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Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:01 min | 7 hrs ago

Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust

"Day. Trevor, Noah gets the dummy today. Now I've long said, you take Bill Mars earpiece off. You take Trevor Noah's earpiece off. John Stuart any of them. Gobert, you put them in a room with a smart man or woman who's well read, and you'll let him talk for two hours. There will be nothing left but ribbons of them. There will be cut to pieces. By anyone who knows their way around a set of facts and how to argue. They're not that bad. They're not smart. They're funny, and they have good timing, they're good comics. But Trevor Noah is a moron. Cut number 21. And while most of the world is willing to wait and see, at least one person feels comfortable about making predictions, the Moderna CEO told the Financial Times he expects the existing vaccines to be less effective against the new variant of COVID. I think it's going to be a material drop. This was on vaccine efficacy. I just don't know how much because we still need to wait for the data, but all the scientists I've spoken to are saying this is not going to be good. So on the one hand, almost all the only cron cases have been mild so far. But on the other hand, the guy who stands to gain millions of dollars from new vaccines says we need new vaccines. Huh. If we don't make a new vaccine, this disease could be with us Ferrari. I mean forever. Sorry, I was thinking of something else. Now, look, I'm not saying that the CEO of Moderna is lying. I'm not saying that at all. I'm just saying, I don't think he's the most objective source on this topic, you know? I'll wait to hear what neutral experts say about a new vaccine. People like public health officials or the CEO of Johnson & Johnson. I mean, he's got nothing a game 'cause nobody's gonna buy his vaccines either way, so I trust him. And also, if we do need a new vaccine for this new variant, it's not a big deal. All right, people. I see people online being like, we're going to get a new shot every year. There's no way. Yeah, yeah, you know what? Maybe to not die, you might need to take 15 minutes out of your year.

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Fresh update on "johnson" discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

00:32 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "johnson" discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

"And only loses three more games for the rest of the season, then it's gonna have a case to be a number one suit. That might well happen. But right now, the teams with one loss in the ACC are duke. NC state, not projected to be an installed by tournament team doesn't have its best player for the entire season Manny Bates. Georgia Tech right now is 68 at Ken palm, wake forest, which is playing well, shots to see Forbes that was a nice win a close win. Really, as good of a game as we had on Tuesday night against northwestern there, those are your one lost teens, but the likes of Virginia tech Florida state two losses. Notre-Dame's three and three little concern already for a team that I thought might be a good enough to make the tournament their Syracuse got a win it needed to have. Virginia, 5 and three at this point, you know, I'm just not sure. And then you've got teams at the bottom, which won't be able to compete for much. Pittsburgh at two and 5, man. I mean, Minnesota ended a losing skid on the road that was 646 days old and Ben Johnson has one player on the roster this season. I have something on this in the court report. How about this? Minnesota loses a home is two and 5. And I understand if you're a pit fan and you're dialed into a podcast on December 1st shots to you, we love you because this has got to be super frustrating. Ben Johnson, new Minnesota coach. First year, right? The only player he has on his roster this season who earned minutes previously at Minnesota's Eric curry, who was a grad assistant, had left basketball and then had to convince the coaching staff that he wanted to play one more season had to prove it to them. He's actually earning some minutes here. You know him well because he's actually from Memphis. He's a wonderful story, but that Minnesota team, which has plenty of seniors, but a lot of transfers goes into pit and wins a one point game at the end. I know Pitts not that good, but to me, I looked at that game that result, and I thought, man, this really is a reflection on just like ACC top to bottom. Rough night for them on Tuesday, rough night for them on Monday. It's not going to get much better. And I don't see how the ACC is going to have to have a situation here where you have the likes of duke FSU. We'll see what Louisville can do, and I'll give you the times and tips on his games for Wednesday just a second. But duke, FSU, maybe Louisville, Virginia tech, maybe throw in one more team, Virginia, North Carolina. It's gonna need separation. You're gonna have to have tears, a top tier, top four or 5 teams that pull away to give the ACC its best chance at getting really good seeds. Right now, we sit here on December 1. You can document this and then go remind me when I've long forgotten about it when we get to march here. The ACC right now is looking like a four bit league. I will go on the record and say the league gets 5, but I think asking for more than 5 is borderline impossible at this point when you look at what the teams haven't done in non conference play. You could salvage that to a minor degree by really pulling off some upsets in the ACC Big Ten challenge on Wednesday. I've got my doubts about that. But yeah, this is certainly surprising for a league Parrish that has not been elite as of late. Last season was the 5th best league in America right now. It raises the 5th best league in America. And in 2020, it was the fourth best league in America. The ACC. In fact, it's not rated again, per Ken palm, as the number one conference in the country since 2006, 2007, ironically, that was the year duke was down. It got beat by VCU in the first round of the N sub a tournament, but it's been a while since this was an elite conference. And it's time, it's time we started talking about that a little bit more. The ACC only has one team in the top 25 at Kim pump right now. It's duke. For some context, the SEC has 7 in the top 25. The Big Ten S 6, the big 12 S four, the PAC 12 has three. The WCC has.

