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"leslie moonves" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

Dell Technologies Podference

07:56 min | 7 months ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on Dell Technologies Podference

"Taught a lesson that they shouldn't take fans they shouldn't take advantage of fans as they try to do other week and i'm glad because it was two days. Who's mary upsetting. This episode is just one of many podcast included in these small business. Pod france presented by dell technologies. This podcast conference has been created to encourage and inspire small businesses while covering topics like new business strategies influence or marketing and beyond learn from top. Names in the podcast world. Like jill schlesinger from jill on money rhett and link of your biscuits and many more defined more participating. Podcasts searched for dell technology. Small business pod prince on the odyssey app spotify or apple podcasts at the end of this episode great rant lots of subtle and some unsubtle jabs at the nba will say that lots of your your example to me was basically like. Let's let's have. The clippers lakers play six times a year. You know it loses its its luster to a degree. Let me ask you a question about the nba as a foreigner who really only going to the nba. When i met. Jj when i met jj crop. Li got all in. And i went to clippers games even to philadelphia a couple of times to see you i. I'm proper in where when you're playing. I watch but i'm also not. It's not in blood like you can tell like football is everything to me. Basketball's like it's good. I'll watch it. It's great i don't get it. You plan entire season hop three quarters of a season. You are playing for a league position of who. You're going to play in the playoffs. That is fundamentally at its core slightly a waste of time. I'm wrong like you could lose a game tomorrow. It was above your fans that the mavericks fans aren't going to walk around upset because there's another game in two days and it doesn't really affect your position at the season. It's all about the players the season it's all about the players english football from the first minute of the season in august to the last minute. And may you are playing for three points or one point and it's li- for that and it's europe opponents not europe it's relegation is promotion and that means everything wins something whereas i've seen finds leaving the stadiums and often it's like well we gotta be in the trial or we throw a season you know who who potentially sometimes losing games on poverty. We were talking about for your bed like some of the teams without naming names. Jj the mavericks are playing now. Do not want to win. I don't wanna win. Bed is better off. If they don't win. That would never happen in english football but never have. There was a game the other day on english football wherever the team in six. That was the team meetings accommodated. It's teaming like fifth or six desperately trying to get to force. They qualify for europe and there was a team in seventeen if they lose their down a division all of next year. This was the most exciting game of football. You're ever going to find versus a game. V versus seventeenth box office in the nba. I'm watching a game. I'm like well. They're going to be in the playoffs. They're going to be these guys in the class. What's the point of his. And that's what the owners would trying to some. Just bumming jj out. I'm having an existential crisis right now about the last fifteen years of my life. What was the point of all of it ben. What was going. I i was i was. I said this to ben last week when we talked about this. But it is interesting to me. When this whole discussion about the play in game or potentially doing like a mid season tournament Similar to like maybe like the fa cup in in england like our league is trying to figure out ways to be more like european football whereas like this group of owners did the exact opposite so it was just. It's a weird sort of just juxtaposition. Yeah and their argument is no no. We want affecting the domestic game. We're only talking about europe. That's naive because the domestic game is all about who qualifies europe. And who gets relegated but i would say one thing ben in response to the thing about what we're talking about teams losing on purpose. People are going to respond to incentives. And if there's no consequences in place i e relegation and the incentive is you could potentially get a better draft pick since. Then yeah this behavior is going to continue. But it's built your league. And i don't mean to come on a polk costas so because i get the nba. I love it. I sometimes struggle with it. Because it feels like it's a it's a league to league built for the onus and it's a league built for business and all americans sports though that's not just the the nfl's the same way i'll get. That's not britain. it's not football. Football is definitely money. Don't get me wrong this huge money. That's in the game but ultimately it's built by the fines and it's for the fans and we don't have a choice if these foreigners are gonna come and by off football crops we get it but don't try and change our game. You can't do that. That's not allowed. I was gonna ask you. Do you think that the american owners not to specifically call them out but because they're used to moving american teams moving cities with no repercussions from anybody. No no protests in the streets league not only in certain cases. Leagues actually encouraging. It and helping them do it. Do you think they were. They were naive a little bit in terms of like. Oh we think we can just do this and this happens in the us all the time and even though people in specific cd might be upset about it. There's really no way of stopping it. And they were not ready for like the what what it means to the people like you know. They weren't ready for it and some of them have their phone numbers and they definitely weren't ready for the tax but that's for another day. I think they thought that naively. I think they thought some supporters would be excited by the idea of us always being in europe. Whereas i wanna be in competition that i deserve to be in the right to ban rather than one that i've just been given because my owner is friendly with the other owners. That's the first thing. And the second thing is i think that they were thinking about the international audience they were thinking about. Cbs and how. Cbs would love real madrid vs arsenal every week. But actually have cbs but real real madrid and also it didn't mean a thing because it's nothing like that no one cares about and you plan them six times a year. Then actually they wouldn't have been the market there. You can't take over a sport where people care passionately about. Remove the passion and expect people still to care so yeah. I think they were naive and look. There's many great things about the nba. Many great great things about the nba. So this isn't me knocking the nba. Just saying two different sports bill on two very different foundations and to try and put one into the other is a square peg in around hope. i think that's all very fair. I think that's very fair Ben this has been awesome. Thank you for the time. Thank you for talking about your career. Full well the last year all the things you're passionate about We really appreciate it. I i've loved being. And i and i have to say i do think i wanted to say one thing before we go and i'm sorry if i've rambled on about leslie moonves and grammy's and civil leagues but hey listen you got me on a good night constant talking but i think it's i think he's done such a great job with this podcast podcast. I genuinely do it. Keeps me occupied an amused and entertained and informed. And i think the pair of you is the new kellyanne ryan it really is. It's it's a magnificent parent. I lead to see you both. Thank you for having me. It's always wonderful to see fritzy. But hey thanks so much for listening to our conversation. With ben winston all three parts here for the dell technologies small business pod fronts..

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:59 min | 11 months ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Welcome back to the bench, Shapiro show. So Joe Biden In his inauguration speech, he listed off a bunch of crises, some rational crises like over 19, or the economic situation and some or about how America is systemically racist and also how white supremacy is a real crisis facing the United States. Well, I think the white supremacists are evil, but by white supremacy. I don't think he just means the KKK in neo Nazis. So what is he talking about? Exactly The cry for racial justice. What is the racial justice? He's calling for the answer, of course. Is that he is calling for a new government run regime. That sees any inequality as inequity and sees any inequality as systemic in nature that if black people earn less than white people, that is definitely attributable to a system and that means that the system of the United States Must be changed and rights must be violated. Individual rights must be violated Your economic rights of freedom of association, right your contractual rights. All of those have been violated by the federal government. But here's the thing When Joe Biden says white supremacy, he doesn't actually mean members of the KKK. He doesn't actually mean members of white supremacist groups he means broadly written with the left has been claiming what you promise he means, which is Any element of conservatism is white supremacy. If you voted for Trump, it's because of white supremacy. If you believe that the government should not be a fundamental part of your life, it's because of white supremacy. White supremacy is anything and everything that opposes the left agenda, according to the left, Right. That's why they've been using the term white supremacy because they completely ran out of steam with the term racist. It was throwing around so much that lost all meaning. So now they've moved over into white supremacy. Now, normally, white supremacy means is that you believe is the term would suggest that white people are superior to other people write their supreme white supremacy. But not a lot of Americans actually believe that because it's dumb, and it's ridiculous. So instead, white supremacy has been expanded to include virtually everyone you don't like. Everyone is a white supremacist. This is where things start to get really die seats. Why definitions of words matter? Here is an example of what the left means. When they say white supremacy they don't actually in white supremacy. They just mean you disagree. And this is why. When Joe Biden says he's going to target white supremacy and the rise of white supremacy, unless he's very clear that what he means by the rise of white supremacy is the rise of actual Nazi groups. The rise of the KKK. The kind of people the FBI arrested a white supremacist for planning to murder me and my family. Not a couple of years ago, right? Not a fan. Terrible, terrible people. I don't think that's what the left means. Here's the evidence is not what they mean. So Karen Atta over the Washington Post who is a truly egregiously bad columnist. Every single column is basically the same. It's all about how America is. Is racist and evil and bigoted and all the restaurant so she has a piece it is titled The Media had a role to play in the rise of Trump. It's time to hold ourselves accountable, she says in his inaugural address by and spoke about a rising political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat. Laudable frankness about the threat of white supremacy surprise me, but I wish I could share his confidence about confronting and defeating it. She says. Since the capital siege of January, 6th federal and local officials have been scrambling to fortify Washington and its institutions against the threat of white supremacy and violence. But one national institution remains painfully vulnerable. The mainstream media Breaches to our fourth estate came long before January. 6th. Of course. From the moment Trump entered the 2016 race. Endless oxygen was given to his racism and lies white supremacist regimes worthy of profiles, noting their haircuts and wardrobes or allowed NPR airtime to rank the intelligence of the races. The breach is continued as ex trump officials were allowed to profit from distorting the truth to the American people through TV analyst spots book deals in Harvard fellowships. So she's saying that at least a step panic. The Republican congressman from New York is white supremacist. And if you had a TV analyst spot after having worked in the Trump administration, that was white supremacy. If you had a book deal, Josh Holly is a white supremacist. Our media ushered all this through the door under the ages of balance, and presenting both sides is Karen at U of The Washington Post. As if racism and white supremacy were theoretical ideas to be debated, not life threatening forces to be defeated. Never would. I have imagined that I would say Biden scans on white supremacy is more progressive than the media's, But here we are. It took quite blood being spilled an elite lawmakers being threatened for other sectors to confront the need to forcefully guard against extremism. In the wake of the Capitol Insurrection, which left five dead corporations pulled support from GOP politicians who supported the assault. Okay. No GOP politicians supported the assault zero. You can't name them. Seriously. If you can name them, they should be prosecuted because that is a crime. Several capital officials resigned to Twitter kick to Trump Office platform. Apple and Google removed parlor, which has increasingly become a haven for extremism from their APP stores. But, says Karen Nancy, here's work, It's really good. The media still seems unwilling or unable to reform itself. There's been no major efforts as an industry to systemically to systematically examine the role we played in America's journey to the brink. Just this week, The New York Times devoted a podcast episode to the feelings of Trump supporters. See if you if you actually ask about what Trump supporters are feeling, you're devoting time to white supremacy. Barely a week after the siege. Political came under fire for allowing right wing personality Ben Shapiro guessed right, it's popular Playbook newsletter. Despite his history of racist and Islamophobic statements, Political editors Defendant plan forming Shapiro by putting on the rusty armory armor of both sides ism, noting they'd published MSNBC's Chris Hayes is a voice from the left. Political editor Matt Kaminski also said mischief making has always been a part of political secret sauce. After the past four years. He was startling to see a comment. So in the spirit of CBS chairman's Leslie Moonves, his mercenary 2016 assessment of Trump's campaign that it may not be good for America, but it's damn good for CBS has so little been learned. Media coddling of those who attack racial and religious minorities, not mistress making it is willful moral malpractice. I'm reminded that in this country, white people once gathered to watch the public lynching of black people and even made souvenir postcards of the event. I'm reminded that in America white racism against minorities is titillating, not disqualifying because it is profitable. And that is why I worry America will find itself. In this place again. So this means that we need to push uncompromising anti racism. We need to push everybody out of the media. We don't like I mean, this is what you say coming up more from The Washington Post. Karen at Yahoo just demonstrates full scale that when.

