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Vox Media Publisher Melissa Bell on recent departures and future content
"Okay let's get into welcome. Melissa thanks for taking the time happy to be here always enjoy the digital passed so last month bucks co medical esiason as recline as well as vox editor in chief larne williams announced. They're leaving bucks. So what's going on a box. You know it's a it's a story that's a little bit about fox could also just think this is a major europe change. You spoke a little bit about the founding of ox. We started almost seven years ago. We'll have our seventh anniversary in march this this next year and it's been an incredible period of growth for us i think particularly over the last three years We really expanded into the multimedia platforms that. You're talking about television in podcast. Obviously our newsroom grew as well. And it's been fantastic to watch this growth. But i think this year with everything in change in and everyone kind of considering their next steps. I think individually as romance and lauren all in conversations with me realized that they were ready for different step in their careers and similarly i think fox is ready for a different step in its direction in twenty twenty one and it aligns really to sort of say okay. Let's make this. Let's make some big significant changes all at once and let's move forward into into a new era. Vox they have all been huge instrumental. Parts of oxen have really left their imprint. On it and i'm really grateful for all they've done but i'm also excited for what's to come next. And there's some precedent for this. Because then i think it was. Twenty seventeen was when as a became editor at large. That was. Lauren was promoted to editor in chief and that seemed to coincide with also something of a new era for box like today explained. Hadn't launched yet. The netflix show explained watching. I think a year later so like with this now. Kind of that precedent being set. What are you expecting for the next era. Vox what's going to be different about fox in two thousand twenty one. Yeah i don't want to ever speak for Think it's a really interesting story. A bit In his in his decisions what he's always done. And i think that this is this is evident two thousand seventeen and evident now is that he and matt and i came up with a strong idea about what fox could try to solve for audiences. We really knew that there was there was something that we needed to help with journalism overall. But what we sound is that having others come in and take that sort of seed of an idea and build something invariably ends up with amazing incredible work. And i think that when ezra step back in two thousand seventeen he did so purposely to let someone like lauryn williams take the helm and lead. Vox into sort of this next generation. And you see the you see the impact that she had Over the last few years. And i think what we're looking for is to find some new folks who are ready to be those new leaders in taking different directions. We also i think have created space internally for a lot of the really talented people we have to step up and take box into different directions today. Explain you mentioned is is our daily podcast and i think it's a great example. We hired sean. Rahm ashore are host to create something. That really gets out what we want. Vox to be at its very best. Something that Jewels deep into stories of the day But does so in a way that is that takes topics seriously but artiste itself too seriously that brings both joy and understanding to its audience. And that's not something that i could have ever come up with. That's not something that could have ever come up with. That's really something that sean developed with his tastic team and i just you know i've always found that if you give creators space to do great work. They're great work will accomplish in so we're looking forward to that in the next
Italy towns quarantined as coronavirus cases rise
"Efforts are underway in foreign countries to contain outbreaks of coronavirus in Italy it has the first major outbreak in Europe correspondent Melissa bell in northern Italy says several quarantines are in effect telling authorities have had to put in special measures to ensure that those quarantines are respected with rules designed to keep people in and to keep people out a three month sentence lose if anyone tries to disobey those quarantine
"melissa bell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You for listening to G. C. F. C. C. G. C. here I am the markets hi Michael Toscano three thousand medical personnel infected by the covert nineteen corona virus in China fifty dead from the virus in one city in Iran cases multiplying in North Korea and Japan fear is rising in Italy as new cases surge there as Melissa bell reports from Venice we've gone from less than five cases at the end of last week to these children nineteen confirm just now all of which five people have died already some ten pounds at the very least under this quarantine with fifty thousand people here in northern eighteenth century trapped inside their towns all the system the world stock markets plunging two hours before the opening the Dow futures were down more than six hundred and eighty points roughly two and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred futures were down two point six percent and there was a similar decline for the nasdaq investors are reacting to major crops overseas south Korea's stock market fell three point nine percent and Italy's stock market was down four percent during the trading day as the number of coronavirus cases surged in those countries at the same time American multinational corporations have been warning that their earnings will fall short of expectations due to efforts to stop the spread of the virus in China Steve cast about New York president trump is on a ceremonial trip to India to cement U. S. ties with that nation Sam Kiley reports the president was treated to a campaign style stadium rally by prime minister Modi's Donald Trump the trump administration since.
