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"media association" Discussed on Journalism.co.uk podcast
"Organizes journalism placement mentorships in the uk created their own charitable foundation and their first donor was the arch. Well foundation the nonprofit created by prince harry and meghan the duke and duchess of sussex more recent reports from the public interest. News foundation have only bang the drum louder recommending that policy makers and philanthropists in the uk support initiatives to transfer learning from the us nonprofit new sector but the concept of what qualifies as the charity will change over time and this conversation is one that continues to gain speed in prominence. So i asked kristen. What exactly is about america which has created such a thriving culture of philanthropy. Think it's absolutely growing. And i think more and more newsrooms across the country are seeing the value in having Sort of another revenue source. That is sustainable minute certainly something that we have been doing for ten years now so um we may be sort of the old kid on the block in a certain sense But it's great to see so many Journalism organizations dipping their toes in and in just one example of that we help teach a journalism philanthropy cohort mom in the past year with the local media association. That involved Sixteen publishers of news organizations across the country and that six month cohort in unto with a few months after that in that period on raised almost five million dollars Which is really incredible to go from zero for most of these organizations to bringing in some some dollars that really fund journalists fund projects fund Core in critical work people understand that the world of journalism has been contracting right. We've lost an enormous number of actual know bodies reporters who bring on that journals and we have what people would call. News desert's in so many places on many places in america that used to have a small local newspaper no longer do and so a lot of communities really lack that local coverage and accountability and i think People crave that and they also see at national level that there needs to be accountability of government and public institutions. So i think that Funders are becoming more More and more aware of that importance and realizing that they can make a difference by really investing In good journalism. So i think that we will see more activity there As this conversation really grows in people really see that intersection and why it matters so some extra of like everyday rita donations as well as philanthropic people. Come with with a large sums of money right. how how does that come about. Do you have to outreach to specific philanthropist. do they come directly to you. How does that work..
"media association" Discussed on The big d zone
"I'm gonna you shut that off because we had a very good conversation about insurance go ahead shot out the convention normally go to normally go to the national sports media association convention. I went to my first one last year. It was great. Because i what's interesting about that. As i know a lot of the people that on when i consider all media so a lot of guys that i grew up watching pick their brains a little bit how they became what they are networking. Does that's what we're doing here over. High-caste move in as well. Last year my goal was to go out there. Bring them out. A lot of my shelves. Problem is that the pandemic and now everything's been turned upside down and everything kind of got messed up a little bit. But you know down the road and i'm hoping to get there later in december and then in the next year till i love being around the big heavy hitters in the sports industry but ultimately though my goal to sean is to be able to do a lot of non sports related type of broadcast so that i can get the average consumer business involved as well as everybody else. So you talk about. Transcendent is trying to do become more versatile event to me is really love doing. I'm was wondering how i'm gonna adjust to this format here a lot of seminars taking a lot of knowledge so my goal here simply is. Let's just try to get a lot smarter. Don't think you're gonna master everything network as much as you can't focus on building my youtube channel. South florida tribune youtube channel looking to get his basic began to build a video part and the audio side takes care of itself as well and they can find it on my website..
"media association" Discussed on M&A Science
"The brand building exercise. You're making me nervous. You seem really serious about drilling enough. Trump cross-examine is wanna learn. This is interesting stuff. Because i never thought about the brand building part of private equity our understand your view around it because it is important even as an operator company we constantly get reached out. And that's the first thing it's have heard of this firm have not heard of them and if i have heard of them. What's the media association of the reputation. I'm curious to hear your view about the strategy of developing at brand for private equity firm. Are you really differentiating it. I'm not gonna name names. 'cause a lot of the people firms are friends of mine and great businesses. But i think you can go back to the early days of private equity. And i could say while this guys are really smart and they go in a trade out. The management teams the first thing they do and they put a rockstar management team. They fix that business. And they make. I could take the word. Sharp elbowed just that phrase and throw it out in certain circles a private equity and there's one firm name that you'll probably get about eighty percent hit ratio but that somebody who went out and built a very strong brand with lp community around what they do and how they operate in lp's loved they're like. Wow these guys are day are not afraid to go. Toe-to-toe and make the tough changes that have to be made but the problem is they built such a great brand with the lp's that it's spread over into deal source network. I think it's a really important thing to think about. Is these if we go back to those three different constituencies within your organization. Ideally you want to figure out how you can build one brand and everybody's singing off the same sheet music. And i think it is. The first thing i would say is sit down with those groups execution team the origination team and capital or the lp origination team and come up with a consensus message of what it is that you do and i think it needs to be consistent and has to be simple because there are two thousand five thousand active private equity firms out there power you separating what you do from everybody else. The other piece of advice i would give is go out. And actively try to listen to a bunch of other people in private equity who've been successful tell their story tell their elevator pitch and i remember in the owner says two thousand six or seven at onyx. We were looking at doing deal with another private equity. We'd seen the deal is a little bit big for us. And there's another group that we brought in for a second management being so same team. And i got to come in with another group and the management team had already heard my story which i'll be honest arrogant told the story ten thousand times great at it. I got all my jobs lined up and sat there and had to sit back and watch another private equity group if their pitch and my first reaction was dude. Stole my pitch. He settled all the same things after jokes overlap as he was talking to a management team. If you don't go out and actively listen to the ways that people tell the private equity story you can start to believe you're bs and a great board member and i'm really good listener. And everybody's telling that story there's only so many ways to tell the private restore we all use the phrase second bite of the apple management friendly the alignment of incentives to the same phrases. Come up over and over again and trying to figure out how to come up with a different way to tell that is one of the hardest things. Private equity is a challenge. It's got to go beyond we by businesses fixed. It is. it's not it's been a friend of mine likes to say it's not rocket surgery as just math. And the way that the deals are structured is not how you're going to differentiate yourself at the end of the day got lead trust and if you can build trust with whether it's deal source of the management you've got a really good chance of at least having your story heard and i think also of winning. That's what makes this game. So fun is that it's not like there's a magic bullet out there or somebody's gonna come up with some new and innovative structure. That can't be copied by everybody as soon as it's done but one