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:44 min | 11 months ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Libertarians Monday on the Chris Plante Show until rush wls am 8 90. Welcome back to the bench, Shapiro show. So Joe Biden In his inauguration speech, he listed off a bunch of crises, some rational crises like over 19, or economic situation and some or about how America is systemically racist and also how white supremacy is a real crisis facing the United States. Well, I think the white supremacists are evil. But by what you probably I don't think he just means the KKK Indio Nazis. So what is he talking about? Exactly The cry for racial justice. What is the racial justice? He's calling for the answer, of course. That he is calling for a new government run regime by the federal government. But here's the thing When Joe Biden says white supremacy, he doesn't actually mean members of the KKK. He doesn't actually mean members of white supremacist groups he means broadly written with the left has been claiming white supremacy means which is Any element of conservatism is white supremacy. If you voted for Trump, it's because of white supremacy. If you believe that the government should not be a fundamental part of your life, it's because of white supremacy. White supremacy is anything and everything that opposes that the left agenda according to the left, right, That's why they've been using the term white supremacy because they completely ran out of steam with the term racist. It was thrown around so much that it lost all meaning. So now they've moved over into white supremacy. No normally what white supremacy means is that you believe is the term would suggest that white people are superior to other people write their supreme white supremacy. But not a lot of Americans actually believe that because it's dumb, and it's ridiculous. So instead, white supremacy has been expanded to include virtually everyone you don't like. Everyone is a white supremacist. This is where things start to get really dicey. It's why definitions of words matter. Here is an example of what the left means. When they say white supremacy. They don't actually white supremacy. They just mean you disagree. And this is why. When Joe Biden says he's going to target white supremacy and the rise of white supremacy, unless he's very clear that what he means by the rise of white supremacy is the rise of actual Nazi groups. The rise of the KKK. The kind of people the FBI arrested a white supremacist for planning to murder me and my family. Not a couple of years ago, right? Not a fan. Terrible, terrible people. I don't think that's what the left means. Here's the evidence. This is not what they mean. So Karen Atta over at the Washington Post, who is a truly egregiously bad columnist. Every single column is basically the same. It's all about how America is. Is racist and evil and bigoted and all the restaurant so she has a piece it is titled The Media had a role to play in the rise of Trump. It's time to hold ourselves accountable, she says in his inaugural address by and spoke about a rising political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat. Laudable frankness about the threat of white supremacy surprise me, but I wish I could share his confidence about confronting and defeating it. She says. Since the capital siege of January, 6 the federal and local officials have been scrambling to fortify Washington and its institutions against the threat of white supremacy and violence. But one national institution remains painfully vulnerable. The mainstream media Breaches to our fourth estate came long before January. 6th. Of course. From the moment Trump entered the 2016 race. Endless oxygen was given to his racism and lies white supremacist regimes worthy of profiles, noting their haircuts and wardrobes or allowed NPR airtime to rank the intelligence of the races. The breach is continued as ex trump officials were allowed to profit from distorting the truth to the American people through TV analyst spots book deals in Harvard fellowships. So she's saying that at least a step panic. The Republican congressman from New York is white supremacist. And if you had a TV analyst, five after having worked in the Trump administration that was white supremacy if he had a book deal, Josh Holly is a white supremacist. Our media ushered all this through the door under the ages of balance, and presenting both sides is Karen. As yet of The Washington Post, as if racism and white supremacy were theoretical ideas to be debated, not life threatening forces to be defeated. Never would. I have imagined that I would say Biden scans on white supremacy is more progressive than the media's. But here we are. It took white blood being spilled an elite lawmakers being threatened for other sectors to confront the need to forcefully guard against extremism. In the wake of the Capitol Insurrection, which left five dead corporations pulled support from GOP politicians who supported the assault. Okay. No GOP politicians supported the assault zero. You can't name them. Seriously. If you can name them, they should be prosecuted because that is a crime. Several capital officials resigned to Twitter kick to Trump Office platform. Apple and Google removed parlor, which has increasingly become a haven for extremism from their APP stores. But, says Karen Nancy, here's work, It's really good. The media still seems unwilling or unable to reform itself. There's been no major efforts as an industry to systemically to systematically examine the role we played in America's journey to the brink. Just this week, The New York Times devoted a podcast episode to the feelings of Trump supporters. See if you if you actually ask about what Trump supporters are feeling, you're devoting time to white supremacy. Nearly a week after the siege. Political came under fire for allowing right wing personality Ben Shapiro guessed right, it's popular Playbook newsletter. Despite his history of racist and Islamophobic statements, Political editors Defendant plan forming Shapiro by putting on the rusty armory armor of both sides ism, noting they had published MSNBC's Chris Hayes is a voice from the left. Political editor Matt Kaminski also said mischief making has always been a part of political secret sauce. After the past four years. He was startling to see a comment. So in the spirit of CBS chairman's Leslie Moonves, his mercenary 2016 assessment of Trump's campaign that it may not be good for America, but it's damn good for CBS has so little been learned. Media coddling of those who attack racial and religious minorities, not mistress making it is willful moral malpractice. I'm reminded that in this country, white people once gathered to watch the public lynching of black people and even made souvenir postcards of the event. I'm reminded that in America white racism against minorities is titillating, not disqualifying because it is profitable. And that is why I worry America will find itself. In this place again. So this means that we need to push uncompromising anti racism. We need to push everybody out of the media We don't like I mean, this is what you say, coming up more from The Washington Post. Karen Atta, who just demonstrates full.

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on 790 KABC

"To the bench Apparel show. So Joe Biden In his inauguration speech, he listed off a bunch of crises, some rational crises like over 19, or the economic situation and some or about how America is systemically racist and also how white supremacy is a real crisis facing the United States Well, I think the white supremacists are evil, but by white supremacy. I don't think he just means the KKK in neo Nazis. So what is he talking about? Exactly The cry for racial justice. What is the racial justice? He's calling for the answer, of course. Is that he is calling for a new government run regime. That sees any inequality as inequity and sees any inequality as systemic in nature that if black people earn less than white people, that is definitely attributable to a system and that means that the system of the United States Must be changed and rights must be violated. Individual rights must be violated Your economic rights of freedom of association right your contractual rights. All of those have been violated by the federal government. But here's the thing When Joe Biden says white supremacy, he doesn't actually mean members of the KKK. He doesn't actually mean members of white supremacist groups he means broadly written with the left has been claiming white supremacy means which is Any element of conservatism is white supremacy. If you voted for Trump, it's because of white supremacy. If you believe that the government should not be a fundamental part of your life, it's because of white supremacy. White supremacy is anything in everything that opposes the left agenda, according to the left, Right. That's why they've been using the term white supremacy because they completely ran out of steam with the term racist. It was thrown around so much that lost all meaning. So now they've moved over into white supremacy. No, normally what, What she promised you means is that you believe is the term would suggest that white people are superior to other people write their supreme white supremacy. But not a lot of Americans actually believe that because it's dumb, and it's ridiculous. So instead, white supremacy has been expanded to include virtually everyone you don't like. Everyone is a white supremacist. This is where things start to get really disease. Why definitions of words matter? Here is an example of what the left means. When they say white supremacy. They don't actually in white supremacy. They just mean you disagree. This is why, when Joe Biden says he's going to target white supremacy and the rise of white supremacy Unless he's very clear that what he means by the rise of white supremacy is the rise of actual Nazi groups. The rise of the KKK, right kind of people. The FBI arrested a white supremacist for planning to murder me and my family. Not a couple of years ago, right? Not a fan. Terrible, terrible people. I don't think that's what the left means. Here's the evidence is not what they mean. So Karen Atta over at the Washington Post, who is a truly egregiously bad columnist. Every single column is basically the same. Intel about how America is is racist and evil and bigoted and all the restaurant so she has a piece. Today it is titled The Media had a role to play in the Rise of Trump. It's time to hold ourselves accountable. She says. In his inaugural address, Biden spoke about a rise of political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront, and we will defeat the waterfall. Frankness about the threat of white supremacy surprise me, but I wish I could share his confidence about confronting and defeating it. She says. Since the capital siege of January, 6th federal and local officials have been scrambling to fortify Washington and its institutions against the threat of white supremacy and violence. But one national institution remains painfully vulnerable. The mainstream media Breaches to our fourth estate came long before January. 6th. Of course. From the moment Trump entered the 2016 race. Endless oxygen was given to his racism and lies white supremacist regimes worthy of profiles, noting their haircuts and wardrobes or allowed NPR Air times rank the intelligence of the races. The breach is continued as ex trump officials were allowed to profit from distorting the truth to the American people through TV analyst spots book deals in Harvard fellowships. So she's saying that at least a step panic. The Republican congressman from New York is white supremacist. And if you had a TV analysts thought after having worked in the Trump administration that was white supremacy. If you had a book deal, Josh Holly is a white supremacist. Our media ushered all this through the door under the ages of balance, and presenting both sides is Karen at U of The Washington Post, as if racism and white supremacy were theoretical ideas to be debated, not life threatening forces to be defeated. Never would. I have imagined that I would say Biden Skins on white supremacy is more progressive than the media's. But here we are. It took quite blood being spilled an elite lawmakers being threatened for other sectors to confront the need to forcefully guard against extremism. In the wake of the Capitol insurrection, which left five dead corporations pulled support from GOP politicians who supported the assault. Okay. No GOP politicians supported the assault zero. You can't name them. Seriously. If you can name them, they should be prosecuted because that is a crime. Several capital officials resigned to Twitter kick to Trump Office platform. Apple and Google removed parlor, which has increasingly become a haven for extremism from their APP stores. But, says Karen Nancy, here's work, It's really good. The media still seems unwilling or unable to reform itself. Have been no major efforts as an industry to systemically to systematically examine the role we played in America's journey to the brink. Just this week, The New York Times devoted a podcast episode to the feelings of Trump supporters. See if you if you actually ask about what Trump supporters are feeling, you're devoting time to white supremacy. Early a week after the siege. Political came under fire for allowing right wing personality Ben Shapiro guessed right, it's popular Playbook newsletter. Despite his history of racist and Islamophobic statements, Political editors Defendant plan forming Shapiro by putting on the rusty armory armor of both sides ism, noting they had published MSNBC's Chris Hayes is a voice from the left. Political editor Matt Kaminski also said mischief making has always been a part of political secret sauce. After the past four years. He was startling to see a comment. So in the spirit of CBS chairman's Leslie Moonves, his mercenary 2016 assessment of Trump's campaign that it may not be good for America. But it's damn good for CBS has so little been learned Media coddling of those who attack racial and religious minorities, not mistress making it is willful moral malpractice. Reminded that in this country, white people once gathered to watch the public lynching of black people and even made souvenir postcards of the events. I'm reminded that in America white racism against minorities is titillating, not disqualifying because it is profitable. And that is why I worry America will find itself in this place again. So this means that we need to push uncompromising anti racism. We need to push everybody out of the media. We don't like I mean, this is what you say coming up more from The Washington Post. Karen at Yahoo just.

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Film mogul Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault the office now has to decide whether to move forward with prosecution district attorney Jackie Lacey created a task force more than two years ago to handle the surge and sexual misconduct allegations against entertainment figures after the accusations against one scene watch the me too movement no charges have yet been filed against the twenty two men including Weinstein actor Kevin Spacey director James Toback and former CBS CEO Leslie Moonves dozens of women including actresses Gwyneth Paltrow Angelina Jolie Lupita at night young and Ashley Judd have accused one scene of sexual harassment Wall actress Asia Argento rose McAllen and others have accused the Oscar winner of raping that Weinstein is scheduled to stand trial January sixth in New York on charges he raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in two thousand thirteen the college football national championship game is now set as Clemson who was down early in the game came back to beat number two Ohio state twenty nine to twenty three and the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl Heisman Trophy winner Joe burrows set a record with eight touchdown passes as number one LSU with Oklahoma sixty three twenty eight in the chick fillet peach bowl the national championship will be Monday January thirteenth at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans for USA radio news I'm John hi happening to you every night one is yours any other can't it seems like there's no and but now there's.

