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"latics" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

07:34 min | 10 months ago

"latics" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Slash scale to see all the interviews where we all the presentations and talks on this program where we talk about scaling your startup. So you've gotta start market and you're trying to make it grow faster. A brandon's been one of the great. Ceos have been able to work with over the last couple of years and it's really great to have him on the program to talk about how he has scaled the company so quickly hedo ren. I'm doing great jason. Yeah appreciate you having me on show you went through our accelerator program. You were based in sacramento. At the time and still our company was a dozen people at the time. The last probably use me brian. Just a handful of folks in a small office and the original idea was what so influence or marketing. Software to my. My background is in consumer marketing. Red bull in that role. I bill big opinion leader programmes there. So opinion leader marketing. Red bull is. How do you drive outcome through musicians. Artists athletes relevant seen insiders opinion leaders the previous term for influencers. I guess before social social media opinion leader with somebody whose opinion led the pack. Yeah exactly and so through that. Like i managed that process and i had this Will two things. I learned two things one is that trust. Authenticity are built through direct relationships. Like the the brand needs to have a relationship with the person who's doing the endorsement that inspires belief and a real product use which is necessary for that person to be able to honestly endorse something to their community. So i i understood that And then i also understood a lot of the pain points around managing those programs that had this big whiteboard that had this big grid with all these names and it had the last time we visited someone product. We dropped off so when we moved into influence a marketing the predominant approach to this space has been these middleman marketplace approaches where they get all the supply and demand and our view is that way to transactional. There's no ability for the brand to build a relationship so we launched his sas solving workflow system of record for brands in our the clear category leader in grown fast and feeling good about our progress. And something really changed over the last couple of years. I think in that the tide has risen you you when you started. Most people were dabbling. Doing an influence sir pilot here or there and so marketplace was a great solution for that. I wanna meet a couple of influencers casey nice at. Maybe i'll get him to do something for listerine and i'll get you know just deemed to do something or whoever on instagram to promote a product. But you didn't have an internal team where somebody was for influence or marketing or had that in the title. So tell me about you. Know a customer where you saw this development where they went from dabbling needed to say the name or not but just that sort of generic profile of somebody who was dabbling and then what are they doing at scale. Today that requires them to have enterprise software as opposed to putting this google sheet or on notion or some other air table. Whatever yeah so. I mean if you think about it right. The brands are running these super large scale. Creator management influence marketing programs in house before grin. What they're doing because they want to go direct. They went on the direct relationship. They have these lists of bunch of different people in google sheets. They have shipping address. Discount codes their product preferences last time they reached out to them their social profiles and they've got anywhere from two to you know some brands that are working with green of twenty five people in the product every day save big influence in crater teams. And what they're doing before grant is they're e mailing all those people they want to do. Some sort of activation or promotion and they're following up and saying. Hey we want you to promote this thing around black friday. Here's what it is. Is your shoe size. Still this and always your shipping address. Still this and there's this back and forth dialogue. They go into the e commerce platform ship. The product created discount code. Send that to the person and then follow up a few weeks later to make sure that they actually promoted the content and promoted the product and did the actual activation so it takes people. You know hours on end to manage these programs with grin. They sign up authenticate in all their tools. They authenticate ecommerce platform. We take that process down from multiple days to fifteen to twenty minutes. They just select group creighton. Activation choose products distribute links to those people and it really just provides a bunch of efficiency and clarity into their process and makes it super easy for them to manage what brands or types of products does influence or marketing. Work for versus. Just doing search on google or you know buying ads on instagram or buying ads on facebook network tech talk etc why think the breadth of macro trend if you think about like what's enabling this. It's this consumer attention shift from traditional channels into mobile social and in traditional the distribution is You know cable radio. These companies in stations and in mobile social distribution is is instagram. Talk youtube and the actual shows are people like you. Their creators on social lots of people are engaging with so i think the macro trend over time every brand in the world will do some form of crater management influence marketing where it's really gained a lot of traction with his is in with like high growth direct consumer brands so digitally native brands. You know brands like kylie brands. Like fab latics be parker. All birds a lot of those household brands. That are you know. Highly disruptive in super high growers they grew out of direct partnerships with creators. Either one to one at the macro level and these really big scaled micro programs. How do these influencers get paid. And then what is the law around and the regulatory environment. How is that shaping up. Because there were i know there were people who were basically doing covert marketing east. They had this moment in time called. Buzz marketing hundred. Remember that people were doing like covert marketing like. They would go on the streets and be like hey. Can you take our picture and the person would say sure. I'll take your picture and then it would be a sony cameron. they'd like. Oh yeah this is my sony. Can you hit the wide screen on my sony. Vx one thousand whatever it was like. Oh and the ftc and other people kinda got upset about that and then obviously instagram now. Is i think putting paid programming or something over people's or paid partnership. I think on top of stuff so tell me a little bit about that. And how the regulatory environment has changed and then what are people getting paid. What are influencers. Get paid how do they get paid. Yes there yeah. I mean i think i first and foremost When the like this this this type of marketing is channel is fundamentally different than programmatic. Right like it's not like buying ads on facebook or instagram. Or anything that achieves scale via reach and frequency. The reason it's different is because the endorsement goes through person so you don't control the whole thing. There's this relationship that needs to happen. When the endorsement goes through a person to the consumer like authenticity.