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Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 17 hrs ago

Nets edge Knicks 112-110 on James Johnson's free throws

"The the Brooklyn Brooklyn nets nets one one intense intense interest interest city city rivalry rivalry game game from from the the New New York York Knicks Knicks one one twelve twelve one one ten ten at at the the Barclay Barclay center center James James Johnson Johnson two two free free throws throws with with two two point point two two seconds seconds remaining remaining stop stop the the one one ten ten one one ten ten tie tie to to repel repel the the nets nets to to their their thirteenth thirteenth win win in in their their last last sixteen sixteen games games James James harden harden scored scored thirty thirty four four points points twenty twenty eight eight in in the the first first half half to to lead lead Brooklyn Brooklyn Kevin Kevin Durant Durant picked picked up up for for hard hard in in the the second second half half scoring scoring twenty twenty one one of of his his twenty twenty seven seven points points including including eleven eleven in in the the final final six six minutes minutes of of play play that that included included a a free free throw throw in in a a controversial controversial technical technical foul foul on on the the next next joyous joyous rental rental in in the the final final two two minutes minutes Tom Tom Marion Marion New New York York

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Fresh update on "johnson" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "johnson" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Report warns that global tourism will see only modest revenue gains in 2021 after last year's historic losses due to the pandemic Tourism revenues in 2020 fell by more than half from the previous year Resulting in a significant blow to the global economy that report says tourism was the sector most affected by the pandemic America loves football on Thanksgiving The NFL says its Thanksgiving games had the most viewers since 1998 highlighted by the Dallas Cowboys playing the Las Vegas Raiders CBS aired the late afternoon game that featured the cowboys falling to the Raiders and overtime 36 33 the NFL says the contest averaged more than 38 million viewers across TV and streaming Overall the NFL's three Thanksgiving Day games averaged nearly 30 million viewers on CBS Fox and NBCUniversal Still to come here on W TOP will have more on the Supreme Court hearing arguments beginning today over Mississippi's law that bans most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy It's 7 56 I don't yell but I think you might want to go with the cowboys this week This is Dave Johnson I'm talking about what's going on on FanDuel sports park for the cowboy saints came on Thursday night You see fandel is giving new customers 30 to one odds and either team to win That means you get $150 and only a $5 bet Yeah look for the saints collapse that continue and the cowboys to witness one Now listen.

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UK plans new measures to combat omicron coronavirus variant

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

UK plans new measures to combat omicron coronavirus variant

"The U. K. has tightened up credit restrictions off to finding two cases of the new Omicron variants of the virus British prime minister Boris Johnson explained the fears of top scientists and the government is does appear on the chrome spreads very rapidly and can be spread between people who a double vaccinated as a result Johnson's government has imposed new measures to slow down the spread of the new variants will require anyone who enters the U. K. to take a PCR test by the end of the second day after that arrival and to self isolate until they have a negative result in addition mosque wearing the shops and on public transport will once again become mandatory Johnson also promised top scientists to exonerate the vaccine program both of the U. K. cases were in England other links they also both involve travel from southern Africa Karen Thomas London

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Britain tightens COVID rules as world on alert over omicron

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 4 d ago

Britain tightens COVID rules as world on alert over omicron

"Covert nineteen cases from the new variant are emerging outside of southern Africa where it was first identified this very it is spreading around the world with two cases so far identified here in the U. K. British prime minister Boris Johnson announced new measures aimed at containing the spread of the Omicron variant many countries are imposing new restrictions on travel from southern Africa including the U. S. we were so slow to act on delta and the whole world it's such a high price for it Danny Altman is a professor of immunology at imperial college London let's try and be forewarned can do it properly this time so I think I could probably is warranted the good thing is that we have monitoring systems around the world to detect these variants very quickly the world health organization's Maria banker cove already scientists are sharing research with us information with us so that we can take action open questions include the effectiveness of current vaccines against Omicron and whether it causes more severe disease there's been no indication of that so far I'm Ben Thomas

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James Golden on Rush Limbaugh's Legendary Work Ethic

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | Last week

James Golden on Rush Limbaugh's Legendary Work Ethic

"And rush would he had a famous kind of Christmas series he would do and a famous Thanksgiving series he would do. Talk to us more about the man of that rush was just his optimism doing three hours of radio a day. I could say from personal experience, two hours is a lot. He would do three hours almost no gas collars on only one day open line Friday. Just talk to us about the man. How much prep did he put in? How much study did he do? Tell us from your inside perspective. I'd be so fascinated by that. Rush never stopped working. And this was his work ethic was was astounding. Russia would get to the studio at 8 o'clock in the morning or 8 30 ish. And prep right up until the time of the show. So three hours. Wow. Okay. But, but it didn't end there. After he left the studio, sometimes we'd be around the three of us that were there in there with him during the chinsky. Austin Agra Russia stenographer and Brian Johnson, his engineer in Florida. We have another engineer in New York, Mike ramone who's been with us for 30 years, over 30 years. And if we stayed around the studio, about 40 minutes after he left, Russia's printer would start firing off. What stories for the next day? And it could go on and on and on. He would take a break. I don't know saying he worked around the clock, but he really did work all the time. He said, he used to say show prep, life is show prep. Life is show prep. And he brought so many things of interest to the show, things that interested him. But more to the point to me was this was a man that studied this medium. He wanted to be a broadcaster at age 6. At age 6, he had a little toy that was put out. I think by remco or one of the toy companies where you can broadcast inside your house. So he had the microphone he had his toy set rigged up and would broadcast to his mother. He knew what he wanted to do from the time he was a

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Randy E. Barnett Explains the Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last week

Randy E. Barnett Explains the Original Meaning of the 14th Amendment

"The original meeting of the Fourteenth Amendment tell us a thumbnail sketch What's in the Fourteenth Amendment And what did the drafters intend Right Well after the Civil War the Republicans in Congress prohibited slavery in the Thirteenth Amendment and they had every reason to believe that once slavery was abolished then the freed men and the Republican allies in the south would be able to go about their business But that of course is not what happened What happened instead was the imposition on African Americans of the black codes which were discriminatory set of laws that basically reduced our freed men to something close to slavery as close to slavery as they could get And white Republicans in the south were also being put upon by militiamen and other armed terrorists and everybody there especially African Americans were the subject of massacres and other sorts of abuses And so in response to this white supremacy this movement is organized terrorism on behalf of white supremacy The Republicans and Congress did a lot to fight back They passed the Civil Rights Act of 1866 which protected fundamental rights but it was vetoed by president Johnson who said they didn't have the authority to pass it Most Republicans thought they did They overwhelmingly approved it over the retail But just to be sure and to make sure that the law wouldn't be repealed when the Democrats came back they enacted the Fourteenth Amendment So the Fourteenth Amendment goes beyond the Thirteenth Amendment to protect the fundamental rights of each and every one of us as citizens of the United States from being abused by our government So every time the members of your audience have heard about a First Amendment challenge to the states or a Second Amendment challenge to the states they are really actually hearing about a Fourteenth Amendment challenge as you know Mark Although they're doing the challenges are happening under the wrong

