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"katie. boyle" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"katie. boyle" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Such quite busy people again eager to be back in Los Angeles reporting live in LA X. Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio its level five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five year for expense in south Philly on the went in North Adams we got a two car fender Bender that's going to be in the fast lane you already slowing down from M. L. Katie Boyle heights ten west connector the five south it's right at the end of the connector road was for a car in a box truck smashed together the middle lane of the transition is blocked that's affecting the five south that's going to be backed up from the one ten in Highland Park went himself before your two right lanes are closed fixing downed power pole after an earlier accident still sting delays from just south of orange Grove and chance worth the one eighteen west past to paying a canyon a rack in the fast lane is going to back you up before to paying a canyon of looks like they're running a traffic break right now to try to get that all over to the right shoulder because to me said the southbound fifty five transition the four oh five north close for emergency Caltrans works in your backup from macarthur next report at eleven fifteen with more reports more often I'm Rick Smith in the toilet of Glendora twenty four hour traffic center can extend seventy newsradio currently fifty five degrees in van Nuys sixty one in Huntington beach fifty seven in downtown LA eleven oh six this is most back on Monday your number one source for business and consumer news here in southern California sponsored by opus bank I'm Frank Bocek a week of extreme volatility and losses with the stock market in reaction to an avalanche of news.

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"katie. boyle" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

