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Katie Couric poses makeup-free for People's 'Beautiful Issue'

Colleen and Bradley

00:57 sec | 3 weeks ago

Katie Couric poses makeup-free for People's 'Beautiful Issue'

"Other way. So Katie Couric posed makeup free for people's beautiful issue. And she said that she felt both liberated and vulnerable during the stripped down shoot, She said, You feel great because you're being true to who you are and how you look. It's a huge dose of reality. She 64 years old. Let me just tell you I went to New York to chat with Katie Couric when she launched her short lived talk show, and, um, I sat in her studio with her. And I'd made friends with another journalist who was there They like brought in a bunch of people from all the affiliates that show was launching on to do interviews with her and then promote him. It was very nice. I was in New York for like 20 hours. And, um, hi. So when I finished the interview The other reporters could see what was being shot. In the studio so they could see me talking with her on this woman that I met who is from like a Cleveland or Cincinnati station or something. She was like, Wait until you see yourself in that

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Jeopardy Guest Host Dr Oz Draws Criticism

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Jeopardy Guest Host Dr Oz Draws Criticism

"You guys. I know you guys all heard that they had doctor is on as a guest host for getting getting a little blowback. I don't know if they're trying out new hosts to see who's going to become the permanent replacement. Yeah they're like rotating a lot of different people. So we've got. You know. Aaron rodgers anderson cooper katie couric katie couric sanjay. Gupta kind of random. A random mix of people. I think can jennings guest hosted as well a doctor is. They didn't really realize how how much people were going to be pissed and i'm seeing a blowback by. I'm seeing some kind of like. Not i don't wanna say funny. But some some comments quote this stands in opposition to everything jeopardy stands for fans or calling to boycott the show. There's like you know people collecting signatures. There was a petition. Signed by almost six hundred former contestants from players calling for his removal. They said that you know jeopardy's known for being credibly. Rigorous deserved reputation to then invite doctor is to guest host a slap in the face to all involved right right. That's pretty strong. Pretty strong. i love is true. All of the clues on jeopardy are facts checked if knowledge and oz as we know pushy pseudoscience. And that's not just our opinion his they've been they've been studying what dr oz has been saying and they've come out with reports about how inaccurate and how much crappy has been peddling.

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Katie Couric Taking Over ‘Jeopardy!’ For 2 Weeks; Will Be First Woman To Guest Host

Mo'Kelly

00:22 sec | Last month

Katie Couric Taking Over ‘Jeopardy!’ For 2 Weeks; Will Be First Woman To Guest Host

"Katie Couric will make history on Monday when she host jeopardy as the first woman ever to guest host the show's Twitter page. He's the veteran journalists upcoming appearance. Cork is one of the latest guest to step in and host After Alex Trebek died in November, according to media reports, Cork is set to appear is host from March 8th through the 19th clotted Stefanie in Ko Phi

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New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity

Charlie Parker

01:45 min | 2 months ago

New celebrity guests to host "Jeopardy!" for charity

"We got new jeopardy guest host being announced who's on the list? Okay, Charlie, a couple of names that are interesting and not really surprising. Anderson Cooper from CNN. You don't find him surprising I do. I'm not really. He's a host in in many ways on New Year's Eve, they've had a decade of successful hosting and and aside from his politics, he's kind of a likable guy, Okay, And so I see that and then Dr Oz surprised me. I was surprised by it that one Because while I find this information, the show fascinating. I don't think he's that warm and fuzzy. Okay, Who else? Those are the two biggest names. You know, we're waiting to see if Katie Couric will pass the test after she made some very political statements. They're kind of hedging their bets against the backlash that came out after she made some real angry or deprogramming statements about Trump supporters, and they're going to do all this. Just when I'm really, really I was comfortable from day one, but I've gotten really comfortable with Ken Jennings. Hi. I'm so I see. I feel like he's a college bowl host. You know, the old College bowl show. He just seems a little less refined than Alex was. But Alex had decades there so Maybe I need to give a little more time. Well, you know how many of people in our audience now just went college ball college? That was Allen Ludden, wasn't it? G College world one. Yeah, well, now I continue to date both of us.

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Katie Couric, Mayim Bialik to be "Jeopardy!" guest hosts

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Katie Couric, Mayim Bialik to be "Jeopardy!" guest hosts

"We now know which celebrities will be asked to temporarily fill Alex Trebek shoes as interim host of jeopardy Katie Couric is making some history she will become the first woman ever to host the iconic TV game show the former today show host and network anchor as among the celebrities who are being asked to fill in as guest host on jeopardy replacing the late Alex Trebek who died in November others who are being asked to serve as guest host include actor my own B. Alec CBS news correspondent bill Whitaker and NFL star Aaron Rodgers who announced the news on his own the day before the final shows featuring Trebek aired last week currently the show's all time great champion Ken Jennings is serving as guest host he'll be followed by executive producer Mike Richards I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Aaron Rodgers reveals he will guest host an episode of 'Jeopardy!'

Mason & Ireland

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Aaron Rodgers reveals he will guest host an episode of 'Jeopardy!'

