17 Burst results for "Jonathan Boyd"

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"I know what you just said. The opposite of what i hear most the time. Obviously i'm not an offer owner. I have a business that helps offer owners. But i hear test test test test test test. That and now you're saying is you know obviously if something works continue with it and then discreet another offer so for me. That's very logical because if you have let's say you know depending on what level your businesses out obviously but if you have a whole bunch of buyers these are people who are bought from you sell them more stuff. They already like what you sold them. So creating a not another offer for your pool of buyers is probably going to be a lot more worthwhile than trying to test the control. That's already maybe doing pretty pretty well and and you're just kind of trying to game the system. But i find that really interesting. I love to hear different. Perspectives of like how people grow their businesses. And what they do. But that's that's genius especially when you start getting even to. Let's say the six figures a month level you got a good pool of buyers and for me for my business like i have a lot of cold leads you know. We have a lot of leads because we have like a lot of seo stuff going on whatever but my best buyers are always referrals or people who have started other businesses from the main business. And that's where. I get the best people to work with and the people who spend you know. They don't spend money for with us but you know that maximize their processing with us. So why reinvent the wheel. Why not do what works which is ask for referrals or ask for you. Know if people want you know are buying one program. When gets her program. We'll maybe they want something to hone in on us specific skill and i don't know anything about music so i won't sound like what four but It's it's super interesting to hear that is that you know An every entrepreneur has a different way and their secret sauce. I love that. that's your secret sauce. And that's what you know Helps you get there in terms of you know talking about testing stuff and working through different offers and so forth. Is there anything in terms of technology because this is always a question that i was wonder when people have these like super successful offers and they have teams and so forth. What is the technology behind us that you're like this piece of software. This is awesome stuff. This is you know everybody needs this for tracking this or whatever. The case is so. I'm just curious at everybody listening. We're not promoting anything. Nobody's paying us. There's no affiliate links. Were just chatting. Saw lead jonathan. Tell us his favorite stuff that he uses. So i i guess. I have a contrarian approach on a lot of points especially in our marketing but i honestly love to. I would love to not use any. I don't i don't care the the least amount of stuff or software or whatever that we can use to accomplish something the better because it's simpler. It's just to me. It's not what the tech isn't what matters it's again at all. Always always always comes down to the offer. This is something..

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"Let's say for example dump creative versus say. This one has potential. Obviously there's numbers behind it but sometimes you feel strongly about something and you. You work along with your intuition. But i'm curious why creative has stayed to be. You know your number one. And how often do you change. Creatives to make your deceive. you can beat your controls. So that's the question and there's a couple of different answers here so you know. Honestly how often do we change creative. My my philosophy is as little as possible. I don't want to do extra work right. If a phrase that. I afraid that that we say all the time is in what it comes to media buying and if it works let a work while i mean you could turn beat it. I personally never never been able to beat that particular page but if it works work and then one thing that i learned from mark ford is he said this kind of a a big idea based on one thing that he said but when it comes to testing testing offers he said mark says tested things that scream. Not the things that whisper. And we've all heard if you've been in marketing or optimization or funnels or whatever for any length of time we've all heard test the color test the headline test all that kind of stuff and the reality is like here. You can get games doing that. You can give you can double your conversions headline tests. Does it happen often. no again you do. Yes but the thing is. How much effort does it take to do all that like. Where's the line of diminishing returns and if we talk about testing the things that stream a very easy obvious example as let's say we have one sales page and instead of changing the headline it's a it's a. It's an offer for a pair of shoes if we're selling. Let's say a pair of shoes to people who are somewhere on some remote island and they don't even wear shoes. you think that offers going to convert very well. No because they don't want us but if you like cloth or something or with spears or you know whatever they use we'll of course your results are just gonna take completely chain. You're gonna completely skyrocket. The point here is that you can test headlines. And you can't optimize and i think you should to a point however if you zoom out and you think about let's say you have one offer and maybe the one offers doing really really great and you could spend a week two weeks launch a year trying to optimize off are trying to boost ayovi trying to boost the conversions etc and again to determine extent. I think he should but was worth paying attention to more is. What's going to boost your rear results. More having an offer where you're gonna. He's a headline. Get a thirty percent boost at most or just simply having another having another offer like nice a great phrase that i love from i got for my mentor roger hamilton. Which by the way. Nobody has read the book wink wink wink. And grow rich by roger hamilton. I highly recommend that you can get it for free. Google media but he says don't add complexity multiply simplicity..