"melissa bell" Discussed on KGO 810
"Francisco a cumulus station download the tune in app so you can take KGO eight ten with you wherever you go fear and the markets hi Michael Tristan or three thousand medical personnel affected by the cold at nineteen corona virus in China fifty dead from the virus in one city in Iran cases multiplying in North Korea and Japan fear is rising in Italy as new cases surge there as Melissa bell reports from Venice conference less than five cases at the end of last week these two hundred nineteen confirm just now all of which five people have died already some ten pounds at the very least under this quarantine with fifty thousand people here in northern India essentially trapped inside their towns all this S. and the world stock markets plunging two hours before the opening the Dow futures were down more than six hundred and eighty points roughly two and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred futures were down two point six percent and there was a similar decline for the nasdaq investors are reacting to major crops overseas south Korea's stock market fell three point nine percent and Italy's stock market was down four percent during the trading day as the number of coronavirus cases surged in those countries at the same time American multinational corporations have been warning that their earnings will fall short of expectations due to efforts to stop the spread of the virus in China Steve cast about New York president trump is on a ceremonial trip to India to cement U. S. ties with that nation Sam Kiley reports the president was treated to a campaign style stadium rally by prime minister Modi's the trump administration since.
"melissa bell" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"From Google play or the app store San Francisco San Jose keep G. talk radio five sixty KSFO with you wherever you go fear and the markets hi Michael to stand three thousand medical personnel infected by the twelve at nineteen corona virus in China fifty dead from the virus in one city in Iran cases multiplying in North Korea and Japan fear is rising in Italy as new cases surge there as Melissa bell reports from Venice we've gone from less than five cases at the end of last week to these two hundred nineteen confirm just now all of which five people have died already some ten pounds at the very least under this quarantine with fifty thousand people here in northern India essentially trapped inside their towns all this S. and the world stock markets plunging two hours before the opening the Dow futures were down more than six hundred and eighty points roughly two and a half percent the S. and P. five hundred futures were down two point six percent and there was a similar decline for the nasdaq investors are reacting to major crops overseas south Korea's stock market fell three point nine percent and Italy's stock market was down four percent during the trading day as the number of coronavirus cases surged in those countries at the same time American multinational corporations have been warning that their earnings will fall short of expectations due to efforts to stop the spread of the virus in China Steve casting about New York president trump is on a ceremonial trip to India to cement U. S. ties with that nation Sam Kiley reports the president was treated to a campaign style stadium rally by prime minister Modi's Donald Trump the trump administration since the turn of the century India's economy has grown more than six times in size the U. S. government has begun outlining its extradition case against Juliana Sasha London courtroom arguing the wikileaks founder is not a free speech champion but an ordinary criminalist put lives at risk by Michael to scana thanks for starting your week off.
Italy: Teen's father says son didn't know friend had A knife
"The father of one of the bay area teens detained in a deadly stabbing of an Italian police officer says that is eighteen year old son insists he didn't know his friend had a knife correspondent Melissa bell has more words from the father says that his son was not even aware that the other team Finnigan elder had been carrying an I. warranty did he use it in the scuffle with those two police officers that ended tragically with the death of old one of them's a really clearing his son's name officer Mario Rego was stabbed eleven times during a botched drug deal according to officers he was
"melissa bell" Discussed on KGO 810
"Always wish she was can can I can imagine being on the ground my uncle first a family whose everyone I meet them and just being there alone scared eight people are recovering at three different hospitals still we are learning that a plain clothes also officer in Rome forgot his gun the night he was stabbed at during a confrontation allegedly with two teams from the bay area correspondent Melissa bell has details of a botched drug deal American teenagers Finnigan elder and not tell your off running through the streets of Rome carrying a rucksack that allegedly just stolen after a botched drug deal police say the two Americans had arranged to meet the owner of the bag to return it in exchange for money and drugs they weren't expecting police to turn up instead officers say deputy brigadier Mario Raghav was stabbed eleven times we are learning more about twin new boards found abandoned near a large trash bin behind a Fairfield business this week officials say they have when they arrive one of them had already died but the other was transported to the hospital and is reportedly in stable condition the woman believed to be their mother was found a short distance away she's being evaluated by doctors employees at nearby businesses say she was seen sleeping on the streets during the past few weeks we are following a first of its kind law in California that adds new protections for those who engage in illegal sex work starting in January California prostitutes will be immune from arrest one reporting a violent crime or carrying condoms the walls author democratic senator Scott Weiner sex workers are at significantly increased risk of being victimized in terms of violent crimes whether it's rape or assault or kidnapping robbery he says often they don't come forward out of fear they'll be arrested for prostitution the bill also says a sex worker cannot be arrested just because they're carrying condoms which traditionally has been probable cause he says this will encourage sex workers to protect themselves from sexually transmitted diseases without fear of being arrested Jim rope Los Angeles we have an update on your morning commute in just a moment mark NATO will go back to I eighty next on KGO eight Capital One.