time you've you gotta go find these deals and you've got four enforce these partnerships one time which again i i guess the greatest most entertaining educational industry in the world. When you talk about the the brand and projecting it onto the story like values become a part of it is. That's something that you have conversations around and even to that is what elements go into a hundred percent. I love to see. If somebody like a researcher at stanford should go out and collect thousand different private equity elbow malls thousand different icy decks and a better standard deviation away from the mean on those would be tiny you look at the heritage of private equity firms. People have branched out form new firms the way that we look at do. The math around deals is very standardized and having been through sixty exit processes bringing in four banks to pick one to go on bill byers list of one hundred fifty on down the ten management meetings in two or three final bidders to see how common even after all that work that l. o. is look the same. The numbers look say. The management incentive packages look functionally the same in hot market. Like the one. We're in now. The winner wins by Edge terms of price and package when that is the case and there is so much commonality in terms of valuation. It's another thing like about the industry. Is that people get to say three bidders here the same price. So how are they gonna break time like i say. I like working with these guys. I see eye-to-eye. I like how they interact with my managed. I like how they interacted with the hostess at the restaurant we went to for the management of the little stuff like that. I like how they interacted with the receptionist at my company. All of those things begin to matter when people are saying. Hey this is going to be hard and we paid a big price for this. We've got to go into a competitive market for the add on acquisitions. I wanna do this with somebody that. I actually like spending timeless. I think the values the trust in the character in the friendship matters in an efficient market points on the second. One you made around customer focus. You made a point. You have your relationships at your. Lp's the management teams. Were supporting. what goes into that. Like how do you look at keeping that focus and making sure that you're really delivering value to those different entities and the first part of that starts with just a deep understanding of what your customer needs. Are you dealing with an lp who's invested in two hundred funds. They don't care about. How awesome an entertaining and how much funnier annual meeting as they need the data in their form on time. That's like the number one day assuming that performance is in the band there hot button issue if they have two hundred funds. Make this easy for me. You're dealing with the family office that mostly deals with public securities and they have won private equity vehicle that they're in love getting back to their roots where they built their own wealth talking with small entrepreneurs. They love the annual meeting. They love to walk around and have a beer with our. Ceo's and hear about how we did the deal so that's hugely important to that family Same thing investment banks visited small intermediary..
Teens, Tech and Mental Health: Oxford Study Finds No Link
"Tuesday. We mentioned a new study by the oxford internet institute looking at the impact of technology on mental health and teenagers study which included data from four hundred and thirty thousand teenagers in the us and uk found no change in the way. Social media affects mental health between two thousand and ten to two thousand and nineteen. Let's dive deeper. Although there has been little evidence to date technology use decreases mental health worries about its negative effects are a popular topic of conversation. In fact parents have been worrying. About what a new technology will do to the younger generation since the invention of paper no really and even all the way up until the current claim that video games caused violence which has been scientifically refuted multiple times the study by the scientists at the oxford internet institute and collaboration with the university of oxford and the university of cambridge aim to examine whether technology use has affected mental health differently over time. They did so by comparing social media used television us from nineteen ninety one to two thousand nineteen using data collected from ten to fifteen year old students in the us and the uk and separating the data by sex the surveys included wellbeing measures like loneliness and self esteem as well as tv or social media usage. Hours out of the eight associations minen this research only three showed some change over time both social media and television use became less strongly associated with depression but there was a slight increase in social media's association with emotional problems overall the study found no significant change in the way television affected a tenures health versus how social media affected teenagers health. In other words. New technology did not have a different effect on the students. There is also no consistent change in the effect on suicidal issues or conduct problems like anger outbursts and in this specific study no difference was found between sexes. Either
How to market yourself in a changed digital world with Valentina Borbone
"Welcome to another episode of the elevate. Podcast we delve into some of the most interesting minds in business in real estate for the very best tips and strategies implemented. Elevate your business. I'm samantha mclean editor of late agent and host today show long before any consumer picks up the find the actively researching online shortlisting the right person for the job. My guest on. Today's show is an expert at making sure that agents do make the shortlist valentin -able by an easy digital marketing educator and c. e. o. of the bantu group she's also an advisor to the international social media association. And would be familiar to many of you as a coach at digital live. So valentine welcome to the show alarm thank you. I'm delighted to be here. Finally as we were just talking a minute ago it was about a year and a half that you were speaking at Twenty which got cancelled because of the pandemic so. I'm super excited to have you join today. And i'm hoping that this episode might be a bit of a masterclass in social media. Because that's exactly what you do and it's such a hot topic right now. yeah well. It's definitely bain evolving and. I don't think anyone has been left unscathed in the last couple of months after what happened. We faithful and aluminium. So i'm really looking forward to maybe reigniting some of the things that i have talked about in the past and we'll take giving people some new tapes that they might be able to employ. They haven't thought of now. But i'm so happy that we got some of Prop twenty out there. The law greats fake is knows a lot of preparation that went into one event. Like that until only really get victoria in adelaide done before everyone else unfortunately got canned. I'm it was a real shame. And i hope everyone has actually digested some of that content in its digital form. Go out online. Yeah absolutely and i think a lot of paper would actually naive from that as well because in our area i did put all the sessions up online and before we get into today just in case. People aren't familiar with you in the work that you deal. They have been under a rock and haven't been digital live or any of those things. Can you just start a little bit with who you work with the help and how you help them. I have eighty marketing. Mind tie career and that's agency side marketing. And i was very fortunate that i was one of the digital leads for admiral. Which is our advertising citation. So the last ten years. I write they three months. The ticket greg polls and toll shit by evening classes. Dye cloth changed by the time. I'd written the content and ice to take about a thousand people a year including in-house training. And what that led me to his teaching for. Rei teaching lots of different real estate groups. And that will take me anywhere from stabia ray. Len lice stockland mirvac three to all of our residential and commercial real estate agencies. Mcgraw ri- watt bill property And everyone in between non-organic rattled them off. But i started to work in real estate miceli because i was educating siles paypal in how to sell digital solutions and that tending to let's take the agents halliday's digital solutions works that they can understand what some of the best opportunities Still run training programs in house with someone like lane. Lice of the becca covered the face to face national ride. Shy got