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Fresh "Johnson" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Johnson" from News, Traffic and Weather

"She was denied Carlene Johnson says the social security administration's notifying surviving partners of the potential benefit Como traffic from the dubin law group traffic center Still watching the crush in Federal Way on southbound 5 just before highway 18 over on the right shoulder causing just a bit of a slowdown that earlier medical emergency in Seattle and rainier avenue south at south genesee streets been cleared away but we have a new medical emergency on 12th avenue south at south Jackson street and it has a couple of emergency crews on the scene there partially blocking Our next combo traffic at 7 34 The como forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center Mostly cloudy tonight.

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UK to lift travel test requirements for the vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 12 hrs ago

UK to lift travel test requirements for the vaccinated

"British British British British prime prime prime prime minister minister minister minister Boris Boris Boris Boris Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson says says says says his his his his government government government government will will will will remove remove remove remove corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus testing testing testing testing requirements requirements requirements requirements the the the the vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated people people people people arriving arriving arriving arriving in in in in England England England England Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson says says says says troubles troubles troubles troubles will will will will no no no no longer longer longer longer have have have have to to to to take take take take tests tests tests tests if if if if they they they they have have have have been been been been double double double double vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated currently currently currently currently travelers travelers travelers travelers who who who who had had had had at at at at least least least least two two two two vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine doses doses doses doses must must must must take take take take a a a a rapid rapid rapid rapid corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus test test test test within within within within two two two two days days days days of of of of arriving arriving arriving arriving in in in in Britain Britain Britain Britain the the the the travel travel travel travel industry industry industry industry is is is is hating hating hating hating the the the the news news news news that's that's that's that's a a a a big big big big step step step step to to to to normality normality normality normality with with with with the the the the chief chief chief chief executive executive executive executive of of of of airlines airlines airlines airlines UK UK UK UK saying saying saying saying it's it's it's it's a a a a landmark landmark landmark landmark day day day day Johnson's Johnson's Johnson's Johnson's conservative conservative conservative conservative government government government government also also also also is is is is lifting lifting lifting lifting mosque mosque mosque mosque mandates mandates mandates mandates and and and and other other other other restrictions restrictions restrictions restrictions this this this this week week week week relying relying relying relying on on on on vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations vaccinations and and and and widespread widespread widespread widespread testing testing testing testing to to to to keep keep keep keep the the the the virus virus virus virus in in in in check check check check I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma

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Fresh update on "johnson" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

01:00 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "johnson" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"Hundred more military on high alert Biden meets with NATO leaders Boris Johnson says a Russian invasion of Ukraine could be another Chechnya and China eases testing threshold for Olympic athletes I'm at Baxter with global news His Manchester United looking to loan out two players before the end of the month I'm Dan or spin I'll have that's three more coming up in blueberry sports That's all straight ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Asia On Bloomberg 11 three O New York Bloomberg 99 one Washington D.C. Bloomberg one O 6 one Boston Bloomberg 9 60 San Francisco Syria's exam one 19 and around the world on Bloomberg radio dot com and via the Bloomberg business app Well it seems like markets are a little concerned about rising inflation It's 11 in the morning in Tokyo will be on the lunch break at the bottom of the hour Nikkei is down about 2% If you're joining from the region good morning I'm Doug Chris at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York And I'm Paul Allen in Sydney where it's one minute past one on Tuesday afternoon and yes we got a.

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Streaking No. 2 Auburn wins 80-71 over No. 12 Kentucky

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Streaking No. 2 Auburn wins 80-71 over No. 12 Kentucky

"Second second second second ranked ranked ranked ranked Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn picked picked picked picked up up up up its its its its fifteenth fifteenth fifteenth fifteenth straight straight straight straight win win win win by by by by rallying rallying rallying rallying from from from from a a a a ten ten ten ten point point point point first first first first half half half half deficit deficit deficit deficit in in in in an an an an eighty eighty eighty eighty seventy seventy seventy seventy one one one one decision decision decision decision over over over over number number number number twelve twelve twelve twelve Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers coach coach coach coach Bruce Bruce Bruce Bruce pearl pearl pearl pearl sometimes sometimes sometimes sometimes it's it's it's it's hard hard hard hard to to to to have have have have things things things things they they they they have have have have such such such such high high high high expectations expectations expectations expectations we we we we lived lived lived lived up up up up to to to to but but but but I I I I don't don't don't don't think think think think it's it's it's it's a a a a question question question question that that that that that that that that that that that that came came came came out out out out of of of of Armand Armand Armand Armand lived lived lived lived up up up up to to to to everybody's everybody's everybody's everybody's expectations expectations expectations expectations Walker Walker Walker Walker Kessler Kessler Kessler Kessler scored scored scored scored nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen points points points points to to to to Katie Katie Katie Katie Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson had had had had seventeen seventeen seventeen seventeen for for for for the the the the Tigers Tigers Tigers Tigers who who who who are are are are eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen and and and and one one one one overall overall overall overall and and and and seven seven seven seven are are are are now now now now in in in in the the the the SEC SEC SEC SEC Kessler Kessler Kessler Kessler shot shot shot shot eight eight eight eight for for for for ten ten ten ten and and and and had had had had seven seven seven seven rebounds rebounds rebounds rebounds the the the the Wildcats Wildcats Wildcats Wildcats scored scored scored scored thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen consecutive consecutive consecutive consecutive points points points points to to to to build build build build a a a a double double double double digit digit digit digit lead lead lead lead six six six six minutes minutes minutes minutes into into into into the the the the game game game game after after after after she she she she what what what what had had had had sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen points points points points fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen boards boards boards boards and and and and four four four four blocks blocks blocks blocks for for for for Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky I'm I'm I'm I'm Dave Dave Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie Ferrie

