20 Burst results for "Lisa Tobin"

Questions asked of the New York Times after Caliphate

podnews

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Questions asked of the New York Times after Caliphate

"If the new york times gets any journalism wronged executive editor should talk about it answer for it and should have as his job to convince people that will being transparent open about it. Thanks growing criticism of the new york. Times is michael barbaro. After the newspapers discredited caliphate podcast barbaro conducted that interview about the show including examining the actions of its executive producer. Lisa tobin however barbaro was not as transparent as he might have been. He didn't disclose tobin is his fiancee. This is in contravention of the new york. Times editorial standards which prohibits start reporting on people with whom they have close personal relationships. Barbara has also reportedly told other journalists at the newspaper. Not criticize the podcast. While some point out that while caliphate reporter rukmini catenaccio was made to publicly apologize and forced to move to a different area. The podcast producer and reporter. Andy mills he made the podcast and accepted. Its peabody award was hosting the daily this week on twitter. Barbaro appears to be blocking those criticizing. The decision

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The Daily, The Weekly, the Apple Watch, and more Google Podcasts features

podnews

03:12 min | 2 years ago

The Daily, The Weekly, the Apple Watch, and more Google Podcasts features

"Borrow and Lisa Tobin from the daily how the subject of a long piece in the Hollywood reporter as they gear up for the weekly a thirty episode season on FX, and Hulu it launches in June network. Ten Australian television network owned by CBS has released its first podcast, the professor and the hack it's the first from the company's ten speaks division, and is a political podcast coinciding with the recently announced federal election in the country. It isn't yet in apple podcasts, though, megaphone post about the apple watch calling it podcasting 's stealth success story some advice for you today. Three ways to build and keep your radio or podcast audience willing to that for my show notes in our newsletter from backstage magazine jar audio looks at ideal analytics for branded podcasts billboard highlights. What makes a great podcast studio and Brent Schaeffer. Examines spotify's podcast analytics Spotify is using Instagram to advertise its podcast content. In Canada featured podcasts include Canada land front burner and the daily and Google podcasts appears to have many BBC podcasts back again this time via republished RSS feeds on feed burner. Meanwhile, explore topics you have listened to as a new section of the app leading you to Google searches about podcast, topics. You've listened to an auto generated popular with listeners of pod news panel appears to suggest well, we're not quite sure what it appears to suggest to be honest with you about the list includes disrupting Japan reconsider or Thomas cars and something to do with late night something or other anyway now the website link has disappeared from apple podcasts pages, we again wonder about the validity of the BBC's removal of their podcasts from Google podcast. That's three new podcast to tell you about today. Shell petro chemicals company has really states first podcast called the energy podcast. The bugle the audio newspaper for a visual world has moved to entail using the company's new RSS transfer feature the podcast used to be positive radio topa, but as recently attempted to gain even more independence much like the country of Andy Saltzman, the main host and western Ross weekly has a new game of thrones weekly podcast. We got some correspondence today. A few opinions on the problem with the word. Subscribe. We prefer to use the word listen as we say, but Jason rights. There's a big difference between the word subscribe in the word. Listen, listen to this podcast. Sounds like you're asking people to hear one episode. Subscribe to this podcast. Sounds like you're asking people to hear all of your episodes. Is you publish them? Meanwhile, Harris says I think subscribe used with one simple change can be even more enticing and helpful than listen. My solution is to take. The weakness of the words subscribe and turn it into a strength subscribe free. I think subscribed free Harris says is better than listen. Because you want to instruct them to find and click subscribe rather than just seek out a play button.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Still Processing