cancelled. Tweet is in studio with a program. That's now launched. Globally means that people are still investing in their ongoing training and learning. And what we need to remember. Is it changes really quickly and without notice. And if the media bargaining card didn't heartfully get everyone on the same page with that in the last couple of weeks. Last month than i will learn after that i know right. So let's talk about that for a moment because we were banned in amongst a whole lot of other people in real estate i mean even the portals couldn't escape so real estate dot com the you demand dot com that a you for us. Facebook was down the list of our traffic sources but it did upset me that people couldn't share their good news or malate when someone gets a new job or when someone gets an award they couldn't share any that they couldn't share their properties on social media which was a bit of a big deal. So what was your experience when facebook banned the news basically because you would have had a lot of clients who were affected ideas and there's a few things that come with that firstly it was indiscriminate. It wasn't just use science. We all saw that the hillsides whether the government related or not. They absolutely went down but a mustard factory was taken down. One of construction clients was taken down. It's a win. A rhyme or reason to who was peaked on an really came down to that was a bit of a powerplay. Dying on zuckerberg wanted us. I really you wanna play. This guy will guess what bengals the button you don. Hey let's play the right game. Sorry it did come down to. What was the definition of media within facebook and also what category some people had picked their business stink to bay under
"media association" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"At W. L e X and to Kyle Tucker of the athletic sportscaster the year sportswriter of the Year, respectively, from the National Sports Media Association. That announcement coming down today, So congrats to both of them. Wow. That's a big deal. It is a big deal for those guys. Well deserved. Yeah, I am, too. I am too. Let's go to Bob in Jamestown on the Clarks pumping shot phone like Bob. What do you say, Coach? Congratulations on that big gator win. Uh, coach with all this virus going around is the NC double away with the bubble. That shit got over the team. They're all together all the time. Every restrictions been changed any opening up more time for practice. Are they still the same that they were before the virus? Well, what a great question. Um, because we don't have class. Until the 23rd So we're in camp. Now we're going twice a day and sometimes a meal together. Twice may not be practicing twice and maybe film. Maybe a lift. But we are spending a lot of time, but you still have to give him off one day a week. So yes, we give him off the day after a game like they will have off Wednesday. The issue becomes The interaction that these kids this age need. You know, they need that interaction. And you know it's You know, I've done I've had him over the houses and we're doing three days a week. Testing my issues, not one war on campus, or like department and everything the school has done to protect these kids. Off the charts. That's why we best able to keep going while other teams have not. Problem becomes, you leave campus. Now you get in an airplane. You go to a hotel. Now we send Busses out ahead of us. So we know we're getting into a clean bus a sake bus with the safe driver. You get into the hotel you get into the meal rooms, even though we're masked in there, Matt. There's just that's where I worry. I worry when we play another team. That a player becomes positive and we played against that team. What does that do? We've had players now. That The hard thing is from a virus. Now, they may say it's not We don't know if it's this virus or another virus, but it's from a virus and I worry about those things. But I also worry about mental health. I keep coming back to that. I've been able to hug these guys and thank goodness we started playing better because they're you know, these guys felt the way to the world and I was trying to take it off him. But You know they did. Oh, yes, We're doing all the stuff we need to do, but When you start traveling all bets are off from the Facebook page. A question about Dante Talyn's defense You mentioned you tweeted about it wants you to talk about how it is improved. What's he doing better. All right, so I can't tell you how proud I am of him and Isaiah so there has been struggling defensively being where you're supposed to be. When you play defense. It's not just you play your man. Normally you're playing your man, plus one more. That's what good defensive teams do. And normally, if it's pick and roll defense, it's not just the two men. It's the other three. It's all five. So you have to be where you're supposed to be on the court before you can even worry about reacting. Before the last game. Day, Allen spent an hour an extra hour With Isaiah with the coaches. Watching tape to make sure they be where there was supposed to. That's how conscientious they are. That's how much they care about team in a from out there. I want to do right. Isaiah. Game ago or two games ago game ago. Didn't want to go back in the game, Not because he was mad. I'm screwing up, Coach. I'm hurting the team. And I'm like, stop. I have faith in you. Care about you. I love you. You're gonna be fine. That's why I kissed him on the forehead. Calm down. You're gonna be fine, but by them spending more time watching tape, they make less airs and there where they're supposed.
"media association" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast
"So how how long have you worked with the the. Nss f- Now you mentioned you kinda met some of those those folks that shows and things like that and just kinda worked your way into it. So how long have you been working there. Yup so that was over. Six years ago. That i i mean at this point. It was almost seven years ago. When i met my supervisor at shot. Show But i got hired about a little over six years ago moved to connecticut for three and a half. Years hunted in the northeast. A lot Really got a solid Foundation at With learning all about the industry about operations how we can do things. Most efficiently on behalf of the industry What the industry voice should be or what it is and how we can kind of steer that in the right direction. Both for for everything that we do. I guess Which does delve into politics Quite often so So learning like the politics of everything with with firearms and with hunting all that. That's not my favorite side of things but It's it's definitely something that's really important to know when it comes to making decisions for voting for example prime prime prime topic right now. Yeah exactly no kidding so so yeah. I mean i i was out there for three and a half years and we've done a lot of really good things since then and Yeah and actually. When i was an intern with the professional outdoor media association A couple years. After i joined the nsf team I actually became a board member on the professional. Their media association so So that kinda everything just changed really fast and so now. I'm like deeply rooted in the outdoor media realm as well as the marketing side of things For for the industry so it's pretty pretty fun entertaining job nice. It's good in a good bit of travel. I imagine yeah. I mean not during cova the time but but but yeah i i travel a decent amount enough to keep things exciting It averages out to be about once a month. I go on a trip a lot of the times though. It's too like conference so from the times that i filmed hunts. You know. I would fly to you. Know middle of nowhere in utah or something like that. it it now. It's me flying to florida in jacksonville or or to houston texas sir. Las vegas to go to conference or something like that. But but it's fun because i get to see a lot of people i know in industry in a lot of lot of good stories to tell always and it's just fun working with a lot of people that share your same passion died much into the world of a cooking wild game and fish. Yes yeah. I have gotten into cooking a lot more over the years right away. I mean i would go hunt like like geese canada geese and i would shoot them fund shoot. Now then i'd be like crap. Now we gotta eat them now completely turned around. Now it's It's actually really interesting. I always so. I'm not a big wine drinker. Alcohol in general but which But i do know enough people who like wine and i know that wine You know it's an acquired taste. There are a lot of little tiny little flavors in wine Tell you about how the wine was made. It was made of and so on. And so forth and i compare that to wild game especially ducks.
