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Fresh update on "mcgraw" discussed on The Troubleshooter

The Troubleshooter

01:25 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mcgraw" discussed on The Troubleshooter

"Heart radio goes one on one with Tim McGraw to talk about how where he grew up influenced so many of his songs. I grew up a rule, community and farming community, So I spent a lot of time probably in Saturday nights as a teenager, you know, tailgate of a pickup truck with fire bonfire going into cotton, and that's how we all spent a lot of our weekends or down by the lake. You slow dance in the George straight or something like that Right Buyer with trucks parked. You know, those are the ways of men are you keep listening to I had radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artist. Records milestones first last and everything in between. What happened today in sports history on I R radio. What's happening? Fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's look back on this day in sports history August 4th We'll start today in 1982 where Jo Young Blood becomes the on ly player in Major League baseball history to play and get hits for two different teams in two different cities on the same day in the afternoon, his hit drives in the winning run for the New York Mets in a seven for victory at Chicago. After the game, he's traded to the Montreal Expos and plays that night in Philadelphia. He enters the game in right field in the fourth inning and later gets a single Today in 1985 Future Hall of Famer infielder Rod Karu of the California Angels singles off Minnesota's Frank Viola to collect his 3000 career hit. The Angels win 6 to 5 1985 was his last season and finished his career with 3000 and 53 hits, and we'll stick with baseball today. In 2010 On the anniversary of his 5/100 home run in 2007. Alex Rodriguez hits his 600 home run and becomes the young It's player to attain that milestone. His to run first inning shot off Toronto, Shaun Marcum put New York ahead and the Yankees coasted to a 51 victory over the Blue Jays. Now, you know today in sports history on my heart radio I Heart radio goes one on one with.

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Fresh update on "mcgraw" discussed on Ready to Be Petty

Ready to Be Petty

02:14 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mcgraw" discussed on Ready to Be Petty

"Hey what's up? It's Mojo story and who is ready to be petty and back with a special episode today Nick and I are diving into folklore Taylor? Swift's eighth studio album. And if you listen to my last episode I promise a better analysis than we did. Hamilton, I literally couldn't remember the name of my shot, which is probably the most iconic Hamilton Song. In the entire musical. But nevertheless, we are here to talk about Taylor Swift. We talk about folklore as a whole, and then we talk about it in the context of Taylor Swift's other music. I would suggest sticking around for the cheese content. WHICH CROPS UP? Around our. I don't know fourteen mark. That was definitely a highlight for me. anyways, let's get the show. Okay, everyone. I've got another. Guest. Here to talk all about Taylor Swift's new album bomb. I'm here with Nick. Matt. How're you doing? MPN tastic. Like bugging you to get on this podcast, I think for like five months or so. We couldn't have found more perfect opportunity. It's me to get on it. Literally. Literally I'm next, you wanNA tell the listeners are ready to be petty how we know each other. So. Like on other people have had on this podcast, I met Tori through survivor orbs. Really this whole podcast like an advertisement to apply to survivor, Org. But. Yeah. So I met Tori I think in December, She actually got snarky with me Lake, one of A. Cast Group and then she felt bad about it like private message me that she was being snarky. tweet obviously wasn't an issue. I jumped on the opportunity guilt her into playing an Org I helped host and we have been good friends ever since Yeah, and like leads put the emphasis on the guilt. Mike, I was I was coerced to. To play this game coming off of my first org. We probably lost a lot of listeners, but I, think I've mentioned. Yes. Like they've exited out of this podcast but. No. But like if you like big brother or amazing race or survivor like and the circle, the challenge, any games like that apply to ones online. Especially, if you're still living in quarantine, it's like a really great way to pass the time and the best part is that after quarantine ends, you've met people from Lake, all over, and if they're cool in like not serial killer, which are most people you can travel and stay at their house for free. That's my. That's my plan because next calling in from Maine. Which I'm very interested in visiting. Do, you want to tell the listeners what you do like for work outside of. Org. Yes, you mean like where I make my money. Which is ironic because I am a teacher. So I don't make that much money. But I graduated in May of last year. So twenty nineteen like forever ago, And? Yes, I. Just finished my first year of teaching. I will be teaching again in the fall I teach ninth grade social studies which timely and a great joy. And by far, the youngest teacher at my school by like ten plus years. So that's big fun. So the kids like me and Miguel snowmobiles jealous. I love that. That's like honestly the dream like I feel like being beloved by teenagers is the highest form of praise. Literal that's why they're stands. Yes. Yes. Yeah. That's why there's like Like. Army is that wake fuck over Donald. Because that was. I. E to just in case no one knows what we're talking about. The Cape stands of the group bt ASS. Bought like ninety percent of Donald Trump's. Like a rally that he was hosting a few months ago, they bought all of the tickets. And then obviously didn't up and so like the stands were just empty and yeah, that's the really really really really petty and I. I, Love It I. Love for. Teenagers Savage in a real, and if you step out line, they will check you like nobody else's business. So that's when you know like when they praise you lake. That's why people have kids. Think, that's IB kids because they love you unconditionally like I mean either that or they just didn't want wrap it. The other one very. But yeah, you're right. Yeah, you'll always have well, not always, but usually have a fan. Before they start. Talking. Yes? Yes. Yes. Absolutely. So we're here to talk about. The newly released. Folklore. Her album I think this is the first said folklore like. Oh It's so bad. It's so bad. But basically, I, was absolutely floored like. Taylor Swift. If you're out of the loop, don't listen to this podcast run to spotify and. Listen. Like streamed the album and then. Make sure you. You come back though it. But. Basically. Taylor Swift. Last week. Gave US twenty four hours. Notice that she was dropping a new a new album and it like blew everyone's minds. I woke up, I think it was last Thursday morning. She announced it and I woke up and it was the first thing that I saw on twitter and Iran to my sixteen year old cousins like text message thread and was like, Hey, tell me everything that you know about this and she sent me back like a paragraph and I was like, oh We go. We are ready to go. I was like embarrassed because I got sent my like. Friends group chat and I was like aren't is supposed to be the one that's like on top of these stories and stuff. What. I think my favorite part about this album being released is I, have probably spent like a whole ass work week like forty hours of my life dedicated talking about Taylor swift and like her older albums ranking songs like we've done this together. So when she will least this out of nowhere, I was like, Oh, this is this is like what they say when like the skies have opened. This, this was written in the stars. Completely I felt like we just got lover like, I. Felt like I was literally two seconds ago. So I was so excited. We'll. So selfishly I was static when she dropped it because if like cove weren't a thing which. I would be going to lover Fest because I'm boston-based. So she was having lover Fest East in. Gillette? That was like the big festival concert she was going to have and I was going to do it and obviously like a got cancelled. So this is a perfect supplement to me not going to the concert this weekend and getting a whole new list of songs that hopefully like whenever contracts are allowed to happen again. Get like all the good songs from lever, all the songs or folklore, and we can cut some of the other ones that I didn't need here in first place. Yeah. Completely I did not know that. So you're like, I true. True like swifty, do you call yourself that? No because? I think. I'm not like a fake fan, but I don't think I've started lake seriously following Taylor swift until reputation was probably the first big one that I was ready for that release. I was ready for new Taylor Swift Sto. Not. Say, I haven't balled Oliver like the rest of her journey I. Remember where I was the first time I heard teardrop Swaggie, Tar Tim. McGraw like snap first, album slaps. I think if we're gonNA totally Taylor lived. We're talk about men as I am a man. Yes. I think being somebody who follows Taylor swift as a die carries like negative reaction because for whatever reason, like Taylor swift is not seen as like a masculine like thing to follow whereas like other female acts or lake more. Days, you don't think about it. So I had a like one of my best friends like first grade went to the reputation concert back twenty seventeen or twenty eighteen, and we were supposed to be like hang out with one of my friends that we can..

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Fresh update on "mcgraw" discussed on AM Tampa Bay

AM Tampa Bay

00:38 sec | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mcgraw" discussed on AM Tampa Bay

"On one with Tim across to talk about choosing his acting roles. It's funny. It's just It's much like finding songs. You know, you have to go through a lot of stuff to find something that you really like. And in my case, you know it's a big commitment is not just the six day week commitment that it takes two to do a movie, but there's a lot of prep time that goes into that. You know, if you find a role that you like in the movie that you like you want to you want to research you want You don't learn as much you can about what you're doing. So takes a lot of time. That being said, if something were to come alone that I just absolutely fell over that I would find a way to keep listening to I heart radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artists. I hard radio goes one on one with Rod Stewart as he discusses how remarkable the creative process is. Absolutely that's just sitting around and you just wait in the inspiration of What.