Still Processing

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Still Processing

"And just saying that makes me think about Margo Jefferson. Yes. Queen Margot one of our heroes and her outrageously perceptive book about Michael Jackson from two thousand four called on Michael Jackson and toward the end. She tries to wrap her own brain around what she supposed to do with this person. And this is what she writes the world is full of people who cannot get over childhood damage or adult trauma. If they could psycho analysis therapy in social work would not exist. Neither what all the forms of self abuse and self-destruction ordinary people practice at this point Michael Jackson's damage is equal to what his talent was. And that means it is extraordinarily. Indeed, this is deeply unsettling to witness who wants to try and map that kind of compulsion in regression who wants to watch mental illness in panoramic close up. What language is available to us when talking about it. And I just I hear that. And I just say when it staring right in the face, even if it's just easier to listen to the music, we have to remind ourselves not to look away. There's so little ado with Michael Jackson and anybody else out there running around inflicting their trauma and their pain on other people continuing this site. Goal of trauma. Can't get rid of the music can't dance the hurt away. I mean, it is almost paralyzing to think about how you deal with this. But. Just keeping that in your mind. Being mindful of what you're doing the next time you run to the dance floor when Billie Jean comes on. That's right to think about what you're running toward. Still processing the product of the New York Times, it's produced by Nina potluck. Our editors Sasha Weiss and Louis Anderson. We get editorial oversight from Lisa Tobin and Vanik our engineer is J core scheme and our theme music by kindness is called world restart from the album, southern and a very special. Thank you to Margaret Jefferson for your wisdom, and your words, you can find all of our past episodes and various things at NY times dot com, Ford Sasha still processing, and if you feel like it leave us a review. Thanks..

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Dear Sugars

Dear Sugars

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Dear Sugars

"I thought I'd gotten it thought. Okay. I got this oldest. Right. Literally ask myself. What would be the intention of me making this donation? 'cause I made a lot of donation. So how do you everybody every day is calling you for something? So how do you decide what you give doing what you don't give to? And I asked myself, what would be the reason. The only reason I would make that donation is. So that Stevie Wonder would think I was nice. Yeah. That's a big one Oprah. I want Stevie Wonder to think I'm nice. But that would be the only reason only reason I'm going to write that check is. So Stevie Wonder some nice. Yeah. And I said, no big. No. I remember first big. No. I remember I said, I'm sorry. And and I waited for him to say, you nasty person you at you know, what he said he said, okay? Thanks a lot. Yeah. Onward fit on. And I'm like. And what did that feel like I mean in your body like I get like, I know that feeling of powerful. No because that would have been something. You would have absolutely said. Yes to you know, before right? Yeah. Absolutely. I had it actually sat me down, you know, that feeling of. Whoa. Did that and the world did not fall apart? And Stevie Wonder did not curse me out. He say, I can't believe it. And now I'm going to write a song about how bad you are. Album, Oprah sucks. And I thought okay that was that was not as bad as I thought I locate and not only that I felt powerful doing it. Okay. Dear sugar listeners. We know that we're talking about the art of say, no. So we're going to say no to you just for a little bit. Yes. We're going to end this episode right now. But we're going to be back next week with more from Oprah about how to say, no. And what no means and the role of no and yes in her on life, so please tune in. Dish sugars produced by the New York Times partnership with WBZ our our producer is Michelle Siegel. Our executive producer is Lisa Tobin and our editorial director Samantha Hennick. We record the show at top back. Sound visual import Linda, Oregon are engineers,.

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The FCC is podcasting now; and a podcast festival for Vancouver

podnews

01:57 min | 2 years ago

The FCC is podcasting now; and a podcast festival for Vancouver

"In the latest poll news, good news. The FCC is podcasting. Now it's the US communications regulator and it's launched its own podcast more than seven dirty words if you want to subscribe. Well, you can't because it's not on any podcast apps yet. That comes soon says the government agency McGowan posted the top twenty brands advertising on US podcasts. Today there's a new entry number nine Madison Reed ahead products. Manufacturer HBO has confirmed its to bring my dad wrote a porno to the network for a comedy special in two thousand nineteen audio indexing company audio burst has announced a collaboration with radio lean a global radio tuna app. The Vancouver podcast festival will be held on November the eighth to the tenth and features. Three days of panels, hands on workshops and live podcast presentations and tapings headstone with the CBC IBC the large broadcasting show held annually in Amsterdam. We'll have a session devoted to the power of the podcast. We've guests include. Leading Lisa Tobin from the York Times and enduro Martinez from stream guys cadence, thirteen, and the action network of partner to create a premium sports gambling podcast network. What is a podcast producer? We linked to a useful overview of the different parts of a good producers row from resonate recordings. The BBC has reached agreement with Spotify to carry their podcasts, the UK public service broadcaster does I reckon fifty million podcasts a month probably making them a top five podcast in the world. And as of press time, Kim Kardashian had over three thousand three hundred replies telling us and good podcasts to listen to after the quotes television personality, socialite, actress, businesswoman, and model posted a tweet asking for some we sure hope she has the iphone with two hundred and fifty six gig