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Fresh "Johnson" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Johnson" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"How the world connects It's 6 48 Let's get back to Dave dill dine in the traffic center George Washington Parkway between the memorial bridge and three 95 X that's near the Lyndon Johnson memorial and Columbia island Marino Southbound traffic was stopped for a few minutes by fire rescue and police response Just a few seconds ago southbound drivers started getting by on the GW Parkway in one lane to the right Three 95 between the 14th street virgin Springfield all quiet 95 south still heavy beyond fairfax county Parkway across the aqua Kwan beyond one 23 the pace improves 66 between Arlington and centerville no delays No delays in the beltway in Virginia Montgomery county on the outer loop near river road new crash blocks the right side Traffic is fairly light right now so the slowdown is sudden It's not backing up traffic much yet on the outer loop be prepared as you're coming off the southbound two 70 spur If you're heading northbound from the spur on two 70 full speed ahead no hazards into Germantown toward Frederick 70 east bound after route 66 boonsboro The police action and the crash wrapping up anything that's left over should be on the right shoulder eastbound lanes should be open from here on out Dave Delhi WT traffic Again let's get back to Matt Ritter at storm team four Clouds are moving in They'll continue to increase this evening It'll be brisk and chilly with temperatures falling into the upper 30s We'll be cloudy overnight tonight.

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UK lawmaker says he'll go to police with 'blackmail' claims

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

UK lawmaker says he'll go to police with 'blackmail' claims

"A a a a British British British British politician politician politician politician has has has has accused accused accused accused the the the the government government government government of of of of blackmailing blackmailing blackmailing blackmailing opponents opponents opponents opponents of of of of prime prime prime prime minister minister minister minister Boris Boris Boris Boris Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson William William William William Wragg Wragg Wragg Wragg a a a a lawmaker lawmaker lawmaker lawmaker a a a a member member member member of of of of the the the the ruling ruling ruling ruling Conservative Conservative Conservative Conservative Party Party Party Party has has has has said said said said he he he he will will will will take take take take his his his his allegations allegations allegations allegations of of of of blackmail blackmail blackmail blackmail to to to to the the the the police police police police Reich Reich Reich Reich said said said said politicians politicians politicians politicians who who who who according according according according for for for for challenge challenge challenge challenge to to to to Johnson's Johnson's Johnson's Johnson's leadership leadership leadership leadership have have have have faced faced faced faced intimidation intimidation intimidation intimidation that that that that amounted amounted amounted amounted to to to to blackmail blackmail blackmail blackmail he he he he leads leads leads leads that that that that rebellious rebellious rebellious rebellious lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers were were were were threatened threatened threatened threatened with with with with the the the the loss loss loss loss of of of of public public public public funding funding funding funding for for for for their their their their constituencies constituencies constituencies constituencies he he he he also also also also claimed claimed claimed claimed Johnson's Johnson's Johnson's Johnson's opponents opponents opponents opponents had had had had embarrassing embarrassing embarrassing embarrassing stories stories stories stories about about about about them them them them leaked leaked leaked leaked to to to to the the the the press press press press Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson has has has has said said said said he's he's he's he's seen seen seen seen no no no no evidence evidence evidence evidence to to to to support support support support these these these these claims claims claims claims Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas London London London London

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The Intentional Suppression of Natural Immunity

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:07 min | 3 d ago

The Intentional Suppression of Natural Immunity

"One story that I never thought would be controversial, but it's something that needs to kind of be built out, which is the intentional suppression of natural immunity. If you have fought through getting the Chinese Fauci coronavirus, you are infected. You got the natural antibodies. One would think that there would be an admission and acceptance amongst the people in charge that you should be treated as if you are quote unquote naturally inoculated or naturally vaccinated. There's always been this push against natural immunity. There's never been an allowance for natural immunity. For reasons that are quite obvious such as trying to pander to Pfizer and AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson in the pharmaceutical vaccine lobby, but also it's because they know that if they actually counted antibody tests and natural immunity, all of a sudden the power that the state has assumed would vanish and disappear.

