18 Burst results for "Media Science"

"media science" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

The Scathing Atheist

01:53 min | Last month

"media science" Discussed on The Scathing Atheist

"Is the word waveforms also Mobius strip, I ran out. Okay, done. He says, this is a quote. He's talking about Saturn. He says, Saturn is, quote, a son in truth. Quote, and then he just moves on like that was self explanatory. Yeah. Saturn is super important to this whole concept, and that'll become clear. Later. He says it again. The Patreon edition comes out. And then we get the least believable words that he has put in the book so far. The name of the next subheading is insurance. No, no, it's not. Spoilers. It's not. Yeah, dude, when your point is invisible monsters are trying to eat your sads. Summary is not your friend, okay? Bury that as many words as you can. This is where he says several psychics told me in 1990 that humanity was going to have a giant awakening and become enlightened. And we should be done with evil and sadness and wars. Like any man. Pretty soon. Yeah, he says, religion, politics, media science and medicine are all firewalls to keep you away from the truth that David is dropping. And I was terrified to see medicine get its own dedicated spot on that list. I'm not surprised. Just terrified. Yikes. It's like if one of those computer classes at the library for old people, you know, the ones that are like, how to turn it on without calling your grandson. It's like if one of those was also Nazi propaganda. One of their little detail here, he adds more proof. He tells us that evil is the reverse of Liv. English. The.

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"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

06:23 min | 2 months ago

"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Them separately. You should think about them in a related sad but you should think about both. They're both important whether you got sales or not very important. I mean there's no point in delivering against your communication objectives if those communication objectives translated to sales. So that's important but also whether you're moving parts are kind of like getting you where you wanna go is also or the problem that we have is that you don't want a brand to have a strategy that a speculative a brand should have a delivered strategy if it's trying to trigger an emotion it should have a reason why it's trying to trigger that emotion it should measure whether it's successful in doing that and ultimately that will help it know whether it strategy is on target it could be that it strategies off base that that's not the right strategy that trading that emotion doesn't translate the but you won't know if you're not accurately measuring for those objectives so the business of measuring these objectives is really about making sure not only that you're delivering against the objectives but ultimately as a consequence that your strategy is actually on target doing when you think about the science that is being applied across customer research across martic across the advertising industry. It seems like there is a practical way to measure business performance that most of us rely on and then there is the understanding of why. Give me the pitch of why marketers should take a more scientific approach to understanding the why behind their marketing efforts as opposed to just focusing on the performance so sales behavior is oftentimes a very tactical way of looking at what we're doing. You want to inform your larger strategy. You wanna have a theory about not only a theory. You're also trying to build a brand and your value. Whatever your product is. The portion of your value that is being delivered by your brand is far greater than the value that section being delivered by the physical products itself. Branding is the real estate of the mind. And it's where you sit in a person's psyche ultimately and you're not gonna get that by the sales behavior. You're knocking know where you were situated. Now people situate you in their minds relative to your competitors so you have a very short term for short lived strategy if you're just living on sales alone is the classic problem that a brand house where they may discount their product in the store and get themselves but they're not gonna make cross it that way. Is that really where they want to position themselves. So in the science and the art of really understanding your brand who you are. What works for you. What connects with your consumers. You're not gonna get there by sales data alum. You're going to need to understand. Why do caught the sales and you're not gonna be able to get there unless you have some measures of those moving parts within that. So that's the reason why again. It's not enough to just have the sales data. It's not enough to just have the moving parts. You really need both of those to come together to get the full picture of what's going on. It's a little bit light a thermometer in a room. You're getting the overall temperature in the room so you can say. Oh that's hot or it's call whatever which is great. But you don't know why it's hot you don't know why it's called and you're not gonna be able to adjust the temperature ultimately if you don't know what it is that's contributing to it. So the moving parts really go together. You can't change the temperature of the room just by increasing the to monitor the you you need. Both you have to have the moving parts. And the performance my fundamental belief about marketing and our job as marketers is to understand who our customers are and tried to deliver marketing messages products and services to those customers that make their lives better to solve problems and create value for them without a deep understanding of who your customers are. And what motivates them. You can never really accomplish that. Taking a scientific approach to understanding not only who your customers are but what drives their behavior is something that will make you a better marketer. At the end of the day we're all held to the end results but our job is to understand who the customers are and using services like media science and technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence to not only better understand our customers to better target them is just gonna make us better marketers. Dwayne i appreciate you coming on the show and walking through some of the more advanced technologies you use. Thanks for being our guest. Always a pleasure and anytime all right. That wraps up this episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation with dwayne veron the co founder and ceo of media science. If you'd like to get in touch with dwayne you can find a link to his linked in profile on our show notes. You can contact him on twitter where his handle is dwayne. Veron d. u. a. n. e. v. a. r. a. n. or. You could visit his company's website which is media science dot com a special thanks to hub spot for sponsoring this podcast. Don't forget that the inbound twenty twenty one conferences coming on october twelfth through the fourteenth. So if you want inspiration if you'd like to grow your network or learn from global leaders in business and media like oprah winfrey spike lee you know me head over to inbound dot com. That's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com check out their lineup or register for free inbound dot com and also a special thanks to lincoln marketing solutions for sponsoring this podcast. It's time for you to do business. Where business gets done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first linked in campaign. there's some terms and conditions apply. But you can get one hundred bucks off if you're launching that first campaign by going the lincoln dot com slash martic again. That's lincoln dot com slash marshek. Just one more lincoln. Our show notes. I'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you're listening to this podcast head of mar tech pod dot com or we of summaries of all episodes and contact information for our guests. You can also subscribe to our once a week newsletter and you can even send us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions which will answer live on our show. Of course you can always reach out on. Social media are handle is mar tech pod. Marta c. h. p. od on lincoln twitter instagram and facebook. Or you can contact me directly. My handle is benjy shop. B. e. n. j. s. h. a. p. and if you haven't subscribed yet new on a daily stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed. We're.