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Climate change: 'Rising chance' of exceeding 1.5C global target

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Climate change: 'Rising chance' of exceeding 1.5C global target

"Warn. warn. warn. warn. There There There There is is is is a growing chance that global temperatures will exceed the critical threshold of 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre industrial levels within the next five years, Matt McGraw reports. Researchers say that the Earth's average annual temperature is already more than one degree Celsius higher than it was in the 18 fifties, and it will likely stay around this level over the next five years. In fact, scientists say the chances of breaching 1.5 PSI in one of these years has doubled to standard 20%. There's also a 70% chance that one or more months before 2024 will go above this critical threshold agreed by world leaders in the Paris climate pact. Some parts of the world will feel this rising heat more than others, with the Arctic likely to warm by twice the global average this year.

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Kanye West? Tim McGraw? Girl Scouts? All got PPP loans

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 3 weeks ago

Kanye West? Tim McGraw? Girl Scouts? All got PPP loans

"Should companies run by celebrities have been able to take advantage of the federal government small business lending program needy or greedy depends on how you feel about some of those who have gotten loans under the paycheck protection program usually you wouldn't think of people who have hit record star in movies or on reality TV as those who would even dare apply for the PPP to help their businesses right out the corona virus pandemic but there they are on the list by the treasury department the company that runs the website for country singers Tim McGraw and Faith Hill got a loan of between two and five million dollars the fashion brand run by Kanye west Yeezy sell sneakers for two hundred and fifty dollars a pair but it to god alone in that two to five million dollar range his sister in law Khloe Kardashian scored alone between one and two million dollars and a clothing line run by Reese Witherspoon got between three hundred and fifty thousand and a million dollars under that same PPP Fonda I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Oprahs 2000 Capsule

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

07:43 min | 2 months ago

Oprahs 2000 Capsule

"Joanne competence greatest wish is to tell the world. What happened to her beloved daughter Lori. She says my goal for the year two thousand is to tell my daughter story on your show, and then to let that go and get on with my life. Just thinking of her name or thanking her it brings a smile, Emma Hart, Lori and Powell was having the time of her life. She was eighteen, vibrant and popular. She loved her rock and Roll Music, and the Glamour of entering local beauty heartens. then. The mother's unspeakable nightmare happen. Laurie disappeared on a lonely country road and Joanne. comptons torment began. Police found her body in a nearby river. She'd been stabbed to death. Investigations led nowhere, and Laurie's murder remains unsolved when they found Lori and she didn't have anything on her. Just a little steadier rain. No Clothes No pocket. No check. In the ten years since Lori disappeared daily, life has stood still for Joann. Our never be able to come to terms with the US to me. Lori Dad today just as easy as she died ten years ago in one bedroom. She keeps a collection of mementos. Her dolls that she collected. I care for dress from her. Pageants she used to like to be him. Time has not healed Joanne Compton each day. She says the loss feels like a whole that gets deeper. I keep worry ends memory law of all the time in my heart. That Dayton's part of me I don't want anyone else touch. I keep for all live. In my thoughts. Just. Thinking backs I'll. Lorries buried in a cemetery near the family home. Her mother though. Still is waiting for some kind of peace. Joanne row to Dr Phil and She wants to end her. With this tragedy she knows that she is obsessed. And she wrote to Dr Phil McGraw Asking for help. Fill is here with a plan to help Joanne. Move On. This is a show for anyone dealing with the tragedy. Perhaps maybe you will hear something today. That will be a spark a piece of light to open a door that has gotten you stuck. He is a psychologist and he's alive strategist. Non This letter? You say Joanne ten years ago. Ago My daughter Laurean was murdered since that day. I've not been able to let go. It has never been solved and after all this time I don't guess it will be since then I've spent hours and days looking for answers writing to anyone that might help I have a need in me to tell her story not in a small way, but in a big way. This need is driving me crazy. It's all I think about every day. I believe that because of this need. It's making me sick within. I've had to have heart surgery and have develop stomach ulcers. The stomach pain is unbearable at times, but not as unbearable as Laurie's debt.

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"mcgraw" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"In nineteen seventeen won the derby and so did the typhoon the second in eighteen ninety seven. Those were the only two may twelve's the latest Derby. The latest Derby ever goes as far into May. What the twenty third is that I think so. I think may twenty third June ninth. That's right Who Junior and in the work during in forty five? That's right so there's your latest John. Thanks. I appreciate it. Thanks a lot. The Thick Air John White Elisa McGraw earlier comes exterminating. Send you links so you can buy one for yourself Johnny de Eric Zimny from Charlestown kicks off on Thursday. Tomorrow we're looking for Daryl McCarthy. I think we're going to get their old morrow I think I think heavily balance Patriots who Alice Chandler and Forgetting into the hall so Suborn Hall of Fame Coverage Tomorrow Andy Serwer as what and more? Good luck with your playing today everybody fodder and will rogers talk to you. The morning operations with Steve on Sirius. Xm radio to your olds in California. Police consider leadership deleting all natural pace the great eliminate..

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Innovation and the Clich

LensWork

09:35 min | 3 months ago

Innovation and the Clich

"Years the editor of Lens Work Publishing Brooks Jensen as an introduction to this topic. Let me begin with a little bit of inside baseball as they say. Did describe how it is that these podcasts come about. Oftentimes they're sparks from something. I read or something someone says to me or an idea. Get an e mail. Sometimes it's ideas that just bubble up out of nowhere. As I've often mentioned this happens a lot in the shower for some reason so I actually have a divers where I can jot down ideas before I forget them while. I'm still in the shower. And that's what happened this morning at phrase occurred to me out of the clear. Blue Sky jotted down. I had no idea where it was going. But I've been thinking about it all day in it's led to a very interesting train of thought. I WANNA share with you. The phrase is as a pursuit in life. The creation of art seems to be a dance between innovation an execution dance between innovation and execution. And here's what occurred to me while I was thinking about this. I've been listening to two different kinds of music of late. I've for reasons I can't explain really gotten into the piano concertos of Rachmaninoff. And I've mentioned that these are available on Youtube Etcetera. Play by this brilliant Chinese Pena's named Eugene and by sheer coincidence. I've also discovered a composer. Young woman who is very talented at composing classical music. And she's been exploring lots of other genres of music are names Nari Soul and she has been discussing of late in some of her Youtube Videos John Cage and his work. With what's called a prepared piano. He would take an open up a piano and attach things to the strings. like paper clips and whatnot and and the piano would make very funny noises and oftentimes. He would not really play music. He would just play notes and things and very innovative very creative. Very modern very sort of avant garde out there and she's been exploring some of his ideas so I I had these two things that are clashing in my brain the extreme precision and accomplishment of the execution of Rachmaninoff by Eugene Dong and John Cage and is prepared piano as explored by Nari Soul. I think these two extremes are what got me thinking about the dance between innovation and execution. LemMe ask the question. This way in terms of piano music which is a higher form of accomplishment. The extreme innovation of John Cage thinking way outside the box not only thinking outside of meter and normal harmonies and progressions but thinking about outside normal instruments. And how they can be modified in played with talk about innovation way out there so we applaud that to some degree and then at the other end of the scale is you. Juwan and her unbelievably precise playing Rachmaninoff. And the the execution that she brings to his scores are not only extremely high in terms of technical proficiency but also in terms of emotional content. So that's a very high measure of success. But can't we agree that these two are at essentially completely opposite ends of the creative spectrum? Both forms of music can bring out emotions. Strong positive and negative is zoom and both of them can be seen to fall in some sort of competition or scale of things. And which do we appreciate more? Well obviously the reason I bring all this up is because I'm thinking about this relative to photography to what's more important in photography extreme innovation here. I'm thinking of the inventive work from the imagination of photographers like Jerry. You'll Zeman or John Paul Capela Negro or Huntington Witherell or dominic rouse or the incredibly precise execution on very traditional lines. And here on thinking of Bruce Marne bomb and John Sexton and and even people like Steve McCurry. Which do we value more? The key idea here seems to me to revolve around our expectations. If we go into a piece of artwork with the assumption that what we're looking for is incredibly talented sensitive execution and we see something like the prepared piano of John Cage or the innovative of Jerry yells men or someone we might say. Well that's not what I call a picture because it doesn't look like what we expect a fine art photograph to look like on the other hand if we go in assuming that what we value. Is something really innovative? Something we've never seen before then we can look at work like. Oh maybe even Louis Balsam Robert Atoms and Lee friedlander Gary Winner. Grand and say well. That's that's not what I call a picture. But wow is that fantastic. Because it doesn't look at all like we expect a fine art photograph to look. I think it's easy for us to appreciate the fact that there are two camps. It's perhaps even easier to fall into one of those two camps without even realizing it if we're a traditionalist we're gonNA look at the innovative and the Avant Garde is being weird and certainly when people look at oh do sharp or Mcgraw eat they might look at those paintings and say that's weird. That's you know. Because it doesn't look like Rembrandt Raphael. On the other hand if greet and duchamp painted like Rembrandt and Rafael. We might look at it and say well. That's boring because it's not innovative so therefore it doesn't seem to add much to the history of painting and so we're not interested in it. Well we can do exactly the same thing in photography. How do you evaluate work when you look at it? Do you evaluate it based on its execution and how well it conforms to the cliche or do you evaluate it based on its innovation and how different and unique it is. There is a position in the Middle. Which gives me pause for concern. Because if what we're trying to do is have the best of both worlds have innovation and traditional execution for example. Then the only thing that's left is what you point your camera at that is to say trying to find something that hasn't been photographed as artwork before and turn that into your bailiwick or your creative vision. In hopes that people would look at it and say beautifully done traditionally printed man fantastic execution of something. That's never been photographed before and isn't that Nice. Do you realize that that's exactly what happened? In the early history of painting this has been discussed by lots. And lots of people. Certainly not a unique idea. And certainly not my own but basically the idea's this for generations for literally. Hundreds of years painting was of the human figure primarily religious pictures descent from the cross kinds of things but usually what happened in those paintings as they had to be set in some kind of scene and so there would be introduced in the background. Some little bit of a tree or a little stream or a building or something and with enough passage of time and hundreds of years. Painters started saying to the figure move over. We're we're more interested in what's going on in the background than we are in the human figure or the story and landscape painting was born but when landscape painting was born that way there were probably lots and lots of people around who said well. That's not what I call a painting because whereas the people this is just a bunch trees that's not very interesting so it was innovative but it wasn't traditional and it certainly didn't measure up to the kinds of execution that were expected in a portrait of a person or the painting of a of a story seen or some such thing

