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14 fired or suspended following probe into Fort Hood soldier's death
"The U. S Army has punished 14 leaders at the Fort Hood base after several deaths of disappearance game national media attention this year is high profile army leaders were either fired or suspended following an investigation into the murder of army specialist Vanesa G. In a fellow soldier killed, gated Fort Hood and dismembered remains were found more than two months after her disappearance. It's family today spoke about the outcome of the investigation. Where seconds you could stay satisfied with what The investigation that released today. There was individuals that we asked for them to be removed and they have been removed. That's Vanessa Gideon's older sister, Myra.
HIV Under the Microscope
"I this week there was cause for celebration as a covid. Vaccine became a regulator approved reality in the uk. All the time we've been waiting and hoping for the day when the searchlights of science would pick out invisible enemy. Give the pala to stop the enemy from making us ill. And now the scientists have done it and they used the virus itself to perform a kind of biological jujitsu and in fact because of that jujitsu the uk has become the focus of world media attention as the first western nation to formally approve corona virus vaccine for public use. Nevertheless some are questioning. Why britain's been able to move so fast according to the uk education secretary govern williamson. Speaking to see it's because we live in great britain. I just reckon we've got the very best people in this country and we've obviously got the best medical regulators much better than were french. Arab muslim belgians have much better than me americans. That doesn't surprise me at all because we're much better country than every single was okay but if that is actually true then what is that. We're better at in reality. The buck stops with a body called the nhra there. The medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency and down to them. That we've been able to approve sizes new coronavirus vaccine in record time and to explain what's involved what gaps still remain in our knowledge. And what is happening with the other major vaccine contender. The one being made by astrazeneca. His gino martini from the royal pharmaceutical society. Any new medicine has to be reviewed and tested the mitchell ray. The job is to inspect review. The data that's being generated so foams physical companies have to pay the testing. We'll clinical trials. Testing will phase one face to face free with effectively. The the medicine in this case. The vaccine is tested in human volunteers and subjects which representative while the population people. You're gonna begin the vaccine to create these clinical trials. The data's collected and the whole basis have put together a dossier and that's been reviewed by the shaarei in this case. What is the damage of being working in real time with manufacturers review the data in real time so that's why we've been able to get an accelerated. Is it as simple as that. Because what some people. Think quite legitimately appointing out is that normally. It takes ten years to make a drug or vaccine and get that to market. Which means by the time it gets there. You've got ten years in some cases of follow up from the first time a person was exposed to that drug to the time at which you begin to marketed. Here we've got ten months so we don't have that long term insight true. What's happening here. Is that the nhra actively viewing people being executed. So there's already assistant quotes called surveillance. And so they'll be muller shaking people. Boxing aged just in case there are any adverse events alba to understand. The nhra is a very very good regulatory agency. Got great expertise in looking out biological jokes. Vaccines whom the signing. What data is needed sensual. Quality and safety and of course efficacy. Interestingly though the nhra have approved this agent for uk use but the the european counterpart for the hr a have not approved this more. Broadly across the rest of the eu and other countries in the eu. Haven't done what the uk's done. So why have we got that difference. And if it's good enough for us why is it not good enough for the rest of europe. But these things do happen. I mean differences do occur in interpretation with with data particularly when you have those as just the s but again a while alluded to before is immature About could lead robertson so a lead coordinates when they were part of the mea for all the you took applications like said sixty percent of new medicines being less than ten years or so the amateur were coordination. I got great experience in this kind of area and a great network of keeping lead his experts. Who can give council on this data so you know. I'm i'm fairly confidence. That amateur are happy. With the safety and efficacy and quality than out of oxygen. There are some gaps in our understanding and in the data we've had generated so far though. Aren't there for instance. No one under eighteen has had the agent tried on them so they won't be being vaccinated pregnant women. Currently there regarded as a risk group. But they've not been included intentionally in the charles. They've been actually excluded from the trials. So how we gonna deal with the fact that there are these individuals or groups in the population that haven't been actively explored as time evolves. They will obviously investigate. Those subjects will be evolving. The plan with the mitchell ray in finding house was the best way to include those people.
Berlin Model Y Timeline, TSLA Stock, Consumer Reports Autopilot Ranking
"Everybody robbing our here and today we're going to start off talking about about Tesla stock obviously a tough day for the markets. Today, we have some news on Mata. Why from gigabytes win an update from consumer reports on self driving technology and some news on the Fiat Chrysler Tesla credit situation. So Tesla's stock today was down four point four percent to four hundred and six dollars two cents compared to the Nasdaq down three point seven percent. So I think most of that move tesla was macro driven the S. and P. Five hundred and the Dow Jones Index had their worst days since. June I don't think volatility should be expected. Of course, we're heading into the US federal election next that's on Tuesday and a lot of places. Today are attributing the down market to a continued rise in covid nineteen cases, and in some locations that is causing restrictions that had previously been relaxed to be put back in place. So for example, I'm pretty close to Chicago. We heard today or yesterday that they are closing down indoor dining, and as we head into winter, obviously outdoor dining can be a little bit less appealing. So that can have even bigger economic impact than it would have during. The summer months for example and places like Colorado there at restrictions, doing things like closing down gyms. So we're seeing this all happen at the same time as the election approaches we haven't heard much on another round of stimulus or other. We have heard a lot about it, but we're not seeing any action there yet, and all that seems to be weighing on the stock. But at least at this point in time I don't see a whole lot of fundamental impact for Tesla. I'd be really surprised if had to end up shutting factory again I think eons comments and actions last time. That happened would make it difficult move politically to do that, but it's also not outside the realm of Boston. So we'll keep an eye on things as they develop. All right next up here we've got a story from Tusla Roddy, and before we even get into this unrest GonNa, add a huge preface that this report is just based on one person's interaction with one tesla employees. So a Lotta Times, information like this can just be completely inaccurate, but we're also here just trying find any little tidbit of information that we can. So I do think we're talking about. So test the ratty got. A message from a reservation holder for a model. Y. In the Netherlands and this person told Tesla Rati quote this morning. I got a call from Tesla in the Netherlands with some questions on my order. In that conversation, the Tesla employee told me that they expected deliver my Berlin build model y in q one or q two of twenty, twenty one they had just received an internal update on the billing process and Berlin and quote. So if we again go back to you this nice little timeline that was put together by Toby lend on twitter, we can see that four. Giga Shanghai. It took about five months ago from the first walls being constructed to the first body and and then a little bit over three months after that for first deliveries if Berlin can stay on the same schedule which so far it's actually been a little bit ahead of schedule from what the timeline was for. Shanghai could be looking at the first body and white sometime in January, and then maybe first deliveries sometime around April or may even March, and again that's based on Shanghai and there does seem to right now at least be a possibility of Berlin dragging even faster the other recent information. We got here was from the earnings call when dramatically no. When asked about the use of the pilot for forty six eighty cells and Fremont said quote we can use our pilot production facility in Fremont to support the new factory and Berlin as it ramps and quote. So within twelve months Tesla. Hopes to get that pilot lion to ten gigawatt hours of annual battery production that's a hundred and thirty three, thousand, seventy, five, kilowatt hour packs, and while it's not going to media, we hit that rate it shouldn't be too long from now where the output is you know maybe thousand or two. Thousand packs per month that would seem to hopefully track nicely along with the model why ramp up in Berlin. So again, on book this, saying take this with a grain of salt but to me, this does seem like a pretty plausible timeline q one or to, and this is obviously going to be even more interesting than normal vehicle ramp up would be because of the new technology tesla will be using in the Monowai. From Berlin I think we're all incredibly curious to see what the specs on that vehicle are give thing just while we're on the topic of motto that I want to. Motto I production is just about to explode. Next year I mean think about Tesla said in the ten Q, they're trying to ramp model white production not only in Shanghai not only Berlin but also in Texas in addition to having production of the why in Fremont came out on production on model y over the next two years is going to be incredible and prices are gonNA, come way down on that vehicle as production volume and look Liz ation increase. All right. Let's move onto the next topic here. This is from consumer reports. This got a lot of media attention. Today we're not gonNA spend on the time on it, but consumer reports today came out with their rankings for driver assistance systems, testing such systems from seventeen different automakers, and they actually have Cadillac supercrew coming out on top with a score of sixty nine and Tesla autopilot coming in second with a score of fifty seven. So of course, a lot of attention on this. But as I emphasized in the beginning, this is consumer reports testing for driver assistance systems.
