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"marto" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"And while you're there get an extra ten percents off using offer code twist so As many of you know music has changed a lot since many of us kids in the seventies and eighties there were musicians and they played instruments. But then this wonderful thing called a computer came out. Bill gates. Put one steve jobs but one in every home now we have not only one in every home. We have one in every pocket. One attached to every tv and music has advanced massively. Many of you know that sampling in hip hop became a very very big trend. You know even from the late seventies rappers sugarhill gang. I think being one of the first to use a sample and since that time people with their laptops have been creating their own music but it is fraught with intellectual property issues. And you are only as good as to collaborators as you could get in one room studio musicians and and having the money to get a band together kind of determine if you were gonna make breakout success but because of the internet and because of sampling and now because of splice. You can make incredible songs with a team of collaborators and you don't even have to be in the same room and great music is being made. Some people might argue. Are these musicians. Are they just sampling stuff and remixing cookers. It's got a great beat. People like to dance to it. People like to work out to it. I'm not going to be twenty about it. then again. My musicians mark knopfler for for my money on the top five guitarist of all time. Top five Songwriters of all time. But you know. I'm not going to be here and be an okay boomer today on the program steve gonna hope i get this right in front. When when i'm in italy italy mar to- cheat or mark toasty. If you're in italy's you're probably be saying marto cheap. But my family here in the us says marcos martos. Yeah that makes sense Now you're the ceo and co founder of splice which started back in twenty thirteen. You'll also started to other companies. I remember group me Own group may or knows group now. Hurt me group me Which broke out at. I think south by southwest or at least. That's where i became aware of it. You so that's a skype arguably sold early we'll talk about that But no regrets. You got a nice win out of it. then. I think you did blade. Helicopter company am my right about that. Oh founded blade as well yes. Co-founded blade that the uber of helicopters. Which i think is still operating and doing quite well done great and you start at splice. Which if you haven't seen it or not in the music business spice dot com cost ten bucks a month. I think and you get and there's i believe i'm going to say there's hundreds of thousands of people paying for this already. It might have been broken. A million but people don't know this in steve. You'll correct me if i'm wrong. In terms of people making music today we are aware of you know thousands of artist on spotify but correct me. If i'm wrong that there are millions if not tens of millions of people on a global basis making music as a hobby a passion and some number of them are using splice crack. One hundred. thank you thanks for having me. This is The super fun and taking time after the pool until you go back to the fund so Yeah look. I think that music creation i mean if you think about it you know we like to say a third of the world tries to make music at some point like think about playing recorder in elementary school and public school and people who have banged on drums. And it's just been this hard you know. There's a hard learning curve. And a lotta people drop off. And i'm like oh. I'm not musical but software can change that you might not have as much rhythm or the dexterity or have to play guitar. The first time you get the fingering right on the cords but like software has a chance to keep you engaged longer and yeah there are tens of millions of people creating now and i think you know with things like araj banned everywhere and all the mobile apps. You could see that being a nine figure number and you have hundreds of thousands hundreds of thousands of subscribers millions of registered users and. Yeah and people like our lifelong musicians like it's the really great. We wanted to be a pretty sad day when when you cancel your splice account..
"marto" Discussed on Some Would Play
"Do. I would like to wild shape into a giant eagle. Sure and i'd like fly around and he's hairs embraced to see if i can see them. You can't you do see an aura around a big fucking dragon. Looking guy martelle marto. Yeah you do. See to fate auras at the weapon shop and the Armor smith okay. I know who guys are anybody else that you guys haven't met yet. No that's it for now. I go back in backing away in still an eagle eye land and then turned back into joy. Okay yeah now should. It's an animal sheets i'd series. I didn't see anything. I disarmed normal. Who already know bastards so Here's another swig. Brosio assist to the plan then for now. Your spells refreshed you feel fantastic. I want to see the skyline. Nothing have oh another scribe. I wanna know where that bitch yet. You dude until for twenty four hours even after a swig ambrose. That's why i gave you to make her feel better. I mean it did an extra wild shame exactly off shifts is good. Spot can be. I mean we're never going to always fast forward until eleven pm. Start the session. Yeah anyways that'll do this evening for someone playing. Thanks for listening guys. Listen next week as the the adventure continues and the investigation.