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Muffet McGraw evolved, then exited on her own terms

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Muffet McGraw evolved, then exited on her own terms

"Legendary Notre Dame women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw is retiring the hall of Famer spent thirty three years in south bend and led the Irish to two national titles she will be replaced by former Irish player and assistant ni L. IV and McGraw had high praise for her successor he is somebody that just people are attracted to she's got a smile that lights up the gym she's so fun to be around and yet she can flip the switch and be serious and intense as anyone in the gym IT was an Irish assistant for seventeen years before spending last season with the NBA's Memphis

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Muffet McGraw retires as Notre Dame women's basketball coach

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

Muffet McGraw retires as Notre Dame women's basketball coach

"Women's college basketball two years removed from winning her second national championship Muffet McGraw shocked the women's college basketball world yesterday announcing her retirement from the university of Notre Dame and well could the covert nineteen pandemic had something to do with it I felt really good about the solitude and I think people were wondering if it was like climbing the walls what what was I doing at home was it driving my crazy you know we we've really enjoyed this time and it gave me a great chance to reflect and see what's really important you know obviously things like this happen in you know tomorrow is promised to no one what is your life going to look like down the road and we want to continue to enjoy it so I'm excited about knowing that I can handle not having basketball my life the sixty four year old McGraw became the thirteenth woman inducted into the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame on to Iran in two thousand and seventeen when nine hundred and thirty six

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"mcgraw" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"League Muffet McGraw before the twenty nineteen the final championship game McGraw two national championships in her time coaching twenty four seasons with the Irish much more on the changes of Notre Dame coming up on goal to win go Muffet McGraw will join the show eight thirty eastern time sports center all night ESPN radio you have to be willing to adapt to you have to be prepared to adapt you can't expect or anticipate every move but your job is to try to be as prepared as possible and so we do that we'll continue to do that we will make sure that we're putting our players safe essay in a safe position our coaches our birth team personnel everybody our partners and will make sure that those are the issues that will put first and they'll automatically it'll probably come down to a week in a you know an owner decision we'll see if there's enough L. action this fall commissioner Roger Goodell earlier on ESPN saying it'll be up to the owners essentially the reaction on get up yeah I mean I think he said all the right things and they're going to do the right things the NFL seems that handle this process as well as any of the professional leagues they have a good portion of it not overlapping with their season at least immediately I know they got some criticism for going for with the draft but I think most people appreciate that they're going for with the draft because it's nothing that they can do to because the and the pandemic is gonna impact at all in any time there's some sort of TV production NFL always has a high quality of our high production quality so I expect that they're going to have some nice little things in here they're not going to try to conduct conduct a draft normally and just do it with like we're gonna go out and see the guys and maybe see Roger I suspect that they're gonna have some nice little Easter eggs kind of sewn into the production we're gonna come away from this remember yes as unique special grab hopefully one will never have to do again but I don't think it's going to be a bad production by any stretch it'll be something that'll be fun and different and if there are some pick up the hope that NFL leans into it and doesn't pretend like we expected to be perfect because I think we all understand that the interesting times cumbersome interesting measures and are going to be some mistakes but overall I think it's gonna be fun yeah they're also conducting what they will call a trap the thoughts of the raising money for a variety of very important charities during this this this on president of time of the pandemic rex a he didn't get into any specifics on what may have to happen but just give me a sense from a coaching standpoint of the way you're preparing right now if you are thinking to yourself well we may have training camp on time we may not we may have this season starting on time we may not we may have a full year we may not what a coach is dealing with right now well Gradius sounds crazy but really your preparation nothing's really changed with the exception by the way you're at home but all your video stuff everything's been done all your practice plans everything's done and then it's like okay Hey we've got to go to this pile we we can't we're not going to have our many camps now we're not going to have this training camps are going to start on time whatever it is you're going to be prepared you had time and years stabs you know and and obviously had all that time up until everybody was sent home but I can tell you this right now that they had communication with each other with the staff every single day so there's still work and they're still planning and it's whenever it's ready to go when it when it's like okay we can have it right now they're going to be ready for it what whether it's next week next month three months from now whatever it is those those teams will be ready.

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"mcgraw" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Women's league Muffet McGraw before the twenty nineteen the final championship game McGraw two national championships in her time coaching twenty four seasons with the Irish much more on the changes at Notre Dame coming up on goal to win gold Muffet McGraw will join the show eight thirty eastern time sports center all night ESPN radio you have to be willing to adapt to have to be prepared to adapt you can't expect or anticipate every move but your job is to try to be as prepared as possible so we do that we'll continue to do that we will make sure that we're putting our players safe essay in a safe position our coaches our birth team personnel everybody partners and will make sure that those are the issues that will put first and L. timidly it'll probably come down to a week in a you know an owner decision we'll see if there's enough L. action this fall commissioner Roger Goodell earlier on ESPN saying it'll be up to the owners essentially reaction on get up yeah I mean I think he said all the right things and they're going to do the right things the NFL seems that handle this process as well as any of the professional leagues they have a good portion of it not overlapping with their season at least immediately I know they got some criticism for going for with the draft but I think most people appreciate that they're going for with the draft because it's nothing that they can do to because the anti pandemic is gonna impact at all in any time there's some sort of TV production NFL always has a high quality of our high production quality so I expect that they're going to have some nice little things in here they're not going to try to conduct conduct a draft normally and just do it with like we're going to go out and see the guys and maybe see Roger I suspect that they're gonna have some nice little Easter eggs kind of sewn into the production we're going to come away from this remember in S. as unique special grab hopefully one will never have to do again but I don't think it's going to be a bad production by any stretch it'll be something that'll be fun and different and if there are some pick up the hope that NFL leans into it and doesn't pretend like we expected to be perfect because I think we all understand that the interesting times cumbersome interesting measures and are going to be some mistakes but overall I think it's gonna be fun yeah they're also conducting what they will call a trap the thought for the raising money for a variety of very important charities during this this this on president of time of the pandemic rex a he didn't get into any specifics on what may have to happen but just give me a sense from a coaching standpoint of the way you're preparing right now if you are thinking to yourself well we may have training camp on time we may not we may have this season starting on time we may not we may have a full year we may not what a coach is dealing with right now well Gradius sounds crazy but really your preparation nothing's really changed with the exception by the way you're at home but all your video stuff everything's been done all your practice plans everything's done and then it's like okay Hey we've got to go to this pile we we can't we're not going to have our many camps now we're not going to have this training camps are going to start on time whatever it is you're going to be prepared you had time and years stabs you know and and obviously had all that time up until everybody was sent home but I can tell you this right now that they had communication with each other with the staff every single day so they're still working they're still planning and it's whenever it's ready to go when it when it's like okay we can have it right now they're going to.