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"latics" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"latics" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Big Joe talent show back. That is the best. I love that it is 3 23, Michelle and Eric in for Tyminski and Doyle 1 802 831 a 1.5 talking about something that every one looks stupid. Do you just told me? I look stupid talking on the radio. So I would never say that on believer. Kindness day. Say something. Say something. Nice day. I would never. Yes. Something that you see people doing. You're like that just looks so yes, stupid and a lot of people do it And you're like, whoa, why, and for me, it's that sometimes when people take self fees and With the food and language, the whole selfie. I'm like What for you. It's um, chasing after hallway. Actually, the first thing is holding the door over somebody who's more than three steps away. Three step role you have to have. I need to recognize that. Yeah. Too kind. Well, I'm two kinds on all days. Not just today, where you say nice or then you hold the door for somebody. They don't even say thank you that all that just I just wanted to be. What gets me is when you Let somebody cross and they don't even give you the hustle. They don't even hustle. They don't acknowledge. Just that's a pet people. That is a big pepita. Just like yeah, I got you go ahead, and they just take the time Got their headphones. I don't thank you that I acknowledge you. I'm like that be I go. It is like when I'm crossing I go into like a full sprint. I'm like I did to you because I know how much it bothers me. Exactly what people don't do that. They're like I have the right to crom Gonna cross was just found a pet peeve of mine that absolutely I did. Let's go to Johnny and New Brunswick. You're on New Jersey when a 1.5 Hello? Hey, guys and victim the Schoharie. Good, Johnny. That's a wonderful name, Johnny. Thank you. My parents gave him. Yeah, well, I would hope maybe God just found it somewhere. I don't know. So The one for me, and this is some I learned growing up and Monroe. I'm now living in New Brunswick. But how? How embarrassing is it when you are sitting in the middle of the road and trying to get into a parallel parking spot, and you get a lot of 10 cars behind you? You have been altogether that is so dead on that is it's perfect. What you said when you abandoned it, because you do You feel that pressure. You're like I can't handle the pressure. There's 10 cars and I can't do it. I gotta go. Lee, you, Johnny, I think you have to chance is like if you can't get on the first one. I understand. Now, if you can't get it on the second one, I think then you have to abandon you Gotta go. I used to get all excited about going out and going dancing going to clubs and stuff. Now we get excited when I nail parallel park. Yes. Once more. It is. That's a good one. Johnny. Thanks So much for calling into New Jersey. One a 1.5. That is a good one. Because you do and you give up. You're just a Bandido, Africa. Get it. When was the last time you even parallel parked? I had to parallel park at my house believe or not. Because I have five adults in the house and s O had moved my son's car something that I had to parallel park between the two other cars in the street and I'm like I'm gonna hit something. Gonna wipe something out. And I did. I nailed it. I was I was on cloud nine. The rest of the night. You get it on the first try by five of myself like and there are people who are professional Parallel parkers. They like boom boom. If you don't do it if you're out of practice you like when you back into a spot to and you get it on the first try again. That's a pretty good backing it. Yeah, but some people are in and they're like to close and then they were. But once the line starts forming, or once like you try to times I give you And then after that, I saw somebody trying who was It was so entertaining, Eric. I was in a parking lot sitting in the car, and I watched him and that's why I mentioned about the backing into a spot. I watch somebody try to back into a spot. At least 10 times before like, she's you laugh that I'm like, Just the hab. Just your type of person who laughs at people when they slip on the ice and fall. Are you okay? Broke his arm. Yeah, yeah, real nice Part of the birds is like Injured, but I There's nothing funnier than watching somebody fall, though. You know it was 100%. But this one I'm like, Are you kidding? Like stop? Give up. Don't give up where they give up where they're doing the over the shoulder. Look at using the back of camera the over the shoulder Look. Yeah, That's so out. That's you got to do the back of camera now. Maybe that was the problem. Let's go to Janet in Belmar. You're on New Jersey when a 1.5 Hi, Janet. Hello. Hi, Janet Bellmore. What a wonderful place to live. Bellmore. Janet was working there right now. Just one. She's working there right now. So what a wonderful play. What a wonderful place to work in Bellmore. Janet. Yes, it is. And my answer to that question. My friend took a selfie with her dad, Daddy, He was Yeah. He was dead at the funeral, and I didn't go. But I think sort of selfie on Facebook. Wait a second. The dead person was dead at the funeral. Yeah. Her dad and I saw that selfie on Facebook on now. Also horrible. How was posted it on Facebook, Daddy. Yeah, That's a little. I think that might be a little. I mean, I know in some some cultures that's the thing to do, right. I mean, some cultures they do take pictures of the dead. So my husband, my husband to? Um, he said, another thing that looks really stupid is when your trying to make somebody's past like when you're driving. You let someone pass and then they tell you to go. And then you both go and then you have to wait again. Oh, that's awesome. You guys both wave on like you Wait that person way isn't awkward. And then you both decide to go to so Yeah, Yeah, that happens. That's a good one. Jonah. That does happen a lot. Thanks. So much for calling into New Jersey. 11.5. I saw somebody just yesterday. Oh, waved a Koran. Waved a car now how I have, just like set the scene waved a car on yet there were kids riding their bikes down. That's why I don't listen to people anyways. Don't wave and I'm like, no. If you go, you're going to smack into the kids on their bike Accidents I've investigated when I was a police officer who said, Well, he waved me through. Yeah, well, don't do it. Don't be nice. Don't wave. Don't be nice like that, because, but they were riding their bikes. I'm like, Oh, my God. I'm gonna get smacked, but that's when you wave in the other person ways that's a good one. All right, 1 802 831 on 1.5 is the phone number something that everyone look stupid doing. We're getting some good ones this hour. Your call coming up right now. It's 3 30. Here's the news. The latest New Jersey news from NJ 115 dot com. The death of an Elizabeth woman is being investigated a suspicious after her body was discovered early Sunday in a parking garage in Hoboken 34. Year old Josslyn Tehran was pronounced dead shortly thereafter. The medical examiner's office is still working on a cause and manner of death. Anyone with information is asked to call Hudson County prosecutors. Ah, weekend chase out of Trenton ends with a crash no serious injuries. But an arrest it actually started, police say when a 30 year old Morris Plains woman stole one of their cruisers allegedly parked on the street in downtown Trenton and drove it up north through 29 Hopewell Township, where she crashed into a utility pole. She was taken into custody, then to a hospital. Outdoor restrictions are already scratched in New Jersey and come June 4th. That's this Friday. Indoor venues can fill their seats as well. But who will come? According to a new Seton Hall sports ball, most people would be in favor of covert protocols sticking around. Social list and seating and wearing masks. Psychologically, we're not passive, yet there's going to be a covert hangover. Whole methodology is Daniel Latics says he can't imagine venues providing socially distant seats when they have the ability to operate it 100% on password. Claverie download our free after Listen, live anywhere and get instant New Jersey news, weather and traffic from New Jersey one of 1.5 Have something to say on New Jersey one.

