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"justin smith" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"And people with hiv among others organ transplant recipients for example and they must take medications to actually suppress their immune systems so their bodies do not reject the new oregon's one small study of these patients found that the majority never developed antibodies to covert nineteen after they were fully vaccinated others only developed low levels of protection now in that study. This study that was generated out of johns hopkins university. A third dose increase their antibody levels of boosts in immunity would likely be very welcome to those who never had a good response from the first two shots. And many of you might be wondering. And we've had this discussion about your response. Or perhaps a better said of the lack thereof to the cove in nineteen vaccine be at dirna be adviser Be jane j. Whatever the case may be but in the to shot regimen. I know we spent some time discussing this. Because yeah i had a reaction to the first shot as did My technical producer ryan kelly. Both of us had the first shot and it was like good luck lifting. Your arm had a little fatigue as well and the second shot. When i got it i actually looked at the nurse. That was giving me the injection. And she's putting a band aid on my arm. And i'm like to to even give me the shot. It didn't even feel it. And i had very little reaction to the second shot so again That doesn't necessarily determine whether the vaccine is working for you or not but nonetheless boosted mundi would likely be welcome to those who have never had a good response from the first two shots as doctors have continued to advise those patients to continue with physical distancing and mass usage despite the vaccinations well. Cdc has jumped on board as well. Eight fifty seven now. Thirteen kfi k. While the whole sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten kfi k. Unc bears football and basketball or a northern colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. Right here host. The noko now next..
"justin smith" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"23 year old Justin Smith. He's accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend in Philadelphia. Her body was found earlier this month after she was shot in the head. Several times. Investigators describe their search for Smith is very active. The FBI is also now offering a cash reward for information leading to his capture. But that he should be considered armed and dangerous. Fox's Tom Graham Syrian missile lands in southern Israel. The Israeli military says it was fired at one of its jets and missed hurting No one on the ground. Strikes were launched against the missile launcher and anti defense systems in Syria and response with four soldiers reported injured. Meantime, Syria has its first female presidential candidate. Serious parliament says a woman from Damascus named Fatten Alina Heart has applied to run for president. It would be the first time a woman has made a bid for the country's top job. Little is known about the candidate, although her chances of victory and next month's vote are thought to be zero. Current President Bashar Assad is running again Aunt. Observers typically dismissed Syrian elections as rigged. In London. Simon Oh, in Fox News. More guest host or announced to finish this season of jeopardy. A new side of jeopardy. Hosts were revealed as the hunt for a permanent one to replace Alex Trebek continues. The iconic game show host died in November following a battle with pancreatic cancer at 80 years old Sony television show announced that George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, LeVar Burton David Faber and Joe Buck will take turns hosting the rest of the season's episodes. They joined former champ Ken Jennings, Katie Couric and Aaron Rodgers of all Guest hosted the Syriza this year. As part of their appearance, a donation will be made to a charity of their choice. The amount donated will equal the winnings of the contestants that compete on their shows. That's Michelle Pelino. I'm Chris.
"justin smith" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"30 Davis with plain of his life, Alex Smith with the play of his life. Yes, Good times. Good times can be our NPR FM, San Francisco, these sports leader Oh, man. Alden Smith. There's been a warrant issued for all the Smiths arrests in the Great State of Louisiana. Apparently, Alden Smith got into some sort of kerfuffle. Sort of a Home depot in Shell met Louisiana. It's AH battery warrant. For Aldon Smith, who Just can't get right cannot get right. Nice comeback story for all the Smiths last year, Larry when you sign with the Cowboys had a decent season for the Cowboys and just a few short days ago. The Seattle Seahawks sign Alden Smith to a one year deal. A few short days after that. Alden Smith. Got into this alleged altercation in Louisiana, where there's now current warrant. Has been issued for his arrest all than Smith. With the help of Justin Smith was for one year and incredible. Football player from the defensive side of the ball. Has missed more than four seasons. Because of suspensions due to alcohol abuse, mainly and other transgressions. So Just got I just feel bad for him just on the human level, man because he just he cannot get it, right? Yeah, yeah. One of my favorite guys, too. As far as I used to love talking to this guy after the game, he really smart, really bright guys for us really saw the game well, and like you could go to him and talk to him about The defense of Game plan or what he saw and man he would crystallize that he was really, really good at that. Um and he just has internal demons. I'll say this that I do remember the very first time I saw you on the football field face to face was at mini camp after the draft. Can. The first time I saw this guy. I thought all my goodness, they got something here. I mean, he was talking about a guy who who looked the part of what you want of Ah 43 defensive end. We're talking about 2 70 ripped long arms. Huge hands. Very powerful, Very explosive. Very athletic. Unbelievable balance. Unbelievable. Explosive explosiveness. I think he had, like, was an 18 or 19 sacks, right? It was a ton out of are you a year? It was, but he had, like, like, almost 20 sacks. Yeah, I mean, he was so so unbelievable and could have had this incredible career, but he's just He's obviously has fought some demons, and these demons predate him showing up to the 40 Niners. I know there was there were people that had some some flags on him coming out in the draft. Um, that they were concerned about, but Get 19.5 sacks and 2012 19 a half. Tim just said in our in our ears. Unbelievable. I mean, the guy guy was terrific pass rusher, and you're right. I mean, it's like you've got to talk about Justin Smith. When you talk about all that, because Hmm. They re about two blockers. So Alden Smith, uh, athleticism. Yeah. These guys were so good on what the so good T t t. Uh You know, tackle end stunts where that takes some timing and it takes some practice and people think it all just comes together. But it takes communication and those guys had We'll take Justin's amount to willingly and Takes a dominant player for sure. But you also get a quote for him. The willingly and also very competently occupied two blockers. So the Smith cake Okay the quarterback because it's not like they worked on that thing for years. That was pretty off the rip it and it's not t take away from