10:03 min | 9 months ago

"katie. boyle" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Because they're giving you a fifty all right get back to this episode all right everybody. Welcome back Austin already here. He you can follow him on twitter a U. S. T. E. N. Welcome to the first name club by the way. Thank you you got out there. Yeah it's good to be there. Isn't it Nice feeling But you know you WANNA go filming Katherine Boyle is also here She's Katie Boyle Leo Y. L. E. Partner at general catalyst So and just we we go to commercial break and then the real conversation during the commercial break like we went a little hard there in the first segment or two on journalists. We want them to do a good job right. Oh we need journalists. We they're they're they're an incredibly important for us for democracy and my message to everybody is pay for good journalism. I'm paying for everything. Well despite. I'm spending probably three grand on publications this year and I'm Richard to the mound cares anyway. Have you listened to spend three thousand dollars on new companies or whatever you know by whatever's out there Eh because we need to give them more resources so they spend more time and stop using stringers were not even journalists to write slammed pieces so they can get desperately get clicks to get ads. That you know are terrible ads anyway. Pay For Journalism. I think is The solution here now. Incentives are broken for her. Yeah yeah the incentive is get clicks. Taking aside is the way to win and going down. The middle is a way to lose him. Investigative Journalism is very difficult to do short. It's it's one of these things where when they start you out as a journalist as a cub reporter you're doing the easiest form you can't have investigative journalism looking at documents. That are already there you and then you kind of graduate and so. I do think that it's a craft. And that people have to practice it over years to be very good at it and and hopefully if we pay for journalism the people who've been doing investigative reporting for twenty and thirty years can continue to do it and I also as far as my edict for founders to talk to journalists and twenty twenty in person or on the phone I will I will make an exception for any journalists who calls me and says hey can you tell me about two or three interesting companies that I could profile that are doing interesting things in the world so if you right two or three of those stories as journalists and the next year or next six months let's put it of just not a slam piece just an interesting story about interesting technology or founder. I will then put you on the White List and you will can talk in person to those journalists as fair. I think it's a fair decision. Not entirely one sided. I feel like I've made a good. I've made a good ruling here As to why I think I have any say in any of this. I'm just waiting for the twitter backlash. Here's the thing that happened to me. When I came out in defensive you and Blahsy I had a ton of people calling me say right on. Thank you And then had people who said I don't want to and this is something that should be concerning to Cara Swisher. I don't WanNA publicly come out and defend so I will like it but I won't retreat it so literally. People have told me alike your tweet. I won't re tweet it and I will reply to it and I won't put a tweet of my own out there because I don't WanNa be on Garish wishers. Bad side I don't WanNa get on the bad side of vox. I don't want to get to the bedside of New York magazine or The New York Times. So literally founders. Vc's are scared of confronting journalists when they make a mistake. I confronted the journalists. Who wrote the corona peace with handshakes and I said. What did you learn from this? Are you going to do a follow? Peace crickets not one response. Which is crazy. If you got that wrong you have an obligation to rent a follow peace and she refuses which is really disappointing. And you should be very scared as a journalist if people are scared to give you frank advice. But they're telling me on like right on. I don't care if I'm on platform all right. New York based firm Elliott Management nominee four directors. They're seeking to replace Jack Dorsey as the CEO For upcoming elections I don't know what percentage they bought and in related news the US State Department Discovered that there are millions of Streets publishing false information. I'm sure this is Putin just Doing what he loves to create chaos in America. Great Job Putin So I guess the the big issue here is is twitter broken and if it is broken how do you fix it because it seems like? It's doing pretty good right now. I mean the products definitely improved over the past. I mean as an avid twitter. It's getting dramatically better addict. You would say you're addicted to say. Oh you addicted. I've gotten more addicted overtime. Which means the products probably getting better weight? And this is how you know if you're addicted when you wake up. Do you look at twitter in the first hour when you were under percent at first hour time in its okay. Now we're gonNA I tip you later on. I ten minutes yes absolutely. Is it the first thing you look at depends email? Sms No emails. Definitely I for me. Yeah for me. It's SMS email twitter. I mean that's what I do. I'm trying to push twitter more and more into passive than active hard. Do it's hard to do. I did it when I was reading my book. I came up with a really good idea. I put buffer on my phone. I deleted twitter off my phone so I could post to twitter. I just couldn't see what the responses were so there was a kind of dangerous when you think about it. I actually for Weil gave my password. I had my chief of staff my password so I didn't even know my twitter password so I didn't I mean I I went a month without logging in Just so happens that that's when the New York magazine article comes out so I need to rectify that but we were working on a funding round. I understand you closed it cracked. Congratulations on that. What does that do for land so it makes it so that US along with investors are funding this the cost of tuition for the students And then the investors get their money back I and we make our money on the upside but what it makes it is so we don't have to fund everything with vc because that's not a sustainable model. These don't WanNa Fund student tuition. So people are rolling up in a way that they would roll up mortgages or other loans. They roll them up and they buy one hundred students at a time. Yes but it's it's structured in such a way that so we get an advance that is based on what our recent hiring data has been That advanced doesn't cover right now. Doesn't even cover half of the cost of student. Got It so we take that advance. We supplement our own. Cash is basically like alone against the say so. It's exactly what it should be. Somebody was telling me that they found that like offensive or something. Oh No you know. It was Nantes on twitter. You know the guy with the great hair Who wrote the book like Winter State? All I'm trying to get him on the pod but I think he's afraid to debate because he knows I'll just dunk on him so relentlessly about being a former management consultant who couldn't make it in the real world that he decided that billionaire should be able to give their money away but his name was like look at where we've come to. People are rolling up student loans. I was like they've always done that. Yeah I mean it's it's always been that way. It's one of those things that like. If you're only exposure to finance is watching the big short than like that's the only thing you know you don't realize it literally. Every single type of financial asset is old and traded and barges a real time market. And that's good and yeah. I mean if we it's much better for our students that we do it that way than if we fund it with. Vc and our incentives are still totally aligned. That's the thing that everybody missed. Is they assume that we're just like selling all this paper. And the only the only thing they have to compare it to two thousand eight so they were a subprime CD oke creator. But that's not the case like you can structure those instruments in a million different ways and we chose away. That would keep our students. Do you put into a bundle. I'm curious in order to have the right. You know Caller thousand a thousand while. So if you get this right you could open lambda school in every country in the world. That's the hope and literally train anybody. Who wants for free? I mean my with an essay if it were North Stars. In ten years nobody has to take on student debt that they be able to pay off ever again amazing. That's how dare you try to make better and be and when you see this. Catherine this is what is great about capitalism. Is it not? Yeah so it's it's interesting because I actually think there's a reason why companies like yours and why the tech lashes is happening and part of it is because I think we're on this thirty year journey of privatizing a lot of the functions of government and to your point that people who are most upset about this or people who really believe in public education state funded everything if we can't make things work in the private sector government has to take care of them and since the eighties we've been privatizing a lot of these functions and globally not just in the US and so if we can figure out ways that students benefit that investors like myself can invest in and make a return that funds pension funds and endowments. That's a good thing if everyone is aligned to your point about incentives having to be aligned but I think some people are just terrified that a lot of the primary roles of government are being outsourced to Silicon Valley. And that's definitely happen ha happening but I think it's a good thing particularly if incentives are aligned as you said I think that's exactly right. The main pushback had everybody from senators. Tell me this kind of off record that look if I help you succeed. Then I am voting against FREE PRIVATE EDUCATION FOR EVERYBODY. Free College for everybody So I can't vote for you. I can't hope that your we had a supporting a bill. That was on the floor of Congress would regulate as you make the more consumer friendly and they said if we support that then that takes the wind out of the sales of the Free College for all argument and I think the tape was on. The podcast and the main contention is well his main at free. Well here's the thing what you've done is free. It's free in less. You get a job and if you get a job you pay a minimum amount a developer paying thirty thousand dollars a year. It all total thirty thousand total if they deferred it over for over two years and it's wiped out after five. Can you.

