34 Burst results for "Kevin Mason"

Oversharing (MM #3907)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Oversharing (MM #3907)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as you know, I've spent a lot of my life now 15 years plus on social media. I spend a lot of time reading and learning and listening. But one thing I've noticed here in the last couple of years and it's really starting to increase now is the amount of oversharing people do, how they bring you into their lives, more than what a casual acquaintance would. The reality is, we're not really necessarily Friends, even though we're friends on Facebook. I'm not sure I've got family members on Facebook, and they're more than Friends, they're family. And I've got friends. But then you've got people who you've connected with, whether you've met them at a conference, whether you've worked with them in the past or whether you've just connected with them somehow through the Internet, that share a whole lot about who they are about what's going on in their life and things that they probably wouldn't share in person if you were just a casual acquaintance. So sharing a lot over sharing perhaps, I wouldn't say it's concerning, but it's concerning. Why do you feel the need to share those things with people who aren't really that close to you? Is it a cry for help? Makes me wonder

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Oversharing (MM #3907)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Oversharing (MM #3907)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, as you know, I've spent a lot of my life now 15 years plus on social media. I spend a lot of time reading and learning and listening. But one thing I've noticed here in the last couple of years and it's really starting to increase now is the amount of oversharing people do, how they bring you into their lives, more than what a casual acquaintance would. The reality is, we're not really necessarily Friends, even though we're friends on Facebook. I'm not sure I've got family members on Facebook, and they're more than Friends, they're family. And I've got friends. But then you've got people who you've connected with, whether you've met them at a conference, whether you've worked with them in the past or whether you've just connected with them somehow through the Internet, that share a whole lot about who they are about what's going on in their life and things that they probably wouldn't share in person if you were just a casual acquaintance. So sharing a lot over sharing perhaps, I wouldn't say it's concerning, but it's concerning. Why do you feel the need to share those things with people who aren't really that close to you? Is it a cry for help? Makes me wonder

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No Worries (MM #3906)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

No Worries (MM #3906)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, they was talking about how Gen Z and millennials don't like to use the phrase. You're welcome. They prefer no problem or no worries. I've always used no worries when somebody apologizes for something. How do you acknowledge an apology? I find myself using the phrase no worries when somebody's apologizing for something. So they're more worried about your welcome being associated with being too formal, and I've always worried that when I use the phrase no worries, I wasn't being formal enough. I wasn't acknowledging an apology in the right way. How do you recognize an apology from someone? And of course, a lot of times, hey, I'm sorry I did this or I'm sorry I made this mistake and you just reply with no worries, or at least I do. And a lot of times, let's be honest, when you apologize for something, you know it's not your fault, but it's just easier to say, hey, sorry for the confusion. Sorry about the problem. Sorry, you're doing more work or whatever it is. And I'm just the conduit. No problem. No worries. Maybe I shouldn't be using them in terms of an apology or using them now instead of you're welcome. I know I'm just so confused.

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No Worries (MM #3906)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

No Worries (MM #3906)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Yes, they was talking about how Gen Z and millennials don't like to use the phrase. You're welcome. They prefer no problem or no worries. I've always used no worries when somebody apologizes for something. How do you acknowledge an apology? I find myself using the phrase no worries when somebody's apologizing for something. So they're more worried about your welcome being associated with being too formal, and I've always worried that when I use the phrase no worries, I wasn't being formal enough. I wasn't acknowledging an apology in the right way. How do you recognize an apology from someone? And of course, a lot of times, hey, I'm sorry I did this or I'm sorry I made this mistake and you just reply with no worries, or at least I do. And a lot of times, let's be honest, when you apologize for something, you know it's not your fault, but it's just easier to say, hey, sorry for the confusion. Sorry about the problem. Sorry, you're doing more work or whatever it is. And I'm just the conduit. No problem. No worries. Maybe I shouldn't be using them in terms of an apology or using them now instead of you're welcome. I know I'm just so confused.

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No Problem (MM #3905)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

No Problem (MM #3905)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I was reading a fascinating story the other day about how Generation Z and millennials don't like to say you're welcome. When they're thankful for something they usually prefer to say, no problem or no worries. Of course it has baby boomers all in a snit. I have not noticed it, yeah, I'm a baby boomer, but I haven't really noticed that before. Of course, it's all about being formal or not being formal. The world and the language have evolved over the course of time and we now live in a world less formal than previous. I remember the big deal when we first started wearing jeans to work, and everybody was so upset about that or go back even further than that when women started wearing pants to work. It's the world we live in now is much less formal and the younger generations prefer it that way. It all happens at an all evolves. But instead of saying, you're welcome, which is much too stuffy and much too formal and makes them uncomfortable. They'd rather say no problem and no worries. I'll be honest just an acknowledgment in general. That makes it okay for me because most of the times you say thank you. Nobody seems to care.

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No Problem (MM #3905)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

No Problem (MM #3905)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I was reading a fascinating story the other day about how Generation Z and millennials don't like to say you're welcome. When they're thankful for something they usually prefer to say, no problem or no worries. Of course it has baby boomers all in a snit. I have not noticed it, yeah, I'm a baby boomer, but I haven't really noticed that before. Of course, it's all about being formal or not being formal. The world and the language have evolved over the course of time and we now live in a world less formal than previous. I remember the big deal when we first started wearing jeans to work, and everybody was so upset about that or go back even further than that when women started wearing pants to work. It's the world we live in now is much less formal and the younger generations prefer it that way. It all happens at an all evolves. But instead of saying, you're welcome, which is much too stuffy and much too formal and makes them uncomfortable. They'd rather say no problem and no worries. I'll be honest just an acknowledgment in general. That makes it okay for me because most of the times you say thank you. Nobody seems to care.

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Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the 1970s, when ABC created Monday Night Football, with Howard Cosell and Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, it was all the rage it was revolutionary. It changed the game of professional football. I talked a couple of months ago where I thought the game of well, not just professional football, but sports broadcasting in general changed thanks to the new mega cast that ran most Mondays on ESPN2. That's Peyton Manning and his brother Eli, basically, while hosting a party, I guess you'd say, with guests popping in and out and kind of talking about the game, we're watching the game, but it's not really the play by play, and I kind of don't know what to do with myself tonight because they're not on. They're not on every game this season. They're not hosting every game, but I found that I watch more Monday Night Football now than I ever have in my entire life. And that includes years where I had to go host Monday Night Football parties when it worked in radio. It's changed the way I watch sports. And again, I've watched more Monday Night Football this year than I have in well forever. I think it's going to change a lot of things. It'd be interesting for me to see NASCAR kind of try the same thing.

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Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Monday Night Football (MM #3904)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Back in the 1970s, when ABC created Monday Night Football, with Howard Cosell and Don Meredith and Frank Gifford, it was all the rage it was revolutionary. It changed the game of professional football. I talked a couple of months ago where I thought the game of well, not just professional football, but sports broadcasting in general changed thanks to the new mega cast that ran most Mondays on ESPN2. That's Peyton Manning and his brother Eli, basically, while hosting a party, I guess you'd say, with guests popping in and out and kind of talking about the game, we're watching the game, but it's not really the play by play, and I kind of don't know what to do with myself tonight because they're not on. They're not on every game this season. They're not hosting every game, but I found that I watch more Monday Night Football now than I ever have in my entire life. And that includes years where I had to go host Monday Night Football parties when it worked in radio. It's changed the way I watch sports. And again, I've watched more Monday Night Football this year than I have in well forever. I think it's going to change a lot of things. It'd be interesting for me to see NASCAR kind of try the same thing.