what All this meant did cause he got the sex. But you may just the Smith was a monster. And all the Smith is not having 18.5 sack year if Justin Smith is not to his immediate left. It does not. No doubt, but they work so well off each other. And then Justin also embraced Alden early on and served as a motivator and educated him on defensive line play because, you know, you look a defensive lineman, and you're like, Oh, wow. This is all a physical position, and it's so not it's. It's like one of the most technique rich positions on the field, and that's why you have guys who are older. Oftentimes sacking the quarterback at a high rate, you're like, How is this old guy's still getting there? Because it's technique. It's about hand placement in hand usage and all these things that you can get really a whole lot better at If you watch film and your technician and you study your craft, so, but Alden Smith got coached. He had all the physical ability. But then he got coached up on on the technique at a very young age, and it all clicked and those guys These guys were unbelievable. And then you got Willis and Bowman and Brooks and all these other guys, you know? Does Sean and Dante Whitner Carlos Rogers? I mean, that thing came together. Um, you know with I mean, I know I'm pretty bashes on balky but balky muk Lewin Harbaugh them in that they're the Niners roster really came together when they got hardball and really before that, but Hey, put the finishing touches and added some tremendous coaches and it really took off. Maybe this is all a misunderstanding. Maybe this is the press, saying all the space name attached to Uh, this warrant issued for his arrest in Louisiana and we I Have run with it. Hopefully, this guy could get his life together. If this is indeed true. I just don't I don't know him. But just on the human level, you root for the dear, Because if this this is this thing, just a guy who who is He's got This is some lifelong stuff He's got to deal with, because I mean, how do you get yourself back into you get reinstated by the league. It's not like the Cowboys like I will take it because we need him. He had to get reinstated first. The commissioner's offers office had to take him off the You keep doing dumb stuff list reinstated him goes to the Cowboys has a good year them in sacks let him has a good year. Hartley's that into the Seahawks taking a one year flyer on him. He did. I know he did a few interviews. I didn't read them or see them, but it was basically of the variety of you know, I know I made some mistakes and try to turn my life around and I'm in a good place right now and then your name is attached. To this I just mean that It just defies logic that he could work so hard to get back to where he wants to be, which is in the league making money. Get after the quarterback, and then you get involved in something that maybe it wasn't his own doing. Maybe it's a misunderstanding. But if it's not You mean you got yourself into this situation after doing all that hard work to get off the commissioners?.
"justin smith" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"They've already got a fair amount of containment and with that aircraft support and eighty plus people on the ground, I'm feeling good right now obviously, today's another rough weather day for us. You know not not high winds but still hot. So that would certainly concerned everybody in the area any indication as to the source of that loose down fire. You. Know what we're looking at right now based on where it started and when we're working with the belief we're probably deal with the lightning star. We'll be looking at that but that's the reminder we talked to the community. It's always nice to hear a storms coming through and you know a couple of days earlier we had a couple of. storms blow through. However, they brought very little moisture and they brought lightning and so I know we watch the lightning strikes. We had states multimodal aircraft up helping us to look for potential start. So at this point unless we see something different, it's certainly looking like lightning str- start up there. We had another one on Saturdays well up off of. Cherokee Park road near eating reservoir that one was contained to just a few trees and again, look like a lightning strike. Well, that is very good to hear turn into that Cameron peak fire growing to eighteen thousand, two, hundred, eighty, seven acres on Sunday twenty eight point six square miles zero percent containment as of last night where do we stand on that? Well. I wouldn't important thing to to share with you on that gale is that it's moved more westerly than anything which is really a surprise to us typically the winds for us you know blow and pull that stuff. More forward, and we were concerned about it coming the biggest concern population wise is for it to go north and east and be pushed.
"justin smith" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Focusing on the because I think also tied at my previous. Comments on advertising in the more can deliver of very very specific narrower. Targetted segments of audiences I think better. The advertising opportunities the monetization opportunities, even even the subscription opportunity, so we've lost a number of verticals like Bloomberg. Green, which is may may be one of the world's first dedicated multi-platform media. Brad's to focus on climate change just acquired city lab from my Alma Mater. The Atlantic REC- lab, which is a of multimedia, global brands focused urbanization. We Sabih of Arp New Economy for him. Which is our our signature events in in in in Beijing China? which is also a niche a digital? And Related Brand We've got the efforts that are around modernizing transforming. Our AD business for his closed platform, world and one key part that would be key at that we're working on. To positions to come through this in the longer term Islam putting a lot more emphasis in investment into into into next generation video opportunity so. Probably, the largest non initiative at Bloomberg media is. Is the quick take video news brand, which is which originally was called tiktok until Chinese Tiktok made it clear that we needed to change our brand. New York going to beat them on now now we weren't anyway. It was just bad timing. START OFF AS A. Twitter and we have a video news platform on twitter. Who Simply? Doing. A social video news clips of round the world. On twitter and became the largest publisher video on twitter. then moved it now. To Youtube facebook to instagram. Reaches over one hundred over fifty million unique month now just after two years, and we're now going to be later this year taking that quick take brandon into the OTT space in launching. Ten hours of. Dedicated streaming programming to to participate both in the of primarily in the streaming not advertising space If you look at the future of advertising, something like you know today, eighty billion dollars of revenue are is being. Is being spent in in a in connected of tea, and it's going to grow to two hundred, sixty billion by twenty, twenty four. It's really. To be a significant significant growth opportunity in so we we see probably more advertising on the than we do. See subscription fee opportunity in the OT landscape. And they'll. Go on like if I go on like Roku I'll be able to find quick. Take you you, you will, you will ever starting to. Announced, the formal launch yet, but quick tank is is going to move from being of a social video platform to a social video and Ott. Streaming Platform,.