Judge rules Breonna Taylor grand jurors may speak about case
"Be going public in the Briana Taylor case correspondent Jim Chris Solo with the story tonight. A judge has cleared the way for grand jurors to speak about the proceedings. The case against Louisville, Kentucky police officers who fatally shot Briana Taylor lawyer Kevin Glow Gahler represents two of them. Neither of our grand jurors are in this for any type of a claim. They're not really seeking that media attention they wanted to contribute to the truth and transparency of this proceeding. None of the officers were charged directly in Taylor's death. One was charged with endangering her neighbors when he opened fire, where a face mask on
Quarantining with Benzos
"Prescriptions Rose 35% during the early days of covid-19 particularly in women people are also getting benzos outside of the doctor's office this month doctors Islam and children discuss the emerging Trend in a commentary and click Psychiatry news. They are concerned that people will obtain benzos over the internet and that this casual use May raise the risk of Overdose deaths, although the media attention is focused on the opioid crisis. It is important understand that the majority of opioid-related fatalities involve benzodiazepines in the mix both drugs suppress breathing, but they do so in different ways such that the two together is much more dangerous than either alone throw in alcohol and the chance of fatal respiratory. Suppression is even higher If you're prescribing benzos to patients who also take opioids check out our September 2018 Edition which has a chart that will help you figure out whether the benzo is safe or not. And which both of those have the lowest overdose risk. Should you decide to continue the benzodiazepine? I think you'll find this chart helpful and documenting your risk-benefit analysis. Also check out the May 2020 issue of the car lot addiction report which has a good interview on benzos and opioids with Ken Morford from Yale and while complete respiratory suppression is a Federal Reserve or have benzo and opioid toxicity. We also need to pay attention to the partial respiratory suppression that occurs with every day benzodiazepine use when the lungs slow down infections find it easier to gain entrance. Benzos increase the risk of pneumonia by 25% according to a 2019 meta-analysis of ten studies involving a hundred and twenty thousand cases of gnome so patients who are taking benzos because they're worried about getting an infection may want to think twice about that
The Hillside Stranglers Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono Jr.
"Last time we examined Angelo and Kenny's turbulent childhoods. They're toxic attitudes toward women and their first three murders. Today will cover the series of strangulations that had Los Angeles on edge as well as the fateful falling out that brought the cousins on done. We've got all that and more coming up stay with us. More by early November, nineteen, seventy seven cousins, forty-three-year-old Angelo Bono Junior and twenty, six year old Kenny Bianchi Felton principle they'd raped and murdered three women and loved it. There I. Two victims were sex workers known to frequent the sunset strip and their most recent kill was an aspiring professional dancer and waitress but to Angelo and Kenny they were all the same. The cousins tossed the naked bodies of all three women along the. Roads and hillsides of Los Angeles noticing the similarities between the murders authorities suspected they had a serial killer on their hands and they quickly -duced that the killer wasn't working alone the lack of fingerprints, footprints and tire tracks at each dumpsite suggested that the killer had help. There was no way one person could carry and dump the bodies alone but not wanting to tip the killers off police withheld their theory from the media. then. Again, there wasn't much media attention on the murders yet and with little coverage in the press Angelo and Kenny felt free to choose their next victim on the streets of Hollywood and this time they wanted to be more discerning in who they picked. Angelo had a taste for strawberry blondes and firmly believed that younger was always better. If they were going to commit a crime, they figured the woman had to be. Worth it. She had to be beautiful enough to kill in Hollywood. It's not hard to find looks to die for and on November Ninth Nineteen, Seventy seven Angelo and Kenny noticed a striking blonde waiting at a bus stop along the sunset strip twenty-eight-year-old Jane King was a stunner who'd look years younger than her age she was perfect. Kenny approached the aspiring actress with a friendly smile and took a seat beside her on the. Ever the charmer he engaged Jane in friendly conversation for a few minutes carefully building a rapport with her as he listened to. Jane chataway Kenny. Feign surprise when Angelo pulled up beside them in the Cadillac playing the part Angelo offer them both a ride home which Kenny readily accepted Jane hesitated at first. But when Kenny flashed a badge and told her, he was in the police reserves, she happily got into the car.
The Suitcase Murder
"My name is Meghan Sacks criminologist at Fairleigh Dickinson University. In simplest terms criminology is the scientific study of what causes crime and how the criminal justice system. Response. To crime. Ridden about twenty, five true crime books over the years and I think many maguire is perhaps one of the most interesting ones and baffling. This is Melanie. McGuire arrested today minutes after dropping offer children in daycare. Melanie, McGuire a New Jersey nurse was accused of killing her husband cutting up his body and throwing it into the Chesapeake Bay. In two thousand, seven, what was being called? The suitcase murder trial was generating an enormous amount of media attention, not just in New Jersey, but all across the country three bazaar discoveries, three separate suitcases, all containing human remains the woman who is on trial for her very life. She says the real truth behind the crime has never been revealed with no history of violence and no apparent motive for murder. Could she really have done it? She was this beautiful young nurse and they were the seemingly normal middle class couple and the murder happened in such a grisly way. The idea that this beautiful nurse could have actually killed her husband and then cut him up is just incredible. Of course, they were salacious aspects. Maguire is a nurse and prosecutors say she had an affair with a doctor. She didn't fit the profile I. Guess of a murderer over the years and colleagues of ours have come to me and said, you know Melanie McGuire proclaims her innocence and to tell her story I started thinking Oh maybe there is a little more to this case than what you see on the surface and then the idea podcast came up and I was all in on direct appeal examined the murder conviction of Melanie, McGuire him following a highly publicized trial looking at the evidence that was presented and the evidence that may have seemed insignificant at the time before own conclusion about Melanie's guilt. We hear at ABC have our own history with the Melanie. McGuire case back in two thousand, seven ABC's Cynthia McFadden had the first on camera interview at the mother of two on trial for murdering her husband. Who was the Melanie? McGuire you hope to jury. knows. The one who tried to take care of everybody. Who didn't make the smartest decisions but admitted to those mistakes? To the people she trusted most. But. Did Not admit what what she's acute stuff. I have been incarcerated for twelve and a half going on thirteen years now. Do. You still insist that you're innocent. Absolutely. You're sitting here. A wrongfully convicted person. Correct. Absolutely and what have those years spend like? I tell people. It's not as bad as you think in some ways and it's so much worse than I could ever articulate in others. After all these years I. Still feel her I still feel bothered. I still feel like how could somebody think? That I did that. This whole saga begins on May. Fifth two thousand four with an odd discovery in Virginia Beach. Early morning a couple of fishermen and the kids are out on a boat by the Chesapeake Bay. Me and my friend Don Connors was going to go out fishing and we both had days off D. or Don. We Call Them D. said, keep his kids out of school. We're GONNA take him fishing. Everybody was excited. We went right out this bridge here. and to keep on going you run right in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. In the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel is seventeen and a half miles long. It really is quite astonishing. It connects the eastern shore of Virginia to Virginia Beach has two tunnels, two shipping channels, and then once you get on the other side, you go North into Maryland Delaware New Jersey.