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

13:48 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That with Joe Biden let's go back to cut ten from the bite in press conference go right ahead we believe in freedom of religion that's why end of the Muslim man we believe in free speech that's all in the gag rule the global gag dreads money from getting and NGOs we would talk about family planning we believe in the power of free press that's well return immediately the daily press briefings in the White House the state department and the defense department now that's not particularly tough since they work hand in glove since it is the Pretoria guard Democrat party media so big deal but trump actually provides the media more access to him then Obama ever did and then Biden ever did even now Biden's been deal is is under the control of handlers because he's such a more they want to stick to a script trump has no script he has no script it's remarkable and he'll go out before it gets on the helicopter or whatever it is in a car and he will go up to the press and he will talk to them the reason he doesn't have a formal press conference anymore is because it Jim Acosta because the cost was dip disrupting these these press conferences and the ability to actually have press interaction with the present the United States president says okay I'll go to the press rather than the press come into the into the so called a press conference room I'll deal with that way so they've had more access to him than they ever had to open a member bomb I would go for it for ever without a president when he did maybe get three questions because he would purposely filibuster and lecture and calm the sent you learn nothing from an Obama press conference any was never interrupted never he treated with respect unlike trump who's never treated with respect and never has been by this so called free press so I just wanted to underscore the point as a Biden slurs his way through another speech they're not for freedom of religion there is no Muslim ban tell why they're not for freedom of speech they barely ever talk about the activities going on on our college campuses among other places I'd love nothing more than a gag talk radio in the gag the fox news channel it's a funny thing we hear on and on and on and I pointed out of my book on and on and on trump's attack on the press and there's many points to be made about that which I make and yet when they attacked the fox news channel the people who attacked the fox news channel I never ever said to be anti press I never ever said to be like dictators because that's okay because fox is the one place that does not throw in with the rest of the media now some other hosts do and certainly some other guests do but as it but as an institution it doesn't let's get back to the substance story there is something that has been bother naming many things obviously but from a prosecutorial perspective where was the state prosecutor where was the state prosecutor you know this Palm Beach community I don't live in the Palm Beach community but this Palm Beach community is a very tight knit community very liberal very Democrat very rich it's like the Hollywood in the east coast they like their expensive cars they're expensive homes are expensive clothes the expensive restaurants that's fine by me because they don't like it if the rest of us achieve that level but you know you understand and certainly not everybody in Palm Beach but it's overwhelmingly liberal overwhelmingly Democrat and everybody seems to know everybody their politicians are Democrat their media Democrat the prosecutors their state attorneys Democrats as was this state prosecutor Democrats I don't pretend to know all the facts we just don't know all the facts we know this guy I've seen is a disgusting sub human that much we know but when I say we don't know all the facts what I don't understand is why the state prosecutor was so passive why would the state prosecutor be so passive are the media going to dig into this and I can ask him are they gonna drag him out of mothballs and dust them off and introduce them to the American people I understand the pursuing a custom do is you will I can't stop them anyway not that I should I'm not a special pleader for the guy but I'd like to know more about the state prosecutor what's his explanation now he's challenging across the store that's fine but I want to know about him about his office about their recommendations about his dealings with abstain and abstains lawyer I don't know a damn thing about any of that do you why not even the media trying to turn this into a Republican thing with the cost that they're trying to drag drop in here it's disgusting if the cost of what it costs to did was wrong and I'm no great fan of his or what he did let me just say that up front then he goes and I'm sure and I don't know for a fact but I'm sure the president feels the same way presents a man of integrity but why is there almost no focus on the state prosecutor since these are largely state claims Hollywood story Jeffrey Epstein move freely and Hollywood circles even after twenty oh eight conviction by Tatiana Siegel Emery said Guthrie Seaton no longer does one reporter write a story the billionaire arrested July six for sex trafficking of minors attended high profile events like the Batman versus Superman premiere and frequented Oscar season parties even as the need to move it took down other powerful figures this is the left it's incredible this is like the idiot Schumer going to the Senate floor trying to drag the president into this this outrageous scandal when he himself has taken thousands and thousands of dollars for maps first campaigns it's it's it's it's sickening on March twenty twenty sixteen guess at Warner brothers Batman versus Superman dawn of justice Primera New York began whispering about one man mingling along with the A. list crowd now it wasn't the film's Ben Affleck there Henry could they'll or Affleck's hawking bodyguard who almost knocked over the studios former marketing head sue Kroll is the V. P. area became too crowded this surprised look train to Jeffrey actually who is being introduced to guess by New York society don yeah a Peggy Siegal when a Warner's executive was asked at the time how highly recognizable level three registered sex offender landed the hottest ticket in town the executive offered no comment as I've seen still I six arrests for sex trafficking of minors in New York and Florida dominates headlines news outlets are focused on the billion is ties to powerful government officials including presidents trump and Clinton spoke ties to trump I mean Clinton is all over this thing dozens of flights with this guy equally troubling or EBS teams long cultivated relationships within the Hollywood and New York media circles we move with these well after his high profile twenty a conviction for soliciting prostitution from girls as young as fourteen after serving a thirty month sentence in a subsequent year of house arrest in Palm Beach Florida I have seen a late twenty ten hosted a dinner party in honor of his friend prince Andrew at the seventy first St mansion in New York listen to this among the fifteen to twenty guests the New York Post reported the timer Katie Couric Charlie Rose what he Alan Chelsea handler and George Stephanopoulos hello hello hello by the way not a Republican among them but Katie Couric Charlie Rose Woody Allen Chelsea handler and George Stephanopoulos a source close to curry tells The Hollywood Reporter was your first and last encounter with interesting well magic lasagna was served NXT let his guests on a tour of the house he was wearing jeans and a velvet stubs and wounds and slippers multiple sources say the event was organized by Siegel presented as an opportunity to meet the prince the largest single family dwelling in New York City given that it was less than two months after Kate Middleton and prince William's engagement interest in the world's was running high multiple guess who now declined to speak on the record noted the optics of attending such an event did not raise an eyebrow part because the invite came from Siegel Peggy Siegal New York society she declined comment even the post need to era abstain sixty six frequently attended industry events like the Gotham awards in November twenty seventeen the minute climate with figures including Harvey Weinstein in CBS's Leslie Moonves this instantly become persona non grata for alleged misconduct Epstein to be convicted and he still enjoyed film world access as you travel behind the velvet rope with these his alleged co conspirator joseline Maxwell was also embraced the time of abstinence conviction Maxwell was not charged thanks to a highly controversial non prosecution agreement now by the way let me stop here there is a guy running for governor of Mississippi I know nothing about this guy but I just saw something on TV and it is something that's apparently very provocative and controversial news reporter who wanted to ride with him throughout the day while he was campaigning a very attractive reporter this gentleman is religious he's married and he said he and his wife took a vow long time ago that they will not be for any significant period of time alone with somebody of the opposite sex Terry said no you can't drive around with me for fifteen sixteen seventeen hours alone perhaps you can bring somebody he's being vilified all over TV and all over the media how could you reject a reporter who happens to be female is that not sexist is that what he did ladies and gentleman no that's not what he did he said he doesn't want to be in the same car with an individual the opposite sex what what what would effectively be all day long doing the work day I mean what if there's an accusation against he's being vilified yet look what takes place by the liberals in Hollywood in New York in these high society circles look what I'm reading here from The Hollywood Reporter too bad Hollywood and New York in the rest of them aren't more like this guy from Mississippi I feel exactly like he does you wouldn't find me in a car sixteen seventeen hours what a woman is not my wife driving around campaigning and so forth and I'm sure my why haven't even talk to my wife I'm sure she would agree with me because she doesn't trust me because it's not proper please it's not to me all right I'll finish the story when I return van mark Levin show on WC BM software dot com Mike Capps I begin paying employees in nineteen eighty eight I.

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Checking in on the broadcast TV upfronts in the age of streaming

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04:44 min | 2 years ago

Checking in on the broadcast TV upfronts in the age of streaming

"I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt the affronts, or in New York have been going on in New York. This is when advertisers are presented with various networks fall programming. It's, it's such an artifact in a way, you know, I used to go every year, it used to be this huge deal. What are the new shows? What are they going to be? And I'm not the only reporter I've seen on Twitter other reporters who cover TV talking about how now it just feels so so much like the certainly the broadcast networks, fall schedules are, are just this kind of diminished thing, obviously, the ratings have been drifting, drifting downward, there's still a ton of money that changes hands as a result of these presentations. But the nature of the presentations, was really different this year. Yeah. I mean you look at what Disney did they had a two hour presentation. And ABC was the very last almost an afterthought at the end. I mean these have essentially become brand plugs for these various channels network streaming services where everybody comes together in New York. And it's just a show essentially of what these content offerings are. And it's the time where all of these companies are desperately trying to create streaming services that people will pay for subscription based streaming services, and they kind of put that all aside for this week long presentation to add buyers where they say, no, no, no, what we really care about, is this twenty billion dollar ad business that they know is gigantic, but that is not the future of television. Yeah, I mean, the Disney one in particular was apparently so overwhelming. I thought that our colleague, Dan, Steinberg wrote a really hilarious. Article comparing it to a buffet at the golden chorale. Which I've never been to the golden corral for a buffet. But there were such there was so much presentation about ESPN and this and that and Disney. Plus I, you know, I think people felt like this kind of fog in a way coming out of it, because how do you even sort through it? And, and I have to say, I am looking at the cancellation of shows on various networks. I didn't even know where on in the first place. So, yes, the model is definitely changing, but the ad market is still there. It's not all doom and gloom people made a joke. You know, this is networks, circling, the drain, or writing the Titanic or pick your metaphor. But this is still a twenty billion dollar business. It is still the numbers are either flat or slightly going up because in this environment where there is so much brand pollution online with these digital networks YouTube. You don't know if you're at is going to run next to Nazi propaganda or inappropriate content. You have in television, a very safe environment still and people are willing to pay. For that. And increasingly they're paying more for that audience, because you can't find it. Elsewhere, even at diminished levels, there was some other news that came out of this, you know, Disney in the middle of it said, we are basically taking control of Hulu Comcast, eventually selling us their stake. It's a complicated deal. But going forward, Disney is running Hulu and that creates another place where Disney will stream content. And there was also kind of apparently attempts breakfast. You know, CBS has long had this bacon and egg breakfast is always one of the highlights of the up fronts, and Leslie Moonves used to come in chat up the reporters every year in the reporters always liked it because he was very personable and people had no idea of the kind of behavior. He had been alleged to have engaged in this year. Kelly, call took over, you know, he was a longtime person who has set the schedule in his now part of setting the, you know, picking up shows, and, you know, there were questions about bull, which is this show where the star, Michael Weatherly was alleged to have harassed? One of his female, his female co-star allies, a dish coup. She ended up being written out of the show. He asked about that. Kelly, call basically said, we think that Michael Weatherly learned from this experience, and I guess it got kind of tense on. I can understand why, you know, Steven Spielberg's Amblin has dropped it's up. It's piece of the show wants nothing to do with it at this point. You know, and you sort of say, okay, he learned a lesson. But meanwhile, she was still written out of the show and CBS. This comes with the culture at CBS that has seen repeated problems. The message to other stars on CBS if you're abusive all you have to do is apologize. We'll move on. Yeah. That seems a little bit lagging behind where we thought we were with the times up movement. Thank you, Matt, thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter he joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown.