"justin smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Today eleven points for him nine of the first half the knock down one out of two at the free throw line and now he's one out of three as he's looking for his here is the shot was really into the ball game for Williams so they're gonna have to bridge a lot of now Indiana has praised Jackson Davis as its only real big in there with your old daughter Justin Smith the other from liners a second shot by the server was good and the Super Bowl for the afternoon Indiana now down to one forty one forty after the Superbowl he rose to the top the tobacco industry on the White Sea looks comes back to the left throws it outside a hundred hundred download injustice from the baseline he turns around and the shot was really that puts up a jump shot that will go for traces got there for the rebound puts it back up again the police inside of the shop forty three to forty with the restore his final this is on the G. problems team up with Kirby arrest for all your electrical supply needs with thirty nine locations throughout Indiana Illinois.
"justin smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Now two thousand he drives in the lane and Justin Smith we call for hand check just as but in the six point five forty three Jerome hundred checks in and Justin Smith no I think they want to change race taps and out of the ballgame adjustable stadium race time since the guide on the sidelines but in the end up leading by six points find game cal sure the strikers four points in the ball game together three earlier and he goes to the stride looking for a free throw to drop me guess what they who's really good his struggles issues at minutes are going to have to make their free throws her both teams in the bonus but yeah yeah I'm not down your free throws missiles really struggle here this evening the second one and he got a boat sure he's got a six point of the game four point in the evolution this basketball green green isn't back off to listen to see between the circles low interest action Davis backstab frozen after the Mante a three pointer on the way the stuff before you shop lost track of where he was on the fourth password trees Jackson days he's got to be able to do that Minnesota's defenders for multiple guys as he drives to the basket good he just lost track of where it was stuck on the sidelines here's a car with a basketball moves it right comes back left in the mayor who's checked in gives off the cal sure on the left wing downloadable Toro estrace inside knocks him to the floor this is there goes down there is one of the fly Richard here is Tennessee outside pass the Justin back to Robby drives a left pulls up brings it back outside redirects traffic thirteen on the shot okay green on the right wing downloaded trace Jackson Davis now against the world grows and outside now he's got to shoot at this is not the trace you'll pull it off from long range two points fifty seven fifty one and the others got the lead back up to six now here is paid Willis slides into the left side on the perimeter yes Marcus card rise and back to the top right down inside he goes throws up a shot will goal was to blow scholars call and this was going to go against you reached and picks up his first the second time turn the corner on Indiana's defense probably one of the best drivers of the basketball for our office is gonna fight through that underneath make sure you can't let that drive on the free throw and all of a sudden the free ones are starting to drop for Minnesota ten points now for car and he tries once again to get it down to a four point game and eleven point fifty seven fifty three the sequel right side outside a trace Jackson Davis the Justin Smith the juror all the white wing now with the blows away from the so that's the final television with the store the soda the seven two three four but.
"justin smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Justin Smith up before on Franklin Franklin across the line drive all the way to the whole frozen UP band rule file again on metal arms his arms fix up another personal that will be his fourth of the ballgame and we will send arm on Franklin to the free throw line arm on the day with three points he knocked down a three quarter in the first half of the store here in the second fifty six point nine seconds now remaining in the school year Frankel eyes number one it's on its way rentals we'll go I'm on is really struggled the line three of six please really struggled shooting the basketball here as the seasons progressed ever since I've Notre Dame game in which he was just phenomenal he is not shot the ball on a consistent basis whatsoever it's the second one he's got four points seventy one fifty eight role filed on the play Tennessee and durable both their own I think the the file to Al Gore about this is the third time to throw against the full court press has been able to come and run right from the half court line right down the center of the fort you get a straight line pass he's been that outlive their that relief for Purdue press nobody from Indiana has realize that that's what he's doing take away that pass so drove just two points of this war game today got those in the first half but he's an eighty percent free throw shooter and he rooms and how good one more shot number two on its way and this one rattles and he's got three seventy two to fifty eight just a strip mall and Mattie finds rob in the C. brings it up to see across the timeline rise Elaine throws it outside reporter black partially rockers up with a loose ball bounces the tracer gets a doubt inside breezy lawyer rejection Davis got is forty four now no jelly Sir will base ball up the court and who drove comes up on the hill taken in there is another big shot for the support of the ball game seventy four sixty back to a fourteen point lead here is out there dumps it inside to trace down Loni DOCSIS one home sixty points for the end and I just too little too late and the defense is just not been good enough I think they're gone sour looks like it no Joe Easter holds on rebels it back outside shock like the game clock for about a second half apart here's eastern reveling it to the left side trace trying to reach an handle just back off now with five going to give to give any of the ball a couple seconds left on the clock they will in India with two point two seconds to go we'll have one last throw up with the basket if that's what happened here answer to see will put up a half court shot that does not drop and that's the end of the ball here final score here seventy four to six continue on mastery over the city at a basketball team they have lost six in a row now a and M. nine of the last ten meetings up along the border makers as well finally was seventy four.