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"latics" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"latics" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Yesterday was the beginning of those first of the month. First of February. So it's the beginning of Black History month. It made me wonder why does race matter? I think most the time race doesn't matter. Cause we need a story in The New York Times by David Brooks. Opinion piece he wrote about Children need to be back in school tomorrow. Teacher resistance is a disaster for the most vulnerable. I don't disagree with that. But when he tweeted out his story, which is what caught my eye to the story. He wrote this Readers. Many of us got involved in the Black lives matter Marches last summer. Yeah. And that sentence Black lives matters capitalized. Here's the next sentence from the tweet. Do black lives matter to you on Lee when they serve your political purpose. Them that symptoms. The word black is capitalized. The word lives is not But in the last sentence in his tweet Leads this way. Shouldn't we be marching to get black and brown Children back safely into schools right now? In that sentence, in particular caught my eye because the word black is capitalized and the word brown is not. So what's going on here? So why is the word black capitalized? But the work Brown is not And second Doesn't he know? That's the preferred term. Among those in the know is Latics. Not Latino. We're not Brown. You know that term kind always amuse me because Actual T knows never use it. It's almost exclusively used by the hyper woke like round But Third. I think this is most important of all. Why should the race Children matter at all. If you're going to march and if you're gonna do is David Brooks says. That kids need to be back in school tomorrow. Why would you tweet out? That is particularly important for black kids and grandkids. And block his capitalized, But Brown isn't Should not Cosby to get All kids back to school. If you're going to march to get kids back in school, which I think is actually a worthy cause. Why restrict your concern to black and brown kids? To me. It's almost as if there's this unspoken symptoms in Brooks Tweet that says in the hell with the white kids. But then when you go actually go read his column. He goes into more depth, he says. This. The fourth fact is that this situation is especially devastating toe poor, black and brown students. Many of fluent kids have fled the public school disaster for private schools. It's black and brown kids and again. Black is capitalized. Brown isn't it's black and brown kids who live in cities with progressive mayors and powerful unions, and those are the places were in school learning has been closed down. He then spiked, cites A study by Michael Heartening and Leslie Finger. Who found that political partisanship and teacher union strength explain how school boards approached, reopening. Another survey, he writes, conducted last year by chopped Meat, and the AP found that roughly half of white students You guess wife not capitalized. Had access. About half of white students have access to in person learning compared with a quarter of black and Hispanic kids. Now you black and Hispanic is capitalized. And he says this myth in the last paragraph. Readers. Many of us got involved in the black Black lives matter. Marches last summer. I guess I would ask you do black lives matter to you on Lee when they serve your political purpose? If not, shouldn't we all be marching to get black and brown Children back safely into schools right now? No, you know, truthfully. Repeatedly seeing the word black capitalized next to a lower case Brown over and over is actually kind of jarring to the eye when you actually look at it. Just just, you know. I learned to do a long time ago writing legal briefs. You read text with the eye of an editor. I'm kind of a Grammar Nazi about that. But let's go back to his question. If not, shouldn't we all be marching to get black and brown Children back safely into schools right now? No. After that question is no We should not be marching to get black and brown Children back safely into schools right now. We should be advocating. Not marching, marching, talking to do squat. You should be advocating for Children. Get back into school. Children of any race. Children of all races. Children of any ethnicity, Children of all ethnicities. Yes, I was. If I really give David Brooks the benefit of the doubt. I would guess that he's emphasizing the race and ethnicity. A lot of the students that were harmed by the policies are progressive mayors and teacher unions. In a way to kind of tweaked the left. Which claims to stand for the downtrodden, But you know, really often, just the next policies that First the down Trump. What if Democrats but what have been Democrats been doing to the black community? Since The days of Lyndon Johnson. Yeah, that's exactly right. That's not a good enough reason to bring race into it. I don't think There are plenty All over the country. There are plenty of white Children suffering from close schools. So you see, the problem is not one of racism. The problem. Is the left caving to teacher unions. Who are unwilling to step up and do the jobs that other essential workers do every single day in this country. When David Brooks introduces race into the picture that just clouds the vision that just clouds the narrative that just hinders any effort to really find a solution by causing us to focus on the wrong problem. David Brooks wants you to focus on the race and the ethnicity of the kids. Not the fact of whether not kids should be Experiencing in learning teaching. At some point we've way have got to get past this endless emphasis on the color of people skin. I think it causes all sorts of distortions. In fact, Looking major cities, including Denver. It can cause rights and cost lives. The situation with Michael Brown one k o a news radio. Let's see whether or not there's any chaos in the traffic.