The Limits of Filming Police Brutality
"This summer Ethan wrote a new article in it. He looked back on the optimism he felt in two thousand sixteen his faith that cameras and social media could reform the relationship between communities and the police tasked with protecting them. But now, he says increasing awareness through video is not enough as I was wrong. It appears that it was George Floyd's. Killing. That may have led you to change your mind and. You describe watching that video. And being struck by the police officers face as he looked at himself being filmed can can you tell me what it was? You saw that struck you. He makes eye contact with someone who is filming him. And he doesn't even attempt to say put the camera away. He isn't embarrassed about what he's doing. That is the image of someone who is looking at someone filming them and felt like they were not be consequences for his actions. I wanted to read back something you wrote in your piece you said the hope that pervasive cameras by themselves would counterbalance the systemic racism that leads to the over policing of communities of color and the disproportionate use of force against black men was simply a techno utopian fantasy. I think we often look for technological shortcuts to deep societal problems. Systemic racism over policing fear of black men in particular these are giant thorny difficult problems. And I think I and many people hoped that police body cameras in particular but also mobile phone cameras would tilt the playing field. For me the most disturbing and maybe dispiriting piece of this was the fact that we're starting to see very good peer reviewed large scale studies that suggest that police weren't body cameras don't have any measurable effect on use of force on police misconduct compliance, and that seems really surprising for whatever reason. This is not shaping police behavior and I think the answer is that police officers know consciously or unconsciously that there a set of protections that are going to allow them in most cases to use extreme force and and not suffer consequences for it i. think that overrides whatever psychological effects we might have from that sense of being watched. And yet it was that video that lead to water. Now, possibly, the largest protests in American history is that not proof that the the video works. Unfortunately the less. No and I have bad news on that front my lab at Mit Center for Civic Media did a very large study of media coverage of. Police violence affecting unarmed people colored. So we looked at over three hundred instances of unarmed people of color who were killed in encounters with police between twenty thirteen in two, thousand sixteen. What we were able to show was that there was a huge wave of media attention to these stories for about twelve eighteen months after the death of Michael Brown. Before Mike, Brown. These were almost always a reported as an isolated incident after Mike Brown, we were eleven times more likely to link these stories into a larger pattern of systemic police abuse violence. So for that brief period of time for about twelve to eighteen months, we paid much better attention to these stories and we told these stories in a different way we told them as part of a larger pattern. But by the end of our study, media attention was back down to where it had been before. My prediction is that we will see some sort of six twelve, eighteen month window of attention to stories like that, George Floyd. But unless something else substantial changes, I would predict that wave attention will away in much the same way the wave of attention around Michael. Brown federal way. So in light of that, let me continue reading from where I read before. In your piece you say that Techno Utopian fantasy you spoke about was a hope that police violence could be an information problem like Uber Rides or Amazon recommendations solvable by increasing the flows of data. But after years of increasingly widespread gut body CAM use an even more pervasive social media. It's clear that information can work only when it's harnessed to power. What what do you mean here? How do you harness information to power? The hope for change coming out of George Floyd's murder is that this is a moment where communities really go after the structure police departments and the structure of our associated with them. Ferguson. Where Michael Brown was killed is one of the best examples of this that was a police department that had incredible influence within local government and was functioning almost as its own revenue generating and tax generating force. That was a police force that struck Shirley had grown out of control, and one of the things that we have to realize is that we can use things like video and imagery to call attention to this. But unless we harness it to changing those broken institutions, we're GONNA find ourselves back on again.
Google AI Tries to Save the Whales
"Washington state and southern Vancouver Island are home to a distinct population of killer whales called the southern resident orcas. Black. On top with contrasting white I and saddle patches each has its own distinctive markings. From may through October tourists flock to this region to see the southern residents revered for their social nature and strong family ties offspring remain with their mothers for all of their adult lives. But, lately, those lives are being cut short. cavs are dying before they're born or shortly afterwards. The plight of one mother Orca and her calf captured global media attention a few summers ago. Marine biologists are keeping a close eye on an endangered Orca off the waters around the southern Gulf islands. Named Talla J. Thirty five to researchers her calf lived only about thirty minutes but instead of letting it fall to the ocean floor Tala carried the dead calf pushing it around with her nose for an unprecedented amount of time and hundreds of miles researchers say the whales are known to grieve, but never for this many days Orca known as j thirty five is still carrying her baby seventeen days. Later, the mother is going through a deep grieving process, but since then the mother has been getting weaker and weaker as choice to carry, it's dead offspring above the water assigned, she may be experiencing difficult and complex emotions not so unlike our own. Scientists believe calf died of starvation. The incident was well documented by researchers like Paul Cotterell with the Department of fisheries and Oceans Canada. I was out for the whole two weeks and it was very very emotional to see. Just, that bond and hell mum was just so they're reluctant to to let go of the calf. Cattrall knows these whales well, he and other researchers have been closely documenting all three southern resident family pods known as J K and L. The DFO for twenty, three years these animals are photographed in did. All of them every year. So we know. All the animals and we also know. When calves are born and went animals die. So this population is a very well studied in very well understood. Researchers know that the ORCA food supply Chinook salmon is becoming smaller in size and there are fewer salmon being born mostly because of overfishing. And the wheels are having more trouble finding the salmon that is still around because of a dramatic increase in ship traffic in this area. Perhaps, the biggest challenge, these marine mammals face. From The Wall Street? Journal. This is the future of everything. I'm Janet. Baben today on the podcast. We head to the Pacific northwest to understand the obstacles that confront these endangered orcas and how researchers are using artificial intelligence to help orcas and humans to coexist. WHAT HAPPENED TO J thirty five or Tala wasn't an anomaly the southern resident cavs have been struggling to survive for some time they've been listed as endangered in both the US and Canada since the mid arts. But their numbers continue to fall in two, thousand five there were eight. Now there are just seventy two in the wild one lives in captivity. Their home waters in the sailor, see an elaborate network of channels that span the coasts of Seattle Vancouver from Olympia Washington in the south to the middle of Vancouver Island British Columbia in the north. The see encompasses puget sound the Strait of Georgia and the Strait of Juan De. FUCA. Much of it is rich in natural beauty and teeming with wildlife with rural shorelines backlit by tall evergreens and craggy. Hills. It's a magnet for nature lovers who crave inactive lifestyle, but the Pacific northwest has been getting crowded these paths few decades with people competing for space with the local wildlife as of two thousand twenty. Washington's population was nearly eight million and Vancouver's topped out at about two and a half million and is projected to grow. It's become a busy place.
Black Women Deserve More Credit in Civil Rights Movements
"Black women have been the pioneers of so many movements that have changed the world, the Eurasia of black women from the story of these movements is something. We've seen many times throughout American history starting all the way back with the women's suffrage movement. African American women in particular played a significant in sometimes overlooked role at a suffrage movement. There were African American women fighting for suffrage from the beginning you. Know sojourner truth and the time of the civil war I to be Wells Barnett and Mary Church. Terrell, they built a movement that would grow to half a million but they would never find exceptions among mainstream. Selfridge's at that time. Suffrage leaders were actively wooing southern white members to appease the southerners. White suffragettes found it expedient to abandon their black sisters they minimize the presence of black woman in that struggle. Stan seize control of suffrage history, and this multi volume book still dominates the histories and essentially wrote black women out of that. That's right. Black suffragettes were literally written out of the history books by white women in the movements and just look at their faces. It's like they had already seen the future and they were like I'M NOT GONNA get credit for any of this Emma because the truth is certain white feminist heroes worst super-problematic. People, remember them like they were early versions of wonder woman when in reality they were more like the mom from get out. Now, you may not be surprised that these nineteen twenties, Karen's where he gets to accept black women's work but give them credits. But what may surprise you is that black men in the civil rights movement also happy to do a similar thing most women who worked in the movement who were the exit backbone of the civil rights movement were not really known media attention would always be drawn to the men of the movement as they are doing work that Martin, Luther, King's and others but would not necessarily go to women like Ella Baker who was a longtime activist. Who helped to nurture and birth the student movement Diane Nash With the Lead Strategist behind the citizens in Nashville and the freedom writers he played a critical role in organizing the Selma marches. Dorothy height was the Godmother of the civil rights movement. But because she was a woman, she was often off to the side behind the podium behind the scenes she was guiding force at the table when the big six planned the historic march on Washington in nineteen sixty three, the lone woman at a table full of med, yet despite all her efforts height could not convince them that a woman should be allowed to speak at the podium the day of the march come on man this is so messed up. Black Women with the lifeblood of the civil rights movement, and still they got caught blocked by the dudes I. Mean, the Reverend's got half a dozen microphones right there you come break. One of those offer, my girl Dorothy she was a critical part of the group if the vendors were fighting Santa's but they made eye on Manchester from the stands and this just shows you that black women don't just have to deal with racism from the world but oftentimes, they have to deal with the sexism within their own communities and the world at large.