"melissa bell" Discussed on KGO 810
"The full report. Linda Kenyon, Washington again, you can hear attorney general bars press conference this time next hour on K G O eight ten as it happens on K G plus all day, we're going to give you a chance to react to it. At on the talk show hosts beginning with Mark Thomson at ten o'clock. And then Pat Thurston chip Franklin, Nikki medoro. And of course, John Rothman, beginning at six o'clock. Well, the search for answers after the devastating fire at Notre Dame cathedral. Melissa bell reports on how some clues could be on the way one of the construction companies involved had installed just hours before the fire began a security lapse camera that was taking pictures every few minutes that's not been handed to investigators and could well provide some crucial. Coups. And some of the structure remains at risk of collapse. We're going to be bright for your Thursday sunshine with highs in the seventies. And eighties today. We'll begin a cool down tomorrow. I'm Brett burkhart each day. The stock market rises or falls hundreds of points with some of the major indices off by as much as twenty five percent from their highs in twenty eighteen that is staggering. That's hope you have a laws twenty-five percent of your nest egg double digit losses can be a sign that you and your financial adviser are not communicating. Well, what do you do? Now is the time to examine your financial goals. If you're seeing large losses or your current financial adviser is not talk to you about today's economy, especially if you're nearing retirement, then call Greg O'Donnell to learn how to survive market instability. O Donnell financial group has been helping clients steady their investments in times like these for more than thirty years. Call Greg right now at eight six six four nine six to three zero zero that's eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred or online at OD F I group dotcom. O'donnell financial. Group helping people just like you for more than three decades, investment advice and advisory services offered through Donald financial services LLC, a registered investment advisor. Get a.
"melissa bell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Seventy seven. ABC? A Cumulus station. Sixty one degrees and cloudy in New York. I'm Bob Rath story as we talk about and seventy seven WABC assessments are being made on Notre Dame cathedral after Monday's fire. Correspondent Melissa bell says the damage is extensive could have been worse. It is almost miraculous really that. So much of the stone structure has survived and we've been hearing from France's interior minister who's been saying it was a question of about half an hour. If the fire had lost it any longer than it did than the structure, no doubt would have been more badly damaged than is French president, Emmanuel Macron is committing to rebuilding Notre Dame cathedral within five years, but and making his pledge in a televised speech builders, the sa- great due to be rebuilt, and we will make the cathedral of nachos. Adam even will beautiful. We can do this. We mobilize. Everybody students from the high school or still in disbelief after their visit to Notre Dame cathedral. The group were among the last tourists to see the cathedral yesterday before the massive fire broke out and they phone in my hand. Right. If the film, but when I actually saw I didn't realize how big the fire, actually wise. I was just in shock. They were all we were crying hugging. Each other. It was very surreal after spending an hour in the cathedral. They left just before six thirty pm just as the fire started the two thousand six students and five teachers are in Paris as part of an eleven day. French immersion trip cardinal Dolan says Francis planning a fundraiser to rebuild the iconic Notre Dame cathedral. He says New York Catholics and others wanna help not even a raging fire can destroy the dignity that ability that it represents endorsed it. It will rise again. Fire crews were able to say, the facade and bell towers in many. Sacred relics spire of one world trade is lit tonight in solidarity with the people of France. Governor Cuomo says the four hundred eight foot spire lit in the colors of the French flag following the fire at the cathedral, the governor of New Yorkers morning this tremendous loss. He also committed the bravest of the brave first responders I should say who worked to extinguish the flames and save portions of what he says is significant piece of history an eighteen year old man is dead in a shooting and crown heights. Police say a man was struck by bullets shortly after five pm at Saint John's place in eunuch avenue. No motive has been given for the shooting. Police continue to investigate I go for the sweep tonight against the penguins game for the Eastern Conference first round playoffs Yankees. And the Red Sox Mets Phillies.