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"katie. boyle" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"katie. boyle" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Brought on only one on lucas moorer and roughly eighteen point eight four seconds seconds off the rounding down there he headed past edison to tie things up what ahead a fast forward to the ninety second minute substitute gabrielle jaycees chasis latched onto some late corner scraps and looked to have won it for city but not so fast my friends michael oliva received word from god i mean vosugh aw that aymeric laporte handled it in the build up that goal was overturned roach and a ends to to was darling gay remarkable human qualities beauty collectively tenacity that ended up being decided by machine and truth city city then they played joy popping football the extent to which said defenders attack that midfield discover back they only seemed as if they were program themselves by algorithm spurs couldn't fathom the client skopje blitz on twenty minutes almost inevitable breakthrough remove the like barry white track o- may seem to to have been invented to make sweet love for that katie boyle. Oh i mean perfect. I mean we've seen amazing. Katie people's forever. We were a little bit stopped have k- d b last season but in see quite enough of the ginger ahead belgian but this was like katie back to his very best in praise of k._g._b. Bulls a poem which i'm going to forge on the train home. He was twice in the move. Once bringing bernardo down the slang he then stepped back into space. Deliciously sleep demanded the ball back and no look first time we're perfect pace killed vision found razz season of rows trademark for the the finnish couple of plays could hit k._d._b. Pass i know but no look please. There's only one ginger sense crap and he's like a belgian prince harry. That's a line that just came to me as i'm sitting here in the british embassy credit spurs save david because they took the punch on the chin some of the equalizer. There's a freeze about our from the old chelsea manager in hebrew they tattoo have ramp does seem to be like you just pull things out of his ass when he needed to and this goal was to hotspurs is it came out of nothing spurs seemed harmless and then pounced in transition free lamelo at this mortal after all willfully our position shocking shocking dave i mean what they're doing his thing convincing space as a defender robin acting as goalkeeper sudden they shocking the spurs warm up for a bit of scrap spurs. I like this spurs raw boy yet and then like begbie in trainspotting spurs. They love love the sound of a glass smashing pool cues bay raise bulls about to fly city. They created them. They never panicked almost seemed to relish the taste of their own blood in the mouth. Why would they panic with katie bay that ginger john stockton sling in the ball exactly where he knows his multiple carl malone's are going to be knowing chances created in this game okay debate this one taken by fighter guero eleventh goal in fifteen games for him versus tottenham which actually low for ribeiro stunned city so dominant in that second half chance after chance made chance after chance not taken technical barely punch pot chat to make tactical change he did last week bryan erickson this time super soap big time scorer lucas more make the team more ball dave out and also easy to forget what an amazing season lucas mora had last year like doesn't get a lot of things. We don't speak about him enough. Hodge had some amazing games last season big games big lazing big goals and big games aims and the bench. This was a big goal in a big game and it's also it was a big boys goal rods from corner. It was a header out jumping much lodge men. I love to see this informing seconds of coming on just flick tobe a set piece. A remarkable goal for bald writes a real the weighing glory. I just shouted at my television pool power. Love yourself l._a. Bowls you are a member of a mighty people pulled. The pulled pulled on me a phrase. It's probably can guarantee never been chanted around this table. Mike god must have been agony david by mistake. Yeah and you could feel some of the tension on the city sideline substitution of a guero. We've never really seen that on pep sideline. The the only time that you can think of what would be going through..

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"katie. boyle" Discussed on Opie Radio

Opie Radio

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"katie. boyle" Discussed on Opie Radio