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"One hundred and nine business from last january two this january and people see that and it's like oh well you know what what. How did you strike that gold. How did that happen. How did you get so lucky. You know it's the perfect industry is perfect this as the perfect that and that's just not true. I mean the truth. Is i dropped out of grad school twice. I have a degree in mechanical engineering. I went to grad school for materials engineering absolutely hated it and i dropped out and then i happened to go to another program for it was kind of like an program disguised as in the engineering school. Somehow i don't know how. The director of the program was an entrepreneur. And at the time. I had been reading like four hour work week. And that's when all that those kind of coming out. And i started reading about blogs and making money online and all that i wasn't doing any research school was reading like richdad board in the lab that i was supposed to be doing research and i went to the second semester of the second program. That was a went to the director. He became kind of like my first mentor. He was the first person that i met in real life. That read books like self-development books and business books and long story short. I pulled him aside the second the first day of the second semester and we walked down the hall before we started class and i was like look man. I've been playing music for a long time. I've been researching business. And i used to do the whole thing about cutting people's yards cutting people cutting the grass for money and all that and i talked to him for a while. And it's like you know. I think i think i can start teaching guitar. Because it's the skill that have already have and obviously there's a market there. I mean people take guitar lessons and they have for years and years..

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"And he said most people go to their graves where he's actually said. Most people die with their music still locked up inside them and because of music education. one point. no. That's that's the reason i think so ultimately like i said we can talk about the the bigger vision long-term and how we're going to change all this but the underlying philosophy of what we're doing is music language. I without having to learn an instrument without having to learn what most people think of as music and therefore it's a lot easier people can express themselves. They get excited about it and we all know that you know. Music in general is is like therapy. brings people together. It allows you to de stress after a long day. Or it kind of marks It's almost like anthems throughout your life. You know that one song was used to listen to with x. group of friends in high school. It's it's everybody feels that so if everybody can access it well as a whole musical well i mean i i agree with that and i agree with exactly what you said with the you know. Music is hard. I remember when we were doing music in high school and stuff. They're like well if you're good in math than you're gonna learn music so you already just disqualified everybody. That doesn't consider themselves good. Math and i was good in math personally. And i still couldn't figure out what the hell is. This is like. I can't follow any of stuff and my teacher did think i was quite talented at the recorder. I did it for two years and it was. It was actually as geeky as this sounds. I loved it. i really loved it. I used to ride my mom now. Because i used to practice it and stuff like that but they did give a lot of you know like if you're good at math or if you're this or if you're that there was so many steps to say like This is what you need to be..

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

Uncensored Direct Marketing

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Uncensored Direct Marketing

"Seven figure. A month owner offer owner We have john's built a really cool course on About music and guitar playing I'll let jonathan give us a little bit more information about all of the guitar stuff. But i just did want to mention how we met john how we connected And how. I think you're brilliant entrepreneur and You're you're just really killing So johnson and i met through. We met through copy accelerator. I guess you had some some processing questions or some payment questions which are my favorite. You know obviously my favorite topic and we were able to connect you there And i'm always happy to hear from you and hear about your successes and so forth. So can you tell us a little bit about your program and Just kind of what's what's been keeping busy since cova starks. I know that your program really during the covid era. So i think people would be interested in hearing that first of all. It's awesome to be here. Claverie getting a chance to talk conform to it regarding the kobe thing. The first thing that comes to mind is actually cinder vinegar. Tara said that they had their record year. They sold mortgage tarisa than any other year in history last year. So you know when everybody's locked up at home. They have their guitar on the corner or some. They've already they've they've always wanted to do. You know i guess they just whip out like atari and start you know trying to buy programs online and figure out how to play. I guess so awesome. Yeah what about the actual program itself. We have several different. I guess you'd say programs depending on what somebody's interested in what they're struggling with and what they want to be able to do on guitar. But the main thing i think that kind of underpins everything that we do is just in general the core philosophy. And if you listen to music which i've never met a person who doesn't listen to music. Been you their songs that you like. And their songs that you don't like and the difference between the song like in the songs that you don't like is literally how how it makes you feel the ones that make you feel good. You wanna keep listening to because it makes you feel good ones that you know..

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"5 70 K. L I f Good morning. I'm Amy shall drop. Here's what's happening. The Texas Legislature working on a multi million dollar plan to beef up security at the state Capitol Flower mound. Republican Senator Jane Nelson says the plan would cost $39 million over it two year period and would provide capital security with Morvan sniffing dogs 74 Or new hires and additional gear such as video cameras and panic buttons. The plan was developed by state police after an evaluation by the Secret Service and appears to have the near unanimous approval of the leaders of both houses. Venice Martin K. L I. F news The Alan I is de working with the city and fire department to create a drive thru vaccine location at Eagle Stadium, Allen Fire chief Jonathan Boyd says it's by appointment only for groups, one A and one B. The important thing to know is that we continue to get more doses each week. The amount of doses will continue to go up and we're gonna We were gonna get deliver those doses as quickly as possible. So we're gonna eventually get to everyone that wants the vaccine. You can sign up on the Allen Fire Department website, you'll be notified when there's a vaccine available. Jennifer check on traffic. Here's Michael Scott to brand New Rex in Dallas County. Westbound I 20 Carrier Parkway. That one is in the right lane. It's starting to back you up beyond FM 13 82 beltline. The other issue is going to be over. Like right, Hubbard eastbound. I 30 Dow Rock wrecking the Life Lane starting because delays from the President George Bush Turnpike with K L I f right now..