"melissa bell" Discussed on KGO 810
"On K G O eight ten. Cagy away. Ten. Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart Martinson calls out, huge area companies not paying taxes in a moment, and you can sound off as well. Four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero first though assessments are being made on Notre Dame cathedral after Monday's fire. Correspondent Melissa bell tells us that while the damage is extensive it could have been worse. So much of this tone structure has survived. And we've been hearing from France's minister who's been saying it was a question of about half an hour. If the fire had lasted any longer than it did than the structure, no doubt would have been more damage than is among the items saved the crown of thorns, which some believe was placed on the head of Christ's in which the cathedral calls its most precious relic. Stay with Caja we'll have updates on the search for a cause throughout the day. Governor Newsom has unleashed a harsh response. President Trump's threat to send illegal immigrants to so called sanctuary cities. As we hear from correspondent Jim Rupe? Newsome says the federal government is processing the applications of immigrants seeking asylum at the border, then releasing them into California. The same thing is happening in other border states, Monday, the president restated his threat of last week, unleashing harsh response from Newsome who calls the threat sick illegal immoral and pathetic, the president's own as of advised him that he. May not legally be able to do that that has stopped him though. From doubling down on the idea. We are hearing from coach Steve Kerr after the clippers pulled off the biggest comeback at NBA playoff history. Beating the dubs. He says the warriors became comfortable stopped flying. We we kind of disconnected. Kinda amid third quarter and loss star defensive edge. They scored eighty eighty five points in the second half. You know, we really done a good job defensively. In the first half game. Three is Thursday night in Los Angeles sharks center. Joe Thornton has received a one game suspension for a hit to the head of Thomas. No sec from the Vegas Golden Knights during San Jose six to three loss on Sunday..
"melissa bell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"At this hour is ablaze burning in the medieval Notre Dame cathedral built in eleven. Sixty three thick smoke can be seen pouring from the huge cathedral. Fire seemingly now out of control and police are trying to evacuate the area. Correspondent Melissa bell is on the scene now blacks. That is also coming through the back of this fire there through the talk all the time being those claims appear to be engulfing it unchecked. And really said to the stillness the crowds here say as they watch this unfold spire has just collapsed. The fire may have started on the roof. Is we hear from correspondent HAMAs gold who's there? I wonder if that's. Somehow, contributing to fire President Trump is watching the blazin Paris and calls it horrible to watch. I Mike moss. President Trump is tweeting today that the Muller. Russia investigation was a hoax and the authors of the reporter angry Democrats done the less redacted version of the report will be out this Thursday Justice department official says the report will be released in reducted for much to the dismay of Democrats in congress who have been pushing for release of the full report, a brief summary of the principal conclusions of the report compiled by attorney general William bar and deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein said the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia during the presidential election bar. Also wrote that the special counsel Robert Muller did not reach a conclusion as to whether the president of struck the Justice House Democrats say they want to see the report without the interpretations or the redaction saying they want to reach their own conclusions. Linda Kenyon, Washington extremely close. Finish to the Boston marathon Lawrence. Toronto of Kenya wins just two seconds ahead.
"melissa bell" Discussed on KGO 810
"Good morning. I'm Brett burkhart with your bottom of the hour. News update before we get you back to Mark Thompson, the investigation into the crash of a lion Air, Boeing, seven three seven Maxine last October is taking on new relevance after voice recorder content. From the flight has been made public. Correspondent Melissa bell says the very same plane reportedly encountered similar trouble the day before the disaster very day before that lion air crashed off Indonesia into the job is seeking one hundred and eighty nine people. It had flown from volley to Jakarta, according to this Bloomberg report. And it was thanks to the presence in the cockpit of a man who shouldn't even been there. Now, Judy pilot who managed to show the pilots who were in charge that flight essentially, how to disable this bit of software that we now know was at the heart of the crash of the plane the very next day. The record reveals that the pilots of the lion aircrash scoured a handbook as they struggle to understand why the jet was lurching downward, but ran at a time before it hit water. A federal during San Francisco has determined for the second time. The roundup weed killer was a substantial factor in a snowman's cancer seventy year old Edwin Hardiman is the second plaintiff to go to trial out of thousands around the country. Who claimed the weed killer causes cancer Harman's trial now heads to the second phase to determine whether round-ups manufacturer Monsanto is liable. And if so for how much previous state jury before a different judge ordered millions to another man after determining the weed killer cause his non-hodgkin's lymphoma. Monsanto has appealed that decision and denies the connection. Saying hundreds of studies have established chemicals and roundup are safe in KGPS. Terry rouse reports. Legal experts say the outcomes of these trials give attorney direction on future lawsuits and the library of congress has picked this year's choices to add to the national recording registry. Where cultural and historic recordings are store..