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Sen. Ron Johnson's Mission Has Always Been About Freedom

The Dan Bongino Show

01:18 min | 5 d ago

Sen. Ron Johnson's Mission Has Always Been About Freedom

"Listen when I ran in 2010 it was about freedom It's still about freedom It's always been about freedom What made this country great It's individual liberty and freedom It's not big government It's individuals using their liberty to and their freedom to dream and aspire and build and create with this little interference from the federal government as possible You take a look at just about anything federal government touches and they screw it up They exacerbate I don't know how I do know how because liberals have taken over our media big tech but they've been boozled the American public into looking to government to solve their problem Have you noticed they haven't Senator they can't even give stuff away They can't even give stuff away The federal government can't even give away monoclonal antibodies and masks They can't even give away free stuff They can't even get that right I mean it's staggering they're in confidence And Americans understand that And yet so many people vote for people want to grow government It makes no sense And if you want to fear power fear it in a concentrated government That's what our founders recognize I mean the reason these geniuses came up with this system is checks and balances they knew Yeah we need a government but government by and large is something to fear because it grew our freedoms receded and they knew the key was

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Sen. Ron Johnson: Doctors Are Vilified for Recommending Off-Label Drugs to Address COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 5 d ago

Sen. Ron Johnson: Doctors Are Vilified for Recommending Off-Label Drugs to Address COVID

"It's just very sad But no there's been a complete denial of reality Can you take a look at our response to COVID and call the success 850,000 Americans dead either with or from COVID 5.5 million people globally At some point in time you got to sit back and go you know the COVID guides they have an exactly end of this pandemic Maybe we should have sought a second opinion And you're right by the way again I'm agnostic I remember deciding I mean there's a cornucopia full of drugs that can be used We have advanced medicine by off label use Doctors have every right To utilize their off labor prescription rates but they're being denied that right by the CDC the FDA the COVID guide And again I personally believe hundreds of thousands of people needlessly died because doctors weren't practicing medicine because this early treatment was being sabotaged by the COVID guys It is a scandal It is a travesty And you're right I mean I never came I came here because we're Morgan and our kids future But I did end up in a role of investigating the corruption in all these agencies and now my eyes are opened up in terms of the capture of these federal health agencies by big pharma The corruption of science the corruption of our medical establishment to medical journals It needs to be corrected for the future

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Sen. Ron Johnson Previews New Panel Called 'COVID-19: A Second Opinion'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 5 d ago

Sen. Ron Johnson Previews New Panel Called 'COVID-19: A Second Opinion'

"You have been an open advocate for honesty when it comes to the whole Hunter Biden spygate debacle And one of the things I think now where your value added is really tremendous is on the COVID misinformation from the left You're hosting this COVID panel called the second opinion And you're going to have some medical experts These are people with documented bona fides out there And what are you going to talk about in this panel And how are we going to address this litany of misinformation COVID misinformation coming from the left By having an open discussion I mean that's where I found most appalling I may advocating for early treatment I've been completely agnostic in terms of what drugs But literally since March of 2020 why do not healthcare agencies robustly explore and research early treatment using cheap generic repurposed drugs widely available I mean there's a cornucopia of them It's not just one it's a multi drug therapy But they didn't They're focused on the vaccines And so anybody who had a different opinion And I'm 66 years old as long as I remember It's always been a really good thing if you had a serious medical condition Go seek a second maybe you can get a third opinion It's not been allowed I don't have a good explanation for it I have my suspicions Obviously all the drugs that are being recommended approved for use by the federal agencies are all the expense of ones by big pharma They've not really just ignored They sabotage They've trashed cheap generic drugs I can't explain it but what I do know is to date Two years in the pandemic NIH guidelines continues to be do nothing

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Sen. Ron Johnson: Legacy Media Doesn't Respect Americans, Pushing Only One Approach to COVID

The Dan Bongino Show

00:40 sec | 5 d ago

Sen. Ron Johnson: Legacy Media Doesn't Respect Americans, Pushing Only One Approach to COVID

"Because the American people are hungering for information There's a reason Joe Rogan has gotten 40 50 million views with his interviews with doctor McCulloch and doctor Malone who will be at my panel It's because people want information Our agencies though are legacy media the big Tech Data respect the American public from being able to get information and make informed choice and decision There's one approach to COVID It's what the COVID gods have blast and nobody else needs to offer a second opinion In fact if you do you're going to be vilified you're going to get fired you're going to get sued you're going to be suppressed you're going to be censored I think it's been travesty