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NAACP President Derrick Johnson Spews Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse on 'Face the Nation'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last week

NAACP President Derrick Johnson Spews Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse on 'Face the Nation'

"Was I Derek Johnson NAACP president on defaced the nation Kenyan go It's hard for African Americans to reconcile what we witnessed in their trial Now this is what always amazes me So he speaks for all African Americans I could ask people to call this program We have millions listening at any given time all across the country and I found out all across the world I'll tell you about that in a moment And ask them a first do they know who Derek Johnson is many I'll say no And second I asked him does he represent you Many of them will say no but he claims to So let's start from the top Go ahead It's hard for African Americans to reconcile what we witnessed in their trial We have far too many individuals sitting in jail for crimes They how do you know that How do you know people are sitting in jail for crimes they didn't commit How do you know that I'm quite serious He has no idea Go ahead For crimes that were committed And here you have a 17 year old who illegally purchased and he never purchased a gun Oh for God's sakes I have to go through this He never purchased a gun they had to drop the charge that was brought wrongly About an illegally having a rifle because under Wisconsin law it was not illegal Unless the unless the barrel was shorter like assault off shotgun but that's not what they had They measured it and that had to be dropped and the judge dropped it Should never have been charged for that count So he never bought it And it's a 17 year old yes He was allowed to have that rifle Go ahead I'll stabilize He didn't travel across state lines When they made travel across state lines I mean travel across state lines to commit some kind of an

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US expands COVID boosters to all adults, final hurdle ahead

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

US expands COVID boosters to all adults, final hurdle ahead

"Federal regulators are expanding cold it nineteen booster shots to all adults the one hurdle remains Pfizer and the door to say the FDA has signed off on making boosters available to everyone eighteen and older simplifying what has been a confusing list of who's eligible but there's still one more step the CDC has to agree that even healthy young adults should get I the replies were made during a booster the agency's advisors will discuss later today if the CDC or proves as well tens of millions more Americans could have three doses before the new year as a rise in virus cases could get worse with the holidays anyone who received a single dose of Johnson and Johnson vaccine is already eligible for a booster Sager make ani Washington

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UN climate boss: 'Good compromise' beats no deal on warming

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

UN climate boss: 'Good compromise' beats no deal on warming

"Cop twenty six nations finally strike a U. N. climate agreement after compromising on a cold deal despite reaching a decision following the climate summit many member states are disappointed after a last minute change which waters down crucial language on coal power that being said many leaders such as British prime minister Boris Johnson are optimistic we haven't beaten climate change and it would be fatal to think that we have because there is so much more that still needs to be done but what we do have now is a viable roadmap the final package highlights the importance of financially supporting developing nations and paving the way for better carbon trading the agreement also says big carbon polluting nations must come back and submit stronger emission cutting pledges by the end of next year Naomi shot in London

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Paul Kengor Debunks the Myths Against COVID Natural Immunity

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Paul Kengor Debunks the Myths Against COVID Natural Immunity

"The medical and scientific establishment that's involved in this coronavirus issue has done a hell of a job covering up natural immunity I've been going to that website constantly There's no information on how many people in this country have natural immunity and now we know today they have not even kept that information Then they put out a report of course the mouthpieces in the American media regurgitated it being the experts that they are Saying that natural immunity is not nearly as useful or as strong as a vaccine despite what the Israelis came up with And my friend professor Ken gore of grove city Paul he looked at this and he is completely debunked in the current issue of the American spectator Professor go right ahead explain Yeah hey Mark it'd be with you Yes so the CDC puts out the study It was about it was like three Fridays ago And it claimed that not only is artificial immunity superior to natural immunity And by the way this goes against I mean I've got at least three dozen studies Let's say the exact opposite right That all say the natural immunity is superior So it says not only is artificial immunity superior but it's 5 times superior which is a stunning stunning number I mean you might expect them to try to say maybe 1.2 times or something like but 5 times right 5 times And you know on its face how unbelievable this is when you consider the fact that as a current study from a research team in Oakland California shows among many others All three of the current major vaccines that are out there Pfizer Moderna and Johnson & Johnson all now are below 50% efficacy after 6 6 months after the

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 Johnson & Johnson to split into 2 companies

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Johnson & Johnson to split into 2 companies

"Johnson and Johnson the world's biggest maker of health care products is splitting into two companies first know the companies will not be called Johnson and Johnson the Johnson and Johnson name will remain with Jane J's medical device and prescription drug business the division that sells bandaids Listerine and over the counter medicines like Tylenol will become a new consumer health company name not yet disclosed CEO Alex Gorsky says the two areas have evolved as fundamentally different businesses you know it's the consumer health business has more than twenty brands that each have over one hundred and fifty million dollars in annual sales the split is intended to make each company more nimble and adapting to their respective markets and allow for more precise allocation of capital I'm

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Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Red Notice: Netflix Has Made Another Chore of a Blockbuster

