35 Burst results for "Kevin Mason"

Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 18 hrs ago

Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

"The with kevin mason. If you're of a certain age you grew up with all those saturday morning. Tv shows with all those favorite sugar coated. Cereal brands from frosted flakes too honey smacks or honeycomb or honey crisp apple jacks or captain crunch. We all love them. And i'll be honest with you even at my advanced age. It's a guilty pleasure if you will have some sugar coated cereal. I've talked about before i love. Great nuts and wheat checks and all of the boring adult cereals. I do like them. I always have. But i've always got a sweet tooth. If you will for frosted flakes for captain crunch but the one thing. You shouldn't be eating if you're over fifty sugarcoated cereals. Because a lot of those have more sugar in them. Then candy bars honey smacks which used to be smacks the one that had. I think it was digging the frog as their mascot. For many years it's the worst almost forty eight percent of it. Pure sugar admit when we ate the good kind of sale we did sprinkle a little bit of sugar over the top of it to make it sweeter but nothing like that much but staying away from over fifty makes sense could have been a whole lot worse.

Kevin Mason Apple
Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 18 hrs ago

Sugar-Coated (MM #3636)

"The with kevin mason. If you're of a certain age you grew up with all those saturday morning. Tv shows with all those favorite sugar coated. Cereal brands from frosted flakes too honey smacks or honeycomb or honey crisp apple jacks or captain crunch. We all love them. And i'll be honest with you even at my advanced age. It's a guilty pleasure if you will have some sugar coated cereal. I've talked about before i love. Great nuts and wheat checks and all of the boring adult cereals. I do like them. I always have. But i've always got a sweet tooth. If you will for frosted flakes for captain crunch but the one thing. You shouldn't be eating if you're over fifty sugarcoated cereals. Because a lot of those have more sugar in them. Then candy bars honey smacks which used to be smacks the one that had. I think it was digging the frog as their mascot. For many years it's the worst almost forty eight percent of it. Pure sugar admit when we ate the good kind of sale we did sprinkle a little bit of sugar over the top of it to make it sweeter but nothing like that much but staying away from over fifty makes sense could have been a whole lot worse.

Kevin Mason Apple
Most Unpopular (MM #3635)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Most Unpopular (MM #3635)

"The minute with kevin mason came across an article the other day on the website. Best life that we'll just. The title made me curious. It talked about the most unpopular soda. And it's not in terms of. That's out there that nobody buys. They took the most popular sodas in this case. Thirteen top sodas and determined the most unpopular. Course they got some algorithm they threw together and some stats and some data and figured out a way to create the most unpopular soda shirt. Could it be coke pepsi. The most unpopular diet coke. It's not something that people don't drink. It's something that people drink but don't like the most unpopular. I've never heard it phrased that way before but it kind of makes sense when you take the most popular things in the world. What's most unpopular. What's the most unpopular fast food franchise. Mcdonald's everybody eats there but nobody really likes it. It's more about convenience. It's more about necessity than it is about liking it most unpopular something. That's popular yet. Really is unpopular kind of a weird stat.

Kevin Mason Coke Pepsi Mcdonald
Most Unpopular (MM #3635)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Most Unpopular (MM #3635)

"The minute with kevin mason came across an article the other day on the website. Best life that we'll just. The title made me curious. It talked about the most unpopular soda. And it's not in terms of. That's out there that nobody buys. They took the most popular sodas in this case. Thirteen top sodas and determined the most unpopular. Course they got some algorithm they threw together and some stats and some data and figured out a way to create the most unpopular soda shirt. Could it be coke pepsi. The most unpopular diet coke. It's not something that people don't drink. It's something that people drink but don't like the most unpopular. I've never heard it phrased that way before but it kind of makes sense when you take the most popular things in the world. What's most unpopular. What's the most unpopular fast food franchise. Mcdonald's everybody eats there but nobody really likes it. It's more about convenience. It's more about necessity than it is about liking it most unpopular something. That's popular yet. Really is unpopular kind of a weird stat.

Kevin Mason Coke Pepsi Mcdonald
Reams Of Paper (MM #3634)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Reams Of Paper (MM #3634)

"The with kevin mason. I've talked on this before. But i don't understand how much paper we're using in business anymore. And i realize when. I worked in radio now over a decade ago. We had lots of paper around the place we use. Lots of copy paper had reams and reams of paper around the building because we needed paper logs were needed. Many things to be signed off on so there was a lot of paper. But since i've run my own small business for a long time. I've used less and less paper. I'll be honest with you nowadays. Even the couple of printers. I got laying around the office. I don't use them. Maybe once or twice a month and that's when even having to monitors isn't enough. I'm going to print something on paper to do some cross-checking. I thought the only time i print anything anymore. I may have had one ream of paper. Probably last a good three four five ten years. Maybe couldn't even tell you the last time. I changed paper in the printer but yet three to five times a week from the big supply chains. I get notices about sales on reams of paper. Am i the only small business not using paper anymore. Have we switched off. Are you using less. I know i am. I'm just kind of confused.