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"And his detail the president signed 10 pandemic related executive orders expanding federal mask mandates during travel, adding restrictions for travelers entering the U. S and directing FEMA. Create vaccination centers with the goal of 100 by next month on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News I'll cover 19 vaccinations, dinners continued to open across North taxes. Alan Eyes D partnered with the city and Fire department to create a drive thru vaccine location at the Eagle Stadium. Allen Fire chief Jonathan Boyd says it's appointment only for groups, one A and one B. The important thing to know is that we continue to get more doses each week. The amount of doses will continue to go up and we're gonna We were gonna get deliver those doses as quickly as possible. So we're gonna eventually get to everyone that wants the vaccine. You can sign up on the Allen Fire Department website and you'll be notified when there's vaccines available and his efforts to ramp up covert vaccines continue. Many areas are reporting vastly more demand than supply. All the officials are urging residents to continue to wear masks and avoid large crowds. Meanwhile, the local cove in 19 case count remains high, especially in the region's most populated counties. Dallas County reported 1978 new cases and 27 desk Thursday. Tarrant County reported 1789 new cases and 26 deaths. And the New York judge on Thursday denied the National Rifle Association's bed to throw out of state lawsuit that seeks to put the powerful gun advocacy group out of business. The senators say they want to fully understand Cruise and Holly's role in the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol when tens of thousands of supporters of then President Trump had gathered that day as Congress voted to formally certify the election results. While Holly and Cruz led objections of the Senate Democrats say both new claims of election fraud Were baseless had led to threats of violence and set the stage for future violence. Both crews and Holly have since condemned the violence. Kim Lamb KIDS, WB AP News From a double D baby news desk, I'm Nicola say your next update is at 5 30 24 7 coverage at double deba p dot coms. Yeah, we're excited, You know? Her first game to hear.

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Last into the beginning of next week. Right now, though, we're looking at fog and mist and 47 degrees at DFW Airport. News is brought to you by Mueller Inc. Senator Lindsey Graham said tonight and he is against former President Trump's Senate impeachment trial. The second impeachment of Donald Trump is not wearing well over time. Democrats turned a box. They started this thing in the house. Impeach the president, United States in that sea Pelosi's house in less than 50 hours from bringing up to conclusion without a lawyer. Not one witness was called Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is proposing the Senate begin its impeachment trial of former President Trump. In mid February. FBI agents have made what they say was a troubling discovery in the home of a man is accused of carrying ZIP ties around the U. S Capitol during the riot earlier this month, federal authorities say a search of Eric Marshall's home in Nashville turned up more than a dozen firearms, including a sniper rifle and hundreds of rounds of ammo prosecutors in a court filing ahead of a detention hearing. Same uncle is a danger to the community who was dressed for combat when a mob stormed the capital building. Montel is charged with violent entry, disorderly conduct, conspiracy and civil Disorder. His mother, Lisa Eisenhardt, also faces criminal charges, according to court documents. Montilla seen on cell phone video talking about taking his weapons off before going into the building. He later spots plastic handcuffs and says ZIP ties. I need to get me some of them. Steve Rappaport Fox News. Meanwhile, Washington State man's been arrested for allegedly running a Corona virus vaccine scam. Federal prosecutors say Johnny Stein trying to pass himself off as a bio tech expert. Claiming to be the founder and president of North Coast biologics as early as March. Stein is accused of posting offers on social media to inject customers with a covert vaccine for a charge of 400 to $1000. This despite the fact he received a cease and desist decree from the state attorney general U. S Attorney Brian Moran says Stein was injecting people with an unknown substance, claiming it was a vaccine. Another investigator called Stein, a snake oil salesman. Stein is also facing charges for similar actions regarding cancer patients. Thoma Gotti Fox News, Elin I SD Ziegel stadiums going to be used as a good vein 19 vaccination drive thru site. Ellen Fire chief Jonathan Boyd's is They're giving out their vaccines as quickly as they get the but we believe we can do up to 2000 vaccinations with the equipment we have here, so we're looking forward to doing that many. We just need to get a few more doses. Boyd's this eventually everyone who wants vaccine will be able to get one. But for now, it's by appointment only and only available for groups. One A and one B. The city of Garland will be administering its 1st 1000 doses of Kobe vaccine and the newly opened drive thru mega center at the Homer B. Johnson Stadium. Morning, the mayor Scott LeMay, The problem for Garland is it has 20,000 registered for the shots. What we're hoping for is now that we are a hub that that will that will put us better in.