"There. Sunny bunch welcome, all thanks Sonny available at sunny bunch on Twitter. He also is the host of across the movie aisle, great podcast on movies. The bulwark goes to the movies and many other fine things. So sunny, you are not sending us to a band at palooza. I hope tomorrow. I hope you have something for us to see in the theaters. Well, we could talk about drumline. I feel like that is a band the band of palooza sort of movie, right? Well, South American park. Of drumming groups. So what's coming out? All right, so we are in that weird stretch where we have a marvel movie out that weekend before, which means that nobody wants to release a movie this weekend. Because nobody wants to compete in either of the first two weekends with the marvel movie. So in theaters, your options are a little bit light right now. But Netflix has not scared of marvel. Netflix is not scared of marvel. They are releasing one of their big blockbuster movies of the year this weekend. It's called red notice. They probably noticed any ads for it because they don't show ab but it is a big $200 million heist by way of Indiana Jones style movie. Starring Dwayne, The Rock Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot as a trio of well, technically, Dwayne Johnson is like an FBI agent who's trying to clear his name. Ryan Reynolds is an art thief and Gal Gadot is another art thief she competing our thief. They are trying to steal or recover three eggs, the eggs of Cleopatra, which are these ancient artifacts, not real, not a real artifact that ancient artifacts from Egypt that were given to Cleopatra on her wedding day and their price list are very they're very valuable and they are trying to they're trying to recover these. Dwayne Johnson, so we can clear his name to our thieves right rental, so they can sell them to a Egyptian businessman who wants to give them to his own daughter as a wedding

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Oklahoma court overturns $465M opioid ruling against J&J

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 weeks ago

Oklahoma court overturns $465M opioid ruling against J&J

"The four hundred and sixty five million dollar opioid ruling against J. and J. has been overturned the Oklahoma Supreme Court has overturned a four hundred and sixty five million dollar opioid ruling against drug maker Johnson and Johnson finding that a lower court wrongly interpreted the state's public nuisance law the court ruled in a five one decision that the District Court in twenty nineteen was wrong to find that the New Jersey based J. and J. and its Belgium based subsidiary violated the state's public nuisance statute the High Court said the question is whether the company's marketing and sale of opioids created a public nuisance but that it was not minimizing the suffering of thousands of Oklahomans because of opioids I usually after

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Taylor, ground game help Colts find easy path past Jets

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Taylor, ground game help Colts find easy path past Jets

"In a game that produce more than one thousand yards of total offense the colts prevailed beating the jets forty five to thirty Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor rushed for one hundred seventy two yards quarterback Carson Wentz pass for two hundred seventy two obviously we and all three phases love to finish better but to get up early and kind of you know those first I think for Dr thank you scored offensively that was definitely encouraging and someone used third string New York quarterback Josh Johnson came into the game in the second quarter when Mike white left with an arm injury Johnson passed for three hundred seventeen yards and three touchdowns as the jets fall to two in six at the colts improved to foreign five Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Russia, China Leaders Glaringly Absent From COP26 Climate Summit

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | Last month

Russia, China Leaders Glaringly Absent From COP26 Climate Summit

"And do you realize that this stupid climate summit show that they got going on in where are they Scotland or wherever the hell, Biden is pardon my language? Falling asleep? Oh yeah. Now there's a video that's going viral of Biden sitting there with his arms folded, nodding off at the climate change summit. I mean, we've got historic failures going on in America and Biden wants to showboat at a climate change climate change summit in Scotland. But you know who didn't go to the big climate change? Change summit? China. You know who didn't go to the climate change? Summit? Russia? You know who didn't go to the big climate change summit? Saudi Arabia, and as Terry Bruce pointed out over the weekend on Fox News, that's because these countries don't respect the United States of America under the leadership of Joe Biden. At this incredibly important Glasgow scenario where everyone's going to save the planet, Saudi Arabia, China and Russia don't show up. They just didn't show up. That is how little that the bad guys and some of the marginal bad guys in the world think of the world now and what they must do because you're right. There is no American presidency. Nothing they decide. Boris Johnson said, well, what's happened here? It's like a drop in the ocean. Well, it's because no one takes Joe Biden seriously. There was no reason to show up. There will be no price to pay. There is no leadership in the United States. They're all doing their own

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Guterres tells COP26: We are digging our own graves

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Guterres tells COP26: We are digging our own graves

"U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres whose war will lead is at the cop twenty six climate conference the failure to tackle climate change is tantamount to a death sentence we are still having four climate disaster young people know it every country sees its small island developing states and other vulnerable ones Levi's and for them failure is not an option failure is a vast sentence until you could judge says recent announcements by governments they could turn the tide on climate change will an illusion not least because there's serious questions regarding many countries pledges British prime minister Boris Johnson opened the global climate summit saying the world is strapped to a doomsday device with the threat runaway climate change I'm Charles the last month

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Heating up: World leaders take center stage at climate talks

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Heating up: World leaders take center stage at climate talks

"It's time for more than one hundred fifty de does to feel the heat they will trips to the podium that's crucial international climate talks in Scotland and talk about what their country is going to do about the threat of global warming from president Joe Biden to Seychelles president waldholtz Jonah Charles from Cullen Phil say how the nation will do its utmost challenge colleagues to do more and generally turn up the rhetoric British prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to say during the opening session humanity has long since run down the clock on climate change it's one minute to midnight and we need to act now and then the leaders will leave the idea is that they will do the big political give and take something out of the broad outlines of agreement and then have all the government officials how much out the nagging but crucial details I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Big Ben, Steelers survive Halloween scare, beat Browns 15-10

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Big Ben, Steelers survive Halloween scare, beat Browns 15-10

"The Steelers pulled out a fifteen ten win at Cleveland despite playing the entire second half without kicker Chris Boswell because of a concussion suffered on a fake field goal Pat fryer move made a nifty catch in the corner of the end zone to put the Steelers ahead fifteen ten with eleven oh four left Ben Roethlisberger had one hundred ninety three of his two hundred sixty six passing yards in the second half and improved to twenty for three in one and start to get survival Browns don't ever ever take a win against these guys in the city stadium for granted ever because it's just it's always hard for some specialty Ernest Johnson scored on a ten yard run in the third quarter the only TD allowed by the five and three Steelers Baker Mayfield was twenty of thirty one for two hundred twenty five yards and no interceptions for the foreign for Browns I'm Dave Ferrie