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Sen. Ron Johnson Confirms Another Re-Election Campaign

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 5 d ago

Sen. Ron Johnson Confirms Another Re-Election Campaign

"So you had some big news You're gonna run again Listen I know there's a couple golden opportunities coming up here in the election I know you had said you weren't gonna run You changed your mind I'm very happy about that What was it The mess we need to clean up there What changed your mind Yeah Democrat governance I mean in a nutshell when I ran in 2016 and I stated that intention it was trust me as my wife's very strong preference to serve a second term and go home But now it really does feel like this nation is being torn apart by the left And when you look at the disaster this Democrat governance the open borders the embarrassing dangerous threat in Afghanistan out of control spending sparking record and 40 year record highs and inflation And by the way we don't have kept release only on the southern border We also catch Ruiz in our criminal justice system You'll be able to see We have the tragedy that was the walk shot Christmas tree The little children see on the curbs trying to see Santa and because of Democrat governance and Democrat and Democrat government Milwaukee they'll let this murder out I think a $1000 bail killed 6 people each year more than 62 others That didn't have to happen It shouldn't have happened But that is that is the disaster that Democrat government So that's as I travel around the state I would just say identify so many people that are every bit as concerned about what's happening in this country And they were just strongly encouraging me Don't worry about that And what you said in 2016 we need your voice You're willing to speak the truth You will need to be attacked continue to keep speaking the truth And so that's what in the end this made me decide to not walk away I could walk away I didn't think I should

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UK Conservatives Set to Show Boris Johnson the Door

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

UK Conservatives Set to Show Boris Johnson the Door

"I'm reading from the telegraph moments ago further members of the 2019 red wall intake of conservative members of parliament have submitted letters of no confidence in Boris Johnson this morning. One MP told the telegraph, a 11 letters had been submitted to the 1922 committee, and that comments overnight from ministers attacking them as fools was the final straw senior minister's common saying we were fools have taken most over the edge. They would have done better to reach out rather than lash out. While party whips thought the number of letters of no confidence was in the 20th that figure has now written by as much as a third

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NBA marks 75th year: A look at the 80's

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 d ago

NBA marks 75th year: A look at the 80's

"Julius Julius Dr Dr J. J. Erving Erving and and NBA NBA hall hall of of Famer Famer and and in in NBA NBA and and ABA ABA champion champion says says players players in in the the eighties eighties the the league league success success to to the the previous previous generation generation shoulders shoulders we we wish wish all all cool cool you you know know who who was was right right many many many many years years yeah yeah Robert Robert S. S. and and Riley Riley of of three three time time NBA NBA coach coach of of the the year year says says the the league's league's popularity popularity exploded exploded because because of of the the rivalry rivalry between between the the Celtics Celtics Larry Larry Bird Bird and and the the Lakers Lakers Magic Magic Johnson Johnson so so to to run run this this is is the the media media also also played played up up the the rivalry rivalry and and help help make make the the NBA NBA as as popular popular as as it it has has become become a a norm norm hall hall

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Andy Murray wins in Australia for 1st time since 2017

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 6 d ago

Andy Murray wins in Australia for 1st time since 2017

"U. U. S. S. open open champion champion and and I I read read it it kind kind of of has has made made a a successful successful start start to to help help Australian Australian Open Open campaign campaign outlasting outlasting Sloane Sloane Stephens Stephens six six up up to to six six six six one one easy easy wins wins as as expected expected for for the the men's men's second second seed seed dental dental but but the the death death and and the the women's women's number number three three go go up up in in your your local local routes routes up up Maxime Maxime Cressy Cressy reached reached the the second second round round after after an an upset upset fine fine said said when when that that however however coming coming at at the the expense expense of of twenty twenty second second seeded seeded fellow fellow American American John John Isner Isner Christie Christie is is joined joined in in the the men's men's second second round round by by fellow fellow Americans Americans Frances Frances tiafoe tiafoe Taylor Taylor Fritz Fritz and and Steve Steve Johnson Johnson and and by by Danielle Danielle Collins Collins in in the the women's women's on on ground ground like like us us

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Jason Johnson: Republican Party Is a 'Dimestore Front for a Terrorist Movement'

Mark Levin

01:26 min | Last week

Jason Johnson: Republican Party Is a 'Dimestore Front for a Terrorist Movement'

