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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

08:01 min | 7 months ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Unladylike

"Materials when we when we were considering partnering with other companies and other brands when we were talking about on bothered that we did not use the word multicultural. We let we want to use the word black. We are black women. This is for black women. We need to say that word multi-culturalism especially in advertisement usually leads to a lot of whitewashing. It means you put a palatable. Black one man, who is really light, skinned, or maybe biracial with like curly hair, but not too kinky. And you say great, you know. We're diverse multicultural in there still any racer of black culture that is happening in a decision like that. Well why why the disconnect what what is going on what is sparking the disconnect between look at us? We are such an inclusive feminist frontlines company, but we also treat people like shit. Oh is because there are only why women at the head of it. I mean it's. It's really quite simple. There is no diversity. Amongst the leadership. I'm very aware you know in hindsight of how my work at refinery twenty nine was filtered through the lanes of white folks. I mean I saw that happening in terms of how my pieces were edited, because I was rarely edited by black folks, so you know I to produce all the ideas that I wanted to, but. If Christine, or if amy or any other number of white women though you know. All of my work has to be filtered through them. And through they think the refinery twenty nine read areas who is also white? Sicily Alley Hickson previous unbothered contributors all expressed pride and joy division. They collectively fought to bring to life. But all the microaggressions along the way added up. And when they each decided to leave refinery that meant leaving unbothered behind while the company got to continue cashing in on their unpaid side hustling. It has now become this really shiny. Piece of marketing real estate essentially for advertisers. Who are able to tap into very specific and really engaged sector of refineries. General Audience so. Yes, it's the moneymaker. And I mean I honestly when I was there. I was definitely greener than I am now and I was like Oh. My God I'm so valued at this company. Oh my God. I'm being I'm in meetings with Amy Oh. My God! I'm in meetings with the head video. They they WANNA. Know what I think about this, but. When you're title is just entertainment writer. It doesn't translate an when you're not. Paid for that kind of word. Now that I know what now that I'm no marketing professionals make you bears into what I make. Is Is. Is Infuriating. So you told Kerry Flynn at CNN quote in hindsight I believe I was being tokenist as a fat black woman, an underpaid from my work. So. How has that become clearer to you? In hindsight verses when you were still there? And how do you think that compares to the experiences of like some of your fellow Black Co Workers? I think that there are you know? To to to be transparent. There are different kinds of like presentations that you know. Black women have obviously black women are not a monolith. And you know for my home. Girls who who came in and we're very kind of unapologetically black. They were just experiencing what I now understand just based on some of those stories that were she so much more outright hostility whereas you know. I was a fat black woman coming into the company at a time where they were making commitment. To Fat Women and commitment to black women as fast as they. Those commitments may have been and so I think. Really hearing from. Some of my girls who work there and How different the experience was for them in a way that I see when I was still there and when I was just so excited about the work that we were doing in excited about the opportunities that I was getting. Is A is a huge regret of mine actually. So in a more perfect like actually inclusive media world. What kinds of stories would you want to be writing covering? So he this is. This is the the sad part of this. Is that. I, think a lot of the stories that I want. To see out in the world. and. I also know so many dope. Black women who are telling amazing stories in media. I think. In my ideal world, they would be paid more for them. They would be treated better. By the companies that pay them to write those stories, they wouldn't have to be so emotionally. In mentally drained. In trying to tell those stories so for me, it's not about the ideal media landscape is is not about the stories because. Black folks are excellent story tellers and we're always gonNA tell our stories. It's about the conditions that that we have to work into. Tell them. Well. This has been an incredible conversation Is there anything that we haven't asked you touched on that? You think it's important for our listeners to know. I. I guess. I want to say that I'm glad that you did not ask me like what? Why women need to do to be better allies. Because I don't know the answer to that and I. Guess what I what is the last thing that I want to say? Is that. What I've noticed! Is that these moments? It's always like the Labor of black women. To like? Now only experienced this shit, but then. To. Have to help. Others remedy. Their own actions and thoughts and behaviors to like. Treat. US Better and that is so exhausting. In hiring I mean we've had a lot of allies who came? Out like in support of us in this moment, but I really fucking wish that some of those people would have spoken up. When they were sitting next to us when they were. Our managers. When they were our bosses at the company. We reach out to refinery twenty nine for comment on the issues. We raised in this episode and the parent company Vice Media Group sent us the following statement quote. We take the concerns raised by employees regarding refinery twenty nine very seriously. The company through its Council has retained Morgan Lewis to conduct an impartial and independent investigation into these allegations. The company is committed to taking the appropriate action based upon the independent findings that Morgan Lewis provides..

Amy Oh Black Co Workers Morgan Lewis Sicily Alley Hickson unbothered Vice Media Group writer Kerry Flynn CNN Christine
"kerry flynn" Discussed on Unladylike

Unladylike

06:36 min | 7 months ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Unladylike