"melissa bell" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm Michael Toscano. Chairman Elijah Cummings of the house oversight committee accuses the White House of quote, an unprecedented level of stonewalling delay and obstruction in response to requests for documents and witnesses the White House. Also missed a deadline to turn over documents to the House Judiciary committee has we hear from Linda Kenyon. The committee requested records from Eighty-one individuals and entities as part of its investigation into the president's campaign businesses and administration, the focus of the probe is obstruction of Justice public corruption and abuses of power those involved at two weeks to provide the documents, the chairman of the House Judiciary committee, Representative Jerrold Nadler says a handful of people have indicated they will fight the request leaving the committee to decide its next move. A sheriff's deputy was killed and a police officer injured last night and kid of this county Washington after a shootout during an attempted traffic. Stop the suspect. Was also shot hospitalized along with the injured officer the name of the dead officer, not released the voice recorder from the crash of lion Air's, Boeing, seven thirty-seven, max, eight last October is highlighting what maybe a problem with that model of passenger jet. Bloomberg is reporting the very same plane and your plane encountered trouble a debut Koresh, Melissa bell tells us the crew got help that day from an off duty pilot onboard. He wasn't even meant to be there. He was off duty. We're told this is something that happens pre often when one pilot needs to go from one city to another. He was sitting in a cockpit. And it just so happened that he was able to show the two pilots who were on JD how to disable this particular flight mechanism. This piece of software that essentially forces the nose of the plane.
"melissa bell" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The emerald empire. Stonewalling and delay deputy killed. I'm Michael Toscano. Chairman Elijah Cummings of the house oversight committee accuses the White House. I've quote, an unprecedented level of stonewalling delay and obstruction in response to requests for documents and witnesses the White House. Also missed a deadline to turn over documents to the House Judiciary committee has we hear from Linda Kenyon committee requested records for Eighty-one individuals and entities as part of its investigation into the president's campaign businesses and administration, the focus of the probe is obstruction of Justice public corruption and abuses of power those involved at two weeks to provide the documents, the chairman of the House Judiciary committee, Representative Jerrold Nadler says a handful of people have indicated they will fight the request leaving the committee to decide its next move. A sheriff's deputy was killed and a police officer injured last night and kids this county Washington after a shootout during an attempted traffic stop the suspect was also shot hospitalized along with the injured officer the name of the dead officer not release. Based the voice recorder from the crash of lion Air's, Boeing, seven thirty-seven, max, eight last October is highlighting what may be a problem with that model of passenger jet. Bloomberg is reporting the very same plane and your plane encountered trouble a day before the crash Melissa bell tells us the crew got help that day from an off duty pilot on board. He wasn't even meant to be there. He was off duty. We're told this is something that happens pre-owned when one pilot go from one city to another. He was sitting in a cockpit. And it just so happened that he was able to show the two pilots who were on JD how to disable this particular flight mechanism. This piece of software that essentially forces the nose of the plane.
"melissa bell" Discussed on KOMO
"A wife more of the stuff unfortunate. Today is because of something evil headman. Authorities rushed to identify the bodies of the victims. So they could be buried according to Muslim tradition. They're required to bury their dead as quickly as possible often within twenty four hours New Zealand's, Prime minister promised to work toward banning assault rifles in the wake of what she said was a terrorist attack. We have made a decision as a cabinet. We're unified the simply they simply details to work through these simple areas of law. And so they simply what will be taking the time to get right? We cannot be deterred from that we need to do on our gun laws in New Zealand. They need to change. They will change the shooter used five guns including two semi automatic weapon guns. The shooter was charged with one count of murder in Christ Church court on Saturday. He's due back in court on April fifth, and it's expected to face several more charges. He had no criminal history. Newsy? Eland nor in his native Australia, his extremist views had not drawn the attention of the security and intelligence services in either country over the weekend. Facebook continued policing their platform for portions of the video recorded by the gunman as he livestream the attack on Sunday. Facebook announced that it had removed one point five million videos of the New Zealand attack. Michael, thanks, Steve Kastenbaum reporting. For I lied where it does. Now nine minutes past the hour, you know, more than three hundred Boeing seven thirty-seven, max eight and max nine passenger jets around the world have been taken out of service following those two fatal crashes over the past five months one in Ethiopia last week and Indonesia in October killed almost three hundred and fifty people one of the biggest unanswered questions. Still was the plane software to blame. Let's bring in correspondent Melissa bell from Labor Day, France, where the black boxes from the crash are being analyzed one of the big questions, of course, for investigators will be just how. Great. Those similarities are even as the investigation continues into both that lion air crash of last October. And the airlines crash three. Oh, two of March the tenth we heard from Ethiopia transport ministers. There are similarities, that's according to the preliminary data. And of course, there is much more work to be done. We now know that data has been extracted that it can be read eight will take though we're hearing about thirty days for report to be published. The question is whether the analysis of that data will continue to take face here behind me at be headquarters in the outskirts of Paris, or whether that data will go back teeth, THEO Pia for analysis there that is one of the questions. Analysis will try and answer is particularly that question of the maneuvering characteristics mutation system that we've been hearing so much about Netflix these last few days on this particular type of Boeing aircraft. We've no because we'd heard also from the CEO of Ethiopian Airlines these last few days that in the minutes after takeoff. The pilot of the GOP airlines flight had had flight control problems. Were there the same kind of problems encountered by the lion? Aircrash where we'd heard all the nose being forced down by this automated software within the aircraft against the pilots will the pilots attempts in that flight, the lion air flight to try and pull that up to try and correct. That was made it system before finally the the jet crashed into the Java sea were those similar kind of issues that were taking place in the airline's flight that is clearly one of the big questions that will be looking to hear from that report wants his public. Right. Thanks to correspondent, Melissa bell. Reporting from labor, France, eleven one half minutes past the hour. Now, it's Monday morning and coming up making.