"Jason Johnson is a professor tenure professor Morgan State University He appears regularly on MSNBC And this is a very in my view diabolical individual with a language that he uses And anything goes Anything goes It's really quite shocking So many of these individuals they won't condemn communist China For the genocide they're committed against Muslims So they take it out and attack the Republican Party I want you to listen to this man Why is he invited on MSNBC If the executives there and the executives at Comcast didn't approve of this kind of behavior Cut one go Here's the problem though We don't know if Trump's going to be on the back If Trump is on the ballot in 2024 it's the easiest thing and the world for Democrats because you could always run against the bad guy But I think the bigger more dangerous thing and I've been saying this for a while I'm working hard to never say Republican Party again Because there's not a party right There shouldn't fain to the IRA They're the plo to Hamas They're a dime store front for a terrorist movement They dime store up front for a terrorist movement

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Listener Sammy Writes in Detailing Her Brothers' Vaccine Side Effects

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:34 min | Last week

Listener Sammy Writes in Detailing Her Brothers' Vaccine Side Effects

"Says, we got an email hi Charlie, my name is Sammy. I'm 25 years old and unvaccinated. Thought you and your team may find this interesting and add it to your list of vaccinated problems. I hear about on your show. My brothers are identical twins, and they are 21 years old. Both got vaccinated, one with J&J one with Pfizer back in May of 2021. Both in the last three months have had significant heart issues. Both are healthy 6 four athletes college students who exercise and take care of themselves. Clearly we have a different take on the vaccine. But now they're starting to freak out and regret it. Both refuse the booster, they're having a ton of cardiovascular problems and problems breathing, which never happened before. Also, the Johnson & Johnson brother recently found out his pancreas is no longer working as well. Totally normal, right? 21 year old 6 foot four athlete. Yeah, your pancreas just stops working. Also, my boss's son, also 20 years old, Notre-Dame student, fully vaccinated and boosted is having heart problems as well out of nowhere. All of this is just an FYI for you. This stuff is so scary and crazy. I think we're finally starting to see the longer term side effects that you predicted on your show. Unfortunately, I think you're right. I'm afraid that we're going to have lots of children that are going to have lifelong side effects and they are

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Boris Johnson’s Office Apologizes to Queen for Parties

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last week

Boris Johnson’s Office Apologizes to Queen for Parties

"Boris Boris Johnson's Johnson's office office has has apologized apologized to to the the royal royal family family full full of of lockdown lockdown breaching breaching Stoff Stoff polity polity in in Downing Downing Street Street on on the the eve eve of of prince prince Philip's Philip's funeral funeral last last year year the the revelation revelation the the government government stuff stuff how how to to gathering gathering not not in in line line with with coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions is is the the latest latest in in a a string string of of rule rule breaking breaking social social events events the the threatening threatening to to topple topple the the British British prime prime minister minister Johnson Johnson spokesman spokesman says says it's it's deeply deeply regrettable regrettable that that this this took took place place at at a a time time of of national national mourning mourning and and number number ten ten was was politicized politicized to to the the palace palace The The Daily Daily Telegraph Telegraph newspaper newspaper says says stuff stuff drank drank danced danced and and socialized socialized on on April April sixteen sixteen last last year year the the next next day day the the widowed widowed queen queen such such a a loan loan in in the the church church during during her her husband's husband's funeral funeral service service in in order order to to adhere adhere to to social social distancing distancing rules rules Charles Charles the the last last month month London London Boris Boris Johnson's Johnson's office office has has apologized apologized to to the the royal royal family family full full of of lockdown lockdown breaching breaching Stoff Stoff polity polity in in Downing Downing Street Street on on the the eve eve of of prince prince Philip's Philip's funeral funeral last last year year the the

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Luck May Have Just Run Out

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:35 sec | Last week

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Luck May Have Just Run Out

"Of rule breaking runs into a crisis, according to The Economist, the telegraph says Rishi sunak, who is their Chancellor of the exchequer, the smart young guy, the 41 year old, didn't show up in common just in his support the boss. The Tories will be buried if they ignore the real lessons behind Boris's fall. Alistair heath of the telegraph writes. Tory benches packed out for bloodsport as Boris Johnson reaches new heights of cringe, according to Madeline grant in the telegraph. Boris Johnson is toast, if Susan grey comes back and says anything other than he's completely innocent and that's not going to happen. Then conflicting

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No. 14 Villanova holds off No. 17 Xavier, 64-60