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04:45 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown. Joining me Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt the up fronts in New York have been going on in New York. This is when advertisers are presented with various networks fall programming. It's such an artifact in a way I used to go every year. It used to be this huge deal. What are the new shows? What are they going to be? And I'm not the only reporter I've seen on Twitter other reporters who cover TV talking about how now it just feels so so much like the certainly the broadcast networks, fall schedules are just this kind of diminished thing, obviously, the ratings have been drifting, drifting downward, there's still a ton of money that changes hands as a result of these presentations. But the nature of the presentations, was really different this year. Yeah. I mean you look at what Disney did they had a two hour presentation in ABC was the very last almost an afterthought at the end. I mean these have essentially become brand plugs for these various channels network streaming services where everybody comes together in New York. And it's just a show essentially of what these content offerings are. And it's the time where all of these companies are desperately trying to create streaming services that people will pay for subscription based streaming services, and they kind of put that all aside for this week long presentation to add buyers where they say, no, no, no, what we really care about, is this twenty billion dollar ad business that they know is gigantic, but that is not the future of television. Yeah. I mean, the Disney one in particular was apparently so overwhelming. I thought that our colleague, Dan. Fienberg rota really hilarious. Article comparing it to a buffet at the golden chorale. Which I've never been to the golden corral for a buffet. But there were such there was so much presentation about ESPN and this and that and Disney. Plus I, you know, I think people felt like this kind of fog in a way coming out of it, because how do you even sort through it? And, and I have to say, I am looking at the cancellation of shows on various networks. I didn't even know where on in the first place, so, yes, the model is definitely changing, but the ad market is still there. It's not all doom and gloom people made a joke. This is networks, circling the drain, or writing the Titanic or pick your metaphor. But this is still a twenty billion dollar business. It is still the numbers are either flat or slightly going up because in this environment where there is so much brand pollution online with these digital networks YouTube. You don't know if you're going to run next to Nazi propaganda or inappropriate content. You have in television, a very safe environment still and people are willing to pay. Pay for that. And increasingly they're paying more for that audience. Because you can't find it. Elsewhere, even at diminished levels, there was some other news that came out of this, you know, Disney in the middle of it said, we are basically taking control of Hulu. Comcast is virtually selling their stake. It's a complicated deal. But going forward, Disney is running Hulu and that creates another place where Disney will stream content. And there was also kind of apparently attempts breakfast. You know, CBS has long had this bacon and egg breakfast is always one of the highlights of the up fronts, and Leslie Moonves used to come in chat up the reporters every year in the reporters always liked it because he was very personable and people had no idea of the kind of behavior. He had been alleged to have engaged in this Kelly. Call took over, you know, he was a longtime person who has set the schedule and is now part of setting picking up shows. And, you know there were questions about bowl, which is this show where the star, Michael Weatherly was alleged to have harassed. A one of his female female co-star, allies dish coup. She ended up being written out of the show. He asked about that. Kelly, call basically said, we think that Michael Weatherly learned from this experience, and I guess it got kind of tense and I can understand why, you know, Steven Spielberg's Amblin has dropped its, it's piece of the show wants nothing to do with it at this point. You know, and you sort of say, okay, he learned a lesson. But meanwhile, she was still written out of the show and CBS. This comes with the culture at CBS that has seen repeated problems. The message to other stars on CBS if you're abusive all you have to do is is, and we'll move on. Yeah. That seems a little bit lagging behind where we thought we were with time movement. Thank you, Matt. Thank you. That's not Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter he joins me this Monday at one thirty on the business. I'm Kim masters. And this is the Hollywood breakdown, and you.

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Abigail Disney calls out Disney CEO Robert Iger's astounding pay

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

05:28 min | 2 years ago

Abigail Disney calls out Disney CEO Robert Iger's astounding pay

"I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellany of the Hollywood reporter, and Matt I think some people at the Walt Disney company in the upper echelons or having a breakdown Abigail Disney whose grandfather was Walt Disney's brother ROY has written an editorial following some earlier tweets calling out Disney CEO and chairman Bob Iger, four his astounding pay. He made sixty five million dollars in two thousand eighteen she points out that's one thousand four hundred and twenty four times the median pay of Disney worker, not the bottom rung the median pay. And you know, she is making a point that that is a bad, look, right, and immediacy ios have famously been paid much higher than their peers in the last couple of decades for many years, Leslie Moonves at CBS was the highest paid CEO corporate America this year. I'm betting David zaslov at discovery will likely be the highest paid CEO in America despite their stock. Doc, not doing so hot lately, but Disney is different. And it is a public facing company. Unlike any other has a relationship with people who go to the parks who see the movies who have a strong affinity for the brand. So the fact that Bob Eiger is making so much more money than the rank and file at Disney. Does mean something in does resonate. And we're seeing that in the media right now. Yeah, it's a Sarah symbol of income inequality. I'm old enough to remember. When begets father ROY who was waltz nephew led an insurrection against management at Disney and ended up ousting Michael Eisner, and you'd never seen anything like the magic of Disney name in that context. Mom and pop shareholders old people young people came to this shareholder meeting because they were fed up. Roy Disney had made the argument that you know, Michael Eisner had wreck the Disney magic. Now. This kind of a dark twist Disney hasn't really responded to this and Abigail. Disney tweeted yesterday. That she was getting some signals that Disney was looking for dirt on her. And I will note that Disney in the past banned the LA times for a period of time for reporting on its tax arrangements with Anaheim, which was a wild overreaction and would not stand. They came after the Hollywood reporter when we reported on John Lasseter claiming that we had four were forced to publish a correction, which did not happen as we pointed out in our story. This tends to be a little a little reactive in these situations. And they've put out some stats that show that they have raised the minimum wage at the parks, and they're doing things to lift up some of the lower level employees. But the point that Abigail Disney is making is that it's not just idir if the upper echelon executives at Disney were to forego some of their extremely high bonuses they could provide significantly meaningful compensation for the lower level at the company, and they just benefited from this. Massive tax decrease that the Trump administration past and instead of giving employees a one time bonus, which they did they could have raised wages. Yes. And I think they're not the only company in that situation. Thank you, Matt. Thank you, that's felony editorial director of the Hollywood. Reporter. He joins me this Monday at one thirty. I'm Kim masters, and this is the Hollywood break this season unless notes from KCRW how does it feel to be like a girl playing instrument is? Well, how's it feel to be a man asking the questions? I mean what? Had I said, no to this invitation from John Fahey, I would have for the rest of my life wondered what I had missed. We'll thinking about Billy Tipton at very interesting time because I don't know that young people and older people agree on the meaning of trans. I love you for the greatest, Sean. I love that. It is an unholy album made was holy methods. Hey, everyone. I'm just a hopper a music journalist and author and your host for season two of loss minutes. Unless notes relook at music's untold stories the season is packed. It's about legacies. How do they hold up? And how do they change over time disco say off the truly means beyond disco? Learn how decades on a song can find new meaning something different than when it was written. You feel like it's up defying women feel. Yeah. Now, fifty six, and it's freaking embarrassing embarrassing to seventeen years old. You can't just write it off as being settled. Here from pioneering women who've been written out of music's history. I get there and producer says, no, no, no, we're not doing your music. We have a script here. And we want you to do the sound. Plus find out what happens when we apply. Our twenty nineteen politics to nineteen seventy four songs, we didn't think about it as we were all band were out to the point. We just lived the music. The first episode of the season of loss notes arrives April twenty fifth. Subscribe now wherever you get your podcasts.

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

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03:12 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

"Singapore has seized more than twenty eight tonnes of pangolin scales. Over the past week. That's a global record that spurred calls for more protections for the animals, the scales were found in shipping containers and have been linked to four species of pangolins native to Africa officials found a record fourteen point two tonnes of the scales. Hidden among packets of frozen beef on April third five days later, they found fourteen more tons in four hundred seventy four bags in another. Container. The National Parks Board Singapore customs and the immigration and checkpoints of thirty said in a statement Wednesday that the cargo was declared as Cassius seats both shipments were en route from Nigeria to Vietnam. The pangolin is said to be the most widely traffic mammal in the world and its scales are in high demand in Asia for use in traditional Chinese medicine. The risk of being kidnapped or taken hostages being added to the travel advisories issued by the State Department AP correspondent Shelley atler reports. The State Department usually warns travelers about things like crime, civil unrest and potential for terrorism. But now they've added something new aka indicator for the potential to be kidnapped. It's been issued for thirty five countries. The new designation comes after the release of a California woman who had been held for a week after being kidnapped by gunmen in a national park in Uganda. Among the countries making the initial list, Afghanistan, Mexico, Lebanon Venezuela and Uganda shoving after Washington Sara Gilbert is leaving the daytime talk show she helped launch she announced Tuesday on CBS as the talk that she's decided to exit as a co host because she has a packed work and personal schedule Gilbert who produces and stars on ABC's, the Connor said her life was slightly out of balance. She wasn't spending enough time with her three children. She said lamenting she had yet. To make her four year olds baby book, there are also other producing an acting opportunities demanding her attention. She said she will finish out the current and ninth season of the talk and plans to return as a guest co host so far no replacements been named another co host Julie Chen left last fall following sexual misconduct allegations against her husband, former CBS chief executive, Leslie Moonves. I'm Rita Foley with ABC news at a historic April. Snow storm could dump two and a half feet of snow in parts of the nation's midsection road travels fouled up in areas from Colorado to Minnesota residents, Shannon. Douglas is ready for this to be over it feel like it's been a long winter. You know, ready for summer attorney general William bar is told a Senate panel he thinks the government spied on the Trump campaign president and his backers have long said the F B I unfairly targeted his campaign Bartels a Senate panel. He's going to look into the investigations origins. Though. He later tempered his spying remarks by saying he has no specific evidence of wrongdoing. Saga megani? Washington. The deadline passed yesterday. But the treasury department says it hasn't decided yet whether to comply with congressional demand for President Trump's tax returns new deadline now for Britain to leave the European Union. The European Union is giving Britain until October thirty first I'm Rita Foley. The AP digital news back in a moment. Thank.

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

"Weapons less than a month after shootings at two mosques left fifty people dead the Bill passed by a vote of one hundred nineteen to one in the house of representatives. It needs the approval of New Zealand's governor-general that's a formality before becoming law on Friday. Anyone who retained such a weapon after the law, formerly passes on Friday faces a penalty of two five years in prison. Sara Gilbert is leaving the daytime talk show she helped launch she announced Tuesday on CBS is the talk that she's decided to exit as a co host because she has a packed work and personal schedule Gilbert who produces and stars on ABC's, the Connor said her life was slightly out of balance. She wasn't spending enough time with her three children. She said lamenting she had yet to make her four year olds baby book, there are also other producing an acting opportunities demanding her attention. She said she will finish out the current and ninth season of the talk and plans to return as a guest co host so far no replacements been named another co host Julie Chen left last fall following sexual misconduct allegations against her husband, former CBS chief executive, Leslie Moonves. A foiled terror plot in a Dallas suburb ends with a guilty plea AP's. Walter Ratliff reports it's another case of homegrown terrorism. Suburban Dallas teenager has pleaded guilty to plotting his logic state group inspired mass shooting at North Texas mall. The eighteen year old was sentenced to two decades in prison for solicitation of capital murder and making terroristic threat, he was arrested last may for plotting to shoot civilians and police and a rampage. Authorities said he was timing to coincide with the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Then high school student had been recruiting others to participate in the shooting. He'll be eligible for parole after serving ten years. I Walter Ratliff. Investigating the investigators. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Attorney general William Barr told lawmakers today he's begun an investigation into whether proper procedure was followed at the start of the Russia investigation and the 2016 Trump campaign team, I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying did occur. He says he is still working to release much of the special counsel's report within about a week more news right after.