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"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:09 min | 2 months ago

"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Hello margaret is benjamin shapiro here and thanks for tuning into the mar tech podcast. Which is brought to you by the hub. Spot podcast network not spot. Podcast network includes great. Shows like the. I digress podcast. Which helps marketers streamline their businesses by sharing hacks mindsets and actionable tools. Listen learn and grow with the martic podcast. And i digress on the hub. Spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs and violence. We've seen a fifty five. To sixty five percent open rate getting brands authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article about twenty four thirty six hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear. Call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar tek. Podcast a benji shabby llc production. In this podcast you'll hear the stories of world class marketers use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're gonna talk about the science of machine learning in marketing. Joining us is duane veron. Who is the founder and ceo of media science which is a lab based audience research provider incorporating a range of narrow measures including biometrics facial expression analysis eye tracking eeg and more with state of the art labs in new york chicago and austin media. Sciences discovering actionable insights advertising technology media and consumer trends. So far this week dr duane and i have talked about how to use artificial intelligence and machine learning in consumer research and yesterday we talked about a and machine learnings innovation in martic today. We're going to wrap up the conversation and talk about how science is changing the advertising industry but before we get started with today's interview i wanted to share some exciting news as part of our relationship with the hub. Spot podcast network. I've been invited to participate. in hub. Spots inbound twenty twenty one conference inbound is an amazing resource to find inspiration. Grow your network and to learn from global industry leaders across business marketing sales and customer success. And this year's lineup includes some amazing speakers. In business and media including oprah winfrey dave chang spike lee. You know just me and oprah hanging out talking about our media empires no big deal anyway. You can grab a free starter. Pass to access all spotlight conversations. Where upgrade to a powerhouse. Pass for full access to breakout sessions. Curated meetings on demand content and more the inbound twenty one conferences hosted with love by hub spot and it takes place on october twelfth through the fourteenth to learn more about the inbound. Twenty twenty one lineup or to register for the conference for free could inbound dot com. that's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com that's inbound dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by linked in marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How do i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you mark it on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion decision makers on linked in. And that's why seventy eight percent of to marketers rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as an organic growth channel to syndicate our content. And i use it as an advertising channel to retarget tech podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to lead generation. Lincoln will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also re target based on custom triggers from your website or even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. there's some terms and conditions apply. But you can get it by going to lincoln dot com slash mark. Again it's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign by going the lincoln dot com slash mar tech all right. Here's the last part of my conversation with dr duane. Veron founder and ceo of media. Science dr duane. Welcome back to the mark tech podcast. It's becoming a regular thing. It's becoming a regular gig. Then it's kind of how we roll around here. We get to once in the next thing you know three days later. You're still talking appreciate you coming back. And i'm excited to wrap up our conversation. So far we've talked about artificial intelligence and machine learning we talked about neuroscience and how it's changing consumer research how we can understand what some of the signals are in why people react to specific ads or media. Yesterday we talked about more artificial intelligence machine learning how that works. And how we're applying it into martin today want to specifically focus on science and advertising. It seems like there are some fundamental changes for how people react to advertising also some of the formats of advertising. So you know as we start to think in a different capacity about how we should advertise where our advertisements should go. Talk to me about how some of the technologies that you have worked with are changing marketers. Thoughts on their ad buys nad strategies. I think the biggest change that we've seen over the course of the past decade or so is that especially with premium advertising tv ads etcetera. We've really gone from a one trick. County which was the thirty second commercial to a universe of infinite possibilities when it was one format people had to fit whenever their needs were into that media. It was just a factor. These are the rules. You have a thirty second commercial figure out how to take your marketing objectives and squeeze it within that template now we live in a universe with like i say infinite possibilities so the question becomes push wrandell and there's a lot of possibilities out there so you need to have some way of really grappling with what your objectives are in the first vice. What you communication objectives are and had a measure for success and that's.

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"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