"I talked to you know like over a dozen people and had started to paint the picture of this now as we all know this. Toxic work environment, these claims of toxicity and I. Ask people why they were the brand. They're like you know it's so inclusive so representative and it was just fun. You know like a good place to work and yet it really didn't take me long to discover that if I wanted to write about what it was like to work refinery twenty nine, the short answer was not good like not inclusive. We're back with Kerry. Flynn media reporter at CNN Business Kerry had been chasing her own version of the refinery twenty nine story since August twenty nineteen. That's the month she joined CNN business. She'd come prepared with a list of stories. She was interested in telling and pulling back the curtain on refineries operations was at the top like here was this booming quintessential millennial feminist brand that no other media reporters had really dug into. So their original picture that I was painting, you know before everything came out. Online I kind of had to make a stronger case. For why? I was writing this story and frame it as kind of a problem that's pervasive across digital media. This idea that. Media companies perhaps are the best places to work a lot of the you know. The initial themes of the story were less about racism and tokenism. It was still part of it, but a big thrust of the story was the massive pay disparity and the quote unquote. What people told me the untenable pace? Over work and underpay are hallmarks of digital media, but as far as refinery goes. Carey, says they're churn and burn pace had been an open secret in the industry, and among her sources. Ask was the idea like we heard the top of the show that refinery twenty nine wasn't exactly the empowering feminist Utopia. It appeared to be from the outside I. Think the story that stuck out to. To me, the most was not a like kind of inappropriate workplace behavior that Christine the chief had, but the editorial decision she made so that was where a former editor had tipped me that Christine would repeatedly choose to promote quote. Unquote faces on the site rather than black women and I heard that and I was like that just seems like that's the opposite of refinery like really. But until Ashley Edwards Got Fed the fuck up with refineries, hypocrisy on blackout Tuesday a lot of black women carry interviewed were reluctant to go on the record about the racism. And honestly the story was near publication. We were like ready to like list allegations and tell vice that like here. It is like respond. And pretty much the week, but we were ready to do that is when the Hashtag blackout or twenty nine happened, and people started speaking publicly. What was so powerful is I was able to get so many people to speak on the record. People were like Yup. You can put my name on, so it was fascinating. Thing where I. Really think that despite having not story so long before what the finished product ended up being with so much more powerful because of what happened online. That time the editor in chief ran her fingers through a black employees hair corroborated the times plural that same editor in chief confused the black employee for another black woman who worked there, even though they look nothing alike corroborated executives pigeonholing black writers as race centric reporters corroborated in the course of her reporting, Kerry also obtained a copy of refinery, twenty nine to eighteen demographics report what she saw further explained the toxic culture behind the inclusive content. The company's overall diversity at the time was on par for the industry, which isn't saying much other than how wide it is, but what struck carry was how black, indigenous and other staffers of color were concentrated toward the bottom of the refinery hierarchy, the farther up the chain you went the wider it got, and not just in the executive suite, the senior positions, and even into mid level management were noticeably White, compared to folks, actually making and promoting the content. One Very unhelpful question that I noticed coming up in response to a lot of the conversation that was that was happening around the black art to nine Hashtag where people interjecting and saying. Well if it was so bad, why why didn't Y'all you know? Get together and like take a stand against this kind of. Behavior like, why did you essentially saying like? Why did you even? Put up with it. The? Truth is and I was told that people did speak out and people did. GO TO HR on. Nothing was done. You know the the people that I spoke to. Some people did go to HR and other people said they were scared to go to HR. Because unfortunately, that's just the way that a lot of. People think is that that HR is not your friend, and and I think one thing that's important at the company as well is. It was an is a lot of younger women and not say that younger younger women can't be empowered and to make change, but it was younger women who are fearful of their job fearful being like. I don't want to lose his job. I can't lose this job. I can't pay rent if I lose this job and I'm scared that if I speak out, then Christine or someone else that the company is going to make sure I never get a job in this industry that I want to keep working in. On June eleventh, CNN business published carries story exposing the problems that black are two nine and the refinery. Twenty nine union had called out. A week later vice media, which owns refinery, twenty nine, and has its own history of toxic workplace problems side note announced they were launching an internal investigation into what the fuck has been happening inside refinery. What's your take on why companies like? Though the wing why they push such a good social justice image why they why? They talk such a good game win. They refused to grapple with the reality behind.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