"justin smith" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"And financial media space and I just thought I would kick you guys off today with a quick presentation about how I and in my colleagues and all of us on the ground working we think at a pretty high level in the industry where we see the industry going across the coming years and I call it the future publishing shing brighter but smaller than you think publishing I defined is really content based or journalism based media so it doesn't apply necessarily to everyone and it starts with the reality of the last nine months. We're finishing the third quarter. Two Thousand Nineteen will go down as the year with more terrible more depressing and more final headlines about the state of the media story you literally. If you read all these headlines You would. I think that the publishing industry was UN's last last legs that was about to actually fold and be extinct forever and there's good reason for that I mean as the duopoly is a reality now. In fact it's so much of a reality that's actually becoming more than duopoly because Amazon and Microsoft and linked in have gotten on the fun and for us in the business media space. It's a little known fact but Linden has two billion dollars of display advertising and it's growing at a triple the double digit rate faster than any of the competitors linked in is in fact the largest global beat be media company on the Planet Not The Wall Street Journal Not Bloomberg Berg not others and in addition to that the new the new media emperors really are has been have been shown to have no close the great great disruptors the new business models that were going to energize the media industry and going to replace legacy media really one in by one across this last year and beyond. You've seen them falter. You've seen valuations. Come dramatically down. QB Vice was valued at five point seven billion in two thousand seventeen or six billion. It's now valued that less than maybe one point five one point six billion coming down Disney wrote off their four hundred million dollar our investment advice down to zero and of course the buzzfeed's and the vox is really great companies that were innovating and do new things because of the external journal Environment and because of the role the platform so that actually turned into sort of slower growth companies and fire sales of places like bash -able have have shocked shocked the industry and all of this if you're in the content and journalism business has led to a huge exodus and decline in the number of employees in in actual newsrooms. We've lost twenty five percent of journalists across the entire industry since two thousand eight until two thousand eighteen so you look at all this and you look at these headlines you think my goodness should I change industries you should I pack my bags and give up at this point. All these challenges look so overwhelming and so difficult and yet when you actually break it down piece by piece and talk to I think a lot of people who are on many the many many like you who are on the frontlines every day looking entrepreneurially for new opportunities you actually can embroider picture actually does has emerged in this is sort of counterintuitive hopeful prediction or saying the most important things. I'm not saying that there is absolutely no silver bullet. I think we've been looking for silver bullets for a long time whether it be the decline of the platforms or the rise of new things that publishers can do that the truth is that there's no silver bullet whatsoever so ever but if you look in nooks and crannies of the day to day operations of running a publishing and media company. I see what my colleagues see is a number of of green shoots emerging and in fact from this notion that industry would be dying in two thousand nine thousand nine hundred extinct forever. I think you could actually take a lot more hope. Hope at the years coming forward and I think we may be on at the bottom of a cycle which can be overcome with a lot of smart decisions and here's why so obviously consumer revenue is been the Buzzword two years ago. I spoke at this conference and I said well you know what consumer revenue subscription revenue and pay walls or exciting and great but they really are only been successfully adopted by one two three less than the fingers. You can count your hand. This is not a widespread successful phenomenon and in fact people were being duped into thinking that you throw a paywall wall and all of a sudden. You're going to have consumer revenue. You have a great balance of your revenue streams from Advertising Zoo and that was not the case but again across the last twenty four months months. You're starting to see some shifts in this approach. Obviously we have the whole global consumer shift where brands like Netflix Jason Amazon prime are now selling something like fifteen billion dollars of subscription revenue chasing premium high quality content and you have the same in the music industry which went from literally from like Lazarus rising from the ashes through platforms like spotify create great value for music once again and I think we're going to see something similar in the in the media industry around high quality differentiated content preferrably vertical content vertical industry wise or vertical passion or th- Uzi Azam wise. I don't think if you're a general interest sort of political publication you're necessarily going to succeed with with the paywall but you have places like the athletic which is a brand new brand that came out with a paywall strategy does not have a heritage of being well known but it came out with a view. We're going to produce superior content for a very specific audiences are set of audiences and now the athletic has six hundred thousand subscribers and they're planning planning on hitting one million subscribers by the end of two thousand nineteen. That's pretty impressive a place like the information again a much smaller scale but this is a Silicon Don Valley based publications is still going to be the Wall Street Journal of Technology and in Silicon Valley and they have hired tremendous journalists with great great skills and Dan News gathering capabilities that analysis and they become indispensable for a small group of people now. It's still a small business but it is a subscription business built with a brand new brand from nothing nothing we at Bloomberg had been very fortunate and we may be an outlier because our brand has been around for a long time but we launched a subscription business about fifteen sixteen months ago and and it has been absolutely one of the most successful things that we've ever done we are definitely reaping the rewards of of twenty twenty five years of our content being out there but the blessing here is it quality differentiated content actually will generate consumer revenue more than people believe phase one of this publisher sure platform battle was largely fought over the advertising that was tied up around direct direct response which was in the old world largely actually lived with newspapers and the giant sucking sound