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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"First of all because thereby tbe academics. I am not an academic. These are the opposite of academic classes unless of their taught by g g or my wife. Angela is a professor. Yeah so i had to adapt really quickly right. You know covert hits and then it's like all my revenue from public speaking and some coaching consulting slowdown for second. Because people need to catch their breath and figure out what happens next ritual speaking starting comeback. But in the meantime i couldn't wait. I started creating online classes and memberships so one class that have right now is called creative. Trespassing the map. And it's all about transforming limiting beliefs and mindsets into on limited creative authorities and solutions so that you create your own map towards your own version of success and the videos downloadable worksheets for people to do it at their own pace. I have to say we went through the first cycle of it. And what i learned was people needed this right now because the big the big question i ask everyone the first video in creative trespassing the map. I turn to the camera and i quote from mary. Oliver's paulhamus ever stay. What is it that you want to do with your one wild and precious life because this is the moment that we ask that all of us who are listening. Who are doers thinkers dreamers. We're like i want to write my book. I wanna watch podcast. I wanna watch visit. But i'm waiting. What are you waiting for. A pandemic yrant is so you know. That's what i learned is a lot of people had been waiting for something and so providing them with this online course. Diy and the videos are really fun because they were fun to make a special guests in the videos in the worksheets are really playful. loving it and they love to things in particular one is the idea behind it which is do one thing instead of things or nothing Because a lot of high achievers are taking the course and giving me feedback. I'm a high achiever as well and it's like we have a tendency to to have all these lofty ideas like. I'm gonna write a book going to do this. And then we get overwhelmed and do nothing so the principal foundations to just do one a day. And that accumulates those small articulated.

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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"But it's that led to cross media lab which was all about malaysians. Getting malaysian content on screens with are not it. Was there a big silver screen or their mobile phone screen but but having a self reflected back at you and i still think that's really important and it still police. What lights my When i get up in lincoln nebraska to run the center for emerging meteorologists. So let's finish talking about x. media labs so you were connecting disparate people in talent. What was that adventure like while it was. It's actually really extraordinary. And i sometimes wonder how brendan and i did it. How we had the the she resilience and guts to do it because we weren't backed by anyone We did it as two people and we we went to singapore. We set up. I am in a single room and we. We built this business that we took to foreign countries in twenty two cities around the world. Let we kind of got in a plane and went to beijing in started knocking on doors Specifically the beijing film academy To talk about how we were helping people to create their own. I pay and to bring economic development at that point in time. China wasn't so interested in that are interested in becoming bitter at work for hire but then then within the euro to our really interested in that. So i actually started the china animation marketing jaw which is a city. Just outside of shanghai back then. It was a half drive now. It's twenty minutes on the fast train and we kept doing that. And i think what was so unique about us. Was that for us for example on stage at the sydney opera house or Or or in switzerland for us. It was just situation normal to have a chinese person next indian posted next year swiss person next to somebody from hollywood somebody from the uk speaking as equals and introducing introducing the west to the east many times. And i can remember way back when you know when also proud to have nacchio sponsor and we had the chief game designer.

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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Welcome to creative. Innovators g she johnson. I was so pleased to have megan elliott on the show. She is out in lincoln nebraska. But she's working with people globally to help build next-generation pirates magicians and wizards in the johnny carson center for emerging media. She's built a program from scratch but with the support of many organizations companies and folks at university of nebraska lincoln but. She has an amazing history in australia. Working with indigenous culture in contemporary art traveling throughout asia and europe putting together ex media lab. She has an amazing. I guess that word used to be called rolodex list of fabulous people in collaborators. But she's taken that magic and built a whole new program that she'll enjoy And.

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Well can be creative. Innovators g johnson. Today we're gonna be talking with the dub lab team we're gonna be talking with alejandra cohen notice who's its current director and mark mcneill known as frosty its founder. Bill share with us the journey. It took to get this company into i. Four profit than a nonprofit business and its trials and travails now as it's trying to continue to serve the various communities locally and globally during the pandemic and we'll start with mark sharing with how this all got started. What what got you into music can radio and when did you start becoming music fan creator. What's your journey. I'm say it was slow. A slow start but it was important. Start to think that you know. I didn't have wide access on a hatton. Mom had a small but thoughtful record collection. You know she was a music. Have devote t guess like you know. I am now. But she had folk music in a broad range of of sound so that that always interested me to kind of dive into her record collection but then radio. I was more of like an am gold. Kid i was born in nineteen seventy six of the aero where you could hear still lot of few entrusting of am radio and for me. I liked the fuzzy static and fluctuation between channels on on that format really light scanning the dial But i was just into mark credited grow up in a military family. So i moved all over move nine times before i was eighteen and moved all over the country all over the us and also in germany. But coming up by i was i would consider minnesota passive music listener. I would appreciate the sounds. That came my way. But i didn't seek out sounds but i started to get into this idea of of broadcasting came from a theater background in i started to think about broadcasting as a way to kind of project ideas and messages to people and to be able to play with kind of mystery of the magic of of the voice and sound as a way to reach people and so when i went to the university of southern california for my undergraduate studies. Nine i immediately is about check. Wonderful right my gosh. Twenty all again. It's all part of the continuum. You know that i am moving so you went to. Usc brown to usc. And i started in just communications. The most general thing that i switched to theater then i switched to music industry near the end up getting feeder music industry..