06:45 min | 9 months ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Weekends they're looking at neighborhoods instead he's checking out houses on facetime and his realtor is sending him videos like this in a quarter mile turn right onto Mason Avenue northeast it's just five minutes of her driving so damn risk and see what the area looks like he actually bid on a house over the weekend under asking price but his offer was rejected my name is Scott for marketplace there will come a day when we start traveling again driving in flying that day though will not come soon and it may not come soon enough for the airlines United announced a two billion dollar quarterly loss yesterday delta southwest and American report later this week and yes there is government bail out money to be had but as market please Jack Stewart reports it's only going to keep on flying for so long the international ad transport association I ater says the shut down due to the coronavirus is worse for plane travel than any previous events including nine eleven all the Great Recession of two thousand and eight it's the industry's darkest time Kerry Flynn from my auto says globally the amount will be down forty eight percent for the whole year compared to twenty nineteen and passenger revenues will be down three hundred and fourteen billion dollars and lines in the U. S. have started to agree conditions for getting billions in government support money the treasury department sent the first two point nine billion out on Monday Richard Aboulafia an aviation analyst at teal group says that will tide Adelines over for a while they look like they're in good shape for a few months bye of course they're going to be big questions after that if you don't see additional tranches of assistance he says allies have a lot of fixed costs like payments on leased Ashcroft terminals and maintenance facilities the federal money comes with the condition that it's used to pay employees I'm not follow anyone until September the thirtieth Donna Rhodes Embry riddle aeronautical university says Adelines are anticipating having to make cuts to schedules and that could mean layoffs later if I have fewer aircraft they need fewer pilots and they need fewer flight crews and in all the people that support those aircraft like the rest of the economy the airline industry is waiting to see how deep this downturn goes and what the recovery looks like I'm Jack straw for market place Wall Street on this Tuesday oil ain't doing equities no favors I'll tell you that we'll have the details when we do the numbers okay more oil as promised the limiting factor in global production right now is where to put the stuff literally where to put it we're not far maybe a month from not having enough physical space to store what we are pulling out of the ground and if that happens well wells here and in Russia and in Saudi Arabia and in lots of other places would have to shut down meaning billions of dollars in lost revenue tens of thousands more layoffs in the middle of a global recession one way to keep track is with artificial intelligence using big data and satellite imaging to see where all that oil is marketplace's Qahtan has now historically it's been hard to get good fast info on all the crude pumped and burned in the world the data spend just okay U. S. data is pretty current European data can lack by six months at international oil consultant David Goldwyn he says some countries report numbers late in some well they lie but history of OPEC deals is that they take on corners and countries cheat nineteen eighty six when Israel was hugely cheating on its quota not you can't exactly subject oil minister to a polygraph but with the world economy crashing oil companies and governments and traders the only info they can trust right now enter big data like geo location stats to track car traffic and satellites to monitor oil wells we're going to companies in the space oil X. run by Florian valor you go from boots on the ground to eyes in the sky and kairos whose co founder is and one health this guy is one of the lights there's plenty of satellite data the first thing to watch is where oil use is collapsing oil acts Florian Fowler monitor satellite pics that actually show nitrogen pollution from cars and factories that equals energy use which is falling in the US in lately in India India has been lagging a bit the spread of coronavirus compared to other countries but now we do seeing deeds that there has been a significant change without buyers the world's unwanted oil is going into storage tanks around the world in from up above satellites can see the techs they look like tin cans in because the roof tops of the tanks flowed up and down you can spot the empty ones like an empty can of federal green beans you can see all the way down and there aren't many empty ones these days in key places like Rotterdam in the Netherlands over the last two weeks storage is now building there are quite quickly and it's building in tanker ships that just sit there and go no where Falla tracks them with geo location data we have an armada of vessels that all stationary for two weeks now put all the big data together and he thing storage could run out in may not be an economic disaster for oil companies and countries Wells could shut down perhaps forever because if you stop pumping an old well you can lose underground pressure to push the crude up to avoid all that oil producers have to flatten the curve as it were to slow down well going into storage and it is suggested starting to happen China seems to be buying more and one health at Cairo's tracks geo location data in cities like Wuhan we've been watching traffic in shopping malls we've been watching road traffic workers showing up at various factories and we seen gradually a restart of economic activity in China as far as the oversupply of oil North America is producing a lot less satellites can spot what's called flaring when drillers burn the natural gas that comes up with oil we've seen very dramatic reductions in sharing in the US as well as in Canada and we also monitor the crews that work in the fields and we saw the number of crews dropped by fifty percent for all the high tech fancy ness these tools aren't perfect satellites can see in the pipelines or storage tanks with fix roofs but surely big data folks are working.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What a dicey things are for airlines right now not only are they cutting flight schedules American and delta today United and JetBlue last week but they're also suspending what's known as their guidance their best guesses to investors as to how profitable or perhaps not profitable I guess they are going to be this year this market place Jack Stewart reports it's been a bad twelve months for commercial aviation today is the one year anniversary of the crash of Ethiopian airlines flight three oh two it was the second Boeing seven thirty seven Max to crash and prompted a global grounding of the plane leaving some outlines without enough capacity last summer now because of the coronavirus the facing the opposite problem airlines have seen demand fall by half or more on some routes demand has simply disappeared completely Kerry Flynn says with the airline industry group I alter its figures show depending on how code nineteen plays out the revenue loss for the global industry could go as high as a hundred and thirteen billion dollars and in response to that they're doing what they can to reduce costs that includes deferring capital expenses freezing hiring an offering unpaid leave and cutting flights Samuel angle leads the aviation group at the consulting firm ICF he says deciding which flights to cuts comes down to economics fundamentally it has to do with the revenue that comes in from those passengers corporate tickets in business class have higher profit margins than tourist economy fans but as companies tell staff to limit travel those dollars are drying up Adelines will focus on cutting routes that affect the fewest people like between two cities whether a multiple flights a day that one could be canceled in the passenger's rebooked on the empty seats on the others it's not always that simple though it's not just the passengers who are flying between London and New York it's also the passengers who are connecting from that flight onto other flights Adeline schedules are Byzantine network of interconnected flights each feeding the next with passengers baggage and cargo cancel one and it will have on what impacts which outlines have to consider when choosing what to cut says Robert Mann industry analyst the network actually devolves in the same way that it evolves as you carry away the international capacity you have to pare away to Leicester capacity at some direct correlation with how much international you caught both domestic and international carriers are waiving change fees for people who book flights and later need to shift them honestly if you're a member of any Adelines miles program you've probably been inundated with emails about this recently Jonathan route monitors at lines from movies that isn't a very good lever to pull frankly in my opinion it removes some of the risk of booking a ticket I'm not could keep ticket sales up and bring in much needed cash I'm Jack straw for marketplace today from the market place files of what could possibly go wrong higher education in the age of coronavirus thousands or tens of thousands of mostly young people living and studying in close quarters perhaps not being as virus aware as one might hope so a lot of colleges and universities are trying to get ahead of the outbreak some soon one guess is to be a lot of schools moving classes online for weeks or some even until further notice others telling students to leave campus entirely while mindful of public health both of those options that puts some students at a disadvantage market places would be better for as that one finding out you suddenly need to move while still having to do school work is disruptive in the best of circumstances almost fifty percent of community college students were already dealing with housing and or food insecurity before this virus hat including about a third of those at public four year institutions Sara Goldrick Rabb is professor of higher education policy and sociology at Temple University she says research shows students drop out of college over shortfalls of as little as five hundred dollars so if students were already so stressed that they didn't have their basic needs met before the pandemic I can only imagine that the numbers are rising right now so far only a handful of schools are asking students to actually leave campus though that number may grow many more are moving courses online that too is harder on some students then on others who don't have access to high speed internet when Pasquale is president of the association of American colleges and universities she says instructors need to adjust their assignments and teaching methods during crises to avoid further marginalizing already underserved students this is a signal to us that we need to be paying greater attention to how to deal with not only his health crises but natural disasters the more that colleges and universities ask students the harder it will be for some to remain students at all in New York I'm simply better shore for market.

"kerry flynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"S. production which has the highest costs but in the last price were five years ago many American drillers survive in this Saudis in the Russians linked this time around thirty eight thirty nine now seconds into this radio program and you know what word you haven't heard yet stocks have heard Wall Street either details numbers you know the drill dicey things are for airlines right now not only are they cutting flight schedules American and delta today United and JetBlue last week but they're also suspending what's known as their guidance their best guesses to investors as to how profitable or perhaps not profitable I guess they are going to be this year this market place Jack stewards reports it has been a bad twelve months for commercial aviation today is the one year anniversary of the crash of Ethiopian airlines flight three oh two it was the second Boeing seven thirty seven Max to crash and prompted a global grounding of the plane leaving some outlines without enough capacity last summer now because of the coronavirus the facing the opposite problem airlines have seen demand fall by half or more on some routes demand has simply disappeared completely Kerry Flynn says with the airline industry group I alter its figures show depending on how code nineteen plays out what's the revenue loss for the global industry could go as high as a hundred and thirteen billion dollars and in response to that they're doing what they can to reduce costs that includes deferring capital expenses freezing hiring and offering unpaid leave and cutting flights Samuel angle leads the aviation group at the consulting firm ICF he says deciding which fights the cuts comes down to economics fundamentally it has to do with the revenue that comes in from those passengers corporate tickets in business class have higher profit margins than tourist economy fez but as companies tell staff to limit travel those dollars are drying up L. lines will focus on cutting routes that affect the fewest people like between two cities whether a multiple flights a day that one could be canceled in the passenger's rebooked on the empty seats on the others it's not always that simple but it's not just the passenger who are flying between London and New York it's also the passengers who are connecting from that flight onto other flights Adeline schedules are Byzantine network of interconnected flights each feeding the next with passengers baggage and cargo cancel one and it will have on what impacts which outlines have to consider when choosing what to cut says Robert Mann industry analyst the network actually devolves in the same way that it evolves as you carry away the international capacity you have to pare away to Leicester capacity at some direct correlation with how much international you caught both domestic and international carriers are waiving change fees for people who book flights and later need to shift them honestly if you're a member of any Adelines miles program you've probably been inundated with emails about this recently Jonathan group monitors at lines from movies that isn't a very good lever to Paul frankly in my opinion it removes some of the risk of booking a ticket I'm not could keep ticket sales up and bring in much needed cash our gesture for marketplace today from the marketplace files of what could possibly go wrong higher education in the age of coronavirus thousands or tens of thousands of mostly young people living and studying in close quarters perhaps not being as virus aware as one might hope a lot of colleges and universities are trying to get ahead of the outbreak some soon one guess as to be a lot of schools moving classes online for weeks or some even until further notice others telling students to leave campus entirely while mindful of public health both of those options they'll put some students at a disadvantage market places would be better for has that one finding out you suddenly need to move while still having to do school work is disruptive in the best of circumstances almost fifty percent of community college students were already dealing with housing and or food insecurity before this virus hat including about a third of those at public four year institutions Sara Goldrick Rabb is professor of higher education policy and sociology at Temple University she says research shows students drop out of college over shortfalls of as little as five hundred dollars so if students were already so stressed that they didn't have their basic needs met before the pandemic I can only imagine that the numbers are rising right now so far only a handful of schools are asking students to actually leave campus though that number may grow many more are moving courses online that too is harder on some students then on others who don't have access to high speed internet Lynn Pascarella is president of the association of American colleges and universities she says instructors need to adjust their assignments and teaching methods during crises to avoid further marginalizing already underserved students signal to us that we need to be paying greater attention Cheryl how to deal with not only health crises but natural disasters the more that colleges and universities ask of students the harder it will.