"media association" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Smoothie King ruled the day So money spin offs. You know a time. There wasn't a lot of spin offs in the sixties or the fifties. This show on the family generated so many so many spinoffs. The first one was Maude. Correct. Yes. You know the word spin up. Always interested me. I always thought about you Bring on a player that you think I can't work in his or her own show. And she's kind of a Bush league player on DH. You're what you're trying to do is groomer or him for the major. That's that was the terminology. I always Okay, thinking about it. What we wanted on all in the family. We wanted somebody to come along that would reached through the depth of a lot of years. Beats the hell out, you know? But I learned something like an old relative with a gret. Yeah, You didn't invite her to the wedding. How could you have done 27 years ago? That person coming at you with that? More was ah, Cousin, a za girl and best friends of either. Yeah, The whole family was sick. The whole family was sick, and Marty was called to come. Take care. I remember the episode. It was absolutely vintage because it was the first time I think I saw Archie Really beat up by somebody that with it needed to be either playing that role with that grudge that came back from that came over the years. Now, now from Maud came good times. Didyou get flak at the time. Because of the portrait trail of this black family. You know, in Chicago that it was, it was more negative. We got flak. Ah, couple of years in there was some slack. Some of it was helpful because it was about why Ah, right is the only black character Uh, supporting a family working three jobs. Why is it not the truth in America, people move up. Move on. And several, uh African American newspapers carried stories like that are hints of that, Uh, feeling. And that motive we were taking about them. Actors, uh, do the Jeffersons, but it's certainly motivated. Moving on up. Absolutely right. Right. Right. Right. Which I would say you Remmy remedy that with another sitcom. So the Jeffersons and I forgot, you know, obviously. The Jeffersons came after good times and in it surprises me always because really, they were, you know, so proud. Prevalent in the first season of of the show when you develop those characters, you know Isabel Sanford and I know Sherman Hemsley came a little bit later. Did you ever think in your in the back of your mind? Here is another show or did it come to kind of later? If you did good times. Bush league characters Wherever I mean, you couldn't you couldn't hire a good actor without wondering if that good actors shouldn't move up. And, ah, that motivated this. Much of the thinking. Is anything else would never find us see this glorious performer in his or her own shop? Sure. And then there was one day to time and and read that they're you know when Maude you know when, when the abortion issue came up on Maude, this was a episode originally written for Bonnie Franklin. On one day at a time. What decided to go a different route in a whole different show with this with this subject matter. Well, it was written originally on. Not that it was the same script that you know that was finally done because Joan Harris, who later created Golden, Gross wrote, It's responsible for the abortion episodes on all in the family. The one. I can't remember who it was the team that wrote it for Bonnie Franklin. But we were. I don't remember exactly why we have made it. But we've certainly intended to make it when somebody came in with a newspaper article about a woman in her seventies that was raped. And as we talked about, Dad, we saw it. You know, rape is usually considered what? What they look for. First is what What was the girl doing to entice the guy horrible, which they're sure to her spiritually short of So this kind of thinking, uh, and speculation And certainty that older woman I ever seen this story are rape to cause us to say, Let's do it with Jean and not with a young woman. Gotcha! Gotcha. Well, I will tell you, you know, one day the time. Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman Fernwood Tonight, Sanford and son. So many others. Silver spoons, fax the life different sorts That just came from you Square Peg. Well, you know, giant collaborating. Absolutely. But still out of out of all the other shows outside of all in the family. What show? Would you say? You're most proud of outside of all in the family? Well, I would say more good times. Ah, Okay. All right, All right. All right. Fair enough at one spectacular thing about it. And that was that it's It's set up something at the beginning. And, uh, you know, it was on five nights a week, so there were several 100 episodes. And it concluded on the same thing, which began it wished to explore the impact of the media on a simple housewife. And the media drove her crazy and her on the data stuff Kind show. Uh, as result of the inquiry of three, the hard hitting media bullshit. I can't say that. Can I, uh, whatever you like, Uh, they drove her crazy and that's one of the best acting jobs have ever seen. Very cool. Very cool. Now I have also, I also know you've stayed very active over the decades to speak up for the bill of rights, obviously producing these shows. I would think you would. You would have to be in specifically the First Amendment. You know the people for the American way. In the late eighties, you began the Environmental Media Association to make sure that the entertainment industry was, you know, environmentally responsible, which is very early on when you think about the early Excuse me the late eighties. Declare yourself to get people out to vote on countless others. And here's a little known fact that I think people might not know in 2001. You and your wife purchased one of the first published copies. Of the United States. Declaration of Independance. How cool was that? Patronymic. Okay, this was one of 26, known to exist in the world was the only one in private hands. And, uh uh, it was this group were printed the night of July 4th 17, unlike the one that was signed that was signed over months. Uh and, uh, and there's only one copy. But this was printed to be sent by horseback around the 13 colonies. And there are 20 something left. And so I looked at it as our country's birth certificate. The night of And we had the best time in the history of good signs. Uh, sending it around the country with the cooperation of major Watchers in the U. S Postal Service. It was fabulous. Well, that's what I love about. It is not only did you purchase it, though, but you, you you took it on the road. You let people see it. You shared it with a country that's pretty. Didn't I hear you? I hear you. I'll tell you what nominated for an Academy Award induct into the television. Hell of fame in 8 1984 4 Emmy Awards The Humanist Award Ah Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the National Medal of Arts. And so much more absolutely.