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Lavender (MM #3902)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Lavender (MM #3902)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, this time of year, the cold and flu season. You start seeing commercials for products that include lavender. Because lavender helps make you feel better. It's calming, it soothing. It has magical powers, I guess. I don't actually find that to be the case. I don't like the smell of lavender. In fact, I've got a couple of VapoRub containers that for some reason somebody gave me the head lavender in them, and I've tried to use it. I've tried to even put it on my feet when I wanted to soften my feet and get those vapor up juices coming up through my body and it works, but I just don't like the smell. Even on my feet, I would definitely not put it on my chest or put it on my face or anything like that. And I don't understand why lavender has these properties. Because any time I smell lavender, whether it's perfume, whether it's mother flowers themselves, or just anything that includes lavender, I'm not repulsed. I just don't enjoy it. I don't like it. It just it's not a smell for me. And maybe it's just a guy thing. Maybe it's just a me thing, but when you see the commercials about the soothing, calming, lavender baths, not so. It just kind of gets me agitated. And that's kind of

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Lavender (MM #3902)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Lavender (MM #3902)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason, this time of year, the cold and flu season. You start seeing commercials for products that include lavender. Because lavender helps make you feel better. It's calming, it soothing. It has magical powers, I guess. I don't actually find that to be the case. I don't like the smell of lavender. In fact, I've got a couple of VapoRub containers that for some reason somebody gave me the head lavender in them, and I've tried to use it. I've tried to even put it on my feet when I wanted to soften my feet and get those vapor up juices coming up through my body and it works, but I just don't like the smell. Even on my feet, I would definitely not put it on my chest or put it on my face or anything like that. And I don't understand why lavender has these properties. Because any time I smell lavender, whether it's perfume, whether it's mother flowers themselves, or just anything that includes lavender, I'm not repulsed. I just don't enjoy it. I don't like it. It just it's not a smell for me. And maybe it's just a guy thing. Maybe it's just a me thing, but when you see the commercials about the soothing, calming, lavender baths, not so. It just kind of gets me agitated. And that's kind of

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Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. One of the biggest debates for Thanksgiving is that we have dressing, are we having stuffing? And yes, there is a difference. My wife's family prefers dressing. It's a family tradition handed down that they love. I don't mind it, but I've never cared about dressing or stuffing. And I've had stuffing, the kind you actually put in the bird and cook in the bird. Of course, there can also be some health hazards with that too because, well, you're putting something inside an uncooked bird, so naturally, as it cooks, if there are any problems with the bird to begin with, they're going to be cooked into the bread, perhaps, too. So it's kind of a weird thing, but most people do dressing rather than stuffing. But when stove top came out, that was the funny part. It was stove top stuffing. It should have been stove top dressing, but the alliteration didn't work there. Stuffing is stuffed inside a bird. If you've stuffed it inside the bird, enjoy your stuffing today. If you cooked it on the stove or cooked it in the oven or however you cooked it outside of the bird, you're having dressing. It's a big holiday tradition right next to the Thanksgiving Turkey. I'm guessing. We may be mashed potatoes and gravy. Okay, and maybe cranberries in my family, but Happy Thanksgiving.

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Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Dressing Or Stuffing (MM #3900)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. One of the biggest debates for Thanksgiving is that we have dressing, are we having stuffing? And yes, there is a difference. My wife's family prefers dressing. It's a family tradition handed down that they love. I don't mind it, but I've never cared about dressing or stuffing. And I've had stuffing, the kind you actually put in the bird and cook in the bird. Of course, there can also be some health hazards with that too because, well, you're putting something inside an uncooked bird, so naturally, as it cooks, if there are any problems with the bird to begin with, they're going to be cooked into the bread, perhaps, too. So it's kind of a weird thing, but most people do dressing rather than stuffing. But when stove top came out, that was the funny part. It was stove top stuffing. It should have been stove top dressing, but the alliteration didn't work there. Stuffing is stuffed inside a bird. If you've stuffed it inside the bird, enjoy your stuffing today. If you cooked it on the stove or cooked it in the oven or however you cooked it outside of the bird, you're having dressing. It's a big holiday tradition right next to the Thanksgiving Turkey. I'm guessing. We may be mashed potatoes and gravy. Okay, and maybe cranberries in my family, but Happy Thanksgiving.

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Your Family (MM #3899)

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01:00 min | Last week

Your Family (MM #3899)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason as you get ready to head out for the holidays, you're likely going to spend it with your female significant others family than you are your own if you're a male, research shows you that throughout the years, you end up going towards their family, not because you want to, but that's just kind of the way things work out. In my world, it started happening when I was in college and I spent thanksgivings with my college girlfriend and then my second girlfriend in college, not so much with my first wife's family. I don't think we spent much time with them at all, but that was because my first wife didn't really like her family. Now of course I've spent most of my holidays with my second wife's family. My parents don't care as much about holidays. They were never big in our family so it's no big deal. It's not like we had a big holiday tradition or anything like that. But if you are a man, you're likely going to the woman in the houses, family get together. I don't know why it works that way, but it always does. On Thanksgiving Day, we're going to be with my wife's family, at least part of it because my brother in law is spending it with his wife's family. See that's how it works. If their holidays to be spent, the wife or the girlfriend, they're usually the one telling us where we're going. I'm okay with that.

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Your Family (MM #3899)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Your Family (MM #3899)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason as you get ready to head out for the holidays, you're likely going to spend it with your female significant others family than you are your own if you're a male, research shows you that throughout the years, you end up going towards their family, not because you want to, but that's just kind of the way things work out. In my world, it started happening when I was in college and I spent thanksgivings with my college girlfriend and then my second girlfriend in college, not so much with my first wife's family. I don't think we spent much time with them at all, but that was because my first wife didn't really like her family. Now of course I've spent most of my holidays with my second wife's family. My parents don't care as much about holidays. They were never big in our family so it's no big deal. It's not like we had a big holiday tradition or anything like that. But if you are a man, you're likely going to the woman in the houses, family get together. I don't know why it works that way, but it always does. On Thanksgiving Day, we're going to be with my wife's family, at least part of it because my brother in law is spending it with his wife's family. See that's how it works. If their holidays to be spent, the wife or the girlfriend, they're usually the one telling us where we're going. I'm okay with that.