Neil Youngs Lost Classics
"It's neil young's archives volume two thousand nine hundred seventy two two nine hundred seventy six. We have with us ed martos. Andy greene rob sheffield and david brown to talk about this box. Set andy maybe set us up with both the significance of neil young's archives as a thing. Judging by this rate. I guess he is about ten more archives at least to go and then also just this incredible period. I think this is one of my personal one of my favorite periods by any artist. Ever so they have a box focusing on. It is pretty dreamlike. But andy go. It's a really amazing thing. 'cause back in the eighties. He started talking about archives of box sets and it was every interview he gave for years. But he didn't put it out intil. Two thousand seven endows the start of his career through harvest which is great stuff but my favorite period is the mid seventies and this is the period when he wrote songs at a psychotic rate. He wrote songs so fast that there are many albums that he shelved completely and he finally did the seventy two to seventy six. It's ten cds. There sixty three songs had never been heard before which is astounding because skied an album. Or two for your back than antes released the time since then. So this is the mother load of sort of the four best years maybe of his career at a songwriter. And when you think of it being the best four years of one of the best players of all time you start to grasp the significance of this project rob. Maybe you can explain. I presume you agree that this was certainly a peak period enough to agree that peak period for neil. What's great about this period for you of new young. Well this is a period. Where he what is most oft quoted lines ever where he got tired of the middle of the road and he headed for the ditch
"marto" Discussed on Al otro lado del micrófono
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Girl, 16, takes over as prime minister of Finland for the day
"Girl got two actors Finland's prime minister yesterday it was part of what is called the girls take over program. The program, part of the UN's international day of the girl, Eva Marto took the reins from Finland's prime minister, Sana Marin for a day to promote technology. Gender equality on that was the theme of this year's campaign girls access to technology is significant Global equality issue. That needs to be taken seriously. So said Gender equality ambitions will fall short as long those girls were pushed aside from using and developing technology. She said. Girls to have a digital future. And that is why girls should have a voice in technology. So of Finland, watching as that went down,
"marto" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"The dozens of people killed and hundreds who were injured three years ago at the route 91 Harvest Festival were remembered it a small ceremony attended by the governor. Las Vegas mayor victims whose family members died and the sheriff Gela Marto, the thoughts of that tragic night and its aftermath, still bring back Painful emotions, the shock and the confusion. It does not fade from one's memory, Lombardo said. Two additional people who had been injured in the shooting have since died, bringing the total number of those killed 2 60. Just this week, A judge finally approved $800 million in payouts from MGM to more than 4000 victims and Jessica Rosenthal. Fox NEWS The American Medical Association is asking the U. S. Supreme Court to strike down a Trump administration rule that's impacting the family planning program, known as Title 10. The rule prohibits clinics from referring women for abortions. Federal appeals appeals courts have offered split decisions on the legality. Thie eh, NBA commissioner is hoping some things can get back to normal next year. The only MBA fans we have seen at games in the N B, a bubble our virtual digital images, but warm blooded bodies could be back in the seats of nb arenas next season. In his annual address before the MBA Finals, League Commissioner Adam Silver said the goal was to begin next season in January. With teams being able to play games in their home. Marina's not within a secluded campus outside Orlando. Marta, where the MBA has successfully operated free of any covert outbreak, and silver said. As for fans and seats, it's certainly our goal. It's dependent on some additional advancements, rapid testing, he said. Maybe the key here Alex is Jared Max. Game two of the MBA finals is tomorrow between the Lakers and the Heat. Ella took Game one. Meantime, baseball announcing it does plan to allow some 11,000 fans nationally.
"marto" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"News, traffic and weather. THISS is news radio F L A Tampa W x TV HD to Clearwater. I'm Reid Shepherd. Our top story at three o'clock, backed by dozens of county sheriffs, local police chiefs and state legislative leaders, governor to Satis is proposing what he calls the boldest and most comprehensive package of bills in the country. To deal with violent protests and attacks on police officers. Governor says his bill lays out clear and predictable penalties for violence and would classify several things as felonies, including blocking traffic, harassing innocent people and tearing down monuments. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd was among those on hand. The men and women in the law enforcement who you threw a brick at today. We'll jump in a river to keep you from drowning tonight. I want you to remember that. We're not the enemies. Where your friend where your friend when you don't have any friends governor also says he won't permit local communities to defund the police. Or, he says Florida will defund you. Search is underway for a car Jacker who's stolen SUV full of kids in Polk County, Marto. Police say a mother had just finished strapping in her three Children in their Kia Sorrento when an armed man pointed a gun at her and told her to get out of the SUV. A gunman and a second suspect, then drove off with the car and the kids. Two of the Children were found in the roadway on a residential street. The third was found at a different location. All three are now safe. The vehicle was found in Tampa and 25 year old Dish on Newland was taken into custody. The second suspect is still at large. Chris Trunk MAN NewsRadio W F L A ST Petersburg police are still on scene along the Penelope's trail near the twin Brooks golf course after a body was found inside the trunk of a burning car on the trail near 41st Street, South and 22nd Avenue. The remains were discovered after the fire was put out. Police have not yet been able to determine victim's race or gender. I'm Reid Shepherd news radio Wofl This is a Bloomberg money minute. All the political and virus uncertainty as well as a financial scandal have sparked a major sell off on Wall Street. The Dow was down 836 points 3% the S and P is down 2.4% while the NASDAQ is down, 1.6%. Among the biggest losers. Bank stocks they're tanking after a report suggesting that global banks allowed money laundering. FedEx says it has no plans for robots to replace pilots. But it wants to use more small planes without pilots to deliver cargo CEO Fred Smith, telling shareholders that autonomous aircraft would be used to service remote areas..
Barbie announces 2020 'Día de Muertos' doll
"Dave, Where does Barbie doll they lost Martos once, says Dia Day Muertos here close. It celebrates the Mexican tradition of honoring loved ones who have who have died. The doll is wearing a lace embroidered dress and as face paint. Ah Barbie says it pays tribute to the customs of families around the world. This is the second edition comes with a certificate of authenticity, by the way, it costs $75.0. Yeah. Wow. Pricey barbecue would match my bike, though I have a dia dia de los Muertos bike, sugar skulls all over it made here in San Diego. Oh, very nice, Just letting you know So Ellen is