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

No. 14 Villanova holds off No. 17 Xavier, 64-60

"Number number fourteen fourteen the the Lenovo Lenovo number number fourteen fourteen Villanova Villanova won won a a top top twenty twenty five five matchup matchup and and improved improved to to twelve twelve and and four four overall overall by by pulling pulling out out a a sixty sixty four four sixty sixty win win at at seventeen seventeen Franks Franks a a beer beer calling calling Cholesky Cholesky dropped dropped in in twenty twenty one one points points and and Justin Justin Moore Moore scored scored ten ten of of his his sixteen sixteen in in the the second second half half helping helping the the Wildcats Wildcats secured secured their their fifth fifth straight straight victory victory Glaspie Glaspie was was coming coming off off a a season season high high twenty twenty eight eight point point performance performance and and more more is is the the reigning reigning big big east east player player of of the the week week Paul Paul Scruggs Scruggs innate innate Johnson Johnson each each scored scored fifteen fifteen for for the the musketeers musketeers who who trailed trailed by by double double digits digits in in the the second second half half before before tying tying the the game game with with two two sixteen sixteen remaining remaining I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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The Cold, Hard Truth About COVID Vaccines With Dr. Peter McCullough

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last week

The Cold, Hard Truth About COVID Vaccines With Dr. Peter McCullough

"What is it that you're saying that you know to be true that some people don't like to hear? I mean, let's start with the vaccine. I have read enough to make me think that for most people, the idea of getting the vaccine is a bad idea and that it was developed under emergency circumstances kind of like, okay, we've got the Black Death coming. We're going to lose a third of our population. Let's do anything we can to get something to help people. Where we are today, to me seems dramatically different. I've heard a lot of anecdotal information about deaths and debilitating results probably or at least potentially from the vaccine. So wisdom would seem to say, don't take it, but there's this big push for everyone to take it. What's your response? I published an op-ed in the hill last year in August of 2020 before the vaccines ever came out and I agree with the Eric. I said the vaccines were a bad idea because they were genetic transfer technology programs. Actually installed the gene into the body that makes the dangerous spike protein that actually we caused the body to make a dangerous foreign protein that damages the brain, the heart causes blood clotting. It's a very dangerous idea. It's an uncontrolled production of spike protein for an uncontrolled duration of time. It's very different than a tetanus shot. A tetanus shot is a set amount of tetanus toxoid, and that's it. And so the tetanus shot or the hepatitis B shot is a known defined entity. The COVID-19 vaccines are completely uncontrolled. And there must be some people who take up a lot of genetic material or strategically in critical organs and the spike protein causes damage and death and our FDA agrees. The FDA has official warnings for Pfizer Moderna, causing heart damage. Johnson & Johnson, causing blood clots, causing paralysis, and with any product, there's risks and benefits. So the vaccines always must be presented with risks and

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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

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"On the table from all. These tech companies in los angeles was the home of kind of the the media content creation side of the internet in the late nineties. But the audiences weren't there so subtle is speculation money flowing in but it was a lot of it was funny money. He knows it was hollywood money. It was kind of going in but it wasn't real. Money was sort of like imaginary funding at the time but we had lots of people offering to biased partner with us before we even had a website and we said no to everything. And it's good that we did because we wanted to grow more like an independent record label or or you know record store something really community based but to do it as an llc and be able to build in kind gift back and be an integral part of the music community. We also didn't even know much about. I didn't know much about nonprofits of even think it was an option my partner co-founded felon in john buck. Who was a young ad sales executive on tv in aid. It absolutely hated that world's accuse looking for a way out And and got into the idea of internet radio and so we met early on in his of time exploring internet radio in decide list partner up. You've got the business kind of experience sort of you know very very early. Just been starting out and i had the music in the tech experience or people that i knew to do that so we just jumped into it and we had money from family and friends and his family prince. I didn't have any family or friends with money. But but we had a little bit of money and He was able to use his ad sales exact talk. Try to sweet talk some people into to putting some money in but it was still shoestring operation who had cheap rent. We have volunteered. Dj's we had a small staff. You know paid you modestly but we all were into the idea of doing it and just jumped in but come two thousand one. The nasdaq crashed and the whole just blew. That whole kind of bubble burst on first internet bubble and suddenly even the money we had disappeared and i moved out of my apartment and moved into the studio and i slept on the floor the studio for two years and i lived there every night it would roll roll out like a food thanh thing and i would sleep amongst all these old tower computers with loud fans. And you know like i mentioned cockroaches so it was. It was a neighborhood. Yes crutches that was an yes molly. What about she. With that time. From the beginning i was involve with us. Mark said playing with my banning there and just kind of hanging around. I was very much a someone on on the sidelines. Right some somebody involved. it's also somewhat at what from the outside in i. I do remember the moment when daba close its doors a studio downstairs and moved everything to the apartment upstairs. And and i remember i can even see the sheets rolled up the coroner For where mark live and and and that period is really appear that feed wilson far mark at making that sacrifice. We.