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Welcome to creative innovators with Jean Johnson. Hi. I'm so glad to bring Arabian Prince to the conversation. Some of you may know him from his time with NWA others may know him from his really amazing DJ work or some of the great songs that have Beats from him under the hood latch, but you may not know how he got into all this trouble how he became such a multidisciplinary Creator and what he's doing now to help other people be able to create in this coven Tech world. My.

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"I got a job right out of high school. My dad worked at a company called TRW which is a space and electronics firm not the credit bureau and we made marketing videos about space and space and defense which was fascinating and that went right along with my film school. I would go down and do my film projects in the edit Bay at two o w, but it was after college and we had a director named Justin Lyn in my film class who did things properly and you know got an internship and went on to direct many great features. I stayed at my job doing commercial marketing videos and I developed this love of space. It was really awful really fantastic. I was able to be promoted and worked my way up. I started directing Live Events, you know, so I got this great great experience there and i r e e Feel like I was born too late because I you know, I wish I'd been around during like the Apollo missions. It's almost time again, right as we have new missions coming from new companies. And for those of you who are listening to the podcast you'll hear some resonating elements, right? So we've had stories of people who started out with music in commercial trade videos and getting started that way part of college is story and Sasha's story actually is coming from the different direction and ending up in space and working on vrna are for space and Mars. So we've got some interesting thought I was coming back again. Then you were at TRW and a lot of people a lot of people from my film school class ended up doing a trade videos commercial videos as a big chunk of their young lives and we tend to forget that's part of the journey at times. It absolutely is. Yeah and you learn a lot know you get a lot of volume of work under your belt. Well, it was so amazing because you you get I mean who who really gets a job and it's high paying I ended up, you know, once I graduated from UCLA home..

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Yes, but when I went down there when I went there, it was actually by USC and so my mom drove me we lived in several Lake and my mom drove up and down Hoover, which is a pretty one on the street in LA and she hates it so much. She said that if she dies and Goes to Hell she's going to be driving up and down Hoover for her. Stay there long. Now, where are your parents musicians? Why did they suddenly think our son is going to be a fabulous pianist at age five. My parents are not musicians. I I think it's just a thing to do to put your kid in music. They were very supportive of a wage if of a strict classical piano career and I mean, they put me through everything at Colburn which is an amazing, you know music theory ensembles. I was into a dork extras on Saturdays. And of course my mom drove me everywhere and was very I'm very grateful now as an adult that she did that is your mom still around home. My mom is still around she is lovely a little bit of a tiger mom back as a as a kid. So I mom and but I think that was found in this weird way. I think that was important since you how I became just you know, the work ethic kind of came from my mom. The one thing that I think happens. I said there was no creativity or composition in that point. I mean, I wrote songs. I actually was the winner of the first annual Herbert zipper award and composition but there was there was really no need creativity at that point. And I think that's how I latched onto this going forward. So you were a youth in a youth program doing music in out sideways Through Blood through your bones and you then became a Pianist Yeah, so I was a really successful classical pianist. I got into UCLA on a full-ride piano performance scholarship and I did leave the major after six weeks. But it leaving I won the piano concerto competition there and in the price was to play with the orchestra in June. And so of course by the time I went back there for rehearsals, nobody knew who I was who is this kid here showing up to play what UCLA offered so my mom was very supportive my parents were supportive and they gave me through the UCLA extension while I was going to while I was chasing.

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Welcome to creative innovators with G Johnson. I'm excited today to share a kid in the condos interesting Journeys path with you said he has built from scratch the Los Angeles Inception Orchestra, which is not quite what it sounds like maybe it totally is he has a background in any thing from professional musicianship and longtime training to working for TRW and from a lot of this he brought together a unique new platform for young people to learn from professional composers how to become professional composers and the adds a little bit of tech magic in the top of it. So enjoy this conversation with a camera and he's going to be having some interesting events coming up or listening to this during twenty-twenty in the fall. So we'll have that in the show notes, but enjoy this conversation with Akira. Can.

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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"It's actually a joy and a challenge to work with the same partner for many years. Did you guys stay in alignment and did you guys have the similar decision process to get this started was or any part of that journey that was bumpier unusual Not, I mean, there's lots and lots and lots that has been on be. Not between us as partners only in business because business always has bumps, you have all kinds of ops and all kinds of downs you make interesting strategic bats, some of which out really well, some of which ended up being huge mistakes. Like any partnership, it worked together to kind of figure out how you best. Best worked together we've never made any decision though in isolation of one another, we can't we're fifty fifty partner. So for us, it's it's either we both agree or we don't do it. So No, we were in total alignment on these things. Building. Digital Music listening experiences are differentiated. That's what really drives us when we were at farm club reason that we moved to virgin was because we loved what you mean having was doing in the guy's obviously amazing incredible and working with a guy like that day in and day out is an incredible learning experience. But what we were doing wasn't nearly as exciting as the opportunity that we had at virgin to. To build these really amazing listening experience. When we left to build our own agency it was the stuff we did for CBS removed that was credible and really drove us right. Those were the projects that we put most passionate into. And it's not that we don't have a lot of interest in really cool things like next generation diabetes management platforms, the digital domain for companies like Johnson and Johnson but it's certainly not our most passionate projects right? It's functional project that is ultimately been extremely successful. It's number one diabetes platform in the world right now. But. It's certainly not the kind of thing that we would get up at five in the morning and text each other and idea that we had in the middle of the night. Digital Music listening experiences where so for us we had already tried something like what became super high five ten years ago. We felt that when we're building the CBS radio platform, we felt that these giant gaps between the songs were a wasted opportunity. We couldn't understand why we couldn't overlap the songs in the same way that radio deejays do it but do it with an algorithm. We couldn't understand why we couldn't put you know content and branding in between stitch in in a way that sounds really good. In. So we put a skunkworks team together and started to actually fund an algorithm could do that back then and it didn't work. It's like for every song that we had. That would sound good when it would transition, you'd have nine more that would sound terrible and if we'd fix some of the other ones we break the first one, it was like mall we realized that we didn't have the technology know-how yet to be able to build it. And the computing power that would have been required at the time just to analyze the content and make these decisions in real time would have cost US fortunes is he didn't really have cloud computing back then we would have had by hundreds of servers. And allocate a huge amount resource resources something that we weren't even sure anybody would want at the time..