"marto" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To speak Jackson Hole on Thursday. I believe that your Powell is going to have a framework review of monetary policy, and I think one of the things that will come out of some of the patients that he's been Looking at his average inflation targeting With Apple stock soaring, Tim Cook is cruising toward another big payout. Barring a precipitous drop in Apple's shares. Cook will get 560,000 shares today worth combined $278 million As of Friday's closed Apple shares their up now by 1% at 502 19 recapping equities higher as some Peter record of 25. 10th of 1%. I'm Charlie Pellet. That's a Bloomberg business Flash. This is Bloomberg markets with Paul Sweeney and Bunny Quinn on Bloomberg Radio. It's been a tough time for small business, to say the least. It's a tougher time trying to reopen, See whether it's viable, then maybe have to shut down again have customer complaints for various reasons, because everybody is on edge right now. Let's talk to somebody who's been speaking with various businesses on doing a survey on them. J. D. Marto joins us now from TD Bank. He's head of commercial distribution at the bank, and they do a small business survey talking to 750 small businesses. A J. What's the latest one telling us? What are the main concerns right now are the main worries for small business? Well. Bonnie was an interesting survey. As you said, we talked to 750 small businesses and The odd revenue left $10 million. So you know fairly small, but probably the interesting dynamic is 60% of them. Have revenue left $500,000 in 60% had less than five employees. They're really small. You know, Probably the big takeaway was 80% and have a disaster plan kind of coming into the Corona virus pandemic. I'd say many of them were very resilient. 70% of them made changes to reduce costs because they had to, obviously, with revenue being disrupted and 50% made. Improvements to increase revenue, so those should help them going forward. You know, through a second wave are also just be a U returns hopefully sometime next year. Are any of them expecting to make a profit or even a salary for the owners this year? You know? 42% of them said they weren't gonna have a negative revenue impact, which was very pleasantly surprised to hear that. Well, obviously the converse of that 50% of them said they were going to have a negative revenue impact. 36% of them said it was more than 10%. But if you think we do these surveys every year, a TD bank There's always a third of the companies who think the revenue is going to be destructive by 10%. So you know revenues is lighter for all of them. They do span. The survey spans every industry, right, So you've got professionals in their mixed with construction companies. Professionals are still working. Construction companies are still working. Retail and food were highly impacted. As you know, so a lot of them did have a negative impact. You know, 50 per cent did But they really kind of weather through the storm with programs like PPP or just changing their business processes. Yeah, I mean, the amount of, you know, legal help. I'm sure many of them needed that they would have needed before and No, even trying to figure out the PPP application process and so on. Must have been so difficult for so many of them. How many of them were not in business anymore that you reached out to Only 10% said they were going to go out of business and You know, PPP TD bank. We were very large participant in the program. We operate in 13 states but were the sixth largest Participate in the program. And you know, it was probably a little rough for some of them kind of coming into it back in early May, But I tell you, you know, we ourselves processed 86,000 loans, which is pretty incredible, were the largest SPL under the FDA in Treasury roll that program out. Where the fourth largest in the country just operating on 13 states for normal SB seven a loans we do 3000 year and about what I said We didn't we had 86,000 of those loans, so people got the hang of it. Even that was a little you know, Bumpy at the beginning, but Treasury. The FDA and the banking system didn't incredible job to get all that money out the door. I do see some concerns out there about repayment about whether you know everything was followed to the letter of the law on DH. You know, there are many small business owners and individuals indeed worried that they're going to be on the hook for repayment when they really thought that they wouldn't be or Or that they be Charged a very, very low interest rate, will anybody because in the net like that, you know, even by accident. You know, we've been talking to all of our customers. The forgiveness window is just starting now, you know, customer's going to come back to us and apply. What you're saying is if they're alone, completely forgiven, in essence, turning into a grant and lots of them. You understand the rules understand what they were supposed to spend the money on which is basically a very simple payroll or utilities or mortgage payments, And it's expanded The window was originally to spend it all in a week. That kind of gotten expanded a 20 for weeks yet very long window to spend it. I think many of them did spend it on the appropriate things. There is no process kicks off. Well, we're here to help in. Many of the banks are out there to help customers walked them through the process of how to get there. Most forgiving. It felt the forms and things like that. And finally J. How many of the businesses that were brick and mortar or, you know in person businesses went online fully and will never go back to brick and mortar. Oregon You know, it was really interesting. When I was beginning. Ah, lot of businesses were resilient. 50% made changes to improve revenue. And all the changes they made were things like curbside delivery online presence. On many of them. It's a little bit interesting. A lot of them coming into the pandemic. Don't don't have a line of credit. Many businesses in that size only 20% roughly have a line of credit. And when you have a revenue destruction you find you really need it. And only 33. A man in a digital way. So most of them can't we take cash and cheque, which is pretty remarkable. Me. So you know, all those changes really got forced through this period there. As you said, they're really gonna help. As business comes back to normal. They're all going to be no position for more flexibility. J. Thank you for bringing us those results. We look forward to the very next one J Day. Marceau is head of commercial distribution at TD Bank. Now let's get some world and national News headlines Problem. Nathan Hager in.
Washington, D.C. - House Approves Bill To Create Smithsonian Museum For American Latinos
"A Smithsonian National Museum of the American Latino is one step closer to becoming a reality. The House approved a bill last week with bipartisan support in favor of it. And while the road to the museum opening is still long, the bill is sparking celebration and conversation within Latino communities. Here's NPR's Isabella Gomez. Salsa singer Celia Cruz. The traditions of the Dialogues, Martos Holiday alone is worth and the farm workers movement. The Smithsonian Museum of the American Latino can potentially explore Ah lot of the contributions of latte next people in the United States, but there are still logistics to work out. The bill now goes to the Senate. Then it gets signed by the White House, then the government to determine how much the museum will cost and where it will be. The location is going to be the biggest concern for me. That's a story the Rodriguez who's been lobbying for the creation of this museum for the past 15 years. And he knows where in Washington he wants it to be. You cannot Not be on the national Mall. There's also the cost, half of which will likely come from the federal government. The rest will be from donors. We all remember stories of how really stepped up for the American resume. We need to make sure that we have our donors like an overwintering. Bodegas estimates that building the museum from Scratch could take another 10 years, which gives lots of time to air some skepticism. Can one museum really encapsulate so many different cultures and experiences? Will it expand on what? Letting me that or let next identity looks like for Afro Latinos and indigenous people? My immediate reaction is I'm nervous simply because The branding of Latino lad, especially by stands. Broadcasting doesn't reflect the fact that Afro Latinos exists. That's got the knack Liston from Boston who studies the history of music in Latin ex culture. She says she thinks the museum is a good opportunity to finally have some tough conversations on race. Gender immigration. I think this is Ah, very exciting Start. If I'm gonna be honest, I do think that there's definitely a way for us to get it right. It just requires a level of honestly, I think some people are now becoming aware of that we didn't have before. And she's not the only one with some pause. Bala Santos is a museum educator in Chicago. She says she doesn't want the Smithsonian to brush over the struggles. Immigrants face when they come here. With an overly optimistic message. I would love to have Ah latte next museum where you could say they're actually structural inequities here. And it isn't about cease up. Whether it's about how are we setting up our society's? That's why museum champion is toward the Rodriguez says. Now is the time for people to raise their voices and explore those tensions. These are all historical moments they need to be laid out. It's not a story that's going to be very clean and print. That's not what we're trying to do, and it's not on the shoulders of one single Smithsonian Institution to tell that story. Well, a Santos says Now is the time for all museums across the US to reevaluate how they convey Latin ex