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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Out on the internet platform at that still fairly early time in a way it is true but we hit started actually broadcasting online so in nineteen ninety eight the student radio station. Usc as able to get that up online broadcasting and i realized that the university had a real on media server whose lopping usages messer of iraq somewhere that a license. And so i was able to. I kind of got wind internet radio and started following some of the early internet radio and i just kind of found out who had the keys to the server and then got the permission to use it so we started broadcasting fulltime on line in nineteen ninety eight n. Kfc are it was good because we got shutdown just months later by the fcc are fm cast in so that station still exists today under a different name sc because it became an internet radio station and so we knew that that local broadcasting was important. But we knew that there was pockets of people like us all over the world who are into niche music that we wanted to reach and so the dob blog was a continuation of that idea. We said wow. Suddenly we have you know. Pockets of listeners. all over really small pockets of listeners. But we said. Let's let's harness this and try to continue it. So that was the idea of continuing dub lab as an online broadcaster. The came on the heels of the student radio station but we were able to start something. From scratch with dublin irradiation. It's much more kind of open door policy. Which is great. You know if somebody wants to come in and put the hours into you know volunteer. Then have their own broadway. Show tune radio. Show all good. There's sports radio shows etc. But we wanted to do something that was built on more of an aesthetic foundation but the aesthetic foundation was opened a nature but it was his idea of creating a music focused radio station. That was broadcasting. Music wasn't being heard on the radio and music from all across time and space all throughout the university.

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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

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Got MC Ren DJ yella and put this group together and you know, the rest was kind of History. And then the history came apart at a point in time and you then went out on your own. Yes, but but you already were out on your own so so you kind of returned to be a creative solar preneur. I mean you were creating music. What was the journey after NWA so it's kind of weird because when I made my first record even before NWA, I was just messing around with technology and I was using a little royalty money. I was getting to buy computers at sixteen Seventeen. I had you know, every computer that came out a trash which in layman's term a TRS eighty. I had the Commodore vic-20 the Commodore sixty-four, you know, I had the Commodore Colt computer. I had everything out there or just to learn how to do that. And the reason I got into it was because when we used to tour everybody with party and drink and you know smoke or do whatever they did but wage Video games came out people stopped partying and wanted to go to arcades and wanted to play with the little hand-held coleco visions and stuff like that. So I started looking at that like wait a minute. This is like the new crack here and I walk in like I need to figure this video game thing out. So talk myself out of code taught myself how to do sprite animation those kind of things and literally while I was touring with NWA I was going to siggraph conventions and I think it was comdex, you know back then and learning and learning about technology and and got approached by companies who saw me playing with their demo hardware and stuff and like who are you like? Why are you so good at this and tell them I have a lot of time on my hands, you know because of being in this group NWA we can't go outside much, you know, and I got invited to do. The first series of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers do visual effects on that. I did Casper Addams Family Silver Surfer a bunch of other shows and movies and then Thursdays are hopped over to Fox in Iraq that will start working on video games and vivendi Universal and I just was doing to parallel universes at the same time and making a lot of money doing that and that's kind of how I ended up getting out of nwa's because I had this other career going on. We were getting ripped off by my manager and NWA. I had a hit record with a song called supersonic off my girl group. JJ fad that I produced that I brought over to our label and manager was taking that money too. So I finally got fed up and was like, I'm out. I don't care if we got a hit record with Straight Out of Compton wage doesn't matter if the police are after me and I'm not making any money. So I got me an attorney and went up to my manager and got it straightened out got a contract left and off. A happy camper. So on all of these things where you would an individual independent contractor. Did you create a team around yourself? Did you create a different team around each project? Did you work for the companies as an employee? What was kind of the the people structure that let you be who you were trying to be with so many different directions? Yeah. So when I asked first got invited to do the Power Rangers thing for Saban, they didn't know what to do with me. They were like, you're good. We want you to work on this and we know who you are. I don't care. I'll sit in the office. You know, I mean, I'll sit in the office and do whatever so I just literally sat in the office and I worked on stuff, you know, I worked on the projects just like everybody.

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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"Got MC Ren DJ yella and put this group together and you know, the rest was kind of History. And then the history came apart at a point in time and you then went out on your own. Yes, but but you already were out on your own so so you kind of returned to be a creative solar preneur. I mean you were creating music. What was the journey after NWA so it's kind of weird because when I made my first record even before NWA, I was just messing around with technology and I was using a little royalty money. I was getting to buy computers at sixteen Seventeen. I had you know, every computer that came out a trash which in layman's term a TRS eighty. I had the Commodore vic-20 the Commodore sixty-four, you know, I had the Commodore Colt computer. I had everything out there or just to learn how to do that. And the reason I got into it was because when we used to tour everybody with party and drink and you know smoke or do whatever they did but wage Video games came out people stopped partying and wanted to go to arcades and wanted to play with the little hand-held coleco visions and stuff like that. So I started looking at that like wait a minute. This is like the new crack here and I walk in like I need to figure this video game thing out. So talk myself out of code taught myself how to do sprite animation those kind of things and literally while I was touring with NWA I was going to siggraph conventions and I think it was comdex, you know back then and learning and learning about technology and and got approached by companies who saw me playing with their demo hardware and stuff and like who are you like? Why are you so good at this and tell them I have a lot of time on my hands, you know because of being in this group NWA we can't go outside much, you know, and I got invited to do. The first series of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers do visual effects on that..