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"latics" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"latics" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"latics" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"latics" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So he's going to make a pact with Satan to turn out. This is Let me report on. Let me let me report on Joe Biden the way that the media would Joe Biden has just affirmed he has made a pact with Satan to turnout, Latino and Hispanic voters. Just saying report on Trump Dempster rules, right? Can you imagine of? Trump said that I'm gonna work like I'm gonna work like the devil, he said told certain Oh, my gosh. I see me alive. I tell you what, All right, so We've Ah And he is he is struggling with voters and special in Florida. He's struggling with voters, Hispanic and Latino voters. Okay, stop speaking of this sidebar. Have you seen? The poll is up. Pel Aton. Put out is you're laughing already. I didn't see anything. People who can't do the stuff it Lululemon Goto Politan. They put out a graphic and it says strong voices Let two necks Heritage Month. Nobody likes is it? Hearts of howdy is Latin. Lex. Let t six in the language. Latics. If you end it with an eight means female If he ended with no means male, so they're trying to eliminate the male female recognition. By using Latina axe and nobody likes that. Except the people who think that that's woke Letty next hit. Nobody likes that. I don't know anybody. Who likes that? And What are they celebrating here? What have you there? Appellate, honest. So woke. I can't even deal with it. Europe. You do like bicycle, Lee. Yeah, you you You're doing like workout stuff. Do the workout stuff. You know, nobody can We not get away from this. I were followed by a bunch of whiners. Everywhere we go. If you go purchase leggings. Hell, you walk into a lululemon, We're gonna sit here and tell you how capitalism is bad. But you ain't got to stay on our leg into star $130 For one pair of singular leggings. You could get him for $25 for one pair of singular leggings. Not even made in the USA. They follow you everywhere in sports. They're guys just and we're trying to watch football. But here's some politics. We can't shut up about it. Everywhere you go. This is like a horror film. Everywhere you go. They're previous. Like sports. I use that to escape politics. Now it's in sports. Can't get rid of it. I was doing a Why can't have like I don't have ride on public on before, And I kind of was just like, okay, I'm done. Because the site the instructor, all of a sudden, like got a little political and I'm like, I can't. I can't with you right now. I cannot with your stop it. Your playlist already was questionable. This just makes it worse. Stop. Just can we have one place where people can not be douchebags? Just a divan free zone. I'm not asking for a safe space. Can we just like Is there any place where we can have common ground? Any place at all. Riley and I don't think so. It's it's It's to the point where it follows you everywhere. Yes, Appellate Aunt Letty next heritage. Okay. Pellet Onyx. I don't even I don't even know of any Latino people who use this term, so I don't know what they're actually celebrating woke Nous. Work nous. Awoke fuller. You today cheese. There's no common ground anywhere anymore. At the New York City's to find subway passengers, $50 for Bear, Fi says. What For no masks today. Okay? Do you guys want to hear about the totally obnoxious mask? I ordered? A friend of mine told me about this. It is the most obnoxious, ridiculous thing I've ever seen. And I'm so wearing it to vote. It is normally I never wear something like this. It's red sequins. It's not even a mask that you can totally see my face and I'm totally going to work to vote. Some asks technically cover in my face, and if they made me change it, the bane mask goes on. I'm here to vote for the bad wolf. Of the effect. This is a and actually still may do that. I'm going to take it with me. Regardless, I'm not making a political statement. It's my mask. Better than your cloth, you know? Thing that you're where you're your cloth Placebo over your face. Just saying yes. O in New York. Cuomo wants to fine people $50 if they don't wear a mask. On mass transit. Hey, I mean everybody's running away from New York. Boy, I can't think of anything better than being on a hot subway hot, stinky subway wearing a face mask to keep all that hut stinky subway air right in there by your face. So so we had to wear a mask, A church? You know how it's impossible to sing while wearing a mask. You eat the mask at a surgical mask. It sucked into my mouth. Every time I was trying to sing with it. I ended up having a go ahead. Come on, people. We have a lot more to touch on and we have Steven needs will be joining us as well. Later on as we get moving on. Break on wireless earbuds. They help bring you free radio. 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"latics" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"latics" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"latics" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"latics" Discussed on KQED Radio

"These days a lot of young Latics feminist enough we can as a symbol of empowerment she's on board of candles everywhere at their Jean jackets in decals on the back I think for many of us Latinas were looking to spirituality for more meaningful answers and the world is giving us so your mom seems to be at like a central figure in all of this so tell me a little bit about your mom just kind of in from a spiritual place my mom got here at the age of thirty with my older sister I think when she got here as she's told me before she relied on her intuition to make all the decisions because a year into moving here she didn't have a husband anymore she's divorced she's alone she doesn't know the language so she tells me that I use my intuition out of survival you know it's really interesting to hear you say that because we learned earlier that scientifically intuitive decisions are based on emotion rather than information and it really sounds like all your mom had to go off of what's her contact yeah and I think that could be the experience for a lot of immigrants who move somewhere and don't speak the language or know the customs something that surprised me is that my mom says it's been harder to listen to her intuition the longer that she's been here in the states in Latin America at that point okay let me that is my Pacira yeah he did north Tennessee correct okay this is an assembly that passed C. K. cannot the around sixty employees they have a signal it's a like us on a presentiment she said that life in Latin America slower pace that it's easier to listen to your feelings there than it is here in the US so your mom says this thing the cortical areas so what's the call recording call recorder is the hustle and bustle of just like running around to get it done whatever it is that you're trying to get done it's like super American super America just moving ahead moving ahead because that's what you do that's what you do you get to the US you hustle you launch things you become an entrepreneur you become successful all of these things that are supposed to define your happiness and she said no got it got it I asked her what is something that she would want me to just never forget the semiconductor by he's going to hand this down because down M. three M. which I hasten off it took a minute dina in stormy from media can all consumers have been in the answer is simple clinical deal.