Kevin Mason
Reams Of Paper (MM #3634)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Reams Of Paper (MM #3634)

"The with kevin mason. I've talked on this before. But i don't understand how much paper we're using in business anymore. And i realize when. I worked in radio now over a decade ago. We had lots of paper around the place we use. Lots of copy paper had reams and reams of paper around the building because we needed paper logs were needed. Many things to be signed off on so there was a lot of paper. But since i've run my own small business for a long time. I've used less and less paper. I'll be honest with you nowadays. Even the couple of printers. I got laying around the office. I don't use them. Maybe once or twice a month and that's when even having to monitors isn't enough. I'm going to print something on paper to do some cross-checking. I thought the only time i print anything anymore. I may have had one ream of paper. Probably last a good three four five ten years. Maybe couldn't even tell you the last time. I changed paper in the printer but yet three to five times a week from the big supply chains. I get notices about sales on reams of paper. Am i the only small business not using paper anymore. Have we switched off. Are you using less. I know i am. I'm just kind of confused.

Kevin Mason
Calming (MM #3633)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Calming (MM #3633)

"The with kevin mason for years. I've been reading that. Lavender helps with calming and wellness. We use lavender in essential oils. They added to products like pine saw. Or vicks vapor. Rub to help in calming to help in wellness and it's supposed to relieve stress anxiety and even possibly relieve pain. There's lavender t does lavender work for you. I've seen the commercials on tv about how some lavender products calm children and make them feel better. Are you feeling that way reason i ask. I don't like the smell of lavender. i don't like anything lavender. Be honest with you. I don't even like the smell of lavender. Flowers doesn't bother me. I just don't think it helps but when it comes to lavender products cantering. Lavender t some around the house. I've got some lavender vicks. I tried it once and it didn't work. I haven't used it in the winter months just to put on my feet. When i had a cold and i couldn't even stand the smell then. Is it just me. Who doesn't see the benefits of lavender. Who doesn't like the smell of lavender who isn't calm lavender. I don't feel agitated. But maybe i am. I just don't see how it's so calming. Maybe i'm the only one.

Kevin Mason
Calming (MM #3633)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 d ago

Calming (MM #3633)

"The with kevin mason for years. I've been reading that. Lavender helps with calming and wellness. We use lavender in essential oils. They added to products like pine saw. Or vicks vapor. Rub to help in calming to help in wellness and it's supposed to relieve stress anxiety and even possibly relieve pain. There's lavender t does lavender work for you. I've seen the commercials on tv about how some lavender products calm children and make them feel better. Are you feeling that way reason i ask. I don't like the smell of lavender. i don't like anything lavender. Be honest with you. I don't even like the smell of lavender. Flowers doesn't bother me. I just don't think it helps but when it comes to lavender products cantering. Lavender t some around the house. I've got some lavender vicks. I tried it once and it didn't work. I haven't used it in the winter months just to put on my feet. When i had a cold and i couldn't even stand the smell then. Is it just me. Who doesn't see the benefits of lavender. Who doesn't like the smell of lavender who isn't calm lavender. I don't feel agitated. But maybe i am. I just don't see how it's so calming. Maybe i'm the only one.

Kevin Mason
Video Conference Fatigue (MM #3632)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Video Conference Fatigue (MM #3632)

"The with kevin mason thanks to everybody working from home for almost a year. Now everybody's been feeling a little fatigued because we're out of the routine. We experienced over the years. Kids going to school parents going to work but also while this new video conferencing thing that everybody's dealing with whether it's zoom or microsoft teams or whichever tool you're using now that more more people are doing more and more video conferencing. They're feeling stress. They're feeling discomfort. Feeling something they can't describe and researchers think about i contact when you're on zoom call ron microsoft teams call. You're forced to be looking at the camera looking at all those faces that are on the conference with you whether it's one two or three or five or twenty five people you're looking at there is more importantly they're looking at you and for some reason we don't like to make eye contact as humans when you're in a conference room and a real conference table you can look at the speaker you can look down at your notes. You can look around. You can look at the wall you can look at the door. You're not always looking at the person. There is a fatigue and it's all not because of the technology but because the eye contact.