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Notre Dame's McGraw Retires After Hall of Fame Career

Charlotte at Six

00:16 sec | 3 months ago

Notre Dame's McGraw Retires After Hall of Fame Career

"Hall of fame basketball coach Muffet McGraw is stepping down or Notre Dame after thirty three years McGraw is retiring and will be replaced by former assistant coach nearly IV who also played for the fighting Irish the girl led Notre Dame to national championships in two thousand one and two thousand

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Irish's McGraw retires after Hall of Fame career

Waddle & Silvy

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Irish's McGraw retires after Hall of Fame career

"All hall of fame basketball coach Muffet McGraw has stepped down as Notre Dame's coach she will retire after winning two national championships in thirty three years with the Irish shoes the thirteenth woman inducted into the Naismith Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame in two thousand and seventeen she won nine hundred and thirty six games in her career a hundred forty two of those at Notre Dame she was one of the biggest stars of all college women's college basketball so she has decided to

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TV Doctors Oz and Phil explaining controversial Fox comments

AP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

TV Doctors Oz and Phil explaining controversial Fox comments

"Two television doctors Dr oz and Dr Phil or trying to explain comments they made about corona virus restrictions on fox this week Dr oz apologized he called re opening schools are very appetizing opportunity even with the two or three percent death rate and Dr Phil McGraw came under fire for comparing the number of coronavirus deaths to those caused by traffic and swimming pool

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Ian Freed - Bamboo Learning

Future Ear Radio

05:27 min | 4 months ago

Ian Freed - Bamboo Learning

"I am Co founder and CEO of bamboo learning and bamboo learning is a startup dedicated to developing voice. I applications in education Really aimed at Children Teens and their families And we actually have five products out already. that cover range of different topics From math to reading As well as history and music so Cited to be here with you on the podcast. We'll awesome thank you so much for joining me today. And the reason I wanted to bring you on I had heard you on Colin born podcast voicing startups. It was an excellent episode. Everybody should go check it out But in that episode You know as you were describing. Bamboo learning I kinda dawned on me that this was really interesting application that you were building in so I tweeted out You know. Keep an eye on bamboo learning because I think it's one of the most interesting You know basically applications that are being built within the Alexi ecosystem. So I wanted to have you on today on the podcast. Actually kind of flesh out why I think that is. I think there's four main reasons why So I kind of wanted to go one by one with you as to I think you you all are so interesting so the first is your background in your Co Founder. Arenas background in the way in which is combining together so rather than me steal your thunder. Can you share a little bit about you? Know your time at Amazon In how that led you to Bambu and then arena in her background in education in how the to have sort of mixed together to lead to bamboo learning Absolutely so I Have been running Bamboo for about two years and prior to that had a twelve year about twelve and a half year career Amazon. Most of the time I was leading a one or more different device businesses And the last of ice businesses that actually ran were echo and Alexa and Iran. That team from the very beginning of the idea. that Really the kernel of the idea came from a review with with Amazon Ceo Jeff Bezos and We started building A team developed to develop ECO and Alexa ray around Two thousand Ten or so and Started working on that Pretty early and from the very beginning Rethought of Alex as broad based computing platform. So that's No other things I did. At Amazon I led the Amazon kindle. Business the e book reader and Also the fire phone which maybe wasn't the best Amazon hardware product but it was a lot of fun and had quite a bit of innovation in it and a number of those engineers are An end product folks are working very successfully on everything from Alexa Fire TV. We actually also incubated fire TV within my team And I was pretty adamant that the voice interface for Fire TV was absolutely critical to the today My co-founder Irina fine As much as I've spent three decades in technology she spent the same amount of time In education including everything from being a teacher of elementary school kids and older students as well. She also trained teachers at at Hunter College And she's done research and curriculum design for many many years and also worked Both for A startup in In education content development that was eventually acquired by McGraw Hill and also spent some time as a consultant at McKinsey so she has a really strong background in education and And as well as just kind of curriculum and development etc We actually know each other because she used to work for me. In the early nineties I had a consulting firm in Russia and She was one of the first people I hired there. And one of these great employees that you hire Who whatever you give them in terms of Some additional work to do she did that. And you know was done in about a third of the time of most normal humans and so gave her more work etcetera so we Probably about a two and a half years ago we started talking about. Could we combine our expertise Both her deep knowledge On Education and education theory and practice and mine on devices and Echo and Alexa in particular and create a brand new company where we could build education applications And try to create these long-form experiences on Alexa that we've as far a we've been reasonably successful at doing through Through our bamboo products.

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Elton John to host TV, radio concert as coronavirus antidote

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Elton John to host TV, radio concert as coronavirus antidote

"We get to see the inside of Elton John's house and Billy eyelashes into McGraw's AmeriCares ease they will perform from their homes for the living room concert for America that will air on fox on Sunday Alicia keys the Backstreet boys and Billie Joe Armstrong also will perform a special will honor the health professionals who are helping to fight the spread of the new coronavirus it will air commercial free and solicit donations for charity for most people the corona virus causes mild to moderate symptoms such as fever and cough for some it can cause severe illness and death the vast majority recover I marquees are let off

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China Hits a Coronavirus Milestone - No New Local Infections

Ben Shapiro

01:18 min | 4 months ago

China Hits a Coronavirus Milestone - No New Local Infections

"That China is now reporting zero community infections I tell us what that suggests is that we are now looking at the possibility of seriously temping missing out now is worthwhile noting here that there are a bunch of other countries there Singh secondary spikes to Singapore Hong Kong Taiwan all of which looks to have this thing under control when people are coming back into the country let's coronavirus the thing is spiking again but so far at least if China's not line which the hell knows honestly China's reporting zero local infections which is a major turning point according to The New York Times for the first time since the corona virus crisis began China on Thursday reported no new local infections the previous day a milestone in its costly battle with the outbreak medicines become a pandemic upending daily life economic activity around the world apple has re opened all of its stores in China officials at thirty four McGraw of iris cases have been confirmed all involving people who come to China from elsewhere in signaling an end to try to separate an egg might be inside the announcement could pave the way for officials to focus more on reviving the country's economy which nearly ground to a halt after the government imposed travel restrictions and quarantine measures in recent days economic lessons in resuming in fits and starts according to The New York Times experts say will need to see at least fourteen consecutive days without new infections for the operator to be considered a truly over and still remains to be seen whether the virus will re emerge once daily life restarts and travel restrictions are lifted around

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'Exploring all of our options': COVID-19 threatens cruise season

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

'Exploring all of our options': COVID-19 threatens cruise season

"News let's spread of coronavirus has some cruise ship passengers during their vacations might not happen couples that pop the more ports on what a slow cruise season would do to the local economy we see them every summer at pier ninety one massive cruise lines waiting for thousands of people to board for voyages to Alaska and other destinations every time one box is about four million dollars into the local economy but this year might look a little different right now I think it's safe to say that we are exploring all of our options Peter McGraw with port of Seattle says the port was expecting a record breaking year when it comes to people going on cruises out of Seattle but covert nineteen is forcing them to take action what is significant and it is a situation we're taking very seriously he says they'll be cleaning and sanitizing areas to ensure everything safe while following

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U.S. State Department warns passengers NOT to book cruises — says there’s ‘increased risk of infection’ on cruise ships

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. State Department warns passengers NOT to book cruises — says there’s ‘increased risk of infection’ on cruise ships

"The U. S. state department is telling Americans to avoid travelling on cruise ships where the virus also appears to spread quickly into McGraw with the port of Seattle tells cover seven TV that could have a big economic impact three