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"To you and me was a dream only a dream. And it came back to you and and I asked a lot of our guests. What do you like What you listening to? And Jonathan said every heaven more be. I've never heard of Kevin more b in my life, but I like this song because it has a really beautiful Ford pickup in it during his now Johnson boy. Usually, Jonathan, we talk about vital space is the things you guys you're doing with that. But today we're gonna talk about raising money to help people pay the utility bills and welcome to the show. Welcome back. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Well, thanks for the idea about Kevin More B. I'll have to listen to more. Okay. Um so You guys were trying to help you guys were raising money. Tonto do help people who might be evicted on death in the end of the month. Hopefully, this federal bill this $900 billion covert relief bill will take effect and the president will sign it. And then the eviction deadline that the eviction Moratorium will be extended out to January. The 31st so maybe a little bit a little bit of reprieve, but people also have have you need to pay there. Like heat and light and stuff like this, So tell us about what you're doing. So I mean, the housing component is something the federal government hopefully conduce for our people here who need help, and it's really large topic that's hard to get a grasp on. And so this weekend, one of our donors reached out to me and sent this really feel good article about Ah Florida man who paid the utility bills of 100 people. And that got me thinking that's really a manageable thing. Sort of help with people behind on utilities, and I reached out to cure a Coachella at the city who manages to connect network which is or Let people access help through our city on Dad, how many people are behind on their bills, and she could just pull it up. She looked it up, and it was 577 people on Monday, and 24 more people requested help over the night, So it's up to 602 today. And they were averaging about $300 each and so we set the goal of $125,000 to be able to clear all those requests, and that's what we're working towards. We've already had $20,000 donated. And I'm trying to deliver this as a Christmas present to Santa Fe residents. People don't need Via what Vital faces, D'accord. It was the fastest way for us to get involved and get this working. So we used a nonprofit that I founded and for every dollar donated will go directly towards paying this. These bills. And so when you go to www dot vital spaces dot ward, there'll be a pop up that says, Donate to the Connect Utility fund and don't eat there. 100% secure. Yep, absolutely any right off available? Yes, we are. Five a one C three organization so it's fully tax deductible and we will send you the notification instantly. Fourth donation on But like I said, it's just It was a really short tangible thing. I could think my teeth into because so many of the problems facing us Seem too big and too large. They seem like they're insurmountable. But this is like The city can come together and actually pay off the heating utility bills of its neighbors and residents for each other, because I know some people did really well this year and hopefully we should spread that and other people are really hurting. And the idea is this is just a really Pretty tangible way to make an impact before the holidays and help people out. All right, most importantly, people running who in the hell is this guy? So your furniture maker you also found in this vital spaces thing And you? You take vacant buildings. On the turn Me over to artist for workspaces. Maybe a combination of work and living spaces and maybe selling spaces on do you been doing this? You actually opened up some storefronts out of the out of the out at the mall, the outlet mall. Ah, And as far as I know, I can say that Jonathan Boyd is an honest human being. Yeah, I think I am. Yeah, but you know, that's what I know about. It's all right. Yeah, but in business studio a bunch of times Yeah. Vital spaces has been providing studio space for almost two years. Now, toe artists in Santa Fe and people can apply at vital spaces that Warg and basically we negotiate with property owners to find buildings that are empty for whatever reason, and then we temporarily occupy them. And offer studio space presentation space and display space so that artists who are struggling and couldn't normally afford market rate rents here can have space to work and live here. Are you still making furniture? I just stopped making a bed to hop on the phone with you. Okay, so that would be a yes because the people who work with would make furniture are trustworthy. Salt of the earth kind of people. The once again, um vital spaces dot org is the place you go. It's also the nonprofit puts artists in places but you can go there to donate money. If you want to help out people who might be faced with losing gas or electricity, things like that. Yeah, All the people came. All the people we've identified, came through the connect network, which is the network that the city of city and county of San Today set up to be able to get resource is two people who need them. And so if anybody needs help, they should be looking at Connect Network, which is Santa Fe n. M dot gov backslash connect on Deacon Google Connect Santa Fe and it comes up to and then they connect you to resource is and that's how we've identified. These 600 people who need help paying their utility bills. And so I absolutely encourage others. If they need that help, Theo, get in touch there is this opening the door is their deadline. Work. I'm trying to raise this.