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AP News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

"Rides could help get people back into shopping malls AP. Correspondent Jackie Quinn says the idea is to bring in the young and the Carlos Uber announces the start of a voucher program that allows companies like malls or chain restaurants to hand out free or discounted rides to customers. Researchers say retail traffic has declined two point three percent over the last two years in part because younger adults in big cities often don't have cars and don't get out to suburban malls. Uber's been testing the idea with hundreds of companies and various venues including concert promoter live nation. The Golden State Warriors basketball team and MGM resorts. I'm Jacky Quin. Sara Gilbert is leaving the daytime talk show she helped launch she announced Tuesday on CBS, the talk that she's decided to exit as a co host because she has a packed work and. Personal schedule Gilbert who produces and stars on ABC's. The Connor said her life was slightly out of balance. She wasn't spending enough time with her three children. She said lamenting she had yet to make her four year olds baby book, there are also other producing an acting opportunities demanding her attention. She said she will finish out the current and nine season of the talk and plans to return as a guest co host so far no replacements been named another co host Julie Chen left last fall following sexual misconduct allegations against her husband, former CBS chief executive, Leslie Moonves. A foiled terror plot in a Dallas suburb ends with a guilty. Plea a piece Walter Ratliff reports it's another case of homegrown terrorism. Suburban Dallas teenager has pleaded guilty to plotting his law state group inspired mass shooting at North Texas mall. The eighteen year old was sentenced to two decades in prison for solicitation of capital murder and making terroristic threat, he was arrested last may for plotting to shoot civilians and police and a rampage. Authorities said he was timing to coincide with the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Then high school student had been recruiting others to participate in the shooting. He'll be eligible for parole after serving ten years. I Walter Ratliff. Investigating the investigators. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Attorney general William Barr told lawmakers today he's begun an investigation into whether proper procedure was followed at the start of the Russia investigation and the twenty sixteen Trump campaign team, I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying did occur. He says he is still working to release much of the special counsel's report within about a week European Union leaders and Britain have agreed to allow another Brexit extension move to October thirty first giving more time for parliament to find the best possible solution. If you own a Ford f one fifty twenty fifteen through twenty nineteen model, you might be under recall. Our Mike have been reports. The automaker says the recalls to fix problems with engine block heater cables that can cause fires dealers are replacing them. Rough driving with heavy snow in south and North Dakota from a spring storm. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment. I'm ready to make my credits. Can I'm ready to take classes from.

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

"Gilbert is leaving the daytime talk show she helped launch she announced Tuesday on CBS as the talk that she's decided to exit as a co host because she has a packed work and personal schedule Gilbert who produces and stars on ABC's, the Connor said her life was slightly out of balance. She wasn't spending enough time with her three children. She said lamenting she had yet to make her four year olds baby book, there are also other producing an acting opportunities demanding her attention. She said. She will finish out the current and nine season of the talk and plans to return as a guest co host so far no replacements been named another co host Julie Chen left last fall following sexual misconduct allegations against her husband, former CBS chief executive, Leslie Moonves. Investigating the investigators. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Attorney general William Barr told lawmakers today he's begun an investigation into whether proper procedure was followed at the start of the Russia investigation and the 2016 Trump campaign team, I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying that occur. He says he is still working to release much of the special counsel's report within about a week European Union leaders and Britain have agreed to allow another Brexit extension moved to October thirty first giving more time for parliament to find the best possible solution. If you own a Ford f one fifty twenty fifteen through twenty nineteen model, you might be under recall. Our my have reports. The automaker says the recalls to fix problems with engine block heater cables that can cause fires dealers are replacing them. Rough driving with heavy snow in south and North Dakota from a spring storm. I'm Jacky Quin. More news right after this..

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AP News

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

"Has passed sweeping gun laws to outlaw military style. Weapons less than a month after shootings at two mosques left fifty people dead the Bill passed by a vote of one hundred nineteen to one in the house of representatives. It needs the approval of New Zealand's governor-general that's a formality before becoming law on Friday. Anyone who retained such a weapon after the law, formerly passes on Friday faces a penalty of two five years in prison. Sara Gilbert is leaving the daytime talk show she helped launch she announced Tuesday on CBS as the talk that she's decided to exit as a co host because she has a packed work and personal schedule Gilbert who produces and stars on ABC's, the Connor said her life was slightly out of balance. She wasn't spending enough time with her three children. She said lamenting she had yet to make her four year olds baby book, there are also other producing an acting opportunities demanding her attention. She said she will finish out the current and nine season of the talk and plans to return as a guest co host so far no replacements been named another co host Julie Chen left last fall following sexual misconduct allegations against her husband, former CBS chief executive, Leslie Moonves. Singapore has seized more than twenty eight tonnes of pangolin scales. Over the past week. That's a global record that spurred calls for more protections for the animals, the scales were found in shipping containers and have been linked to four species of pangolins native to Africa officials found a record fourteen point two tonnes of the scales. Hidden among packets of frozen beef on April third five days later, they found fourteen more tons in four hundred seventy four bags in another container. The national park sports investigating the investigators. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Attorney general William Barr told lawmakers today he's begun an investigation into whether proper procedure was followed at the start of the Russia investigation and the 2016 Trump campaign t I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying did occur. He says he is still working to release much of the special counsel's report within about a week European Union leaders and Britain have agreed to allow another Brexit extent. Move to October thirty first giving more time for parliament to find the best possible solution. If you own a Ford f one fifty twenty fifteen through twenty nineteen model, you might be under recall. Our my campaign reports. The automaker says the recalls to fix problems with engine block heater cables that can cause fires dealers are replacing them. Rough driving with heavy snow in south and North Dakota from a spring storm. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment..

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02:55 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

"Weapons less than a month after shootings at two mosques left fifty people dead the Bill passed by a vote of one hundred nineteen to one in the house of representatives. It needs the approval of New Zealand's governor-general that's a formality before becoming law on Friday. Anyone who retained such a weapon after the law, formerly passes on Friday faces a penalty of up to five years in prison. Sara Gilbert is leaving the daytime talk show she helped launch she announced Tuesday on CBS as the talk that she's decided to exit as a co host because she has a packed work and personal schedule Gilbert who produces and stars on ABC's, the Connor said her life was slightly out of balance. She wasn't spending enough time with her three children. She said lamenting she had yet to make her four year olds baby book, there are also other producing an acting opportunities demanding her attention. She said she will finish out the current and nine season of the talk and plans to return as a guest co host so far no replacements been named another co host Julie Chen left last fall following sexual misconduct allegations against her husband. Former CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves Singapore has seized more than twenty eight tonnes of pangolin scales. Over the past week. That's a global record that spurred calls for more protections for the animals, the scales were found in shipping containers and have been linked to four species of pangolins native to Africa officials found a record fourteen point two tonnes of the scales. Hit. Among packets of frozen beef on April third five days later, they found fourteen more tons in four hundred seventy four bags in another container the national park sports, Singapore customs and the immigration and checkpoints of thority said in a statement Wednesday that the cargo was declared as Cassius seats both shipments were en route from Nigeria to Vietnam. The pangolin is said to be the most widely traffic mammal in the world and its scales are in high demand in Asia for use in traditional Chinese medicine. Investigating the investigators. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Attorney general William Barr told lawmakers today he's begun an investigation into whether proper procedure was followed at the start of the Russia investigation and the twenty sixteen Trump campaign team, I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying did occur. He says he is still working to release much of the special counsel's report within about a week European Union leaders and Britain have agreed to allow another Brexit extension moved to Tober thirty first giving more time for parliament to find the best possible solution. If you own a Ford f one fifty twenty fifteen through twenty nineteen model, you might be under recall. Our my campaign reports. The automaker says the recalls to fix problems with engine block heater cables that can cause fires dealers are replacing them. Rough driving with heavy snow in south and North Dakota from a spring storm. I'm Jacky Quin. AP digital news back in a moment..

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

"Single item at regular price misrepresenting, the immigration policy that forced migrant kids away from their parents at the border AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani has an AP fact, John I'm the one that stopped what the president stopped or at least suspended were family separations that spiked because of his own zero tolerance policy were all adults caught crossing illegally prosecuted, meaning they were separated from their kids. He's blaming his predecessor for the separations resident Obama had to low. We changed the law, and I think depression, accurately report it, but of course, they won't because it's not true both administrations operated under the same immigration laws. Trump did not achieve any change in the law. He simply reversed his own policy. Saga megani at the White House. Sara Gilbert is leaving the daytime talk show she helped launch she announced Tuesday on CBS the talk that she's decided to exit as a co host because she has a packed work and personal schedule Gilbert who produces and stars on ABC's, the Connor said her life was slightly out of balance. She wasn't spending enough time with her three children. She said lamenting she had yet to make her four year olds baby book, there are also other producing an acting opportunities demanding her attention. She said she will finish out the current and nine season of the talk and plans to return as a guest co host so far no replacements been named another co host Julie Chen left last fall following sexual misconduct allegations against her husband, former CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves, Charles van Doren who as a dashing young academic rose and fell as a corrupt game show contestant in the nineteen fifties. Inspiring the movie quiz show has died. He was ninety three. Then Dorin died of natural causes Tuesday at a care center for the elderly in Canaan, Connecticut van Dorn was the central figure in the TV game show sketch. Handles of the late fifties. And eventually pleaded guilty to perjury for lying to a grand jury that investigated them he made fourteen electrifying appearances on twenty one in late nineteen fifty six in early nineteen fifty seven beating thirteen competitors. And winning a then record one hundred twenty nine thousand dollars because the show producers provided him with the answers following the quiz show scandal. He also wrote and published several books, including the top selling how to read a book along with Mortimer Adler, also the joy of reading and a history of knowledge past present and future..

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on AP News

"Every purchase era. Gilbert is leaving. The daytime talk show she helped launch she announced Tuesday on CBS as the talk that she's decided to exit as a co host because she has a packed work and personal schedule Gilbert who produces and stars on ABC's, the Connor said her life was slightly out of balance. She wasn't spending enough time with her three children. She said lamenting she had yet to make her four year olds baby book, there are also other producing an acting opportunities demanding her attention. She said she will finish out the current and nine season of the and plans to return as a guest co host so far no replacements been named another co host Julie Chen left last fall following sexual misconduct allegations against her husband, former CBS chief executive, Leslie Moonves. Netflix is launching its first audio venture. It'll feature the video streaming services comedy programming on Sirius XM, satellite radio both companies on Wednesday announced the channel which will be called. Netflix is a joke radio which will feature highlights from popular comedians like Chris rock, Dave Chapelle, Ricky surveys, Sarah Silverman. Jerry, Seinfeld and Wanda sikes. It'll also feature segments from future stand up specials and clips from flicks is comedy talk shows. The channel plans to introduce a daily show featuring celebrity guests and comedians the programming launch on Sirius XM next week. President Trump is again misrepresenting the immigration policy that forced migrant kids away from their parents at the border AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani has an AP fact, John I'm the one that stopped what the president stopped or at least suspended were family separations that spiked because of his own zero tolerance policy where all adults caught crossing illegally were prosecuted. Meaning they were separated from their kids. He's blaming his predecessor for the separations President Obama had to low we changed the law, and I think depression, accurately report it, but of course, they won't be because it's not true both administrations operated under the same immigration laws. Trump did not achieve any change in the law. He simply reversed his own policy. Saga megani at the White House. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue now that the Muller Russia investigation is over the Trump administration is focusing on the work of the Muller team. Here's the saga megani. Attorney general William bar.

