to god you do your job better than i did mind that sir brian mcmonagle he thundered to the panel of five seven men and five women if during the course this trial centred on anything that might have offended you hold it against me not him me not him i wear my emotions on my sleeves and that's not good for a lawyer i guess they put in a drama a kenyan their right to steal the air make it all about him that you take note punish me not hannity that's putting so he also uh that he promised of the the defense promised a bombshell last week and they never had a bombshell daily called one witness to the stand before resting its case the prosecution had what a full week of testimony they have to go through the three witnesses one who was the rape victim the alleged rape victim and then uh the mother of the alleged rape victim police officers and another another alleged victim so i mean that's that's a pretty good lineup right that's not bad to different victims supposedly in the the mother and police officers that's good cosby had one guest one one one witness one witness and it lasted six minutes one witness six minutes and then closing the story a closing arguments by saying i pray to guide you do better job than i did mind so what do you think i it it sounds horrible doesn't it sounds like he's throwing it but i don't think that's it at all i think if it did john wally price got off and joao while i price member they said that was like what the heck you only had what what like how many witnesses the jiddo bp have like two or three in if that at an and he did not speak he was nona.

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"john wally" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

KALW 91.7 FM

02:44 min | 4 years ago

"john wally" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

"China's nine o'clock on kale w san francisco james marched i'm christina i'm gary delahunt arizona's i remember i made me pizzas brian bedford visas la theater worse i'm susan loan the end of all comedy is to take a look at how people are the senses that comedy is meant to instruct the comedies job is to either gently or more roughly kid society out of its foibles that's catherine she of the yell school of drama talking about the relationship between comedy and social behavior laughter is one of the greatest tonics we have for talking honestly about how we live our story this week is one of the funniest and most enduring social comedies in the actual history she stooped to conquer by oliver goldsmith james marsters stars as a hapless souder let us stray by his fiancee's mischievous brother in this classic eighteenth century comedy and now la feeder worse presents she stooped to conquer by oliver goldsmith starring james marsters john wally in all booby and roslyn dares excuse me one on all i pray i speak i'm crying now have been all week just alone this morning suit good mazdas i bet within for which the rondo positives perry would you know the reason why he's crying the kobe news long sick is now a dying and if she goes is tears will never stop years for as a player icon squeeze out one brought i am on gone that's all she will lose my bread i'd rather but that's nothing lose my head when comedy is laid upon the beer mazdas and i shall be chief mourners here to gama day a tedious tie of tragic breed which deals in melodrama will succeed we comic players are dead to all intents we can assume speak greek and make no sense all nervous greatly to keep our spirits up we know and then take down a hearty up what should we do we've comedy forsake still turns out to no one else will tigers one hope remains hearing the mayor of comedy was ill of dr ali it comes this not to show his skill to change her heart and do your chuckle muscles motion he into draft prepared presents at kind of magic charm but be assured if you will swallow it then comedy is good but desperate the doctor and the cases if you reject it does and make.

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