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Rising up to 25 minutes after two and 2 30, We'll talk with Jonathan Boyd and Dr Johnson and 3 30 today. Tomorrow, Thursday and Friday fest. Oh, chose So here's the latest polling on the Georgia Senate races. Thies Air both by W. X A TV and survey USA, the race between Purdue and also has Ausaf up by five us off the Democrat for do the incumbent US off up by five. And the other special election Senate race in Georgia. The incumbent, Kelly Leffler. The robot is losing to the Reverend. That's good. The robot is losing to the Reverend. She is very robotic by seven points. Reverend Warnock by 7.52 to 45 over the wealthiest United States, senator estimated be worth a half a billion dollars. She came up from the bootstraps. She waitressed paycheck to paycheck. And by the way, the reverend is a liberal, progressive, radical Communist. She says over and over and over again. But the reverend is winning by seven and Jonathan is winning by five. So those hold true those happened. It'll be amazing, all right in the in the in the world of Republicans kind of insanity. We have heard for months now. Before the election during the election, Election day election night every day, since from Fox and Newsmax and all these whack jobs. That's smart Vote and Dominion. Are crooked and corrupt. Smartmatic and Dominion. The two companies that built the voting machines and they've been called every dirty name in the book. By Trump and all of his loyal was to an People in the media. So then there are people in the media. Not a long letter. From the attorneys from Dominion and Smartphone. Saying either stop. And retract everything you said, or we'll see you in court. You could hear the screeching of tires and Newsmax and Fox and Fox business. Lou Dobbs app apoplectic. Oh, whoa! I'm so no. We never said you were crooked. We never said you were owned by Venezuela or accepting Chinese when we didn't say that, did we? Janine. Parole. Oh, did we? Yes. Yes, you did. So you heard this creature to the breaks in the tires and sliding. He could smell the smoke of Fox and Fox Business and Newsmax and all these all all the host and everybody else is like, Stop! Stop. They have started retract. Some of it actually live and in person, and some of it like really lame. Pre recorded messages. Some, You know some some slick e boy suit. In the corporate office. Part of the letter said. Either Dominion nor Smartmatic. Well, actually, the this is the retraction from John Tobacco. I kid you not from Fox. Host. That's his actual name, John Tabaka. Yesterday. Neither Dominion Nor Smartmatic has any relationship with George. So our sorrows. Smartmatic is the U. S company and not owned by Venezuelan government, Hugo Chavez or any foreign official or entity. Smartmatic States. It has no operations in Venezuela. Newsmax attend to do clarify their misinformation, disinformation, propaganda and lies. Delivered after Smartmatic issued a syriza of legal threats. Friday, Top rated Fox Business host Lou Dobbs ran a pretaped segment with election security expert Eddie Perez debunking various claims related to Smartmatic in Dominion. Now that was an interview. And Eddie Perez did not know it was going to be used as part of the Rollback of Lou Dobbs his lines. He's taken umbrage to that. Anyway, he went on Lou Dobbs this show and said, No, this is all bunk. Not Venezuelan. They're not Chinese Hugo Chavez. They're not owned by George Soros. And then Lou Dobbs. These sleazy Lou Dobbs use that interview as part of his Effort. Tol get out of hot water legally anyway, it's whole areas. I find it absolutely hilarious and the likes of Kelly La Flor, the senator. Who is running for reelection in Georgia. All right. We'll take a time out and we will come right back with Jonathan Boyd will talk about raising money to pay people's utility.

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Download the APP. It really is the future of banking. Here. Weather Channel forecast for this Wednesday. Sunny high of 77 Tonight Slow 54 right now. Clear Skies of 41 degrees 6 31 at news radio 1200 w o A. I Fizer and its German partner by on text as a final analysis of their Corona virus vaccine shows it is 95% effective and earlier evaluation reported the vaccine to be more than 90%, effective advisor said it will seek emergency youth used authorization from the FDA within days. Visor and buy on. Tech expects to produce as many as 50 million doses of the vaccine this year and up to 1.3 billion doses in 2021. Even with the vaccine, experts say, We're not out of the woods, UT essay by biology professor Carl closed as there are growing signs that people who have been infected with the virus could be facing long term health problems. Some of those issues are people who showed no symptomology at all. And then, after the fact they notice that there's issues with their hearts has issues with their brain, he says. There is increasing evidence that there may be mild brain damage that occurs in many survivors, causing subtle cognitive, behavioral and psychological problems. A North Texas fire chief is reporting minor side effects after participating in the modern A Corona virus. Vaccine trial Chief Jonathan Boyd of the Allen Fire Department says he doesn't know if he was given the vaccine or a placebo in the trial. But he says he did develop a low grade fever after getting the two shots on one emergency room nurse says patients literally dying from covert 19 are in denial that they have the virus. It walks like a duck and talks like a duck. It's a duck like I hate to tell you You're Cupid, but that's what you have, You know, even after positive results come back. Some people just don't believe it. That's South Dakota. Er nurse Jody during her warning comes is the White House coronavirus Task Force reports there is now aggressive, unrelenting, expanding broad community spread across the country, reaching most counties without evidence of improvement, but rather further deterioration. And so many new cases has hospitals across the country, reaching the breaking point, leading to dire warnings about full hospitals, exhausted health care workers and potential lockdown. San Antonio's covert 19 numbers are still trending in the wrong direction that Mayor Ron Nirenberg says the risk level for schools remains in the moderate zone in person instruction, if offered should prioritize special needs students at risk students and.