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:57 min | 3 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on KGO 810

"Glenn democratic values are under attack around the globe. When authorities terrorism is on the March when nuclear proliferation is on the rise when we have foreign powers infecting the White House like malware. That again was Kamla Harris in Oakland today her hometown where she announced her candidacy. My guest is Jeff Cohen, and Jeff is the co founder of routes action dot ORG. He is also the founder of the media watch group, fair fairness and accuracy in reporting. He co authored two autopsy reports on the Democratic Party, and when he himself left mainstream TV news more than a decade ago. He wrote the book cable news, confidential, my misadventures in corporate media. It's a great read. If you haven't read it, I suggest you get a copy, so Jeff we've been talking about today's Democratic Party, some of our frustrations. But then some of the great thing some of the real activism that has risen up. But what about the DNC the DNC doesn't seem to give a whit about voters? So how does it progressive democrat defeat the DNC who's not progressive or must the DNC be changed early? Yeah. The Democratic National Committee needs to be revamped and overhauled the leadership needs to change same thing at the democratic congressional campaign committee. I mean, there is about going on within the Democratic Party between progressives that represent young people and people of color and the establishment wing that's often very much in line with the donor class the corporate donor class, and if you're if you still rely on corporate donations to be elected, you are not going to be the kind of progressive populist democrat that can defeat the right wing. So that's that's the battle. That's been going on. And we did win roots action dot Oregon our revolution. And a bunch of other groups were part of a victory where we force the Democratic National Committee to end the voting power of super delegates. They were the ones that. Yeah. They played such a huge role in. Hillary Clinton's defeat of Bernie Sanders in the democratic primaries. But there were a lot of progressive activists that went into the Democratic National Committee to fight them and the DNC relented and now the voting power of super delegates has been virtually eliminated for twenty twenty. Yeah. Well, that's really good one of the things that was also in Fahrenheit eleven nine. They showed at the convention all of these states that got up and gave their support gave their delegates to Hillary Clinton. And then the they had whatever the words over it would show that that state's voters actually supported Bernie Sanders. That was so frustrated. I mean, I think I my assumption is that Bernie Sanders to enter the race within a couple of weeks, and he would be my candidate. I would be very supportive of just because as you say, he's got that authenticity. You don't have to question. Whether he's gonna fight for these policies, if he's president because he's been fighting for those policies as a member of congress and a member of the Senate, but it's gonna be interesting to watch all the other candidates in this twenty five candidates circus. But as you say there will be some that say there for Medicare for all Bernie's been fighting for it for decades. There will be people saying they want to lift the minimum wage to fifteen dollars across the country. But Bernie spent fighting for that his whole his whole life or cutting the military budget to make room for all of those billions of dollars to go to human needs and free college education. Of course, there's nothing more popular than free public college. And raising the minimum wage cutting the taxes on the middle class and raising the taxes on the wealthy again in democratic autopsy dot org, we were a bunch of progressive writers, and researchers we did the polling data the some of these things are majority popular with Republicans. They're certainly popular with independent voters to so-called swing voters. So that progressive populist agenda is is really crucial and today. Tombola Harris said she was for Medicare for all. But she just doesn't have the track record of fighting against the democratic establishment, which which has prevented Medicare for all even in California prevented single payer from getting out of the committee. You know to be. So they didn't know that. And that coach turns my stomach, but tell us a little bit about the DNC. What were some of the dirty tricks that they played on Bernie? Well, the main thing was that their bylaws their charter of the Democratic National Committee says they didn't primary they have to stay neutral. And we know that they were doing funny me where they were basically spending money and hiring people based on what the Hillary Clinton campaign wanted. And they were doing that. When there was still a primary campaign between a contest between her and Bernie Sanders. It completely violated their charter, and then Donna Brazile who had been the head of the Democratic National Committee. She wrote an expose about how the DMC was basically a shell. She blamed both Obama and Hillary Clinton was basically a shell. And during the primary battle, basically, Hillary Clinton campaign was calling. The shots. Right. They were supposed to be equal, Donna Brazile. I don't I don't think that she's back on the cable news stations as some sort of analysts. It just turns my stomach because she was a turncoat to she was closely. A man CNN got they took her off the air because it was shown she sort of Donna Brazile had to admit that during the primary, and this is part of the corruption at the Democratic National Committee. She got questions that we're going to be asked in the debate between Bernie and Hillary and she turned them over to the Hillary campaign. And that's when CNN took her off the air. Hey, let me get a call from one of our listeners here. Jeff, this is John. He's calling from San Jose, John. Welcome to Keiji. Oh, you're on the air with Jeff Cohen. Go ahead. Thank you very much. Appreciate the opportunity. I just wanted to say that the progressive wing of the Democratic Party. Just scares the bejesus out of me, I consider President Obama part of that progressive wing. And when he was in power he allowed the IRS to become weaponized through Lois Lerner to selectively go after conservative groups, he went after James Rosen and he legally wiretapped reporters going after our first amendment rights. So I think that the democratic wing or the Progressive Party is very Machiavelli and extremely the ends justify the means their stands on abortion into the ninth month. They're fiscal policies. I could go down there list. It's just they they really very much scare me in terms of to come in power again. Ron right with with Donna Brazile on how he acted and how she was sixteen the primaries towards the straight. Away from the progressive wing. If I could respond real quick if people read democratic autopsy dot org, they'll see that. Progressives were very critical of Obama the movie you mentioned that is so important Fahrenheit eleven nine shows how Bama let people down African Americans in Flint is a horrible just broke. My it's a horrible role that he played he's not seen as progressive by the progressive wing. In fact, I think that the bailing out of Wall Street while refusing to bail out middle class homeowners that we're losing their homes with the needed foreclosure freeze, and and and so much that could have been done for working class people in the wake of the great recession of two thousand seven eight that Obama did not do we believe is why Donald Trump one besides Hillary Clinton being weak and candidate. I mean during the eight years of Obama Democrats lost more than a thousand state legislative seats across the country. So it's our feeling that if you get into office, and you know, you can preach hope for change, whatever to get elected. But if you're an office, you don't take the levers of government, it put it on the side of the middle class in the working class and the poor then some right wing charlatan pretending to be a populist and Trump doesn't give a damn about poor people are working class people. Then you you become very weak when you're competing against the right wing charlatan. And and we believe that vacillation incremental ISM helping the rich and corporations and hoping it'll trickle down that's a recipe for failure. If you're a democratic officeholder, and I'm hoping this new wave this young wave of congress member Democratic Congress member will show that if you stand on the side of. Of the majority of the people against the one percent. It's a recipe for not only winning reelection. But actually implementing policies that really helps the majority of the country. Jeff, I we're running out of time here we actually are out of time. I'm going late. But I do want to ask you something important. And that is you were part of the corporate news structure, you were part of the cable system. They played an enormous role in getting Donald Trump elected. It's not the liked him. But they gave him every bit of attention. They ignored Bernie Sanders. What role are they going to play in the upcoming election and political? Yeah. I wrote an article about their quite recently. You can find it at Jeff Cohen, walk one word Jeff Cohen dot org. And I there's there's so few progressives your last caller, John from San Jose has no idea what a progressive democrat is. And it may be because he watches cable news. But you know, cable news has all these establishment corporate democratic pundits. Like, they had Donna Brazile. And they had they have some every day. And they don't have progressive democratic pundits. And that's I believe because of the corporate ownership of of media, and you are right in twenty sixteen and twenty fifteen which is even more important cable news, both the liberal channels so-called, liberal channels MSNBC and CNN they had policies of all Trump all the time if he was going to podium, it was breaking news. And he got his fifteen minutes of free time. Podium until he came there. That was also in the movie, you know, thirty minutes that they showed the empty podium always going to be there at any second. It was it was a stunning. Yeah. Oh, yeah. But again, if they made it impossible for any Republican to get any any chance against Trump when they were covering Trump more than all other Republicans combined and on a station like ABC their world news tonight, you know, during an eleven month period in two twenty fifteen they covered Donald Trump eighty minutes, and they covered Bernie Sanders. One third of one minute. It was a two hundred forty two one ratio. So again, there's it's not rocket science to do media criticism about our corporate owned media. You can just count the minutes, and I do blame CNN and MSNBC they were promoting Trump when they'd have him on for fifteen minutes, and then maybe do. Three minutes of fact, checking they were helping him get that nomination. And I don't know if maybe it's buyer's remorse that they're now anti-trump, but they sure helped him win. Yeah. They did. And one of the CNN executives even said that during the campaign that their coverage may not be good for America. But it was sure good. No. That was see that was CBS that was Leslie Moonves on two different occasions talking about how yes, it's not great for may not be great for the country. But it's great for CBS because the money is rolling in and the money was rolling into CNN and MSNBC when they went all Trump all the time. It was good for their bottom line..

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"leslie moonves" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"leslie moonves" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"And. With what's news? I'm Charlie Turner in New York at the Wall Street Journal. We'll talk about a Wall Street Journal report detailing how former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen paid an IT firm to rig polls and Donald Trump's favor ahead of the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. I hear some headlines at a press conference Thursday house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the house would reconvene next week to pass more legislation aimed at ending the partial government shutdown though, the talks between Democrats and the White House remained. Stalled President Trump, meanwhile, reiterated his insistence that the democratic controlled house provide funding for a wall on the southern border as a condition for ending the shutdown. Mrs Pelosi, California, Democrat reaffirmed her belief that Mr. Trump shouldn't deliver his state of the union address scheduled for January twenty ninth in the middle of shutdown citing security concerns. Mr. Trump responded by saying he's canceled an overseas trip by MRs Pelosi scheduled to begin today. The Wall Street. Journal says US trade officials are discussing ratcheting bacter- of on Chinese imports it seen as a way to give Beijing an incentive to make deeper concessions in resolving trade battle that has rattled markets and economies around the globe, the idea of lifting some or all tariffs was proposed by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin in a series of strategy meetings. According to sources, they say the aim is to advance trade talks and win China's support for longer term reforms, but Mr. Mnuchin faces resistance from US trade rep, Robert lighthizer who's concerned that any concession could be seen as a sign of weakness. The suggestion to east tariffs comes as the US and China seek to resolve their trade dispute ahead of a March first deadline at twelve o one AM the following day tariffs on two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods are scheduled to jump to twenty five percent from the current ten percent. The higher levies could batter US importers and further harm and already weakening Chinese economy. CBS says former CEO, Leslie Moonves is challenging the company's decision last month. To deny him a severance package of one hundred twenty million dollars a move that'll further prolong a month long drama at the network, Mr. Moonves who was forced to resign as chairman and chief executive amid accusations of sexual harassment and September was denied his severance after a CBS board investigation concluded that he had violated company policies breached his employment contract and intentionally fail to fully cooperate with the investigation. The terms of his exit agreement from CBS allow mister Mon vista challenge. The board's decision in arbitration coming up. The Wall Street Journal says Michael Cohen worked to rig online polls to favor Donald Trump..

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Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Boeing calling back retirees to fix 737 production snags

"Who say that he mistreated them. Les Moonves his wife of nearly fourteen years. Julie Chen absent from her seat on her CBS talk show talk. She somebody who I admire and respect greatly. And it's very embarrassing and upsetting to have to talk about a husband. But we do we feel. It's right. Her co host, Sharon Osborne. Addressing the elephant in the room

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Brett Winterble

01:01 min | 3 years ago

Baz, Jim Sharpe and CBS discussed on Brett Winterble

"TV host Julie Chen, the wife former CBS CEO, Leslie Moonves says she's taking time off from her. Daytime show the talk to spend time with her family this afternoon Baz was forced to step down after new allegations of sexual misconduct. CBS news hanadova reports moon Baz released a statement saying untrue allegations from decades ago are now being made against me that are not consistent with who. I am. I am deeply saddened to be leaving the company the resignation had led to a shakeup of

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Leslie Moonves departs as chief of CBS

Best of Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Leslie Moonves departs as chief of CBS

"CBS chief les Moonves says is out. That's what sources style Fox News after sexual misconduct claims revealed in New Yorker articles today and in July mambas will reportedly get a large financial settlement to exit the company. Does he just get a check which I'm told that is not going to be the case that there's gonna be some ability for the company to calibrate how much of a separation agreement he gets based on the outcome of the independent probe into the sexual harassment allegations, FOX business network's Charles guys. Perino a dozen women in all have made the accusations which moon

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6 more women accuse CBS CEO Leslie Moonves of sexual assault or harassment

Bob Brinker

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

6 more women accuse CBS CEO Leslie Moonves of sexual assault or harassment

"New sexual misconduct allegations against CBS chief executive les Moonves whose reign as one of the most powerful executives in Hollywood appears nearing an end though, six claims were reported in the New Yorker today after six other women's claims were published in a New Yorker article last month, here's correspondent, Brian Stelter? This is the first time we've seen a fortune five hundred CEO stepping down amid allegations of harassment and assault in this almost year that has passed when we've talked about the metoo movement. We've seen many Hollywood stars and journalists and others lose their jobs. But this is different. This is a CEO who runs a giant company who makes hundreds of millions

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Six more women accuse CBS CEO Leslie Moonves of sexual assault or harassment

Clark Howard

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Six more women accuse CBS CEO Leslie Moonves of sexual assault or harassment