Kevin Mason Ron Microsoft Microsoft
Video Conference Fatigue (MM #3632)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 d ago

Video Conference Fatigue (MM #3632)

"The with kevin mason thanks to everybody working from home for almost a year. Now everybody's been feeling a little fatigued because we're out of the routine. We experienced over the years. Kids going to school parents going to work but also while this new video conferencing thing that everybody's dealing with whether it's zoom or microsoft teams or whichever tool you're using now that more more people are doing more and more video conferencing. They're feeling stress. They're feeling discomfort. Feeling something they can't describe and researchers think about i contact when you're on zoom call ron microsoft teams call. You're forced to be looking at the camera looking at all those faces that are on the conference with you whether it's one two or three or five or twenty five people you're looking at there is more importantly they're looking at you and for some reason we don't like to make eye contact as humans when you're in a conference room and a real conference table you can look at the speaker you can look down at your notes. You can look around. You can look at the wall you can look at the door. You're not always looking at the person. There is a fatigue and it's all not because of the technology but because the eye contact.

Kevin Mason Ron Microsoft Microsoft
The Struggle Is Real (MM #3631)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

The Struggle Is Real (MM #3631)

"The minute with kevin nason for years people have been using the phrase. The struggle is real when they're talking about first world problems when they're being ironic talking about well silly things that bother them. That don't really matter. But i've noticed over the course the last few months that people are actually using the phrase. The struggle is real and talking about a real problems. I've heard it in seen it in reference to the political world in terms of race relations in terms of covid in terms of the shrinking middle-class. All important problems and if you really break it down the most important problems we have right now. The real problems that were struggling with it is cove in nineteen. It is politics it is our money. It is race relations. And it's kind of interesting how what was once. Almost a mean what was once. A joke has become real. It's been appropriated for what it really should be. The struggle is real. And it's something to think about going to see it more and more and you're gonna wonder when he talked about the struggle being real. Are we really real. Are we just pretending to be real.

Kevin Nason
The Struggle Is Real (MM #3631)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 d ago

The Struggle Is Real (MM #3631)

"The minute with kevin nason for years people have been using the phrase. The struggle is real when they're talking about first world problems when they're being ironic talking about well silly things that bother them. That don't really matter. But i've noticed over the course the last few months that people are actually using the phrase. The struggle is real and talking about a real problems. I've heard it in seen it in reference to the political world in terms of race relations in terms of covid in terms of the shrinking middle-class. All important problems and if you really break it down the most important problems we have right now. The real problems that were struggling with it is cove in nineteen. It is politics it is our money. It is race relations. And it's kind of interesting how what was once. Almost a mean what was once. A joke has become real. It's been appropriated for what it really should be. The struggle is real. And it's something to think about going to see it more and more and you're gonna wonder when he talked about the struggle being real. Are we really real. Are we just pretending to be real.

Kevin Nason
Snow Moon (MM #3630)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Snow Moon (MM #3630)

"The with kevin mason a little bit outta sorts the last day or two. It's because of the full moon. Yesterday was the snow moon. So we're in that full moon zone if you will. I've talked about the effects of the full moon before but just recently a study came out saying that right around the full moon you actually get less sleep and in fact usually the night before a full moon you get anywhere from forty five to sixty minutes less and there's nothing you can do about it. It's all the body reacting to what's going on with the earth and the moon that's out in the stars particularly in this case the moon. I'll be honest. I've always been fascinated with the study of the moon. But i don't understand truly why it affects us so greatly you would think the sun would affect us more in a way it does but the mood is still so powerful even though it revolves around us and we don't revolve around it. So if you felt that discord if you felt that unease it on the full moon or at least. That's what i'm doing. I've had an issue sleep in the last couple of days and maybe it is the moon for me. It's also the weather changing too and that's not helping.

Kevin Mason
Snow Moon (MM #3630)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Snow Moon (MM #3630)

"The with kevin mason a little bit outta sorts the last day or two. It's because of the full moon. Yesterday was the snow moon. So we're in that full moon zone if you will. I've talked about the effects of the full moon before but just recently a study came out saying that right around the full moon you actually get less sleep and in fact usually the night before a full moon you get anywhere from forty five to sixty minutes less and there's nothing you can do about it. It's all the body reacting to what's going on with the earth and the moon that's out in the stars particularly in this case the moon. I'll be honest. I've always been fascinated with the study of the moon. But i don't understand truly why it affects us so greatly you would think the sun would affect us more in a way it does but the mood is still so powerful even though it revolves around us and we don't revolve around it. So if you felt that discord if you felt that unease it on the full moon or at least. That's what i'm doing. I've had an issue sleep in the last couple of days and maybe it is the moon for me. It's also the weather changing too and that's not helping.