Ghislaine Maxwell due to appear at bail hearing
"Girlfriend and suspected accomplice in his alleged sex trafficking ring will appear in front of a judge today. As prosecutors revealed startling new details about her arrest earlier this month. Court documents filed by Delaine Maxwell's attorneys claim the 58 year old British socialite who they say hasn't left the country since Jeffrey Epstein's arrest last July is not a flight risk. Her legal team is offering a $5 million bail package to secure her release. That funding is back by six co signers, Maxwell siblings, relatives and friends and includes property in the UK valued at roughly $3.75 million. CBS News Legal analysts Rikki Klieman says Maxwell's attorney's face a major burden and advocating for her bail but have made a solid case. The defense wrote a very persuasive memorandum. More important, Perhaps even then, the package is the reasoning. Number 1/19 that not only might kill the lane Maxwell would certainly would not benefit the victims off Jeffrey Epstein and allegedly of Alain Maxwell. But secondly, what they are you Is the fact that she was never hiding. It is possible. Then Maxwell's team says she simply left the public eye to avoid media attention and scrutiny. But prosecutors believe Maxwell has tried to hide before and does present a flight risk. According to court documents. When FBI agents approached Maxwell's New Hampshire home, she fled to another room. Investigators also claim they noticed a cellphone wrapped in tin foil, which prosecutors called a seemingly misguided effort to evade law enforcement. The same documents reveal. Maxwell is linked to more than a dozen bank accounts around the world, worth more than $20 million in total and has three passports in her name. Last summer, Jeffrey Epstein died by hanging while awaiting trial at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan. It prompted intense scrutiny over How the jail was run and outrage on behalf of the obscene accusers who were unable to face him in court. Maxwell is being held in a similar facility roughly five miles from where Epstein died Since her arrival at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn. Details have emerged about what's being done to protect Maxwell. Law enforcement officials confirmed to CBS News that Maxwell Sheets were taken away and she wore prison issue clothes made of paper. I think you have to assume people do want her dead. Cameron Lindsay served as the warden of the Brooklyn jail from 2007 to 2009 where Maxwell is currently being held. Miss Maxwell allegedly knows some very, very damaging information about a multitude of allegedly very important people. It is just absolutely essential that the government get this right that.
Our Nation is Burning
"My name is Jamie and I'm host. And I'm here with my co-host Ryan. Say Hello to our audience Ryan Lou everybody. I can't say the way ANJELICA, says it, but hey I'm trying to master too, and it just didn't work. You know just. A So this episode is a little different. It's not going to be as peppy as are other episodes where we talk about. Geeky pop culture staff. 'cause we hear black girl nerds always liked to talk about things that are relevant in the news, and really that's relevant in popular culture and right now it's very relevant is what's happening in America, and that's these recent protests that. are happening really all over the nation. It started in Minnesota surrounding the events that happen to Oh my goodness George Floyd. Yeah a lot of names. Yes, a just like pollen on twitter. It's gotta get straight yeah. Thank you, thank you for for helping me with that. One surrounding the events of the death of George Floyd and then these protests have expanded to several cities donation in New York. people have gone to our nation's capital in DC. really going straight to the White House quite frankly Los Angeles. Atlanta, which we'll talk about that. CNN was vandalized on national television storming the front doors of of that building, so it's been a very Very interesting weekend. To put it mildly We were here to really to talk about that to unpack it to also unpacked the history of why this all occurred. Because even though a lot of people are talking about words like riots and looting and wives, all of these things happening, or you know kind of talking about the actions behind. These events were not really talking about why people feel the need to do what they're doing. And again it has to do with the deaths of people like George Floyd also a Aubrey Brown. Wailer and and so many people even before them which unfortunately? Oh my God. You can't even name them all I. Mean it goes back to names like Eric Garner, Freddie Gray. Allow. It's just like people you don't even. You. Would that happen because you know, there's just certain ones. Unfortunately that are going to get the media attention, but there's just so many like the scare me. I was like I have to back away from Google for minute 'cause there's this is such a long Liz. It's such a long list. Exactly I mean and again think about the names of people even before social media yet where? The benefit of twitter. They didn't have the benefit of facebook to get the amplification or even to get there. I mean God to be able to have their execution filmed on a camera phone to to get their story out there No, no, you know, they will never get to hear about their stories. But there there's certainly a longlist of black men and women and children children yet. Who who have. been killed You know by hit by gunfire through state-sanctioned. Murders. By police officers, so yeah, we're. We're going to talk about that in this episode. It's a you know. Trigger warning for anybody WHO's been a victim of. Gun Violence Um who've been a victim of police brutality This is going to be a pretty heavy episode. We will try to Kinda. Talk about some moments of levity with. The F. of of twitter, and some of the crazy things that celebrities who had said you know to kind of balance things out, but also we really do want to respect the seriousness of this conversation, so I just want to give that trigger warning before we start. So let's dive into this Joey Yeah. Let's do it. So. Where do we even begin with this conversation? I just go with like how are feeling like so what like you know waking up this warning like the past week? Just like because I know a lot of people are I. Guess they're doing it by posting. You know whatever randomly comes with him on twitter and Instagram 'cause you know with some of US still at Kinda streak. Stay at home orders. Sometimes. You can't really go where you WANNA go or get out a little bit. So that's kind of how there vending so just like I. Guess just a simple. How you filling in just your your thoughts off the top about how you've been dealing with it. So the way I'm dealing with it as I'm avoiding emerging myself too deeply into social media, which for a while now I would say probably for the last couple of years to be quite honest with you I've not gotten to connected with social media and. you know especially now with what's going on because when I look at my time line whether it's twitter or facebook. Yeah, everything talking about this not look yeah. I've not looked at the full video. I felt like I had to look at it for four and a half hours, and it was the most miserable day. Ever I might not look your. Do not yeah, that's right because you work in television, so I didn't like just look away from it. And I was just like and I, and I repeatedly was dislike. Why are we continue to do this? You know you WANNA. Get the message out there, but I guess for me the thing where it's. Is it necessary to keep showing you know certain parts over and over again
Chinese hackers are targeting U.S. coronavirus research, FBI and DHS warn
"Murder the F. B. I.'s warning hospitals and universities across the U. S. watch out for Chinese hackers the feds say the Chinese trying to steal anything they can get their hands on concerning a vaccine or a cure for corona virus G. F. B. I. and sister the cybersecurity and infrastructure security agencies say they're trying to raise awareness about the threat of doing covert nineteen research they say U. S. organizations doing corona virus related research are being targeted by hackers affiliated with the Chinese government and nontraditional collectors as they put it specifically that they're trying to identify and get intellectual property and public health data related to vaccines treatments and testing recommendations include increased canning for unauthorized access and use of patches but also to assume that any media attention your organization gets could lead to an increase in
US says Chinese hackers likely targeting virus researchers
"The US says China backed hackers are likely targeting coronavirus researchers amid a push to develop treatments the FBI and homeland security department say hackers backed by the Beijing government may be trying to steal the work of virus researchers the justice department says institutions who received media attention for virus related efforts should assume that they will be targets and take precautions saying the potential theft of their work and jeopardizes the delivery of treatment options the warnings come amid growing tensions over how the outbreak began with the trump administration saying China did not do enough to alert the world in Beijing saying under warranted accusations should stop Sager made Donnie Washington
Political advertising during COVID-19 is the calm before the storm
"The Kobe. Nineteen pandemic has decimated digital advertising. But that may actually be good. I political campaigns online is way cheaper right now and that makes it easier for candidates to get in front of voters many of whom are a captive audience. While working from home that could give a boost to independent candidates but it could also mean that online ads are way more accessible to bad actors looking to spread misinformation for right. Now though according to marketplace's Kimberly Adams our political reporter in Washington. No one's really running any ads at all. It is usual at this time in a campaign for political ads to kind of drop off but almost no one has been running any ads. Everyone's worried that because all anyone wants to consume online is either things that make you happy or things related to Co vid. There's not really much return on investment. Even if you do take advantage of these cheaper ad prices to run a political ad. Who does that end up benefiting if anybody in the short term? I mean it sounds like that could be a big boost to incumbents absolutely because fundraising is so hard in this environment. Anybody who's trying to sort of get into a race or maybe relatively unknown or is God. Help them trying to get in media attention environment. This makes it really really challenging so their campaigns and even advocacy groups that maybe wanted to do a ballot initiative are having to balance out whether or not they want to take advantage of these cheap digital ad prices or if they want to just wait and hope that things open back up again and then maybe try to run ads later. That said I was speaking with Tim. Lamb of limb consulting services. He's a works with a lot of Democratic candidates in groups here in DC and he was saying well if there ends up being a second wave of infections as many are predicting in the fall. That's sort of at the peak of when you would have those ads. So what do we do then But even though candidates might not be buying a lot of digital advertising right now for the moment is in digital kind of the only game in town right and in many ways. The lockdown is freeing up more resources for these campaigns to spend on digital and so instead they're investing that money in digital outreach whether that be online phone banking or doing polls because people are stuck at home and they're going to answer the phone or developing new digital ads and working on their targeting strategies. So that money is going to be spent. It just won't be spent in the ways that it usually is right and so we may find that what we end up with is a supernatural campaign right if you got tired of seeing political ads during the primary if this really gets going and there is an opening for political advertising. It's GonNa be a lot and then there is also this question of digital advertising and its effect on misinformation and so. I wonder if it's cheaper. A lot of people are online consuming information. Does that make us more susceptible to messaging meant to polarize us? Does it make disinformation that much more accessible to parties? Who would want to do harm in any case if you make it cheaper for bad actors to get their message in front of people of course it increases the risk that that misinformation is going to spread further and faster and I think that's why you're seeing sort of an increase crackdown by these social media sites and People who are really active in this area about consumer awareness of this issue and so as we get further along into the campaign you can absolutely imagine that people are going to exploit the strain that all of these systems are under to get messages out there that are either untrue or at least stretching the truth quite a bit. That's marketplace's Kimberly Adams in Washington. Dc Forbes has a piece this week noting that this had already been kind of strange year for political advertising since the winter saw huge amounts of spending especially by Michael Bloomberg so between the pandemic and expected spring drop spending overall not just online peaked at twenty one point five million dollars a week just before Super Tuesday and then dropped to around five million dollars a week by the end of April. You can find a link to that story at our website. Marketplace Tech Dot