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Like My Father (MM #3898)

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01:00 min | Last week

Like My Father (MM #3898)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as I get older, I find out that I have more habits of my father than ever before. I'm so much like my father in a lot of ways. But I'm starting to do things that he does, and they're not bad things, and this isn't bad. It's just a weird little habits that you want to read, get them from. I wonder if he got them from grandfather and they're just heredity, or it's just how we're wired together. Other day driving down the road in the left hand lane, enough traction between me and the 18 Wheeler in front of me, but there were some little Kia behind me who just wanted to get around us so she bolted around the right side and pulls back in and basically the truck hits its brakes and she has to stop. So I just kind of waved at her and smiled. I thought, oh my gosh, my dad does that. I'll find myself chatting up people like cashiers at the grocery store or waitresses and things like that. Just talking about stupid stuff, like my father does. I don't know why I do that. My wife will look at me sometimes, just shake her head and go, okay, bob, whatever, and that kind of chuckle. I don't mean to be doing it. I don't realize I'm doing it, but I find out the older I get, the more I'm like my father every day. Now I guess you could say that's a good thing. It just kind of strange because I don't know where these habits come from

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Like My Father (MM #3898)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Like My Father (MM #3898)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason as I get older, I find out that I have more habits of my father than ever before. I'm so much like my father in a lot of ways. But I'm starting to do things that he does, and they're not bad things, and this isn't bad. It's just a weird little habits that you want to read, get them from. I wonder if he got them from grandfather and they're just heredity, or it's just how we're wired together. Other day driving down the road in the left hand lane, enough traction between me and the 18 Wheeler in front of me, but there were some little Kia behind me who just wanted to get around us so she bolted around the right side and pulls back in and basically the truck hits its brakes and she has to stop. So I just kind of waved at her and smiled. I thought, oh my gosh, my dad does that. I'll find myself chatting up people like cashiers at the grocery store or waitresses and things like that. Just talking about stupid stuff, like my father does. I don't know why I do that. My wife will look at me sometimes, just shake her head and go, okay, bob, whatever, and that kind of chuckle. I don't mean to be doing it. I don't realize I'm doing it, but I find out the older I get, the more I'm like my father every day. Now I guess you could say that's a good thing. It just kind of strange because I don't know where these habits come from

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Technical Difficulties (MM #3897)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Technical Difficulties (MM #3897)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. When so much of your life revolves around technology, you have some days that are just throwaways. I call them technical difficulty days, because, well, some days are just crippled by your technical difficulties. On Friday I had to do a video interview, one of those guest spots on television, and the need of course to use my computer. Now I'm having problems with a couple of my computers. My main computer, I wouldn't even bother trying to do a video interview that's got to be for television because it's on its last legs. So I went to my backup computer, only problem is the Bluetooth dongle that's inside wasn't working. So when I got connected to the network feed, they couldn't hear me and I couldn't hear them. So I've got to do something to get that fixed. Then on Sunday, go out to do my road warrior videos. I have audio problems. I couldn't figure out if it was the camera if it was one of the three cables that are needed to be able to do the video. If it was the microphone itself, I'm still not sure what it was, but got it fixed, and then of course I have three batteries for my camera, two of which were dead. One of those weekends full of technical difficulties and there was no way to escape.

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Technical Difficulties (MM #3897)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Technical Difficulties (MM #3897)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. When so much of your life revolves around technology, you have some days that are just throwaways. I call them technical difficulty days, because, well, some days are just crippled by your technical difficulties. On Friday I had to do a video interview, one of those guest spots on television, and the need of course to use my computer. Now I'm having problems with a couple of my computers. My main computer, I wouldn't even bother trying to do a video interview that's got to be for television because it's on its last legs. So I went to my backup computer, only problem is the Bluetooth dongle that's inside wasn't working. So when I got connected to the network feed, they couldn't hear me and I couldn't hear them. So I've got to do something to get that fixed. Then on Sunday, go out to do my road warrior videos. I have audio problems. I couldn't figure out if it was the camera if it was one of the three cables that are needed to be able to do the video. If it was the microphone itself, I'm still not sure what it was, but got it fixed, and then of course I have three batteries for my camera, two of which were dead. One of those weekends full of technical difficulties and there was no way to escape.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A show every weekday afternoon from three until six. David is going to be a part of a event on Wednesday night in the South High School, in which Sam Weiss is honored by a bunch of Sam's former players, including as YOU might imagine David faltering Anthony MOON EOS Nicky would Jim breach. It's gonna be awesome. LaSalle hs dot net slash Sam Wife is the website. If you want to go, it's a 21 plus event. It is a stag oven as well. Which means, man Only so you could you could check that out. I enjoyed listening to David talk about The parallels between Joe Burrow and Boomer assize. And you know, Boomer regarded as one of the great leaders at his position ever. And there's ah lot about Joe Burrow that kind of at least in that regard feels and seems very valued. Very, very familiar for those of us who obviously remember Boomer. And I've watched Joe make his way through his first NFL season. This was this was a big week because we got to watch Joe Burrow walk across the street. And participate on a limited basis in a football practice. I would have said to you on that day in November of 2020. He was carted off. Against Washington. Look, Hey, first day Botha is Joe Burrow is gonna have a helmet on. He's gonna be walking and he's gonna be throwing passes. You would have said yes. Yes, it's just tell me that Give me that. Okay, well, Joe burrow in the Bangles gave you that as a thought. I know this is Uh, gonna sound somewhat hokey. I don't really, For the most part care about the mechanics of O T. A's All that much. Um And when players don't show up for them, it doesn't bother me. There's a lot of voluntary activities I wouldn't show up for either. But this season is enormous for Zach Taylor. Enormous. Mean thistles. Your three. They've had a couple of drafts cycles they've spent in free agency. They have their quarterback. Time to start winning football games. There has to be a significant increase in this team's win total, or, you know, it's it's really gonna put into focus. Zach Taylor job. Earl is going to stay. Team's not gonna be sold phone Zach Taylor start winning some day and football games. I thought for a coach who goes into a season where the work this this franchise is going to be judged by do they win more games? I thought for a coach who's at the center of all that. The fact that every player came to O T A's is significant. What? It's Andy Reid, Erbil, Bella Jacker, Mike Tomlin or Bruce Arians Air whoever Ah, more established coach that such a thing is not a big deal to me. But remember what last season was all about on top of Burroughs highs and lows of his rookie year. You know, there were stories that emerged during the season about well, the locker room is falling apart. Guys are tuning him out. They don't trust Zach Taylor. They don't like Zach Taylor. They're unhappy with their roles. They don't like the communication how valid those things were or weren't I couldn't tell you but but those that was a part of the story last year. For a coach who was going into a proven season. On the heels of the kind of year the Bengals had last year. The fact that everybody came to a voluntary activity. Is enormous. You might just say a lot about the culture that they've built. Zach has talked a lot about that. It might say a lot about where they just had the right group of dudes who just love to play ball might say a lot about Joe Burrow might say a lot about the mix. They have might say a lot about the off season. Where all right, there's nothing to do, I I don't know. But it does say something about the coach. And for a guy who has spent a lot of time talking about the culture and having the right mix and having the right tone and then went through a year last year where the togetherness of the team was questioned. The culture was questioned. Players like to play for Zach Taylor. All that was questioned toe a man everybody showed up this week. That's a really encouraging sign. If your Bangles fan it's got to be a really encouraging sign because that wasn't the case around the NFL. That's got to be a really encouraging sign. If you're Zach Taylor. Uh, let's see 513749 7000 Kevin Mason. Thank you for hanging on. How are you? How are you doing? Wonderful. What's going on once again. Your baseball. Ackerman impresses me did that you'd make I told you before you make a great GM or president of baseball operations, though those hours aren't earn anything. I want a part of But you might like that money, though. That wouldn't be bad. You hit the nail on the head. They say they want to win and then don't spend any money. They let their best closer go. They have no one to replace Iglesias. No. One You know they nobody replacing. They let Bradley go for free. You just mentioned that they could have the least got something to return for Bradley, A living human being would have been nice. Yeah. I mean, they just let him go. I mean, They let a great backup catcher just go. I mean, I would never have let Kirk site they're not in it to win. They could they could You know? No people all kinds of situations and make up stories that we're doing this to win. They're not, you know. Kiss Cellini. I've been told he wants to sell the team. You know, I mean, when Dick Williams left this winter, I thought that was the tale Tell sign, you know, And when they talk about spending money if you remember the Williams brothers who used to be partners with Castellani tude Marge Schott because she was spending money for three straight years to try to win and get in the playoffs. Mm. She was bringing in..