"New permanent replacement for the late. Great alex rebecca as the host of jeopardy has not yet been named The final recorded episodes with travek aired last week. And the show will have guest hosts for the foreseeable future. Ken jennings stepped in as the first guest. Host and katie couric will be hosting some episodes this week today an nfl quarterback revealed. He took the reins as a guest host. And the episode will be airing soon and that quarterback is aaron rodgers. Are there any current. Nfl quarterbacks you'd rather see guest host. Then roger swipe left or swipe right no this is. This is a hard. There's no one. I'd rather see them. Rogers so if there's no one is that a swipe right okay. Yeah is a jeopardy fiend. He is he really. oh he's been on. He's been on celebrity jeopardy and won it twice He he's super smart. Loves the show. He'll take it seriously. he'll be great at it. I guess it's already been recorded. But i i'm gonna watch it. I think he's gonna totally nail it and and hopefully it will be so distracting that he will forget about aaron donald and get sacked four times on saturday. Yeah by the way i think. They're basically having tryouts for jeopardy aren't they. Yeah you alex trebek's recommended for that job. Which was a huge compliment. Was alex faust the kings young announcer. Yeah he is. Canadian sees a hockey fan and he would watch kings games at home and he thought alec said the look in the voice to host. Jeopardy's i don't know if alex is going to get a crack at it. But but he was recommended by alex. Trebek's himself To be a potential guest host.

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Katie Couric will guest host 'Jeopardy!' after the final Alex Trebek episodes air

Vicki McKenna

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Katie Couric will guest host 'Jeopardy!' after the final Alex Trebek episodes air

"Will temporarily be taking over the hosting duties of jeopardy. The journalists will serve as one of the guest hosts after the final episodes featuring longtime host Alex Trebek finish airing this week. Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings has also been booked a host producers of the long running trivia show Seitel feature guesses until a permanent replacement has been chosen. That's

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Who will replace 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek?

Charlie Parker

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Who will replace 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek?

"Guest host Jeopardy, According to Los Angeles Times the TV newscaster has signed on for weeks worth of episodes following Ken Jennings guest hosting stint. This is the final week of the Alex Trebek hosted episodes. His final one airs Friday. The episodes were taped last October before Trebek died of pancreatic cancer. Jennings is the most well known winning contestant. He will begin his time behind the podium January 11th. Sonny Pictures plans to announce a permanent host replacement for Trebek, who hosted jeopardy for 37 seasons and it looks like that audio got cut off. Katie Couric is next to guest host the show. The Corona virus pandemic isn't stopping discovery from unleashing the

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How to create a podcast: 2021

Talking Tech

03:14 min | 3 months ago

How to create a podcast: 2021

"Podcast as well for twenty twenty one and i thought this would be a great opportunity to really talk about how to create a new podcast. From scratch to gay christine. Hi hi jeff. Thanks so much for having me. This is really great. Where would people start. Well first of all. I would say people do not get discouraged because it may seem like. There's a huge amount of podcasts. Out there and there are about a million but if you take a look at youtube there's about thirty million youtube videos so really or thirty million youtube channels. So there's not that many podcasts. So but if you were to start a podcast today the most important thing you have to do is figure out what is your knee. Sh-sh-she what is your niche. You don't need millions of listeners. You only need a thousand true fans in fact if you could get a thousand people to pay you one hundred dollars a year you'd be well underway having success for podcast but think about your niche because if it's just in general interviewing we'll guess what that's been done and it's been done very well and you know if katie couric is doing it. They probably not gonna listen to you. So let's get down to what you really want to talk about. It should be very very specific so like a ford bronco has a new podcast outright now called bring back bronco event just about one car. That's the whole show. It's about one car or if you Think about youth to think about. Like what are you really into. How do you spend your time. Would you really wanna talk about. What are you good at. And who is gonna listen. And what are they wanna hear so a podcast about taking pictures at the beach in in the early morning that would be perfect. So so niche and grow worry. Don't worry about there. Being so many podcasts and gear just by yourself a microphone and and get going. Yeah you can also just pick up your iphone. Just pick up any phone. You have and start recording if you can't talk into your phone by yourself or thirty minutes. Maybe you're not going to be able to podcast. I mean it depends right. If you're gonna be starting it with somebody else are is really going to be an equal partnership. There's a lot of things to consider whatever you do if you wanna put out a podcast. Today you're not going to put that out for a month right because you've got to get the social media you gotta get the website you gotta get the platform the hosting platform. There's a lot to do so it's it's a long game. Let's talk about the platform and hosting. Where would you go to get your podcast online today. Boy there's so many choices jefferson. I hate to narrow. And in i i hate to just

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Philadelphia - Delaware’s Sarah McBride Elected As First Transgender State Senator In United States

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Philadelphia - Delaware’s Sarah McBride Elected As First Transgender State Senator In United States

"The Nations First transgender State Senator Democrat Sarah McBride made history Tuesday by becoming the first openly transgender state senator after wintering her seat and Delaware. Her victory brought praise from celebrities including Charlize Theron, who called it Incredible News and Amy Schumer, who said congrats to McBride. And congrats to the people of Delaware for electing a great leader Katie Couric and Chelsea. Clinton also congratulated Bride who tweeted. She hopes her victory shows an LGBTQ kid that our democracy is big enough for them to

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Why Pioneering Journalist Maria Hinojosa Put Herself in the Story