"melissa bell" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Details about the deadly shooting reputed crime boss Francisco, Kellyanne on Staten Island, Wednesday night details from WBZ's rob Dawson before the shooting. There was a crash in front of Kelly's house on hilltop terrorists. Police say Kelly stepped outside to talk with someone out front as a conversation with an individual in front of that residents and that individual at some point in time. It's only about a minute into it pulls out a firearm and shots are fired NYPD chief Dermott Shay says they believe the suspect is a man in his twenties or thirties. They're looking for a blue pickup truck. They don't know a motive yet, but they have clues mister Kelly's prior dealings. He has been arrested prior by the feds are a focal point at this point of the investigation. I'm rob Dawson for seventy seven WABC news to rockets fired from the Gaza Strip towards Tel Aviv. At least one of the rockets was intercepted by anti-missile defense system. Hearing from the mayor of Tel Aviv telling people on Israeli radio confirming what had happened, but essentially saying that people should go about their daily business would carry on. And yet be aware that this might happen again confirming that it happens. This does represent an escalation it had been several years since we'd seen this sort of rock and make it to Tel Aviv. Correspondent Melissa bell says there are no for talent in the attack Texas. Democrats data rock is on the campaign trail in Iowa after announcing a twenty twenty presidential bid outside of high school in fort Madison Iraq, saying there are economic challenges. Find work work that pays work where you can only work one job and be able to take care of your kids Bergen county is coming up at the school safety initiative acting county prosecutor Dennis Callo says the plan hopes to prevent a school shooting addressing students mental health facility security and local response to violence..
"melissa bell" Discussed on Digiday Podcast
"The metrics. We are using the language we speaking, and the terminology is all becoming the same globally, even in the in the chat countries. Join in Japan where the line Abbas most dominant but cultures. Have become even more, differentiated and trends also have become more differentiated. So it would now be even more dangerous than three or four years ago. And I don't I don't mean it negatively. Yes. Says phenomenon of neo-nationalism in some countries. But also regional cultures cultures are so much stronger. Thanks to social media people finding each other that it would really be the wrong thing. I think editors say that. Yeah. So how is the business model need change and is different each market print is still very strong in many markets, digital stronger and other markets. But how do you see what are the top business model challenges USA? We have a really intriguing challenge. And let me briefly talk about my last role in a newspaper company if you work for daily newspaper, the working sumptuous that print will disappear. And the question is how much time do you have to use that revenue to build the new world? And here it's different is is we don't see any reason. And believe me, if if I'm scared of one thing, it's complacency of media managers, but I have been looking at this with our teams for many years. We do not see a reason why there shouldn't be a vote magazine in twenty years from now, it's aditorial concept of will have changed dramatically by that its frequency my change. It certainly will be more expensive copy price than it is now, but people are not walking away from print their walking away from editor concepts that have lost their function next to other new digital services while vocal being highly visual is not in that situation. So what that means is that you need managers and executives and strategists analysts editors who love print who think about print who want to reinvent print while at the same time these executives also need to think about what it means to build new businesses around these brands. And we're now at the point where where we even challenging the notion that, you know, you still here they're saying the magazine is the anchor of the brand magazine, it's the manifestation of the brand we no longer think that the magazine is hugely important is a hugely important voice. But if the magazine was the purest and cleanest manifestation of brand, the majority of our people that interact with that will never touch magazine. I go to conferences colleges are the things I wanna take a quick break here since you are obviously podcast listener, you might wanna come check out a live podcast recording. We are doing at the vox media headquarters in New York City on February seventh I'll be interviewing Melissa bell, the publisher vox media and the founder of ocsta- com..