Kevin Mason
Free Ice Cream (MM #3629)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Free Ice Cream (MM #3629)

"The with kevin mason. I've been reading stories online about people being all upset. That dairy queen has already canceled their free ice cream cone day. For twenty twenty one. It happens every march or at least most marches. It didn't happen last year because of covid nineteen and they've already announced they're not doing it again. This year and people are up in arms. If they want to drive into a dairy queen right now and go through the drive through. They can buy an ice cream cone. So why can't dairy queen give them a free one can just makes me shake my head. Sometimes that people are so greedy that what a buck two buck. Ice cream cone is something. They're entitled to something they have to have. I don't mind going in helping charities. And if i get a free ice cream cone that's great but if not i really don't care ice cream cones. Aren't that expensive. Aren't that big a deal. Let's look at the reality here. All of those dairy queens are independently owned and operated franchises. And i gotta think their businesses been hurt too. So i'm sorry you're not getting your free ice cream cone this year. Let's start worrying about the important things in life. Some have done well but most struggling in a free ice cream cone head and by one please.

Kevin Mason
Free Ice Cream (MM #3629)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Free Ice Cream (MM #3629)

"The with kevin mason. I've been reading stories online about people being all upset. That dairy queen has already canceled their free ice cream cone day. For twenty twenty one. It happens every march or at least most marches. It didn't happen last year because of covid nineteen and they've already announced they're not doing it again. This year and people are up in arms. If they want to drive into a dairy queen right now and go through the drive through. They can buy an ice cream cone. So why can't dairy queen give them a free one can just makes me shake my head. Sometimes that people are so greedy that what a buck two buck. Ice cream cone is something. They're entitled to something they have to have. I don't mind going in helping charities. And if i get a free ice cream cone that's great but if not i really don't care ice cream cones. Aren't that expensive. Aren't that big a deal. Let's look at the reality here. All of those dairy queens are independently owned and operated franchises. And i gotta think their businesses been hurt too. So i'm sorry you're not getting your free ice cream cone this year. Let's start worrying about the important things in life. Some have done well but most struggling in a free ice cream cone head and by one please.

Kevin Mason
Comment Section (MM #3627)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Comment Section (MM #3627)

"The with kevin. Mason one thing i make sure to do. I'm reading newspaper articles online magazine articles things like that. Always check the comments section. I'm always curious to what the people think and say. Of course we know. sometimes it's filled with bots amazed. No matter what article no matter. What online site. You always have one comment about fast and easy ways to money and they try to get around the sensors and get around the systems. And i just really wonder. Does this stuff really work. I mean i guess if it didn't people wouldn't go to the time program the box to make it work but i'm sitting here at usa today in one of the first comments again fast and easiest way to make more than five hundred dollars per day online dart. Earning cash the easy way. Go to this website and don't include the word only in it so they can get around the bots. It's crazy. i understand. people are always trying to scam one. Another it's kind of what makes the world go round. But i just don't understand what's the point and more importantly why we can't stop that. For some reason. I get spammed on my website by russian bots time. Something could be fixed. I can't believe i'm the only one thinking about it.

Mason Kevin Usa Today
Comment Section (MM #3627)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Comment Section (MM #3627)

"The with kevin. Mason one thing i make sure to do. I'm reading newspaper articles online magazine articles things like that. Always check the comments section. I'm always curious to what the people think and say. Of course we know. sometimes it's filled with bots amazed. No matter what article no matter. What online site. You always have one comment about fast and easy ways to money and they try to get around the sensors and get around the systems. And i just really wonder. Does this stuff really work. I mean i guess if it didn't people wouldn't go to the time program the box to make it work but i'm sitting here at usa today in one of the first comments again fast and easiest way to make more than five hundred dollars per day online dart. Earning cash the easy way. Go to this website and don't include the word only in it so they can get around the bots. It's crazy. i understand. people are always trying to scam one. Another it's kind of what makes the world go round. But i just don't understand what's the point and more importantly why we can't stop that. For some reason. I get spammed on my website by russian bots time. Something could be fixed. I can't believe i'm the only one thinking about it.