Latina to Latina

05:42 min | 7 months ago

Why Pioneering Journalist Maria Hinojosa Put Herself in the Story

"Maria I loved the Book A. So, good I told you. I was texting with you I devoured it and I want to jump in in the middle. You tell a story about writing a television script for Walter Cronkite what was the assignment? It's a juicy story. So I love 'cause nobody's asked me about this one yet short story is that I am the first Latina hired NPR. And then very quickly I'm like. This feels weird and I go and work for a Latino public radio in Spanish and San Diego and I experienced. Deep my cheese more there, and so I end up working kind of miraculously back in New York at CBS News in the Radio Department. And, I was doing fill in work the summer, and then I was asked to stay on through the end of December to produce a segment from Walter cronkite they asked me to write his end of the year commentary. And so. I was terribly nervous as a Latina journalism in the mainstream and being the first I was terrified most of the time. I write this piece and I go in I, show it to my boss Norman and Norman Light Me Norman hired me. But he saw this piece he said, Walter Cronkite is not going to read this and I was like no, he's like because it sounds like you wrote it. And I can't remember if he said and you're a little bit of an angry Latina I, don't think we talked in that way but it was almost like as he didn't have to say it he was like because it sounds like you wrote. and. I said well. Let's take it down to the FISHBOWL and have one of the evening news writer writers, read it and see what they think. Something just said. Stand up for yourself. You really hard. You actually worked on this you talk to other journalists. This shit is good. and. You're angry in this piece because every American should be angry at what is happening in the United States of America in the year nineteen, eighty seven. and. So I said, let's onto the fishbowl the people who edit the evening news with Dan Rather. We walk toward the writers who did not know me and he's again this is good. Yeah he'll read it. Yeah change this one word. and My boss had to eat his words eat pro as it were and I was like damn and so the point of the story is that as journalists of color as journalists conscience. When we are the first or one of the few in many newsrooms. We have to battle for ourselves. The way we see the world as journalists is as valid as Walter cronkite sway of seeing the world or Katie couric or Dan Rather we're journalists just like them. There are so many pivot points on your journey from intern to staff producer to on air from Spanish English. Is there one moment that stands out to you as the moment where your career to turn and where you really started to set out on your journey as a journalist? Well, look to decide basically that you're going to walk away from a steady Gig because you want to become a correspondent, you want to try to become on air that was pretty risky move and I feel like I did that in one of those moments where I was like you just have to do this. Like there are no Latinas. There are no Latina voices out there. And you have done radio, you have a voice, you know how to use it Noah. So that was a turning point. I think when CNN recruited me, that was another moment. It was very scary because I had never done television much less live television. But to answer your question, I feel like it really like. Like really came to fruition once I moved into doing now on PBS, which was long form investigative close to sixty minutes in terms of its style and production and deep investigative, and that led me to then doing documentaries and led to the front line which happened at the same time that I created my own company football media and I just WANNA shout out. The book. News for all the people which is was written by Juan Gonzalez and Joe Tories once I read that book I was like, okay. All of this suffering of being a journalist, a Latina you know woman of Color Immigrant. All of this is there is a reason why and it is because you have a responsibility to be part of this long arc. Of Responsible Journalism in the United States. You right I had heard rumblings at NPR some folks that I got too close to stories. I know all about you and your agenda one of my editors a nice middle aged white guy said to me agenda I said, what are you talking about? Maria come on you and you're Latino agenda. How did you respond in that moment? I said so does that mean that you've got a white guys agenda and he was like, no, it's not the same thing and I was like the same thing I'm able to tell you those moments because they were few and far between when I was just like ski is. Key you know like the same in Mexico is style plateau. SAMANCOR will plateau no one mass when I would just like suddenly rip something out and just be like that. But a lot of the times as you know, you're mostly just like dodging dodging you're doing a we've you're doing another we've and then sometimes you're just like a skin nope Wilma's I'm GonNa answer back. I hope that a lot of journalists read this book journalists because. You do have to be incredibly strong willed, and I would hope that they understand that this is not a job it is in fact, a mission that we're lucky enough to love. We need them.

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Katie Couric Puts 2020 In Perspective

Direct from Hollywood

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

Katie Couric Puts 2020 In Perspective

"Let's be real. Nobody has seen a year like twenty twenty in our lifetimes, and while Katie, couric has covered a ton of events over the course of her career. She agrees that this year as a whole stands as the biggest news story ever witnessed this confluence of events, not only global pandemic. You have a huge social justice movement, the likes of which we've never seen. So I. Think. It's sort of the imperfect storm of all these factors coming together and it's just I mean I think it's testing us. It's definitely a year. Nobody will soon forget and don't forget check out her podcast next question with Katie couric

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Kanye West posts bizarre Twitter rant: ‘Kim tried to bring a doctor to lock me up’

Daily Pop

04:52 min | 9 months ago

Kanye West posts bizarre Twitter rant: ‘Kim tried to bring a doctor to lock me up’

