17 Burst results for "Michaels Gilman"
"michaels gilman" Discussed on Fame is a Bitch
"I told a nice personal story about Regis on the Patriot on show a few days ago. Great, but just a great guy. And years back I dated a girl named Lucy was from the Cape Verdean. Islands. Beautiful part of the world No one had skin like lucy literally like a cup of Monkey Chino. Her skin was perfect. Just a beautiful girl and before she dated me she dated Michael. Gilman. The executive producer of the Regis Philbin a morning show which is weird. We're nothing rights. You know you're the skinny Jew from New York and. It just didn't make sense but I tell you so Gallon, of course, was the daily punching big for Regis Philbin and the executive producer. But what a great feeling you guys like gallon to have one boss essentially one boss for a very long time twenty eight years with Regis Philbin. Twenty eight years to learn the ropes from such an icon. I think about people lucky enough to have that happened to them in their lives On how many of my friends got their starts working for Joan rivers? Say I have a lot of my friends who were hurt assistance and associate producers. Excuse me. Needs a water and they all moved onto big positions and television. I think a Gary de la Bajada who worked for Howard stern forever and still does New York City New York City I. It's ruthless the business world everywhere. But particularly in New York City whenever you work for a powerful man or woman and they've got huge ratings. Other people, other companies will come for you. And as much as these folks are beloved, there's always somebody who wants to unseat them. Now. I remember already Lang. Howard stern sidekick. Obviously once told me when Howard was cleaning up the ratings and I think his contract was coming do and they weren't quite sure what he wanted to do, and it always gets that way that time of year it's happening again now is contractors do the the twenty twenty people thinking that you're going to go spotify Joe Rogan stay in serious will he just retiring walk off? I think he'll do one more shot, one more contract and then he's done. I. Think my money my.
"michaels gilman" Discussed on X96
"I think we mentioned this very briefly yesterday, but Herman Cain, the former Presidential candidate and former CEO of Godfather's Pizza has died from Corona virus, according to an obituary sent from his verified Twitter account, and Newsmax, where he was launching a new TV show. Kane, 74 years old. He was hospitalized earlier this month and his Twitter account said that this week he was being treated with oxygen in his lungs. It's unknown where cane contracted the virus. As although he was at the Oklahoma The Oklahoma Rally for Donald Trump in June that pee that rally saw at least eight Trump advanced team. Staffers in attendance test positive for Corona virus. Trump campaign spokesman Tim Mirta told CNN at the time that Kane did not meet with Trump at the Tulsa Rally. Cain announced his Republican candidates for president in 2011. He briefly gained attraction in the race with this 999 Tax reform plan. Oh, and always referring to the Cain train. You've got to get on the king of rain tree, which would have replayed that now that 999 tax plan would have replaced almost all current taxes with 9% Income tax, 9% corporate tax. 9% national sales tax. After about seven months, he dropped his bid for the GOP nomination amid sexual harassment allegations, which he continued to deny. Herman Cain. Lori Laughlin. Has and her husband muscle I have sold their home in Bel Air California to the co founder of Tinder. The celebrity couple, who pleaded guilty earlier this year to college admission scandals hold sold the house too. Tender cofounder Justine Mateen for $18.75 million. The property was listed for 28.7 million originally. The house is Bergen. Yeah. Listen, your your face in jail and you need some quick cash. The house has six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, Laughlin and G en ou g, you know? Purchased the home for 14 million of five years ago, suggesting they'll likely take a net losses. They spent a small fortune hyun renovating the property during their stay there. Um The Former producer of The Regis and Kathie Lee show Goldman. Has paid tribute tribute to his Um, his his friend Regis Philbin. Legendary TV personality who died July 24. Mr Gilman. Was often addressed. Michael Gilman is his name. He was behind the cameras of the producer of the show, and Regis would often look out in peer kind of You know, money off that gentleman. Why did this happen? Why did that happen? He would just, you know, um He would be right him Sometimes. Sometimes. I mean, he was nice to him. Sometimes he had running conversations with Gilman. Um He and and it was ah, relationship that was just well. Regis used to say that he had a great relationship. It was like a father son relationship, he said. Gillman says. I