Mason Kevin Usa Today
"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 5 months 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.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 5 months 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.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 5 months 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.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

04:00 min | 5 months 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.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on Audioburst Creators

Audioburst Creators

06:22 min | 5 months 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 Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Township, where an anonymous letter purportedly from unnamed members of the townships Fire department Is seeking the removal of fire chief Kevin Mason, due to alleged misconduct. Township supervisor bobbed Up almost says the situation will be reviewed at a meeting of the township board. The grove impound shipboard is full confidence in Groveland Township, Fire Department chief Kevin Mason. But the board has a responsibility that Chief Mason to the fire department to the citizens of the township to investigate. The allegations made against him without prejudicing for the truth or falsity and independent investigation is in the process of occurring once completed the township portal consider that results in act accordingly. While the meeting itself is public, I'm told the board will go behind closed doors when it discusses the anonymous allegations made against the fire Chief John Hewett WWJ NewsRadio, 9 50 people in southern parts of Ferndale today hearing and feeling a pair of explosions late this morning. After a fire broke out near the railroad tracks. Ferndale police telling W. W. J. A piece of equipment caught fire than exploded at the railroad yard along eight mile road that's in the area of I 75 Woodward Avenue. Smoke could be seen billowing into the air people in the area, telling us that the explosion could be felt six blocks away. Fortunately, though, there were no injuries today. And it is a hot day today without air conditioning for thousands in Metro Detroit, D T E on their outage map showing some 6000 scattered power outages across the area. There are more than 130 workers in the field that are working to restore power. They hope to have it on this afternoon. DMC Children's Hospital easing visitor restrictions starting today, but there are still some do's and don'ts to keep in mind for those.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"We got a little bit tired towards the Dan Carolina but I think our defense continues to pick up where they've been in a great performance against New Orleans. That's going to make sure the word. They're I think was sean. You know the offense. There's always gonNA be there. Whether you know we haven't been perfect to the first game. I think he'd be the first to tell you that you still look up and you scored thirty points twenty seven points in those games but if our Defense Claes away they can you know one of the things coming into the series. It's great to win fifty four or fifty want but you're just as happy to win games twenty eight fourteen and you know you don't want to have author rely on your offense. Weren't there were some times last year when you got it and what the defense we played in the postseason is kind of what you WanNa see continuing with some of the changes. It's been great to see you know the difference. Eric Wells may claim out who's coming in and having to saks the youngsters coming in then. I think you know the success. Young line is it's something we all wanted to come in and watch blind. Alan Joe Demby coming in would also got hurt. You know some of those things watching this team mature and grow and get better. It's I thought the second half Tate's game was one of our better performances over the last few years all right so Kevin Mason who does not embarrassed easily. is too embarrassed to ask you for something that I'm going to make him ask you for right now and I think he doesn't. He doesn't need to shift tickets because he already has a personal seat license all right may do you. WanNa ask him or you. Make me ask them. Kevin my lifetime dream. He has many but this is his current aren't lifetime is to be the guy at the end of the third quarter who yells who else at the stadium in Wrigley Field Celebrity who's how exactly last week it was rebel Wilson. I WANNA be that guy one week. I've tried to explain to him. Kevin that he probably isn't a big enough name but I figured maybe early in the season. You might have a lot of cancellations and you could weasel them in. What do you think you know I. I don't need to talk business on the air. I think our ESPN ESPN rituals coming up soon so put it in the deal. That's pushing the deal. Get Kevin Data's brilliant part of those negotiations nations. I believe I mean I think you why so Gauche eater. I mean I read the big announcement. You guys find not your deal. That's true mace attack but you know. I think it's time to go to the Boston. Say You'RE GONNA do this ramp. We've got to be the celebrity third quarter. Are you know who is how I I actually think this is a stroke of Genius Kevin. All right. I'm going to mention it to our our our boss. Scot McCarthy and see if we can work down into our next deal. Hey by by the way Kevin. I know people don't know. Kevin's father was was really six. Marvin was a really successful sports agent and had clients all over the country but Kevin have you. Are you taking a trip to Cleveland with the team or you stay in here. Now we will be leaving on Saturday so looking looking forward to spending time in Cleveland. It's what their first Sunday night game in a long time. It could be an electric atmosphere okay. You'RE GONNA seek them being Geeky here but I I'm being honest. I'm not a block a couple of hours and go to the rock and Roll Hall of fame. I go every year when I go there there for the Lakers and it's great. It's like especially if your kids are going like get a couple of hours and it's right next to the Browns stadium. It's like right in the same parking lot. God so so make some time when you get to go hit the rock and Roll Hall of fame if you can do it. It's on our list of things to do Saturday afternoon. We get it but I I think everybody's going to be focused on making sure we get to three at all but you know I don't have to focus on that so all make sure you go seal don. Absolutely let's win this on Sunday Kevin. Thank thank you very much for coming on man. My gentleman always go to China and hopefully we'll talk in a couple weeks the win in the third quarter okay she. It's the third quarter thank you. I now believe this might happen. I I got a sense. I got a sense. It's possible you know. This is dumb and dumber moment so there is changed. Uh by the way Kevin Demo joined us on the Morongo casino resort celebrity hotline yeah. I actually think this might happen. I was just throwing it out there to be glib yeah. I thought I thought no chance but he made it seem not yeah. He did not make it seem like it would be impossible so Ghana so you just kinda weasel in the Sam just texted me and said let's make this happen. He's got he's got. He's got sway over there. You sound like Sam Laguna when Sam when you play it from your board there view sound has voice of God you know he does not sound like Sam's GonNa whose house yeah you counseling so ago. I thought that was him. Okay never mind totally wrong. Voice Voice Crack coming up next for you something that I've been waiting to say all day long. Is it for twenty no it's. It's not for twenty yet but I mean look at the time to be in the next Lewis. Is that going.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:49 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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