"marto" Discussed on WSB-AM
"$10,000 reward is being offered now to find the killer. Of an eight year old girl. She was in the car with her mom. They were just trying to turn around on University Avenue near Wendy's when their car was shot up, Tired nation is the birth gathering of people. Proclaiming that black lives matter. And then you have two black man. Shoot a baby. In the backseat of a car. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms calling forward into these armed protestors, setting up barricades outside that restaurant where Ray shard Brooks was killed in this morning. We understand that Atlanta police and sanitation crews are on the scene now removing items from outside that Wendy's where Brooks were shot and killed by an officer last month, so they're in the process of cleaning it up now. 76 degrees on Peachtree Street, Hazy and humid today, looking for an afternoon high of 84. We do a pretty good chance of on off showers at Lina's most accurate in dependable forecast with Kirk Mellish is coming up as Corona virus cases here and George are on the rise. The transit system doesn't require them. But beginning today, Marta is offering its passengers Face mask. Up to two million masks will be offered each morning at transit stations. Masks aren't a requirement to ride. But with covert 19 cases spiking, Marta says it's trying to keep passengers safe. In addition to its new cleaning protocols, the masks will be distributed by uniformed station agents and volunteers wearing red team Marto shirts based on ridership demand, the distribution could be extended to evenings and weekends. Chris Camp, 95.5. WSB and CDC here in Atlanta does require face coverings, and they also recommend that you stay six feet apart. They say that the face coverings do not take place of social distancing. So what about the symptoms of Corona virus? Atlanta CDC now adding congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea as signs of covert 19 these new symptoms. Are in addition to shortness of breath, cough and fever, as well as chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and loss of taste, or smell. If you have any of those symptoms, they do recommend that.
"marto" Discussed on Book of Basketball 2.0
"I don't know if you know this, but I used to be a writer. And in my column, which year two and stuff? Yeah yeah some stuff for ESPN DOT COM as the DAB on it and. I used to have a lot of phone with Chris Paul Darren Williams saying because the Utah fans because they lose their fucking minds and user like militant. And I rarely point in my flag in like a true trolling way with my call that, but that was the one where I couldn't resist and I had this calm in two thousand eight like four weeks into the season So it was a twenty questions question nine was. Is there dumb argument in sports than Chris Paul Darren Williams, which is a theme I'd said, so I wrote I, argued before the season passionately that Paul is in a different league and earn myself a few death threats from the Salt Lake City area per exactly stay classy Utah that was true. But it seemed like the rest of us aren't making this up. 'cause I e SPN and six. It was dealing with the same stuff on the radio show. Go ahead. Go Fuck Yourself so then I wrote. Check out their two thousand nine stats through four weeks. And it was Chris Paul was Twenty and twelve. But Williams was hurt, so windsor stats were like seven points eight says he only played like two games, and that's a landside. Can we stop arguing about this? Clearly a joke, you tough loss survives hey. WHAT THE FUCK! It was really always funny to do so anyway. Chris pollens up winning that and. When he falls to New Orleans at number four. Incredible moment. 'cause, this is basically a draft with three signature. Guys. I'm including Bogut, and then it drops off a little into this Marvin Williams who knows? Are these guys going to make it and new? Orleans needed a centerpiece for ever and then Chris. Paul just falls into their lap. It was clear what had happened. This is like wow. This is going to be a transformative pick. Especially, because now. He has the chip on his shoulder so. All that happens. The bogut thing. We knew this was bad when it happened. I, actually would argue that he's probably turned out a little bit better than maybe our expectations were by two thousand five. We had such shit detector for centers going to high in an NBA draft. who had some flaws? It was it was the all time A. And with him, so I wrote. Quote I thought he was going to be the next. Bill Wennington until last week when I found out, he was only twenty years old now. I'd like to upgrade that prediction to the poor man's sure Mickey. That's what I wrote that week in the draft I thought he was going to be bust. What did you think I did not? I liked him I did now. Dan I like Marvin. Williams too much. I like Marto Webster too much and I've got a couple of other misses that we're going to, but I liked bogut because. Of going back and looking at that stuff, he just. He's playing smarter offense and we saw it later on at the end of his golden state years. This guy just kind of understood what needed to be done all the time and by a second year. You're realizing as twelve in almost ten. And he his field goal percentage like there's just all these numbers. You're going, okay. Maybe he's not going to dominate like Dwight Howard back in those times. He's not going to be this hall of Fame Center but this guy's really smart. He's really productive and he was so good on defense. For help stuff like he was, he was really smart and understood kind of like I. Here's my assignment now, but what can I see? How can I? How can do some stuff and the stuff? He was doing with Golden State when he was actually healthy, which is a huge problem with his whole career, but bogut was going to be really good if If he doesn't have his arm shatter in that way I think it's a march. Datta Myers third team. All NBA forgotten about and so yeah, and the redraft you still have to factor in. He couldn't stay healthy from that moment on, but he was if healthy, he was trending towards the guy that was going to make a lot of all star Games. Two Thousand Eight to two thousand eleven, fourteen and ten with two point one blocks a game thirteen, and then in two thousand ten. The defense was the underrated piece to him. He was a very good old school defensive center when he could move around, and he could use both of his arms correctly, and the the issue with him was just keeping him on the court. The Elbow Injury was a fluke, but then at US I kept forgetting how bad it kept getting after that it all kinds of shit happened what I liked about him was defensively. He could be the anchor. And then offensively he was he. You know the assistant back it up as much as I thought, but I always thought he had a nice feel for the game. The moving and that's. GOLDEN STATE I don't know if he could have been the best player in a title team. But I think he could have been the second. Best player stayed healthy, and that was way more than I. Thought was expecting in Oh five, and it's too bad. That's it's an underrated sucky injury. Because again. He's twenty in this draft. And he didn't have like you know. He ended up having leg issues later, but that Oba thing is a fluke that could happen to any player in the league, and it's just. It's just a bummer..