couldn't agree more even my early twenties. When I first started working with him. He was the mischievous pot stir and I was the one trying to keep him out of trouble. And he said, I really well. I was always trying to keep him from not saying something that he shouldn't be saying. But he said, I realized early on it was funny. It was only if only other great men had somebody behind them trying to get them to stop saying things when they shouldn't Yeah. Aunt Katie, you know John Carpenter's Halloween and two Sequels would be returning to drive in theaters. Mike Myers in Halloween. Kills won't be coming this October. No, but he will be back and drive in theaters. And that's a debt would be kind of fun. I think I might. I guess I'll go for a drive in. Yeah, I think maybe they'll do a triple bill. That would be kind of fun. Maybe we should all go. I mean in our respective cars. Go sow. My son went to the drive in AA couple of nights ago. What? Forget that What the two horror movies they were showing. Are the redwood What? Their show. I am so off about this movie E forget what they were. There's your weekend, so never, he's not been. He's not been to the drive in really since he was a little kid, and he was very worried. Because he gets worried about things. Hey said I need I need ah, a battery powered radio and we really don't have one anymore. Because they don't have the old. So it dries. Yeah, they don't have the old speakers. You pull in through the window and you have a radio in your car while he was he. He was worried that if you if you put it on the auxiliary for two movies and listened to the radio for two movies, the battery would That's why you restart your car every so often or you have a battery pack like idea that Khun Jumpstart a semi truck. Well tonight I told him So I found a radio that had a battery. And I said, but you know you could. You could probably get through one movie and then start the car and run it for five minutes and you get through the other movie. But even if you didn't You have trip away, so it would be kind of an adventure, and he said, I have a date. I don't want it. Adventure. Also at right, how a date. My car did die at a movie once at Redwood, and they have workers that come around. We'll jump. Start your car. They expect this to happen. Also here now, if I'd known that, Yeah, I also think it was the Goonies and Kremlin said it was that's what it was Goodies and Grandma. Let's see. Ah, boy. People are just awful thing. A poacher who confessed to killing a rare silverback gorilla in Uganda in June. Has been sentenced to 11 years in prison. We could just leave him in there for his life. As far as I'm concerned on charges of illegally entering a protected area and killing Rafiki, the silverback gorilla, he was the leader of a group of more than a dozen guerrillas. Known as the new HQ, Ringo Troop, which had been popular with visitors to the area. People like to come and sit and get us quote kind of as close to them as they can and just watch them. The guerrillas, and but there's some of this guy. Shot him. Rafiki was believed to be about 25 years old when he went missing on June 1st. There's a picture with the story of O. There is a baby gorilla carry. You should look this up. Ah baby Gorilla New baby Gorilla has been born at Hogle Zoo. No, really, just a tiny little thing. There's a picture of him in the paper today, and the mom is holding the baby gorilla and they hold them like Humans hold their babies. They're like people, You know, they're like they cradle them. And, you know, I was looking at a book the other day that has a close up of this wasn't a gorilla, but it was in Iran attack. And it had a close up of this Ranga Tang's face an older male And he was just kind of looking into the distance. And there's there's a lot going on there in that face sure is a lot off that that that is a sentient thinking creature who's considering the universe about him. And if you if you go to the zoo, and you look in the face of the gorillas, which I find heartbreaking I can't do it because they're in captivity. But if you just look into their eyes Those those are pretty close to a cz. Muchas humanizes. You'll see. It's just amazing. It's amazing to me. But we put him in a zoo or or we have poachers who killed him. And Matthew McConaughey says he's gonna turn his journals into way. Into a book that he's going to publish. It's going to be called, all right. You made that up. I did. It's been, key said. I've been keeping journals since I was since the first time I learned to ride Not could make our little baby Matthew McConaughey is just a little kid. Start writing and I write my journal every day, so release all my journals. Kind of edit them down or be called. Alright, Chapter one might teach your sucks. All right, let's AH sports weather traffic. Go ahead. Yeah, we had a basketball last night official riel accounts and everything in the Jazz one..