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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"kevin mason" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"We're fans of water in general. We have a director Brian Pennington minutes. How are you, sir? I'm well. Thank you. Thanks for being here. Kevin contra how are you? I'm doing wonderful velvety voice. They're like Waylon Jennings or something don't you think? Dana Dana Douglas sincere. Dana are you gonna cost you during this interview? We tend to speak to you about this before. Teasing friends, I'm super teasing. Dana likes to joke around in. So. Dana. You're giggling, why take it out? Now, you're turning red. Brian. What is happening with Dana? Folks, you have to work with it is what it is. It is it is. But they are very professional very professional now. I really appreciate you coming in. We haven't spoken to you guys at the water department, and it's been some time. So we want to check in with you and see how things go and tell us what, you know, things we need to know. There may be a lot of folks who are new to the community, and they'd like to get to know you. And so Brian tell us tell us what you do for the water department. I did give it a little hints who the director. Yes, I'm the general director of the water and sewer department. So, you know, my job encompasses everything from the building to the maintenance to name it. So we know I'm the overall person if somebody has a question they can't find an answer. I'm the guy they call to try to get that answer. There's that. And Kevin you've been with water department for whites for a long time. So I get that. Right. Yes. Go on thirty years thirty years place named things. Sometimes congratulations. Is there anything you don't know about the water department? Oh, there's always something to learn every day and stuff. So he just getting her do what you can do must be with that great attitude while he's been at the water department for thirty years. Absolutely Dana Douglas, high you've been here with us before. Sometimes we water survey you came and did a thing for us. We talked about the water survey has ordered survey. We got through what we needed to get through. It sounds like you really looking forward to that will sometimes it's hard to get the public participation when we send out those forms and a lot of people get those forms at home, and they'll look at him. Yeah. Yeah. I don't really have time. I mean, how many times does somebody get a phone solicitation where telemarketer I want you to participate in a survey. And and you know, what I'm busy. I'm busy. I can't exactly. So that that kind of occurs with us quite a bit. But then we always have a group is always see those in syndrome in you can just about take your biggest fans. I don't know if they're our biggest fans, but they're very helpful. Were there it is. So how much water do you folks deal with on a daily basis? How much what are we talking about somewhere between two point five? Three million drop a gallon gallons. Will we purchase our water from the nook reviewed utility commission. Randall breaker of last month. I guess yes. Then we'll purchase on average eighty ninety million a month. And so when you say water, sometimes we automatically assume that you're be talking about drinking water. Yes. On the other side. You have your wastewater we process wastewater from homes industries businesses, and we'll process about two point two million gallons of wastewater. So you almost have to clarify sometimes in water or wastewater motorway waste. We do. Both. You do both. We do not, however, handle drainage water, that'd be the Manchester street department. So we get a lot of calls people say, you don't know. So they just a water is all Manchester City water. That's correct. But truth led a point Randall will treat that water. Goes it goes to Normandy Sarah through tributaries, and then he'll treat it and send it back to us at a point. So we do deal with it. Just not when it's in the ditches. Gotcha. Lot of a lot of rain here in the past couple of weeks. So a lot of water in the ditches does that mean, you got a lot more calls. It can as Kevin can tell you for us the sewer system built to treat sewer from homes industries businesses. It's not really designed to treat. What we call inflow or infiltration inflow was water that gets directly into your sewer line say, for example, it's your house if you have a sewer clean out that you moreover, and it's down there near the ditch. You mow the cap off of it. Right. Most of them. These days are in boxes there. Still some on this. Stick up just out of the ground inefficient, although spot or a ditch that can actually drain a whole area in a NATO the sewer system. So you get what's called inflow. And then we get what's called infiltration. That's where you have cracks in the lines where water can infiltrate slowly into time. So we know. The difference between the two and we see the volume coming through the wastewater plant because you're inflow will cause a really quick spike in the sewer plant in their infiltration is a little more long-term as the water table comes down. So those are things that we fight every day. So is it possible that I have as one of those situations you talked about that? I may not know when you call us, and you say, hey, we there's a there's a situation in Europe, saluting more likely