"Moonves says will resign as sexual misconduct allegations against him double to twelve CBS's. Jim taylor. More women are lining up to accuse the CEO of CBS of sexual harassment. CBS does say it's taking the new charges. Very seriously. Six additional women raising the salt claims against CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves report in the New Yorker where six women already made similar claims against him move as hold the New Yorker he had consensual relationships with three of the women CBS has been investigating the allegations. But CBS Jill Schlesinger says the do accusations raise even more question. What is the culture that has been allowed to metastasized for so long that allowed this to occur? And how are we going to address it? I think that's what shareholders wanna know what employees want to know. And that's what the public wants to

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States sue Trump administration to try to block 3D-printed guns

AM Tampa Bay

04:03 min | 3 years ago

States sue Trump administration to try to block 3D-printed guns

"Seventy WFL a news is a service of the. Duncan duo President Trump will be in Tampa this afternoon and this evening the first time since he was, elected president he's coming into the backyard of gubernatorial candidate adam putnam to endorse putnam's opponent congressman ron to santa's nick is the chairman of the pinellas county republican party he believes this visit will help republicans get elected this midterm election year you look at the georgia republican primary for their governor donald trump came in and did endorsement and you know those poll numbers for that candidate went up over ten point so he's got incredible influence in the electorate response to him he's doing multiple things here by coming to tampa and it's going to be an exciting night the president will hold a roundtable a tampa bay technical high this afternoon then he'll be at the florida state fairgrounds for seven p._m. rally the event is free but you need a ticket to get in doors open at four p._m. several states are suing the trump administration hoping to block a texas company from publishing downloadable blueprints for three d. printed plastic guns florida democratic senator bill nelson wants the president to put a stop to it we have bad The Trump administration both the department of. Justice and the department of state do not allow the. Publication of these blueprints come Wednesday and, they refused to listen to our please the gun industry doesn't believe it's likely. Terrorists would go to the trouble of purchasing three d. printers. Or dealing with the printing process six people are, dead as seventeen wildfires continue burning out of. Control in California all across the, state the worst is the car fire. Near reading where homes have been burned to the ground it is. Just remarkable to walk, on this street here and to realize that just last week there were. Families here there were children playing on this street this was a a very happy neighborhood now homes no longer exist we see, some, remnants you can see some kitchen appliances some remains of kitchen appliances you. See some chimneys Not much more than that on. This street the, homes are all gone Steve Futterman. CBS news Redding, California a criminal investigations being launched into the deadly duck boats sinking table rock lake near Branson Missouri the state, attorney general Josh Holly says it's opened a. Criminal investigation they are now working with investigators to decide if any criminal charges are warranted seventeen people died when a duck boat sank. In stormy conditions on the lake on July nineteenth the board of CBS held, a three hour emergency. Meeting to discuss the future of it's CEO Leslie Moonves after he was accused of sexual. Misconduct has denies the accounts or says he doesn't remember many of the details outlined in the New Yorker story but. In a statement he said there were. Times decades ago when I may have. Made some, women uncomfortable by. Making advances those were. Mistakes and I regret them immensely, Anna Werner reporting no final. Decisions have been made On the future of moon Bess if, you grown when you hear about another company meeting you're not alone meeting. Some people love them and. Some can't, stand him the account, temps survey found most workers don't take every meeting they have to attend as necessary temps, Richard. DO sing via Skype, on average we found out that workers spend. About twenty one percent of their time in meetings and about twenty five percent. Of them felt as though it was a waste of time the biggest pet peeves about meetings, they start are in late the issues could have been handled by Email and participants are to distracted Pam Coulter CBS news the thieves have been caught in Texas and the loot not what you would expect police in San Antonio have recovered a stolen. Shark a three foot, long grey horn shark who was grabbed from petting tank of the San Antonio aquarium and wheeled.

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CBS' Leslie Moonves accused of sexual misconduct

The Chris Plante Show

04:07 min | 3 years ago

CBS' Leslie Moonves accused of sexual misconduct

"It great The party of CBS news the party, of CBS network All of the great stories so there's also this wonderful story about about the publisher of New York Times meeting with President Trump in. A secret meeting that then became unseat, and the publisher he inherited the paper from his dad but that's okay with the left because here because it's okay with. The left because the. New York Times and they're crooked, and so were they so it's all right with them but that's a great story that. I'm, going to get to a little bit later on I we have the great story Ronan Farrow, Ronan Farrow he writes stories for the New, Yorker, magazine and, apparently people come to him and say yeah you know this guy groped me and that guy. Groped me and all these gropers all over the place, it turns out that the, latest is the big boss less moon Vaz's at CBS the man in charge of everything and turns, out he's groping mic groped face to the crusty Paul Worked for, him, Charlie rose, the crusty paw and it turns out it gets even better that les Moonves says the president. Of CBS has now been accused of sexual misconduct by, many women and it's published, in the New Yorker because people came to them with the information and and so they wrote. It Turns out that les Moonves says was hanging out just, a few months ago with Anita hill Anita hill she was the high tech, lynching of Clarence Thomas she was the cornerstone of that whole smear job that was Ted Kennedy too by the way In the face of recent allegations of sexual misconduct against CBS CEO les Moonves says many have been. Questioning the actions of the CO through his tenure at the network his tenure the network particularly recent involvement in a, coalition designed to put an end. To workplace sexual harassment and pay inequity in Ronan Farrow's expose unless moon valley in the New Yorker he, wrote that. Moonville attended the founding meeting of the commission on. Eliminating sexual harassment and advancing equality in the workplace. Which was chaired by its, founder Anita hill They couldn't be bigger hypocrites if it was their goal to. Be bigger hypocrites and this is just wonderful now he married Julie Chen who was an employee of his in the. Workplace, and a little hottie who is now his his wife and they live on Park Avenue and fantabulous fantastic prewar Park Avenue. Building with Park Avenue views and everything and his wife Julie Chen who we picked up at work, no sense, of irony, whatsoever is now defending him saying that she knows him real good she does she can tell which one he is in the dark and everything and she says. That she's been married to him for almost fourteen years so you can take her word for it Chris she thinks, that's a long time because she's, only fourteen She's she's older than fourteen but she's a lot younger than he is and he was. The boss. And he picked her up at work while he was the boss. And she was the employees and then she got to pick new job as most of another show and it's a. Very, exciting for both of them because it's good to be And then current and former CBS news employees have come out about Jeff Fager Unbelievable The CBS. CEO les Moonves has in. Trouble, now CBS, news, chairman, Jeff Fager currently executive producer of sixty. Minutes Said that the place was like job like us. Strip club? Around. There at CBS, with these two guys and. They're, the ones, sitting, in, judgment, of everyone else isn't it great There's only one Chris Plante the. Chris Plante? Show.

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CBS CEO accused of sexual misconduct in upcoming New Yorker article

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

CBS CEO accused of sexual misconduct in upcoming New Yorker article

"Retired from, new center five in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine CBS says it will. Investigate allegations of misconduct against CEO Leslie Moonves as amid reports of a forthcoming expose from the New Yorker magazine the company's independent board issued a statement saying it takes allegations of misconduct. Seriously the statement comes ahead of an anticipated. Report alleging that one of the most powerful men in Hollywood is accused of unwanted kissing and touching CBS's board notes that the timing of this Report comes in the midst of the company's very public legal dispute with Sherry Redstone and national amusements.

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Somali leader makes 1st visit to Eritrea in diplomatic thaw

Morning Edition

06:09 min | 3 years ago

Somali leader makes 1st visit to Eritrea in diplomatic thaw

"Fact, that. China is rising wages and Taiwan have stagnated too I seen that people grooming so that people. Feeding is salary is not. Growing for young generation they are looking for, us I experience also opportunity instead of, staying Taiwan canton adapt its economy and once again. Be an Asian, tiger find out in global business after the news BBC news I'm John shea the US television network CBS says it's, investigating claims of sexual misconduct against his chairman and chief executive Leslie Moonves six women have told. The New. Yorker magazine that Mr. Munoz sexually. Harassed them in the eighties nineties has Chris Butler Leslie Moonves has been. A leading figure at the American networks CBS for almost, twenty five years with a track record for finding stars and developing hit programs the New, Yorker. Magazine says the six women claim among other things that Mr Mendez physically intimidated them forcibly touched. And kissed them or threatened. To wreck their careers the CBS boss has, denied that a Louis has apologized for, making some women uncomfortable in the way he made advances decades ago The winner in Pakistan's general. Election Imran Khan has started preparations to form a coalition government after his PTI or movement for Justice party. Won the most, seats in the national assembly his party is success in the elections on Wednesday is being hailed as, the start. Of a new chapter in Pakistani politics which has been dominated for decades by two main parties, and the powerful military. South Asia editor Jill mcgivering reports it's taken Imran Khan more than two decades to move from the political margins to forming a government his next task is. To piece together of functional coalition of small and regional parties many of his supporters especially younger voters in Pakistan cities want a new style of politics with less. Corruption and infighting and greater efficiency that's urgent need to for economic development and jobs and the stability that might bring foreign investment Police in eastern Afghanistan say militants attacked a. Government run training center for midwives there are reports of explosions and gunfire in the. Training compound in Jalalabad, in Nangahar province close to the border with Pakistan police suggests all the trainers and trainees have been evacuated from. The center there are no details of casualties the Islamic state group is active in the province British members of parliament say. The UK is facing a democratic crisis because of the spread of fake news a parliamentary report, says voters are being systematically manipulated by campaigns which rely on hate and misinformation its scope grew as scandal over Cambridge and electric has harvesting Facebook data. To be used for targeted political messaging Kanter light. His Rory Kathryn Jones this has been a long running report it started way before the Cambridge analytic affair exploded looking at the whole phenomenon of fake news, but it then zeroed in on what Cambridge analytic it. Did and also on the behavior of. The various parties during the referendum campaign in, twenty sixty so looking really not just. At obviously fake stories but the way campaign is become very adept at. Using data on Facebook and other. Platforms to send messages world news from the BBC Thousands of firefighters. In northern California are continuing to battle a wildfire six days after it started to people have, been killed by the flames hundreds of buildings have been destroyed the spread of the flames has been as the chief of California far battalion Greg battalion. Explained firefighters are out there actively rescuing evacuating engaging. In defending homes as we speak the main focus goes in those populated areas is fires moving at times three to four different directions Almost forty thousand people have already left their homes in the town of reading police and firefighters have been going from door to. Door to urge the remaining residents. To leave big rallies are expected in Zimbabwe today on the last day of. Campaigning before Monday's. Presidential elections the first since Robert Mugabe, was ousted from power last November Mr. Mugabe successor and former close colleague the Zanu PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa is hoping to legitimise his rule The president of Somalia Mohamed Abdillahi. For Marjo is dating a three starting a three Davis's to. Era nearly fifteen. Years after diplomatic ties were cut relations within the region have been shaken up by the sudden ending of austerity is between Ethiopia Eritrea which had been on opposing sides in. Somalia's conflict the authorities in Japan have canceled more than one hundred flights as a powerful typhoon. Is about to make landfall they issued a warning of heavy rain landslides and strong winds it's expected. To pass over regions still recovering from severe flooding earlier this month The Walt Disney company has announced that the next Star. Wars movie will feature the actress Carrie Fisher who died in two thousand sixteen Star Wars Episode nine will include. Previously unseen footage of the actress playing Princess layer the film's. Director j.j Abrams said Carrie Fisher had to be included in the saga's finale ABC news We are in the downtown Agnes, Santo Taipei but actually all the house, Sasso Diane like forty years old. Building there Jessica who is describing the view from the nineteen th floor of the office block where she works in Taipei the capital. Of, Taiwan Monte many with think forty years isn't that old in my, previous job I visit lots of, Asia capital, Tokyo Seoul Singapore Shanghai, for sure and they have the. Whole. New look the in Taiwan is really slow I'm.