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Throwing Shade

Throwing Shade

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Throwing Shade

"I have to say I only recently thought for myself. I've always, of course that sexuality was a spectrum but could not throw up. I don't know. I would not. I certainly would not throw up, but I don't. I mean, definitely. Yeah. I would say at least eighty five percent attracted to men. That's fifteen. That's a big opening. Yeah. I mean, I find Michael Barbaro with Nina totenberg. No, he's with Lisa Tobin. Yeah, yes. One game show questions. The inverse of the lies episode about it. I don't know, maybe very personal. If it's not, here's what else you today may have little what of course, and I'm going to get very upset if you know tastes, am. I just have to get something to another cody's should be fired. I mean, she hasn't bread in this. I'm going to read this really fast. 'cause it's the inverse of the last great. It's related to it. So this is gonna read all of them. This is the last one. I'm reading this. The last one I'm reading. I'm only doing this because related to the last one joking. Yeah, thank you. This is from faira who says, dear Rana. One of my older. And best friends over twenty years. Pardon me is also one of the worst friends I have. She uses her hectic work schedule as excuse for not making an effort to keep in touch yet. When I visited mice. When I was in New York, she'll drunkenly cry about how she doesn't like not knowing what's going on in my life since I live abroad, I make an effort to phone dates with her only for her to make other plans and tell me she can't make. No. I know she's capable of sending me a message every now and then she's always using WhatsApp to talk to other people whenever I'm visiting and we do get together unless she starts to make an effort. I don't see how we can continue for Sada friendship. Do you think our long history deserves a conversation and official break-up, or should I just let it fade along with our other times, love the opportunity to hear your advice. Well, first of all, the friend sounds like totally disorganised disaster and sort of arrack. Yeah, yeah. Like with they call a hut mess. They have a new word that yet. Thank rain, rag, hot mass. I think the data is seeking some sort of weird new friendship thing, like a, you know that we're buzz. You get when you're just starting Rengit with someone who like business and fun. And meanwhile, old friendship is just getting tossed aside because you take it for granted. You're like, oh, this will always be here, right? I was going to say like Mary in here Cody and I missed it. Cody's in here I gave you a white books. You should carry it. Don't tell me I'll reenter. Reenter the bucks. I don't can't who Briggs it in here. No, I'm using a song when you come in. Yeah, his thing people grow apart and sometimes you living in the past relationship. It's a little bit like when you first fall in love with someone and you're always trying to get back to those memories, which I'm sure we have two or three emails about that. Two people saying how come in snow working up to at network. And the answer is that's not the relationship you're in anymore. That was that was the early relationship. Thank you. And. Aaron and. Yeah, faira happen to know that you live very far away. Fair is a regular. I happen to know she lives very far away. I think when you come home, if you wanna make try and make a plan to see friends, say, do you wanna have dinner the she can keep the plan. Great. If she can't, she's doing disappointing. You and this is a person who gets a buzz out of getting attention from other people. So she's on her what's app. She's on this. She's on that. She's get somebody. She's trying to feed her. Her narcissism. Yeah, whatever. But she's really the real point is she's really not being very good friend to you. So what do you need that for? And you know what time matches on you? Not here that long. I do all you're doing is worrying about this girl's mental health. All the time there isn't about there is a moment where I've been definitely guilty this just being like so busy..