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"latics" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"latics" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Dutch robbers burger is seeking answers from the trump administration regarding yesterday's U. S. airstrike that killed Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani rappers burger says solar money let a designated terrorist organization and was one of the world's most dangerous men and he feels no sadness over his death however previous administrations collaborated with Congress when considering activity against nation state actors rockers worker says the US now faces the possibility of a large scale retaliatory attack and the administration must brief Congress he says the US must do everything in its power to protect troops on the ground and de escalate that air strike in Iraq said the price of oil up about three percent yesterday so will this mean higher prices for us at the pump triple a minute Latics John Townsend says about what happens next and what should drops next so it's too soon to speculate the towns and does not expect any immediate increase in gas prices Maryland senator Chris van Hollen is calling out his Republican colleagues over the upcoming impeachment trial in the weekly democratic address van Hollen said new information out this week shows the need for what diss and documents to be part of the trial we learned about email sent by Michael Duffy emails that the trump administration tried to hide that provided additional evidence that the order to hold up assistance to Ukraine came directly from the president so far Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has denied requests to include witnesses a change of scenery for former UV a football player instead of being on a football field Meryl Robertson will spend forty years behind bars he was sentenced yesterday on charges of engaging in a fraud scheme that built more than sixty investors out of ten million dollars WMAL news time is seven oh four now WMAL traffic and weather from the hot tea carpet cleaning truck when we have a possible accident over on to ninety five south bound we when I exercise some caution is your frosting Malcolm X. Avenue right now traffic at across the place from salen parkway as for the capital both ways the staff of the place for you on the outer loop at the river Rhodesia coming over the lease a bridge and a live also a bit of a slow go as you're approaching Georgetown pike in front of her Barton parkway and in Virginia there was a heavy southbound digestion.

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"latics" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"latics" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Maybe firing impeachment I mean Kate's defense secretary mark as per has fired the secretary of the navy in connection with the controversy over a seal whose war crimes case has been championed by president trump correspondent Jeremy diamond reports navy secretary Richard Spencer was criticized for his handling of the case essentially what Richard Spencer data here according to the Pentagon is that he went around to the defense secretary mark asper spoke directly to the White House and proposed to them that they could restore any Gallagher's rank something that the president actually did unilaterally himself and allow him to retire with his tried and pain which again signals his membership in that elite navy seal community house Democrats will now compile a report on their findings so far from the impeachment inquiry into president trump's dealings with Ukraine and it left open the possibility of calling additional witnesses are holding more hearings Republican senator John Kennedy of Louisiana tells fox news Sunday that if the house votes to impeach his chamber will take the next step I think there will be a trial and I'm in favor of doing it in accordance with due process and let everybody all for whatever they want to in terms of evidence former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is now running for the democratic presidential nomination he made it official in a video released this morning my started as a middle class kid went to work his way through college business from a single global creating tens of thousands of jobs could you stop there so for the terrible tragedy of nine eleven three term mayor from the ashes his video featured numerous shots of him with black and Hispanic people Bloomberg polls poorly with those voters partly due to the stop and frisk policy that was the hallmark of his may oral administration Steve casting down New York I'm in case WMAL news at six oh two I'm Steve coming Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is said to be resting comfortably at home after being released from Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore this morning a court spokeswoman says the eighty six year old justice is resting at home and doing well Ginsburg had checked into Johns Hopkins Friday night after experiencing chills and fever doctors reportedly treated her with fluids and antibiotics for possible infection if you're hitting the road today for Turkey day you'll have plenty of company triple a minute Latics John Townsend says so the real crunch will occur again I guess earlier Sunday before thanksgiving Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday choose your poison Townsend says to avoid the worst pain travel very early or.

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"latics" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"latics" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Running because he's on fat somebody needs to step up in there needs to be an alternative wells joins former Massachusetts governor bill weld in challenging trump tropical storm Dorian is the next big system on the Latics storm watchers rate are expected to strengthen into a hurricane by Tuesday and bring wind rain and storm surges to the lesser Antilles importer Rico arrest could come today in the case of a Florida nursing home where twelve elderly patients died after it lost power during twenty seventeens hurricane Irma investigators say they rebuilt the rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills didn't evacuate patients as temperatures inside rose even though a fully functional hospital was across the street gunshots will ring out through downtown or west Denver tonight Denver police are gonna be calibrating the department's gunshot detection system using live gunfire from six PM to midnight the fire bullets into a bullet traps of there being no danger to the public here's how the tech works acoustic sensors identify when a gunman fired and the location of the shots in the system alerts nine one one potentially faster than citizens the police are asking anyone who hears gunshots still report them to nine one one such systems can be busy tonight it's just the messaging you know just hope everybody gets the message in this false positives things like that we're trying thank you Ross the six minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news Capital One is building a better bank one that feels nothing like a typical bank it's why they've reimagine banking and build something completely different Capital One cafes they offer checking accounts with no fees or minimums and savings accounts with one of the best savings rates in America this is banking reimagined with your needs in mind open an account today at any Capital One location or online in five minutes and experienced banking reimagined for yourself Capital One what's in your wallet Capital One N. A. member FDIC before you sign the lease for your very own office before you gave your two weeks notice before you asked her parents for a loan for you work nights and weekends there was a business plan that you put to paper staples has what your business needs to get you from here to there all at great prices every day and now a case of staples copy paper is only twenty nine ninety nine save twenty four dollars staples here we get you there in store only and eight thirty one nineteen Belinsky one three five eight four eight Linda five while supplies last take a look on.