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"But we saw the writing on the wall we really knew what was about to happen, and so we ended the keys back to Branson and we set up a digital agency to start doing for other companies what we have learned how to do for Virgin over that seven year period of time primarily focusing on music and So when we set up our own shop, we ended up building out all of the consumer platforms for CBS radio as an example, which I'm was the largest radio company in America, we build AOL radio and Yahoo launched cast. We were hired by cricket wireless, which was higher by at and T. we were hired by them to design, develop and operate something called move music, which was one of the first subscription music services. In the states we had about three and a half million hang subscribers on that platform, and so we were able. To very rapidly grow our agency to a pretty significant size just by focusing on digital music experiences move was incredibly cutting edge at the time Debbie Mobile First Platform for listening to music, and it was a very early business model. I'm music on mobile phones it was, and it was also strategically very smart for cricket because it wasn't about necessarily building the number of customers it was about improving their average revenue per customer and lowering the churn of their customers, which were all low income customers that were paying by the month basically in cash. And it was great for the customer and it was great for cricket. I think the total aggregate value of that was about three hundred and fifty million dollars a year to cricket if you look at Churn reduction and average revenue per user increases. So it was great and for us, it was great because we got to build this really innovative music service that consumers lives. So we got to do a lot of that and ultimately we were agency by expanding outside of digital music so. Music was the thing we're most passionate about, but we were pretty good at building digital transformation, and so we ended up building out all of national geographics, mobile APPS WE BUILT APPS for consumer financial platforms like experience and Citibank. We built something for ticketmaster all the sports, platforms, Madison, Square, Garden, and the Knicks, and the Rangers Johnson and Johnson's global diabetes, platform management APP, for consumers..

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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"What I've <Speech_Telephony_Male> learned I never knew <Speech_Telephony_Male> that and I learned that <Speech_Telephony_Male> over the past five months. <Speech_Male> So that's what that's <Silence> what I've <SpeakerChange> been working <Silence> on. <Speech_Female> We'll thank <Speech_Female> you guys for sharing <Speech_Female> so much with us during <Speech_Female> this conversation, <Speech_Female> if people would like <Speech_Female> to reach out to you, <Speech_Female> how <Speech_Female> would <Speech_Female> you like them to do <Speech_Female> and what type of people <Speech_Female> would you like to <Silence> invite to reach <SpeakerChange> out to <Silence> you? <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> will talk to anybody <Speech_Telephony_Male> about anything <Speech_Male> so you can reach <Speech_Male> out about <Speech_Male> music <Speech_Telephony_Male> about. <Speech_Male> Cool. Stuff <Speech_Male> where <Speech_Male> where should they reach <Speech_Telephony_Male> out reach out on <Speech_Telephony_Male> our instagram <SpeakerChange> right? Guys <Speech_Telephony_Male> that probably the best <Speech_Male> place the Lincoln <Speech_Male> is <SpeakerChange> good. I'm on <Silence> linked in a lot. <Speech_Male> Linked <Speech_Male> in. So <Speech_Male> should we have them reach out <Speech_Telephony_Male> to the to the company? <Speech_Telephony_Male> Lincoln Pager <Speech_Male> to US personally <Speech_Male> either either one <Silence> is fine <SpeakerChange> for <Speech_Female> me. <Speech_Female> We'll have it in this <Speech_Female> show notes. So we'll. <Speech_Female> We'll have that to <Speech_Female> show nuts it'll <Speech_Female> show APP. So instagram <Speech_Female> linked <Speech_Female> tin <SpeakerChange> and <Speech_Female> who would you like to <Silence> reach out? <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> People <Speech_Female> who are looking for <Speech_Female> for, but you're being curatorial <Speech_Female> but fabulous <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> new <Speech_Male> distribution <Speech_Male> or <Speech_Telephony_Male> I think people that <Speech_Telephony_Male> have phenomenal music <Speech_Telephony_Male> that want to deliver it to the <Speech_Male> world. Please <Speech_Male> reach out to us and <Speech_Male> we'll help you help <Silence> you deliver <SpeakerChange> that to the world. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> And <Speech_Female> with that net, <Speech_Female> thank you guys for very <Speech_Female> much driven a gun <Speech_Music_Female> this show. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> So <Speech_Music_Female> that's the episode. <Speech_Music_Female> Thanks <Speech_Music_Female> for joining us at creative <Speech_Music_Female> innovators <Speech_Music_Female> Chichi Johnson. <Speech_Music_Female> We <Speech_Female> welcome you to <Speech_Music_Female> subscribe on <Speech_Music_Female> all your favorite podcasting <Speech_Music_Female> services <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> and come <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> nominate. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> People <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> to be on the podcast <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> come to your favorite <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> social media where <Speech_Music_Female> you can find us <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> as well <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> or come find us at <Speech_Female> creative innovators <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> podcast <Speech_Music_Female> dot com, and <Speech_Female> nominate people <Speech_Female> that you may not <Speech_Female> even know that you'd <Speech_Female> like to see <Speech_Music_Female> on the show. <Speech_Music_Female> Thanks <Speech_Female> again, and <Speech_Female> we'll talk to you next time <Speech_Female> with creative innovators. was she she johnson.