"kerry flynn" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on KCRW

"S. production which has the highest costs but in the last price were five years ago many American drillers survive in the Saudis and the Russians linked so this time around who knows I'm Scott Tong for marketplace Hey you know what I just realized we are six minutes and thirty eight thirty nine now seconds into his radio program and you know what word you haven't heard yet stocks have heard Wall Street either details numbers you know the drill what a dicey things are for airlines right now not only are they cutting flight schedules American and delta today United and JetBlue last week but they're also suspending what's known as their guidance their best guesses to investors as to how profitable or perhaps not profitable I guess they are going to be this year this market place Jack stewards reports it has been a bad twelve months for commercial aviation today is the one year anniversary of the crash of Ethiopian airlines flight three oh two it was the second Boeing seven thirty seven Max to crash and prompted a global grounding of the plane leaving some airlines without enough capacity last summer now because of the coronavirus the facing the opposite problem airlines have seen demand fall by half or more on some routes demand has simply disappeared completely Kerry Flynn says with the airline industry group I alter its figures show depending on how code nineteen plays out what's the revenue loss for the global industry could go as high as a hundred and thirteen billion dollars and in response to that they're doing what they can to reduce costs that includes deferring capital expenses freezing hiring and offering unpaid leave Adams cutting flights Samuel angle leads the aviation group at the consulting firm ICF he says deciding which flights to cuts comes down to economics fundamentally it has to do with the revenue that comes in from those passengers corporate tickets in business class have higher profit margins than tourist economy fans but as companies tell staff to limit travel those dollars are drying up Adelines will focus on cutting routes that affect the fewest people like between two cities whether a multiple flights a day that one could be canceled in the passenger's rebooked on the empty seats on the others it's not always that simple though it's not just the passengers who are flying between London and New York it's also the passengers who are connecting from that flight onto other flights Adeline schedules are a Byzantine network of interconnected flights each feeding the next with passengers baggage and cargo cancel one and it will have on what impacts which outlines have to consider when choosing what to cut says Robert Mann industry analyst the network actually devolves in the same way that it evolves as you carry away the international capacity you have to pare away the best two capacity at some direct correlation with how much international you caught both domestic and international carriers are waiving change fees for people who book flights and later need to shift them honestly if you're a member of any Adelines miles program you've probably been inundated with emails about this recently Jonathan route monitors at lines from movies that isn't a very good lever to pull frankly in my opinion it removes some of the risk of booking a ticket I'm not could keep ticket sales up and bring in much needed cash our gesture for marketplace today from the marketplace files of what could possibly go wrong higher education in the age of coronavirus thousands or tens of thousands of mostly young people living and studying in close quarters perhaps not being as virus aware as one might hope a lot of colleges and universities are trying to get ahead of the outbreak some soon one guess is to be a lot of schools moving classes online for weeks or some even until further notice others telling students to leave campus entirely while mindful of public health both of those options they'll put some students at a disadvantage market places to be better for as that one finding out you suddenly need to move while still having to do school work is disruptive in the best of circumstances almost fifty percent of community college students were already dealing with housing and or food insecurity before this virus hat including about a third of those at public four year institutions Sara Goldrick Rabb is professor of higher education policy and sociology at Temple University she says research shows students drop out of college over shortfalls of as little as five hundred dollars so if students were already so stressed that they didn't have their basic needs met before the pandemic I can only imagine that the numbers are rising right now so far only a handful of schools are asking students to actually leave campus though that number may grow many more are moving courses online that too is harder on some students then on others who don't have access to high speed internet when Pascarella is president of the association of American colleges and universities she says instructors need to adjust their assignments and teaching methods during crises to avoid further marginalizing already underserved students this is a signal to us that we need to be paying greater attention Cheryl how to deal with not only health crises but natural disasters the more that colleges and universities ask of students the harder it.