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"So studio space is by application on we have a secure 12 committee that are volunteers from arts community in Santa Fe. To review those applications. Yes, quickly about who they are, because I know I know most of them, but Who's on your curatorial committee will give him shout out. Yes, sure. We I mean, Amber. Dawn it II Joanne LeFrak it sight Santa Fe. CASS Murphy at the Coast Center. Aerial attack at the O'Keefe. On then vital spaces has one seat as well. Did I just forget anybody or is I didn't know that's what I saw was perfect. And that was really us. You know, looking Tio if I tap the cultural and institutional knowledge when we first that we formed this curatorial committee to help guide us in our selection process, right when we began and we were hoping to tap the many different voices in the institutions of our city, and I think we're now thinking about also expanding the curatorial committee to just conclude Mohr Artists and more of the grassroots elements of the community that we support. I want to be present in our organization. That's great, so it's vital spaces stud or you can go there and learn more about the current exhibition that apology. It's an installation project that's up all over town in Santa Fe, as well as in Albuquerque and into house on Biff. You're an artist. You Khun go, and there's an applied but like, he said, and you can apply for either studios face or other ways to be involved. There's also donate button on your website. So if people are interested in supporting you, they can They can get in contact information. They're so Jonathan Boyd and Hannah. Yo, Helen. Thank you so much for being on coffee and culture today. Thank you for having us and we'll be right back in just a few minutes. Don't go away. We'll be right.

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Minutes to fifteen day MA Ryedale of Friday even pandemic Friday seventy eight degrees now holds a JD maybe a little over eighty today pretty much the same tomorrow and Sunday sunny warm Monday in the mid eighties maybe upper eighties on Monday chance of rain chances under storms on Tuesday and Wednesday blue skies white puffy clouds seventy eight degrees and state capitol we'll talk with race then of all about this over at two thirty today Jonathan Boyd who has an organization called vital spaces there and doing a really cool thing with or windows at three in the in Canada for Congress congressional district number three and that raises got taken up a little bit over dark money this week John Blair Canada John Blair will join us at three thirty today there is now though is the artist and teacher Robbie Firestone Robbie haven great Richard how are you I mean great as well we're lucky to be great right we really are and and I was listening to that weather forecast thinking I'm so glad I got my trail running early in the morning rather than now eighty degrees yeah well you know yeah I know you would be just you know with heat heat heat exhaustion and all of that because it's eighty degrees in the mail I'm kidding all right Robbie tells a little bit about your background you have the very very deep background as an artist thank you thank you I I think portraits.

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Vital spaces really cool organization here in town and they are going to hand out cold hard cash to a people who create their own version of New Mexico art I'm trying do you guys have been doing amazing work you know making your dog into were you know a Vermeer of a woman with a pearl earring and you know just doing amazing re interpretations of art this is for New Mexico or I don't know if it'll will include ground Georgia o'keeffe Glenna Goodacre but we'll find out from Jonathan Boyd today thank you and you can win cold hard cash and Dr windy Johnson medical director at la familia Medical Center three thirty today she'll join us as he has every week talk about Kobe nineteen what have we learned the last week well we have one of the things we've learned for sure is this Santa Fe is doing well we have a part to the other you know a scant number of new cases every week in Santa Fe though the numbers that the last numbers I saw from the department health yesterday were incomplete because some of the private labs had not reported well I think we had one new case in Santa Fe yesterday maybe a total of three over the weekend and that's only partial reporting but we're doing well we're doing well people are staying home people are doing what they need to do to slow the growth of coronavirus in in Santa Fe and Santa Fe county we're doing okay so that's the line if you wanna call in right now and talk about it you can yell at me you know if you're pro trump you can call in and yell at me that's fine four two four twelve sixty my emails Richard to Santa Fe dot com Richard is cinematic in some possible some possible good news I might jinx it here I'll knock on wood and throw some salt and you know all that kind of stuff I may I may jinx it but occasionally I get emails complaining about a a particular right wing news site add the plays at the top of every hour during the national news we do not make a dime off of that that is Amanda plays during the national news from Westwood One but I did contact Westwood One again today and I said please please please I'm getting complaints you know this pro right hello but I don't know Randy do their would which is Alex Jones pro Sean Spicer pro Donald Trump website can is there anything you can do and they actually wrote me back finally today instead yeah we will we will attempt to block that spot out of your national news if you wanted to and I said please yeah I do that because it is the I get annoyed but it's not us it's the national news and they make money we don't make a dime off those spots United States Supreme Court announced today they decided today in a very important case and could let a lot of convicted serious criminals who are in prison get a new trial nice day to bring court ruled today that the constitutional guarantee of trial by jury requires a unanimous verdict in serious crimes case brought by a Louisiana man convicted of murder and according to Reuters this does pave the way for potentially hundreds of defendants found guilty why did vita jurors to recieve new trial only two of our fifty states Louisiana and Oregon have permitted non unanimous verdicts forty eight require unanimous verdicts Louisiana and Oregon even in serious serious cases do not require unanimous verdicts so potentially hundreds of cases could go back for new trials reading writing for the court it was a sixty three ruling conservative justice Neil Gorsuch noted that the non unanimous verdict we requirement in both states trace back to past racist policies intended to reduce the power of non white jurors to influence the outcome of trial so United States Supreme Court ruling today that all verdicts and really serious cases must be unanimous take a break come back talk to author and goat herder Doug fine dog lives in southern New Mexico the book we got some really nice.