"So Connie went on twitter tirade last night. Saying things like Chris. Stay away from his kids. He slammed Kim's playboy spread and he even said the movie. Get out is about him. Yeltsin claims that Kim was going to fly out to Wyoming with the doctor to get him locked up, so it sounds like Kim is trying to get him help, but these tweets which our now deleted did get pretty personal. How do you guys feel if you can? I mean how are you supposed to feel this entire thing is so devastating. I feel like this has been something that's been going on with Connie for a while now. Obviously, he's been pretty open about his mental illness, and the struggles that he's had with it in the past. It is very clear that he's obviously going through something. Obviously, we don't know if that means he's you know. Stop taking certain medications or whatever has gone on. On, but clearly he's in a little bit more of a manic state. I'm not a doctor so I. Don't know if that's the right terminology, but clearly clearly going there's something and as his wife and partner for so many years mother of his children. I mean I'm sure it's devastating for her I. Mean I know firsthand what it's like to deal with somebody who has mental illness and let me tell you something it is horrific. Horrific you are not dealing with a person that is a the right sound mind, so it's almost impossible to help them, and they feel like everybody is sort of attacking them in what he was tweeting about being locked up. It's like she's not trying to lock you up. She's trying to help you and get you WANNA. Pass right now to get you to your most Sane Self, so I'm sure it's dead the skating for her. What do you think? I mean if you haven't dealt with someone who has gone through mental illness, especially member. You really do not know the distance that you are willing to go for that person you know people ask questions like when is enough enough? But when this is your family member, you have go the distance and for people are forever, and when people are going through manic episodes. Is sometimes they will say things that will cut deep. They will say things that will hurt their actions Are you know pretty irrational at times when you have family members? Sometimes you just have to take a step outside of the situation and assess what's going, and sometimes you're able to realize okay. They were in the right state of mind. They were saying things that maybe they do not mean and and you're. You're willing to just ride it out with them for him. This is the father of her children. This is her husband who we know adores her, so I feel like she is going to do whatever it takes to help him and to get him better, but you guys. There is no simple solution. There is not sanction. This is a lifelong journey, so I think right now. The whole family is going through it. But also with Kim, you know she has to assess how she is feeling. Because as you are not well, then you're trying to fill someone else's cost. That is half. Empty your nothing for yourself so it also it just falls on. You know you need to assess how you are. You need to help this person, but it's going to be a journey. Be. A mother continued to be a mother to the four children. She also has to be both mom and dad right now, and I think that a lot of I mean I've gone through this personally, but you know like people with mental illness have a hard time taking medication because they do complain that it causes them to feel jake or less, creative or sort of a little bit foggy, and I think that obviously we know I've been a huge conde. Conde stand from day one. He's obviously a musical genius, and he's somebody that constantly wants to be in the zone wants to be creating wants to be putting out certain things and when he's taking stuff that makes him feel like he's not living up to that. Potential I can understand him saying well. I don't want to do that to myself anymore. But unfortunately what we saw last night with the tweeting is the effects of not taking care of himself right? Right one hundred percent I think if you look at the history of the Kardashian women and their relationships. If you look at chloe and Lamar if you look at Scott in Courtney. Even when those relationships were romantically done, they never gave up on those people we saw how chloe came to Lamar's rescue, and how Chris was behind her, and how the sisters were behind her to help Lamar get out of the spot. He's at so being someone like Kim. WHO's? WHO's a part of a family like that? WHO believes that wind? She has kids or this man. She is not going to give up on him even if she's out of this situation for herself, she is going to stay in this for kids and I. Think the most devastating part for Cam, which is also the most devastating part for me. Is that people on the Internet are egging this on and laugh about this man going through this manic episode? Nine might be saying things that cut deep and are very personal, but I think she can get over that. I think what's going to her. Is that people are sitting here in laughing at this man going through this, and that is going to be the problem,

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Lindsay Lohan, Nancy Meyers Conspire to Pull Off Parent Trap Virtual Reunion

The Breakfast Club

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

Lindsay Lohan, Nancy Meyers Conspire to Pull Off Parent Trap Virtual Reunion

"Lohan and Dennis Quaid are set to take part in today's cast reunion of the 1998 film The Parent Trap. Former Today show co host Katie Couric will host the virtual reunion on her Instagram page. Also taking part is director Nancy Meyers.

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Lindsay Lohan, Nancy Meyers Conspire to Pull Off Parent Trap Virtual Reunion

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

Lindsay Lohan, Nancy Meyers Conspire to Pull Off Parent Trap Virtual Reunion

"Gift Lindsay Lohan and Dennis Quit, are set to take part in today's cast reunion of the 1998 film The Parent Trap. Former Today show co host Katie Couric will host the virtual reunion on her Instagram page. Also taking part is director

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Next Question with Katie Couric

06:35 min | 11 months ago

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Katie Couric has a complaint about 'The Morning Show'

Colleen and Bradley

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Katie Couric has a complaint about 'The Morning Show'

"I'll tell you about if she's giving some thoughts about apple TV's the morning show and it should the course the show in the show top of the morning is rumored to be about the today show back in the day Katie Kirk says I have it was really interesting a very Minnesota interesting you can add to she said I think Jennifer Aniston is great I wish they had made a more charismatic because I think you need a certain ambulance to pull off a show like that at the T. word right Katie Couric said she didn't want to do is too much under clouds because she's going to be detailing the more in her memoir which will be out

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We're going LIVE again on Facebook and elsewhere