07:37 min | 2 months ago

"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Without any common sense to kinda like guy so when somebody's thinking about building a machine learning algorithm to be more efficient in their business. Where are the places that you're seeing them build them. the most is it in advertising. Is it in sight optimization. Getting someone through your funnel understanding who your customers are where some of the most common applications the most common applications really are where you have the data already. There's analysis occurring around the data. This is now another hand to help you and again. I want to emphasize it's important. It's not have the drive your car for you. That's a riskier proposition than it. Sounds but to make sure that it's happening in concert with people who are looking at it rationally still on making sure that it makes sense because it can be very dangerous unloaded for us though. It's actually about tools where we find. The biggest benefit is not relying on it to jar conclusions but in relying on it to help with the tools that we need to be able to draw conclusions so it helps us enormously particularly dealing with very complex algorithms associated with the measures that we have which calibrates the individual for those kinds of applications. It's huge when you're using it as a tool against what i'm confused about is what you mean by tool. I hear well okay. Where should i think about building a machine learning to help me optimize my company's performance and the answer is it's where the data is and i'm thinking is it in my customer. Acquisition is at my retention. Is it you know figuring out my sales funnel in various parts of the marketing funnel and in a. What are the tools. That i should be using. So when you say well you use it to evaluate your tools to optimize your tools. What do you mean by tools. So most people just want to drive. They don't need to know all the parts that go into the engine. A mechanic needs to know that you just want to drive the car. In the same way there are people. Were going to be working with the tools to build. The car maintain the car but the benefits of that really archer the driver. So let me give you an example. We have a spinoff which is called heart connect and that software that we make available to the market. it's for the qualitative research industry so this is for hupa who do focus groups and interviews you s. user designed kind of like research user experiences research so we make these tools available to them and there's a lot of ai that goes in because what we've done with heart connect is. We've made the process of doing that research a lot easier by having a virtual assistant. We call her eva having eva. Basically there to help you the same way that you might have an assistant helping you with some of the tasks that you're doing along the way so for example you're doing a zoom session as a focus group and you're listening to these respondents. The type of things. That heart connect is doing for you. As one is transcribing. Everything is being said. So that at the end of the session. You haven't transcripts is translating. it is translating. Into over sixty languages. Again the translation feature ai. The transcription feature ai. Then asked the session this happening. It's automatically tagging key content. You might have given it some key. Words that season he word. You have a flag pop up visually for you if you're in the client room so that's helping draw your attention. Oh they just said free. So i'm interested here or they just mentioned a competitor so eva is automating the tagging which you might have had a person to you before whence the sessions over. Oh it's tagging the sentiment. So is this a positive sense of his saying something good or negative about the brand. It's tagging that so you're seeing. That was something positive just sad. And then when you go into the session at the end of the sessions do you're adding you can automatically extract you give me all the negatives and instantly it gives you all that video or you can say automatically extract any time. Somebody talked about the competitor war. Anytime somebody said the word free or anything you want and it will automatically extract that now normally with this type of insights research. It takes about six hours for every one hour of actual content for you to be able to extract the insights that you want this now takes. What was six hours of work fridge. Our and there might be you know thirty hours of data that you collect it and it takes that an reduces. It's almost instantaneously so you're using the benefits of a i as a tool to give you better access to faster access. Better access to insights. I think the reality is that artificial intelligence and machine learnings are all around us in marketing and specifically in the mar tech industry. When you think about how were advertising were relying on the machine learning and artificial intelligence from some of the platforms when you think about optimizing your site and some of the tools that you use to help you understand what your throughput as they're even things like hey content creation we're thinking about transcriptions. Artificial intelligence machine learning is not only starting to help us understand tag flag and make meaning out of our content also starting to have us produce it as well so we're going to continue this conversation talking about other ways that artificial intelligence and machine learning are relevant for marketers in tomorrow's episode. And that wraps up. This episode of the mar tech podcast. Thanks for listening to my conversation with dwayne veron the founder and ceo of media science in the third part of this interview. Which will publish tomorrow. Dr duane and i are going to continue the conversation talking about how science has changed the advertising industry. If you can't wait until our next episode. And you'd like to learn more about dr duane. You can find a link to his linked in profile on our show notes. You can contact him on twitter. Where his handle is duane baron. That's d. u. a. n. e. v. a. r. a. n. or you can visit his company's website which is media science dot com a special. Thanks to hub spot for sponsoring this. Podcast don't forget that the inbound twenty twenty one conferences coming on october twelfth through the fourteenth. So if you want inspiration. If you'd like to grow your network or learn from global leaders and business and media like oprah winfrey spike lee. You know me. Head over to inbound dot com. That's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com check out their lineup or register for free inbound dot com and also a special thanks to linked in marketing solutions. For sponsoring this podcast. It's time for you to do business. Where business gets done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. there's some terms and conditions apply. But you can get one hundred bucks off if you're launching that first campaign by going to lincoln dot com slash martic. Again that's lincoln dot com slash martic. Just one more lincoln. Our show notes. I'd like to tell you about if you didn't have a chance to take notes while you're listening to this podcast. Hetero mar tech pod dot com or we have some revolver episodes and contact information for guests. You can also subscribe to our once a week newsletter and you can even send us your topic suggestions or your marketing questions which will answer live on our show. Of course you can always reach out on. Social media are handle is mar tech pod. Marta see hp od on lincoln twitter instagram and facebook. Or you can contact me directly. My handle is benjy shop. The nj s. h. a. p. And if you haven't subscribed yet and you wanna daily stream of marketing and technology knowledge in your podcast feed. We're going to publish episode every day this year so the subscribe button on your podcast app and we'll be back in your feet tomorrow morning. All right that's it for today but until next time my advice is to just focus on keeping your customers happy..

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"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

06:51 min | 2 months ago

"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Hello margaret is benjamin shapiro here and thanks for tuning into the mar tech podcast. Which is brought to you by the hub. Spot podcast network not spot. Podcast network includes great. Shows like the. I digress podcast. Which helps marketers streamline their businesses by sharing hacks mindsets and actionable tools. Listen learn and grow with the martic podcast. And i digress on the hub. Spot podcast network at hub spot dot com slash podcast network from advertising to software as a service to data across all of our programs and violence. We've seen a fifty five. To sixty five percent open rate getting brands authentically integrated the content performs better than tv advertising. Typical life span of an article about twenty four thirty six hours. We're reaching out to the right person with the right message and a clear. Call that action that it's just a matter of timing. Welcome to the mar tek. Podcast a benji shabby llc production. In this podcast you'll hear the stories of world class marketers use technology to drive business results and achieve career. Success will on earth the real world experiences of some of the brightest minds in the marketing and technology space. So you can learn the tools tips and tricks. They've learned along the way. Now here's a host of the bar tech podcast benjamin shapiro. Welcome to the mar tech podcast. Today we're gonna talk about the science of machine learning in marketing. Joining us is duane veron. Who is the founder and ceo of media science which is a lab based audience research provider incorporating a range of narrow measures including biometrics facial expression analysis eye tracking eeg and more with state of the art labs in new york chicago and austin media. Sciences discovering actionable insights in advertising technology media and consumer trends yesterday. Dr duane and i talked about how artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing consumer research. And today. we're gonna continue the conversation talking about some of the innovations from a. and m. l. in the mar tech industry but before we get started with today's interview. I wanted to share some exciting news as part of our relationship with the hub. Spot podcast network. I've been invited to participate. in hub. Spots inbound twenty twenty one conference inbound is an amazing resource to find inspiration. Grow your network and to learn from global industry leaders across business marketing sales and customer success. And this year's lineup includes some amazing speakers. In business and media including oprah winfrey dave chang spike lee. You know just me and oprah hanging out talking about our media empires no big deal anyway. You can grab a free starter. Pass to access all spotlight conversations or upgrade to a powerhouse. Pass for full access to breakout sessions. Curated meetings on demand content and more the inbound. Twenty twenty one conferences hosted with love by hub spot and it takes place on october twelfth through the fourteenth to learn more about the inbound. Twenty twenty one lineup or to register for the conference for free could inbound dot com. that's i n. b. o. u. n. d. dot com that's inbound dot com and this podcast is also sponsored by lincoln marketing solutions. Let's pretend for a moment that you're about to launch a campaign. It tested well. Your entire team is happy and everything is going. According to plan except for the one thought in the back of your head. How do i ensure that the people i want to target are in the mindset to receive my message the answer is linked in because when you market on linked in your message reaches the people who are ready to do business and that means that your advertising campaigns will work as hard as it can as soon as you launch it there over sixty two billion decision makers on linked in and that's why seventy eight percent of to marketers rate linked in as the most effective social media platform for their organization. I personally use linked in both as an organic growth channel to syndicate our content. And i use it as an advertising channel to retarget tech podcast listeners with some offers from our sponsors and hey the messaging platform is a great way to reach potential podcast guests as well so look whatever. Your marketing goals are from brand building to lead generation. Lincoln will help you reach your audience with the features that you know about like targeting by job title company name and location but you can also re target based on custom triggers from your website or even by uploading your crm lists and customize your campaign based on the action that you want the customers to take so look do business where business is done and you can get one hundred dollars of advertising credits towards your first lincoln campaign. there's some terms and conditions apply. But you can get by going to lincoln dot com slash mark again. It's one hundred dollars off of your first linked in campaign by going the lincoln dot com slash. Mar tech all right. Here's the second part of my conversation with dr duane. Veron founder and ceo of media. Science dr duane. Welcome back to the tech podcast. It's great sitting back excited to have you back on the show and excited to continue our conversation. Yesterday we talked about consumer research and specifically how media science is taking advantage of some of more cutting edge technologies monitoring the signals that people give while they are exposed to media and some sort of stimulus. Our dear hands get sweaty. Does your heartbeat go down. Does your mouth go up. When you see an ad those are all different signals. That tell us different reactions to an add. A political statement Somebody's presence so consumer research is being changed pretty dramatically by some of the testing and science. That were able to do. There's also a fair amount of artificial intelligence and machine learning that is going into the mar tech industry. Let's start off by first off defining artificial intelligence and machine learning. What are the two of them. And then i'm also going to ask you. Obviously what's the impact. They're having on the martic industry but start off with giving me the definitions of a nfl well rather than definition. I might just talk through. Because i think people here these things that they don't know necessarily what it entails and where the real revolution it's how it is that this kind of like turbo charges. everything. I mean it's really powerful implications. I hear artificial intelligence. And i think oh that stuff that google facebook twitter microsoft apple net flicks are doing and that everybody else says they're doing but really they're talking about marketing automation machine learning. Am i wrong. I feel like artificial intelligence. You need this. Giant data set and.