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Latics discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Latics discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

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"latics" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"latics" Discussed on KTRH

"Because he's on fat somebody needs to step up in there needs to be an alternative Walsh joins former Massachusetts governor bill weld in challenging trump tropical storm Dorian is the next big system on the Latics storm watchers rate are expected to strengthen into a hurricane by Tuesday and bring wind rain and storm surges to the lesser Antilles importer Rico arrest could come today in the case of a Florida nursing home where twelve elderly patients died after it lost power during twenty seventeens hurricane Irma investigators say they rebuilt built rehabilitation center at Hollywood Hills didn't evacuate patients as temperatures inside rose even though a fully functional hospital was across the street gunshots will ring out through downtown or west Denver tonight Denver police are gonna be calibrating the department's gunshot detection system using live gunfire from six PM to midnight the fire bullets into a bullet traps other be no danger to the public here's how the tech works acoustic sensors identify when a gunman fired and the location of the shots in the system alerts nine one one potentially faster than citizens the police arresting anyone who hears gunshots still report them to nine one one such systems can be busy tonight it's just the messaging and I just hope everybody gets the message in this false positives things like that we're trying thank you Ross the six minutes now in front of the hour on this morning America's first news Capital One is building a better bank one that feels nothing like a typical bank it's why they've reimagine banking and build something completely different Capital One cafes they offer checking accounts with no fees or minimums and savings accounts with one of the best savings rates in America this is banking reimagined with your needs in mind open an account today at any Capital One location or online in five minutes and experienced banking reimagined for yourself Capital One what's in your wallet Capital One N. A. member FDIC before you sign the lease for your very own office before you gave your two weeks notice before you asked her parents for a loan we work nights and weekends there was a business plan that you put to paper staples has what your business needs to get you from here to there all at great prices every day and now a case of staples copy paper is only twenty nine ninety nine save twenty four dollars staples here we get you there in store only and eight thirty one nineteen Belinsky one three five eight four eight Linda five while supplies last when it comes to your mouth it's very personal you want someone you can trust someone who has years of experience advanced technology and someone who isn't going to judge you this is doctor Nathan limit maybe.

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"latics" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"latics" Discussed on KCRW

"Glaciers coming apart so like the whole planet coming apart and makes it nearly palpable heaving mountains of blue black waves and then the Latics storm would convey stupendous mass in Titanic energy is no movie I'd seen before the effect is enhanced by Dolby atmos sound an urgent score but I go to open the achievement is so extraordinary that I'd love to go on in this vein just describing sequence after spectacular sequence first though an explanation of why these images look and feel as they do conventional films are shot at twenty four frames per second to raise food sustains the illusion of continuous motion though not all ways without a trace of flicker when movies were first called flex was because it sixteen frames per second or thereabouts the flickered conspicuously Acker Ella is being shown in certain fitters at forty eight frames per second check the listings to see if yours is one of them that rate smooths out motion for the high and gives the brain the sense of and hence depth and richness actually causing Kaski and his co cinematographer Ben Bernhard shot the film at ninety six frames but very few filters in the country can project at that speed a lot of the news about water these days is about its insufficiency dwindling supplies of the stuff for ravaging drought that's not the emphasis here the movies dominant mode is surface Miami pummeled by hurricane Irma vast cascaded angel falls in Venezuela that could pass for a glimpse of the creation or a portrait of perpetual motion one sequence though calls perpetuity into question the setting is Siberia's Lake Baikal the world's oldest in deepest body of fresh water normally the lake freezes over so solidly in winter but locals drive their trucks and SUVs across it for convenience or for fun in recent years though rapidly rising temperatures have decreased the thickness of the ice and increase the danger just how dangerous the Lakers become is illustrated graphically by a group of men using crude but efficient gear to win showed issue vis that have crashed through the surface and then shockingly by an event the filmmakers could not have foreseen no one there or anywhere else in the film ever utters the words global warming if the message could not be clearer we are all of those living on thin ice I'm Joe Morganstern of the back in case you are W. next week with more review okay fear W. sponsors include Hollywood Bowl food.

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"latics" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"latics" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Can get some Equifax money link from the data breach in twenty seventeen and you can now file a claim about a hundred forty seven million people or do a portion and figure out if your one of them is pretty easy really the website Equifax breach settlement dot com is up and running right now he enter your last name and the last six digits of your social security number to see if you're eligible you could get a hundred twenty five dollars in cash or up to ten years of free credit monitoring the deadline to file is January twenty second the nation's economic growth slowed in the second quarter but not as much as the experts thought it would the nation's gross domestic product grew by two point one percent in the second quarter the bureau of economic analysis releasing the numbers this morning tracking the value of U. S. products those figures beating expectations with consumer spending the driving force it also signaled a slight slowdown from the first quarter analysts have warned the US economy will continue to slow for the remainder of the year the GDP one of the main factors that the federal reserve board will be considering when it meets next week to discuss interest rates Michelle Franzen ABC news trains may not carry as many people in the U. S. as they do in Europe and other parts of the world but there's still plenty of freight business conducted by rail in the U. S. now on the tracks of Denver's says it it's buying the Winchester and Western Railroad four hundred five million dollars on the tracks is one of the country's largest privately held rail companies the purchase gives it a rail road that runs through four minute Latics states on the track says the Winchester in western runs close to several major metro areas including New York and Washington DC American Airlines denies that it punishes workers who call in sick that's the claim in a lawsuit against the airline by New York City which says American assigned disciplinary points for every six day used and then didn't basically with the required rate in our next money update will have our first look at today's trading on Wall Street that's coming up at seven fifty five but first to the most common questions for people considering retirement are okay do I pay off the mortgage before I retire and to do I have too much company stock in my four oh one K..