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Fishing for New Drugs

The Bio Report

07:18 min | 5 months ago

Fishing for New Drugs

"The Glass Marine Genomics Institute is seeking to harness biotechnology to discover new therapeutics by studying the DNA of marine life. At the same time the institute hopes to breathe new life into a photo fishing village that houses it and create new opportunities there. We spoke to Andrew Bogner Science director at the Gloucester Marine genetics institute about marine biotechnology the ocean as a source of novel. Therapeutics and the Institute's efforts to transform the economy along Cape Ann Andrew. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. We're GONNA talk about grouse Marine Genomics Institute. The potential the ocean represents a source of new Madison Institute operates. It seems Jaji is Michigan is as much economic is in his scientific. Perhaps you could begin with talking a little about the town of where your base and how the institute came about sure Mcgraw date will this court. In America Foundation nearly four hundred years ago and it's economy is principally shortened fishing industry So but declined temperature. Fishing Industry over the last several decades has really had a negative impact on the local economy and they call me if the region for GMT I really from discussions between micro scientists missing union leader as well as governor officials. Who really wanted to do something to catalyze new economic opportunities for Gloucester and for the KPMG area All at the same time remaining true to the rich maritime history of the region The ruling was different. Twenty-first-century technologies and specifically to novel technologies to see for new discoveries that impact either fisheries are human health GMT. I is not nonprofits Research and education institute not two thousand thirteen and what's the mandate for Jim? Gee I what does it seek to do? Beyond research along the lines of economic development as I see our mission is really to conduct World Class Marine research which extends regional autonomy and our strategy really has three components. The first is to establish a research institute powered by genomics to uncover new discoveries that impact tissues and human how the second part is to create a really vibrant science community in and around officer. And so this is actually encompasses a number of things Which is attracting scientists who trump to Gloucester for collaborative research and conferences occupancy? Translational research generates opportunities to form spin out companies as well as attracting other research and biotech entities to smoking in Gloucester order. Support is growing. Science community are expanding researches if you really need a train. Local workforce in the third part of our strategy is actually one of education. We're training Well if I were training the next generation of Asia There are white ship. Education program is called the blog Gloucester Biotechnology Ademi and it's a nine month vocational training programs. You train recent. High school graduates become entry. Level lab technicians. Prepare them for jobs in the life science biotech industry. There are a number of drugs on the market today that are derived from marine organisms. There's a growing pipeline as well. Junji is not alone. In looking to marine life is a potential source of new drugs. How significant opportunity does the ocean represent as a place to find novel therapeutic? Sent to what extent this truly been explored pot. Well the ocean is largest reservoir of biodiversity on the planet and yet we know really only a fraction of their so tremendous opportunity for new discoveries and the sea And certainly genomics allows us to explore this fire diversity in a very cost effective and to go away so those really opened up a new era. She's covering from the sea. So you mentioned that there have been some marine drives Therapeutics and today third nine. Fda approved marine derived drugs on the market With indications such as Cancer Infectious Disease and education And these have had They have very unique chemical structures mechanisms of action and they'd show tremendous promise in their therapeutic areas. There's been a problem of discovery. Discovering new therapeutic because of the limited supply of starting material traditional drug discovery was based on harvesting organisms. Extracting their chemical testing now for us because many of the compounds were present in really low quantities in these organisms biomass. He's tons of violence in order to extract enough of these compounds to do experiments into tough there So it was a very cheap to call very expensive Process but now it's you know it can take a small sample of any organism liquids. Gino an have a blueprint for all of the chemical and biological capabilities of that organism. Now working from the seven zero you can have a look for other teens and violence and pedic gene pathways but maybe coating molecules with these potential had so really again. I think is opinion happened. New Era just every therapeutic something. That wasn't possible before how is size organized. What what's the roadmap for what you're seeking to do so I started. He is having a platform to address questions related to oceans and human health and we basically have three main program areas. My medicine and biotechnology is one. Inconsistent function houses the second and Fisheries Agriculture so third. So I'm officially side. Were doing as you think you now. To better understand populations of commercial fishing south and creating the next generation of tools to better assess population structure and also the house of Aquatic Animals For the ecosystem function and how program or using genetic to explore the diversity and function of marine environment and developing news. You know tools to assess ecosystem south and function And Response to natural and man-made environment and on the biomedical side were exploring the oceans vast biodiversity a focus on marine microbes to identify novels. Dna. Who's an organism For applications for other applications in biotechnology on also creating the next generation of Genomic To dance marine animals as models for medical research and our focus is on long list. Us resistant animals.

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Tua Tagovailoa's Recovery Shakes Up the NFL Draft

ESPN Daily

08:15 min | 6 months ago

Tua Tagovailoa's Recovery Shakes Up the NFL Draft

"Time last year to ten goodbye. Loa was the consensus number one overall pick in the upcoming NFL draft but when a devastating hip injury in November ended his season at Alabama his NFL future was cast into doubt now with new reports. That too is recovery is on track. Teams are debating whether his elite talent is worth the risk and the entire draft. Looks like mystery? I mean at times? It's Tuesday February. Eighteenth this is espn daily presented by ADT. Todd Todd mcshay is an NFL draft in college football analyst for ESPN so todd. The last time we saw Tunga Velo on a football field. He was getting started off with a hip injury and it ended his season and Alabama title hopes along with it. News broke last week regarding the status of his recovery. What we know now well first of all I was there that day and it was brutal to watch behind. He's down to us. Down Helmet came off. This is exactly what you did not want to see happen and I was probably ten. Maybe twenty yards away from him as the to. Mississippi state defenders converged on him. And you could just tell right away. Something was wrong but then I saw the bloody nose at first and they said the trainers got. The plastic wraps in there has the gloves on their hands and and I just thought all right. They're they're just taking care of his nose and he'll be done for the day and then he went to stand up and you could tell just how deep his knee drove his leg into his hip that something was seriously wrong so it's good to hear that he has passed his first test. If you will sources confirm to ESPN at the most recent tests show is healing well and has good range of motion to what could get back to football activities in a month if he continues to progress well and is now moving onto the second phase of of the Rehab and recovery stage. There's still a lot left to determine and there's still a lot of rehab to go so that's going to be the biggest thing in terms of his evaluation between now and late. April's draft is where is he? And what are the doctors really? Think about the long-term WanNa talk to you about his injury and the draft. And you know the time line for all of that but I I wanNA talk to you. About what a good football player he is because prior to that injury he was the base star in college football. And you've been watching him for a long time wind it I strike you. This guy's got this stuff how `bout that throw in the national championship talk. He had never started a game and now he's in the National Championship with the game on the line he was coming off of a bad play was able to shake it off. He's keeping his is down the middle of the field and he's working that safety just a little bit to the right. He's trying to move the safety as much as he can because if he does. He knows that he has Smith's breaking down the sidelines. The is move the safety just enough for him to go back to Smith and make the throw of the year. I mean he just knew the spot that he had to get it to and to come in the second half and to have the confidence to lead Alabama to a victory. That kind of told me everything about him. And from that point he kept developing. But if you go back and just really study his tape the things that make him special his deep accuracy is as good as you're gonNA say he's so quick twitch he's like a drew brees from the left handed side you know just how how works in the pocket and goes from one read to the next but keeps his is married to his feet. He fits what you want in today's NFL. But is he going to be healthy enough to with that hip recovery to to have that quick twitch nece and and the ability to to move as quickly as he has tie? You're around these players but also these programs. What did you hear about how to? Oh was handling the injury in his rehab process. Everyone loves him. There's a calmness and a poise about him that you rarely see with with college quarterbacks or any college player so. I'd like to leave you with this from one of my favorites McGraw songs. When you get where you're going don't forget turn back around and have the next one in line. Always stay humble and kind so confident but so humble talking. Nfl SCOUTS IN GM's not a negative word about him. He's a special human being and wherever he winds up going. He's going to be the face of the franchise obviously but he's kind of a culture changer if you will and and. I think that's part of the draw in part of his value. It's not just this injury right. He's had other injuries that have caused him to miss time. He broke a finger sprained. A knee injured his quad. The ankles even before all of this. How much of a concern with that? It's a big. It really is a big concern and the problem is if you study the history of it if you look back. I think it's the last ten years or seven quarterbacks that had college injuries there were first round draft picks that all of them have had some varying kind of durability issues in the NFL from Rg. Three to SAM. Bradford Shawn Watson Marcus Mariota Carson wentz Teddy Bridgewater Jake Locker. All of these guys have gone on to have injuries now. They're not always the same injuries. Some guys are are just injury-prone and just knowing. Nfl teams in the amount of time and the amount of studies that they do. Especially at this position. Especially with first round picks. That are going to cost you. When you're talking about quarterbacks in the top ten twenty to thirty five million dollars in guaranteed money they're doing the research on this and they all know this. You know your job over the course of these college football seasons you're not just evaluating these players you're thinking about where they'll be drafted if to ahead gun her at that point in the season where do you think he would have gone. I think he would be the first overall pick. I think if two was healthy Cincinnati would be taking to a number one overall. I really do if he didn't suffer that injury. We would be having a great debate between two a ton of Iowa and Joe Borough but ultimately my guess is that too would probably be the decision at Number One and knowing Cincinnati. They'd probably they do something to maybe move out of that spot. Make a mistake and let Miami or the chargers Carolina come up and get that pick. If I'm being honest he's he's better than Joe Borough and I love Jober but if you tell me these two guys are going to have ten year careers with no injuries. I'm taking two but then I've got a measure. R Joe Borough has been durable. Jost has shown the ability to kind of fight through pain a little bit more and to stay healthy and so. That's really the deciding factor. In my opinion I have to ask you know. Why do you think he's better than borough? I mean rose coming off of arguably the greatest season we've ever seen by college quarterback. What is it about two as game that you prefer? If I knew he was going to be healthy I think he just kind of fits a little bit better in terms of what what the NFL is today. Terms of getting the ball out quickly and being decisive and then also when you take shots down the field. But I I love Joe Borough to if I WAS CINCINNATI. I would take her over to because of the durability issues. Borough is worth the the first overall pick and I think Cincinnati would be making mistake if they didn't take jober tied. You have to take proof your analysis because you're gonNA get clipped saying to us better than Joe Borough and that's GonNa Follow you forever. 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Concerns over coronavirus has kept Chinese factories closed. Here's how that affects supplies and deliveries in the U.S.