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"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

03:30 min | 2 months ago

"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"And you could see that in the data so there are things we don't have to go but it is really fascinating. Is you do stops that. You can't see in the world said hear what you're saying. And i do wanna take us away from politics but i understand how understanding how people are feeling and some of their physical reactions to media whether it be advertising whether it be to politics and measuring that i could see as being a very powerful tool now. I guess the question that i have is you're talking about measuring somebody's heart rate in a lab setting. That is not meant to be comfortable but clearly you have to have some sort of machinery hooked up to a person to gauge. What their responses. So look if you come in you tape and ekg onto me in. You're putting measures on two of my fingers and telling me to scroll through my facebook feed. I might feel differently about that. And i might be. Let's just have a different level of comfort in the lab knowing that. I'm being an lies than i would on my couch when i'm being my true and authentic self. How much do you think about or try to gauge. What the variant is based on the lab setting a knowing that you're having somebody that is clearly being tested as opposed to experiencing the media in the field. What's the difference between lab and field data. it's a great question and it is valid issue. It's one of the reasons why media science philosophically we want to make the measures as noninvasive as possible so even though we measure he e. g which require sensors on your head even though we have methods that are a little bit more aggressive in terms of making up these measures. Our philosophy is to use the measures which are least invasive specifically because of the very reasons that you talked about we wanna make the experiences naturalist possible thus for example the reason why we go to any sense create like a mock living room experience for people to get them absorbed in their normal kind of like encounter..

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"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

MarTech Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

"media science" Discussed on MarTech Podcast

"Dr duane walk the martic tech podcast. It's bigger thanks for having me excited heavy. As our cast excited to talk a little you know of the more technical side of marketing. This is the mark tech podcast. Normally kind of focus on the mar part. And you're going to bring some tech influence here in the sense of machine. Learning artificial intelligence the more sophisticated technologies we use. Let's start off talking a little bit about media. Science in the description of this podcast. I mentioned biometrics facial expression i tracking. Eg g. those sound like really complicated technologies. how are they actually being used in marketing. I mean they are complicated. Of course the issue that we address in our research is that when you're talking about marketing above all your taxes back human emotion but the tools that we use to get to human emotion usually depend on self report in other words whether it's a focus group for a survey or interview were relying on woke people. Tell us about their most journey. The problem is people lack an understanding of own motionless journey. So when you ask a person a question about how. They feel about something what they're giving. You is the rash on reputation of what they think. They must be feeling. And that's actually far removed from their actual emotional encounter so what we do at media. Science is we want to measure that emotional response directly rather than being just depended upon what people tell about it. So the tools that you mentioned are all tools that are designed to get at measuring that emotion directly. I mean they are fairly complex. One of the reason they're complex is because they very pressing the person so you can't do this against a generic set of measures you have to actually calibrate for the individual. And then you have to actually let the that individual's response relative to their universe so to speak so that you can situate them in terms of what it means for them against the data but very exciting because it just exposes layers of data that we don't see otherwise

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How Technological Advancements Are Changing Consumer Research With MediaScience CEO Dr. Duane Varan

MarTech Podcast

02:00 min | 2 months ago

How Technological Advancements Are Changing Consumer Research With MediaScience CEO Dr. Duane Varan