Trump says it's his call when to ease virus rules, not govs'
"President trump says he's not getting rid of the nation's top infectious disease expert even after re posting a tweet referring to firing Dr Anthony Fauci time to hash tag fire felt she was in a tweet the president reposted I'm not firing I think he's a wonderful so why draw attention to a tweet calling for found she's firing Fisher for doesn't matter did you notice that when you retweet and there's everything to Republicans close to the White House say the president has complained about felt she's positive media attention and willingness to contradict him in public he's told aides he knows there'd be fierce opposition to firing fellow G. and is stuck with him at least for now but the sources say more than once the president urged that vowed she be left out of virus task force briefings Sager made Donnie Washington
Trump says it's his call when to ease virus rules, not govs'
"Time to hash tag fire felt she was in a tweet the president reposted I'm not firing I think he's a wonderful so why draw attention to a tweet calling for found she's firing Fisher for doesn't matter did you notice that when you retweet and there's everything to Republicans close to the White House say the president has complained about felt she's positive media attention and willingness to contradict him in public he's told aides he knows there'd be fierce opposition to firing fellow G. and is stuck with him at least for now but the sources say more than once the president urged that vowed she be left out a virus task force briefings Sager AMAG ani Washington
Pakistan court overturns convictions in killing of American journalist Daniel Pearl
"And a Pakistani court has overturned the death sentence that had been imposed on a British militant for beheading at the American journalist Daniel pearl yes let's get more not now with our correspondent in Islamabad secunda Kamani income money just remind us of the background to this case because it caused a huge amount of shock when it occurred yes that's right it was in two thousand and two Daniel pearl was American journalist working for the Wall Street journal in Pakistan investigating a story about Islamist extremism obviously this was just a few months after the nine eleven attacks in January two thousand and two he went off to meet a source in the port city of Karachi but he was kidnapped and a around a month later a video was released of him being beheaded and it's believed that a British militant man could Oman states Sheikh who was born in London but it gravitated towards Islamist groups in in South Asia I was responsible for setting him up and had organized the kidnapping today does the court overruled the death sentence to it being given down to must say S. HA in two thousand and two although it kept the conviction for kidnapping so it's not quite clear what will happen now because he's been given it a seven year sentence for kidnapping but he served about eighteen years in jail already so we're waiting to find out if the government will appeal against the date today's decision and what will happen to them I say take what he when he will be released to whether he will remain in jail pending further legal action and how is this being views in Pakistan well in buckets sign as elsewhere in the world because the majority of the the the focus at the moment is on the corona virus outbreak said this is not is not getting a huge huge amount of media attention as it preps would have on the at another occasion but sent it this is the case that there's been a huge amount of intrigue about that mean must H. Sheikh was someone who was a very high profile figure in militant circles says it is another step in a in a mystery about a very tragic
"media attention" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Good morning on this day this song number one in the country in fact the very first number one hit here that every wedding dance ever there you go cool again Dave layered six nineteen let's talk tomorrow activities out in Washington DC market Brandon's been cover this whole thing for a long time but this week was just unbelievable and she's nice enough to join us Friday mornings the host of CBS's face the nation market good morning the morning well it's a new cycle it doesn't quite every week but there's been really interesting first things first I want to get your take on the week as far as the cool of the president well it was a good week for the president certainly he basically re launched his twenty twenty campaign from this state of the union address that he used as kind of a platform to celebrate what he thinks is his strongest asset for reelection and that's the economy but no impeach president as ever run for reelection before it's kind of hard to gauge in some ways if there's going to be any political price to have paid Republicans gave of their leader basically a ticket to ride here saying what even though at least five or six said the presence behavior was inappropriate was not enough to impeach him from office in the party stuck by him with the exception of Mitt Romney of you topped the the sole Republican to say the president did indeed abuse power and should be removed as a consequence for it as well sort through some of that and look at what's next on Sunday because the story line is not going away now funded with US taxpayer dollars I a few Republican controlled committee easing cleaning judiciary which is run by senator Lindsey Graham and the finance committee will be investigating the Biden family using taxpayer money part of what the president wanted to see happen well to take a look at what happened in Iowa still no clear results enough for a winner to be officially declared it does look like people judge came out on top just eager to head of Bernie Sanders will look at that bid to be the challenger to take on president trump in twenty twenty you know it's interesting I suppose about that to Margaret is that that well that's a money drain that was money during for democratic presidential candidates for getting really no answers right away well certainly for those who participated it was eight it was a deep disappointment because the hope is always you get some kind of boost some kind of momentum that makes the following states with primaries a bit easier because you get that name recognition and media attention that goes on with being able to say you won instead the focus is on the Democratic Party itself what happened in Iowa why weren't they able to properly or at least with confidence tabulate results there are calls for the chairman of the Democratic Party to resign there's accusations I just in the past week from Bernie Sanders on Elizabeth Warren that the rules are being changed to advantage people with money like Michael Bloomberg who may in fact now be able to qualify for a debate stage instead of being excluded from it as he has now he didn't participate in Iowa maybe that's the right back since you know he's looking ahead at some of those a super Tuesday states and in the hope that there won't be similar problems there so it it's an interesting calculation is you look at the ability of the Democrats to challenge this incumbent president income it's always hard to to beat and Democrats are kind of illustrating for us all their internal negotiations over over how they want to define themselves and and me trying to make the argument that these internal party issues are not going to affect them what do you anticipate out of Friday's debate now with the democratic field while it'll be certainly fascinating to watch you gotta believe they address some of these issues Bernie Sanders and people do judge you couldn't get more different the youngest person in the race a millennial candidate verses the oldest a seventy eight year old a dyed in the wool democratic socialist who who truly has built up this real excitement among his supporters can he carry it over and easy ultimately the person to be president trump it's it's interesting to hear some of these candidates just scribe themselves not just for their own attributes but basically if you're not excited about me just get excited about the idea I can beat up the president elect ability seems to be their argument it'll be interesting to watch how Bernie and Merope take some swipes at each other on the debate stage you know and also intriguing market and of course you know this better than anybody could have been a part of these things but the do you expect now because what happened I with it booted judge will take some more hits than he normally would because he suddenly seen as a learner certainly if the other person that will be closely scrutinized of course is Joe Biden who has been you know in these national survey estimates in polls of what the rice race may look like consistently polls it at and in a top spot but when it came to that Iowa caucus he didn't he didn't even know he had he had been thought to be one of the front runners and really he came in maybe for faith and so it'll be interesting to see if he can kind of get some momentum back but New Hampshire which is where that debate will be where the next primary will be here kind of home state territory in some ways for senator Elizabeth Warren from nearby Massachusetts in center Bernie Sanders from nearby Vermont so I'd really Joe Biden is kind of betting on a few primaries ahead a few states ahead he's looking towards South Carolina where he has strong support among black voters in particular that's kind of his backup plan his fire wall who's going to be on the show with his Sunday well we are trying to figure out exactly where the focus is and should be we know we have senator Lindsey Graham one of the most vocal defenders of the president who will be out of there leading the charge in terms of some of these investigations the president wants to now see happen we will talk to him about that and this interesting phenomenon Mitt Romney the sole Republican to block his party and say the president should be removed for abuse of power does Mitt Romney take that role that John McCain once how this kind of the person of principle referred to as the maverick willing to take a stand even when it means no one's going to sit with them but left at the lunch table in Congress we'll we'll talk to Lindsey Graham about that of course he was dear friends of senator McCain for four years Hey any thoughts of before let you go from the house of representatives yesterday introducing a resolution to condemn the house speaker for ripping up the copy of the state of the union address right well the cheese gosh what an exclamation point on the week and on the moment and on the partisanship that we see from the moment when the present wouldn't Shakespeare policies hands to the end moment of that say the union address or she just ripped it up in front of the television cameras for all to see it looks like it is a long nine months ahead in this election and it really lowers the profit that the prospects for bipartisan work on legislation there will never be a lack of conversation on your program no not in this day and age I gotta tell you that but we will try to give some come context and perspective to this at crazy new cycle well look for to senior Sunday thanks Margaret thank you Margaret Brennan host of CBS's face the.