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"kevin mason" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

12:03 min | 11 months ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Read. His website is matteo schmidt schmidt automotive research and the western european passenger car market finished about thirty five thousand units behind china for plug incas. And it doesn't sound close but it really is because the previous year twenty nine. It was six hundred. Fifty thousand units different says matteis the western european market that includes the original member states before the enlargement in two thousand and four. Plus norway. is london switzerland so a near even split between pure electrics and plug in hybrids contribution to one point three three million new passenger cars entering the european market with a plug socket on wall in china Four and five of the plug ins entering roads were pure electrics so a difference in the split but the total number about the same china and europe. Amazing guy back a couple of years. It was all china. It was just the only place we were talking about. Electric cars and interesting finding it. You might cost. We won't silent. People want to buy american right out the next strengthening their business in china audi and f. a. w. confirm a new company for future production of electric cars made in china audi ag volkswagen group of china receiving a sixty percent shah joining in with f. w. to make calls on the p. platform premium platform. Electric co develops by porsche and the first corporation company with a majority interest held by audi china actually local manufacturer voice p p stars in two thousand twenty four. Okay question of the week time right now. I was asking you this week about your favorite charging networks mark. Buckingham in new zealand says kia ora mountain. My favorite charging network is charging that in new zealand. And thanks to them. I have almost one hundred thousand kilometers on my kona. I travel anywhere in new zealand. Thanks for what you do. Enlisting since january eighteen year right coming up to three years my friend. I should look. I should look. When's the third anniversary. I may have missed. i should look hollow to. Oh my goodness this gentleman's name is t h i j s theses these I'm so sorry for your name wrong. english up terrible at getting names. I'm so sorry With my two thousand twelve kangaroo i have limited range and no fast charging the kangaroo charged three point seven kilowatts actually but driving in the netherlands. and i it's attainable because of the availability of destination charges lungs. They aplenty and available. He says and actually work with a dutch chap and i make a dutch podcast. I will ask my colleagues Who work on the The formula one dutch podcast. And it's how to say your name issue and apology to one of my patrons joe michelle massey. I can't fault tesla's network you on the show. It works fast as plentiful of them and the car plans for you giving me confidence to go on long. Dry done to two thousand mile road trips around. Franz i've used a few destination charges hotels to i have to street park my car in london. Luckily i can charge at work. He says street parking remains a sticking point for the masses. I like the ub trysofi model now. Tricky they have a little plug sockets streetlamps because of course you go power through the street for the lights charge a car on those. If there was one network in the city to roll out quick of that would be the one and it becomes rather expensive too fiddly. I've i've not used them. When i go up to the london. I'm working in richmond. Not of course lately not for a year but because of covid. But when i do i used to live in london but it was. We moved a couple of years ago before the of ev charging infrastructure was as good as is now. But i'm not tried uber. Trustee ivory must do lee brown from scotland. My answers the charge play. Scotland network twenty year for the card and access to hundreds of charges getting added every month. It helped me by v in the first place as around where i live charging is free on rapids and destinations dedicated. Help line to and from my experience little problems vic grump says insta volts gets my volt it votes. It works now. the reason vit- grunt likes it because you can wave a debit or credit card. And it's priced okay. Isn't that brilliant. You can just turn up wave you card and they start charging. I love that holiday. Another patron edco teen as most of my charging is at home. We only charge on long trips since these are mainly on motorways. Favorite charges zap maps least favorite electric highway. Yeah e. coaches isn't everyone's capizzi quick sidebar on e. tracy For those that have read the new book by the chap who founded aeko trusty dale. Read a book before christmas as a paragraph in that how he says going into twenty. Twenty one They will move forward the sale of the network and i haven't seen that written about anywhere else but he writes it in his book. He is currently in the process talking to several people about the sale of electric highway and he countries city And a oh okay right. That's the first. I've heard of it. And i've obviously a room and i talk to people off the record all the time and over the years. I know people that have inquired and the price are. We've been to the network anyway so pretty old needs a bunch of money spent on it got some good locations of course book. That's amazing. anyway he selling. I wonder who bite. Let's go back to ed's email now with my digression and he says the electric highway paid was paid for with the help of nissan. Drive of a leaf is never failed me to chargers in most locations and very rally acute most importantly if the charge loses connection you get a free unlike other networks where the charge. It doesn't work call. Kramer says charge point. I'd be willing to pay a reasonable rates but all the charge point in my area. Free carolina in los altos california voltage charging in the. Us is favorite free to consume super convenient locations and honey visible and sounds like that. Coming with some form of dc false charges that a positive charge the mole on grocery locations that free easy use charging convinced me time to go ev. Nicholas partridge from as and says. I'm enjoying charge. Points insta volts. Yeah instable us charge point from the us. They are conveniently located easy to use Mattie yuki mo- in finland myself and many others in finland prefer the recharge network firstly they worked like a charm and wide coverage secondly the equally important if not more they were the first to adopt the awesome s series charging system by cam power. Thank you very much. I will check out. I'm sure that Bjorn newland has done a video on that casey edmund. Sorry casey in edmonds says. I don't do very much long distance travel so challenge but we're out shopping or doing errands. I also look for volta charges free level twos but with ads on those are the ones. Okay yeah ad supported The network is growing people like me. Don't need to go from twenty to eighty percent. They are great. Thank you very much for all of your emails this week. Those are the ones i picked out to read. Question of the week is backing. Twenty twenty one. Because i just love hearing from you. And i should never got rid of in the first place in an attempt to To try and cut down on the workload. It's the one thing that i really really love to hear from you about. So let's set a brand new question of the week this week. Get your own says in. when did you. I know you wanted to drive a navy. Can you recall the moments was there. I'm moment I'm imagining it. Must have been another mine. Was watching the robert. Llewellyn fully charged videos very homemade of the time. It wasn't like. I mean the first video. I think we're literally him and a tripod. I think by the time. I found fully charged a couple of years in He had help maybe with mark or one of the gang. That was early doors on fully charged. But it was. I definitely recall watching some stuff from him with plug in hybrids actually just raving about the electric side of it. And i was like all right. I need to buy one of those so that was my moment and then i edge towards fully on never ended up. Going plug in hybrid. When did you. I know you wanted to drive an evi. Send me your answer. My email is hallo at daily dot com. You can listen to nine hundred and sixteen four think yes previous shows in the get them for free the blog even daily dot com and obviously in your podcast platforms. I've slightly reduced the amount of shows in the podcast feed because it saves on your data downloads. It's the way with podcasts. Work in other words. You'll phone your tablet or your app. Downloads the feed and then checks. If it's new and i was sending the feast not all of the audio but at least a text file references them for all thousand episodes. It was getting a little bit big and it was. You know it doesn't cost me extra to serve. But i guess it would cost you for data downloads of reduce the amount of shows. You can get in the feed. If that's not working for anyone like an increase it Had any complaints had one emails. I know i couldn't get like a couple of hundred ago. There was the old on the blog even used dot com paid for by patriot but sarah electric future premium. Pa check him out and you can go to af dot energy in. The uk filled us bread crosby avid technology portion of the village in cincinnati saudi of cincinnati east volvo cars of cincinnati. Ace national kochav dot com aloha charge dot com derek riley from avionics youtube channel and richard simon's are to cut For buying and selling in the uk partners david. And lisa allen. Thank you so much Gareth hamer good man. Thank you gareth. Kalo to immobility norway. The end previous guests of this show. Bob boothby from mill brick cottages and lokman wedding venue darin mcklusky from d-i-n-o-v-i-t-e real estate hotel cooking from shift to electric dot com raji. Narayan an emc opa amazing. Thank you. And all of executive producers mentioned on a sunday allen. Robson alex haney alexander frank and this andrea jefferson andrew. Green committed brian thompson. Briefs bohannon also. Chris coons christopher both cola. Hennessy crate kohl's davis state juice and david finch david david partington and david prescott and don mcallister. The amac help that screen casts online dot com edwin. Cool team. Eric hansen every union. You'll be frederick gene. You'll lesser assault. Oh jeff headley right heinrich license. A and griffiths kings. Jack oakley james store jim morris. John schroder john who is bidding macbeth. Face not seeming. Well obviously ken. Tv's not being able to go to many events. John manchester kwan. Gonzalez's ken morris kevin mason coma and lost lawrence allen. 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"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