"Dr duane walk the martic tech podcast. It's bigger thanks for having me excited heavy. As our cast excited to talk a little you know of the more technical side of marketing. This is the mark tech podcast. Normally kind of focus on the mar part. And you're going to bring some tech influence here in the sense of machine. Learning artificial intelligence the more sophisticated technologies we use. Let's start off talking a little bit about media. Science in the description of this podcast. I mentioned biometrics facial expression i tracking. Eg g. those sound like really complicated technologies. how are they actually being used in marketing. I mean they are complicated. Of course the issue that we address in our research is that when you're talking about marketing above all your taxes back human emotion but the tools that we use to get to human emotion usually depend on self report in other words whether it's a focus group for a survey or interview were relying on woke people. Tell us about their most journey. The problem is people lack an understanding of own motionless journey. So when you ask a person a question about how. They feel about something what they're giving. You is the rash on reputation of what they think. They must be feeling. And that's actually far removed from their actual emotional encounter so what we do at media. Science is we want to measure that emotional response directly rather than being just depended upon what people tell about it. So the tools that you mentioned are all tools that are designed to get at measuring that emotion directly. I mean they are fairly complex. One of the reason they're complex is because they very pressing the person so you can't do this against a generic set of measures you have to actually calibrate for the individual. And then you have to actually let the that individual's response relative to their universe so to speak so that you can situate them in terms of what it means for them against the data but very exciting because it just exposes layers of data that we don't see otherwise

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"media science" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"media science" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Way to hire all right. Got a couple more. Zubi thirteen yes. Fourteen a significant percentage of people thoroughly enjoy being subjugated which he's he said that another way earlier but yes of course. Yeah fifteen love it. Yeah they not only love it. They love what they want their recruiting. They see what you join them. What are you doing walking on that horse. That amass the that's gross. The science has evolved into a secular pseudo religion for millions of people in the west. This religion has little to do with science. That's really interesting. I agree that was fifteen so now sixteen. Most people care more about looking like they are doing the right thing rather than actually doing the right thing now. I don't even know that one's a little blurry because it's hard to tell what they think some of them are long for the ride the other's really believe whatever it is they're trying to do. Yep seventeen politics. The media science and the healthcare industries are all corrupt varying. Degrees scientists and doctors can be bought as easily as politicians. Yes especially when they're in bureaucratic positions the guys on the taking care of patients who are only thinking about that patient very hard to do that. Yeah but you these other guys. No problem rachelle orlinsky headed. Cdc like oh we should open schools for kids and then ten minutes later to fuck and teachers union coached her up and she's like oh that that wasn't really what i meant. I was speaking but not the personal capacity. We speaking that was my step and repeat. Cdc but that wasn't my. That's not what i thought. Blow all right bye-bye she we listen to anything that which has to say what what does she have. What pearls of wisdom mail train. And i am shocked at some of the stuff. She says well trained. But she's better coached. Do sorry dennis sniffing around corollas twenty twenty points. Bring it home. Gary here we go all right number eighteen. If you make people comfortable enough they will not revolt..

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"media science" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"media science" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"All. Right welcome back everybody. Our august for this hour as mike doc. California california -cation in the news. Now let me tell you a little bit more about him. I start a while ago in two thousand thirteen. Mike found it in the news. It's a website the del beyond the headlines to be well of the bought and paid for mainstream research media science and investigative journalism can be a lot like any type of enlightening studies with journey came a life changing conversion on his own road from dem's to damascus so to speak after observing the highly orchestrated assault on president. Donald trump's character and effectiveness during his. Two thousand sixteen transitioned office. Mike realized that coerced falsehoods and exaggerations. Were being weaponized against him. That's when the first frivolous foray of impeachment process was launched against president trump and my quickly observed that politics aside the same man he'd seen accomplish greatness and building skyscrapers in developing real estate and prestige branding with his own hometown was simply being unduly vilified for political sport. Big tech mainstream media and they're highly sensationalized. Exaggerations were showing themselves to be outright desires and propaganda machines and are still course of tools in the hands of destructive people people who are simply more intent on character assassination than allowing an accomplished builder and developer. Successfully do for america what he'd already done many times over for his own hometown many times in the business world much courtroom strategy when some opponents can't find fault in one's accomplishments in case they will falsely create smear and projects onto others and the world around them one last little bit presently amidst other things. Mike has become diligently engrossed in uncovering. What's considered to be ground zero for the vaccine passport. Rollout beta test taking place in orange county california every government project from atomic warfare to biological warfare as had its testing grounds amongst the early covid rhetoric stating in the msn. That this passport conspiracy would never occur. There are many other predicted and not so surprising concerns emerging in the golden state. A place that has now devolved to become the gold standard for socialist schemes democrat. Deception pelosi's perelman's newsome's no w. and general communist convergence. Well beautiful california. Well it's a good thing that got my doc on their side and we welcome him to care about midnights arc. Midnight six elements right now. Thanks for coming on tonight. Good to have you always a pleasure how you doing. I'm doing okay. i'm doing okay how we have. We spoke on april twentieth. That hitler's birthday well earlier. This year. fortunate date in some ways for some people the reason for celebration for others but we don't know any of them that's for sure What why don't we start here. You know a lot of people have joined the the programs. I became aware. Say that's the that's that's the guy that used to be on coast years ago. Yeah and so. They're listed now. So what about your personal shift of consciousness and conversion you around all these liberals the talking politics the other young people at the coffee houses. I mean the whole really traditional liberal Immersion then what happened. Well then january. Twenty twenty rolls around and You know i'm watching the mainstream media coverage of this sham impeachment. That's taking place. This was the first impeachment about the the phone call to ukraine. Remember this quid. Pro quo I'm sitting there. And i'm watching this and something like a a a splinter in my mind. I'm like something about this is just. It's not right and they're trying to make. It seem as melodramatic as possible..