"media association" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America
"And less continue to build nests up I encourage everyone at check out all the stuff that you do. Follow it, and obviously that's why we're here man I wanted to tell people about it. So thank you again for your time. Thank you we will link up again I'm sure. Yes. This is just the beginning. Hopefully. In real life as we emerge here, I'm looking for. Version this like it's funny. You think about it. We're GONNA be so happy just to see each other and listen. In physical just Yoda's you like, Oh, my goodness. But but if you think about it, we've all learned a greater appreciation for certain aspects of community that honestly we have taken for granted. So there's always good that can come out of what it was and is a very traumatic situation connor percent we always opportunity from hardship and again I used to RSVP. And not go. Now go to everything I can't wait to go to things. So. The means I'M IN-BETWEEN ZOMBIES, safety, well, all the best to you and yours, and thank you again for your time. Likewise thank you as well case. Once again, I'm manny faces and I thank you for listening to Hip Hop Can Save America Aka the world's smartest hip hop podcast. If you appreciated this episode, please take a moment to rate interviews at rate this podcast dot com slash hop that's rate this podcast dot com slash hip hop easy to remember and very helpful to the cause in addition we could support the show and get some special offers at Patriot dot com slash manny faces every penny goes into being able to continue this and other work advocates for the use of hip hop music and culture to improve society and Uplift Humanity This show was created, edited, produced and hosted by me on my production company Manny, Faces Media Association with the Center for Hip Hop Advocacy and fun fact I also produced a theme song. For more about my projects including the award winning Social Justice podcast newsbeat information about my public speaking my upcoming event calendar and more visit my online home base at many faces dot com. For All, things hip save America visit hip hop can save, America Dot Com. Thank you for listening, sharing, supporting, and showing. Love. Appreciate. Show. We're out..
"media association" Discussed on Ladies Like Us with Nazanin and Nadia
"She's one of the most influential people in the environmental movement and entertainment industry. Let's welcome CEO of the environmental media. Association Debbie Levin Yay. Soga or guys Danny you. This is a special episode. Yes we really. We've been talking about being environmentally friendly with our everyday life. So we're excited about this. I've heard snippets on your show. Okay yes I was very happy and very like excited that you guys were into this way before we met. Yes that's awesome. Well I think like that's just what's happening right now is everyone is realizing. Oh Shit this is bad. This is getting bad. I mean you've known this for a while right. Most changes real. It's all real so like she said we. We're we're going to need like the the handbook for dummies saw on how to do this. The Right Way. Tips and tricks Before we get into that let's go back to like your beginnings and why you even went down this road. I'm just curious. What intrigued you into this. It's kind of a random story okay. and I've been running the Organization for twenty years. This is literally my first year. Yes Environmental Media Association. You were way ahead of the game. Website is green. The number four and all of our handles instagram marine for marine for So I was actually a mom. I mean I'm still a mom and I had teenage kids and young teenage kids and I was invited to and I knew nothing about the environment. I was just really excited when they actually dropped off some little little. Been when my kids were really young at my house and said you could put stuff in here and it's separate from the garbage so I was really excited like I put newspapers in there. We were still getting every day. And I put you know whatever cans and bottles and I just thought I was like the coolest personal. But that was you were and so. I was invited in nineteen ninety nine to a very small luncheon. That was actually the the Yemeni awards it had started. We're celebrating our thirtieth anniversary which is an organization which is amazing. It's amazing how forward that was and so I sat there At at this table with people who had no idea it was it was literally a mother from school. Invited me and so I as I'm thinking about this and as I'm hearing what they're doing the idea of because our mission is to get environmental content into the media using the media to talk via pop culture right. I mean my God. This is the most brilliant thing I've ever seen in my life. We are the storytellers for the environment. They weren't doing a minimal of that at that time they were. They were working to get environmental messages into content which was great but remember nineteen ninety. Nine right NOSSA. Not even a hint of social way thing and so we. The I knew that they were doing which was great was they were talking to writers and trying to get them to put things into content. Which was incredible. I was blown away by that idea because I was a person who was not aware because at that time. Only like environmentalists. Talk to environmentalists. Rile happens a lot. Environmental groups talked to environmental groups and no one is speaking to the public to tell them what they can do. How they can be empowered and how they can actually implement. Why is that? They don't know how to speak. English right excites their scientists are saying yes there researchers litigators go do it. Our job is to tell the story voice and so I asked wdv too many questions to the guy sitting next to me. He literally asked me to go to lunch with him the next day and come run the organization. Wow I mean he. I didn't know they were sort of saying it was kind of crazy. Destiny right there for I walked into an empty office. There was no one there. There was almost no one on the board left. It was an amazing board. There was one on the board because it was it was put together by heads of studios and amazing people and had a great pedigree but it was really not there was one assistant who was basically stoned offer us. And I'm like okay here weekend and no files and I thought this was at the very beginning of two thousand and I thought you know we do what we do is. We're actually celebrating her thirtieth year of it. We do the awards and honours gala which is like the Green Oscars or the Green Golden Globes and all about content and and sustainable and environmental celebrities. And it's like this wonderful wonderful event that we do. It's an award show but it's also an honoree show and so I thought going we'll go back to that but I thought okay I've got like let's push it to December because it's like February I and I don't know what I'm doing. I didn't even notice and repeat was which is I just thought it was this thing that has logos ask in front of it. Is I know how to name. And so I said let's just push it to December and we'll figure it out and because it was gonna be the tenth one so I thought it's either amazing and it's the tenth or we don't exist and I really really tried and so bottom line is it worked We had amazing honorees. We had incredible performers. The first thing that I did do taking over in early two thousand was I was invited to a ton of environmental organizations to their events to sort of see what the what the community was like and the community was old And even I said that I thought they were really old and I had teenagers and so I thought. Oh my God this is. It was old white by the way. I thought this is just not going to work right and so I my kids were in school and I kind of literally pulled from like they had cool. Parents aren't school in Santa Monica. There was a lot of people in the industry. Some of their friends as they were getting older. We're starting to work and My my goal was to make the make environmental issues and sustainability way cooler and weighing that and And it's evolved tremendously got. There's so much to talk about but my goal has always been to be very clearly using celebrity voices influence. Our voices loud voices to be the voice for the environment that they could speak personally and as a parent I wanted to also know. How do I do this? So it's easy and I just keep my family safe. Uh-huh how are we healthy? And how do we not have toxins and chemicals in the house? Because I think that's