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Me Jonathan Boyd vital spaces dot O. R. G. founder and director Richard needs your house today I'll be right back talk twelve sixty one of three seven K. D. R. C. and of course we stream incentive pay dot com and podcast at Santa Fe dot com slash K. T. R. C. be right back only right back to coffee and culture here on Katie RC he always talk later this coming bank counter is the best place to visit online from music community events festivals and sporting events with over seventy thousand visitors each month Sentifi dot com is a proven resource you can count on to find something great to deal in Santa Fe ski Santa Fe is having a record season and we want you to share in the fun weekdays at ski Santa Fe we are now offering buy one get one half off on lift tickets get this deal now only in ski Santa Fe dot com restrictions apply join John Cocteau cinema and S. M. sterling as he discusses his latest novel shadows of annihilation interviewed by Emily mon the third novel in a World War one alternate history series were America's greatest weapon against Germany is black chamber secret agent loose Maley and technical genius zero Wayland join us for a special author meet and greet and signing Sunday March eighth at four PM for more information visit John Cocteau cinema dot com I'm Carol rose from Amanda's flowers with ten reasons to send flowers I love you I'm sorry thank you congratulations my parents are coming guess what honey you're a great friend I didn't mean it that way I'll be home soon you rock or.

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"A vital spaces and Jonathan Boyd is here from vital space to Jonathan good afternoon how are you today doing great thanks for having me Richard all right this is a really cool really cool no non profit here in Santa Fe Kinney K. kind of describe to us what the mission of vital spaces is the mission of vital spaces is to make use of under utilized buildings meaning any empty building throughout the whole city that is vacant for whatever reason redevelopment for lease for sale or just empty and then turn those into opportunities to create affordable spaces for artistic community to work show and connect okay how long have you been in existence we are in existence coming up on one year and we have done a lot in that one year all right so you recently signed a lease for a building in the midtown campus area and everybody you know lot of people are gone well how can they do that but it's basically a short term lease until the development begins correct so that's why it's worked so we are not doing what a lot of people approach the city for a lot of projects on the Middletown campus and the city shied away from a lot of those projects because they were looking for permanent homes and I think the city was reticent to work with anyone in the idea of getting a black eye when kicking them out when that would inevitably happen and part of our mission statement is the temporary nature of what we do so are permanence is through our rotation around the city in many locations and that really appealed to everyone in the city understanding that we are directly interim we are addressing this time not thinking about what's happening in two three or five years from now you have not actually put on an attorney on retainer to sue the city when they try exactly because I mean that is the nature of what you guys do you kind of the itinerant vagabond artist advocate is essentially right exactly I mean there's a lot of components to what we do because it not only ties into helping artistic community but it also ties into a city vibrancy project because empty spaces are no good for anybody right anybody wants the downtown and sees an empty storefront wonders why that is and so that's part of the project is saying let's use this space there's no reason it needs to be empty and it really works for everyone in the sense that not only are the artists given space to work or show their work but it also works for building owners I mean a lot of problems the city has had with the campus has been because they are holding empty buildings and nobody sees a leak nobody sees a water main no heater line right or whatever it is which applies to many other buildings they've occupied on a temporary basis you're there you're kind of a caretaker absolutely all right so what building and in the midtown campus and who's going to I mean kind of give us a description of what's going to happen there so we are working on the southwest annex of the library it was the fine arts gallery so for those familiar when you're facing the Fogelson library it's on the right and then the four buildings on the left which is a hundred eighty seat theater like lecture hall rom and then the focus on libraries right there so we are right now working to put up four to six foot temporary dividers and create the studio space because it really was a gallery space light open floor plan so we'll have eight working artist studios the space and we're also really looking at a lot of educational partnerships to be able to host educational programming throughout the summer given that we are so closely tied in there with the schools when do you intend to occupy it we are occupied you're in it we're in it we have you working on we are working on it we cleared it out just yesterday of all the things and moved into the other storage buildings around the campus that are in there and we are just waiting because it's a city owned building we had to permit through this eight for these temporary dividers and so we're waiting on that permit and then we will have our artists in there hopefully in a couple weeks Jonathan Boyd is our guest on copying culture from vital spaces founder and director vital spaces I'm Richard easier hosted in copying culture all right so you guys don't you get you waste no time basically sign a lease got some providers are going to move in eight artists will occupy the space exactly have you already started identifying these artists have you had some sign up do you have room for more so this is the last time I came on the show with you was to talk about the open call for entry for artists to apply and that's that vital spaces dot org and Jill is still it's it's a rolling entry and our core curatorial committee which is composed of curators and many great organizations the o'keefe we have aerial protect we have Joanne frac from site we have best Murphy from McAllen we have amber don Baer of my A. I. A. all review the court they applications quarterly goal but apply anytime please do that vital spaces dot org and so we have a list of people accepted already from the last quarterly application and probably waiting list we do yeah so great potentially now they have a room we well I mean we turned up this building in the last few months and we've got our eyes on a few more and so are the ideas that we can keep working and keep taking more people what kind of artist do you try and do a cross section you're trying do all painters oral printmakers are all sculptors or I mean I artist in need pretty much any artist indeed we try to evaluate based on not only the need but what they bring to the project and what the city you know once the fee based on what these curators think it's important to be shown our our mission is about underrepresented arts and that could mean both people and styles of art and that's what we're focused on so we have everything from poets and writers to dance to print makers to they only to who I really yeah yeah all in one space I am trying you trying match personalities we haven't gotten that it psychological profiling yet for vital spaces year one we are not there well it is the space between the ears I mean this is really cool and it has to be very exciting for the some of the artists there like maybe just emerging or maybe often found them if found themselves in a in need of a studio in there you are and I think that it's really what the feedback we're getting a lot which is an interesting thing that's happening is just that the artists create their own community and so it creates a lot of cross pollination increase projects that develop amongst themselves I mean where Sean is one of our artists and he was on the cover of the reporter he has a really cool story in fact absolutely and he brings a lot of energy to the project and get other artists in the building involved he's one of our terrace street artists and we're now really branching into educational programming and so specifically for the studios on the campus is going to be the the artists who decide to take those are going to be agreeing to engage in educational programming as part of their agreement to that studio so partnering with make windows school for the arts are I a I a or school design the Santa Fe school district and the city are the two partnerships were really flushing out as well as the Santa Fe Indian center were in early discussions with bind K. specifically the school district and the city thinking about the city's youth program that they hold that Driskell center right now that eight hundred kids in there last summer and we hope to be able to offer arts programming it's right there were already on the campus so it seems like a natural partnership which is flushing that out and really excited about the possibility of it Art Institute as well I'm at with Jamie Blosser absolutely we are on campuses ABS absolutely Jamie and I I mean take communication about what we're doing to make sure we're on the same page and we are just exploring ways we can work together our guest is Jonathan Boyd founder director of vital space is vital spaces dot orgy yeah all right if you want to apply can people can an artist have two spaces can they be B. and in multiple places if if if you have room and they have the need I mean we have the exhibition space and we have okay so absolutely we encourage our artists who are in our studios to use our exhibition space and but we would never offer to studios to one artist because we have such too many lines for need in this city for studio space that's why things I've learnt M. in this project as I thought I was going to be creating a lot of exhibition space around the city for people to see art and it turns out that everybody just needs a place to work all right so basically mixed use is is what they're looking at at vital spaces Jonathan border guess rigid need your house take a break we'll come back with more about vital space is not just a midtown campus but other buildings are planning or are already occupying the listing to talk twelve sixty one of three seven KPRC copying culture the podcast goes up after the show if you need a room we listened to it could listen to the whole thing or you want to share it at Santa Fe dot com slash.