"melissa bell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Group station. Brexit gillibrand. Commits I'm Elliot Francis. No confidence photo set for today after lawmakers soundly rejected British Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit deal. Correspondent Melissa bell. Reports say the message fairly unanimously coming from European leaders this morning in the wake of that face of Westminster last night from the heads of the European institutions as well is essentially not that it is up to us now to decide whether or not to reopen negotiations, but that the pool is very much in the course of the British the message coming from Europe this morning is look we've now learned what the British parliament is against tell us figure out. First of all what it is four. And then come back and talk to us about what the way forward is Republicans who supported our congressman Steve king for years now appear to have turned their backs on him Tuesday. The house approved democratic measure disapproving of king's comments about white supremacy measure was approved four hundred twenty four to one of the first primaries. On the twenty two thousand words for president ROY within a year away. But the democratic field is starting to get crowded. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum has the latest venture interest in gillibrand returned to the set of CBS's late show just a few weeks after appearing on the show with Stephen Colbert. While there's been a lot of speculation as to why you're here tonight. And I just wanted to point out to everybody. What could she possibly have to talk about? She was hearing November the late-night host then asked her if she had an announcement to make I'm filing an exploratory committee for president United States. Gillibrand listed number of reasons why she wants to run I believe that healthcare should be a right and not a privilege several more announcements from Democrats are expected in the coming weeks. In a recent Quinnipiac survey New York's junior Senator pulled far down on a list of potential presidential candidates. Steve Kastenbaum, new IRS. Just recalled forty six thousand workers to handle the anticipated month of tax returns under the order the record come back from furlough bit because of the government shutdown. They won't get paid. I'm Elliot Francis. A new poll says more Americans approve of President Trump than they do the big media..
"melissa bell" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Stephanie Miller show every weekday eight to eleven AM because facts matter. Brian commence? I'm Elliot Francis. I no confidence vote is set for today after makers soundly rejected British Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit deal. Correspondent Melissa bell. Reports say the message fairly unanimously coming from European leaders this morning in the wake of that facial Westminister last night from the heads of the European institutions as well is essentially not that it is up to us now to decide whether or not to reopen negotiations, but that the pool is very much in the course of the British the message coming from Europe this morning is look we've now learned what the British parliament is against tell us figure out. First of all what it is four. And then come back and talk to us about what the way forward. Republicans who supported Iowa congressman Steve king for years now appear to have turned their backs on him Tuesday. The house approved democratic measure disapproving of king's comments about white supremacy measure was approved four hundred twenty four to one the first prime. Primaries and they twenty twenty race for president or more than a year away. But the democratic field is starting to get crowded. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum has the latest enter interest in gillibrand returned to the set of CBS's late show. Just a few weeks after appearing on the show with Stephen Colbert. Well, there's been a lot of speculation as to why you're here tonight. And I just wanted to point out to everybody. What could she possibly have to talk about? She was here in November the late night host then asked her if she had an announcement to make filing an exploratory committee.
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"The president I'm Christopher cruise. Sixty five million Americans are dealing with winter storm warnings advisories or watches today. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar says some folks are going to be giving their shovels, quite the workout over a foot of snow. Oh has already been reported for states like Colorado as well as Missouri, even Columbia. They actually set a record yesterday and Saint Louis could end up cracking the top five by the time the system, seven dot Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia. We'll see snow by later today through tomorrow, but snow totals will be lower. A New York Times report published online yesterday says the FBI launched an investigation into President Trump just after he fired director James Comey. The paper said the investigation was based on the president bragging about the firing to Russians in the Oval Office. And an interview with NBC news where he said the Russia investigation was the reason correspondent Bob Costatini says the investigation was begun to determine if the president was wittingly or unwittingly helping Russia's President Trump tweeting this morning. Wow. Just learned in the failing New York Times that the corrupt. Former leaders of the FBI almost all fired or forced to leave the agency for some very bad reasons opened up an investigation on me for no reason and with no proof after I fired lion. James komi? A total. Sleaze the tweet would suggest the president believes the report a second tweet goes after Komi for his handling of the Hillary Clinton investigation day twenty two partial government shutdown now the longest ever to firefighters have been killed in a huge explosion believed to have been caused by a gas leak at a bakery in Paris this morning. Correspondent Melissa bell is on the air fighters were pulled out to the scene because someone had smelled gas. And it was while they were here said that huge explosion took place setting off a fire in that.