"We find ourselves as the Westwood One studios is the heart of Times Square. Real. Genie's your heart Carl's coming in hot to start feeling better start chatting. Yeah. Give me a little test there. I'll give you a little test. I'll be talking like it probably more like a little bit because these things back. Okay. Let me. You're not gonna watch your headphones on aria, I need to I need to hear the way that my voice is going in. Actually, I've been recording podcasts for the last three days. Like so regularly trying to come up. Yeah. That I feel like this is all I've been doing listening to myself o'clock and headphones days. Just fucking employ me. Right. I started doing this new podcast with the like, a a young female comical, Katie Boyle. It's like a sex dating podcast, but very much like an Irish flavor. I know when you hear like sex dating pockets, you go right is a hundred of them. Yeah. But there's none in Ireland. And actually, there's a doesn't nation that needs it a lot. It's definitely Ireland as Bishop what am I friends and really funny stand up comic. You're on a very early episode of the of the radio podcast where we did your whole history. But for this episode, I just want people now born and raised in queens was a bad bad. Boy. So you shipped out to Ireland to live with your aunt while to go to boarding school. And then stay with relatives two weekends sending lex Luther to Attica. I mean, Ireland's tough man it was. All right. Well, actually, I mean, I I had a we had. There was a twenty fifth reunion of the guys that I finished school with in ninety three which I missed, but then I kind of we all reconnected as a. Result of the reunion chapter each other. And then I hooked up with a couple of guys. And when we started reminiscent, it was very different states. When I when I go back, and I think about it. You know, the priests were very angry. I can't remember if we talked a little bit about this. I feel a little bit. But. But I'm sure we'll find new stuff. So don't worry. It's just fresh for me because literally a week and a half ago. I was having a good reminisces the priests were angry some of them actually where pedophiles like officially jail everything. And we were sort of around that. But then also I just laugh I say that word. To file we say, yeah. Well, we got a lot more pedophiles per capita. So we pronounce it correctly jersey. We got Peavy files might Reese was the p p file. Just ignorant. We only went third grades. There's no science behind fucking looking people thought you oughta very is adorned church. We had a toy sub sneaky ends father. Rather sneaky got the strap, you know, we got the fucking strap until ninety two I went there in one thousand nine hundred if if the priest wasn't happy we'd all lined up. We put our hands out, and he had a leather leather Welt wasn't belt. It was actually a weapon, and he would wax on the hands to two on each palm on the hands of why the hands. That's just that was his thing. He wanted hits you in the ass so bad well that priests would just angry. He wasn't a PDF. I give them a lot of credit. Pedophile. No, no, no, no, no convinced me, I'm switching over. I'm gonna PD file camp. On and done who's just Advocaat. But then in Ireland is a sport, call hurling. I don't know if you've ever seen that sport. Which one is that and throw up at the bar. It's like field hockey. But it's like it's kind of like field hockey, but you kinda hold the ball on the stick in the air. You don't play it on the plate on the ground. You can only take three steps and you have to put on the stick. It's a pretty incredible game. But it's it's very, and then you kind of pitch to yourself and then hit it, right? Yeah. You throw up in the air. And then you sell hit when you're a kid short ball. And then you over the bar for one point in the goal for three great sport, very fast field sport. Is that the originals is that predate rebate? What predate Duffield hockey? I don't know if they're connected in any way in terms of Gaelic games. That's like an ancient Celtic game it evolved into organiz sport like most organized sports evolved around the late eighteen hundreds into early. You know? You know, there was an Irish sporting. Why hasn't a sport like that caught on in America like lacrosse, actually, look crosses a better. They're playing that. Well, lacrosse is different though. Yeah. Well, actually lacrosse is probably a better example than field hockey in terms of this game. Okay. In that you're sort of you're holding it on the stick. And then you you release it the only difference being that you don't catch it in your hand. Right. Gotcha. And send it. But anyway, the reason why brought that the hurl is quite a rough stick. But he had a half a her like one that had been broken lining up when we were lining up to get into breakfast. If we were like messing around too much would wack all of us in the back of our on the back of our knees with the half. The American quivalent be like if a broken baseball bat like the bottom part? Yeah. Basically like a little bit lighter. Like because he would know what it is. But I mean, essentially anytime you've been wacked with a stick. Yeah. That's the I did a field hockey girl once in Montclair, New Jersey, she was a brute. Well, they're bigger girls. Aren't they shoulders, man? Like, we were like great sport to watch because they make them where the skirts, and they also give them a stick. That's a little on the short side. So they have to bend over the entire game. We're at a Christmas party. She like, we're play fine. She threw into a fucking Chris. I like a woman who's comfortable getting a stick? That's on the short side. Disappointment level will be low. No, I was I have a slight bend. You