"michaels gilman" Discussed on Nightline
"He was called. One of the hardest working people in show business reaches film and have the chops to prove it. His undeniable charm commitment to his craft, earning him millions of devoted fans. Here's ABC's Chris Connelly, but the massive mark television legend left behind. Man gave me to start reading I'm here right now sitting in front of everyone. From members of the extended TV family brought into being by Regis Philbin, there was sadness, loss and sweet remembrance at the passing of alleged. Kathy Lee Gifford recalling her last time together with her longtime on air partner. That will forever be. Precious gift the Lord gave me I got to laugh at game with s friends on white lifetime. Kelly ripa testifying to redesign his indomitable. As, people get older. You. You always know that some certain things are inevitable and passing away as one of those things, regis is one of the people that we all believed I. Think would somehow figure out a way around the inevitable at the inevitable. and. It was not in the cards and producer in colleague Michael Gilman. He was one of a kind, so you're not going to see another regis. Live with Regis and Kathie Lee. Two decades, he could put millions at their morning e. As the parallel master of host, Chen, opening the show by serving up spontaneous entertaining tales of what happened last night. What a day I had yesterday. I just. Did a commercial. You are so hot I am the hottest. There's nobody bigger I had to fly to Detroit to do this commercial. Flu. Punctuated those pure regis bursts of comic exasperation. Consummate on air personality, a host, thoroughly professional and effortlessly himself. Regis Philbin could do it all on TV. The MAKA rain. Milking County. Dodging pies and pedicured to close. I also made an appointment. Does he my dentist? He would basically talked about. And made it the most interesting thing in the world. How many people here starting in the mid eighties, before a New, York City studio audience, his born in the Bronx I'm only one man persona has an ideal match for the eternal sunshine. Of Kathy, Lee Gifford. Who could mind comic gold just by winding up reach? In the morning show sparks made them stars when in two thousand, one live with Regis and Kathie Lee became live with Regis and Kelly clicked with Kelly Ripa to -rageous, really had this ability to make anyone who is sitting beside him a star. He do this with guest, but where we really start was his Co. anchors for the whole concept of the show was kind of a faux husband and wife, almost where it was like these two people who had their morning coffee, and all these celebrity friends came over, and so that chemistry really is what made it? Another pillar of appeal is affection for the audience. He would shake the hands of every audience member, and that became you know part of built the audience, really person by person. He became so relatable to the audience at home will really felt like they were just talking to France. So that is something that we seem now today in daytime television, all of these folks talking about their own personal lives in a very relatable way. It was back in two thousand four when Regis set a Guinness World Record for most time on camera, then fifteen, thousand, one hundred eighty eight hours. Remembered most for. Seventeen thousand dollars in front of television cameras. Is that enough for you? Welcome to who wants to be in the. Nine hundred ninety nine is becoming a star on Primetime TV as well. He helmed the top rated game show. Who wants to be a millionaire? Famous for those millionaire catchphrase. Says! It's his final answer. It was billy millionaire back. To become this icon MS television superstar, he would walk around and just keep scraping. Yeah I can't believe I. Save in our with their head, and always been that much to about in a career that began after Philbin graduated from Notre Dame and served in the navy. You really his way to the top the started as a page at the tonight show in the fifties, and then he moved to the West Coast. Sixties music side announcing on ABC's short-lived late night, Talker Joey bishop shows. I haven't button so many buttons since I was a kid gaining some notoriety after appearing to walk off the show set in tears, but he never stopped working. That he got to your in started live with Kathy Lee Girardi had a couple of decades of television experience where he was hosting his own show earlier, this year would return to a millionaire set to give his blessing to new primetime host Jimmy Kimmel surviving the show. It will never be what it was with your regis, but thank you for giving me the opportunity and your blessing to host this show I will do my best to carry on your tradition after filaments, passing kimmel affectionately tweeting Regis, I hope our friend rickles met you with the pearly gates with open arms. He had come of age in a world of old school celebrities. But? Even after they'd left the scene The star of Regis. PHILBIN would burn brightly. He was like the last of the show Biz. Generation to really hit big like his generation was Sinatra Carson and he blossomed late in life when he started the show man, thank, he was like fifty two years old, and he'd had a lot of ups and downs, and that shaped his person I think in a great way..
"michaels gilman" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Yes, Michael Gilman said he would need a demo tape of your work. He had no idea who you were no idea. No, even though I, did the show for six years. No idea yeah, that's pretty much. Show ten years it was fun. It was a lot of work you at least live in New York I had to fly out all unbelievable. It was a lot. You know speaking of great guys in show business. You are one of them. You are real when I die. Will you say something Nice? Please forming no now. When you can be embarrassed. I reaches knows I loved him. He was very private. Never you know never had a meal with them or anything like that was a very private guy, but I never wanted encroach on that I just felt privileged to get to do that. Show with him and Kelly. RIPA she was great. Thank you Dickie Dee. GIVES WITH DOT. Biz All right, have a great one. All right take care port the tech. I have a great week. For the Tech Guy Show for today. Thank you so much for being here and don't forget twit twit. It stands for this week. In Tech, and you find it at twitter dot TV including the podcast for this show we talk about windows, windows weekly, Macintosh Amac. Drake, weekly ipads, iphones. Apple Watches on IOS today. Security as if you're now I mean I can go on and on and on, and of course, the big show every Sunday afternoon this week in Tech. You'll find it all at twit DOT TV and I'll be back next week with another great tech guy show. Thanks for joining me next.