Talking Tech

03:58 min | 1 year ago

We're going LIVE again on Facebook and elsewhere

"I bet you've noticed that in this co- bid nineteen era live. Live is back. Remember when so many people were going live on facebook and other places and then he got kind of bored because you missed seeing the Polish programming that you used to watching well live raw. Programming is back in a big way as people have a lot of time on their hands don't they. I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. The beauty of going live is that you can interact with your friends and fans and the general public in a way. That just is impossible any other way. Because you're live. You can start broadcasting live all sudden people are chiming in from here and there as opposed to leaving a comment. And then you'd LE- comment later and going back and forth. You can have a live conversation as you're as you're doing your life broadcast most of the action right now has been in music. A lot of people are performing live because there is no concert. Venue live is the best venue for them right now. So that's where they're going garth brooks the Seattle symphony even Katie couric even Katie. Couric was doing a live concert of her playing the piano and instagram. Who knew she was a pianist. Let's look though at the APPS that people are using facebook. Live is the most popular For good reason there are more people on facebook than any other social media platform. So if you go live on facebook you're probably going to reach some of your friends and fans by going live there. That's the beauty of the program The hidden secret is twitter twitter. Let's you invite guests but you can be live broadcasting on twitter a tweet and invite up to three friends fans associates guests to join you in your live tweet and I just think that is the coolest thing caveat you have to be using your mobile APP. You can't do this on the computer and your friends will be audio only but it's still pretty cool thing. It's totally hidden in the tweet and the twitter APP you have to hit the camera and then find live. There's nothing that actually screams at you out. There next up is YouTube YouTube. Live a again if you have people that you associate with on Youtube this is going to be the place for you. But there is a huge negative. If you WANNA go live on your mobile phone you have to have a thousand subscribers to your youtube channel. That's a lot. That's not an easy thing to do. You can go live on the computer though the other program that the other place a lot of people are going live on is instagram again. You go where your friends are. So instagram gets a different crowd from facebook. More visual and deathly this is the place where most of the music concerts have been is instagram. You have to be using a mobile device for Instagram. And you have to hold the phone in a vertical format. If you try horizontal you'll be sideways so that doesn't work. I told you that the twitter is a hidden secret but the best hidden secret the best way of going live the coolest APP out. There is called B. Life. It's not totally free. But what it will do for you you can bring on guests on another. Webcam and you can also put in photos and you could put in video and make your production look like like CNN MSNBC Fox News the today show you name it. It looks like a TV show You'll need to work on your lighting and make yourself presentable but if you are willing to put in the time this is hands down the best looking out there they will. They have a free version. That will let you use it three times a month and bring up to two people as your guests or pay twenty five a month and you can have unlimited shows up to. I think it's an have four people on the screen. They have dropped the pricing during the Kobe.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"It's cool that's that's good for now okay wash it makes me feel so inadequate first of all thank you guys for coming to the muslim next door feel like this depending on your politics this is either the title of a horror movie or romantic comedy and so if mona's the guest is the romantic comedy i'm the muslim next door john be terrified i'm katie couric at all costs america's sweetheart from toledo muslim next door i was born and raised in fremont california the bay area anyone the barrier anyone yes thank you to pakistani muslim immigrant parents who thought it'd be hilarious to name me what jets and you know oftentimes growing up it was like the token muslim and token bucket and i became like the muslim friend of people right and i went to an all boys jesuit catholic high school and every semester i got the highest grade in religious studies class there was me calling neelam roger the hindu and aviv mostafavi the lapsed persian and father allender used to read the grades in his heart used to like just the jesuit heart crack of but even though i was gonna say this even though i grew up in america with esl couldn't speak english and tell us five i ended up graduating with an english major from uc berkeley and even though yes yes thank you and even though i was healthy growing up and healthy as a euphemism for boned and big bonus a euphemism for fat i was fat and i were husky pants i ended up marrying an extremely accomplished extremely smart high school varsity cheerleader so hashtag it gets better.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Effect that these are the things i'm interested in and it's okay to talk about those things and whether it's a documentary or whether it's like a series like queens sugar you know to be able to find the spaces where i can save the things i want to say about these issues is okay too i read ava i learned something new about you ever and i read that you actually helped cover the oj trial for good cbs came disillusion with journalism yeah i wanted really wanted to do what you do haiti yeah i really wanted to be a broadcast journalist i don't know why that was enemy for all through high school and and going through college that was what i wanted to do and so anyway i got this prestigious internship the cbs evening news this is the dan rather connie chung era the small window and it was both of them right almost as prestigious as the later katie couric here need to say almost but it was a slim window when it was the two of them that landed at some point around the trial anyway the trial was just starting i got sign my juror packet i was assigned to one specific juror and i was like this is it it's a few short months and i'll be on the air anchoring like this for me later shown forget it and and basically i was kinda cap'n out in front of a jurors house and and you know kind of invited to kind of look through her i don't know trash things mail get a sense of when she came home who was coming i just felt like had it's not what i went to it was around the time the oj time i think things that the traditional news had to become a tad more tabloid to compete with a new world i think i felt now and so things were changing and i didn't i didn't take too well i wasn't good at it so instead you went down got no trash no hurt.