"marto" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Percent chance of storms and a high of eighty six. I'm channel two action news, meteorologist Brad Nitz WSB. All right. So isolated storms today, better chance. Tha? Morrogh now seventy three degrees in midtown Atlanta. What's happening in the morning drive? The nobody who has become a carrier sky-copter. It's Mark McKay. Twenty westbound exit forty one with the volume picking up the construction zone. The painting work being done in two right lanes memorial bridge downright I twenty. Fulton County moving well by seventy five hundred seventy five issue free Marto Cobb County doctor for one hundred four hundred down picking volume but still no major delays still an alternate for side of the northern Fulton County deaths and new trouble northeast market traffic. Uber's on eighty five south to south of the Jimmy Carter boulevard, exit, a crash was in the two right lanes. Look alive. The WSB jam Cam now appears to be off to the right shoulder. But it is causing some inbound delays heading down from Jimmy Carter boulevard heading for beaver ruin road to Jimmy Carter boulevard, but you don't need an alternate route three sixteen westbound slowing before and after SugarLoaf Parkway. This brought to you by Haggerty. Hey, Georgia need collector, car insurance only Haggerty is expertise and passion. Protect your car, quote at Haggerty dot com slash south or with your local agent triple team traffic WSB. Anybody? Stop you Anna brave. See that beatdown yesterday at SunTrust park, the Braves beat the Phillies fifteen one now lead the National League east Braves. New by two and a half games and that's come to town tonight, late SunTrust park. That'd be another huge crowd loved as lot more to come in Atlanta's morning news after a short break.
"marto" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Better to marry than a plastic. Look at what he's done already. When she was a botched star. Totally kidding. I'm totally kidding. This is one of my favorite things about the proposal, as they went out on a Duffy, Boeton Duffy boat, apparently only goals like five miles per hour. And they went under this bridge, and on the bridge, his Terry who, you know, Terry wary from his partner who's married to the housewife from Orange County, s someone posted on the bridge picture of problem NASA of him, and they go under the bridge like five miles an hour, and she's like, wiser picture of you on the bridge. And so he turns around the boat and, and she says, wiser picture of you and not of me. Hello, twenty six year old and it says, where you marry me. But she didn't catch that. She's like why picture of me about me. Maybe she somebody who are is like an old soul, and she doesn't really want to go out, and she just is ready for, you know, you don't believe. He was married to Adrian who we, if you look at her face, and you think that's the doctor I want to go to she was so young and beautiful. But honestly, she, she looks like I don't know what these guys have ever face got the Beverly, you can't tell she's forty or eighty listen, that's the only way of fifty six year old can get a twenty seven year old is money. Kosei. I'll have a baby and I'll get the check to me reverse. Right. Because he's gonna wanna have kid. Okay. Miranda Lambert's rep shutdown star magazine. They have a cover story here. It is Miranda. Lamberts worse nightmare. Her cop husband, Brendan, can you believe she's married to this guy, anyway? The story is maranda once branding to give up his New York City life and move fulltime to Nashville, so they can have a baby. I don't for once I on this, I believe Marandus rep, when she said that this story is completely made up that one, I owed is true, but they are happy and together. In other words, she likes it that she has a long distance marriage. Oh, I think it works. That's perfect for her because she likes to she likes to be married in cat around possibly as for Lambert can't believe she's had one failed romance after another. Well, you know, by the time you're thirty three or thirty two you've had a failed romance or two anyway. That is a completely made up story by star God, because I do think maranda loves it that her husband lives in New York. It's perfect for her. It really is. Okay. Bays. Those Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez or hanging out in Florida amid reports that the Saudi prince wants bays those dead. The Washington Post average of Khashoggi miss Shoghi there in the ocean cay resort and key west. They seemed relaxed by said, really I loved it in every report, they always say they bonded over planes and flying like is that what they call it now and jobs in BJ's planes that she drove helicopters. Yeah. Sir. Gilbert, let's Hollywood speak. She said, why she said? Yes. To the Connors note of the talk. Right. She said something had to give. And I've been lucky enough to do the talk show for nine years as like okay? I've done that I've fully explored it. She wants to get into producing. She doesn't. She said it was so hard for her to talk about a person's life. She's an extremely private person when you're on public show like the talk like this. You have to talk about your life would be boring. Yeah. We need to know opened up the least, I bet it was a grind. I that she's happy. She's very to act more. She wants to produce Marto Tiffany sin was asked about going on the Beverly Hills ninety two ano-. She had a nice little shady answer still entertainment tonight. I'm actually shoot shooting season three of election Katie right now. And I looked away. I dunno third season. It's on that, and what it's about, and it looks really cute. I think it's a tween show and she plays like a mom or something. It's two girls that go from middle school and they're going into high school. One of the girls. Alexa, one half of election. Katie is diagnosed with cancer, and how they go through that together. Well, she also told entertainment tonight because they kept pressing her. What about a cameo? Tiffany replace. Shannen doherty. Yes. She to me. She doesn't even need to be on the reboot. 'cause nobody people were more. I saved.