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

11:45 min | 11 months ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

"What are the biggest media stories of this week and of Twenty Twenty thus far? That's where we're going to answer here on. This week's reliable sources podcast. I'm Brian Stelter. Host of this weekly podcast as you know. We use this format to go. In-depth with media leaders and newsmakers. And we gotta run a fund back before the holidays getting this media team together at talking about that. The biggest stories on each of those beats out from the streaming wars and a celebrity world to the misinformation age and digital media We have a team of experts covering all these stories. So we've brought them back for a new episode talk about all of the recent news. So let's get to it. I'm joined by Oliver Darcy. Chloe Melas Kerry Flynn and Frank Pelada. Welcome everybody we are sitting around Anderson. Cooper's fancy set at CNN New York so that we can all spread out and we can all see each other. So where should we start there? So many options frank. Where SHOULD WE START? I think we should start. With heard of Iris. Which is the biggest story in the world right now and kind of touches on multiple beats across media business and Tech Right? It is touching everything. How's it touch with your beat Frank? So great example like next month Moulana one of the biggest movies of the year. Potentially Disney's first major blockbuster is supposed to open. And it's kind of up in the air that's GonNa even open in China but beyond that. We're looking at a global box office impact from a from the Corona Virus. And we're talking majority of these movies that are going to start opening in the summer. One of the biggest ones is the next fast and furious which most of its money comes from International. A lot of it from China studios are wondering right now. Like what are we going to do? I had someone at one of the studios telling me well. If this is still a problem come this summer. We're GONNA have bigger problems than just you know movies about wonder woman and then diesel so this is something that is really going to impact the world stage in literally every single way that we can think about news. Yeah I noticed some of the local. Tv station owners were saying hey if there's quarantines in the United States people will watch more. Tv which is pretty dark but there are companies that benefit companies that suffer including the media sector and Oliver. You've been writing about current viruses well in this outbreak. And how it's being covered by the news media right well particularly the the right wing news media because they're the ones who are taken a different approach to say then they have floated too broad but some of the people in this pro trump media space and on Fox have floated this idea that the media is weaponising coverage to bring down trump. That impeachment didn't work that the muller thing didn't work and now they've seized on this as a way to bring down the stock market and hurt trump's reelection chances. You're even seeing commentators. Go as far to say that. They think that media hopes that people will die. It'll spread across the country because it could bring down trump which is seconds do reprehensible obviously not true. But these are. The things are hearing not only on Fox for the larger pro trump media space in general. It's a way to defend the president right and it's the way defend the president's handling right. It's it's hard Democrat right. I think I think when you watch on Hannity Particularly Sean Hannity and listen to rush limbaugh. It seems like they're trying to to calm the markets to calm everyone down. Say This is not a big deal. It's under control. And the hyper hearing on other channels. The newspapers is just the same anti-trump hype that's been happening over the past two years obviously. Very misleading contradicts. Not only what the saying. But what experts are saying on these networks. And you're not hearing you know Hannity Interview Doctors. During interview political hacks like Dan Bongino who obviously have invested interest in protecting the president and one thing that is. It's not surprising. Obviously that these pro-trump figures like Sean Hannity. Laura Ingraham like rush. Limbaugh are coming out to defend the president. They extensive lengths to do so in the done this throughout the trump presidency and even back when he was a candidate. But it's alarming in this case especially this case because of the public health risk and they're telling people you know it's not not a thing when all the experts are saying that people should be starting to prepare for what could be a pandemic across the world. Speaking of I have my mask on right now. The one that supposedly is sold out that end nine mass. You'll look in terms of going all a mess. Okay all right I just carry it for good measure I actually have worn it yet until this podcast But you know in terms of Hollywood. I mean look at bts. They're one of the biggest boy bands in the entire world. If not the biggest K pop group that was about to kick off their massive map of the soul world tour and they've canceled multiple shows that were to take place in Korea and they said that it was directly related to the corona virus. And that they made this decision after quote. Extensive and careful consideration. But I also think that we're GONNA see this with other artists other world tours. Movie Premieres I think it's interesting when you hear people at CNN cut talking about what's going to happen with the Olympics and it's working conversely as well. I mean you know this week. We're having one of the worst weeks in stock market history this week but yesterday. I mean we're doing this on a Friday. I looked at the stock market. And all you saw was read and read and read and then you saw net flicks which was up and people are thinking that. If things get worse people might stay home and Films Contagion at twenty eleven films starring Gwyneth. Paltrow is constantly in the news reading still trendy sane so you can watch it so. I don't know where it is a contagion like documentary. That's been running for the massively right. It's it's really crazy how much this permeates through everything that we're talking about right now. And the worst part about this is this could just be the beginning career. You seen any current virus related stories on your beat with publishing and digital media. It's just had a big impact on reporter as as we've said it just covering the krona virus. It was a big topic of the daily episode. So the media trying to talk about it maybe an educational positive way and not the way the all talking about episode on the virus. Which received a lot of? Buzz is the number one most downloaded podcast right now on. It by a month worth of groceries. Actually do that yeah. I actually in all seriousness and again I am not an alarmist but I am becoming one now is a mom of two ordered. Canned beans canned tuna pallets of water. I live out in the suburbs outside of the city. And I'm telling you some of the things that I actually wanted to buy on Amazon or back ordered two months not saying that's a direct result of that pile industrial just helpful anyway are less of a virus hugs and you need to have supplies. Never have enough rice KRISPIES. Affecting the is right now this week a lot of reporters including my boyfriend. We'RE SUPPOSED TO BE AT mobile world. Congress got cancelled which is good. I get to hang out with my boyfriend but and we have self by coming up. A lot of people are fearful that a lot of people are fearful of can like these really big conferences. That reporter is you know and obviously the businesses that go there are really big deal making opportunities that are now being canceled. Faceless cancelled eight feet. I've always you always been a little fast and furious movie. Yeah cancel cancel though you know crease. Pre Stein. Yeah so this is sort of the cloud that hangs over all other news and all beats and all stories. Whatever happens with this operate now how widespread it becomes I do think the other the other media hangover is how the president is covered. How the CDC is covered. How this credibility issue is covered. Because that's GonNa be the other through line of the Krono virus story no matter what happens whether people can trust with the American government says is unfortunately right there in the middle of the table. It's a big part of this story right and now we're seeing that all the communications are being run through the vice president. So I if everything's going through pence's office and I think that's the limiting communication to to the vice president. I think it's also interesting to note worthy where the president's getting his information and it again comes down to Fox. The other night he was live tweeting Fox News. And what was he live tweeting? He was live tweeting attacks on the media for covering the corona virus and he was boosting the idea again. The Media and Democrats are weaponising this in an effort to bring down his presidency. And if the president continues to get his information on the corona virus from Fox which is clearly politicizing it while ironically saying that others are politicizing it. It's alarming right to say the least right. I also think in terms of coverage of this in public emergencies. People rely on the media. They rely on the media for information. If there's a storm a hurricane coming if there's a terrorist attack coming and if there's a public health crisis and it's grossly irresponsible for not only Fox but for the president to be undermining trust in the media at a time like this at a time when people need to be able to rely on information that they hear from credible sources for the president to undermine that information is reprehensible and the two is that the media will play a big role in in the sun. And I think it's both national and local but we're just on the precipice of people needing answers to major questions Will Service Industry for instance allow people to take sick. Leave if they think they've come down with this virus or are they going to be forced to show up to work when when they get reporter should be asking these businesses you know? What is your policy on this? I saw report that the day that the DC metro is going to increase sanitizing. Their public transportation is the New York City. Subway going to be sanitized more frequently if this comes to New York City and then even smaller things I think. How do you prevent from this virus story of the day? That said that. There's no definitive answer. Whether like normal clorox or Leisa wipes kill. This mirus parral effective. I think people want answers to these very basic questions and that's up to reporters and journalists to to ask them into deliver these answers Now let's pivot from Crow virus and all of those outstanding questions to the other big media stories on the beat this week because Frank Khloe you all been covering huge stories from the courtroom to the boardroom. Frank your reaction when Bob. Eiger suddenly announced that he was stepping down as CEO. A complete surprise and I was like a Tuesday afternoon. Meanest dry was literally in our kitchen. Either Sprint two hundred yards. Pretty much to the newsroom. It was incredible even though it should have been because he's tried to retire multiple times. 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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