Mary Paul Harvey apple Mason Andy Rooney Geico Kobe twitter Google AI Youtube Amazon spotify
"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

Mary Paul Harvey apple Mason Andy Rooney Geico Kobe twitter Google AI Youtube Amazon spotify
"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

Mary Paul Harvey apple Mason Andy Rooney Geico Kobe twitter Google AI Youtube Amazon spotify
"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

Mary Paul Harvey apple Mason Andy Rooney Geico Kobe twitter Google AI Youtube Amazon spotify
"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

"It's truly tough to categorize my podcast mason minute because it's not typical most podcast fifteen minutes thirty minutes forty, five minutes sixty, whatever it is. Mine's literally a minute long each and every day it's more of a commentary I guess than a podcast but everybody considers it a podcast and I've been doing it now almost ten years literally day in day out three, hundred, sixty, five days a year now for nine and a half years, it'll be ten years in March, and it's one of the I actually have. A radio background I started in radio as a small child. I'm a second generation radio broadcaster Mary to a second generation radio broadcaster. So audio is in my blood I retired from business really I left the business and moved into the entertainment business moved into music moved into marketing social media about now almost fifteen years ago. So I was looking for a way to keep my feet wet. I DIDN'T WANNA get back into radio, but I truly missed being in front of a microphone so I was talking with the. Buddy and he asked me why wasn't doing something audio based on the Internet I, create social media content for a living I work with others to help them create social media content. He said GonNa make sense that you do something like a podcast to brand yourself to help build your business and help show people what they can do with content. That's other Mason minutes started and it was just one of those things the word Mason minute came out of my mind I love deliberation so I decided to do something. Different. I was always fascinated by radio broadcast TV. Broadcaster Paul Harvey by sixty minutes commentator Andy Rooney and what they did what they're able to talk about in a sixty second or two minute little burst was always fascinating to me. It's kind of like much what I did on radio to where you're always preparing for your show. So each and every day can be different. I can talk about the real housewives television shows or I can talk about Kobe nineteen or I can talk about what's going on with the. Fall weather or Pumpkin Spice Latte or whatever it is. It's truly just a slice of my life or life in the world we're living in today and it varies each and every day, and because you're tied to only sixty seconds a day you've got to be concise and you've got to be on top of things. The interesting point I don't ever write anything down other than creating a title or a topic to talk about something read on the Internet I. Just riff for Sixty seconds I love the theater. Of the Mind I love being able to tell a story I love being able to will make people think or laugh or cry or whatever it is, and that's with amazement at tries to do and I do mean tries to do teach every day I know it's not like anything else. It's kind of just a little slice of me a baby boomer living in the millennial world I think marketing podcast or any product for that matter is the greatest challenge any was face today. With podcasting, number one is about " How are you going to get it out to the people?". Getting on his many aggregates as you can whether it's on apple whether it's on stitcher whether it's on the new Amazon platform the new Google Platform whatever it is, you gotta make sure number one your podcast is visible and found all those sites you gotta keep it up to date and make sure to go through all of your content to make sure it's formatted properly to make sure it looks good and that's more important because people are gonna look at that little thumbnail on apple or Spotify or Amazon, or Google or wherever it is, and they're gonna look at that picture. So the important part is getting that thumbnail right, having your written work done as well whether it's the short description of the show, the description of the podcast as a whole that's also very important. But more importantly, you really gotTa Work Social Media. I do social media for a living. So it's one of those things I helped brand myself as a social media and hate to use the word " expert", but a social media expert. So I. Think it's important that you have to be active on social media, not only with your podcast, but in addition to what you do. Because really a podcast is branding you as a host sank the biggest challenge with anybody his going out there and finding the time to do it. And that's the toughest thing I have with my clients in the social media world and the music business world, and the entertainment world is everybody finding the time to do the marketing if you do your work ahead of. Time in addition to all the work, you've got to do to put your podcast together. The marketing has got to be I don't want to say just as important, but it's got to be important as well. So whether you're using great tools to get it out there on all of the social media sites on all the aggregate you have to let people know what's out there. The one thing I learned in radio is everybody gravitates toward something differently. One promotional message won't reach everybody. So if you hit them with the same content sold in three or four different ways it can help you. It's much like the theory that Geico has when they use their commercials, you've got some flow commercials. You've got some celebrity commercials. You've got your camel commercials. You've got the guy who guesses aspire agent whose mother calls him about the squirrels they've got a bunch of different ways to get their message out by their insurance. Will you've got almost do the same thing when you're promoting your podcast, you gotta find different ways unique ways to promote it each and every day multiple times a day without wearing your audience out to be able to get out there number want them to listen and number two more importantly get them to help share your content - so more and more people will listen I'm really excited to utilize burst Audio to help promote my podcast even further. It was something I was introduced to through my podcast hosting, which is through <b>blubrry </b> when they decided to allow us to start <span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" using class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.05">A</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.62">udio</span><span _ngcontent-swo-c27="" class="transcript-word ng-star-inserted primary-background" id="277.98">burst</span> to promote podcast instead of the in house tools they had . Now, it gives me the ability to do the bursts whether it's just an audio burst or whether it's a video burst and I actually utilize my video burst every day. I basically, take my daily podcast in my case and create a video burst out of it, throw it up on Youtube and I'm getting more and more hits because some people want to utilize the content there to me it's just the static video bursts that get the most use out of our utilize it every night on twitter after already posted telling people to go to my podcast each and every day I haven't really done much yet with transcriptions. But I think as the AI improves, I want to utilize the transcriptions each and every day. I think the greatest challenge each and every one of us has is to find new and unique and different ways to promote our content. Of course, I'm different because I literally have new podcast every day. So I'm not promoting one podcast for a week or two weeks or a month. I'm literally promoting something new both good and bad. But what I love about audio burst is it gives me a variety of tools and able to go in every day take my podcast off the feed and create a different little promotional burst. If you will. The Sky is the limit right now and I'm just getting started having only been there for about a month I can't wait to see where audio burst grows and more importantly the tools they're offering us to create better content and help promote our podcast even. Better, plus it also helps us build a community amongst podcasters were all hosted on different sites in different places and all across the world and being able to get together and share our content with each other people who understand how difficult it is to create content every day you gotta sound good it's gotta look good and it's all going to be working to build an audience and there's some great podcasters out there I think that's our goal for each and every one of us has to be a great podcast.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Have you all. What would like where you are radicalized coming to you live from this show every show featuring Dj we get you WanNa start? IMMONEN started right taking. Someone's on this just to let you drive. Novi how the cash at please donate to the show on cash APP and keep the doors open dollar sign as Harvey Morning Show you know. Keep the doors open where we can of broadcast and so we need to be funded as well. So I've got a few dollars the Senate this way. We have merchandise on sell as well. We premiering on the Sean Hannity Show Dot Com website. Take a this Monday coming up so you can go shopping. Do all the things that you need to do on that particular site if you will like to hire member Sean of Muscle Missile FREAKS IN WACO team at one the events. I think that'd be a good look. You know you can reach out to me. Give me a call by VIZOR. Nine eight two six nine zero. Take your event went to a whole `nother level. Cologne is having a birthday. Party here. I guess on Wednesday before Thanksgiving that S- November twenty eight seven. Please support that show. We're GONNA have a great time as well and also our Christmas party Sidney J which will be December the twenty first down at rebel social. y'All come on. We got a lot of people coming. Now we're going to have a good time to take on cells twenty dollars General Admission Twenty five the Dow Vip Latin King Comedy Magic in the building. He'll do his thing Joe Joe Collins and also Kevin Mason from the hits Partic- TV show. Power will be in the building. So rob associates located at two seventeen Broadway downtown Bethlehem on the south side doors open up at seven..