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"media science" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"media science" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"President Trump permanently banned the way. Uh, Twitter has moved. And how soon can we expected Decision on that? Bands indefinite. We've said, at least through the transition, but we have no plans to let me have no plans to lift it. Policies are applied to everyone. We have taken down things that don Jr has said. We have taken down things from other world leaders, other people in public office and those policies of fun. So the policy that you can't incite violence. You can't be part of inciting violence. You can't even support people who are supporting the call for violence. Like these groups we've talked about. We're taking down those policies applied. Everyone's take that stuff down too soon as you can find it. That includes members of Congress and another public figures. Everyone. I mean, this shows that even the president is not above of the policies we have. This comes after after Facebook repeatedly threatened to remove posts and block posts from President Trump and supporters but never did. Meanwhile, a Twitter on Monday evening announced that it has suspended more than 70,000 accounts associated with Q and on the conspiracy group. The suspensions coming after the company on Friday said it would permanently remove account sharing Cuban on content. And the company on Friday suspended the accounts of Michael Flynn and Sidney Powell, both who shared conspiracy theories about the election and both who supported President Trump. People looking for parlor, meanwhile, have to look somewhere else. The sight already blocked by Twitter and other social media science has been shut down completely met its end when Amazon deleted it from its Web hosting service, meaning it can no longer be associated Online. Parlor, a suit to get back online, telling a judge in Seattle that Amazon breached its contract and abused its market power in ousting it. It's being framed his big Tex crackdown on free speech, even though businesses have the right to refuse service. Parlor CEO John Mattes, as hey doesn't know what will happen next. Well it zit Interesting morning. And guess the Middle East. You know, I never probably be living in the country. You know where things like this would happen where you think it coordinated Cos canceling here. Your You know what you're doing? I mean, essentially, the site is down. It's just a black hole. So, uh, so it's pretty horrible. Uh, And you know, we woke up on Friday. We thought everything was normal. We were number one on the app store literally number one United States from most downloaded had a tic tac ahead of everybody. Have Facebook ahead of, you know Twitter, and there's no indication we had any serious problems from Apple. Google Amazon. There's no serious breath know anything. You know, we had cordial correspondents, with all of them, including weekly calls them son. And, uh, then all of a sudden, there's this massive threats and we're gonna get rid of you. Tomorrow. And now today, there's no sight remaining. Oh, come on Friday. Everything was fine now. Today there is no there's nothing left. Audio courtesy of Fox. Business efforts have been taken to sideline parlor after its members were accused of using parlor to organize last week's Capitol attack and document the mayhem. Caused by it. And Airbnb says it hasn't reservations about some of the people who may be making reservations for lodging in the DC area next week. The online short term rental site says it's looking over the arrangements have been made to stay in and around the nation's capital. And the company says it will bar any guess who are associated with hate groups or violent activities. Some D C. Officials have asked Airbnb verb Oh another rental host to suspend their listings until after the inauguration is over. There will be no public access to the Capitol grounds on Inauguration day due to security and of course, as we mentioned earlier, the FBI warning that Unbelievably, there will be armed protests at possibly all 50 state capitals and.

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"media science" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"media science" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Among the first to get the Corona virus vaccine today, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Cesar characterized the ongoing initial rollout of the Corona virus vaccine, as hope is on the way at the Defense Department overseeing delivery of vaccination Kids to the States Army General Gus Pernis of the distributions running smoothly so far, and President Trump's cheering the first current virus vaccinations tweeting today. Congratulations, USA. Congratulations. World of the Corona virus vaccine is now in Austin and San Antonio. UT Health, San Antonio and UT Health. Austin officials say they received their doses this morning at the plan is to start inoculating Healthcare workers on Wednesday at the Alamo City may be home for the entire 2021 women's basketball tournament. The NC double aces there talking with San Antonio officials about the idea because the city was already going to host the Final four on the NC, double A also noted it makes sense to have the tournament in one spot to make sure everyone is safe from Corona virus. Miran Nierenberg says he's honored by the opportunity and hopes will happen after the Supreme Court tossed a lawsuit over the presidential election election. Texas GOP chair Alan West, his red states need to come together and protect themselves. Some saw that is talk about succession. But he told Fox News today his intentions are different. I never said anything about succession. I talked about law abiding states. I talked about them forming a union on alliance because they were the ones that everybody by our rule of law. He argues. The states targeted by the lawsuits are the ones were violating the Constitution or the real perpetrators of succession. Senator Ted Cruz says it's time for YouTube and other social media science to lose liability protections in a Senate hearing you said YouTube's van on videos alleging voter fraud. The presidential election is a one way street. I'm not asking you to pull down liberal content. I'm not asking you to pull down Socialist. I'm not asking you to pull down Communists. But I believe in free speech he's pushing for eliminating section 2 30 of the Communications Decency Act, which provides a liability protection for social media companies and Austin based tech companies. Software updates at the center of what may be the largest ever hack of the federal government, FBI and Homeland security are investigating after hackers broke into the Treasury and Commerce Department's by slipping malware into Austin based solar winds. Software UPDATES cyber security firm Fireeye says it was compromised, too, saying it's hacking tools were still One, solar wind CEO Kevin Thompson said in a statement. Quote. We believe that this vulnerability is the result of a highly sophisticated targeted and manual supply chain Attacked by a nation state. Unquote officials believe it's an elaborate and orchestrated cyber espionage attack that appears to have come from Russia in Austin. Eric like of NewsRadio, 1200 W O A governor, Andrew Cuomo is denying a sexual harassment claim by a former aide. Lindsay boil and took to Twitter yesterday to accuse the New York governor of sexually harassing her for years, claiming many saw it and watched at Quinn..

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"media science" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"media science" Discussed on No Agenda