of advertising from classifieds into Google search and then ultimately into facebook hundred billion dollars something that something of that nature that round of battle between publishers and platforms was just decisively won by the platforms because frankly they created a direct response mouse trap that was way superior to anything traditional media had round two which is already begun. We're sort of in the throes of is is going to be more about brand advertising. There's two hundred and twenty billion dollars a brand advertising in the world today trapped in Traditional Television Linear TV v and printed some other form the traditional media that is moving rapidly online and then of course you have digital revenue in traditional digital platforms that are now moving to more modern modern platforms to and I think that this this round is still a favourite platforms because of their scale their data all the things we know but I think publishers will. We'll have a slightly better edge this time number one. There's been tons of work around this question of monetize off platform and four three four four five years ago. People just were literally making no money whatsoever. Now you're seeing some examples more and more examples of people building real businesses on top of platforms. It's real businesses with revenues and costs and profits that actually can be measured and for instance in particular not all platforms platforms Youtube and Youtube TV and you look at platforms like twitter where the platforms themselves have given publishers more advantageous revenue splits. It's we at Bloomberg created semi Tick Tock by Bloomberg which is a global social news mobile video channel and tiredly lives on twitter and it's a very very big business and one of the biggest businesses that we have and it's benefiting from the growth levels of social media but the advertiser attaching to it because they're going into Bloomberg brand safe environment that imbedded on a platform and so they're getting the growth the excitement of the platform but then they're getting the safety and the context and the quality city of a brand. That's living on a platform. You could see the same thing with Conde Nast. Actually his is obviously going through its share of changes in new leadership now but they've been talking about the investments they've been making in video and all the different brands what they're doing across different social platforms with video and the possibilities possibilities that they're actually really scaling real business. There is what is what what they're talking about. So this will all lead I think to an improvement in the relationships between platforms and publishers I think the days of it being a sort of a one sided relationship or are coming to an end when you're seeing again the thawing of the relationship in different ways the platforms have significant trust issues still to Saul that have not yet solved the platforms know that it quality content partners actually allow them to solve those trust issues and allow them to maintain engagement facebook's engagement as a platform even though they're way over two billion daily active users has declined almost ten percent across the last eighteen months and so the need for quality content the need for engagement is actually going to force them them to treat publishers with quality content a very different way and you're already beginning to see this. I'm not sure if anyone in the room has been in negotiations with facebook about their new surface news product. We're actually for the first time facebook is in fact licensing content directly from quality publishers and paying them significant dollars across multiple years. This is is not the same as facebook watch deals where they licensed to show and that was it so new relationships better economics for publishers. I think that's those are things we can expect for. Look for one really really important point and this is the we've talked a lot about Bloomberg and Brian mentioned this which Chizzy we've all diversified revenue streams as far as we possibly can. I mean we're ten fifteen years into this. This changes this disruption and we've gone from advertising subscriptions to events to e Commerce to licensing. We've done everything so what do you do once you've just you've squeezed all the value out of your existing model. Well you actually can adopt a new strategy which you can just jump over the wall that of your existing brand portfolio actually create a new brand that actually that leverages a lot of the assets of your existing brand new brand can be extremely high growth exciting place like social video mobile global whatever it may be and you're seeing publishers create completely new businesses as a form of revenue new diversification so think of Buzzfeed buzzfeed in two thousand eighteen announced that they had one hundred million dollars of brand new revenue that had come the last twenty four months from new businesses new activities so buzz big part of that was buzzfeed launching tasty tasty was a brand it was not the buzzfeed. GRANDPA's a new brand Dan within their within their environment that they created which actually juries so much growth at Bloomberg media last year we could see the writing on the wall on digital advertising and how difficult is going to be in so we said to our all of our colleagues we're GONNA launch four brand new businesses in two thousand eighteen because all of our growth is going to come from disruptive new activities which which we're GONNA launch offensively against other legacy players and be the disrupt ourselves so we launched a competitor's World Economic Forum in Davos which is obviously this big gathering CEOS and heads of state and Switzerland launched a new one in China and that is now a very high growth business we launched tick tock which is really going after the Global News News space as the BBC's the CNN's and so any any of us can do this. You don't have to be limited to diversification from your existing portfolio short one here. A programmatic obviously sleep is central and becoming sort of almost the de facto way that we do all do business and will continue to be more that way. I think that the shift shift between open exchanges moving towards direct programmatic relationships and moving towards private marketplaces is obviously dramatically underway okay we're seeing this across all of our businesses at Bloomberg and our competitors businesses and we're seeing it ability to actually move up the pricing and the value funnel in the process which is very very helpful and I think four out of five programmatic dollars in twenty twenty are going to be bought either direct or be bought through. PMP's which is a big change changed from the past now a quick break for a message from our sponsor global web index. Did you know over half of consumers. Globally are blocking ads online..
"justin smith" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Before we get to this week's episode I WanNa tell you about an upcoming event. We are holding it is called the digital hot topic e mail for publishers. I love email. I hope.