the thing that's relatable people were talking about climate change now. Actually everybody is talking about climate change which is a conversation but nobody wanted to know about what those words were when they wanted to know was how can afford to keep my kids safe. What do I feed them in what away? Because that's their world and it should be And so for for us and for me and I think that that everything and so I always approached it looking at somebody in in the way that I want to. Just get information just like you guys. Tell me what to do so that I understand what this process is and how I can be better and also really in terms of process really forgiving and knowing that everybody is on the path and no one is done right. No one is done. I don't care who you are. You're not done. It doesn't stop does not and we applaud every step of the way right and you are just as kick ass on step three as you are on step four hundred three step in the right direction. It's an awareness. Yes so this is something that you know. This is sort of how it's informed the organization and we're an organization now that has incredible celebrities. I'm sure you've looked at our board. Jaden Smith is one of our corporate board officers which I didn't know that he started the box. Water right or what is it? Just watch which is just water so as she pushes away our plastic but I did it. Come armed with gas. I'm sorry so amazingly so we have the with the awards and honours gala every year We also have m impact. We've got program so we can talk about that. But I was told C. J. Didn't twenty-one think this was like five years ago. I was told that he had started with starting this box. Water company have. This was everything to him and he was seventeen years old. He created this like this is all him he. It was him when he was a kid in the ocean and found plastic bottles and said to incite what the hell yeah and he is so smart and so kind and so knowledgeable and so passionate and so he started this with with with his partner drew with the support of his family which is really important. His father's very involved the whole family is really involved. Easing and his vision was to have a completely recycled sustainable Barber bottle with plant based so sugar king cab coming from Natural Springs. How cool and he. They figured it out and it launched when he was seventeen. Wow and so it's amazing. And so I was connected with him. Bef- like as they were just starting to launch a and I said we need to honor you. You're seventeen years old absolute and we have a future award for people. Who are you know on their road to you know environmental greatness and it's been everyone from Ian Summer Halder Shalin Woodley to you? Know we have all these amazing people that we've honored and so he and I got along on the phone. Wake me like I just like. This kid is incredible completely bonded. We ended up honoring him that year in October He came backstage and said this is the most beautiful group of people. These are like my people. And how do I joined the board and I said you just it and so he honestly he is such an important part of our organization his vision he immediately got really involved with impact which we can talk about He's amazing. And then we have other people like Lance Bass who also has a podcast who lance has been involved with us for fourteen years. Wow Atlanta's are co-chair and lances like he was this kid from in sync from Mississippi who didn't have a clue and we met at an event of small event that we did and he's like what. I don't know any of this but the sounds amazing. And you know these are babies and are this is the future so this is we. Our job is really to be able to speak to the public in a way. That's really relatable and now using social media post a gift I mean it's all you're doing it all the way it should be done because that's the way to get especially to younger generations especially having. Jaden on your side on your team that he's the perfect example. Yeah so impactful. Because they'll listen to him. I'm does it. There's nothing like literally. He's like running around doing shows. And then he's like texting me about some guy who should speak at one of our events. And so he's like he's passionate. Yes passionate yes. Wow that's incredible. Es So w what was your first personal step in the right direction. Like what was the first thing you did at home to change question? I WANNA know because I'm making personal changes that blocks straws all of that stuff so I want to know your I I mean. I think the first thing was recycling. Because it's so easy you could just everybody just.
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"media association" Discussed on Nobody Told Me!
"Investor And I had known a lot of people in this space and I had one of my friends was the guy who actually hit invented social networking working. And maybe you didn't know that somebody invented social networking patented social networking. So he got a patent On the idea of connecting through a network of people who know people And the the first site was called six degrees way back in the early days of the web and he sold at at the height of the of the dot com boom for a whole lot of money over one hundred dollars Unfortunately the next day was the end of the University knew it in terms of the DOT COM crash and within three months after the acquisition the company that acquired shut the site down and then went out of business which was very depressing so My friend and ruin rich who it was. The Guy who invented social networking was back on the street but not a company. Either and had an idea for another new company And asked me to come work kind of with him and I said I'm not allowed to come out and play so all I could do was was You know provide some cash and help out the business plan and raise some fundings. That's how I became an angel investor and and then I found I I'm a joiner so you join a little happy as a member and so there was a local group back in the early days of the Tech World World New York City and there was a group of New York New Media Association which I had helped to form back in nineteen ninety five and they had an angel investor program where people who were pundits founded or investors or who made it in the first round where would hear pitches from early stage? Companies Maitland write checks and so I joined that group since I was now angel investor And then that it was still in the nuclear winters we call it after the dot com crash and so then I in short order. The New York Media Association went under as well But at the Angel Group which was Part of it which was functioning on a It was it had enough legs to SORTA survive. So I took that over Kick that everybody who it wasn't writing checks and found a New York angels. New York angels is one of the largest most active in groups of angel investors in the world so I found that and back in two thousand four. So that's what what fifteen sixteen years ago now And started looking and doing a lot of early stage investing and so I've got about I think about one hundred twenty companies my portfolio at this point want Over time at my high was doing probably ten or fifteen companies a year that I was investing in and we had all kinds of interesting companies so for example. You're probably at here in San Francisco familiar with Jump Bikes the the I was the first investor jump. Bikes are chairman of the board of of Of Jump for six years until he sold his Uber Um I don't know if you're a comic book fan but Amazon's comic book operations called Comics Allergy. which has They they published books from DC and Marvel digital in zone was the first semester Mr Not in charge of the board of that So I have a whole lot of interesting companies along the way and back in having started This early stage Angel Investing Group Job I realized after a couple years that it was a very discombobulated non technologically inter mediated universe and very disorganized. I was people randomly showing up at events or somebody met on the street. who were your your? Your friend's friend has has a deal and I think that using technology there had to be a better way to organize and so I figured okay. Well if you use computers and you can So I went back to the special authorities and got on my hands and knees and she finds house so so I started accompanied today's called Gust and the numbers you were reading around those are actually had a date. CUSTOS now Supporting over eight hundred fifty thousand companies. That's a lot of our. What's the platform? That's that's used.