"marto" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Catherine his colleagues dentist. More than two million DNA variations linked to obesity. He figures most of them are irrelevant, but his hunches hidden somewhere in there are few thousand meaningful variance in his risks score based on the two million variants does it if people who are most at risk of becoming severely obese the impact of the genetics start very early life in the preschool years around the age of three that means prevention efforts are more likely to succeed if they start in childhood, Catherine has a more philosophical take away from his work as well this work, hopefully will these stigmatize obesity and make it very similar to every other disease, which is a combination of both lifestyle and genetics. The findings were recently reported in the journal cell a lot of the broad conclusions aren't new scientists already knew that obesity has a strong genetic component. And other studies show that obese children are at high risk for becoming obese adults Cecile Yanssons epidemiologist at Emory University. Doesn't think much of this strategy of adding up the miniscule risks from millions of genetic variants to come up with a cumulative risk score. We do not know for sure that all variance better. So what is the value of doing something like this? Then I have no have no idea. This type of analysis doesn't reveal anything about the individual genes that are contributing to abusively which means you can't use it to understand the underlying biology. If abusively were a rare disease attest could be useful to identify people at elevated risk. But since it affects forty percent of Americans Yonsin says really prevention efforts should include everybody, it is not really answering if relevant questions from the biological perspective on singer question. From a clinical perspective Yanssons is among a group of scientists informally. Rebelling against the gene Centric way of looking at disease. It's frustrating for them to see so much effort poured into this kind of genetics works since the results often don't lead to meaningful actions. Theresa Marto who? Directs the behavior and health research unit at the university of Cambridge says scientists had hoped that using genetic information to inform people that they're at high risk of disease would make a difference. But no hiatus pest lights risk information. Hi, little if they impact on people's actually behavior you and Bernie who heads the European bioinformatics institute says the critics have a point one needs to do more than just be able to show a strong statistical dissociation when really needs to be up to show that you can use that to do an intervention. There are other cases where you can do that. He says, for example, by using this kind of risk score to identify people who don't know that they could benefit from cholesterol lowering drugs. So this strategy has its place he says along with its the missions, Richard Harris, NPR news..
"marto" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"<music> okay I demand that you to pick it up and continue where you go and here we are talking with piano. Marto Vic and the subject today is Revenue Operation Accruing approach to marketing and sales alignment Kiana. <hes> you know <hes> again we were just talking about your your sort of progression from marketing into sales and I personally think that it's fantastic that you have an expertise on on both certified of the Revenue Generation Coyne. How have you seen the rise the field of revenue operations impact marketing and sales well it all depends on the execution but if it's executed properly then it has a huge positive <hes> and when you think about that it's essentially consistency? Let's see I would say that's that's the key message rates from building consistent processes and metrics across the entire revenue generation engine. Do you think such as improved repre workflow and ultimately even improved customer experience give an example one of the things that revenue operations the role is to kind of create that continuity and go rapids now able to use one system and the hand handoff points hand off from marketing to sales. It's better and more tightly managed the customer experiences so much better right though I think it's had a huge impact on every level right to be operational savings kind of within accompanied the deficiencies be rep effort but also the customer experience it town. I do think it's about maturity in terms of an organization as they're growing from startup phase where they might be very product oriented sort of developing themselves that into moving to being extraordinarily customer centric and customer driven. Do you think that there's any relation to the maturity thirty of company or have you seen companies starting out saying customer is number one and we want to ensure that that experience across their entire sort of the life cycle or or their journey the customer journey is front concentre from the start. It's a bit of a bell curve. I think the companies do start wanting to add but your point they are very product focused and then comes the period. When it's you know it's all about the customer we have to start focusing on the customer more and of creating a better customer experience and then the company reaches a certain size and it could be due to the systems the backhand whatever it is he experienced starts to suffer again right so it's kind of goes through absence flow a little bit and then it becomes the right company wants to continue and who wants to be focused on that customer experience? I think it becomes <hes> front and center but there are companies obviously that for them it's always front and center major but I think for most companies it's a bit of an ebb and flow when you pull them back into the role of revenue operations and Revenue Generation Growing Company <hes> what we've seen is that companies companies that are much more customer centric will win at the end of the day you know obviously you've got to have a good product <hes> but how you're engaging with your your your customer and your audience is critical and I like the idea of attaching that back into a revenue operations when you've old this out and I know you've done this a few different companies. What are some of the challenges that companies have faced in trying to get really two revenue operations yeah I think? I think <hes> the biggest challenge is still today. The silos between marketing and sales a majority of the organizations have still have that silo right that separation <hes> which is actually you know you and I were talking about this which I think why we're seeing the rise of the consolidate revenue function and the Sierra role because I think <hes> more and more companies are realizing that this makes sense for the companies that are looking to improve that align than my advice would consider a consolidated revenue organization right. I think it makes a lot of sense who certainly dot may or may not be feasible right in every organization but at a minimum there should be an alignment on the measurement the reward model between marketing and sales and we're when you've been able to get this sort of fully enforce. What are some of the results that you've seen come out of that approach even company that I'm with right now fix software fix folks?.