"michaels gilman" Discussed on PetaPixel Photography Podcast
"Opposite direction is Sony as continued to kill it in mirror less and as if that wasn't bad enough news for those to care makers formerly known as the big to and that's weird to say but now it's true. So and he has now claimed the number one spot in. Full frame sales edging out cannon by two percentage points and Nikon. By a full fourteen percent, which if you carry the five and divide by the total number of members of your favorite k pop group that means cannon now has a twelve percents lead overnight on a couple of weeks ago Nikon revised downward. It's estimated revenue from its imaging division giving everyone warning that they would actually be posting a loss rather than the prophet that they previously forecast and according to most analysts who cover this sector something. I've been saying for half decade now they waited way too long to get into the full frame, murless game same Canon. Of course, both of them slacked big time from survivability standpoint though cannon as a company, they're much larger and way more diversified. So they can take the hit as they try to figure things out. Nikon. However, they're gonNA have to make some pretty darn tough decisions by restructuring with the goal of quote, generating enough profits to justify imaging products existence as a business unit and quote translation if Nikon can't turn the ship around and actually make a profit, Nikon's camera business might just go poof gone. There are business remember you either make a profit or you go out of business they're not gonNA stick around just because I. Know how things work and honestly who's going to step up and by Nikon's imaging division to get cameras that don't sell as well as Sony's or canons that just isn't going to happen. So now Sony is officially number two. They're dangerously close to being number one and the previous big to care makers have to play, catch up and play for all the darn marbles. Now, it shouldn't come as a surprise that these companies are going to be putting more resources into its meritless offerings not DSR's since that is Soley what's causing Sony steady rise as plain as day people want murless data DSR anymore the numbers bear that out. Next Last episode or photo assignments sponsored by the good peeps over at Fuji Film Wasn't number twelve share, your reflection, and my favorite is from photographer Michael Gilman entitled Reflections, and it was pretty darn easy to find to 'cause..
"michaels gilman" Discussed on WTVN
"Basically a really serious form of pneumonia. The hospital points out, it's too early to determine the final cause of death. Nancy BC sixes, Mike McCarthy, the hospitals now working with the CBC to find the source and disinfect the entire water supply. The president first lady Melania Trump visiting historic winced Mr. abbey in London. They placed a wreath at the tomb of the unknown warrior earlier today, Queen Elizabeth gave the Trump's tour parts of Buckingham Palace news, photographers captured the viewing the queen's vast Royal collection of gifts and historical memorabilia, president first lady also had a private lunch with the Queen with many kids out of school for the summer doctors, putting out the warning. Now's when teens and young adults can be vulnerable to suicide, Dr Michael Gilman's ER physician at Cincinnati children's hospital. He tells six ten WTVN Westside Jeff, it's a problem among that demographic recognize it suicide leading cause of death. Among people tend to thirty four years of age. Unintentional injuries and more. Teenagers young adults diving suicide from cancer or aids, stroke, the Monja flew all combined. He adds the most deadly form. Suicide is firearm in promoting the store, it's safe campaign to keep firearms away from teens and children at home. Apple today, expected to unveil plans to phase out I tunes and favor of separate apps for music, and TV. These hills expected to be announced at its worldwide developer conference in California. It appears apple is ready to pull the plug on itunes. The app used for nearly two decades for music, TV podcasts has become too big and clunky. According to tech experts, the services are set to be broken up into several new apps. Details of the plans to be unveiled at Apple's annual developers conference today, the company has already shuttered its, I tunes, Facebook and Instagram pages migrating them to apple TV pages. The I tunes library in downloads, moving over to new apps. No word yet on whether customers will pay more for those subscriptions. Michelle Franzen Abe. ABC news. WTVN sports. We'll just because the memorial is over doesn't mean there's not Gulf in central Ohio, one hundred and twenty players playing eighteen holes at sei iota and Brookside to try to get into the US open in sectional qualifying. And there are some big names out there. Jason Duffner former memorial champ, Kevin street finished fourth of the Morial, Steve Stricker, Ryan armor, to some of the names that are playing in the qualifiers today. Meanwhile, on the sports schedule NHL finals continue as it'll be Saint Louis hosting Boston. The Bruins lead the series, two games to one baseball reds and Indians. Both off clippers on diamond dog night host Toledo, Matt McCoy NewsRadio six.