"Your folder guy not as cruncher secondly added for the jinx sorting by date. Okay can i get an f. cancer from my aunt and the chancellor of my university both amazing people. I'm very close with can also get a deer hunting karma for everyone out there in the woods this weekend you can thank kevin rose for bringing me to the fold as a big fan of dig nation. John was on a podcast with kevin around the time you started the best podcasts. In the universe. I went back to listen to episode one and caught up rather quickly taught as a young tv reporter in western wisconsin. It was great to know. I wasn't crazy disagreeing with my g. a. m. a. j. m. s. professors and feeling like an outsider in the news room for wanting to look into real stories. It took me a while to get out of news. But now i work in higher ed and fit in perfectly. What is jams professors jams. Journalism and media science media science. I bitch media media studies journalism and mammalian studies. Yeah okay. an mediocre study journalism journalism and mediocre studies. Any ways i'm sorry to get a bunch of z's i'm sorry today's donations long but it's my last at least as humble mortal producer. Today i become a nights accounting attached in the back of a costco receipt. I would like to be known as sir camera. Chris of the beat. Jj mats and that's brazilian. jujitsu you can. i please get some lionise. Laney's red and cheese kurds cry. Bring the hot sticks. Lane in cools beer and something. John would look into or is lion cougars beers. Something i've i've had the beer and barnes chicago that serves it. I've had it there as good as quite good I think they were bought and sold by some as may be pastas. Maybe they're not owned by originals. Something might not be as good as i had it. that's it. thanks chris. chris I i did do a quick reverse sort and just pick the first jingle that came up. i don't think it's by any means the oldest. But i'll play it for you with the cancer requests. I've got information man new. Come to lie. You've got karma mike brewer. Two three four two two three two four seven and he emailed in note is a note. skying along but he does have a boots on the ground report that i do need to read the note itself. A short adelaide south australia so we may have in south australia lockdown or center Many thanks for your efforts in a mig villa de de munition which i liked the term. That's a good show title to emit Munition i've been listening to you guys since show twelve forty seven having moved across from jr. Could i request a deed douching please. You've been deduce do instead of before i'll say it again. I love the acted. A lot of people come in at the higher levels of the donation segment. They have money jingles but a goat. Calmer for everyone suffering through covert nine thousand nine hundred eighty four. Thank you for your courage. Mike and adelaide. Now i have. I can read the boots on the ground report now or later. Well let me do. Let me do the i. I mean that seems to be an order. Mission deed douched. I'll tell you what. Tell me i'm going to. I will tell you what. What you go karma. I'm going to skip to be a g report until we get back to the show itself because it is worth reading okay. You've got quite good. Actually gus not k. And not in in groningen ruling. Kroening not special pronunciation north to know who's cannot today said okay to a six dot six six and he's in google rounding. Please deduce me. Adam dishes spent -duced on. Yes okay. i'm not reading this. Note your reading it in the proper accent. Okay yes short show. This will be a breaker for you once again. It's me again. Who's not from running a great. Oh yes but. I'm also known as ski. Afa i used to live from. Saint martin northeast in but since hurricane earmarks. Smashed my house into pieces Me and my little family me my jessica and my daughter. Skyler head to relocate back to my home grounds in the area of the city of crowning it in a small village called hark state which is actually very old and has quite the history with monks living there and nights and shit any vase sent you guys for the best podcast indeed universe. I have been listening for over a decade. And i feel ashamed for only now starting to donate you. Geiss inspired me for years already ago to start one of the most legendary ditch. Podcast series ever made is to q. f. f. podcast on radio. Sixty six point six fm nonetheless. I will keep punching peeps in the mouth and by debate. I hope you guys like the cartoon seen that. I'm working on the both of you. Guys flying a huey helicopter attacking the m. s officers with little missiles and stuff martin. Jj came up with the storyline. No agenda social again. Thanks for all the good work. And i will try to keep doing my best to keep these donations flowing your way interesting. It wasn't written with enough of a dutch accent incorporated that you could really get to your dutch accent. I did the best i could do. I mean he's just. I just find it interesting because i've noticed myself if i want to do an accident reading some note it really has to be in. The writing does not so clearly. The guy has almost no accent. Yes might sound like a frenchman. Thank you very much Who did he want anything. Any i'm going to give him a karma. Just not only making fun of them. You've got to go you left. Don baron of new hampshire and the merrimack valley and windham new hampshire two hundred one dollars and his note is thanks guys karma please sir don barron of new hampshire. You've got karma. Our list is lillian sonar i'm guessing s. o. h. n. e. r. Two hundred dollars. I called out my husband. She writes for wishing me a happy birthday last week. On the show and not donating. No he added a human resource a couple years ago. So it's been a while we donated by quote. Hit everybody in the mouth about your show and mainly start off by saying. Do you remember adam curry from mtv and then proceed to explain what the show is that. I always wonder what the next line so in my mind is like this. You be the unsuspecting person about to be hit in the mouth. Hey how you doing. Hey your remember. Adam.

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"media science" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"media science" Discussed on No Agenda

"Now and get him sauce unless he starts producing again and get nowhere animus in dubai's next on the list on and and he's your car. You've got karma know that you what mike are you using are using your regular mike. I've got a y sounds different. It's because instead of aiming it at the floor. Yeah it's aimed toward the ceiling and so you're probably getting some You're getting you're probably getting some ambience. That's different but don't use pointed at your face it's pointed upwards towards my face is below the mike is below me okay as opposed to being above my nose and pointing down. I'm actually happy with it. I just wanted to remark that. It sounds different. No okay well i. It's just using different. I've i've read. I've adjusted how i'm making myself. Okay now animus is next on the list of dubai in dubai. Aris three thirty three thirty three. Nothing beats getting myself a knighthood for my birthday. Turn thirty four november twenty first by been on thirty three thirty three for a while and i was planning on getting a knighthood for my thirty third birthday but shit fan last year and i think my delayed knighthood triggered the beginning of the end of times. Oh twenty twenty. Okay any ways. I wanted to acknowledge all the great work you guys do in your insights are so often spot on specifically when it comes to gen z as a teacher whose students are all jetting. Gen z keys. Everything you speak of icy even all the way from dubai being oversocialized underinformed is the true global pandemic. i also believe millennia should be split into two groups older and younger which we've discussed on the show many a time. Because i personally have the those groups represented in my house. Miss where the younger millennials share many of the blinded traits of jenn z's and a few but they're aware of the difference. I will be working hard to make sure my to jin. Elphas at home are well. Informed with shrunken delays. Sorry john for the long note. This was medium. Note you love you you love the show. You will show me tarzan. You love the show. Your loved the show. No jingles only karma for my knighthood. Please give me the title of sir teacher. Sir teacher sir. The anonymous arab in dubai and for the roundtable. I like some sri Trauma sharma a sh- warmer and hamas hamas is at the round table. Yes what would add some swarm on. You've got karma for you. Action laura nelson and strasburg colorado three thirty three all credit to preston and adid douching please. You've been deep douched. Happy birthday preston in his his name. Is she last. Name is shin goner. Shingle shingle. maybe i have. He gets the credit though but he gets the credit or com. Thank you for making us. No agenda family craw nice. That was a good note. You can thank laura later tyler boyd. In cary north carolina becomes the first associate executive producer. Tuna seventy dollars and fifty. Cents does a make good of months for months of laughs information and true journalism. Thank you for being part of my sanity network. I'd like to request a d. douching and please play tears freedom and pretty good. Can you do i own. I liked it a good sequence especially game. Yeah good one chris. Baylor in grafton wisconsin. Two three four five six favorite of mine. I thank you both for doing the work. Secondly adam for jingles you. Can you sort them by date. I'd like the third oldest if not some pew pew okay actually cancer by date but not easily from the looks of it by the way i want to mention this again if i want to interrupt show again. You are a neat freak. I said so before. I've said it again at been to your house. You say you're not but anyway. Tourists is generally a neat freak your organizational structure for these clips in all the other crap. You sent me the backup of crass like very very over organized. What are you talking about. How over organized. It's organized by date. How is that over organized. What did you. What are you going for older in a folder and the folder a folder a folder holy-moly. I'm a folder. Your folder guy not as cruncher secondly added for the jinx by date. Okay can i get an f. cancer from my aunt and the chancellor of my university both amazing people. I'm very close with can also get a deer hunting karma for everyone out there in the woods this weekend you can thank kevin rose for bringing me to the fold the big fan of dig nation. John was on a podcast with kevin around the time you started the best podcasts. In the universe. I went back to listen to episode one and caught up rather quickly taught as a young tv reporter in western wisconsin. It was great to know. I wasn't crazy disagreeing with my g. a. m. a. j. m. s. professors and feeling like an outsider in the news room for wanting to look into real stories. It took me a while to get out of news. But now i work in higher ed and fit in perfectly. What is jams professors jams. Journalism and media science media science. A bitch media media studies journalism and media studies. Yeah okay. An mediocre study journalism journalism and mediocre studies any ways. I'm sorry to get a bunch of diseases you. I'm sorry today's donations long. But it's my last at least as humble mortal producer. Today i become a nights accounting attached in the back of a costco receipt. I would like to be known as sir camera. Chris of the beat. Jj mats and that's brazilian. jujitsu you can. i please get some lionise laney's red and cheese kurds and cry. Bring the hot sticks. Lane in cools beer and something. John would look into or is lion. Cougars beers something. I've had the beer and barnes chicago. That serves it. I've had it. There is as good as quite good I think they were bought and sold by some as may be pastas. Maybe they're not owned by originals. Something might not be as good as i had it. that's it. thanks chris. chris I i did do a quick reverse sort and just pick the first jingle that came up. i don't think it's by any means the oldest. But i'll play it for you with the cancer requests. I've got information man new. Come to lie. You've got karma mike.