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:22 sec | 6 months ago

Concerns over coronavirus has kept Chinese factories closed. Here's how that affects supplies and deliveries in the U.S.

"Concerns over coronavirus have kept Chinese factories closed as because Brian Kelberg reports that's starting to impact supplies and deliveries here Peter McGraw with the northwest seaport alliances China is the biggest user of our port a meeting over fifty percent of the business that we do on the container side pieces its concerns about the respiratory virus that's extended the lunar new year

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Can Taylor Swift change the music industry?

The Big Story

09:47 min | 7 months ago

Can Taylor Swift change the music industry?

"Ever since recorded music came a big business artists have been getting screwed by their record. Labels this is is not a secret. Ask anyone who pays attention to the industry and they will give you plenty of examples outside the industry though. It's not usually public book unless it really interferes with an artist ability to make music and even that it's never this public lately. There's there's been a new shift that has affected me personally and that I feel is a potentially harmful force in our industry and as your resident loud person I feel the need to bring it up. And that is the unregulated world of private equity coming in and buying our music as if it is real estate this it just happened to me without my approval consultation or consent you might recognize that voice it is one of the richest voices in the world. So yes Taylor swift can afford to take a risk. She used her acceptance speech when she got the woman of the decade honor at the billboard awards to to address her very public feud with scooter. Braun who is the new owner of her former label big machine and along with that the owner of dozens of songs thanks swift recorded early in her career. So what happens now. Is this a new precedent for the music industry with artists. Speaking openly about who Owns the art that they create or is this Taylor swift doing it. Because she's Taylor and she can and how will her former label and scooter bron fight back. Jordan Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Amanda Kingsland is the National Music Director for country music stations on Rogers radio across the country. She's been following Taylor swift since Taylor. Her came onto the scene. Hey Amanda Hey how are you. I'm doing really well. And why don't we start with. Do you remember when you heard Taylor Swift for the first time time and what you thought I do remember actually i. It was the first few months I started here at the radio station. We received We received her album. I'm in an envelope With a bit of a plan it kind of came with this rap sheet that Said who she was and what the plans were for her. You know this would've been maybe early. Two thousand six. So kinda pre people sending you an email with all the details so it came in a big envelope and I remember sitting down and listening to it and I re I. Yeah I remember some of the songs thinking this is a little kid and I remember some of them thinking. These are incredible lyrics. I remember immediately really falling in love with the Song Teardrop Guitar. I thought it was really really smart. How for single Tim McGraw resonated and how they were able to use that to really get a foot in the door and country music and I remember being here at the station when the phones blew up asking who that girl was or who what who sings that song that the toxic Tim McGraw your she resonated with people immediately? And you don't see that a lot with artists you see having to play them a time especially in a time where social social media wasn't where it is now there wasn't a big social campaign or digital campaign to put her in front of people. They did that organically and it caught on so quickly. Where where did she come from? And how did she come up in the countryside of the business. We'll Taylor grew up in Pennsylvania on a Christmas tree farm which I always think is such a cool fact and just very authentic in the country lifestyle. I think to grow up in In the woods or growing your own trees Turned to songwriting really early and You know obviously her. The parents were super supportive and realized that she had a gift because they brought her from Pennsylvania to Nashville In the early two thousands when she was about thirteen she got a publishing deal with Sony at fourteen years old and then signed a record deal with big machine records from there and and you know she spent time writing songs and then did what you often hear. People people do and went from label to label asking to play songs for people in asking for a record deal. So that's sort of how things got rolling you know. She went up and down music row pitching her songs as a fourteen year old was at guitar and got told no over and over and over. So yeah I think that that's a really that's a very you know picturesque story. You would hear about somebody going up and down music row in Nashville asking. You know knocking on doors and asking to play their songs right. It's like the the quintessential central origin story. But then she signed with big machine. And what happened when she was just getting started with them. That matters now like why we're talking about it today. Yeah yeah well. I think that how big machine started is kind of important to this too. Big Machine was not a record. Label Pre Taylor Swift Scupper shadow left. His current aren't label. who wasn't interested in signing fourteen year old writing her own music which was a caveat in how she wanted to do things and so he decided to start big machine? Gene records Not launched with Taylor Swift. And you know I've I've heard Scott sister actually worked for the record label for years with us on the Canadian side and she told me about them sitting on the floor of an office space he had rented and there was nothing in it yet and he called in some favors from some other people in the industry and they actually were pudding Taylor's albums in envelopes on the floor in this office space and mailing them to radio stations hoping for airplay and that sort of how big machine started was with booth with Taylor. Was it talked about in those early days. When she signed that record deal which was two thousand six? was you know that part of that deal. Was that the publishing rights to the songs things that she was singing were owned by week machine. Every person has a different deal an every person has different publishing houses or how they get songs and how those are broken broken down as far as royalties go. It's all different for everybody so I guess you know at that time. It didn't really matter and then fast forward a handful of years in a whole lot of success excess and You Know Scott selling the label. which involves Taylor's music and the rights to that music? So that's how we end up here today. Eight were hearing this buzz around Taylor not getting to perform her own songs or Taylor you know not owning that music that we all have come to love and why. She's where she is today Eh. Can you explain a little bit about how those rights work. Because I think some of us who listen to music take for granted that different people might own the actual rights to a song. But I haven't heard ever before really of somebody not being allowed to play their own music so just so you know we can clarify that. Rights eight means copyright. It means you know licensed music and that means that the publishing rights would earn you money when it streamed downloaded put on a CD performed live heard on a radio station used in a television. Show anytime you hear that song whether it be live or recorded somebody Is He's getting paid because it's been licensed so that's what we're talking about when we say you know not owning the rights are not having the rights now because of a breakdown of how those come together and again it's different for a a lot of people in how much percentage they get of each category by category. I mean there's a lyricist or a songwriter. There's a musician who pulls out altogether. And then it's published through a publishing company who copyrights it who gets a percentage so You know Taylor's case. She may be collecting royalties as a songwriter air. But she doesn't own the rights to those songs and doesn't get to control Unfortunately with those albums released with big machine she doesn't get to control when those songs are used because she's she doesn't have those rights right so they can sell them to a commercial and she can't do anything about that right now now as far as I understand if they were to do that she was still get a portion based on being the lyricist songwriter. But she doesn't get say on how it's used. So how did this escalate into the kind of public feud that we've been following for the back half of this year. Well in my opinion Taylor swift is an incredible incredible businessperson and she. She always has been even when she was on. Good terms with big machine and sitting in those boardrooms. She was very active in the decision. Making so I don't know that not having the rights to these. These songs became a problem until she wasn't in that boardroom anymore. But she's always been outstanding to her fans she's cultivated. This incredible following she gives gives so much to those people who then she can in turn ask things of as well and when this became a problem for her she was able to turn to her fans through her social platforms and let them know what was going on and request their support to get her to where she wanted to be. And you know as much as there's so many people have somebody opinions on this But quite frankly it's quite brilliant to who use this fan base that she has and that she's cultivated to get the results. She thinks that she deserves her. Needs to see and I think that's how we all ended up hearing about it. Is Taylor making us all aware And again that's one side of the story when Taylor comes out and makes aware of what's happening but it started with the company being sold or with majority sheriff of big machine being sold his scooter Braun And she was unhappy happy with that. 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"mcgraw" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

03:26 min | 11 months ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on The Big 98

"Someone is very. on the password to one owner or somebody that at all. they often think about that may not be in their life any more I'm gonna say that now here is thought about you from Tim McGraw. Tim McGraw on will come back I.