"justin smith" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Game plan for three weeks from now your game plan and would beat the other team the one game yeah and then the next week you game plan something else there was somebody are you can put you know Denver's got a good defense yeah I think you should throw the ball fifty times on them no no but it is true but and then other chicken farmer going to kill you yeah you know what you didn't hear much from von Miller the whole game they did a pretty good job whatever they did wolf do they throw the ball downfield. Richard risky one waiting to find open receiver he's check get rid of it yeah because of that so realize the game plan you when you got to premiere Pat you for you got three pre project by both kids yeah that inside tackle. what's his what was his name and for the forty Niners from Fangio was our that inside guys. was it Justin Smith under stress thank you brother. he got another one of them yeah. correct you would make a blazer that was realized yeah you will run the ball in your own here not at all this gravel more call real quick before we take a break let's go to Apollo it Darley tonight hello. Hey what are guy thank you for taking my call Hey I wanted to say something real quick we all regarding the tip of it I think you need a little more time what do you guys think about great and bring on you like many. what do I think. I don't know the job the bears would make a deal I don't know that I would want you admitting here. well I don't judge what rules saying thing brother. then win for Denver last week duty now when that's over two hundred ninety two yards we did when one knows a winnable game yeah because we were. way radio doll we will be Joe Flacco games you play on Sunday the better shape you get for the end of the year Flacco is lost five straight starts the longest losing streak of his career and he gets taken out of the Packers at Lambeau later on today no the loss it will talk about that we come back we'll talk about a lot of these we come back we're here till twelve noon mine goes mad ups coming up when we return Steve Mongo McMichael be afraid he'll be there ready already has one clue. it shouldn't be in the weight room. thank you well that could be a lot of people yeah I might be a lot of of what it means coaches too that's right that is my girlfriend right here at ESPN one thousand. was it aggressive an instinctive delight. stocks bears rates. Adrian Peterson with Jay group this coach not exactly a murderer's row game. one thousand. text. message and data rates may apply come on one more rep you got this there it is nice work. thanks man I feel better than I have in years and I gotta tell you taking new Gen X..
"justin smith" Discussed on NFL Live
"I am justin smith and on laundry weingarten and we are men ratings adjusters all right now the advice is how the talk at all right since its creation in nineteen ninety eight be madden football video game series has turned into a big cultural milepost looking united states and around the world ratings day released today who is almost holidays when when it comes to the madden franchise however there is one area that gets the most attention from both players hand gamers away and those were the raid on michael ross in detroit lions beat writer for yes cnn madam be writer and for the first time were gonna peel back the layers and take you inside our rating is made by looking at two rookie quarterback cuyler murray and wide receiver tk metcalf joining me my co host member of the fantasy show on e s p n andy owner of the best beard in the company daniel dopp as well as the two leaders ratings adjusters dustin smith and andre weingarten together they beat a team madam ratings adjusters who sometimes go stadiums throughout the season to help adjust in season rating before all that happens v initial ratings are created and this will explain how that is done along with some other funny stories but they've encountered honored along the way this isn't making overriding i guess just let's just really start here though what's actually jump into this and how do you go about when you look at a player say okay this is where i want him to be do you have a general idea of where you wanna be going into it or do you sit there and legitimately say i have no idea what's gonna happen i say it varies based on how much i've seen the player there are certain players but i definitely i feel really good that i'm expecting them to land in you know a certain probably three four eight a number raynsford overall and maybe the same on like a few other key ratings but yeah i i usually have like an idea if it's a guy from lower tier school that i haven't seen but maybe one game on and i haven't yet to risk being redone scouting reports or anything like that probably gonna be a little bit more like i have like guesstimate of maybe a ten point range but i would expect in the fall into but outside of that yeah i'm not you never really know until you start to get deep into it then you rate and then sometimes a guy which happens frequently sometimes a guy comes out much higher than you were ready for and then maybe you gotta you gotta be like maybe i went too far or maybe he's just kind of being underrated you know there's been guys like that all the time that's kind of come out a little little underrated that you get so much more hyped up bond rating scouting reports watching the tape dante pettis is a perfect example last year was really sad he slid but everything you shop adam got you so am just see him come in and a lot of ratings came out well he tested well so you just assume yeah he's probably gonna be seventy five then it comes out like seventy nine you're like oh that's flow high maybe tweak that 'cause he wasn't the number one wide receiver in the class number ones that we had where dj more in a calvin ridley tied like maybe seventy seven seventy eight feels a little bit more right so you gotta go see where did i maybe go a little too far i guess is probably the best way to explain answer that question another one was a bond maddix who we're both very high on he went fourthround eagles and you know being a fourth round pick you you might expect him to be hey lower level player relative to the rest of the class because it has to matter to some extent where they end up going because if the nfl player one way we might not totally totally agree with the draft location you know special circumstances maurice hurst and company like that but for the most.
"justin smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Justin Smith, rob Royal Langford, Garad Davis, and Al Durham. As July mortgage picked up early foul on this ballgame Davante great picked up to. And he sets. John. I think it's gonna get set. Come back in here in a moment. As Davis goes to the free throw line already a heavy hit two from the stripe and now three in a row. So derive since he came back after that three games sitting from that ankle injury. He has actually been shooting free throws quite well. And the next one knocked down four points Stafford for Doron Davis ties it at eight all looked really comfortable. And that's so big for him. He's he's got such a big body. He's going to get to the free throw line. And he he can step up and knocked down those free throws when Indiana needs them. The most makes us Indian offense much better Dourados sit down and Jon Morgan is replaced him while the hands of cow shirt. Sure feeds off to a thorough gives you the mirror coffee copy goes left side of the past to couch for three and he hit it. That's what he does. He's a very good three point shooter. And he's got his first basket of the game. Minnesota's on top. Eight now fantasy with a basketball top of the key. Takes it to the left has the penetrate throws it off to justed Smith. He drives into the lane pulls up little job. Hook is. No, good rebound knocked away July hit the deck. But Kaushal comes up the rebound. He throws it over to Waltraud drives rights of the lane. I'm lazy. Toro's got his quarterback. Contest already. It's thirteen days. Suddenly a six point advantage. Arthur mega defy parts. I should say. Now here is Aldo the ball between the circles moves to the right throws it off the fittest was not ready to shoot that time. He had a shot. Now, here's Langford Lankford takes into the lane batches out the fittest. He he drives it left to the corner down in the corner to justed Smith is baseline jump shot. Missed you want mortgage. You got the rebound.