"marto" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"To join the title for today's podcast revenue operations and we're focused on how the role of revenue operations is advancing marketing and sales alignment. We're going to explore the impact of the efforts across business. Jeans and Tiana is the director of sales operations and enablement at <hes> fix software and <hes>. I'm really excited to have her joining. I can do a little bit of a background quickly by way of introduction of Tiana and we can just dive into the conversation cool Tian and I actually we collaborated together in two thousand fourteen and I'm really excited to be chatting with her again. You know she's just incredibly smart professional in this field and <hes> we worked together when market wired <hes> brought us in Dan brought in demand lab to work on their MARCHETTO programs and <hes> we were able to connect when some of those projects reached into the sales ops in the operation side at the the help right so around C._R._M.. <hes> Lead Life Cycle Michael that the handover between marketing to sales her career started in marketing which I also think is a really unique advantage where she knows she started off there really early on using marketing automation with a real emphasis around operations nations and analytics fat is actually lead her into sales operations and enablement found that that really was her sort of true calling. If you will town is also the founding member of sales enablement societies Toronto chapter. She goes through very reactive contributor to the revenue operations networks so I'm really excited to have you joining us today. He's got such a storm history such a great passion for Building Revenue Functions and teams <hes> from scratch. I think this is going to be a really early from topic for us to discuss together first of all Bay Colo- to your own and to your listeners into Paul. I'm super excited to be joining today's podcast so thank you very much for having me. You're right. It's been quite some time for four years and counting so I'm very very excited that I have a chance to collaborate again wonderful cool. You know what I thought we might do. Actually before we dive into the topic to define two of the areas that you specialize in I'd love it if you could share a little bit about how you think of sales operations and sales enablement and how they intersect in sort of build intersect with marketing and build up into this overarching field of revenue operation operation. I think it's a great start and it's a great first question actually goes right to the heart of the matter I think to some extent even the industry is somewhat confused about what sales operations is. What is sales enablement? Ullman <hes> how do they intersect. What do I think that comes from the fact that in the last couple of years we've seen a lot of buzz in the industry <hes> in the tech industry around sales enablement for those of you who kind of been following the probably know that neither sales operations nor sales enablement our new concept I think they're just coming back into the focus and I think that their scope is changing rapidly changing changing through the tech startup space essentially I have personally a slightly different view from what I would call majority of professionals out there I've you both of these sales enablement functions? They're both both enablement to me but they are on Metro. I don't necessarily think that they are one and the same but I do believe that they're both in the service of what I define as true sales enablement and let me give an example run on kind of one extreme is the operational things such as running a sales report and people may think of that as yeah. It's okay it's just sales report but it really is a sales enablement when you think about that because it enables the leaders and the wraps and executives to understand better the business on the other side of the spectrum would be things such as creating content for the sales team and running sales training. This is also a form of sales enablement so again I viewed him as a spectrum and one side is more the operational enablement of the spectrum the extreme on the other side would be performance coaching and for those of you who are saying billions which I am. I'm a huge fan of billions. There's a character by the name of Wendy Roads and this is what Wendy Roads essentially does she makes sure that sales reps working with hedge funds are always ready and at their best the I would call all that spectrum and I would. I viewed this as all sales enablement that makes a lot of sense and I think it would be difficult for us to actually silo these this work in these functions at the end of the day. I haven't actually watched billions now. I'm going to have to go and check that out. Lightning how sales enablement and operations is ultimately at the service of the sales team and supporting reaching their goals certainly rings true for the way that we think about sales enablement and you know it's interesting because I think oftentimes oftentimes when we hear that certainly goes to <hes> the marketing team right to enable sales to provide the tools that they need <hes> but ultimately also if they don't have the right insights and underwrite reporting. They're not gonNA get as far as they potentially could eat. One of the things that I think is really interesting about your background is that you've worked on the marketing side so you've got the up Marion's on both marketing and the sales aside in terms of revenue generation titties needy before we go too much further if you could share just briefly <hes> how your professional journey progressed east started in marketing then there's you know there with the tech boom around in your company's bringing a marketing automation and US getting much stronger around data analytics. Maybe can sure quickly how that flowed for you yeah definitely and I think you nailed it right on that marketing and sales enablement and are very much interconnected and that was my segue into sales enablement but we kind of go a step back. I did start on the marketing side started during the time when marketing wasn't as operationally focused right. It was all about creative and brand impressions and things that weren't very concrete like no one was really talking metrics that were this casper possibly branding precious but that was the extent of it right right so I kind of moved through marketing automation three Marketing Communications Branding Partner Channel Marketing I've done product marketing towards the end of my tenure in marketing is really demand. Generation and lead generation integrations started kind of taking shape or conversations have started around that that was really interesting to me. <hes> I was at the time in a computer hardware industry so there was not a lot that you really could do there from the <hes> lead Gen and demand generation standpoint but my interest was always alive much more with a B. Two B. Software space as you mentioned worrying Canada and in Canada data's one of the growing industries tech startups are big kind of employers. I <hes> in Canada so it made a lot of sense to shift in Dot <hes> fear as I moved into the space. I did realize that marketing was very much about sales enablement. It was about creating adding to programs that were going to generate that demand for sales it was for providing content to sales how to speak to the customers right but kind of seemed very natural progression on my career and again I started dabbling in marketing automation because I always believe very strongly I had this kind of logical and operational side of me and as much as I love the creative side of marketing I always wanted to put some numbers to it like I wanted something concrete right like I wanted actual actual black and white deliverable from marketing to sales and kind of I started dabbling into marketing automation and that drove me into marketing operations and then a role and opportunity came up actually with market wired art that was much more of a revenue operations sales operations revenue operations role. The rest is history. I kind of started down that path have loved it. Since I think that's a pretty natural progression marketing historically starkly meaning like twenty years ago or fifteen years ago where we were more creative than with technologies coming on board having more access to information and data will I see people who get really excited about that doc aspect of of what you can get from the technology's moving towards operations and it's interesting to look to the sales side ultimately rural trying to move in the same direction right. It's about generating revenue for an organization organization that we're working for at this point. Actually we just need to take a quick minutes to hear from our sponsor. We've been talking with Tiana Marto Vic around revenue operations and we'll get back into it uh-huh and that.
"marto" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Reason for the staff at Lee Lee went down hard on that play. Jane Trevor stone taking him down the Sacred Heart bench wanted a penalty called on the play went over to try to get that loose puck. Stone was behind him. Mike Lee misleads game. He was suspended for a hit last week. The senior defenseman back in the lineup tonight. He gets up heads to the bench under his own power. There was no call on the plane. The officials still talking about it right at center ice. They called nothing when it happened, and they blew the whistle. When Lee was down on the ice. Sacred art ended up taking the puck away and gone back. The other way like gangbusters, but all that was whistled dead on the fact Lee was down on his knees. Yeah. I think trying to figure out where they're going to drop this puck outbreaks. Territories got his hands up in the air sacred or air force was coming out of his own air force thought they should have had the puck probably on the dot closer to the air force line. But they will drop it right down in front of us Brady. Tom lack is on the dot in CJ Marto wants an explanation. Michael Schubert, and Kenneth gates are officials tonight. They will give CJ an explanation, and we are ready to go with one forty nine left in the first one zero pioneers, we are four on four still a four on four for another minute and five seconds. And then a brief Sacred Heart power play falcons come up with a puck at center ice after the face off Levin drills it into the pioneers in its behind the net. Trying to pick it up there. His piece chopped down hard and the pioneers come away with the puck. Long stretch pass near side finds Madera Madera pulls up top of the circle skates. To the mid slot. Shot is wide picked up off the back wall by air force falcons. Come back right to left kiesler passes it to himself and he tries a slapshot from the near circle. And it's off the bottom of the stick not much on it. The ends up behind the pioneers net. Majora picks it up on the far side at center ice. Looks for Vito Rivero finds Rivero pulls up and dumps it in. They will change. A minute to go in the period..