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"katie. boyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"katie. boyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Was the theory Yaqoob that sets really the SOGA the jasmine from Latin. I spit take yet. She's so good her shows on Thursday at eight thirty. We're there we're talking to Lucy poll, she's a curator and a performer at the funny immigrant's festival which is happening right now under Saint marks. Okay. Philipson on some of the performers. All right on my God. There's so many good ones. So Daniel Simonsen from Norway is doing his show on Saturday at eight thirty. He's amazing was just on Seth Meyers. He does the seller regularly. So he's, you know, top of the top of the line there. Bill, santiago. He's from Puerto Rico. He will be doing a show on Thursday at ten pm amazing comic a theory who you just heard is doing her show on Thursday at eight thirty. I am doing my show on Thursday at seven God, we have Radic Avaz who's from India non-core Emoto. We have a response. She's really Ali Muhammad Ali from Pakistan God. Just the Indian Wanda Sykes. Yes. That is amazing. She's incredible. She's they're all just so fun, Katie Boyle from Ireland. Yeah. So all the comics are wildly funny and just come from really different perspectives. They're so unique. You know, the voices are just so unique their styles are unique. So I couldn't be more excited. You know, have curated and helped curate this festival for them. I'm so interested in the audience reaction because that was a funny side a theory said, hey, wake, I don't laugh so hard. Yeah. What does the audience reaction been like what's been the mix of the audience? Oh god. It's actually been a very eclectic New York audience said saying that his show last week, and he's Indiana, and he had a primarily Indian audience, which was really cool he commented on that. And got a few laughs out of it. So, yeah, it's been pretty much a younger audience, and I think. That people who come to see comedy are up for it. And understand that you know, everything comes from tooth, but their jokes. So you can't take it too serious. Yeah. The audience actions have been awesome. And I think just putting comedy under this umbrella of immigration, get the theme. Just kind of makes it really fun because you're going in expecting to kind of get this new and unique perspective on what you see in your everyday life or or your identity as an American or as an immigrant yourself. And and so it's just a really fun time. Given how many serious stories there are surrounding immigration. Have you have you seen it or have you heard it being woven through like to your point? There's sometimes there's comedy. But there's a lot of truth and comedy. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, I think that I really loved what Junot Diaz said you never stopped being an immigrant, and you know, for the comics in this festival. Some of us are. First generation some second generation, you know, some of us have strong accents and others. Don't because they grew up in the states. So of course, there's a lot of pain associated with kind of finding your identity and wanting to belong, you know, that's like the typical immigrant experience of wanting to fit in a lot of people ask me, why do you sound like you're from Brooklyn? I'm not, and I think it's like an over assimilation thing. I learned English and I wanted to fit and even more. So when I talk like this for no reason, I'm German doesn't make sense. But so yes, there's a lot of that in there. There's a lot of truth in about the pain of being an emigrant, but their jokes. That's what we do. Right. We find the funny in in the sad. What do you remember for when you came from Germany? Oh, my God so much. I remember easy cheese. Like the spray cheese. I was fascinated. We did not have that in Germany at all. And I just I wasn't allowed to have it. My mom was very healthy. Always. And I wanted it so bad. I remember the day. I learned the word coed. There is a guy that I was had a huge crush on. He was like twenty five and I was nine and I thought he was a total loser for not liking me. And he asked me what school I go to. And I said I go to this school. And he said is it co Ed, and I didn't know what the word meant. And I just wanted to be really cool night just kind of looked away. And I said, I don't know all I know is that I go there, and I hate it. And he was like, oh, okay. And then I ran to the first American friend. I could find. I'll never forget that word and the day. I learned it so much. I remember thinking like, wow, Americans are so friendly, and so open, you know, in Germany, people are very reserved and asking a stranger how they are is kind of like an insult almost, you know. So yeah. All of that all the end. I was allowed to watch TV 'cause I couldn't speak English. My dad said watch a lotta TV to learn the language, and that was awesome. Because I wasn't allowed in Germany. So thank you America. I'll probably have some good catchphrases to nine year old. You your parents were performers right? Yes. That's right. Yeah. Folks what they do. My dad is an actor and writer, he yeah. His name is Kyle poll, and he he's written a lot of great plays and been in a lot of great performances and movies and my mom's a singer. She's a Romanian singer whose preferring at Joe's pub, this month's our city Barbazza's. Yeah. What's her name? Her name is Sandra. Michael sandoval. Yes. Oh, we got a two for what do you want people at the end of the day after they go see these shows. What do you want them to take away from this whole festival? Oh my God. I want them to take away a great time. I want them to get to know. These new very unique voices. I want them because comedy is very saturated at the moment. And there's a lot of comedy out there. I think that it's really really cool to get to know these super unique voices. I think we need more of them out there, we need more. Netflix specials for immigrant com. Makes you know, four comics with accents. Talking about you know, things that aren't in the mainstream or or aren't, you know, kind of the American experience I want them to walk away and get a new perspective and have laughed and have had a good time and found new artists that they love the funny immigrant's festival will run until January thirteenth at under. Saint Mark's Lucy poll. Thank you so much for joining us on all of it. Thank you so much. Coming up next on all of it, a celebration of Cuban dance at the Joyce theater. Stay with. WNYC is supported by Walt Disney pictures, presenting Mary Poppins returns. Now playing HSS ranked number one hospital in the country for orthopedics for nine straight years. According to the twenty nine thousand nine US news and World Report in Manhattan, and in Nassau Westchester, Bergen, and Fairfield counties. More at HSS dot EDU. 