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"media science" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"media science" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Components are fully certified by one of the world's leading ecological testing facilities. Details online at Sleep Works DOTCOM on this week's on the media science fiction writers embrace the challenge of depicting cataclysmic climate change. History's going so fast Technology is changing so fast that we're living in a science fiction story that we're all writing together a new language for our changing world on this week's on the media from W. On the media Sunday afternoon at two o'clock That's today on sweetie public radio. I'm Barbara Klein. With these headlines, the CDC says US deaths related to Cove in 19 have climbed to more than 167,000. A growing number of health experts are calling for a shift in testing strategy from accuracy to speed. South Korea is re imposing some restrictions after 1/3 straight day of increases in Corona virus infections. The country is so far kept the virus in check, but several clusters have emerged at churches and markets in the capital, Seoul. Puerto Rico is holding a second round of voting and more than half the island's precinct after primary elections a week ago were delayed. Many polling centers never received ballots or got them too late. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from Capital One Capital One's banking app lets people manage their money anytime, anywhere. Capital one. This is banking.

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"media science" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

15:17 min | 1 year ago

"media science" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"He's worked with clients like Cisco Microsoft City Group. Time Warner you've heard of these people. Abbvie occur a client we both have Caterpillar Amgen Prudential Union Pacific etc etc etc. He holds an m media science from University of Copenhagen and an MBA from I e s e business school pride business career. He served for four years as an officer with Danish. Royal Guards. Thomas you are the first guest as far as I know who served as an officer in the Danish Royal Guards listen. I'm so glad you're thanks for being here today. Thanks so much Kevin. That's not surprising. It's.

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"media science" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"media science" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"media science" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"media science" Discussed on AP News

"There's Brad Rutter who's overall jeopardy. Hall of four point three million dollars is the most one on any game show, Ken Jennings is a seventy four game winner and top moneymaker and non tournament jeopardy competition with two and a half million dollars and buzzy Cohen is the show's rating tournament of champions waiter there among the six captains who will join their teams and competing for a top prize of a million dollars the other three captains are. Julia Collins, Kobe Burnett and Austin Rogers, the contest fans, ten episodes that began airing Wednesday and wrap March fifth jeopardy. Executive producer Harry Friedman says the contestants were chosen primarily on the basis of their previous success the Amazon deal to build a headquarters in New York City may have fallen apart, but the AP's Julia Walker says it's not stopping mayor Bill de Blasio from thinking about a presidential run mayor de Blasios who helped broker the Amazon deal, which he blames the company for ending tells NBC's meet the press. He's still mulling a presidential bid. In twenty twenty have not ruled it out to Blasios who calls himself. A proud. Progressive says, he'll take his message on the road. We don't address this income inequality. Our country's security and stability is threatened. I'm going to be talking about that all over this nation. He said the Amazon deal represented an opportunity for working people, and progressives who cheered its demise can give back to those people while also governing the progressive movement needs to be about equality, but also about opportunity critics panned the deal forgiving Amazon three billion in tax breaks and subsidies money. The mayor says would have resulted in massive revenue. Julie Walker New York. A scathing report that calls for tougher rules to keep Facebook another tank foams from acting like want British lawmakers cool digital gangsters by intentionally violating data privacy and competition laws. The report on fake news and information on social media sites Fullerton eighteen month investigation, by parliament's media committee. It recommended that social media. Science fully a mandatory code of ethics overseen by an independent regulator to better control harmful or legal content. The report called down Facebook in particular saying that the site structure seemed to be designed to conceal knowledge of Andras moves ability for specific decisions UK, parliamentary committee reports are intended to influence government policy. But are not binding the committee said it hoped its conclusions would be considered when the government reviews its competition powers in April. Radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump's declaration of.

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