Techmeme Ride Home

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home

"What you missed today in the world of tech the. Uk's Met Office. Which is Britain's weather service said it will spend one point. Two billion dollars to acquire the world's most powerful climate supercomputer capable of forecasting weather events to an area. Just a thousand meters across. I feel like we've done a couple of stories in this. Forecasting weather space recently. Who Knew Weather? Forecasting would be a hot tech space all of a sudden except well you know quote the met said the computer will create a digital twin of our atmosphere with data like wind speeds air temperatures and pressures and more it will create forecasts down to an area just thousand meters or point six two miles across compared to ten kilometers or six point two miles across currently around large airports accuracy will focus down to just three hundred meters or about a thousand feet wants and service. It will not only generate better forecasts including rainfall predictions but will help emergency workers deploy mobile flood barriers balance. The energy grid and more the met also noted that it will also help services mitigate the effects of climate change quote and help support the transition to a low-carbon across the UK centers. Be The supercomputer will also be used by universities for drug design. Ai Energy Storage and other types of research and quote the first stage of the installation will go into service in two thousand twenty two and will be at least six times as powerful as the system already in place. It is by far the largest investment in the mets history. Another deadpool entry and this is one that coincided with the beginning of this podcast so we covered it plenty at the very beginning. Hq Trivia the company behind the once Popular Live Mobile Trivia Game Is Shutting. Down Twenty. Five employees will lose their jobs as reportedly. The company's lead investors were no longer willing to fund the company's operations going forward. Hq had raised fifteen million dollars at a one hundred million dollar valuation in March of two thousand eighteen and raised eight million dollars before that in CNN. Business Kerry Flynn reminds you of the HQ Trivia story quote when HQ Trivia launched in two thousand seventeen. Its first game. Hq Trivia.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Capitalist investments. Including Uber Facebook and Birch box. He now runs. Veda media, social media. First digital agency and has been named to both fortune and Crain's forty under forty list this year. Please welcome carrying, Gary. Hello. Hey guys, thanks for that great introduction. So, yes, some Kerry Flynn, I write from mash -able and here with Gary. So I'm guessing you guys. I mean you've got a brief introduction. I'm thinking you guys, probably all know Gary beaner, Chuck. But I would love Gary for you to introduce yourself. When you go to an event. How do you how do you introduce yourself? What think you know, I think the fragmentation of attention and marketing and calms is so intriguing actually think how many people here have no idea who I am raising? That was pretty better. I'm that was a good ego boost. Usually, usually how I go into conferences asked that question and the number is always very, very high. And I can only see the organizers squirming of either they overpaid me or they feel bad for me. But usually I you know, I contextualize myself as an entrepreneur, but I always reverse engineer the audience, right, like my biggest my biggest want up here in our next thirty minutes is I was walking around and looking at name tags asked ahead of time. We talked to me what I'm going to deliver is the context of what I think, is the most interesting and most valuable thing to talk about to the people in the room. I think as somebody who's been on stage a lot. I'm fascinated by how eighty percent of presentations are just one long press release. Right. So I think I take this very seriously. And the way I introduced myself usually is under the context of what could conceivably bring value to the people in the audience? Great. Well, then let's talk a little bit about being in media in terms of building that out because it seems to be really went with that mission in mind what did you really want to offer the world that didn't that didn't exist before? So I. I grew up in my family's liquor store business that I watched one of the first e wind businesses in one thousand nine hundred six and I built my business with no money and the reason it became a big business because I Google ad words the day came out for five cents a click for the word wine. And because I started a YouTube show, five months after YouTube came out and because I had an Email newsletter in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven that had ninety one percent open rates. And so my entire narrative has been very simple. And I think for all of us in this room, I think the world is pretty basic, mainly because I'm pretty basic, which is there's overpriced attention, and there's underpriced attention and while most of the world spends a lot of time trying to quantify and find the ARA, why of underpriced attention. I think the better model is to be a practitioner on your intuition around normal people's behavior. Learn it and maximize the ROI. So I did that for my family business. That went great that I invested in all these companies Facebook Twitter tumbler made a lot of money, and then I decided in my continued mission to buy the New York Jets though, they're testing me. That the way I was going to do that was to buy brands and flip them. So I think nostalgia is the most underpriced asset in the world. And so my dream is to buy Tootsie rolls or.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Taxi investigation, so, you know, like get you a man can do both or women get you a lady get you a grey lady. So I think that tension is good. I think that tension pushes us to actually make a decision. And I think that's something that changes over time like the New York Times is hover, many years old like that. The, the way we think about aditorial judgment will shift as the cultural people readers audiences shift. So, so final thing is for those sort of early on in their careers. Gimme gimme the case for media as a career choice, because there's a lot of career choices out there, and there's some that are even they're better paid their little bit more reliable than the media industry at this time. So I used to do these weekly coaching sessions for anyone who signed up, I had to put it on pause for bent. But, you know, I, I tell everyone I talked to that no matter how talented you are media is fucking hard. And that's the reality. But if you love the love news, if you love information, if you love people if you're curious about the world you love freed ding and, like finding sharing interesting stuff like what better job is there, then to be a journalist and there's a lot of different forms? Yes. Yes. And I think, you know, even what we were just talking about about the role of an editor it's not just, you know, you can be a journalist and not be writing stories, or editing stories there, so that, that landscape is so big. Now, you have people in product, you have people kind of working on training, you have people doing research. You have people looking at data. There's so many kind of entry points into media that, you know, I think if you like media let that be your kind of north star and figure figure out like what part you like because it's I. I think it's I mean, I don't think I know I know it's becoming much more flexible. I was just talking to an editor at the time suggests joined our politics team. He's been at the times for awhile, and he started saying, like, but I don't have like traditional editing experience. Fastly. No, no. Like you do like you, you come at it from XYZ angle. And like that's just as important as being able to edit a story, right? You, you can also learn these things, I think it's fun. I get to read all day, and, like, whether that's our, you know, Riyan exclusive to our New York taxi investigation. I just get to read all day and share. It's fun. It's hard. You learn a lot. It's constantly changing. If eels impactful and mission oriented, that's one of the things I always take away from BuzzFeed which I call my spiritual home. It like you can have both. Oh, that's one final thing on the stuff with, like the Ps and guacamole. Stuff that's done just to like, piss people on social media. Right. Yes, I would say most recently. Parole. Spreads. That was really just done to piss people off. You now we like to foster debate. Yeah. Like we can have a little rally in green point as Kerry Kerry Flynn, who is an apples, spritz influence, or I guess. I guess he's actually said she was going to go to. She wanted. She was missing it. So the New York Times caused a movement. Yeah. Movements. Big and small. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for listening. Our producers, DD Songo, as always, please share this podcast with your friends and colleagues leave us comment. Leave us a review go to ITN's or wherever your podcasts and do that. And I will be back next week with.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Now, that's actually really good point. Right. So I'm afraid we're going down the same warm. Holy went in last year as to where Brock is going to sign. Another deal. The morning wrestlemainia a few million bucks to stay another couple of matches. Or maybe staying ready? I don't know everything tells me I want Seth Rollins to win except for. I know how the WB invincible. I'm going to say Brock is going to win on a hate even saying, I'm throwing more drinks at the strain. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Plastic covering. On the screen because I. Screen. Yeah. That's the name of the difficult. Second album. What do you think third album, actually? Yeah. I don't know. I don't know you I want to win it. But yeah, I I agree with you. It'd be would they have three, you know, three two main titles change hands. And what is broke doing? I probably winning. It's pretty what he's doing is. Yeah. You save Roxas Atlanta yet. I think so. Yeah, I I want to win. And I think it would be a great match. And I think that it would be, you know, the whole beast lay thing would be a big big pushing point. But. Yeah. I don't say Zeebrugge losing. I want him to. I just I just think that this point time Vince is so enamored with Brock and just keeps the Money Train go on, and I just feel that if you're going to Kofu in which you have to and you're going to have the person I think is gonna win the next match that you have to set out. And I think he's gonna lose. They're going to go to Saudi Arabia or whatever place they go to and do a rematch and keep it's like, it's like groundhog day. It's the same thing as last year. But nothing yes. Yeah. It said of Roman it Seth set has to win. But it's just not right to do it. Because one of my big problems Japan at Tokyo, mid seven titles change ends. It's too many and have three world titles. Changed hands in a row. It's too much. Seth is numbers victim Brooklyn's. When you look at it that way. Yeah. It makes sense to for it to be on that it it doesn't make sense. But it makes sense. You know what? What I mean? Well, I I I don't even know making sense as the word for it. But it's the the the MO is believable, you know. So that was onto our it's funny to Jack is I record on this phone, and I have it plugged into six different things. The one thing I don't have it plugged into is is a is a charger, and I'm down to percents. So we're gonna finish before we run out of time. But I would. So here we go management. First time ever raw women's championship is smackdown women's championship. It was announced last night or two nights ago or the future whichever part of the time traveling university from winner takes all Ronda Rousey vs Becky, Lynch versus Charlotte, whoever wins because the first undisputed champion in WB history. Where does undisputed champion? Wait. Hang on. Hold on. I understood champion deputy history that does not have a male genitalia. There we go. Yeah. Because I mean, you do is undisputed champion before wasn't it. Hoof Jerry Flynn. I think his name was Kerry Flynn, Dave Jericho wherever's. Name was David Alan co Jerry Allen. Jerry cook. Listen, here's my thing. I've been a fan of this angle from the start when you know, once again the same thing with Kofi they fans wanted Becky to win Charlotte one. They started booing Charlotte who was the baby face and cheering Becky was the he'll that's how the business works. You follow what the fans want Becky and Charlotte was always uncoerced then Rhonda comes in. Then it's Becky and Rhonda than Charlotte comes in people are mad as three way. Let me tell you. Why it's a great idea for it to be three way..