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"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"jonathan boyd" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"His tweet by saying the trump administration needs to bring any discussion of war with Iran to Congress as the constitution requires I'm Brian combs newsradio seven W. of the latest traffic and weather together this Wednesday night no major delays are accidents currently on the freeway side streets looking good as well now the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. topic tonight clearance seasonal over twenty seven now for tomorrow sunshine to mostly cloudy through the day a high of fifty four at night clouds in forty eight and then rain on Friday from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar is clear twenty nine degrees a Hamilton man is heading to prison for sexually assaulting a trial Jonathan Boyd sentence this week to life in prison without parole possible after fifteen years Boyd pleading guilty to forcing a child to perform a sex act on camera back in two thousand eighteen radio seven hundred W. L. W. sports the Reds are getting ready for their care of and the rolls out in four different directions north south east and west on January sixteenth to bring our players and front office coaches and leadership on the road to come to your market to tell you how much we appreciate you being a red span in your backyard Castellini president of the Reds the annual caravan hits places like Indianapolis Columbus Nashville in Charleston West Virginia I'm Matt Rees newsradio seven hundred W. out about the what's at the Wall Street find out how stocks did today stocks rally on hopes that the US and Iran are backing away from the edge of war the Dow jumped a hundred sixty two point the S. and P. five hundred added sixteen for the day in the nasdaq's third sixty one points for a record close the rally capped a whirlwind of reversals in markets around the world investments initially real early Wednesday after Ron fired missiles at two military bases in Iraq that helps US troops retaliation for drone strike that killed a top Iranian general last week Dow futures were down more than four hundred points overnight Terry Alden or ABC news next update will be at eleven o'clock rob carpenter news radio seven hundred W. well double a revolution in lung cancer treatment is happening at the James proving lung cancer isn't solely defined by location and stage but rather the individual molecules in jeans that Dr simply put there is no routine lung cancer that's where a world renowned specialist put their expertise towards treating one particular lung cancer yours at the James we go beyond the routine to prevent detect treat and cure your line cancer to learn more call one eight hundred two nine three five zero six six discover fresh time where you can stock up now during our biggest store weight organic sale of the year with great prices like buy one get one free organic blueberries raspberries or blackberries and twenty percent off all their D. farm organic beef and all fresh thyme antibiotic free chicken fresh times the grocery store that makes it easy to choose the best for your family with our huge selection.