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Still Processing

Still Processing

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Still Processing

"It's like they use all these algorithms and I'm not sure how much they pay people say Mr. with soundcloud like they're all these things start to influence and infiltrate how these platforms work and whose work gets prioritize, who gets shut out. So none of these things are perfect, but that's why the museum question is such an interesting one to me as well because I think what we're talking about is what it actually looks like. Not just to like change the ratio of seats at the table, but to actually pull up more chairs, changing menu, change, dining hours, you know, like change the conversation what it means to really think about completely reorganizing how that dinner party goes down. I'm hungry, always goes back to me. That's our show. I'm still processing is a product of the New York hunt. It is produced by Nina Patak's, our editor Sasha waste. We get editorial oversight from Lisa Tobin and Samantha headaches are engineers, Jake Gorski theme music by kindness. It's called world restart from the album. Others you can find Oliver episodes in various things NY times dot com. Sasha still processing and don't forget as usual to leave us a review on apple podcasts, or if you like what you hear said linked to your crush this week's and linked to your friends, your mom, you know, spread the word. Side note to all the people in Portland. Let me know. Listen to our show. Thanks guys listening. Also special shot out to my dorm mates in this acquai- house ten house. We move.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Still Processing

Still Processing

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Still Processing

"It's like they use all these algorithms and I'm not sure how much they pay people say Mr. with soundcloud like they're all these things start to influence and infiltrate how these platforms work and whose work gets prioritize, who gets shut out. So none of these things are perfect, but that's why the museum question is such an interesting one to me as well because I think what we're talking about is what it actually looks like. Not just to like change the ratio of seats at the table, but to actually pull up more chairs, changing menu, change, dining hours, you know, like change the conversation what it means to really think about completely reorganizing how that dinner party goes down. I'm hungry, always goes back to me. That's our show. I'm still processing is a product of the New York hunt. It is produced by Nina Patak's, our editor Sasha waste. We get editorial oversight from Lisa Tobin and Samantha headaches are engineers, Jake Gorski theme music by kindness. It's called world restart from the album. Others you can find Oliver episodes in various things NY times dot com. Sasha still processing and don't forget as usual to leave us a review on apple podcasts, or if you like what you hear said linked to your crush this week's and linked to your friends, your mom, you know, spread the word. Side note to all the people in Portland. Let me know. Listen to our show. Thanks guys listening. Also special shot out to my dorm mates in this acquai- house ten house. We move.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Decode

"To hear from them so that was there were lots of piff along the way so the combination of feeling pretty unsettled and humbled by the election and finding that audio is really powerful men than you would audio before i'd done no audio and i don't really listen to podcasts other than i do now yours every day you listen to your i i really do this into the daily every and i do listen to other i do listen to other podcasts now but i get teased a lot by the people on the daily team by how little i mean in audio everyone knows episodes of this american life yeah and reply all and they can sort of talk about them with great affects the way we talk about episodes of i would talk about episodes of the sopranos seinfeld or whatever madman and i couldn't engage in that conversation with them right but but you find yourself fascinating oh yeah so so you started to do the whole there's so many more to come i just think of them right off the top of my head i'm so naturally it really does so she started to do the runup how did it shift into the daily what was the thing because this has been the most important product from the new york times i think most innovative feels like it well once once the runup needed to and because you can't be the runup to something wants happening ran it ran it upton it ran it was out and trump i mean trump's victory without donald trump winning this election i don't know that you have the daily because the world suddenly looked incredibly confusing and complicated and and in need of a lot of explanation and new forms of storytelling and once he won and we had this three month period and we decided to run up needed to go away the people behind the runup and the executive producer of of neuroscience audio lisa tobin decided that maybe we should have a daily show meanwhile we're daily newspaper could we make daily audio show right no one had ever done no one had ever made an a daily short form on demand podcast right show before right i mean there's there's of course morning edition things considered and there's great podcasts out there and she proposed.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on The Daily