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"katie. boyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"katie. boyle" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Permission. That was the theory Yaqoob that sets when SOGA jasmine from Aladdin I spit. Yes. She's so good her shows on Thursday at eight thirty. We're there we're talking to Lucy poll, she's a curator and a performer at the funny immigrant's festival which is happening right now under Saint marks. Okay. Philipson on some of the performers. All right. My god. There's so many good ones. So Daniel Simonsen from Norway is doing his show on Saturday at eight thirty. He's amazing us just on Seth Meyers. He does the seller regularly. So he's, you know, top of the top of the line there. Bill, santiago. He's from Puerto Rico. He will be doing a show on Thursday at ten pm amazing comic a theater who you just heard is doing her show on Thursday at eight thirty. I am doing my show on Thursday seven God, we have Radic Avaz who's from India non-core Emoto. We have responded she's as really Ali Muhammad Ali from Pakistan God. She's just the Indian Wanda Sykes. Yeah. She's incredible. She's they're all just so fun. Katie Boyle from Ireland. Yeah. So all the comics are wildly funny and just come from really different perspectives. They're so unique. You know, the voices are just so unique their styles are unique. So I couldn't be more excited to you know, have curated and helped curate this festival for them. I'm so interested in the audience reaction because that was a funny side at a theatre said, hey, wake. I don't laugh so hard. Yeah. What does the audience reaction been like what's been the mix of the audience? Oh god. It's actually been a very new eclectic New York audience said saying that his show last week, and he's Indiana, and he had a primarily Indian audience, which was really cool he commented on that. And got a few laughs out of it. So, yeah, it's been pretty much a younger audience, and I think. That people who come to see comedy are up for it. And understand that, you know, everything comes from truth, but their jokes. So you can't take it too serious. Yeah. The audience reactions have been awesome. And I think just putting comedy under this umbrella immigration get the theme just kind of makes it really fun because you're going in expecting to kind of get this new and unique perspective on what you see in your everyday life or or your identity as an American or as an immigrant yourself. And and so it's just a really fun time. Given how many serious stories there are surrounding immigration. Have you have you seen it or have you heard it is it being woven through late to your point? There's sometimes there's comedy. But there's a lot of truth in comedy. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, I think that I really loved what Junot Diaz said you never stopped being an immigrant, and you know, for the comics in this festival. Some of us are. First generation some second generation, you know, some of us have strong accents and others. Don't because they grew up in the states. So of course, there's a lot of pain associated with kind of finding your identity and wanting to belong, you know, that's like the typical immigrant experience of wanting to fit in a lot of people ask me, why do you sound like you're from Brooklyn? I'm not, and I think it's like an over assimilation thing. I learned English and I wanted to fit and even more. So when I talk like this for no reason, I'm German doesn't make sense. But so yes, there's a lot of that in there. There's a lot of truth in about the pain of being an emigrant, but their jokes. That's what we do. Right. We find the funny in and the sad. What do you remember when you came from Germany? Oh, my God so much. I remember easy cheese. Like the spray cheese. I was fascinated. We did not have that in Germany at all. And I just I wasn't allowed to have it. My mom was very healthy. Always wanted it so bad. I remember the day. I learned the word co Ed there is a guy that I was I had a huge crush on. He was like twenty five and I was nine and I thought he was a total loser for not liking me. And he asked me what school I go to. And I said, oh, I go to this school. And he said is it co Ed, and I didn't know what the word meant. And I just wanted to be really cool night just kind of looked away. And I said, I don't know all I know is that I go there, and I hate it. And he was like, oh, okay. And then I ran to the first American friend. I could find out what cO editing. I'll never forget that word and the day. I learned it so much. I remember thinking like, wow, all Americans are so friendly. And so, you know in Germany, people are very reserved. And asking a stranger how they are is kind of like an insult almost, you know. So yeah. All of that all the end. I was allowed to watch TV 'cause I couldn't speak English. My dad said watch a lotta TV to learn the language, and that was awesome because I wasn't allowed Jeremy. So thank you America. I'll probably have some good catchphrases to nine year old. Your parents are performers right? Yes. That's right. Yeah. Folks what they do. My dad is an actor and writer he. Yeah. His name's Klaus poll. And he he's written a lot of great plays and been in a lot of great performances and movies and my mom's a singer. She's a Romanian singer whose preferring at Joe's pub this month. The city Barbara's. Yeah. What's her name? Her name is Sandra vehicle Sandoval. Oh, we got a two for this interview. What do you want people at the end of the day after they go see these shows? What do you want them to take away from this whole festival? Oh my God. I want them to take away a great time. I want them to get to know. These new very unique voices. I want them because comedy is very saturated at the moment. And there's a lot of comedy out there. I think that it's really really cool to get to know these super unique voices. I think we need more of them out there, we need more. Netflix specials for immigrant comics. You know, four comics with accents talking about, you know, things that aren't in the mainstream or or aren't you know, kind of the American experience. I want them to walk away and get a new perspective and have laughed and have had a good time and found new artists that they love the funny immigrant's festival will run until January thirteenth at under. Saint Mark's Lucy poll. Thank you so much for joining us on all of it. Thank you so much coming up next. Based on all of it, a celebration of Cuban dance at the Joyce theater. Stay with. WNYC is supported by Walt Disney pictures, presenting Mary Poppins returns. Now playing HSS ranked number one hospital in the country for orthopedics for nine straight years. According to the twenty nine thousand nine US news and World Report in Manhattan and in Nassau Westchester Bergen. Fairfield county's more at HSS dot EDU. The world premiere on Broadway of Harper Lee's to kill a Mockingbird. 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"katie. boyle" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