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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

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"So for your next big birthday, what do you want to have done by them? So the next big birthday is the 500 and I want to I want to grow this very successfully. I want the I want the VR piece to be done. I want us to see you with the other thing that I didn't tell you is that we are actually expanding into World music because we decided to move our end date of this program from the end of January to May so I have hopefully we can get back live, but that will also mean that we have more time to bring in more mentors and do World music as well. I want this to really I want us to really work on the expansion. Nationally. I know you and I have talked about that before to get it out virtually to other cities. How do we do that to activate more kids? That's always a it's always a thing on my every time I pitch is that how do we expand our cohort expand our diversity expand our reach and I think we're doing a good job of that. We've definitely grown from last year, but I'd love to expand more like, you know, what have we not mentioned? We are at the end of our journey. Together anything that you want to comment on Before We Say Goodbye. Well, I just want to thank you and all the other creative innovators that you have on your podcast. I think especially in a time of you know of covet and locked down. I think everybody amazing people who are pushing through especially the ones who are inspiring kids to do something creative and to hath hope I think that is so amazing. And so I just want to say thank you for highlighting for highlighting us and including the Inception Orchestra on this journey. So I asked people at the end off, who would you like to reach out to you? What do you need? What would you like? Who would you like to reach out? And then how would you like them to reach you? We're having a cool event on November 7th of November 7th. How would they how would they reach out? So we're doing a really amazing event. We're we're having master class is all day. It's a virtual event. It's free. It's just showing the type of work we do there's some panels so we'd love for you to go to our site. They'll be information on how to RSVP their wage, which is inception Orchestra..

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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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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

"And roll in that time in Saint Petersburg, which is very cool. But by trade, my dad's a civil engineer and my mom is a chemist, my brother who is six years older than me is very kind of interested in technology and did end up majoring in computer science in College. So there. was kind of this more or less technical side of things. But I would say art sort of ruled the roost in terms of my interest at a very young age and I drew actually before I even spoke. So I I started speaking quite late so I learned how to draw before I could speak which I I knew I could speak just was kind of maybe doing a social experiment on my parents because it was really fun to see them I remember seeing them react to things that I got right and I learned that I could sort of make this happiness happens very early memory but I do recall that that existed in my brain I guess I had a pretty good balance of both the arts and kind of more technical side of things while growing up I was really encouraged to express myself through visual art and music. I started playing piano when I was about six years old and was classically trained throughout my life. My parents sat me down at five and we're like piano or violin and I was like, Haha I guess piano because you don't have to tune it because my brother played cello and that was quite Painful beginning to my childhood of hearing him I thought it was beautiful. But my parents like. Stringed instruments it is a different world though they're much easier to carry. Our yes. I moved out of Russia when I was four we immigrated right before like during the fall of the Soviet Union basically. So my dad got us out of Russia to sort of give us ability to have a life that we could. Thrive in and I guess. I. Always kind of felt like the world was my sister in that way where I had the ability to be in a place where I could make kind of choices and create this. Sort of ECLECTIC and interesting future for myself. So that sort of where the basis of that mindset came from is I was told at a young age that you have possibilities here. So go and sees what want so that that left me with a lot of great work kind of how do you call it Why can't they think of this work ethic? Yes. That's what I'm looking for very good work ethic. That left me with kind of a really good. Forward, thinking attitude about what future with the future could hold and kind of made me a serial optimist, which is Great. So we talked before, we started on the recording about jobs and job titles and stereotypes around jobs. What did the young think she wanted to do and she grew up? To be honest. There were kind of two worlds that I was really interested in one was really wanted to be a librarian I thought it was very cool that they got to be surrounded by books all day long and The Libertarians that helped me in the library would always kind of dive deep into my interests and they knew so much knows very inspired by that. I also just liked I just liked the idea of hanging out in the library all the time, and the second path was always to be a teacher I remember recalling that I wanted to I don't know if this is a real award or not. I. Don't think it has I was like I'm going to win the best teacher in the world award what year so I don't think there might be something like that. But I really use that wash should play a national one in most countries I'm not sure if there's a worldwide one. Well..

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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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Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi 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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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

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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"johnson" Discussed on Creative Innovators with Gigi Johnson

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..