"Here's what else you need to south korea says that north korea has dropped its decades old demand that american troops withdraw from the korean peninsula as a condition for giving up to clear weapons the us has more than twenty eight thousand troops in south korea a presence longsighted by north korea as its justification for developing nuclear weapons the reversal if confirmed to be true could make it far likelier for the us to reach a nuclear deal with north korea and the trump administration is expected to impose a one billion dollar penalty on wells fargo today for override of alleged misdeeds including forcing customers to buy auto insurance policies that they didn't need president trump has advocated rolling back regulations on the banking industry but this marks the toughest action has administration has taken against a major beck today the daily is produced by feel belco lindsey garrison we will question anne brown andy mills i threes colorado claire tennis getter page cowan and michael simon johns with editing help from larussa anderson lisa tobin is our executive producer samantha hennig is our toil director our technical manager is brad fisher and our theme music is by jim brumberg and ben lands virk of wunderle special thanks to dole nick mckay lucia hard and david crackles.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

Recode Replay

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

"There's no question the since donald trump became president the american stock markets have been seized by kind of euphoria and the stock market has reached out there rector longtime tom entirely new high right now gaining eight trillion dollars at more and continues to go up up up we wanna keep it going economy is so strongly in so good economy is doing really rape the army's going really well and boy the fed but the stock market is not the real economy markets go down as well as up when they go up in feels pretty good looks looks rosy but they do go down and i mean most presidents are pretty careful that they not tie themselves too closely to that sort of volatility so that was the episode of the daily on the morning of monday february fifth and a few hours later after the episode went out this happens and a few minutes after that this happened we got dozens of these messages and did the daily crafts the stock market no i don't think so but people listen in a way they don't read and on monday morning and really felt to listeners like peter goodman with sharing a secret straight into the ears of the million daily listeners to the daily that feeling that one to one intimacy we've always known that to be the power of audio and in this past year we've seen how transformational it is to apply that to the news and now after years of waiting on apple to open it up were starting to see the data to back up our intuitions and what the data shows is that podcast listeners really are super engaged super devoted audiences that we thought they were podcasts makers are finding that listeners are making it about ninety percent of the way through an episode which means there listening to pretty much everything the hosts says and they're not even skipping the ads as advertisers have long feared when it comes to two how audios changing people's relationship to the news here's what we know about the daily more than four and a half million unique listeners tune in every month many of them are listening every day about twothirds of our listeners are under forty a third or under thirty so it's safe to say that many of them are not time subscribers and thirty percent.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

Recode Replay

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

"Raised a kids cold in my mom ray say he's on the home i must say i raised four kids on the coal miners stay okay no it they handle bad impact on my life i mean how tough the it's extremely tough work in for some people it has it it it is toughminded stuff on the body's stuff on your body yeah co couple my body god bless line right now thursday's blacklock huh but see if is that's a choice that we had to me you know i i would go ahead as we well guess what i would make same toy so you may not agree with this man's politics but i bet you can relate to him after twenty minutes with mark gray you've gotten to know real person in a way that's almost impossible to pull off imprint and the next time you read a story about the coal industry and that you'll think about him that's the power of audio this human connection and its twin power is engagement so for weeks economists and reporters including reporters in the new york times had been warning about the dangers of president trump attaching himself too closely to the stock market and the possibility of the fed raising the interest rate but how closely our most people read in the business section or market analysis and how often to someone just walk you through what it actually means on the morning of march fifth the times economic reporter peter goodman came on the daily and said this.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

Recode Replay

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

"Why are all of these print news organizations rushing to get into audio because ondemand audio is transforming how news is delivered and how audiences are engaging with it it's changing our relationship to the journalists as we just heard in the case of mike schmidt but it's also changing our relationship to the news itself we've long known the podcasting is the intimate medium the one that speaks directly to you right into your ears but a applying that's in the news particularly in this year a tumultuous news year has been profound it's engage the news consumer in a deeper and more meaningful way than ever before in a way that print sometimes just can't do so take this example this is a really good story from back in march about how coal miners were responding to president trump's executive order rolling back some obama era environmental regulations so if you look at this buried in the thirteenth paragraph we need mark gray who is a coal miner who voted for president trump and who believes that president obama is responsible for the decline and the potential death of his industry in the paper he's mark gray fifty eight years old of harlan county kentucky he's a couple of paragraphs here he is in audio mark i i have to ask you about this as the coal industry had any kind of a negative impact on your life on my life yeah my mom at a kids he had said hey kids.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