than not if one of our meter readers read, the meter, and I say, there's a clean out. That's missing the cap. Well, they keep caps on their trucks. They'll just put a cap on it for you might never know. And nobody ever no good deed with the cap. And that I may never know on the other instance, Kevin Mason, one of his crew guys out to do what we call a smoke pissed in an area of smoke tests. What is this test Cam? Well, basically, they take this machine like big smoke mom, and they pull the mandolin put smoke machine on it. What it does it all do neighborhood or certain parts street in? It'll look look for leaks in the main line leaks and services broke camps stuff that you normally wouldn't see. It's an ongoing thing. Brian was talking about the caps, you can replace them, and they can turn right around and break them. So it's continuously process to take care of the infiltration. So last. Fall. And winter time we had a septic situation. And we bought a house is forty years old. And so the we figured we get our money's worth that is a septic system. And we were told we needed to replace the septic system. How does that type of a problem an old septic system impact? What you folks do. We don't do anything with septic systems. Ours is all the senators were. The private system contact him. So that's mostly for you to maintain both say that they're on city water. I have city water, and they may get their drinking water from you that doesn't mean that they're sewer necessarily because technically if you think about it. Think about hillsdale utility district. Yes, sir. We still watered hills meal they go through the Hillsborough. They have a huge area city water, but I would say very very few. I think they have about we have a few customers with hills their own city sewer that are actually in the think there's about forty of them something moments. What was just a small percentage someone's coming into the area? How do they know if? How do they know the difference between if they if they're on hillsdale utility or city, certainly you have folks walking in saying, I need water service. You're not you're not on our map. This is what that they have to go far to get the hills Ville utility. They throw a stone. Our number two our warehouse, which is where we all work is nine three one seven two eight one two seven three and that number actually rings every phone in the building is not a direct extension. It goes to over phone number. We give out because somebody's always at a desk somewhere answer the phones. So if they have that question if they will call that number we can pull up one of our service maps and most of us know, most of the area's off the top of her head. We can look it up and let them know I get emails quite a bit from realtors who are representing clients. Certainly, you know, I just had one last week. But it was in west Warren Bogle utility district's area. So see you can tell what the what is folks just call well within coffee county, you have utility authority. You have us which is Manchester water and sewer, you have his way utility district, and you also have west Warren Vogel utility district. So you actually have four utility districts within one county so it would be easy to be confused by who serves where? Oh, hey, fair. So I don't feel so bad now should it. There's a lot of areas where we're really close. You know, you you go to drive the lion. John the line somewhere. We're here and maybe hills will the next one over a westwards an extra over. So it's it's very close and even out. It's a joint natural part. We served within DOJ report. And I think it's still a homey utility has the next row down. So, you know, even our Jason them in some places, I'm learning all kinds of things we need to head to cook. Break I'm gonna ask you guys to stay with us for our next segment. You're tuned into lunch and learn on your hometown station, thunder radio, we're talking with your Manchester City water department. Now another update from the SR thunder radio news.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"God execute regard lost a brutal attack on the engine near with the samurai sword his business gordon card at thirty two selected kevin mason at random when he saw him leaving systems of in washington at the end of his shift last february and he ran a him screaming with the weapon raise above his head newcastle crown court heard that the fifty eight year old victim at noticed his attacker standing near a car outside the munitions factory and was able to put his arm up to protect his face and head from the forceful blow mr mesa fear for his life during the violence suffered injuries down to the bone of his arm and needed surgery carterton carter believes in the interview he had hatred for ba systems which have resigned from despite being considered at one time a model employee as mr may have been the first person you saw as he stood outside today we'll see this this is why be might not wanted you working for them the corner me you know i mean kinda made the point form the court heard before the attack carter had targeted his hatred towards former colleagues cars and smashed windows scratched or even covered them in pain while they were parked outside homes damn he took this personal one workers bay win at his house would smash smash people house on carter of fair.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM

WTIC 1080 AM

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM

"It's kind of a nice place to be i'd say yeah we just drove across the mega bridge numb monday when things get colby go north everybody had felt we don't or are you sure your okay market well you know i know i do are things like i treat so there's the jury doubt on how on told good leads would you know get off their know what to expect we have a mark i'm glad you and jesse but i i seriously i've was you know city the holidays to work starting to see you bring in the verner's gentry all of course you're check which you always dead but although i'm going to guys are doing well are you still like in the health care of some sort yeah i work for helping a good in gaylord we coverage small areas twenty one county the northern michigan and i'm we're done very well of old check and what get from time to time giving up they i hope you will hey mark does say had a can see it you guys have a save drip okay i think it take eric but i think for us all do my best thank you thank you work he's a great guys i mean they yeah they said this brothers jim darrelle wichmann by online i've seen in some grocery stores not many but if you're not try to you really should let me see let me do this and he had dave on your from and then i've kevin mason do sports was talking about this afternoon one thing that you really enjoy about a day like today okay is you're pretty much you have an excuse to do nothing which is nice to my game plan is this maybe little popcorn maybe a little fire maybe an electric blanket since i don't have fireplace the works okay so fires out a question.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM

WTIC 1080 AM

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM

"You might see a few flakes and you season few more flakes later on this morning but in the form of scout of like snow flurry maybe a snow shower once the front moves on by this afternoon will start to clear out with high temperatures topping out in the upper thirty stew around forty like very the win this morning becoming west southwest this afternoon sup in a few minutes a seven sixteen going down a four twenty three tonight look for partly cloudy to clear skies heck pressure builds in los in the twenties four your friday mostly sunny with highs averaging in the upper thirties to lower forties saudi a period of rain at thirty five the fortieth i think it's going to be what i'm not white at but christmas eve we dry out partly cloudy to clear lows in the twenties christmas day nice mostly sunny near for two of details on the weekend forecast after the seven thirty knows right now we the temperature twenty nine hartford connects whether station w t i see newstalk tony the big i seven eleven by the way as you'll hear from kevin mason the you caught women played last night and if you're up late you probably her bob tell you the player the game is and they if you know the seven twenty will give me a chance to what a pair tickets to an upcoming you caught on this game okay to beat gap of they didn't could be downtown who knows but if you'd like to do it okay this about the eight minutes nine minutes and will take care of that and also mike yes brito asset thanks some people think start to pick up your at the holiday story last a very as i worked a home what's week spinal right here it's friendly will plays gets a nice coffee for ian avenue juice you feel better i don't care make a waffle whatever you want to do and they were here and please stop by and say i end up be think it's some of the people already have where you're until nine minutes a pastor will he will be here joey back at the station the radio ranch and.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM

WTIC 1080 AM

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on WTIC 1080 AM

"Is kind of a risk an ongoing joke at my organization and wearing jeans ricky on that's the suns and i think that's a big deal for makes that i can see of your sitting at the table so i'm out okay but i did notice on a you know trying to loosen up there but it's going on kind of a laughingstock institute because i'm still going to dress like the or is the old you know the old neck tynes who kind of guy alright hate endless you know we got to and yeah i'm not i'm just up i will talk a little bit more and don't forget on in the week that must be a new name american eagle financial credit union caress in to have okay shines in god you know new haven him accounting yeah well good for you get thing yeah thanks for much alright and a very christmas kind early to nevertheless yeah yeah yeah right i think it is see okay six or if you want to be you sports whips kevin nathan standing by may passed out by now let's see exactly have you went back to bed actually of the time anyway do morning sports going up a great game last night view con huskies were talking hockey year beat umass kevin mason has the details plus an nba stuff there's a lot going on hang on holiday happy help line help our family's got to total bnp arriving because christmas zeke so we will need to be our best pajamas address a really cool slay you mean santa hope to you know him disgruntled maybe old maybe yup right now the entire stores up to sixty percent did you say sixty percent off i did and right now get sweaters from ten dollars for adults and from eight dollars for kids plus leap where i started suggest seven box for don't fit will be swayed by ernie pjs thank found big main ankle maybe others i would love either total of an excludes clearance guards registering adam story today him into daily deal so you're ready to start a family and everyone's been giving you advice that puerta actually began at kaiser permanente our teams of ups attrition still every nurses like tayshaun consultants and p attrition.

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"kevin mason" Discussed on KNTH 1070 AM

KNTH 1070 AM

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"kevin mason" Discussed on KNTH 1070 AM

"The question we will go over the results on monday yes now we'll be robertson different leave it wrist biggest award call the curse we try to pobres on a lot of people don't know that's what he roberson and he's not down on the term african american listen to this i love being called black i love being an american i love being a black american but the black managed country i think it is shame that every few years we get a change of name sissons for shifts the racquet from after the game quickly of already that mannion of talking with free that's so those who came of almost topple both even untrained so much do not again and then that's not a tripping doing a good night tipping not displaying checked well forced he agree great graham not be together in a great big ben about productive to you got ta but at the same time to die community touch who was pretty well me what to trash like you pettine jerky and as a result of all that with three of every she and they did a good you can be shula they too many of us in this country the last few according to a geological geographical geology study published in and that is the the lack of compete with the first on a three so who wins who in the neck up in people to first on for him to my question i can't do mystics down and we're winning to death to what of the plan three to two and this time came a huge game you so we're going to go back all the way better and it adam was back and he was that you know kevin mason and that apparently didn't run him into the net.

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