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Leslie Moonves accused of misconduct by 6 women, denies using his position to 'hinder anyone's career'

BBC World Service

04:58 min | 3 years ago

Leslie Moonves accused of misconduct by 6 women, denies using his position to 'hinder anyone's career'

"BBC news I'm John. Shea the directors of CBS one of the major US television networks say they will investigate claims of sexual misconduct and intimidation against. Its chairman. And chief executive Leslie Moonves six women have told the New Yorker magazine that, Mr. Munoz sexually. Harassed them here's Chris Butler Leslie Moonves has been a leading figure at the American network CBS for almost twenty five years with a track record for finding. Stars and developing hit programs the New Yorker magazine says the six women claim among other things that Mr Mendez physically intimidated them forcibly touched and kissed them or. Threatened to wreck their careers the. CBS boss has denied us a Louis has apologized for making some women uncomfortable in the way. He made advances decades ago The winner in Pakistan's general election Imran Khan has started preparations to form a coalition government after his PTI. Or movement for Justice party won the most seats in the national assembly the p. t., I says it. Has the support of smaller coalition partners and independent parliamentarians a group of opposing political parties have rejected the election results a leader of the group Moulana fuss. Law Rochman called for demonstrations to prompt new and actions hummed Obama into how 'bout we will run a movement to hold new elections there will be protests a. Committee will be set up immediately. Which will chalk out to shed your going to work his and invite people to join in The. Supreme court in Ivory Coast has overturned a ruling which a quitters the former first lady Simone Bagbo of crimes against humanity in the aftermath of political violence following the presidential election eight years ago Richard howls reports Simone Bagbo was Ivory Coast's first lady for eleven years then a bitterly fought presidential election. In two thousand ten between her husband laurel and Allison Ouattara who won the vote plunged. Ivory Coast into post election violence which saw three thousand people. Killed in Azerbaijan learn she was accused of organizing death squads buying bombs and shelling marketplace in a pro water a neighborhood of abbey John and later she was jailed for. Twenty years for attacking state security the supreme court ruling now means MRs backbone will face a retrial for crimes against humanity at a date to be announced Big rallies are, expected, in Zimbabwe today on the last day, of campaigning before Monday's presidential elections the, first since Robert Mugabe was ousted from power last. November his successor and former close colleague designer PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa is hoping to legitimise, his rule but he may, be hampered by perceptions that he was too close to the Mugabe. Regime the leader of the main opposition MDC Nelson Chamisa has expressed fears that the election like past ones may be rigged This is the latest world news from the BBC A judge in California has urged US immigration authorities to focus on finding the deported parents of four hundred children separated from their. Families as they legally crossed the border from Mexico judge Dana several spoke out a day after it emerged that more than seven hundred children remain in custody despite the expiry. Of his own deadline for families to be reunited Mongolia is reported to have swatted an attempt by Turkey to kidnap a Turkish citizen who's accused of having links with the US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen Ankara blames for a. Failed coup two years ago reports say the Mongolian authorities grounded a suspected Turkish airforce chat that Atlanta's to pick up Vasil x. acti- who had been kidnapped on Friday morning British members of parliament say the UK. Is facing a democratic crisis because of the. Spread of fake news a parliamentary committee report says voters being systematically, manipulated by campaigns which rely on hate and misinformation the report examines the use of. Data by pro Brexit groups including vote leave during the referendum campaign. Two years ago it follows the scandal. Of Cambridge analytical harvesting Facebook data Rory Caitlin Jones, has more details during the week the committee actually published, a whole, range of adverts produced by vote, leave and believe during the campaign which they said had not been visible. Before Facebook after. A lot of prodding handed these adverts over to the committee they, were very out at the time they were reaching millions of people. The way the you see a billboard on the street and it says vote eggs and you know who it's from it's less clear online and that was their concern that there's no clarity there's no transparency And briefly millions of people have witnessed the, longest lunar, eclipse the century as the main, passed through shadow it's natural satellites turned striking shade of red or ruddy. Brown ABC news.

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New Yorker investigation alleges sexual misconduct by CEO of CBS

WAOK Programming

05:33 min | 3 years ago

New Yorker investigation alleges sexual misconduct by CEO of CBS

"And Megan a conversation with the RND. Grammy award winning artists as he explores his Latin American roots. My family journey has a lot. To do things like immigration my grandmother coming here from Mexico I would never be sitting here with you plus the LGBTQ POC. Underground eighties full seen as portrayed in. The FX series pose that's, all coming up on. Latino USA I'm Jose. Stay with us not in my hands Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm, Nora. Raum in Iraq and a fast moving wildfire northern. California claimed a second life today a firefighter a. Bulldozer operator had died yesterday the fire, jumped across the Sacramento river and swept into the city of reading about one hundred miles south of the Oregon border Ken Pimlott is the chief of Cal fire he says people need to know these fires, are dangerous these are extreme conditions this is how fires are burning in California we need to take heed evacuate evacuate evacuate tens of thousands. Of people are taking that advice the fire has destroyed at. Least sixty five buildings a federal. Judge in Los Angeles today shell appointed independent monitor to look into reports of neglect and abuse of children at immigration centres along. The us Mexico border from member station. K. q. e. d. Julius, small reports the judges Is in charge of enforcing decades all settlement that. Set strict limits on the detention of minors US. District judge Dolly Jesus says she needs someone to be. Her ears and is at immigration facilities. In Texas, to look into allegations that date. Back more than a year attorney Peter Shay says problems are pervasive and facilities all along the border with Mexico children being detained. For up to four or five six days. With no, access to audible water with access only to. Inadequate unexpired food no. Access to blankets or sleeping mats the government. Asked for an opportunity to present, evidence, to. Refute the allegations meanwhile the judge is going ahead. With appointing a monitor within two weeks for NPR. News I'm Julie small CBS says it's, investigating what it calls personal misconduct claims against CEO less moon vez detail in New Yorker magazine story that also alleges a culture of misconduct throughout the CBS network as NPR's Eric. Duggan's reports Six women are giving their accounts of sexual harassment between the. Nineteen eighties and late two thousands actress Ileana Douglas who's appeared in TV shows like six feet under an entourage accuses moon Vazza violently kissing her and tried to force himself. On her during a business meeting in nineteen ninety seven when she refused his advances Douglas said she was fired from her role as co star on a. CBS show journalists, Ronan Farrow spoke to thirty current and former employees at CBS his story includes other allegations from women who claim, moon vez tried to kiss or touch them inappropriately in a statement moon visit minuted, pharaoh quote they were times decades ago. When I may have made some women uncomfortable by making advances but he. Denies, harming anyone's career before the story was published CBS's board of directors said it would. Investigate allegations. Eric Duggan's NPR news on Wall Street the NASDAQ lost one and a, half percent to close at seventy seven thirty seven down one hundred and fourteen points the Dow fell seventy six while the, s&p dropped eighteen This is, NPR news this is WNYC in New York I'm Lance lucky as you've, been hearing CBS CEO, Leslie Moonves is the latest prominent media figure facing allegations of sexual misconduct and investigation published in. The New Yorker magazine today reports that six women including producers and writers say they've been harassed and assaulted by. New Yorker writer Ronan Farrow said the women feared speaking out because. Of moon vessels ability to make or break their careers are women of tremendous character and competence, in their industry but they, still felt. That by, rebuffing advances they were putting their careers on the line the alleged incidents happened various times. During his more than twenty year tenure at the company best. Has denied the allegations CBS said in a statement, that it's, investigating the claims food stamp. Recipients will still be able to use a mobile app to pay for food at New York farmers markets come September. The state has agreed to pay six hundred ten thousand One dollars to Novo DEA the company that, facilitates food stamp payments at the markets after. The federal government ended its contract Novo Diaz said it would go out of business the. 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CBS Board to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Misconduct Against CEO Leslie Moonves

Dr. Drew Midday Live with Mike Catherwood

04:53 min | 3 years ago

CBS Board to Investigate Allegations of Sexual Misconduct Against CEO Leslie Moonves

"Pays to listen Fourcade and seven ninety KABC and Lawrence von and I are here in New York City right across from each other. Which is being. Across each other a little weird by. Itself Side by side but we're we're crossing each other and. We are in the city of New York and we are because you've, demanded that I never look in, your eye line no don't Divert Really it's got a lot of show up jazz mechanic coming in one year. Later thanks the sheriff's, department democratic donor likely to escape criminal charges in the fatal overdose of an African American black. Man jasmine following that story Mugs other things we'll talk to James. CNN enforced Manolis retired f. b. i. supervisor special agent. Trader Joe's suspect he says should be held accountable for the accidental police shooting by of a bystander by police this now is a thirty minute nonstop. News Lawrence von we start off with les Moonves says the CBS CEO one, of the most powerful men in Hollywood is now accused of unwanted kissing and touching in, a New Yorker article that set to be published today, the article is by Ronan Farrow who has broken several stories on this topic and it includes allegations of sexual misconduct on the part, of embattled CBS chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves as a spokesperson for the New Yorker says we don't. Comment on pieces that we haven't yet published but could be out if it's not already sources with knowledge of the. Article. Say delves into a broader culture at. CBS and will publish later today on. The magazine's website statement, CBS has said it is investigating the claims made against moon vs all allegations of personal misconduct. Are to be taken Very seriously now Ronin is not one. To report these things without a good deal of research right he's he's been shown his track record is pretty good All right so the concern here is what about. His? Relationship with Julie Chen. And that's workplace married now jeeze All right so that it's still weird I'm assuming this has to do with others? Yeah Assuming too but it. Did OBI already you wonder how they got. Together Exactly Underlying and you would see that as a pattern of, conduct even though it created a, marriage it's was a pattern of. Conduct they're still so. Concerning. Right. Absolutely considering she still works is that is that? New they're just, out comes out. Today I surprised I missed. It is? It did it just come? Out In the last two hours that's. Why Mr. the CBS has added that. The timing of this report comes in the, midst of the company's very public legal dispute and while that litigation process, continues the CBS management team has, the full support of independent board. Members along with that. Team. We. Will continue to focus on creating value for our? Shareholders maybe I'm, not understanding what. Very public so they have a dispute? With les Moonves don't they Disputes it's. Going on right now and that's, why they're questioning the timing of this article I have to to dig in a little. More I'll look during your next door has been married to. Julie Chen since two thousand four they. Wed less than two weeks after moon finalized, his divorce His wife pattern that's a. Pattern I just say the but I guess is there any unwanted kissing touching is that what it was well apparently, Ronan. Farrow, who broke the story has been investigating Moonves and the environment at CBS four months as rumors swirled through the industry that's such an. Article was in the works. It's unclear what impact the New Yorker report will have. At a time when moon vez locked in litigation. With Sherry Redstone oh that's the lawsuit that they're talking about the wife of Sumner Redstone, or the daughter rather who's fighting for control of CBS Viacom She she put Unloaded some, interesting is Very scary dramatic yeah but the I'm just trying to get my head around the unwanted kitchen kissing and touching in a time when men may not have been aware that you? Know what I mean it depend how unwanted touching was what kind of touching or does he, just, fire. Charlie rose right No So I'm assuming this is relatively. Recent I I can't imagine they're talking about the time before he was married because he was first wife in nineteen seventy. Eight all right time for little traffic with Rhonda. Kramer, thanks, Jack Jill and. Lauren we're looking at the northbound side of the one at one four you wrote, around but we found an accident. Here they've opened a couple lanes to left still blocked backup all the way to the. Four oh five and eastbound from Calabasas road southbound four zero five Burbank through Getty center drive the usual volume and northbound delays from the. One oh five to the ten fifty seven north diamond bar. Pathfinder you've got roadwork here with a carpool, lane blocked seventy one north right around the. Fifty seven also working with an accident here and westbound side of the sixty freeway at around. Pedley you've got a crash now right shoulder backing up to Rubio and fifteen north at the one thirty eight working on an earlier crash and, graphs fire the backup..

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