"kevin mason" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

07:23 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"You are absolutely right. Everybody we have official name for Fort Number. Yes I found out yesterday. We her name. Her name is clear clear. Everybody that's clear clear. Clear the locals thinnest. Sorry I know we started getting the backyard's visit a chapel. See Dr Those you blow my dams. Oh city owners. I WANNA get closer to my listeners. Yeah you want to give gang bang up. Yeah Yeah. It's been a while I call them to look at it. It is Michael Phone here. The vase coming up the forehead everybody's excited so We have some announcements Bobby Cologne. We're GONNA have a birthday party on the end of the month. The ads is Good Friday it so you guys black Friday Friday. You know you guys Come on out and hang out with us as we celebrate our very own Bobby Cologne in her birthday. Party continues on December twenty first round at the rebels. Who socials right down the block and down to seventeen Broadway? I'll have hotel inflammation this Friday of folks that are coming from out of town Places already halfway sold out we want show full succumb. The ticket is twenty dollars. General Admission Twenty dollars. We gotta do a short comedy show. We got my man. The Latino imagine him. Being the building Joel Collins will be in the building and Kevin Mason from a power will be building the TV show uh-huh and then sending what we do. We're GONNA move the chairs out the way hoster. Dj GotTa talk the Jo. Jody come on. Dj The legendary Coolmax Ski. He might come out so so we look forward to that. We won't all you guys to come and celebrate with us. The holidays in Christmas at our annual party on December December the twenty first two thousand in nineteen down at the rebel social soap. Also if you're not doing this Saturday In in Newark New Jersey with the New York King Capone. I'm going to see a capone calling tomorrow so we can talk about that. 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We'll get into some quick yes And then we'll come back with the knows we're here. We have a modified schedule guys nine thirty but with starting on time as seven. Am Let's clap for that. We Definitely a s the pressure. I'm heart boat so we need to start on time and you're GONNA see a lot of different things on in here within the next coming weeks so please we. We appreciate you guys. We wouldn't be here without you. Guys are all star numbers and sending Zinni before we can attack. I WANNA give a special shout out to all our creepers city James Right around the world locally Shop Til you guys race Indian embroidery Cologne. They're not gonNA knowledge. You will show you guys down if you don't want to go into the chat soon and you just WANNA listen why you're driving back and forth to work. God bless you on here Your Voice of Justice Age use specially. We appreciate you and I'm GonNa give you a round the applause by myself. The creepiest data Unites Chat Room. 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"kevin mason" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

11:40 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"There so you like to tell you bloodline that White Pena's including myself shout out the Bartolozzi she said I got good hair I got family you she's African last right Mara had Indian in you call in the exist right now they're in the so you been hey Nicoletti you yes how are you the baby's we said hello and didn't want to have a great day yes great day make sure make sure you guys what ancestry dot com very he I tell you what Diane all Lynda Jacobs right now without google nothing without Google this on a system right now without Google there's nothing right now namely five Indian Tom's right now what does that have anything because we need to know something about it anyway because I could go on the show Shaw from my originated from the south right you said that you would say Georgia right would count countback found knowledge from bill some little right with us and you say we'll say okay now you have Indian in your name all the drives exactly anything because the law saying you're Indian Indian as from so let me namely by African countries right now too long in the country United Kumble's juicing South Africa Libya a naming you symbolic way because I talked to sites of cracking I could tell you the practice what Madonna Right now tell me give me three Indian tribes that don't say Cherokee Pocono day we something obses- Cherokee seminole era is you wouldn't last night mom don't forget the Outgun wins soon there was shoddy we live around the shot the Shawnee Indians yeah you a hater you guys watch Indian tribe the Shaun Murphy assuming away from what is she she don't want to answer I bit my tongue me yesterday my live bleeding to bring all that sorry I'm GonNa go to the show featuring the wake up team paid to the pages popping and we also have if you like and follow it you'll be able to be notified every time we go live so go to that if you have not trying to have your morning show featuring the wake up the group the group is so much fun and make sure you act fifty friends and then we also have sean how remorse show the instagram make sure who am go on there any follow us on their we truly appreciate it I want to say I want to thank everyone for coming out the rebels social Saturday night we had a great comedy show an after party that person's absolutely packed appreciate each and every one of y'all for coming now on that show is Saturday December the twenty fifth of December the twenty fourth which is on Christmas party I have a exclusive guest list gave a forty tickets right wow that takes a lot of tricky y'all better shot out of general tickets twenty five twenty two he is twenty-five we've got a Kevin Mason from power coming out and we got another big act coming out as well so I wanNA thank everyone for coming out now post last night real quick says you had a great weekend locally here that's worth that's why I'm so excited when I travel or go away and and of folks I'm just doing my job then meet folks because I love bringing people to go then when I come here locally where I live there's a weekend the weekends of poppy live in Sydney uh-huh right now so when I'm home we pot and let me tell you how the weekend for me we'll quick singer Bobby Cologne Friday night warehouse grill up I used to combat every Saturday night and Brown our beloved brought Brown and Brown does carry all day every Friday night from six PM city Ma beloved mobile was dead over the weekend I didn't get a chance to see it Saturday the Friday night she came on out at Tony Burrows Antoni burs beloved mother mother Sydney Jay's eighty seven years old black hair jobless the civil writing here's Rosa Park years in the barking dogs and all the fire is in Birmingham you can't see Diana's segregated dynasty Jay Black folks on one side and the white folks on the other pick strawberries for my grandmother back in the day my grandma this is lacey picking strawberries servers free at the warehouse overnight having a good ah that's right told him insane burs Jason at an add top and also miss the Brown with seventy and my mother while he was singing like you always do back some saying but walked in and you want your friend of you walk with your friends. 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"kevin mason" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