"media association" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"It may not be real easy but here's what you do. <hes> i would just put the doctor the same protocols you would a brand new puppy you get them home. Eh follow him everywhere. You take precautions with if you can't keep an eye on 'em. He should be in a crate feed. At the exact same times everyday put everything on a very very precise schedule because then at least you'll get the dog going at the same times during the day and he may not make that distinction between outside and inside but if you get them going at the same time every day you can make sure he's outside when he needs to be so i would get them on a very very strict feeding program. Don't worry so much about the water. The water will take care of itself once you control the food so when i say exact feeding schedule i mean if you're feeding them at at seven o'clock in the morning. Don't say well seven. Maybe seven thirty seven forty five seven o'clock every day for ten minutes. At first you might see he'll you know he might not eat enough other days mighty too much but after a while i will become come very regulated and that's going to dictate everything else so once you get the dog eating at the same time he's going to be eliminating at the same time and then you gotta then you gotta. Just make sure he's in the in the right place so you're gonna have to watch and there's no shortcut to keep an eye on. I'm just like a brand new baby or a puppy or you know any any new assistance. Distancing is the key. It's absolutely key. It's everything yeah but yeah with the food you know when it goes in the same food every day same time every day. It's going to be processed pretty much the same same rate every day. So that's the key okay. Consistency is the key so what about is that it's is a person i know has a chihuahua and then another person i know they got a pug and and they they they let them pee on the wee wee pads and in the house but the dogs have mistakes and go places other than the we we pads like all the time and i don't know how to train this dotted and it's like it's like we'll put it on a leash outside. You know it's not like you live in new yorker the another another neither one of these people live in new york so they could easily take the dog out your apartment but okay walk down two flights thousand betting man. You know what i'd say if it's dead easy to take them outside yet they let them going on in hudson popat they're probably not they're probably pretty lazy with watching them. They're not they're not being very diligent with watching they don't really want to that's why they got the we had. It makes you even more lazy as a pet owner. Yeah and dogs learnt through immediate media association so if you're not right there you know you'll notice a common thread in all of my answers yeah. You know you gotta. You gotta have that you gotta. You gotta be there when they're making kim stage. You gotta be there when they're doing things right so you can reinforce good behaviors squelched the bad behaviors but <hes> yeah you know you kind of profile people based on like you said said sound like during the thirtieth floor of an apartment building in manhattan thirty four walk up take them out. It's a ranch and <hes> and clawson. That's right so i would. I would say that they're being pretty lazy. I mean dogs never going to learn and here's the other thing once the dog starts going in different areas of the house even if you clean it they'll be able to smell or they went before and that creates the habit of going in those places so you know with the urine and the feces you clean it up you have to use. There's a urine neutralizer on it just to get totally get rid of that smell otherwise they're gonna go right back to the same spot yeah. We've had a thri percy our cat his he. He was in his crazy like a shelter..
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"media association" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"By the national sports media association. It's the third time. He's one he also copped it in twenty eleven and twenty twelve LaPierre radio, and TV announcer, Wisconsin badgers and brewers was named Wisconsin sportscaster of the year from the nighttime. He first one in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven times been covering the brewers since nineteen eighty five except for a short time in the early two thousand when he was doing the Yankees in New York City Adrienne road generosity. The NBA reporter for ESPN is the national sportswriter of the year for the second straight year, endorsed Burke making history. She's a basketball analyst for ESPN honored as national sportscaster of the year. The first woman to win one of those national awards the national sports media association started giving out these honors back in nineteen fifty nine Wisconsin recipients, Lloyd Larsen. Of what was then just the Milwaukee sentinel? They weren't the journal sitting in Earl Gillespie of EMP radio the voice of the Braves. That's when they were honored seven twelve with WTMJ coming up later this hour, we're going to go to Washington the latest on the partial government shutdown which is about to turn a month old ABC news White House correspondent Karen Travers has more on the meeting that wasn't yesterday. And what we can look forward to moving forward. There was another meeting that happened in Madison yesterday governor Everts meeting with legislative Republicans the captain's Jesse appoint will join us with her take on that that'll be at seven fifty one. You're on WTMJ were sports is next. Sponsored by holiday automotive highway Twenty-three in find elect holiday automotive. It's worth the trip getting you or you need to go, traffic and weather on.
"media association" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Is resigning from the city council's finance committee. It comes after being charged by feds with attempted extortion. However, Burke says an Instagram video posted this afternoon that he is still running for re election, and I am hopeful that you and my many friends will continue to work you already doing mayoral candidate. And Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle is reacting to the arrest of alderman, Ed Burke, I am dismayed by Ottoman Burks apparent abuse of his position for personal gain. Breaking the public trust. It's clear he can no longer uphold the integrity of public office and should step down from his role as alderman immediately federal charges against Burke, also allege he forced Burger King executives who needed his help on a remodeling permit to donate ten thousand dollars. Clincal brek winkle admits the person did try to give her the money. But she says she rejected. It Burke denies any wrongdoing law and also on the in chica-. Chicago police have made a second arrest in connection with the red line attack over the weekend or Nick gale with details tipster is being credited for the arrest against a second person. Among several teams who went on the rampage at the Chicago red line station Saturday night, the sixteen year old boy is charged with aggravated battery and mob action. Both felonies earlier a fifteen year old boy was arrested and also charged but police say they're still looking for other suspects as many as eight more teens who took part in the unprovoked attack shortly after seven fifteen in the evening. The group ranging in ages of fifteen to nineteen attacked three people the victims suffering bone fractures cuts and bruises the charges come two days after police released photos of sixteen suspected of participating in the attack Nick gale WLS AM, eight ninety new new large SUV family vehicle of the year and collecting small cars, just some of what's on tomorrow's drive Chicago program, the new Ford, Expedition, it's the vehicle that drives Chicago Mark be like reviews this week's vehicle serves a couple of. Different masters, and that's why it's still a big body on frame based on that Ford f one fifty we talk about the mid west automotive media association with incoming president Damon bell who's also into collecting very small cars with names like Hot Wheels and matchbox is a pretty amazing community of adult collectors. Now, some my call them fanatics. And the amazing thing about it. And part of the reason I think it continues to be so strong is there still ninety nine cents. You also have some fun with auto trivia, Chicago's perennial bestselling nameplate. What is tune in tomorrow? To learn the answer. Dr Chicago airs every Saturday at eight AM WLS news time six oh three and look at the roads still.