Larry Nassar, Kristen Holmes And United Kingdom discussed on Mitch Albom
"Party who are concerned that the backstop might remain in place indefinitely and therefore lead to questions over the unity of United Kingdom itself. Or as she suggested the comments today will she manage to go back to NP's giving them more power over that question of the of the backstop and their ability to bring it to an end if a wider trade deal between the UK and the EU is not found Melissa bell. London. Officials in Washington state investigating a series of tax on Jehovah. Witnesses houses of worship correspondent Kristen Holmes reports that the latest happened on Friday, the fifth attack in the past year on the religious group in the. Date in March. Two kingdom halls were set on fire then in may shots fired into a separate kingdom hall causing more than ten thousand dollars in damage, and then in July, another arson completely destroying a house of worship so far. There have been no arrests in Washington. I'm Kristen Holmes reporting. Another new scathing report says high ranking officials at both the United States Olympic committees and United States gymnastics failed to protect athletes from Larry Nassar's sex abuse. The report follows the investigation which was commissioned by the USOC earlier this year, it found a lot of institutions and individuals enabled Nassar's abuse they failed to stop him. It included coaches at the club elite level, trainers and medical professionals administrators and coaches at Michigan State University as well as officials at USA G and USOC a twenty five year old man from Oxford has been charged with child abuse after his six week old daughter was found with difficulty breathe. Leading the child's at children's hospital today listed in critical condition. Police say Christopher Williams called police to a home on chin cap in rural Rhode early Sunday morning where the little girl was found in distress. Police say Williams later admitted to shaking the child he was charged with one count of first degree child abuse. And that is a felony that carries life in prison. WJR news time six oh. Five borgwarner sets the patient powertrain innovation since two thousand five borgwarner has become one of the most decorated companies in the history of the prestigious automotive news pace awards. What's next hour? Mechanical know-how and proficiency and rotating electric Motors will accelerate new technology development for electric and hybrid vehicles. Borg-warner's unique systems expertise is driving future trends with faster market solutions for a cleaner more energy efficient world borgwarner feel good
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"In church in the country's second biggest city this morning we're a mother and her two children like say to other churches were attacked by a father and his three sons at least thirteen people were killed dozens wounded french police say a twenty nine year old man from chechnya stabbed and killed a person in central paris last night correspondent melissa bell in the french capital says it appears this was a lone wolf attacks he's seen a lot of the course of the last few months of these load assailants carrying out attacks with whatever weapons they happen to have to hand in this appears to have been another one of those shot and killed the attacker last night officials say a friend of the man has been detained in strasbourg and is being questioned as are the man's parents an american delegation led by ivanka trump has arrived in israel in preparation for the opening tomorrow the american embassy in jerusalem that's where we find our correspondent oren lieberman who says police are preparing for numerous protests israeli military the idea as boosted its forces both around gaza two brigades there as well l as one full brigade in the west bank protests demonstrations are expected not just here but all throughout the middle east and perhaps some other countries as well now curious tweet this morning from president trump among the mother's day messages he writes president xi of china and i are working together to give massive chinese phone company z t e away to get back into business fast too many jobs in china lost commerce department has been instructed to get it done the chili's restaurant chain says credit card data was breached at a number of its locations but it didn't say which ones are how many people were affected the breach happened sometime between march and april hackers used melwert to get.
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"Station i'm ed hartley british foreign secretary boris johnson says the uk has evidence that russia has been creating and stockpiling nerve agents for the past ten years including the one used to attack a former spy in south bury it was two weeks ago that sergei nubia scruple were found unconscious in salisbury since we've seen claims and counterclaims london and moscow engaged in a war of words and rhetoric that has seemed to get more intense with every day that has passed once again boris johnson spoke out having claimed on friday not only once again that the russians were to blame for the poisoning but that it had been ordered by vladimir putin himself correspondent melissa bell reporting from london we're past the pig of this flu season but you may still want to get the flu vaccine doctor chad smeltzer with the state health department says there are multiple strains of the onus every year usually a comes first influence a followed by influence be so sometimes people can get that influence be illness now that strain is in the vaccine so we're still recommending that people get vaccinated dodger smeltzer says through activity will continue but it drops below the department's baseline in may well there's no doubt who the front runner is for the democratic gubernatorial nomination in new mexico congresswoman michelle luhan grisham garnered two thirds of the delegate votes at the recent pre primary convention political blogger joe monahan says that puts her in the driver's seat piercings on the way to the nomination if she can simply not make any big mistakes however she makes a big mistake will be saying something different a couple of months from now the republicans hold their pre primary convention this coming weekend and says no surprises are expected jane so many of the raises are uncontested starting next january it's going to cost more to make purchases and sandoval county the county commission is okay to one eighth of a percent increase in the grocery seats tax to pay for improvements at the jail the renovations are expected to cost more than five million dollars and go for things like new cell doors and new security perimeter fence and an enhanced surveillance system a weekend fundraiser in northern california sought to refuel the oldest secession effort in the state carving off twentyone rural northern california counties into the.