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"And The letter meant nothing. Because I didn't have the authority. I. Wasn't a Business Guy I'm not an attorney I'm not I'm not an in-house, counsel. But it gave you cover. To go off and do what you did. If somebody happened to call up and say I see you're using our music who told you you could you could fax them at the time. Here's a letter from Ted that said I could do this. I would possibly get fired. In three or four years, I did that. I never got caught they never got caught and companies came back when they were funded because they were able to prove the model. And we were able to start an I'll give you one last example which I again I think I've used in your class. I got a call from Nokia they wanted one hundred thousand tracks. At a discount to give away with. Nokia music votes. And they said, we know you're wholesale seventy five cents we WANNA discount. So my running joke is that with my Oxford Cambridge, Warton training. I gave them twenty percent off instead of seventy five cents. It was sixty cents download. And I sold them the right to download one, hundred, thousand tracks. I then went to a guy named Shahar. I'm talking to tomorrow morning actually. And said, could you fulfil a premium model where scratched off a code on a plastic credit card size card insert in the phones? We're GONNA. Give away ten tracks with every fallen and they will go to a site and they'll redeem. He goes of course, I could build that. So he built it. But I knew that if I tried to run it. Through my digital business development food chain. They would say, how do you know this is GonNa work and you're discounting our music and and how does this brand protect our organization in every single scenario that's out there because that's business affairs is right I couldn't get through my department. So I went to a gun lycopene who runs special market city my he would do the pottery barn CDs and the by ten gallons of gas at Shell oil and get songs of the summer featuring the beach boys and Jen and dean premium items physical premiums though, and I said here take this deal..

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"That's come You know T to turn into a lot of opportunity for. Innovation so. Some interesting things have come out as a variety I mean as a as a as a result of that in one of them is the variety of ways in which to monetize that which we could get into one of them is. The reemergence of kind of a conversation that was existing in digital music five and ten years ago about ubiquity versus obscurity, and how you approach live streaming is results and that to me that conversation came up when win social media's I started getting big digital streaming services started getting back and we talked about that, and then the other thing is just habits. Will these habits stay I? Think there are new habits being formed right now I don't think once it's safe to go out I. Don't think concerts are over I don't think people are like Oh. Yeah. Live streaming is so much better than going to a festival or a bar or club or theatre but I do think people might say. Now. In the future well, I was going to go to this show, but it's really too far away. So I think a livestream or well there's no shows that I want to go to this weekend. But there is this cool thing happening on fortnight and I think I'll just dive into it that way now engage music that way too. So I think there are habits that are being formed right now that will change what happens. They won't be a hundred percent shift from real concerts to live streaming, but it will be a shift that stays with people pass this. Well, it also opens an opportunity for a different type of doing so that you know. It's almost like we assumed that we've got scarcity of a live concert and then we have a stream that of course, you can't really hold back and it's GonNa, be coming at you no matter what and if not, it'll be pirated, and now there's the opportunity to kind of provide other VIP delivery create artificial scarcity through livestream..

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"So you've had some that have been around for a while I think some of the story of this technology change is in terms of innovation music is some people were standing there with tools going, why does no one come and suddenly people are there after sitting around for so long? A but other folks it's like they had this in their back pocket it was working for their company. Now, the other people have that need in their scrambling to bring out or enhance new tools. So that's to me some of the story of all this, but I'm here to hear your story about all of this, you have been then able to be kind of Once, say Switzerland because that implies neutrality. You've been a a booster for folks were looking at enhancing, but they're doing with technology and this shift to work from home create from home. Kate from home yeah. One of the reasons we started music tectonics my my daily Gig is rock paper scissors says, you know a music tech PR firm we do. Publicity press relations for a lot of different music technology companies but we actually wanted to start music tectonics to give it a little bit of a Switzerland. Feel. Always, try to balance not just promoting the companies that we work with. But the entire kind of what we call the macrosystem of everybody that's in that space and one other piece of that as I mentioned before is both the startup innovator side and some of the companies that are already well established in really trying to build a bridge. So in that sense, do have to play kind of a neutral role. And you also had done that at Myself Westerwelle that you'd created meet ups there were letting people find each other and in many ways that's been a bit of. I shouldn't say a gap because you've had other regional approaches but you're trying to create kind of a broader space. Yeah. We definitely were aiming for something that was national that could be multi-city could be international as well and Really..

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Welcome to creative innovators with G Johnson Yep that's me and I am excited to bring to you great people from all over the world who are making changes, breaking things and remaking them around various creative industry. So bring us your great innovators and we'll bring them to you here in the creative innovators podcast. Dmitri said thought about creating a new music technology leadership conference last year and shares with us how a fire right next to it was going to have it made him rethink on a dime hard create a live conference. He has stepped up now with music tectonics and his other work to create entire virtual thought leadership areas remotely in our work from home environment. He works lots of great music technology companies in shares, how they are thinking about music live streaming, expanding new releases, and thinking about digital access. He shares other tidbits on companies that are doing intriguing things in our current listened from home era. Enjoyed this conversation with Dimitri. tectonics.

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Places for people to discuss what's happening in creative industries for innovators overall. But you can start out and find us at creative innovators podcast dot com from there over time, we're going to bring all sorts of opportunities to you as well as ask you who you would like to see on this podcast. What creative innovators would you like to hear their life journey stories and who do you already know that you're massively excited about? Think of this like a informal version of the MacArthur Genius Grant. You can help us find people which by the way, how that works that there's people that nominate people for those grants. You can nominate people to be on this podcast. So again, we hang out at creative innovators podcast dot com were also going to be hanging out in all the usual social media spaces. Plus having a space for people who'd like to be in the conversation to hang out outside of social media we're just getting started. So we're going to be sharing three final podcast of innovating music to be also our first three podcasts or I should say are second third and fourth podcast in we're going to be then expanding into all sorts of other dimensions and directions. Thanks again for listening to this pilot conversation and we'll be seeing you next on creative innovators. Thanks..