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"mcgraw" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"With all due respect to Daniel, Jeremiah and David Shaw rate. Great talk that we had here in the first hour about those guys, but there's a buzz in the room. Tim mcgraw? There's there's like an energy in the room in a buzz in the room with Tim McGraw being here. And that was just great, right? And I mean. My I've already that didn't sound like like a nice guy. I'm a celebrity, and I'm gonna give you the nice thing because I'm trying to say nice thing to say. I mean, he could go I got a if he, but it gave you the blue check Narine on your singing, I may be on the voice next year. Rich, you know. I wouldn't turn my chair. Okay. If I were, you know, I mean, that was pretty awesome. That you get to share about your story about him. You heard his story about his his uncle with his dad. Amazing. That's what it's all about. Right. There thing in its good times. And I was nervous though, you playing it from your phone. Yeah. Because you know, he dropped the fast. So you did screw up through up to the beginning. Yeah. Remember, we had Tim on via Skype. Yes. Our pod. From Syria Syria from his house just looked it up. He was in his wife's bedroom Bs. Remember that office? I remember that. Kills office. Yeah. Yeah. In two thousand eleven on Skype got a deep history with our pro. Yeah. I remember that. That's why I said too many left on my. Hey, man. Thanks for doing our podcast years ago to school again, you can hear this a buzz in the room. People are only cited so Kurt Warner will join us at the top of the next down. Bring us down. Let's get to our poll question, which we haven't hit yet selling trading in your car, you need make good choices in with truecar. You've gotta star in your roster. So when you're ready to sell or trade in your car, check out truecar to cash offer is not available in all areas..

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"mcgraw" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

"Boy found some doctors, and he had some surgeries in, you know, ended up having a bit longer life and being around a little longer an in spend a ton of time. But you know, when he was going through surgeries, I was I was on tour, and I was flying in after shows to the hospital, and but when he got really toward Nian sick. He wanted to come to Nashville, and we had a farm. We have a farm here in in a cabin up on hill. And that's where he ended up staying in the last couple of weeks of his life, and my sister, and my brother Hank came in. And we got to spend some good time together in a cabin up there on the hill, and sort of just spend his last days, and that's where he ended up passing away. You got to believe that's what tugs said that was his mantra that was his Majuro through playing baseball. Was you got to believe in? You know as corny as it is. And is crazy as it is in his to fall is at all is. I mean is true. You gotta believe if you don't nothing's going to happen famous. I think it's something that you have to learn to either think about are not thinking about, and I think it bounces back and forth. I think sometimes you think about it. Sometimes you don't think for faith night eighty percent of the time. It's about us in our family and going to school in the mornings and going to a basketball games and going to football games. But we decided that we were going to get married and decided we wanted to have kids of wanted to have a family, and and we were going to do this. And and all that it entailed in in the combining of of both of our crazy lives. The one thing that we wanted to do was to make sure that we were gonna put our family. I we're going to schedule everything else around as they become little people, you know, and they have their lives, and they have their schedules, and they have their friends and they had their activity. Things like to do. We just made it part of our deal that that's I and everything else to of evolves around it and finds a whole. There's a side of yourself that you don't get to discover unless you live in a house with three daughters and a wife. I mean, it's it brings something that you need in your life. As a guy brings a softness. I think and it certainly brings up perspective in and up. And I'm a guy's guy. I like guy things in live in a world of or used to be Barbies and chiffon. But now, it's you know, teenage daughters, and my oldest one's got a boyfriend now, and then she's dating she didn't a college golfer goodness sake. So I I struggle sometimes to to know what the right thing to do is. But I do know that what you have to do is you have to listen, you know, any guy tell you. That's the toughest thing for us to do. Because what we want to do is jump in and solve everything. Anytime. There's a problem we want to jump in and saw that. But that's been the biggest lesson for me. The biggest thing that I've learned and living in a house full of women is to just sort of put my brakes and sit back and just listen. And I'm I'm not good at it yet. But I'm getting better at it. As time goes on love hearing him talk about what living with all women is taught him about being a man ten is pure country, but doesn't allow that label to confine anything. He does he believes the true give. Of being an artist is always getting another chance to do it better. Despite decades of success. Now, he says he still can't quite believe. How far he's come. Well, we're not surprised at all Tim McGraw. You are master the core of country music is who the artist is not necessarily what the music is..

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"mcgraw" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

"You heard in your life stand up on a club somewhere and just sing a Salween? You're blown away by it. So I think I'll probably shouldn't be here. But then you start realizing how passionate your about it. And then you start learning more about it. And then you start writing songs with people that are really great songwriters. And then you start feeling I just loved it. I was eight up with anything that you do is peppered with doubt. And it's also pepper with believe you have to do is you have to not let the doubt win. I remember being in the studio and it a few sides, but another producer singing over and over and over again and not really thinking. I got it. Right. And what really like in the songs that we were recording. And I remember going to dinner with him that night. And he goes, no, you're nice guy. He said, but I don't think this is for you. I think you probably, you know, unless you wanna find another part of this business, you want to work, and you you might should not be involved in being a say. And at first I believe, and I remember that night and questioned myself in question, whether I should do this anymore question. If it was the right thing to do. But I didn't want to do anything else. I couldn't imagine. What else? I would do. I could imagine how I was going to pay my bills. I couldn't imagine. How else I was ever going to make a living? I couldn't imagine doing anything else, but making music, so we didn't work together anymore. The label sort of just stop paying attention. Anything idea taught figure I was about to lose my record deal. So I was sort of own my own there, and I got all these musicians together. And I said, look I want to do a show down at this place called dominant or off it was a little more. That was downtown Nashville. I had a bunch of friends who are musicians are not probably had like a hundred and fifty bucks left in my name. So we learned all these songs, and I sent out letters to all these different producers and record labels and everybody all over town and Byron Gallimore. He said he wanted to work with me and that cell. I really started getting my confidence back. You got to make yourself go forward. You have to make yourself push through. I find for me, especially there's always that doubt. That drives you forward how long ago, let the doubt overcome the belief that I could do Tim McGraw and faith hill. Our country royalty back in nineteen Ninety-six. There scorching onstage chemistry made spontaneous combustion the highest grossing tour in country music history. And by its end ten and faith were married. Almost twenty years later they have three daughters. Tim says he still in awe of his wife and all that. She does the thing about faith is she's she's so talented. She's one of the best singers that I've ever heard in my life in any kind of music. I always say that she's probably one of the top singer in the world. She actually bursted onto the scene and she came out with her first single wild one NIA long. With you know, millions of other guys instantly fell in love with her. I can't remember walking in my manager's office at the time. And there was a billboard magazine. It had a picture of her with their feet up on a couch and had just stopped and stared at and I'm like who the hell is this? So I'm watched her career and ninety six we did. There was some talk about us. It was my first headline Twitter's talk some talk about her maybe possibly being on the tour with me. So we did a festival together up in and Wisconsin. And we did this thing where we the whole band, and I would come out on the end of the stage, and we would do sort of electric slide. Trust me. It wasn't dancing because nobody wants to see me dance. But it was my very white country singer version of dancing. She was watching the show to the satisfaction..