"media attention" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"To receive the media attention here in the United States flu has proven to be more infectious and deadly than the viral pneumonia from China according to children's health is the week of January nineteen saw a slight increase in positive flu and respiratory syncytial virus sars V. cases RSV is a common respiratory viruses can cause cold like symptoms Dallas County health and Human Services has reported fourteen flu related deaths in Dallas County during the current flu season one of those patients was a child and all of the patients had underlying medical issues the gender wage gap is widening you are is closing rather research center says the gap is as close as ever band then it's still noticeable all women now earn about an eighty five cents for every dollar a man makes in nineteen eighty that gap was thirty three cents the findings also show that more women hold college degrees forty percent to thirty five percent now here's the latest from CBS CBS news update the Senate rejected a motion to allow consideration of additional witnesses and documents and president trump's impeachment trial rebel thing Democrats and virtually ensuring the presents ultimate acquittal on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of justice from attorney Jay secular answered a question by Republican senators who want to know of house managers whatever agreed that the Senate held a fair trial if the president ends up getting acquitted next week there in point is we'll just give us John Bolton and then you know you don't get anybody and were you were you get or then you know you get one and we get one and then that one may lead to somebody else it's not the way it works Democrat Chuck Schumer to not allow.
"media attention" Discussed on WDRC
"Unknown. And it certainly there was a romance and a poll an allure for these exports to go to a place like that. They just didn't know what they would find. And you know. Animated these guys don't want to hold your description of the to the next segment, but but literally as this ship set sail against this is hard for us to imagine day to there were cheering crowds on the docks as this as this ship left left. It's morning more than ten thousand people gathered in San Francisco, they they knew these guys, you know, they were only like house household names. Lots of media attention focused on the the thirty three men of the US Ginette. It was considered a national endeavor, even though it was paid for by this eccentric newspaper publisher. It was it was a US navy ship, captain by a navy officer, George Dulong, and yeah, I mean, everyone went there all the all the papers central correspondence there to San Francisco to see this ship off not knowing when it would return if it would return, it was sort of like sending a astronauts off into space, and and very. Exciting day in in in July of eighteen seventy nine when when they left and headed north for the Bering strait. Hampton sides is my guest, he's the author most recently of in the kingdom of ice the grand and terrible polar voyage of the USS Janette. We'll be back in just a moment. You're listening to the LARs Larson show. The national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars. What happens next rising inflation drops? Some experts say another crashes coming what will be left of your investments for your children or your grandchildren. We you know, you can't fight this not with stocks or bonds, but with gold and silver coins in an IRA from Augusta precious metals during periods of great volatility precious metals regularly outperform stocks because there are true wealth asset that have real value during the three-year recovery period after the two thousand.
"media attention" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"That's been the case over the last eight years it's with stars and superstars who know that they're walking into being engulfed by the LeBron shadow not necessarily by LeBron zone hand. But in many ways, the natural media attention that goes to LeBron so show, he doesn't think he thinks it somewhat of a prevailing notion among superstar. She does think there's be plenty of guys who are maybe second tier type players. You know, not the a level players that will absolutely wanna play with LeBron. I did ask him about Anthony Davis specifically, and he thinks that that that's where the Lakers will probably have to make their. Hey, they're going to have to trade for one of their stars, which look is common around here. Pow Gasol was a trait. Right. Like there. It's not like it hasn't happened. Like that here before of course. And that was also a trade that that pouch soul was not mentioned as a potential gets for anybody that point right right out of nowhere. And the only the notion that I think here, so it's hard for maybe the third guy like the third star LeBron team the Kevin love, Chris Bosh. That's the person wants to change their game. The most kyri biscuit has played his game. Dwayne Wade he had to figure out how to how to mold his game to LeBron's. But he's still was Dwayne Wade. In fact, he was great that first year. So to me, this is the second star that's going to come join the Bron. I don't know who it's going to be. I don't know if they'll walk into space. I don't know if the Lakers left the trade for it that person's go that. Players to be fine. If it's the third star. And who knows maybe one of the Lakers young guys will emerge Julian the next couple of years. That's usually the easiest way to do it. The third star away. You would you would think and if not I'm just I'm not that worried about the job opening for come get maximum to be the second star in LA next. Lebron win a bunch of games that I don't think it's going to be that hard. You guys. Probably now on social media saying hey, hand up I'll come play with LeBron. I don't find that to be an issue. But Mike you mentioned Chris Bosh and just seeing him on the jump today. He also said any guy is going to have to change and adapt their style of play around any number one player, especially LeBron. But then I like in back to went because I'm a tr- I'm Metron rappers fan from Toronto only select few of us here, obviously was born in buffalo, which is basically Toronto, exactly. Minnesota candidates places colder than run up. Yeah. So I remember though, my memory was Chris Bosh as this all star. He was the man for us. And then of course, you know, he went with the decision to Miami. And he almost he did feel as one of the three musketeers, but just one of LeBron sort of play toys in a way like it just kind of lacked. He was so cool, and he was the guy. And then of course, you know, he goes and does so much with the Brown, but the wrong element of him. Yes. I mean, what you've gotten there on his own great player. Yeah. I think it'd be borderline a luck now. Yes. Granted style play. Here's another way to put it though, Julie he didn't regret that move their trail. That's what he wants. Because he wanted Jamie any got another max contract after that. Right. And people started to appreciate all of the things that he did. And you saw the unfortunate part of this of courses is hard. And because he had started to emerge as a basically the next real stretch five my God, I invented it would have been just like Dirk was the first true stretch for and that really changed the game..
"media attention" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast
"Let's say I think since I can they would be Hugh Jackman. Now, besides us an incredibly talented Ozzy. I have admired him for so many years because of not just the fact that he is truly is in his striking writes, he has ability in the way that he sings he performs there, it's a movie Broadway. Whether it's producing one of the most powerful things I've seen him do is the greatest showman. But you know, what else? I love about him. He is so committed to his family his community and his values, and I think he would make an incredibly fun guests to have a video Kroll with and I would probably have a telly cocktail which would be he would have champagne island champagne, and that's how we do it. All right. I think we can make that happen. And we know somebody who knows somebody. We're going to be my gift to you. You're just going to get like a like a. Wheeled up holding a bottle of champagne. My new goal in life. I still haven't seen integrator show, which I feel like is a real crime. Okay. This is where you need to stop what you're doing. And you need to go and watch it, and I am making this yo prescribed that is what you will do me. And then you look me when you have done it. Okay. On the next plane that has that movie I'm going to make that happen. And then they go to would you say dark Jim way. Right. A bike with people. I don't know that we recommendation. Yes yet. Okay. Put it on the list to mean James is our guest this week on the social pros podcast. She is fantastic or book. Attention paves. You can find all over the internet and social media Nin in e e n James, my friend. Thanks for being here. I appreciate it. Village. Thank you for everything you do in the world. Thank you, ladies and gentlemen of the social pros community. So great to be with you this week at I'm we'll be back next time. We have another fantastic Esther in the show as mentioned if you social pros dot com, you can get everything we've ever done on the show, which is a ridiculous amount of content. Like if you started to listen to the show and listen to him straight through it would be like three weeks of your life or some crazy thing like that. So we got you covered. And we've had some extraordinary guests on this program, including the one and only named James.