Recode Replay

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

"Trump turns the komi and says do i have your loyalty in komi says you have my honesty so so much is happening in the single minute the opening minute of the daily on may eleventh we're experiencing this story as much more than just a headline it's an actual story with plot an intrigue and characters right away we meet mike schmidt this sort of surly intrepid reporter we meet josh the awkward offstage can goes employee who hands over the phone to our reporter we need president trump the sort of john corleones ask figure whose demanding infidelity and we need james comey the tall honorable law and order ma'am everything that has onedimensional about this story he comes three dimensional in audio it dramatizes the scene poses the journalistic process and its human is this the reporter michael schmidt becomes much more than just a black byline beneath the headline and the new york times this journalistic monolith delivered from upon high become something unexpectedly intimate and accessible which starts to answer the question why are we living in this audio moment and america's newsrooms and we really are this is a moment for audio in the newsroom why is the daily the new york times daily news podcast the number one new podcast in the world why hasn't been downloaded two hundred million times this year its first year why are the washington post and the wall street journal now investing in audio teams of their own why did vox higher multiple producers and higher host from public radio to launch its own daily news show next week.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

Recode Replay

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Recode Replay

"Hi i'm care swisher executive editor of recode thanks for listening to reco replay here's an interview from the two thousand eighteen code media conference may eleventh is one of the biggest news days of 2017 the new york times says just broken a story that in the midst of an investigation by the fbi into the trump campaign ties to russia president trump asked his fbi director james comey for a pledge of loyalty my colleague mike schmidt breaks the story here's how it looked okay pretty standard here's how it sounded hey hey for got the sovietera cancun slim you sean how how did did you you do do that that i told my needs to call the office but the problem is i got my laptop on the other side can't goes here and we're afraid some russian spy is gonna take it i got to keep my eyes on it michael smith called us some the only land he could signed so mike what did you find the going it fired on tuesday i go in the office seven am on wednesday morning we're just trying to figure out what the heck happened and stir making some calls early guys his well there's this dinner i said what do you mean there's this dinner he hit his dinner that call we had at the white house with trump i said well war was well i don't know everything about iowa search all squarely i said well you gotta telling where you gotta tell war warren basically throughout the rest of the day what i figure out at six seven days after trump was sworn in komi get so into the white house by trump for dinner at one on one dinner no one in the room no eight only servers.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Modern Love

Modern Love

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Modern Love

"And she says like as the equivalent of like you can break up with me i i'm not even going out with you hence the shoes the mehta says that julie story reminded her of her own dating life while i've definitely had a silly new york flings that were hard to understand because of miscommunication or a lack of communication just being frustrated with a guy who you're not even serious with but he still like gum because they're the physical aspect i mean yeah i julie may as well have been writing one of my exploits earlier in my years living in new york six years the meda her stand up special is called pizza mind and she host the podcast united states of music next week kristin scott thomas who stars in the film darkest hour she reason essay about a woman who's afraid that she and her husband have nothing left to talk about we decided to give talking a real guy that night we sat purposefully on the couch we put away the computers we silence starring as we looked at each other and smiled lease it to might wine what he wanted to look back i asked what are you to fat he asked he stands he shut us the the modern love is the production of the new york times and wbur boston's npr station it's produced directed an edited by jessica alpert john perotti ameri secrets in and kaitlan akif additional sound design by matt read the idea for the modern love podcast was conceived by lisa tobin iras adler our executive producer daniel jones is the editor of modern love for the new york times and adviser to the show music for the podcast courtesy of apm american chakrabarti see you next week.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on The Daily