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Katie Couric

55:33 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Some of you are sound nice thank you they really make our day far feel free to leave us at voicemail at ninety nine t two four four six three seven we'll take guest ideas feedback anything you want to say that please people keep it clean unlike us any way thanks for listening by dean did you now nearly twenty nine million americans have diabetes while november is national diabetes awareness month people with diabetes are two to four times more likely to have a heart attack heart failure stroke or even die so please talk to your doctor bath screening for diabetes and heart disease you can learn more by visiting women in government dot org so glad i gave me that line that was the real winner for may hey i'm hillary frank host of the longest shortest time and we are launching a brand new series about discrimination against working moms i haven't promessi johnny and told after i had our little girl that they didn't want me to have to divine my attention between bean and any mom and having an a different position i take my code off to have a seat at the table and i could see but the head of school and his assistant audibly gas because they noticed my stomach even women in highpowered jobs face discrimination like the former governor of massachusetts i was married and my husband and i were having our first tile nice little story unfortunately that was a had played out discrimination against working moms is a real mother of a problem and that affect all of us follow the series and find out how you can help at it's a real mother dot com.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"But i do think that we have lots of people out there dedicated to try to make this better and if we can mobilise those people whose families have been touched by this many of whom don't wanna talk about it because they're such a stigma uh then i believe we can turn a corner on this i think you're right i think if more people speak out and by the way i just wanna add is brain science becomes more advanced zacklin our understanding of mental illness increases which is happening right now with technology in an an an ability to really you know take a deep dives literally into the end to our brain figure have that yeah perhaps yeah yeah no actually now with with scan send jahn you know all sorts of the science that allows us to really luck deeply into brain chemistry you know that's what i man i don't mean yeah happened on honor wet season finale you guys know what i vigorously okay thank you bryant but anyway i i'm hoping that that will help reduce the stigma associated with with mental illness as we show their real physiological biological factors that are responsible for when someone is is sick with mental illness just as if they're sick with cancer norm i always love talking to you and i hearing your perspective on just about everything and were so grateful for you at joining our podcast today prion i think you should come to the launch that norman i have in new york if you're in town i did not i was invite up harsh allied hair harsher invited and if you let me get a word an edge allow i what happened a nineteen and adnr wisconsin in the eighth congressional district hit you don't do that at le come up with a hard craig i think reagan carried that just any anyway norm so wonderful to have you and we should mention the name of your book again brian.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"So when you ain't tweet what does that mean what does that mean does that do we think we're on the road to impeachment uh well we're gonna hit i believe uh sometime within the next six months to a year a across roads for republicans in congress uh and i don't know where they come out on this i really don't uh we don't seem to have much leadership that is even willing to put some boundaries around trump uh right now for example uh one of the obvious things that congress should be doing is making it overtly clear to the president that if he fires muller all hell will break loose and that at minimum congress will empower muller to continue his investigation and that's not happening uh it wouldn't surprise me that ultimately we end up with an indictment of the president and for those who say that that's not allowable we have a very long memo written by ken star back in the 1990s uh as he was investigating bill clinton about why you're sitting president could be in fact indicted the fourweek before we go and i think that ryan and i could talk about this all day i really wanted to ask you about the culpability of the democratic party since you are so i'm willing to to really take aim at republicans but i don't think we have time to do that today norm gonna have to you back or reagan had let me say democrats are not angels here it's not like one party is great and the other is awful but what is the cases that one party is much much worse right now.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"That's one part of it a second is we've been jolted by the challenge to the fundamentals of our system by trump and now we're seeing all kinds of elements of the civil society step forward it's the lawyers stepping up with the travel ban to deal with some of these horrible cases of ice stepping in and uh taking uh undocumented people the most recently of course the ten year old girl was cerebral palsy it is the religious organizations including the catholic bishops now focusing on the problems of destroying the safety net it is conservative policy intellectuals and a handful of uh courageous lawmakers and people like a bill crystalline jennifer rubin and mix boot uh end evan mcmullan and others standing up to try and transform their own party back into a problem solving elbi a very conservative party and then it's groups like indivisible in the grassroots movement to try and get people more engaged it's young people deciding now that they're going to be looking at running for office something that we didn't see a decade or more ago the so there are signs out there i have to ask you about bob moller this is sort of the beginning of uh the russian investigation are or the outcome at the expression investigation as we seen this week with with paul manafort until other of trump associates and what how do you see this all shaking out arm so here's the worst case scenario that has a it begins to close in on trump that uh we see another saturday night massacre uh as so we had in the early 70s with nixon in that uh trump goes down uh the line and the justice department to find somebody who will fire muller and all the people around him and then pardons everybody including himself but if that doesn't happen then i think we're heading inexorably towards a large group of people around the president not only being charged with money laundering and the president at his own family may very well find that there're a business dealings drag him into it in a different way but to me that is very very likely that moeller is going to look at him not necessarily for direct collusion with russia but for pretty obvious obstruction of justice.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"That is the most disturbing element when you have next a president who moves to de legitimize the judiciary as trump has done by attacking judges and their integrity and then goes after any kind of a legitimate judicial or a process of uh prosecution moving forward that's disturbing when you have a president who pays no attention to truth and when you have a president who instead of moving to unite the country moves to divided as we saw even now with the reaction to the horrible tragedy in new york city uh but we have seen uh with the reaction to charlottesville and other places his personal behaviour the crudeness of his past all of those things are horrible the fact that uh nobody else in the political arena in his party except for a handful of dissidents is challenging those things is disturbing but it's the direct shall ensure governance so today to that point norm you're an expert on congress is it as simple as republican leaders realize that they have a pro trump base and don't wanna alienated or is there something deeper than that uh i think it's that and more certainly what we know is at trump who has focussed on shoring up that base and the base which may be shrinking a little but let's give him thirty to thirty five percent of the electorate that sixty to sixty five percent of the republican primary voters for the house and senate and along with that i think is the fear that they have that challenging trump frontally means you're going to take on the mercer family in their billions you're going to take on the talk machine that will be led by uh alex jones and sean hannity uh and rush limbaugh and laura ingram and mark levin and breitbart uh and they'll make your lives miserable a along with a primary challenge and in some cases as we've seen with uh bob corker may be even give you death threats.