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Manhattan is. Being accused of slamming a six year old. Boy into a door frame fifty five year old Jacques Edwards faces assault, and child endangerment charges he also served prison time, for second degree murder years ago to California, dealing with the largest wildfire in the state's history breaking a record sex set six months earlier the, plays north of San Francisco has destroyed an area nearly the size of l. a. and. Three the West Hollywood city council voted last night to remove. Donald trumps walk of fame star the star is taking a real beating since Trump became president somebody even took. A sledgehammer to, that. Star and lawmakers say it just costs too much to keep replacing it. It's ten forty six Conspiracy theorist and TV and radio host Alex Jones has been removed from a number of media platforms, Jones has among other things call the sandy hook massacre a hoax we are live now. In the news line with Kerry Flynn who writes for digital. Thanks for joining us carry thanks for having me so. Why did apple and then Facebook and then YouTube decide. To ban, Alex, Jones A. Long time coming off your lot happened yesterday with apple berry late day early morning Monday, made the decision to pull Alex Jones. Podcasts off their podcast up then a few hours later I believe up west coast. Time on Monday Facebook made. A similar decision to. Take down pages and then later in the day on Monday Kate YouTube and Spotify Alex Jones but like I said it's been, a long time coming Mentioned Facebook YouTube had pulled down some of his content over the last few weeks and reporters have also been putting a lot of pressuring, any q. and a. session that they've had with executives being like how can you really justify having individual this new, show on your platform when according, to many citation that he. Violated, what they call their community standards the plug was pulled yesterday no you write that this marks had. Changed really in the, way that these companies see themselves Yeah A lot said there a place for free speech is in what kind of a beautiful thing about the internet is that so many different voices can come together and you can see all these different. Opinions but like I, said these companies had community standards and Facebook and YouTube and. Apple they all have have a specific section on each and I. Do Alex Jones in his company has a lot about. The. Sandy hook massacre and they say that it's a government conspiracy theory and and you know they're just saying something that's fake news there's also inciting violence and hatred would completely violate that right that's not creating. A place for for, good conversation you could say obviously there's a first amendment argument. There so do you think Twitter will follow suit eventually or no Twitter kind of the biggest player left. The band and that the ding his account it's actually verified and has had a lot of push back in the last couple, of years on, a verification being seemed as an endorsement. Right so endorsing the things that he says and then, he's? Also able to use Twitter it like streaming service. To broadcast live, video, and you can rewind that video. Right now and YouTube out the strip dot ability from him Interesting and I actually just realized the reading one of my old stories Twitter change in December twenty seventeen to say that they consider. Individuals. On top for an off platform behavior when they accuse the network Describe and Facebook choosing to. Pull the plug, on him because of he beacon inciting violence you would. Think that Ben violates Twitter's terms of inciting, violence off platform but of course the Popol dolls make their own decisions are private companies they have their own role and sure we we can talk all day and debate whether or not Violate them but in the end, it they're deficient well thanks so much for joining us Thanks for having me, all right that's I, carry Flynn who writes for digital.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Channel 955