"justin smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"He'd rebels it back out. Then takes it into the lane left hand. Layup has gone rob Betsy gets his first field goal of the game is third point grey example, change this pace their flow down. Then reenacted kept deepest guessing Jackson with the ball takes it to the left. Throws it out back writer Caleb Watson's gel on the right wing down. Low comes to washing. He tries to Baghdad Justin Smith. Turns around looks forces up a shot gotta Andrei Watson with his six point of the ball game. But that was just a nice step back. Tough shock thirty two twenty five the lead seven Ohio State with a ball works to the left side. Throws it out the Justin g rebels off. The Rubio Langford Lankford on the right parameters bowls outside with a pass. The Justin Smith pulls up and fourteen feet. Shrimps the shot. No good rebound tipped in the air picked up by CJ Jackson back. The other way comes Ohio State in the lobby Caleb. Westbound low adjustments house them while blocking his shot. Smith was picked up his second foul the ball game. Davidson devante green both having getting set. The check back yet, Brenda. This is a absolute defensive struggle variety. You has as Caleb west coaster decide to the free throw live or trying to get his point of a half already ten points in the game bus far. And he misses that went off the back of the rip seventy pounds. Hailed Watson is in pretty good shape. I mean that was a nice place. The core. Seal off Justin Smith right there. At the free throw line will get the lob over top, Indiana. Like, I said, it's gotta stop the ball and transition find some way to make it more difficult for that down. Westwood One more shot coming the second. One. Also, go to the rebound cups. Jon morgan. We got a foul called on Busa Jolla Janelle had his hand on the back of Borgen JAL, Indiana will get the basket ball out of bounds. Now that to me is like a touch file. Yeah. That showed her boob all the contact that either paint, and they call that it's makes shake your head. Here's Betsy takes a right side. Just to Lankford back outside of comes the Doron on the perimeter off. Green ring comes back outside the fettuccini lost the ball Jackson stripped. It takes down low lays it up and got it. And Jackson's got us four point Jackson. I guy seen that really has been able to out hands or out quick so to speak rob benefit, but he's done it twice in this ball game. Now left side pass comes into the hands of devante and the latest groans and nine now for the buckeyes here is fantasy with a three try off. The Mark short rebound Joon had it for a second. It battles at outside the fantasy rob Briggs back outside. They got plenty of time to work on the clock the data. Davis fakes the pass inside. Now. Backs down Kyle.
"justin smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Here's Justin Smith, rob penicillin left side, baseline Justin Smith thrive. He throws it up their draws the foul. Suggested swept will step to the stripe. He'll have to foul. Call is wrestled against AJ Turner. That'll be as I. I apology. That's his second personal foul. The first of the second half. So to the free throw line goes Justin Smith who has four points on a pair of field goals in the first half. Fifty percent free throw shooter in big ten play fifty seven percent of the season and Indiana needs everything to drop now. And he gets that one a role in five points now for Justin Smith. Indiana trailing thirty five twenty seven. An eight point lead for the cats as Smith will try to make it seven. Sackman shot by Justin his good adjustments. Smith get some both. That's a good side. Justin Smith has six points. Dow it's Indiana trading thirty five twenty eight here's Turner with a basketball against dumps it off right to gains on go play. And they tried to slam. Duck a big law. Tried to go in for an alley. Oop. And couldn't get it out. Great set play by coach Collins bad play by Vic law, that's one. You cannot afford. That was a wide-open dunk pass was a little off. That's when you gotta come down with your Vic law, just laid in tears fit ac- off, the Romeo. Lankford on the left side. Throws it out to Justin finds raw row. Rob, tennessee. Takes a top of the key. Cubs left the past Romeo Langford brings it back to the middle. Throws left. Amac roberts. He throws down inside another bad pass and a fight Ford on the floor. Just John comes up with it. And the jump ball turn. I think ghost Indiana. L durable. Get coming into the ballgame. Now MENDIETA will have it. But there's only eight seconds the Shacklock. Pass by tackling is going to be sitting on the bench here als coming in. It's going to be important for our here. He's going give some wide open looks here. Some kick outs for three. He's one of the better shooters for this Indiana team from outside. He's got to be ready to knock that shot down rob citizen high speed data. Was that Justin Joon Joon? Nice little back screen by out out of bounds underneath wide open on the opposite side of the rim. He is so good Donna catching that ball. And then going up really quick before the defense can recover. Nice one. But a better out of bounds underneath play by coach Archie Mela nicely. John up Indiana could get within four to knock down a free toss. He hit his first tool the ball game. This one is Benjamin Boorda Jeff thirteen and now Indiana's right back here that we haven't even banks you the crowd that I've of Ariza Tana read in this audience as they're almost always is down low. Here's Derek part works on Joon mortgage. Throws up a shot draws the foul. So John picks up his first of this contest. I dare. Left hand drawn gambled. A little bit on that bounce pass pass to the post. A lot of position pardon was able to take right to the middle..