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Uh and tom and i wrote a book in two thousand and six call the broken brancheau congress's failing america and how to get it back on track and we lamented what had happened to the institution but we blame both parties for it two thousand twelve we wrote a book called it's even worse than it looks and that was heralded by a washington post outlook peace from the book that our editor called uh titled uh let's just say at the republicans with the problem and it was a republican party that had gone off the rails and become an insurgent outlier we saw the seeds of trumpism emerging at that point we revised that and did one called it's even worse than it was and now we have this and what trump has done is in some ways the logical extension of a party that had turned from a conservative problem solving one to a radical one and a party that uh opened up the doors uh with its uh desire to blow up government and to a given norm is tax breaks to the wealthiest uh for a guy like donald trump and now they're putting no checks and balances on him and that is maybe uh in some ways the most depressing part of this story the political system was set up by our framers to build some boundaries around the possibility that an amoral uh kleptocratic sociopath albouy if somehow that person got elected we would be able to put boundaries around the it started with an independent congress and now you look at what uh the speaker paul ryan says what the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"And then i found uh you know as i started to teach and i began to write for journals and things it was frustrating uh 'cause you'd uh write a peace and send it to a political science journal and maybe a year later you would get word back on whether they were going to accepted and that it would get published a year after that and be read by a couple of thousand people and uh then i just stumbled into writing a book review for the washington post that came out two days later and was read by many many thousands and i even got a little money for it and all of that the intersection of politics and the public uh how the institutions work really kind of intrigue me so norm i think a lot of people are surprised given your political bent given the tweets you've written not just against trump but against republicans that you've been base at the american enterprise institute for all these years which is a right wing think tank former home of the cheney's etcetera you know how did you end up there i mean our economy skunk at the garden party uh so in the nineteenth seventy eight uh my dear friend tom man who had gone to michigan with me and came to washington and i decided that we needed to try and find a place with more resources than uh a university would provide and we went to eight year i which was then scoured all the republican money uh you know back then it was uh more serve little center right uh but more center than anything else and we pitched the idea of doing what we call the congress project kind of tracking congress as an institution all the changes how it affected policy and they bought it and we did it parttime.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"And still lost because it was in those areas in the you know the middle of the state uh the alabama part of uh pennsylvania that once again uh just what you said bryan numbers that would have been fifty five sixty sixty five percent for a republican went to eighty percent and i think some of it was colored by just a antipathy toward hillary clinton tale which i don't think you really mentioned as she going down your laundry list of reasons that donald trump uh wind some deepseated sexism and discomfort with at i think the clinton brand if you well but also with the notion of a woman hill many unfortunately did not find very appealing in a you know there was a 30year campaign to demonize and de legitimize the clintons you can add to that the misogyny you're absolutely right a on that front and it made her a figure who was marginally more likeable than than trump but not likeable at all to a sizeable swath of the electorate and that did make a difference and let's face it the campaign against her the motto maniacal focus on emails by uh the new york times and other places including stories that were hyped and went way beyond the facts and some that relied on sources that were less than reliable a didn't help any well thing at less than reliable like i eat the russians right yeah i write lie friend of mine i remember our friend of mine not to mention certain of you know giving donald trump endless media access without oftentimes without any critical analysis attached to it that i i'll never forget a friend of mine sending me a video at that whom aberdeen's connection to the muslim brotherhood and her family and it was actually a very quote unquote well dan professional looking piece of video and i remember this was somebody who is very smart worked with me in local news in washington and i wrote her back and i said dana this is bullshit.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Real quickly just remind our listeners and help them get their heads around this what happen why did trump plan uh some of this goes back decades the new book i did with the jd on in uh tom man uh one nation after trump we spend the first third of the book looking at the roots of trumpism and it goes to the decline in community the kind of atomization in society that rubber putnam wrote about in a bowling alone decades ago the the sorting that's taking place in the society that bill bishop wrote about in the book the big sort and then it moves to the tribalism in our politics that uh newt gingrich really generated starting in the late 1970s when he came to washington and to congress and a goes right up through the young guns as they called themselves eric cantor paul ryan kevin mccarthy and mitch mcconnell in two thousand nine uh using that populist anger flowing from the troubled assets relief program or the bailout tarp as we know what that brought this enormous level of anger on the left with the occupy movement on on the right with the tea party movement and by the time we get to the republican nominating process the likelihood that some establishment figure was going to win a nomination had declined precipitously they were going to go for an outsider and especially one who played on the unease caused by the stagnant economy and the atomization that included this focus on a race and on immigration and somebody who would say i'm not going to be like those worst as in my party who cave to obama and the democrats i will take crap from anybody.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Nor arnstein welcome to our podcast it's a joy to be with you so first of all you know this podcast is is mark levin almost the one year anniversary of donald trump's election and it's still actually uh when i say those words i still think wow how did that happen brian and i were jess recalling norm what our experience was like on election day and i'm curious what was it like for you so when you said were almost there when you're i did a spit take of course in the classic vein um so i was not in the same room yeah jeff again white the microphone uh so i was a up in new york actually on air with bbc and uh to my credit i would say try not to hard to pat myself on the back i had uh back in two thousand and fifteen said uh watch out for donald trump uh to win the nomination but i still thought based on what i was seeing in the polls and elsewhere that clinton was going to win but by a narrower margin than we had thought uh otherwise and watching as the results began to come in uh from florida i got this uh eerie feeling i'll never forget that when frank luntz came to yahoo where we were covering this at here he said to me in the green ram i'll it's going to be over early she's got this in all the exit polling flop lap line i was there when he called paul ryan to tell him that that same information and oh my god i mean it's just insane and henry kissinger how right he called henry kissinger too and it was her a fine he was showing off that you know he had them on speed dial but anyway what in in a nutshell arm that writing enough itself dead at lienz have so much ground to cover but in a nutshell.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"In two thousand sixteen and we thought this was a good time to take stock of what happened and what has happened sense by talking to one of my favorite political analyst norm ornstein norm is kind of like the fourth branch of government has been around so already at that's what he tells us how gained by a very modest wonderful guy and he's made a bit of a transition over the last few years he was kind of a centrist thoughtful very academic analyst of fall but low key and he's gone rogue to quote sarah palin and and has become just a ferocious angry critic of the way washington has failed in general and donald trump in particular and the republican party as well specifically's taken sides you know he used to say oh both parties were broken now he says very clearly no no the republicans have gone off the deep end so we had a wonderful conversation with norm at that election night about what happened about what has happened sans we also talked to norm about his commitment to really removing the stigma of mental illness in this country something it is very personal to him brian as she now because his signed died in two thousand fifteen after wrestling with mental illness for a very long time sell this is something that is extremely personal to nor sell here's our conversation with norm ornstein one year after the election at two thousand sixteen.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Hi brian hi katie so what are you've remember from election night two thousand sixteen you and i were there to gather covering at moliro both working at who you are in the studio in times square right and everybody went into that night with the expectation the hillary was going to win the only question was what was her margin of victory how many republican states wishing in a carry and it quickly became sort of the bataan death march as florida foul then north carolina virginia she eat by despite the fact that her vice presidential running mate with tim kaine senator from virginia i started wondering about the outcome when that happened and then she started showing weakness in states that had been won by democrats for a generation states like michigan wisconsin and pennsylvania was it wisconsin before michigan carr's wasn't michigan really ladyghin was really like ice whisker right i remember it was around ten o'clock i believe when wisconsin was called for donald trump i wrote a note to jamal semons a longtime hanikra right and i said how bad is this and he wrote me back i put it on my legal pad really bad and he looked honestly sweaty he did soast staunton i think everybody was kind of thinking wait seriously what is going on here i'll never forget that one moment when a donald trump presidency became a reality when i remembered the clinton official i was texting with who earlier in the evening had said yeah we can afford to lose florida we can afford to lose north carolina he wasn't arguing that they could afford to lose wisconsin or pennsylvania they just always assume that those states were in the bag and as it turns out they were not here we are nearly one year since that election night.