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"katie. boyle" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Degrees. All right. Thanks, katie. Boyle former CBS CEO moon vez will not get his hefty severance package been accused of sexual assault and harassment and after an investigation the company's board said they had ample reason to fire Moonves who's denied several Accu. Of sexual misconduct while at the helm of CBS was removed earlier this year. The board of directors statement says there was caused a fire moon visit including violation of company policies and failure to cooperate with the investigation as a result Moonves won't get that one hundred twenty million dollars severance. Frank says no is professor of media and public affairs at George Washington University. This is serious business, and it's not just about employment practice. It's also about the corporate reputation. The statement goes on to say that while harassment and retaliation are not pervasive at CBS. There have been incidents of past behavior and human resources, not holding those employees accountable Bill Rakoff CBS news. A Wilmington man is spent nearly forty years behind bars for the rape of a fifteen year old girl is now free as KYW community affairs reporter, Cheri Gregg explains. A Delaware court dismissed his indictment after overwhelming evidence showing that he didn't do it Mr. Daniels as opposed to child of what's wrong with the criminal Justice system. Attorney mecca egg way represents fifty eight-year-old. Elmer Daniels in one thousand nine hundred eighty he was sentenced to life in prison for allegedly raping a fifteen year old white girl. She left a party with her fifteen year old white male companion. And when she returned she and her friend claimed she was raped by a black man, two and a half minute rape where she suffered no serious, physical injuries growth companion identified Daniels. As the talent he was sentenced to life in prison cases, all the time with people commit rape probation, two years five years. But in the case of Mr. Daniels, you give them a life sentence. And the question is why iguanas investigator terrorist. Jones took the case pro Bono. It's been more than two years. Uncovering thoughts expert testimony and more convinced the court to drop the charges and said Daniels free on December thirteenth seen him actually released was surreal an incredible feeling. We're yet from the Delaware. Attorney general for podcast, log on the KYW, NewsRadio dot com. Search flashpoint extra Cheri Gregg KYW NewsRadio. The police have broken up alleged brothel operating out of. A spa in ocean City, New Jersey KYW's Dan wing in the newsroom with the story. Now, Brandon the Cape May county prosecutor's office alleges that customers could pay to engage in sexual activities with the women who are working at the Ellen g spa on east ninth street in ocean city that was the finding of an investigation sparked Bank in July by tips reported to thirties last Thursday. A search warrant was executed at the business and sixty one year old grace Lee was taken into custody. She's facing charges of running a house of prostitution now, Brandon. If Lee is convicted of the third degree felony. She would face up to three to five years in a state prison..