"media association" Discussed on Astronomy Cast
"Correct direction so they didn't die at the last moment. Yeah, There were eighty three engines. According to EMU she saw there was some placard it some rocket place itchy she was at, and she then did all the research to find out that there were eighty three separate engines as part of that mission. And that is where we look each one of those has weight has mass gift card at around. You use it, Then you dump it in. So you're always having to go back to that original discussion that we had last week about these staging rocket systems. Where do you hang on to the rocket and fire more propellant out of this existing engine, or where do you dumped the fuel tank in the engine? Because that saves you more overall fuel decreases your mass makes your neck. Asked stage simpler if rockets were kind of a sufficient as cars for example, than you would never throw any part of it away. And that's what Space X with the BFR is trying to move towards. But right now we're still not there. And one of the greatest concerns They're gonna have technologically getting the BAF are going is they're going to achieve this by using. Not eighty four engines that are used at all different times. But rather there can have a few dozen going off at once to first get off the planet. Then to do the thing wherever they're doing, the thing, whether it be Mars Munar asteroid or whatever. And then they're going to have to reignite those engines ANC get themselves home. And every time you add an engine, you're adding more complexity. And you're adding more points of failure. Which is always a bit terrifying for sure, but you're also potentially adding redundancy as well, Right? You get kinda both failure hand redundancy. I'm sure there's a word for their failed doned agency. Yeah, I called breast, Chris split acceptable risk and necessary, rest nuts. The thing is, as technology gets better, were able to figure things out in real time, we're able to have computers that are able to turn off this. Adjust that at hundreds of processes A second, even with slow systems. And it's this ability to do so many computations on the fly that is going to allow the BFR to do things. The Saturn, five folks could never dream of. They were working when computers were still new and young and wouldn't fit in the room. I'm sitting at. Yeah, Yeah, that I mean that is when you look at the capability of the be a far in the Falcon heavy in the way you can have a rocket land. Again, you know that's a computer learning to land rocket. It has to be very smart. And that kind of thing. Never would have been Basel back in the Apollo age. So they had to go bore simple One rocket one engine, maybe four engines maximum have the Moghul the same time, But now to have twenty seven separate engines on say the Falcon heavy in it for them to launch it, but also turnoff turn on and do their job. It's very complicated requires powerful computers, But I stood Maginness featuring mean imagine if you saw the back in the Apollo era and the rocket took off in all the stages separated than all the chunks came back to earth and you know naked stack them all back up and launch another one later on like it's just it's so different Where were moving with the levels of reusability that it's probably going to call in to question all. The wave via even that concept of what is an upper stage, What is maneuvering thruster? What are you need? All of that is going to be eased up for redevelopment. Again, we're going from the point where with the Apollo missions they had that choice stick, those push buttons that they used. That became our 1980's videogame controllers. Essentially, Tim now a human being doesn't have acceptable response times to do a landing with one of those rockets. We've all if were frequent fliers have had that moment of coming in for a landing when a gust of wind grabs your airplane year like we're gonna die, And then that Now your fine, You are fine. You may landed a crazy angle, but it's fine. A human being can handle that. What a human being can't handle is you have a vertical object which is much more subject to torque. And if you have a gust of wind That is significantly different at the top of that Rocket and vertical is the distance that gusts of wind tend to differ. If you have different gusts of wind at different heights on that Rocket, You have to compensate that and you only have It's not rear real drive but end drive. I'm not sure what to call this by. You only have one set of thrusters those rockets are doing the job of balancing a baseball bat on the palm of your hand. No. Yeah, So as we close up, I think it just It's important to note that the upper stages, The maneuvering thrusters They are the unsung heroes of rocketry that they're the ones that you count on. They spend a long time in the dark in the cold, and they need to fire when they have to fire where the mission is a failure. And we know we appreciate all of the upper stages amid ring thrust was out there for the hard work. This week career to talk about exotic forms of propulsion like I on engines and ramp done rail gush. Whoa. All right. Settle down. I will see all next week. Thank you for listening to astronomy cast the nonprofit resource provided by asked him sphere, no Media Association praise her Cain And Dr Pamela gay. You can find show notes, entrance grips for every episode of the struggle because the gum You could, he molested info at us from a guest outcome. Kudo said a storm to cast Like us on Facebook or. 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"Today the nation and world honours the life and legacy of dr martin luther king junior and pays tribute to civil and human rights leaders white sad sought fit to derozen be suffering not attend scot free offer won't broad ars but here's flowery device ling perhaps the rant is so excited everybody bows at about return a ball all ma goodness autonomy handover which should be sugar reform social watch there should with the go to of those i am rachel nickell we have future a hall of famer paul pierce this year the great jackie mcmullan hall of fame recognize also here and just named a few minutes ago i love this i guess it break news on what adrian has been navy national sports media association sportswriter over here breaking news congratulations repair extension and berry happy that you are here and there was more news coming up coming up in moments we will announce speak to them lina given out of the wizards general looking hair in this clever that's all i wanted to say come on classic s cool mm the classics thing madonna longer can too and that's a huge moment i'm sure in your so we are going to announce those later this the good show we're an hour gonna wanna hang out with us look there is no way to describe what happened at rockets clippers last night without sounding like you are reading a script for me welfare old movie and even then the studio would come back at you rate and say noted noto who adds way too unrealistic you gotta take some of that out players from one team storming the others locker room secret passages dumped since police twitter escalations and that's not even including what happened in the game which was with less than four minutes to go the rockets are upset about a miss goaltending call and blake griffin bumps mike d'antoni on his way back down the court whereas d'antoni would put it later he hit me and i didn't appreciate it of course under normal night that happening between a fivetime allstar any two time coach of the year would be a big deal but hey then chris paul fouls blake griffin which led to a knocked drama.
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