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"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"katie couric" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Or you can leave us a voicemail at 929 two to four four six three seven we really love hearing from our listeners good bad and ugly will maybe not ugly but you know constructive criticism nice feedback all that we appreciate it and we really do make the show for you not for the money so thank you for the guy that verde of cher if you can't get enough of bath i'm katie couric on twitter and instagram katie couric on snapchat you can find me on facebook as well brian meanwhile is at twitter goldsmith be so here's the part where we appeal to the better angels of here nature just like abraham lincoln won't you please rate and her the alas on apple podcast and subscribe as well your support helps make this show possible so thank you very very much for listening and we'll talk to you next time hi everybody chris gathered here from beautiful anonymous wanted to let you know about a an episode of my show it's pretty unusual as a cohost cohost is katie couric which you may not expect because i i tend to do really dumb things well i have like a weird of odnot added integrated into the widening you know he believe barito's belly now take another first two and you're making me let real crazy at your put this cruised to mali at argh i'd never sort of my tv show where they built a berido on my belly and aidid was called the belly breed now and i really hungry so right now that has incredibly at the elaine tip well it all making enough thanks or throw me under the bus are now in a million every look bad for the katie couric thanks so much for putting up with me beaming feed right now may be check out the episode and they've you dig it maybe they get so much you subscribe to beat of anonymous on apple podcast or stitcher wherever you listen all right thank you so much i'll stop bug india.

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