"michaels gilman" Discussed on WTVN
"Radio six ten WTVN. It's sunday. It's Memorial Day. It's memorial tournament weekend Sunday and as I was walking in the studio today. I, I heard noise sound like a crowd clapping and it sounded like it was coming out of Dublin. And that's because Tiger Woods is on the prowl. He's five under par right now on the day today. Tiger Woods making a big move up at the memorial safe you anywhere near Dublin, and you hear a lot of noise, Tiger Woods is on the prow in Dublin so be aware of that tiger on the prow he's making a move at the memorial. So check it out Dublin memorial the memorial golf tournament doubling, we're talking about a lot of things today, one of the things we're talk about other get-go is, you know, my story, by the way, I'm born and raised over in the west side of Columbus up on the hilltop and my story is pretty simple. I just commonsense opinion on current events, west high school boy, now I live in the western edge of upper Arlington. That's why I go by Westside Jeff. Eight to one ninety eighty sixes a phone number on social media at at Westside. Jeff now over last. I'm a dad. I have two daughters. Oldest one Danielle just graduated from college university of Cumberland's down. In Kentucky, my youngest one also goes there and that Sydney, she's nineteen at one of the things that sticks out to me, as I as I get to know, a lot of college kids and add to that I've seen stories in the paper recently and the headline in the paper that I've seen over the last couple of weeks. The headline early got me was students step up to prevent peer suicides. I read the story and go on here read the story, and it says talks about suicides on the increase, especially in the younger generation also the next day or two days later, I see a story suicide swelled after the show after a show on Netflix called thirteen study finds and I continued to see stories on a daily basis about suicide. Well, I that is a topic as a parent, that just is something that I don't get. I don't understand of never been there. I've never I've never been suicidal. I it's one of those things that when you talk to parents, they just don't talk about it the S word they just don't talk about it. So we have gar. So I see a letter to the editor in the Columbus dispatch from Michael Gettleman. He's a medical doctor is a ER physician at children's hospital in Cincinnati that talked about suicide. He is also the president of the Ohio chapter of the American Academy. Pediatrics? I liked this story like this article I reached out to him and asked him the more about it, and was intrigued enough that I said, would you into radio with me, and he said, sure, so joining me is, is Michael Gilman. He's again, he's your physician down. Cincinnati wanna talk about this. Dr Mike out of the get go, what made you write that article that story to the letter to the editor about suicides trove you too, right? That. Hi, thank you, one for inviting me on the show and two were discussing the issue. I think it's really important. It's been a lot of attention about the increase in two suicide nationally and locally of the past several years. They were two articles that were published dispatch discussing increasing suicide rate and really the purpose of my letter to editor to reemphasize, but problem to patients urge we're gonna Dacians individuals to get involved, and really introduced our own AP's toward safe program, which hopefully will be scuttled around and show. Sure, will Dr Michael Gettleman. He's a ER physician at children's hospital in Cincinnati. But he is representing he's the president of the Ohio chapter of the American Academy of pediatrics Mike. We hear a lot, you hear a lot about teen suicide. It's a significant problem today, and it's on the increase, and it's on the increase across the country. It's on the increase across the state and right here in our community. You're ER physician. You're one of the first doctors deceased suicidal patients that are brought in to the hospital. What are you seeing in the emergency department in your hospital? What are you saying, what are your physician seeing across the state when it comes to that? Most people don't recognize it suicide leading cause of death. Among people tend to thirty years of age, going binded, unintentional injuries, and more. Tune injured young adults diving suicide than from cancer, heart aids, stroke, pneumonia, flew, all combined to significant problem. And I'll just give you just a pure numbers just to kind of let you understand the increase between two thousand and two thousand sixteen teen suicide rate, increase thirty percent. And in two thousand fifteen alone clues to six thousand children committed suicide and numbers are three times more voice than for females, for completions attempts or tweets and tie, among females and this problem, it's also here in Ohio, just no high alone from two thousand seven to two thousand seventeen we've had thirty six percent in of completed suicides. Humble, leave -able Mike, get Gettleman when he is representing the AP here in the state of Ohio is the president of ADP, Dr Mike girl, so ER physician at children's hospital in Cincinnati. Listen. I got daughters twenty two and nineteen. And, and so one, obviously, a teen and the other is Lord of the nap, but apparent that the gone through the tweens and teens by very nature kids, just seem very bipolar. One moment, one moment. They're happy and the next they're mad at the world. How does apparent recognize potentially suicidal child? When does it become a problem in what is normal range from for me motions any advice on that? I think that anyone that to have to keep these numbers in my that