"I want to hear about the monkey the monkey here but my head kerry flynn who's a good friend of the station and the show one of four five or six your story's going viral what what happened with your son and his his little monkey and he ran being the lunch and he went in played at the play plays and went to video game store river town by the end of all of this he realized while he was having lunch that he does not have as monkey what a it's like his best friend right that is a complete best friend in the you do not see my son without his monkey that is his little tag along what's his what's his name does he have a name monkey oak and by the way not not like it's a very original name so i could be somebody else's monkey if we find monkey that's how you're gonna identified by the way if you find the monkey in the mall you have to ask the kid what is monkeys name we're gonna make sure it's monkey okay it's your monkey post then reach out to us on facebook and the post is actually going viral to and you're just asking for the return of the monkey right yeah i'm looking for is just hopefully we can return monkey back home and reunite him with tristen that would make a world and where can they reach you if they're trying to find out if they're trying to contact you i have my facebook which is keri and you can fund you or email is blend kerry thirteen gmailcom which is l y n e r hi am thirteen female dot found awesome all right well i will make sure we get this out there and we'll try to give you that monkey back yeah thank you what four five that's an ex looking you just walk in our studios tony trovato man we gotta say hello to our program director who just came into the studio her hello mr program director going on mike identified the station one what do you think mike you need to do a show without headphones wait is that work totally works because then you become more conscious about how you sound that's interesting home and try.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Channel 955

"No no no no the mojo in the morning warmup show you guys know what is like as a parent to have a child that loses their favorite toy and the toy is the only toys that will actually calm them down and keep them quiet or keep them happy well that happened to one of our mojo in the morning listeners in west michigan that listens to us on one zero four five s an axe and she went to social media and then actually turn towards mike to see if she can get a little help trying to find this this you know bear for this little kid for her son and the story ended up making the news woman asking for the public's help finding her son's favorite stuffed animal but this is not any ordinary toy monkey and it's been by the five year old side since he was born and that includes multiple medical procedures as well so rebecca russell shares that story tonight right there can annual the stuffed monkey has been in five year old christie mcdermott's life since before he was even born his mom says he is absolutely devastated to have lost his best friend and now she is doing everything she can't help get him back the smile on five year old trista mcdermott's face says it all sad him since he was born he doesn't go anywhere without him he is literally has best friend he is his little tag along you don't see tristan without monkey kerry flynn bought the stuffed animal when she was pregnant with tristen and says he hasn't left his side since brings them the school he brings them to t ball he brings them absolutely anywhere in everywhere monkey was with christian through multiple.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Channel 955

"Thanks bye name is hold on a second stop that for a second listen to that voice does dulcet tones that exit ex the audio of her not the whole thing and then you responded to air check now i know it's super puke how come you don't talk like that when you just talk to us but we go on the air and you playing the song and you're like man the biggest thing when i sit through those two they're like hey could you just talk like yourself stop puking on the time here my name is mike from mojo in the morning i love it by the way i think it's good that is all at where's where's tony talk to the pd rent i want to hear about the monkey all right oh said about the monkey of my abc kerry flynn who's a good friend of the station and the show one of four five or six your stories enviro what what happened with your son and his his little monkey and he did any you and he went in played at the play plays video game store river town by the end of all of this he realized while he was having lunch that you did not have his monkey what it's like his best friend right that is his complete best friend the us and not see my son was out his monkey that is little tag along what's his what's his name does he have a name monkey.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Science Friday

"Yeah i agree i mean i think there they're i think the underlying technology is a little is a little complex i don't think people should be afraid of that sometimes i do and i don't know maybe it's just my circle sometimes women seem to have a little bit more hesitation i think tonelli's point i think we and maybe it's a cultural thing i'm not sure but i think more often than not we really want to master the space before we go off and talk about it and i think there's a there's a wisdom so that there's an inherent you know being risk averse yeah but i also think there's this emphasis where you have to understand all of the tech and i think like any industry there's other aspects for example token amax that we really need knowledgeable people about while in a while i do think understanding what you know what hashing is for examples is really important because then you understand the applications a lot better crashing nelly do you want to explain that yeah you know i have a basic understanding of kind of and just a dozen no we have a minute left so maybe it won't go into that but i will say is going onto youtube and looking up key terms like what is it didn iffy home in key exchange what is hashing what is elliptical curve cryptography you know what is a smart contract i think if you go and google those things is is for anyone not just women you you're going to have a much better understanding and you'll say that it's not that is so i'm sorry to say that as all we have time for and i wish we could talk marcus this is so fascinating i want to thank my guests nelly bowls reporter covering tech and internet culture for the new york times kerry flynn reports on business of technology for mash able veronica reynolds co founder of the ucla blockchain lab.

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"kerry flynn" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"kerry flynn" Discussed on Science Friday

"Yeah but i also think there's this emphasis where you have to understand all of the tech and i think like any industry there's other aspects for example token aw mix that we really need knowledgeable people about while in a while i do think understanding you know what hashing is for examples is really important because then you understand the applications a lot crashing nelly do you wanna explain yeah i have a basic understanding of kind of just doesn't know we have a minute left so maybe it won't go into that but will say is going onto youtube and looking up key terms like what is it did if he home in key exchange what is hashing what is elliptical curve cryptography you know what is a smart contracts i think if you go and google those things is as you know for anyone not just women you're going to have a much better understanding and you'll say that it's not that is i'm sorry to say that as all we have time for and i wish we could talk marcus's so fascinating i wanna thank my guests nelly bowls reporter covering tech and internet culture for the new york times kerry flynn reports on business of technology for mash able veronica reynolds co founder of the ucla blockchain lab thank you all thank you thank you thank you this is science friday i'm flora lichtman sitting in for ira flato the bird like dinosaur archaeopteryx was first discovered in the eighteen sixties and this raven sized dino cloaked in feathers helped kick off the debate about the evolutionary links between reptiles and birds and these days you often hear birds referred to as living dinosaurs sleigh you've probably seen that baby blue heron picture we will tweet it but archaeopteryx itself the dinosaur that started it all remains a bit of a mystery did it actually fly could it get off the ground did it glide down from trees like a flying squirrel in new research published this week a team of scientists turned to the fossilized wing bones for clues they used a synchrotron a particle accelerator to peer inside of those bones and look for structures that might hold clues here to tell us what he found is dennis bhuttan a paleontologist and research fellow at the european synchrony.

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