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"latics" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"latics" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Where Washington comes to talk WMAL news eight I'm heather Curtis traffic's at a standstill on the inner loop of the beltway between Annapolis road and route fifty in prince George's county right now that section of the beltway is closed because of a two car fatal accident that happened around six this morning delays are extending back to the B. W. parkway you can take the B. W. parkway instead unless you're driving a large commercial truck and take US one kennel worth Avenue Bobbi Laurie Lattimore traffic coming up if you thought the traffic getting away for the long holiday weekend was bad prepare for more gridlock today as everyone comes home to related Latics downtown since has the worst time to travel in the whole holiday weekend days today between ten thirty AM and twelve thirty PM back to our stretch that's when all or most of the returning travelers will come back into the Washington metro area combined with traffic from people going to and from church will make for a nightmare on the roads according to town sent it's the end of the long holiday weekend and the beginning of overnight closures on two seventy starting tonight on I two seventy north bound between I four ninety five and Maryland twenty eight we're going to have paving operations going shounen coaling spokesperson with them dot state highway administration says there will be lanes closed on the main lines and the two seventy express lanes there still will be the three express lanes which will be available for travel on north.

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"latics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"latics" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It's non GMO, if you have to have things that are gluten free, you can have gluten free also, if you of you trying to have something that tastes good. It's all natural prebiotics berry powder that actually tastes good. And so it's no sugar. And it's like how he's only sixty calories in one serving. So it's great to add to your your, your diet. So how do we I'm watching your video right now? Do you just combine it with water? How just do we use it? So we can make sure we're getting the best impact with that is a recipe the. That you're seeing right there is how to actually incorporate. It's like I like peanut butter and jelly, instead of having jelly, which is high in sugar, the boneless doesn't have should or any one scoop of bio bliss with three tablespoons of cold water, and you can put that in lieu of using jelly you just spread it on some bread. And it tastes like blueberry flavor to it, but it doesn't have that high sweetness now if you go to buy on bliss dot com and go to their blog at actually tells you how to create it and then it says within the recipe to not only have the paint about it. But to put, like coconut flakes in it or to us. Cons. I personally like, and so I use almonds and I like to have that as a snack. So it's going to keep my gut healthy as I said, this is a prebiotics berry powder. It looks delicious and you can just go to their website, and they're blogging and get all kinds of recipes because that's so helpful, right? Yes, we definitely can't now a lot of times when people hear about this, because it's a product people think that it's a probiotic in that I'm a missed explaining what it is. But it's not crow Latics are basically, like if you think of a yogurt and is putting good bacteria in your gut prebiotics different prebiotics actually help, give nutrients and give balance to the good bacteria has already existing in your gut. So when you eat it is going to help you get balance. So one scoop is going to be equal to the equivalent of proud of nutrients like two cups of oats, which is fantastic. Fiber, one Cup of blueberries, which is a super fruit. We know that Santana. For anti-biotics as well as one Cup of gob a plants, and that God is going to actually help you to have nuts. Not feel hungry when you're not really hungry in. It's also been a balance on the sugar anybody doing mealtime, which is very important. I love that because we have in recent years heard about, as you say probiotics, and I've heard the gut health that it's like your second brain. Some of the experts say it can affect your physical wellbeing mental wellbeing, and adding the prebiotics to it and I love how you explain it seems like we could really go the extra mile in helping our health in the short term and the long term without feeding ourself up with exercise. I mean exercises great. But these are easy ways to take control. Right, right. Because when you what happens is that when your gut is balanced. It actually sends a proper singles to say unfold, because a lot of times, we don't have a healthy, gut our body thinks that it needs to eat more when actual totally fine. So that help us to.

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"latics" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