"Um this say i know out of nowhere i just here big whom in my head just throwing incentive there will soon as my was hysteria tried the get myself back of it i see this is one baseley laying oh my window you know anna ounce highest grass like mice when of seeing so i think i kinda winced was shot at close my eyes i think mom less out shaking uh i don't recall addis will in my eyes not remember dis dis panicking ideas what has solvable aca he it was a brief day it added z races the crowded observed was standing up for some it was ashley ills amazing to watch you know so many people shout shiny black lives matter it was amazing to watch so many white people warden black people who were dorna in i never saw that before to be honest with you i feel at debt that right the notre dame's piece slowly staying up for something in our hill road losing five seconds such swamps that that affect knee that affect makes no you can be walking down the street peacefully you're abuses and just because you guessing by hatred in harm you lack of egon have his you know something is wrong with his the daily is produced by fuel belka lindsay garrison rachel quest her any brown andy mills and christopher worth lisa tobin is our executive producer samantha hennig his our editorial director are theme music is by jim brown berg and ben lands ferc of wunderle special thanks to sam don't martha daniel mckay labou chard francis robe less dan powell dandies ula and pedrosa's auto that's it for the daily i'm michael barr borrow sia monday.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on The Daily

"While the defense department referred questions back to the white house what is the policy was the president aware that he can't make policy changes the statements on twitter at the pentagon is saying he was making the announcement of the policy change so the yup in formulated but like i said they were going to have to work out the details on how that all moves forward to lawfully implement that policy change from this point and not since british through faded visit an eightteam fourteen as the white house had so many fires to put out in an expletive filled interview with the new yorker magazine the president's new communications director anthony scaramucci called the white house chief of staff reince priebus oh quote paranoid schizophrenic leaker and vowed to get him fired scaramucci also suggested that white house aides would be prosecuted for leaking embarrassing information about him and said quote i have three to four people all fire tomorrow because he suspected them of being disloyal to the president scaramucci later released a statement but did not apologise quote i sometimes used colorful language i will refrain in this arena he said but not give up the passionate fight for donald trump's agenda the daily is produced by theo balcony lindsay garrison ritual or andy mills and christopher worth lisa tobin is our executive producer cement the hennick is our editorial director are theme music is by jim brown berg and been lands for of wunderle special thanks to martha daniel michaela bouchard peter sale and pedroso's auto.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on Dear Sugar

Dear Sugar

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on Dear Sugar

"From the serious business of life to return to that idea that freud expressed today whatever we think about him we're judging the wrong things when we worry excessively about the money right rich aso yunos young woman is worrying a lot about the money should be worrying about the work and the world that she needs to pay attention to to make that work right and this poor woman who shot an herself into poverty is focused on the next spend on money but monies just the symptom in a way i think what what the american system does maybe the human system is distracts us with money it's not the root of all evil but it's the root of a tremendous amount of distraction on the more serious business that was supposed to be doing whether it's making art or parenting or just getting through the day day about jessica radio is her days of produced in edited by lisa tobin does not perhaps brits in fact written hard and she's written fashion a truly what matters engineering and production how pipe jim brandeburg yes coming to you from portland oregon please raise your letter as we love to hear from your we read everything he found last your problems your sorrows your cigarettes if he backed south yes our email address is dear sugar radio gmailcom and you can listen and were subscribe on i tuned to go the wbur dot org website and we very much hope will be in your ear again next week.

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"lisa tobin" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"lisa tobin" Discussed on The Daily

"Michael thank you thanks for both here's what else you need to notredame during connie's testimony on thursday he disputed an article published in the times in february that described repeated contacts between president trump's advisers and russian intelligence officials so again so the american people can understand is that report by the new york times was not true is that a fair statement in the main who was not true with an any again all of you know this merican people don't of the challenge that i'm not picking on reporters about riding stories about classified information is the people talking about it often don't really know what's going on the times is standing by the story and since its publication the times and other news organizations have documented contacts between trump advisers and russian intelligence officials which are now the focus of federal investigations and the prime minister theresa may has lost her party's majority in parliament after an election in britain on thursday may had taken a bet in calling the election three years early hoping to win a mandate to see her through difficult negotiations with the european union as britain withdraws the daily is produced by deal balco lindsey garrisoned rachel quest her an anti mills lisa tobin is our executive producer samantha hennick is our editorial director are theme music is by jim bunbury end bend lands for of wonder special thanks to samdahl nick peter sale peddler was otto and mikhailov who shop.

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