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CBS board says Moonves won't receive $120 million severance

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CBS board says Moonves won't receive $120 million severance

"Katie. Boyle former CBS CEO moon vez will not get his hefty severance package been accused of sexual assault and harassment and after an investigation the company's board said they had ample reason to fire Moonves who's denied several Accu. Of sexual misconduct while at the helm of CBS was removed earlier this year. The board of directors statement says there was caused a fire moon visit including violation of company policies and failure to cooperate with the investigation as a result Moonves won't get that one hundred twenty million dollars severance. Frank says no is professor of media and public affairs at George Washington University. This is serious business, and it's not just about employment practice. It's also about the corporate reputation. The statement goes on to say that while harassment and retaliation are not pervasive at CBS. There have been incidents of past behavior and human resources, not holding those

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"katie. boyle" Discussed on The University of Roehampton Podcast

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"katie. boyle" Discussed on The University of Roehampton Podcast

"This podcast is brought to you by the university of ru Hampton online programs advance your thinking without taking time out from your career study a UK master's degree from anywhere in the world. The university of Roehampton modern since eighteen forty one. Welcome to the university of Roehampton podcast. I'm Neil Morrison. If you do a quick Google, search using the term Brexit consequences. You'll find articles on the economic fallout what it means for security for trade for the value of the pound. There are also articles on the political fallout, especially the UK's relationship with the United States. But what you will not find is a great deal on the consequences for human rights in the UK. Dr Katie Boyle is a constitutional lawyer, specializing in human rights and senior lecturer at the university of Roehampton. She says the UK is sleepwalking into a new constitutional order one where basic human rights will be a lot less secure. I use the term sleepwalk because a field that they decision that. If indium itself asked people to focus on this idea of opinion, you membership, and I feel the sleepwalking Alman is that we we essentially sleep walk into a new constitutional. Settlement. We have no idea of what kind of rates will exist after leaving the European Union. And so it just it feels like not enough attention's being given to as Nydia m of of I would see grave concern and terms of the dates of individual or any recent cases that are a good example of the types of rights that you caissons may be at risk of losing because of Brexit. So am there was a really important case M recently. It was a case of Bank competition in this case. Jihad two women that were at and embassies in London for different countries and for a Libya and for 'em sedan, and in the cities in Libyan embassies. They were subject to conditions which made them breach you law. However. The state immunity acts in the UK. Basically meant that those embassies would immune from the enforcement of e you low A, and the context of those particular individuals who are there, but when the courts slip tattered, they said hold on a minute. We have the working tainted. We also have that -plication of e you law an as Raimo Dave resulting from a breach of EU law. We can disapply the national legislation. So even though the UK parliament had passed the state immunity I'ts as far back as nineteen seventy m e you low superseded the state minutes yet and was able to sensually stay pen and protect those women in relation to their employment race. So that's just a date example of will. Here's the EU a rate. This is the EU Raymond e an F, we leave the EU system. We will no longer have access to either those particular rates as the. Exist at the moment and elation to the Damon decent can be enjoyed. So you mentioned that the EU law protects one of the rights and example of a right that protects our labor rights are there other rights that that it protects? I mean, would it protect freedom of speech freedom of a semi are the are those the types of fundamental rights that it protects will end the EU chart turn at sale. It contains fast over this is the fundamental days. However, it's definitely you. And again, it's one of the reasons why I am really a stressing on the importance that we explore this in more detail as. E is very very complex, it only applies in particular circumstances. And so the charter, for example, could only be enforced within the context of the school pa- VU Los a- win a Member State is essentially acting within the scope of ULA. So another example can give as you know, m there was another case involving a Google which in many of the. Rates associated with data related to privacy, amber being gathered up and the m courts had to look at whether or not the data Protection Act contravened e you law in relation to move information until yes, that's another example where you can see that a EU can be quite far reaching a route sear. E- you low as interim of the application enjoyment of rates is still relatively early dis on one of the things that you can see as we see expansion essentially of the Duda split incident as the judgements that are in this as there's a lot of potential for an increased understanding of race protection under the European Union system and the dilation which the UP in union moving seems to be towards better protection. So it's almost as if the UK is on a different pathway and a sense to the rest of the European Union. So just as an example of that one of the things is going on in the European Union as a consultation on beta protection for social rates, so issues like employment on education, and so on and the UK is removing itself from that path by stepping of that particular system what happen. To this power that or that European law has over UK legislation. What happens to it following Brexit? I didn't a possession will refine the unknown and so many different aspects. So the recently a case that went through the m. Yuki course, the Miller case in which a private individual went court to see there's a concern here through leaving the European Union. We will lose 'em race. And this not only includes individual human race, but race associated with for example, businesses who don't know what necessarily they're facing into on a as a coincidence. VU drawl on the court has committed to say at the end of the when we indicate to the EU we intend to withdraw. We will set in motion a process, which will result and rates and remedies being edible Qabli lost. So what the court has tailing us, as you know, the likely event will be when we leave the European Union. We will lose all that we had in relation to exist in free, Mark, you can't longer the lie on the fact that you could turn to the court of Justice of the European Union for Raimo de we mean a longer being a position where you'd opinion. Yeon law takes on any form of bending or persuasive authority, we actually do northern actually many people disagree. That's one of the major issues over the is even experts themselves. Don't agree. What kind of status you will have moving forward? Some see it will be completely Nolan Voigt a no longer apply. Other seatbelt. You can't lose what voted acquired because it's actually in getting in the system as a exist. No, ho, how's the government responded to these concerns over rights protections one of the key promises? The government is made an the the white paper on Brexit is to see you know, we we promised retain workers rates. This is an example. But again, there's no substance to that promise. We don't know that will happen. The also m almost a give a caveat that it's in the context of whether or not. The will retain them insofar as appropriate for the, you know, work working conditions am as the existed the tame an apart from that. Even if this government does retain them as as much a we as possible to do. So with the strongest form of petitioners as possible to do. So it doesn't mean that future governments can't seek to a repeal and replace or too slowly crudes will exists in terms of existing a race. And that's that's where I really would have concerns because what this government made promise to do a future government may not. And so when you start to dismantle existing rates and Raimi's with properly giving consideration to to the police them, you can end up in a system where you, you know, you incrementally could in lose rates, and that's that of sleepwalking analogy that used because it. Could be a very slow process over tame as it has been a sloop rose building up these rates over tame, and the EU has played his part as had the UK's be fairly progressive in terms of contributing to that development, it if you start to remove the systems and the structures that are there without thinking beheaded a policeman protect them in the future, you just move into VIP Acadia possession. So it's motivate. You know, we need to actually think, but this and give it proper consideration. And before entering anticipation where all of a sudden rates in these are lost. In general, you are arguing that the UK is walking or sleepwalking as you say into a very precarious situation where it's not clear how or if rights will be protected in the same way, they are protected right now that being said part of the support for Brexit stemmed from a rejection of this idea that an outside institution was supreme department and at the end of the day this brings back parliamentary supremacy. So your issuing a warning. But the warning is for something people openly supported absolutely unruly. You know, m certainly arguments would be made in happy made in parliament in the context of discussing e you withdrawal, aim people absolutely knew what they were voting for and it's fairly patronising to see anything else because when people voted. For blake's. They wanted the UK to exit the opinion, regardless of the consequences. I think is really important that we always, you know, keep that aim. A the forefront of men wear considering the way to coincide quences. However, you also need to take into the fact that the majority was very slim majority, an actually when you discuss human rates, you're often talking about race, which may affect a minority of people. And so that is a danger from human race perspective that M parliamentary subpoena superiority, and sometimes died democracy through size of different them may overlook particular groups, which can really adversely impact on minority rights. So when we are talking about minority rights were talking about things like the right to not be discriminated against for jobs or for housing on the basis of something like race or

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