11:33 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"I will see you at the party k logo do that goes up a great series you choose yes good luck always liking sheriff don't wanna do do in boxing show let your friends know about it so we can have a bigger audience and we acting doc try to power when i asked you leapt autism we gotta go you got the tickets though last i had a little mishap so i'm wanting to reserve right now but i wanna call like rock which you man connecticut and i appreciate that and i appreciate you as a co worker that's right it is not done so so yes nobody you got tickets you're straight we go we got you when you go when you come to the party your name will be on the list yes sir yes are you in a chat room and we all placing your honey all the information okay avenue goblins you tickets done selling i thought i called types you can somebody up in your area and asked me about it is still working i'm going to sell the ticket for twenty twenty the whereby on concerned about it you know you drive a bunch of making money purchase tickets the house one so i personally advocate on onto showed up we gotta go this season now before the break forty boy doc take care so that's what christmas party that doesn't include the general mission folks in the people so everybody's in okay okay so we really appreciate you guys are sitting before we take a break quick announcement about the christmas party is the first many announcements at many gusts that be at the christmas party weather hanging out with us or performing fuss sentencing so he just i want to just get my life together here so greatest gambling limited malaysia so this is the last night right like quick break into we get into the news at all a sin last night i was tired as hell but i was watching a power i didn't watch palace yeah so cindy i'm watching politics and what are the main characters got killed last night wow a lot out here not watching it watching it i just gimme us sat yeah you today well you should've said spoiler alert boy but you're not watching going to watch it when i have time iraq i don't wake up at midnight and watch you'll be fine so what else are you going to say about the show you wanna talk about talk about as the result so susan dey jesus enough to do on sunday let me finish whereas a wall sorry everybody if you can see yet maybe you should leave or something because i can't apparently taking what happened i don't know how about how about who the city number one of the main characters got killed right the week before the other one the other main count he's got killed remember the week before when the doug killed eight will follow this week for the lawyer the lawyer was doug donald do now i share and honey the white guy you know the white guy tommy the white guy and he had those three dogs that was always one of them is under lakes right and one of the underlying he's got killed last week no he did yes he got killed washington no he didn't who you talking about because he has three boys the big dog what the glasses oh you know you talk about at the at the robin place no no no it wasn't him you met what's his name ya soul or apostrophe what was his name alfons fons got killed at the gala at the part at the fundraising not that one the other one the toll one he did it hi he got killed episode you watch right bro narrating time you said yes there was tommy's worker that drake hill right right right way killed the worker last week we had to go back and i've been watching around weapon that part so i don't remember trae killing anyone they had dray in a chair and he was they had his hands title on ask god y'all telling everything okay that's the reason why they got killed his name was ken mason okay the name of the thickest character name was grind or grim yeah right just lead off with that why i have to say all the kelly why can go grim grim grim kevin facing okay he was one of the characters he was tommy's when tommy's underlings he was part of the three guys right i don't fell asleep because i'm tired and he got he got hurt last week yeah was cutting mace plan from power right kevin basin from paolo will be one of the people at the christmas one wow entry level okay i'm gonna keep announcing closer to the day his name is what grim yeah last name grimala name is he speaking his name would be CG or something like that something i don't know and has amos kevin mason that he's also a comedian as well he finally allow this week's only i don't see there's no actor ray we have a cast member from power from i.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on No Agenda

"Thirteenth of august links our sixty nine today kevin mason bergh <hes> says happy birthday it to his niece hazel. He's on time for this one. Her birthday will be tomorrow on the twenty. Six brandon hills is happy birthday. Jack mormon and christopher blanco says happy birthday today mashed is lady of the lake <hes> she celebrates on the twenty eighth happy birthday from everybody here at the best podcast the universe let me see we have no title changes just today so that's kinda good. Let's get into our ninth right away. I'd like to do those have been get your big blade up. Big bearded up on the podium. Please david vogel the loop. Margin stephanie whitehead you three are about to enter the <hes> roundtable or no agenda knights dames. They're here ready for you've got special orders on deck for you wanted this because of your support of the show in one thousand dollars or more and therefore proud to pronounce the kate the series of sandy rich north carolina luke luke of northern denver and native butters of the narragansett bay for you. We have hookers and blow rent boys and chardonnay m._d. May as admiral l._s._d. Played eight over the kids bluffs beer and bacon jam port buns and bud and of course aside from the sparkling cider ginger gerbils. We've got mutton in mead who who doesn't love a little bit of mutton and meet go to no agenda nation dot com slash rings and we'll have eric do she'll get back to you soon as possible to send out that hate them in the mouth in latin in reverse <hes> <hes> meet the meet ups are going great. Click report from salem salem oregon local thirty three. We had sixteen attend our latest organ meat up tend to nice picture a nice diverse crowd. I'm meet up included cover art slide sideshow and since there were so many new faces we had a recap of the no agenda jeopardy game played at the portland meet up which i have received. I guess there's a whole bunch of things that go along with its trivia game but it is indeed <hes> in the vein of jeopardy <hes> we also oh include another round of the gitmo nation national anthem which is great people. Just start seeing it. They know all the words we collected only a little cash twenty five dollars minute by pay pal. He was in a jar with your heads heads attached to it mark dollars to reject any exit strategy contributions directly to know agenda too. I guess <hes> they don't want us to exit. As always is reasonable amid villa sizes prevailed and easy conversation flow. Thank you for your courage. Tim the gentlemen of the manor executive now. I have a list of the new meet ups. The meet ups that we have starting today nebraska at three thirty pm and these are all local times of course the inaugural nebraska. No agenda meet up. A meeting place is for great minds and open discussion at cosmic brewing. Tyler is organizing that on thursday. This is the burning man black rock city to thirty three pm to four twenty pm at big puffy yellow. That's the camp. It's at six and k called big puffy yellow. Ask for the original well jason. If someone doesn't know who that is then <hes> as for the other jason who's not as good looking as the original jason you'll be able to figure it out then we have august thirty first that his saturday bussan south korea seven p._m. This will be at the gull megi brewing company <hes> and that starts it as i said seven p._m. The thirty first on saturday the son paolo meet up at nine pm. This is at the ranieri tobacco area can and find it because it'll be dark all day because of the fires. Yes grab your flashlights head over there at nine. Pm also also on saturday. The thirty first the cottage country meet up peter's borough on -tario canada seven p._m. That'll be at riley's if you're up at the cottage adage looking for something to do meet your like minded no agenda palace for some non amiga busting conversation and that is organized by sir richard night of the courthouse september fifth fifth. That'll be two days after my birthday thursday canterbury ale house in seattle washington patrick organizing that at seven thirty pm friday the sixers september the first calgary calgary meet up god. I'd i'd love to go to calgary stampede years and years ago and had a good time. That's in <hes> calgary alberta. The wild rose taproom room and that starts at four thirty in the afternoon. Sir michael of calgary in vegas is your host september seventh zurich late summer meet up six fifteen <hes> a central european summer time just like last time in april. We'll meet up again different location. It will be the livingston and sons bar. <hes> yes the written tin and son's.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on No Agenda

"They do that for reasons of anonymity but we have many people on some of our subscriptions. Please go to daveramsey dot org slash n._a. To find out how you can support the show it is the best s. podcast in the universe after all your the producers. It's your show you keep it going and we thank you very much dot org slash and take jobs jobs and jobs. That's vote for john. Karma the tenth of august two thousand nine hundred eighty list for today first of all we have many related grece from kevin might berg berg to his niece mella. She on the thirteenth of august links our sixty nine today kevin mason bergh <hes> says happy birthday it to his niece hazel. He's on time for this one. Her birthday will be tomorrow on the twenty. Six brandon hills is happy birthday. Jack mormon and christopher blanco says happy birthday today mashed is lady of the lake <hes> she celebrates on the twenty eighth happy birthday from everybody here at the best podcast the universe let me see we have no title changes just today so that's kinda good. Let's get into our ninth right away. I'd like to do those have been get your big blade up. Big bearded up on the podium. Please david vogel the loop. Margin stephanie whitehead you three are about to enter the <hes> roundtable or no agenda knights dames. They're here ready for you've got special orders on deck for you wanted this because of your support of the show in one thousand dollars or more and therefore proud to pronounce the kate the series of sandy rich north carolina luke luke of northern denver and native butters of the narragansett bay for you..