"media attention" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast
"But what I do believe to answer. Your question is for my kind of business. There are some platforms that makes so much sense. Lincoln still be number one most professional social media platform. And because I'm a coporate speaker. I grew up in culprit business, I am a COPA chick. I love culprit. It's where to play and they even linked while. He used to be kind of little conservative. They've got the times the video happening smart directive, but it's like people's personal website. So I love Lincoln Instagram became my favorite tell you. What fish look makes me crazy. I have this love hate relationship with Facebook to the point where I regularly when it just delete my whole account. But I just I don't because my family's will to the will end its how I stay connected. But what I do like about Facebook is that I can do Facebook lives might client. So before I met at event I did one today for an event that I have coming up and my clients love that right? So that's a way to use the reason Instagram is my favorite. I feel like Instagram is like a peek behind the curtain. So Jay, you do this really really well when you're out in the value in a huge conference. I got to see the trade floor to see all the machines that you showing see when you're traveling. And so what I love about Instagram is for people like you who have maybe a public live. But we also have these fun adventures. Of can expose people to it should be will that this is really what's happening. So I love insta- stories, but from a business one of you what I like about insurance that I can share a quota or can share something exciting happened, but I can also share my personal life. So I feel against his personal. We see more of the person. And it's not as clouded, right? But I also think when it comes to social that Facebook. Well, the thing is everyone's on it at wanna he'd con- what I do is pretty much unfriendly follow like a bazillion people might be might have liked twelve or thirteen people that I actually follow in love. But I think it's where goes every single day. So it's a platform that company Nola some of my young audiences soya of clientele. Like MTV Nickelodeon, some of those friends didn't visible play, Emma. But they definitely on inst- sweat think. The key anyone is knowing where their audiences Twitter is just easy and unveiled because of my season group hashtag. But if I. Head to rank them. It would be linked in primarily Instagram seconds. Facebook's Nadelmann Twitter would before what to ask you about your use of linked in one. You have less time. I check two hundred and six linked in recommendations, which which may be the most linked in recommendations I have ever seen. What's that all about? Are you going to thin recommendations farm like? And every single one of those people real humidity. Or not. I have some sort of a process by which are nudging people for that yet. Now, there's several detention system. Sounds like I actually woke mytalk, right? But when it comes to linked in what I believe is people are more likely to believe what other people say about you what you say about you. So if I have a meeting planner or an executive leader, a CEO of an organization of helped if they ride a recommendation for me than that is their endorsement of me into the world in their woods. I'm not helping them script any of that. There are several ways that you can leverage linked in recommendations in my case..
"media attention" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast
"Ad, and they instantly show. You the Ben for the product. There's no preamble there's there's no scene setting. Like this thing does this right or now, you see a lot of Instagram the recipe videos, right? So we've. Gone from like a full written recipe from a full written recipe to a real time or nearly real time recipe video that which might take three minutes. And now we have all these like super quick cuts. Like, let me show you how to make like some kind of crazy French Turkey in eleven second waiting. Like, I know I felt like come five. But I'm like ancient I'm like a little bitty end. Yeah. Let's go with that. I remember time in sales. I remember time where people used to be able to build up to the pitch. Right. So they'd tell you the features in the benefits in the building building building building. And then they got that will be ten thousand dollars. Right. So they had all these time. And we would give them the grace of that we would allow people to give the pitch we was so used to receiving information and sitting in a place where we pretended. We were interested only paid attention nowadays. People don't even pretend to pay attention because if you capture someone's attention within moments they will have their devices default position, and that means you not engaging enough. And so I'd love all humans did not be so rude and not be amid devices on it all the time. The reality is because you're not engaging them they going to go on investor attention somewhere else. So if you want it you deserve it as. Well phone with her thumbs and people listen to podcasts at double speed as well. It's the same the same Russian. Imagine sound like a chipmunk if you if anybody listening listening to this show in suggest. That you slow it down right now. Because this may be a really tough situation history this week. Do you feel like you're really good at social media? And I know he's got a couple of folks on your team that hope as well. But you're very very active on linked in and on Facebook and Instagram like you're out there all the time. And you're really really good. Feels like you're everywhere. Like, you're always interacting with people eleven them up. You're just really a number one Jim of a person, but number two that really shines through in social media. Do you feel like there are better channels for attention, or at least for how James gets attention? Yeah. Look, this is like my opinion only not the opinion of convincing him bed, and that's my flame. But my opinion as named James who is like me end mime, the state who misuse my social media may been and what she does is sit strategy. She helps me execute it. So we decide he's the platforms regard to focus on his events. I have coming up his commitments made. And then she'll help me posted everything it's still me across the channels that helping me execute apple. And what I've found is able Chaim so much. Jason my I make my living as a keynote speaker like you and me what I love to social media for is audience engagement. So for example, if I'm serving a conference meeting planner, I will ask the hashtags weaken organiz, you know, conversations on Twitter helps meal that it helps me in the posting promoting their event I always should promotional video. They can use across this social media channels which encourages the audience to connect with me in advance. I'm sitting the relationship even before I step on stage. It's not uncommon made a B event people come up and give me a huge cuddle medical get to be relax because we've connect on social..
"media attention" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Is going on with this i mean he doesn't need more media attention you would think he would want to cut back on the meeting's edge at the less and less again it's must be a distraction the distraction he may be smarter than you think so i don't think kinchung is going what prisons red button but either way that sugar makes us a little uneasy in that thing that rami there's going to be taking senator orrin hatch its place as he is switching is i guess he switches too weeks to a utah primary location i didn't know that switching tweets lean switching residencies unless mitt romney has two houses i'm sure he does very wealthy handsome guy but when i met him he was running for president he had a great handshake a real strong handshake very handsome guy by the way so that was really impressed with his hero physical ability in his grip i thought that was pretty impressive you know there was a steady years ago saying the stronger your head shake the healthier you war and i was like wow that's pretty good uh so i was pretty parts of axa mccabe who wants to be healthy you know ready for president being president should it make the but i guess he may be are now ready for senate to take over orrin hatch who is retiring has been at the centre of years so we'll keep you posted on that let's switch to weather news a winter storm is dumping ice and snow you'd be like wow so that happens same old same old yeah the non florida so barely florida's get this all the way to north carolina is expected to shrink the.
"media attention" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Embassy if that's what they do is actually the least of our concerns because what concerns us it's the siege of gaza which has has been going on for ten years the ongoing stashed its land all over jerusalem all over the west bank i think the thousands of palestinian political prisoners these are crises and disasters that going on day in day out uh that don't get this media attention even with all the media attention on jerusalem this particular full coverage and very little talk about the actual reality of palestinians some what they're experiencing some of those things that talked about earlier and in the show and you know you'll see mainstream media talking about jerusalem as a symbol you know it's a it's a real city with with hundreds of thousands of people who uh living under impossible conditions that that rally get examined um so i think that you know this will also of what i'm also see get at what palestinians have been saying is this should send a clear message out to people around the wealth to our friends around the wealth that it's time to escalate the campaigns of boycott divestment than sanctions because that's the real peace process ducks the way to hold israel accountable and in recent years israel has has declared this grassroots global campaign to be a major existential threat they see the um potential of this movement to counteract the complicity and supportive governments around the world so i think it's it's it's serving as a signal to people don't wait around there isn't gonna p if peace process there isn't going to be some magic plan delivered by jared kushner because he's actually too busy colluding with israel uh as we learned from the hall michael flynn investigation uh to to to think about the what real peace of justice took six so there has to be a continued emphasis and great to afoot boycott batsman sanctions that's the way to go that's what people are saying 'no elliaba neiman uh let's talk about that a little was dead his though i ha i personally have happened too greedy you agree with you in regard to a bedie's boycott diminishment sanctions uh and clearly uh the israeli a regime of sees it as a threat uh but but it's been illegalized it's being criminalised here.
"media attention" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"That you when you call to my show what the where the citizens of baltimore standing up what are they going to begin taking back their neighborhoods with very little fanfare media attention and he's been doing that so only begin the conversation with you oversee he kills her brandis gap by lay that foundation because we are at a critical i'm calling it now a fight for the soul of the city at this point is where we are cancer bread scott and the tragic shooting last leg of an eighteen year baltimore city police veteran a detective he he's fighting for his life right now if i can just get you to respond not just to that shooting but a series of events that has to the really really really right there can you talk about it kills youngest the first thing c 4 is a tweet out last name late last night that we have to cured this disease this ravaging how city said that no more families going through with the detective his family is going through in their far too many in our city have gone through just this year in so many in years and years passing first thing as you just think about him his family and think about all the people in fact it and just hope they get they make it through but then once you get past that emotion you get to a point where you're you're like this is what we were all saying this is what we were saying we could not do this is why i've been saying that things that i've been saying you know for long so a long time but most particularly over last year because for all this talk about it you know all police won't go out and do worry can these people are not thorniest this is not happening all of that talk we have a gentleman who decided that he wanted to go out and try to solve a murder and engage someone who's fighting for his life because he did exact opposite tuesday the on his job trying to trying to solve so that somebody's fan leaking get closure right to the trauma they're doing and now his family is going through the very same thing and would pass to have c4 is again i'm gonna say this and.