"marto" Discussed on The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
"It also makes the parts bound like inside your water heater H back system. So. Mike it. I chatted about the changes happening in the smart home. Okay. So one of the things we're seeing at CS a lot of smart himself feel like a lot of it's incremental. We're like finally getting to where we had been saying we would be and with you guys spinning out. I'm actually very curious what you're seeing in this Marto market because that's where you're going to sell. Yeah. So a lot going on this Martin O market. And what you said about incremental is right over the last ten years people have really adopted one single product at a time. No one wakes up one day and says today, I'm gonna make my home smart. But we're now finally seeing companies that are, you know, they have the platforms and the connectability in the home to be able to now bring a lot of this together to really give you a smart home experience beyond just entertainment and beyond some of the basics. And we think we're going to really start seeing some adoption rates go up in the reason for that is the pro channel or the do it for me channel has finally caught up. These these pros were typically screwdrivers hammer. Hours and they now understand basic networking. They now understand why fi. And because of that they're able to come in. And make sure that these connected products are truly getting connected in the home. So what do you think that business model is going to look like both for you and for the dealers and service providers? Yeah. So it it for each of those four areas it's a little bit different. So look the service model were going to be the provider of products and software and the dealers will do the install and then do also the follow up visits. And what we're hoping for is that that our products that we can actually sell the product to the dealer as well. As the end user, use our software and certain areas. The software will be for free and other services will.
"marto" Discussed on IoT Podcast â€“ Internet of Things
"It also makes the parts bound like inside your water heater H back system. So. Mike it. I chatted about the changes happening in the smart home. Okay. So one of the things we're seeing at CS is a lot of smart himself feel like a lot of it's incremental. We're like finally getting to where we had been saying we would be and with you guys spinning out. I'm actually very curious what you're seeing in this Marto market because that's where you're going to sell. Yeah. So a lot going on this Martin O market. And what you said about incremental is right over the last ten years people have really adopted one single product at a time. No one wakes up one day and says today, I'm gonna make my home smart. But we're now finally seeing companies that are, you know, they have the platforms and the connectability in the home to be able to now bring a lot of this together to really give you a smart home experience beyond just entertainment and beyond some of the basics. And we think we're going to really start seeing some adoption rates go up in the reason for that is the pro channel or the do it for me channel has finally caught up. These these pros were typically screwdrivers in hammer. Hours and they now understand basic networking. They now understand why fi. And because of that they're able to come in. And make sure that these connected products are truly getting connected in the home. So what do you think that business model is going to look like both for you? And for the dealers service providers. Yeah. So it it for each of those four areas it's a little bit different. So look the service model were going to be the provider of products and software and the dealers will do the install and then do also the follow up visits. And what we're hoping for is that that our products that we can actually sell the product to the dealer as well. As the end user, use our software, and in certain areas software will be for free and other.
"marto" Discussed on NASCAR America
"But also had the added emotional intensity of winning for his owner. Barney this room furniture racing whose doors are now closed. It was very emotional after the loss on Sunday. All point out that. Everybody all year five invest life. What else to say guys? They've been amazing. They've made they've made me superstar NASCAR. I'm just very thankful for them. All. Such an honest post race interview Martin tricks junior basically saying that Barney Visser in that organization changed his life. Well, really when you look about what when he first joined them. He was coming off a, you know, an unsuccessful situation there, Michael Waltrip Bracy. And he gets this lifeline. It doesn't start off that great. And then eventually they started turn the corner and became champions and really change. The course of his career in the way that Martin tricks junior is viewed by the entire sport. So no doubt. I think they'll always hold a soft spot in his heart. And when you look at this race this past weekend, they executed a very high level and in the long run as we keep saying they were incredibly fast. And if that long run plays out, the end, I think he could have been a two time champion really I think it's funny when you look back at how he wants ship year prior the short run helped him it probably saved him from the eighteen but this year, it just took it away. They didn't have that short run speed to beat the twenty two, but they put up a heck of a fight in. This think they did this all under the cloud of knowing that that organization is shutting down after this. Race. I just think that's incredible about every team member every person that touched that car had anything to do with front row racing because I think virtual racing started. Because I think that is an clever they were able to focus knowing that that was happening in the back of all the members of that organization. Have that first championship to think about once the sting of this one goes away Marto coal per moving on Joe Gibbs racing next season coming up we are going to have some of the best moments from the race to Miami. In our analyst reveal some of their favorite moments spent as well that straight ahead. Welcome back everybody. It's quick game of guests, the driver as you can see we have three drivers very similar performances in twenty eighteen Steve let's start with driver. One three race wins. Both buys five stage win. So you think this is Joe llegado incorrect. It is Brad Kozlowski. How about driver to Jeff three race may also one less top by finish and a stage. When compared to Fred K. What's your guests here? Chase elliott. Oh, we did it, but he had a little bit extra time to look and Parker has been cheating since Alaska wash outbreak. Yeah. I'm gonna Joe llegado. Yeah. Correct. All fairness the-the at that the most difficult one because if he got that one wrong that Jude us off who would have picked. Thanks a lot easier. She said give me the free drivers. Three how I would've never let me write that down. So I can make those for the next time we played guess the driver petty for everybody, including Parker clergyman as we do. Consider the few of the season's top performers. Let's take a minute. Now, if we can't revisit some of the best moments on the track during our coverage of NASCAR this year. This your job trying to take the.