07:49 min | 3 years ago

"latics" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Point. To Lightfoot wall to to lead the hull of Latics that time he am too late for them to to your phrase to grip all the ideas necessary. Let's use a real blunted from here to essentially get a great nine Jesus class say, for example. Yes. Some kids it is. Because it's the amount of time that messes and you have to give the right amount of time. So he won't things we face with it yet seven is the attainment gap in the normal comprehensive school in England. The attainment gap aged eleven is roundabout seven years worth of learning. And every second schoolteacher knows this though, every educa- education policy person tries to deny exists. Every teacher news. There were. Yes. Having to the net pretty sophisticated to that mathematics, the blood the whole army maths, and there are some seven to number one to ten. So if you've got five years what you can do in five years is five years worth of school learning. Now, let's take the kid because that probably the most interesting kids that kid content number ten and eleven years old where could you get them to in five years while you could certainly get into a five that she's ESE it makes most definitely, but only if you take it really seriously Eddie if you say, this is truly the acts. They're damaging thing we have happening. Just sevens. Is that tool they all treated as though they all information is group that treated as though the role at site level. So we can have use seven Skiba Flook and fully that scheme Fluck, and we'll all do is all do some really sophisticated differentiation so on but I'm going to teach them all the anthem the sequence. I whatever it is. You know, why? Why? The first learning. Seven might end of sequences pretty common one. Yes. See your kid continental? Tangle doesn't understand what numbers all it doesn't understand place? Value doesn't stand proportionality and you teach them the ends to sequence. Why the hell you doing that? What the hell is that about your your bloody idiots doing that stop doing it? You know that kid needs some serious serious consideration. They need some intelligent thought about whether truly at in the learning of six and you need to take it seriously because decker when the sixteen at kids still calmly ten and there are loads of sixteen years accountable ten and that means ten years of their life. Their entire my thoughts experiences. Just being someone saying to them. Hey, you can't do maths in. I've no matter. What happens every lesson? You're going to see just seem like HARA glyphosate ta. But what you can do. That's that's that's what I see happening a lot. This idea of your seven schemes of work. What you can do you can say we've got two hundred kids in the rule, individual kids and the different places. Let's take that s- than learning their education. Let's take it really seriously that child will ever reasons you can play whoever you want to play and some of it will be that falls and some of it will be schools fault, and some of the B complex social problems also things going on. But the reality is whether at the learning of mathematics is wherever Steph picks. They they haven't yet. Understood a sense of number. So if that's the reality, that's where we go to stop. And we have five years to take child. He has no number sense. We have five years to work with that child. Well, that's great. Because in five years, you can let heck of a lot of maths. You really can't you can lend lows of massive five years, and it's perfectly possible to. A child who has no number sense age the Levin and give them a serious in telling wealth through coherent journey for five years that results in them getting a great five GS eight perfectly possible. And yeah, you have these moral choices you can say we're gonna take that child seriously educating that child or you can say which just going to give that child another five years of singing classrooms where everything is hundred clicks to them. All I know where full morally on that on that that decision. Just I find it absolutely morally reprehensible full fifth when people take that view of a while I'm gonna I'm just gonna teach the same as everyone else. Not treat them as individuals treat the group as though they all how much is when they want them and the thing to make sure this creek base. So the answer to question is you can absolutely use a mastery model of schooling with every single child or adult or whomever learning anything attending stage, you can use that model the models. Really simple. We'll cat weather truly at look at what maths sleep. Do. Don't know. Teach the stuff, they don't know. I it's not rocket science. Yeah. Just just teaching the stuff they don't know from where they already at. So you can do with everyone. But what you can't do don't think. Or at least it would have to be a remarkable child. So we play let's say they don't have a sense number. So effectively that the intellectual level for your child three-year-old job. A new wants to get into a nine which is the intellectual level of a fifteen year old child six child. It's really really hall to do that five years. You're you're asking for. Eleven twelve thirteen years worth of metro rations to occur in five years. So that's tricky. But luckily, you great great nine, right? It's cheesy ac- testing to the top of the the curriculum GMC specification, but great four five that way way way down. You know, if you get to kind of intellectual level of ten-year-old old that you can get a four or five on Chiesa. Without too much. Although if you look at the the way, which the Jesse greats structured, the intellectual capacity, you need to get those grades as you say this whole time if you to tell this lead the hall of primary Massinissa Fistican knots. They haven't conscious. It's not just that they can regurgitate sophisticated you give a sophisticated eleven year old Jesus pipe, and they'll pass it. They'll get a five you'll get together a decent grade. And then of course, they can go on to continue that journey to get Kevin gnawing them. Fifteen sixty eight. So my answer is yes, you can use the model probably know too. You could get every child to a nine that's the only because it's a short time net. There's no other reason that's every child can line everything he just needs the right amount of time. Do you think if we were to to revisit this podcast for say thirty three of the mart mcchord returned to the podcast? Thirty is time. We we combine together. No-doubt ransom old people's well, something like that. And we're talking street, and we'll round this cycles round. Again. Do you think will be looking at and adaptive learning platforms as as the way to do mastery properly for to the better phrase because I again that that for me goes back to this one to want you wish in and get around the kind of practical difficulties that the teachers have with with thirty shootings who've had a wealth of different experiences. Operating at different levels Griffin things at different rights, and so on and so forth. G is once wanted to learning platforms the future of mastery education. I

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"latics" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"latics" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Take a look at the scoreboard. Now, just the one other score in the American to update this afternoon. It was tied earlier still a close in a minute thirty four million the ball game, which toss state leading temple seventy four seventy two. So that game is gonna come down to the wire this afternoon. Some top twenty five action today. It is second ranked Michigan leading twenty first ranked Indiana fifty five forty six which eighteen remaining and the ballgame late in the first half. It is twenty fifth ranked leading twenty four th ranked Nebraska twenty seven to twenty six finals today. Sixteenth ranked Marquette over Xavier seventy to fifty two and then later tonight at six thirty. I'll be twenty second ring Wisconsin, they will face Penn State at university park, Pennsylvania the NFL scores right now late in the first half thirty six seconds remaining, Chicago and Philadelphia are tied at three and earlier today, San Diego knocked off Baltimore twenty three to seventeen sports of the broadcast. Brought. You by Stein brothers, bagel. Stop by for fresh baked bagel sandwiches or coffee at the stories. Memphis on poplar avenue. Einstein brothers bagels, proud supporter of Memphis Tigers at Latics, Dan. Dan, just one game going on in the American conference today. There were a few games yesterday in the American recapping the action from yesterday UCF over uconn sixty five to fifty three it was East Carolina upsetting Cincinnati seventy three to seventy one. Also, they beat south Florida. It's just a third loss of the year for U S F, they beat the bulls seventy eight to seventy five a reminder the penny. Hardaway radio show returns, Monday at seven o'clock. From the bluff on Highland strip was on Wednesday the last two weeks due to the holidays, but it will return on Monday for the remainder of the season. And the Tigers returned home Thursday night, eight o'clock against E C. You will be on the air from the Bud Light lounge at FedEx forum at seven o'clock downtown Memphis, but the Penny Hardaway show gin returns on the air here on WNYC and on the affiliates down the Memphis tiger network seven o'clock tomorrow night from the bluff on the Highland strip. So it's the Tigers. And the undefeated Houston Cougars from the for Titas center in Houston, Texas. We'll go down to Houston for the play by play with David lotion. And Matt Dillon we come back after this final break as you. Listen to Memphis Tigers Vasko ball, and it comes your way on learfield. At.

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