"justin smith" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"Beneath the doom and gloom of media, and there is plenty of believe me. There are bright spots. One quote, unquote, legacy media company. Having a very good year is Bloomberg media, which is on track to top fifteen percent in revenue growth this year, despite declines in print radio and TV. Bloomberg has also spun out an ambitious social video venture tick tock which this week's guest Bloomberg media see, Justin Smith says, is already profitable. I'm Brian, MARCY, and this is the digital podcast. Today's episode I speak with Justin about Bloomberg's big bets on video subscriptions and embarrass new event with a competitor called the new economy forum that Bloomberg is hosting in Singapore in November, looking ahead to two thousand nineteen just and also talks about why a big priority for Bloomberg media is consolidating its latest initiatives versus spinning up new ones. Justin, welcome back to the podcast. Thank you, Brian. Always going to be here. Okay. I want to get into the fundamentals of the business, but I'm gonna start with the giants story that Bloomberg broke. The big hack, which is about Chinese hacking into US computer networks. It's a big story that is everywhere, and it's it's somewhat controversial because the Amazon and apple issued unusually strong denials that now the department of homeland security is echoing. Standing by the story. Of course, we, I mean, listen, I think. Readers of Bloomberg journalism and people familiar with our journalistic organization or newsroom editor and chief John Michael th wait. I think we'll we'll know that you know, we are have some of the most rigorous intense sort of widespread kind of standards and practices for for for for examining our our journalism in our sources. This comes that comes from the history of Bloomberg news as a, it's kind of a data driven newsroom where because you're the original Genesis of Bloomberg news was creating content around that that that emanated from from data to a large extent market data that actually or Gerke data from companies that we would then reveal and turn into journalism which would in turn move markets, which was a key. He benefit of actually acquiring a Bloomberg terminal was that you had access to market moving journalism that was data driven that would. Give you an advantage as a Bloomberg terminal user in as an investor. And so so the the tradition of Bloomberg news goes back to that. You can't, you know, when when you hundreds of millions or billions of dollars.
"justin smith" Discussed on The Assembly Call: IU Basketball Podcast and Postgame Show
"Justin Smith Zach mcroberts doing well. John Justin Zach things, deep three by Justin and beautiful floater from John chief among them. But the most important play of all was the last one as the video wound to a close it cut to Romeo holding the ball on the right wing. Drome hundred was guarding him giving him just a bit too much space Romeo sized Jerome up, elevated and drain the three, the buzzer sounded. And then from off camera, you could hear ballgame. That's ballgame. Men. What Indiana lacked more than anything less season was a guard always ready to take and make big game deciding shots and Romeo will surely have his struggles as a freshman. I'm guessing that being willing to take big shots won't be one of them. That ability just seems to be baked into his basketball DNA. What we saw in that video may well have been the first time Romeo Langford bucket decided game while wearing the cream and crimson. It almost surely won't be the last. Okay. Now let me introduce my esteemed co host for this week show to my left. He is the Doug Peterson of girls, sports, coaching, and Cincinnati. He's the president emeritus of the Robert Johnson fan club, and he is one of the world's most renowned bracket tala GIS? He is Andy bottom Saddam's looms over other bracket tala just the way seven foot three Kristaps Porzingis looms over point guards Andy. What is your bottom line from the past week? That's I don't even know how to. I don't even know how to answer that purchase, the updating with. Peterson thing. Let's get for this. I was I was tempted to mention what you did as well. They also posted something. A picture of John Morgan says, Jay MO, senior position all. So I guess that feels that feels good. We've seen him play many positions and so continuing to see a lot of good things from there. But I think in addition from that. That video. What I took away from it was more kind of the caption that they posted it under even before you cooked into it, it was like practicing, crossed out and battling. Was underneath of it, and I think what you saw on that clip, which was obviously, you know, those were all chosen for specific reasons. I'm sure. But I think the one thing that we really look forward to over the course of the season have talked about a lot is the the battles that we would expect to see at practice the fights replaying time and all those kinds of things. And so you know, it was at least a glimpse into one of the things that to me is the most exciting about these team is, as you think about the progression from last year to this year where last year it felt like you were spending a lot of time trying to figure out how you could cobble together a lineup that would be competitive in one that in the end, did it better than probably what a lot of people would expected, but kind of a weird lineup that if we set out at the beginning of the season that said, this is going to be the rotation, we probably would have looked at each other kind of funny. And I think the big thing for me with this one is, you know, those are going to be five on five legit games and in really competitive situations that are going to test these guys in in in our eyes and the. Is of any fan. Everywhere is something that's gonna make them better prepared for those kinds of battles. When it gets into a key non conference games, big, ten, play all those kinds of things. So it was, it was nice to get a first glimpse into that and to my right t is a columnist for the big lead. He's a co host of the hangover, and he is a man who just had to be tickled pink with joy this week to see that ESPN ranked his beloved Los Angeles chargers in the top ten of their future rankings for NFL interests. Oh, wait, nevermind, screw the chargers. He is Ryan Phillips. I'm stuck in my house all day because I work from home..