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"kevin mason" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"News update. Talks news a million. Woo cleared of collusion in the mullahs. Report the president blasting his accuser, if we had done this to President Obama, you'd have a hundred people in jail right down to it would be treason. Speaking of FOX's Sean Hannity in an exclusive this morning, taking up the call against the democrat who heads the house Intel committee, president tweeting congressman Adam Schiff who spent two years knowingly and unlawfully lying and leaking should be forced to resign from congress. This morning shift is chairing. A hearing on Russian oligarch Sox's Catherine Herridge, the president also weighing in on the case of empire actor jussie smollet, which he calls. Outrageous, tweeting the FBI and Justice department will investigate prosecutors dropped sixteen felony counts against Milan was accused of a hate crime hoax in what police say was overwhelming evidence against him. Fox's jess. And also, this is Fox News. WBZ news time, it's ten thirty. One baltimore's. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said yesterday, no gun was found at the home where a man was discovered dead after a standoff during which an officer fired at him Fifty-seven-year-old. Kevin Mason repeatedly said he had a gun and would shoot officers. Mason threatened in nine one one calls to kill every last one of them. The city of Washington DC suing several Maryland families and to current DC residents that it says falsified residency records to enroll children and district schools for free district, parents and caregivers can enroll students for free and city public schools. But those outside of the district must pay at least ten thousand dollars a year in tuition, the Senate and Delaware approving a Bill giving Delaware's community college system already to issue bonds to finance capital improvements. The legislation cleared the Senate on a nineteen to one vote and goes to the house. We'll have a brief look at sports and your weather. Channel forecast is next. If you have lost a loved one, you know that probate and poor planning can Tara family apart siblings. Don't tend to fight over money. It's usu-. Something much smaller or.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Some wires are down route thirty near the hamster had bypass in Carroll county. Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather first on talkradio six eighty doubled. You see? Today's the day to get outside and enjoy the sunshine because the next slow moving storm bringing us some clouds the rest of the week, and then some rain and cooler temperatures by the end of the weekend. So some slow changes taking place, but today, it's like spring out there. Partly cloudy, sixty this afternoon overnight temperatures mid-upper forties tomorrow, cloudy, dry day, warmer, sixty eight and we're still dry Saturday with temperatures near seventy Kerry Smith from the Weather Channel talk radio. Six eighty WCBS. Now, keeping you connected with the latest news. This is talk radio six PM and wcbMcom. Good morning. Frank Lubar in the WGN barreling news. The news coming up on five thirty two brought to you by Baltimore equitable insurance. Perpetually great homeowners insurance in seventeen ninety four call four seven two seven seventeen ninety four governor HOGAN and the US marshals opposite announcing to what? Sixty four arrested and a three week crack down on violence fugitives in Baltimore HOGAN, demanding Oculus, lawmakers passes bills toughening minimum sentences for violent offenders and tracking. Judges sentencing decisions. Baltimore police Commissioner saying no gun was found of the home where a man was discovered dead after a standoff during which an officer fired at him fifty seven year old Kevin Mason repeatedly said he had a gun and shoot officers responding to at assault report Sunday police played body camera footage and nine one one calls, including one in which Mason the threatens to kill quote every last one of them. One man is dead and two others wounded in separate shootings in Baltimore. Overnight the homicide on pen hers avenue in northwest. Baltimore the two wounded men found at an intersection in Waverly, former FBI director James Comey sitting down with NBC's Lester.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In a standoff with police, and this man was unfortunately shot and killed Kevin Mason shot and killed in this standoff and yesterday the police Commissioner said that they did not find a gun quote after a lengthy search. We did not find located gun on his property, despite the fact is you will hear in the video Mr. Mason repeatedly said he had a gun and would shoot it officers of they stayed on his property. And I did watch the the body Cam footage in the nine one one tapes that are available. And this guy clearly on several occasions threatens the police tells me I was gone tells him he's gonna shoot them et cetera. Opens the door. Sixers dog on the police. This guy at every step of the way escalated this incident, and originally the nine one one call was a woman claiming domestic violence inside the home. So the police weren't just out there to harass somebody. I mean, they were responding to a nine one one call this guy said he had a gun it said he was gonna kill cops. And then at some point in in a dark alley in the back of the house. When are you wouldn't come out? They are several officers thought they saw all gun, obviously, something apparently looked like a gun. But you know, once again, we have a guy on whether this was suicide by cop or what? But all I had to do was comply with the officers who repeatedly in the video Frank saying come on out a surrender. Let me see your hand, sir. Put your hands up at least six or seven times, he ignored all of those commands and now, of course, his family. They want answers. I mean, what else are you gonna do? I mean when you're you're threatening to kill every last one of the police. Officers there. And you tell the police that you're armed it. Sounds more and more to me like the this is a guy who wanted the police to kill him wanted him. One of the bullies to kill him in this so-called suicide by police the understand the family, they're distraught. They've lost a loved one. And they're asking questions why couldn't the police handled the situation differently instead of shooting and killing their relative. But the most people don't know that a lot of police officers lose their lives responding to domestic violence calls happens. All the time, sadly that it happens all the time. So they're on heightened alert, whatever they go into these kinds of situations. And this guy Mason did nothing repeat nothing. He was hostile. He was belligerent as I said he opened the door. Let the dog, you know, go after the police officers told them repeatedly can hear him threatening to kill officers surrounding his house. So on and on and on it goes in. The one officer said this guy came to the back door with a handgun pointing it at us. He pointed a gun out of saying if we got the art he was going to pop us the guy that allegedly fired the police officers that fired the fatal shots is a twenty five year veteran of the force wasn't some rookie out there for the first time. And so it's it's sad. It's an horrific when it happens. But again, all you have to do is when the police show up at your door, just comply listen to the police had any intention of comply way. This looks right. Phone call here. Quickly this morning before we head to the news. The bottom of the hour Ernest is in west Baltimore Ernest. Good morning. First of all, you can't shoot a person. Police officer with threatening to kill you with no weapon. And the person that made the complaint wasn't even at the. How would a police used to do was go take a report from the lady? Salt take into the station and get a warrant and then go back to the house. You don't take the sweat teams that? You going to try to justify a man. Being killed four threatening. The police killed that dog that police who is evidently black would be arrested right now. Yeah. The procedure. And you're going to try to testify that would you justify somebody came to your house. First of all there's going to be an investigation of this. So let's see what the conclusion of the investigation is we do. Yeah. Okay. Then ernest. They have body camera footage. There are nine one one tapes. Nobody's saying that that this look when police officers are threatened when police officers are responding to what may be a domestic violence situation. All the guy had to do was comply. You want? Why because he threatened you. It puts you put you on heightened alert. And if you are seen holding something that either is a gun or peers to be a gun after threatening police. You know, again, that's not acting like an innocent. Man. Now is it was just you. Did you said earlier you said earlier police innocent man, not kill police? Kill a person me. You have a weapon. Can we agree on this? And that is there's going to be an investigation. Right. And let's see what the investigation concludes before we say anything else. All right Ernest. We've gotta run, but listen, thanks for the call. We appreciate it's five thirty time for WCBS traffic.

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