"media attention" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I sent you why don't you keys us supreme court nominee clarence thomas her boss at the department of education and the equal effort employment opportunity commission of sexual harassment and she choices here today professor health think you so much for joining us things have gotten better since 1991 as far as people being receptive to accusations of sexual harassment and discussing them in an open way think things have gotten better i think late if media attention is much better now i think people are really pondering limits experiences differently now they've stopped asking the question why didn't you come forward and they're starting to really famine that they hate here and the structures in people who keep behavior in place so i think this is an improved conversation and we just need to take those next steps in the problem what are some of those next steps is it recognising the potential financial liability letsie corporate setting a reputation on liability obviously all those things play into it but what we see is some of the next steps for one other things that i think companies ought to do is to really ff their workplace bear combination of thing to me to be done in order to make k and we know that history and and at a whole history of social change in this country that some of the things that are structural in terms of policies and procedures within the company and some have to do with changing the culture of certain happening culture that x actually it pack encourage the behavior and then other cultural aspect soda minimized the behavior and say well it's not really that bad or anything that we need to be concerned about and of course there's always the economic interests business ads and i know that that's what drives business but the when does coffee it costs a business in terms of payments poor people who are adds but it also cost and terms that the.
"media attention" Discussed on KOMO
"Large gatherings they want to focus on you know where there is a lot of media attention and so on ninety recognising that this is the situation is is just horrendous and it's getting a lot of media attention but the tent weeds gene we're they do they're taxing where they try to inspire the followers something like this tends to be something that you know it's a smaller town and you tend to think that this is something that is more per se more connected to the people in this town that there's some reason why this person to say cited to choose that church him to choose this town and it's something more personal tip that person at suspect and and that split net that's why we have what we have now at the end of the date could be it could be anything still we just don't know what the motive is just based on the patterns that we've seen over the last several years it's doesn't fit into that category it might fit in the category of domestic terrorism it could be somebody that that you know is it a anti government and anarchists who had some conflicts we the people there in that town and we'll have to figure out what you know if that is the case lets you say that that the the shooter is not from sutherland springs and is somebody that the people metrics didn't know what road this law enforcement begin going down to that point at that point they'd been out to dive into that person's life and try to figure out where did this personally live where did they work where have they had contact with people whether it's uh you know personally going through cities and towns in texas or or online he did they have contact the biggest church or or the pastures or the the congregation online doing what was the caused for him this person to come to church come to that city and to commit this attack they had to have been something in and then that's probably what they're trying to figure out at least preliminarily before they give this press conference the you're trying to determine you is there something that at least indicates whether it's terrorism we're not whether it's an active shooter scenario based on personal conflict or not is this just something that's random but even if it's randy if there is.
"media attention" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 2
"Anything saw market has done you know they may just have distaste for law enforcement whether it be from their own previous experiences um you know whether their false or not uh or just you know because some the bad media attention that has gone on it and i just try to you know look at it was like hey you know i know i haven't done anything personally wrong to this guy and just kinda a deal with it now don't get me wrong i'll sit and you know i can give it just as much as i take it at times um but you know my position you know working at a gang unit you know we deal with gang members day in and day out and that gang member mentality is a little bit different than you know joe bo joe blow public person i gets pulled over for speeding um you know in in some of the people we deal with their just defiant period uh you know no matter how right or wrong they are or how right or wrong i am they're just uh you know define individuals in and you know we have to beat at that level too you know keep them in check at times yeah yeah yeah that's the that's the you know that that's the issue a lot you know where you have those confrontations um i think you know with police were some people do where they are raised from the get go uh they're just like you say confrontational uh uh you know case in point you know i mean i had the help from the d i s movie theater some years ago i tripped cell.
"media attention" Discussed on WCHS
"A chance to chant for a while but good morning if the character will sir well what are your pizza what are your cheap saying about the road baen uh differences did it wasn't that terrible early voted a early up turnout yeah um i'm concerned how many people still no there is an election coming up uh i know you talk today about this little bit and you say in your circle everybody knows is talking about it i talked to a lot of people who are emma short their who didn't know about it i i my my oldest son who was very politically active i mean he's a reads more wide but i do he was involved in the obama campaign he's a political activist and um what i said something about have you voted yet two days ago he looked at me and said for what why do you think that is well i i think we get started with the the state good start away late in promoting this um uh there's been a good bit of i guess media attention now aid to it um but i just i just i don't think people understand that there is there is a vote coming up and and then the question is of those who do how many we are going to raise concerns about it i'm very nervous about where this wrote might go i personally am very much in favour of the road one reason i voted i well i think i did the governor has waited out pretty clearly um you know it creates jobs it creates economic opportunity infrastructure is critical for years i have said if you go to the kroger store and just ask random people what the number one problem in west virginia ninety percent of the time they wouldn't say things like prevailing wager right to work or legal climate they would say road i think people are that we need our roads fixed and i think this is a very efficient way uh.
"media attention" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"Almost never happens and that happened because there is a lot of media attention on those cases and i think the bar felt they had to do something uh the bar is not been particularly aggressive about prosecutorial misconduct and they've gotten better but there's still some room to grow shall we say what is anthony graves because you've talked to him you know i'm sure you what is what does he think about charles the best of the prosecutor who put him away has now been disbarred mitch means basically banned for life from what what he did forever i think he had to get to a place of forgiveness with him to move on with his life because he told me that he could be free but still be a prisoner of that and not actually be free of that hatred and so he has publicly forgiven him and i think the disbursement preceding helped him a lot because it showed that that everyone was in agreement not just than anthony was innocent but that a really grievous wrong it happened in this visit district attorney who is in charge of a threecounty area for two decades this was a highprofile guy so it was a it was a big deal as was can anderson exact michael morton's prosecutor so in there were there were a lot of people that when when michael morton was freed and all of the acts of can anderson were exposed there were a lot of people that wanted and expected kent anderson to serve the rest of michael morton's life term.
"media attention" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Society and yet they managed to hoover up so much media attention it's not even funny the media attention that is given to people like richard spencer and other members of this white nationalist movement uh is ridiculous when you consider what a small percentage of the population exist i saw an interesting tweet over the weekend and i didn't recognize the name of the guy who tweeted it but someone i i follow had retreated him and it said it's a dark symbiosis between the white nationalist and the media because they both need each other because without the media attention white nationalist who cares you know if you guys wanna get your torches from home depot really everyone thought that was a good idea did they not realise the optics are marching down the street with a little woven torches from home depot do they not know how to make a torture with a stick and a rag have you seen it in the movies a thousand times guys come on anyway i digress these guys mostly overwhelmingly guys are the same guys that are in antifur same guys they're angry their disaffected they don't really care about anything truly principled all they care about is being given an opportunity to go act like a soccer hooligan or just a hooligan hooligan i should have said soccer hooligan but i always think of that when i think of guys that have very few brains of their head and far too much attitude that always bring soccer hooligans to mind but just your generalized hooligan and they were both looking for a fight on saturday i'm not sure that everyone thought someone would get killed but they sure is heck thought they were going to get their shots in both sides came looking for a fight both sides got what they wanted a couple of big questions that have come out to a come out of that are why did the police stand down but i've had that same question watching baltimore burn down or watching ferguson burned down why were the policed told to stand down we'll have more on that because now it matters that the police stand out when the police stand down and let people burnt entire city blocks if they're black it's okay because they're just expressing themselves right they're just expressing themselves that's how they expressed their rage.
"media attention" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I think a helps as much as it potentially helps get media attention and awareness is useful in generating action because the people behalf arguably some would say you need to attack the most all the governments the the big funding organisations the foundations cbs do they listen to celebrity more than delay would to a another opinionformer i think they listen to the media i think because the media shapes public opinion and patel politicians obviously continue dependent on public opinion so i think there is a there is a relationship that that it again i taking his any selva bill at night i think that business all highprofile people any any single organization is going to selfish prompt and it's more trying to create the conversation between different sectors to think about interesting isis alvin creating the conversation the model and actress lily cold she's hoping to connect social enterprises to improve global literacy that's it the decision of business daily i shall be back on monday until then have a great weekend bbc cac hello and welcome to witness of the bbc world service with in up back today anti can you back to nineteen 72 when a woman was retained as arabai for the first time in the us e i've been speaking to rabbi sandy precent about her pioneering carrier.