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"mcgraw" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

"I played baseball basketball and football for a kid that keeps you busy. He certainly learn a lot sports. But for me, it kept me engaged in something that kept me, you keep your mind off of things that may not be necessarily good mom and stepfather had gone through a really nasty divorce. And and there was a lot going on in my life through my junior, high and teenager turmoil in my life and a lot of sort of dysfunction in our family, but they got involved in sports. And it was a good outlet for me. You know, one of the greatest people in my life. I met through sports are nurtured me through sports and was coach Butler who's not with us anymore. But he he was somebody who was a big influence on me somebody that always sort of was a sort of a steady rock in my life. He was a history teacher, and he was the basketball coach the baseball coach and assistant principals, well, so he he's sort of delivered the punishment. When when we were kids, you know, when you got sent to the principal's office. Been something coach about or is the kind of guy that everybody in the community looked up to when it would rain really hard to, you know, co places give flooded imparted. Coach butlers routine was come around in a pickup truck and pick all players, and we would load up in the back of the truck and go down to the cotton gin and load sandbags and take them in but sandbags around people's house, and the male role model situation around our our home wasn't wasn't. Exactly great. So it was really awesome to have somebody like coach Butler who he was always somebody that you observed and and sort of learned how you should carry yourself. I remember when I was home from school one day, and my mom says I was looking for Christmas presents, but I I don't think that that's exactly how it happened. I think I was in her closet. I think I was looking to see if there was some quarters or something falling on the floor. You know, always looking for some change or something. There was a shoebox there and open the shoebox in the first paper pulled out of that shoebox opened it up and it was. Birth certificate. And it said Samuel Timothy McGraw McGraw was ex- doubt. And it had Smith written in hand above it. And I didn't have a clue what that meant. And I kept reading and I read downward sim father's occupation professional baseball player. And that's how I found out togue McGraw that he was my father. I mean, it was just so out of nowhere. The whole idea of it. And the thought process it was almost like an alien showed up and introduced to sell this at high. I'm from Mars. I mean, that's how far in it was to me to me as an eleven year old kid. It was like finding the golden ticket willy Wonka factory. I thought it was the coolest thing in the world. Not realizing the trauma that had created to everyone in my Lai. And to me, I didn't realize the trauma and created him me. I mean, those are the things that you find out the odor that he, you know, the more things get your kitchen, but a met tug the first time when I was eleven and it was just a quick sort of launch..

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"mcgraw" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on Oprah’s Master Class: The Podcast

"He's even been people magazine's sexiest country singer. But despite all of that superstar, Tim McGraw remains a simple southern boy at heart. He grew up poor living in a broken home. Tim admit it was rough. Sometimes very rough when he was eleven years old he discovered a family secret that would change his life forever. Ten years later, Tim sold everything he had and moved to Nashville he played in a lot of bars and wasn't an overnight success by any means. But by the mid nineteen ninety s his albums were going platinum and his tours selling out and during his record setting spontaneous combustion, tour, tem met, faith hill. Their romance is a country music legend and now they're raising. Three teenage daughters. Tim is still so humble even little shy. I'd say and sometimes performing an packed arena. He still can't quite believe. He belongs there. Everybody has a story. And there's something to be learned from every experience. Use your life as a class. This is masterclass with Tim McGraw Rousey, a lotta guys must show every now, and then there is or girlfriends, and they'll really care about being, you know, for me, I'll play to that person more than I do anybody. I mean, that's a challenge for me. Get those in sometimes I'll be a guy or something that's sitting there. And he's almost laughing at me, and I get it. It was like this clown. Who's this clown joepat around up there you who is crazier? My group l look I I don't know. It's it's fun. It's fun to find somebody like that. And make a connection even if it's not about them like in your music. It's just about. Yeah. Yeah. It's fun. You know, it's really not about use in which is it is about the environment that you're in and the music that you're playing in the feeling that you're creating I grew up in northeastern part, Louisiana, my mom daddy. My step dad horse two sisters that I grew up with it or antastic and grew up in a very rural environment. There is some tumultuous times growing up. We certainly didn't have any money. My mom got pregnant with me, and my mom senior year in high school. I think they sent her away to sort of hide and Louisiana with relatives. She grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. So she she was she just loved beech music. So I remember listening to all on you all the beach boys songs on all the Jan and dean songs when I was a kid in anything that would come on a raid. Oh, I knew the words to because she always headed cranked up. And she I remember, I guess I was probably around a year old when she was working at a greyhound bus station and Raval she had me right beside the jukebox in a little play pin in the greyhound bus station and horse. Smith was a truck driver, and he used to come in and all the time and she ended up marrying him. You know, my step dad Horace growing up. He drove an eighteen Wheeler a lot maybe sort of cowboy county guide. I spent a lot of time with him in eighteen leader. And I listened to eight tracks Merle haggard and in George Jones and Merle Travis. You know in truck stops at six in the morning and listening to ju- boxes and things like that. And listen to truckers talk in the one of the things that always stands out when I think about a certainly think about laying in the cab of the truck driving down listening to music and just a highway going on in those are great memories of that. But I think one thing that I remember that it's sort of Monday, but it's pulling into a cotton gin, and he's big such and pipes that would come out of the cotton gin. And there's an operator that's in this little cage sitting up up pie and air operating. These big suction pipes that suck all the cottonseed out of the trailer. But I mean as a country music artist, there's not a better foundation. I don't think than than Holland cottonseed across Louisiana and Texas in eighteen Wheeler to spend eight tracks, George. Jonesboro haggard is pretty good foundation. How's it athlete?.

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"mcgraw" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"mcgraw" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on Who Charted

"What was i don't care mcgraw one no it's called tim mcgraw by taylor swift well listen i'll check you got something i gotta show natasha that video she doesn't know about that yeah taylor swift she took my manhood one night i it's a whole long story but hey gang that's a good tune it sounded like quality i'll check them out what are they called milk carton kids milk carve an kids match their music cheer doesn't it'd be a punk outfit yeah really like ran away yeah not coming home you're like soul asylum they were good i could hear that well it's gonna be tough to be he set the bar high let's see what's coming in next at number four number four it's most pick drake with god's plan is back they do you love me yeah what's wrong you put his coaching in the song yaldo durrell is in go take a three point that's what it's gonna stop like thinking about basketball draw drawn over there is that player there you go what if blair that all fifty avengers put the with the adventures oh nice we're witnessing cartoon created i don't i i saw this music video three times this is like the only new song that i that i know the music video it's when he gives it yeah he gives away so every time i hear this i think about him giving smart see it is think about him having kerr's being nice firm south hip hop shorter with battling and graffiti and now it's down to drake well modrow's cartoon character.

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"mcgraw" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Yeah it's inclusive she also has been a guest judge on american idol dancing with the stars and appeared as yourself on an episode of broad city her music has been embedded in pop culture in in film since she roast fame in the ninety s wow i mean that's just sad that that you can be threatened that way you can be cowed into being so cowardly just because of bunch of people's start jumping on you in twitter don't read the tweets she's but people are so easily shut down and there's no better for them to shut people down than twitter because nobody knows who you are and you can be as nasty as you please i mean i'm sure should i twain who is a country star is probably quite conservative it's no secret and it shouldn't surprise anybody that most almost all country stars are conservative the rockers that are all progresses communists the country stars are usually right thinking americans and canadians other than faith hill and and her husband was tim mcgraw other than hill and mcgraw who are hardcore democrats really yeah you didn't know that i don't know that yeah the are mcgraw hill is a book publisher when i was a kid too right yeah this is a matter of fact i've never put that together i haven't either my right uhhuh it is not the same hill no but yeah it were the textbook people that's strange is crazy.

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"mcgraw" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"mcgraw" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"If it's more lopez and its add time again i got a four pack of tickets to him i have him on any party announce mary farm pollard when he gets up six six five four four mayan is now horn this is aids gene bye faye guzel chief baby tim mcgraw if the he did guzzle too she's babies laura dern oh share that on the moon you may ask all right hang on the day nor there prayers those so hands sampha has since his opponents say no this lately and did result should deal she pay this saudi throws phenomenon all was fair that only when you later reigning knows there playing in those so burn damning planning norman lear would do whoo ubcv but you're not alone was that i'm leaving nearly two via yeah larry thou new jason la la land day whoa ow with shares that i'm leaving nearly two the.

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"mcgraw" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"If it's more lopez and its add time again i got a four pack of tickets to him i have him on any party announce mary farm pollard when he gets up six six five four four mayan is now horn this is aids gene bye faye guzel chief baby tim mcgraw if the he did guzzle too she's babies laura dern oh share that on the moon you may ask all right hang on the day nor there prayers those so hands sampha has since his opponents say no this lately and did result should deal she pay this saudi throws phenomenon all was fair that only when you later reigning knows there playing in those so burn damning planning norman lear would do whoo ubcv but you're not alone was that i'm leaving nearly two via yeah larry thou new jason la la land day whoa ow with shares that i'm leaving nearly two the.

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"mcgraw" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"mcgraw" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mcgraw" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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