one in five two majors have suicidal thoughts each day and twenty five percent feel depressed at any given time. The bottom line is that adolescent, brain is just -veloping the risks that they take and the mistakes they make or they're impulsive and it can be proved to be fatal in some circumstances. So keeping that in mind, teenagers are miss similar to how you cop in the house, and they get into everything, and you have to be concerned about changes are not much different. Did you say one in five teenagers today has suicidal thoughts every day? Yes. That's amazing that stunning apparent that's troubling as a parent that's troubling for the for the parent listening to us, Mike. What do what advice do you have other medical tests, or any way to diagnose that, that as a parent that I can actually get some help from a pediatrician to be able to identify something? Unfortunately, there aren't any better tests that could be done. However, they have some civic rich factors. It's really important to just. Risk factors and make sure that, you know, your teenager, so there are fish factor. So if there's two side, injury within your family, there's a history adoption as males are more likely to complete to than females. There's a history of abuse Amlie, but there's also the personal risk factors, if there's a history of depression child at weak disturbance from the child had guide, your panic debt that they've had previous pets. All of those are specific risk factors and Mike, you are, certainly the president of the chapter American Academy of pediatrics represent pediatricians across the state for somebody listening right now. Who just heard you say those some of the warning signs, they should be talking that our pediatrician about those right? Yeah. I mean when you have issues were problems, you know, seeking advice, always the most important things. And, you know, if I was gonna tell you, as a parent, and just get you to win on to your child. And although that sounds really obvious. It's not always that eighteen can be really quiet. They may not want to talk to adults spend time every day with them really helped some people like that family dinners, some people like to just have cut spaces before they go to bed truly important conversing gets into your child every day. And they knowing the risk factors really important. There were some scream that pediatricians can do they can screen for depression by things like that. Nine and, you know, you can even do use some of those questions with your teenager. But if you have insurance, you're right. Definitely seek medical attention. Your pediatrician is a great resource. A lot of people wanna hear what the pediatrician s today into their reliable and they also know how to connect you to other other providers that could be helpful for Mike. You mentioned P H, Q nine tell me more about what that is. What does it stand for what is it? And how do I how do I execute that? You get you get these things online is basically just a depression screen for children. And so what we're recommending end talk more about our program later. All we're recommending because kids are so impulsive and because the rate is so high. We're working with our metric group at our pediatrician, we're recommending, every time teenager comes in that we want them to be screened for depression, so that we can start to pick some of these kids out and get them that they need talking to Michael Gettleman. He's the president of the Ohio chapter American Academy of pediatrics here in the state of Ohio. Mike are one of the most common triggers for shoe, Seidel patients. And, and what are you seeing today that are triggers? You know, I wish that we could say, you know, like with the infection you day. It's because of this factory verbs imple-, and so there isn't really one specific trigger. But there are some common triggers to, to a suicide -ality one is bullying and like balloon between peers could be bullying that repeat over time it could even be through popularity internet usage is problem system shown that more than five hours of games internet usage today is role. So David higher levels of depression, and suicide alley as well as you. There you know change getting the scene with others doing everyone looks great times. I used to leave it alone. Also team. You'll see them talking to each other than when they're gathered on the phone, which leads to work, 'isolation increasing stress can be a trigger and then also recent attempts in the community as you mentioned, that was just done that you thirteen percent increase in trying, or attempting suicide just three months after that show, thirteen reasons why so any all of those can be triggers and you recognize any triggers is really important to talk to your child about depression and get them research aid talking to Michael Gettleman. He is a ER physician himself in children's hospital down in Cincinnati. He's also the president of the chapter of the American Academy. Pediatrics might take a break stick around and get into the some of the things that we can do. And what you recommend make our our kids safe. I'm gonna put you on hold for second. And have you stick around for a few minutes if you don't mind and we'll come back out of this, and we'll talk a little bit about what, what can you do? Apparent? What do we do? We talked about the warning signs. What kind of resources available? What advice this is a guy to doctor and in, in the ER of, of a major hospital. I wanna get into what advice does he have for me for you as parents. You got kids that, you know, summertime is vulnerable time kids have more time. It's a transitional time. It's not a good time sometimes getting into that next.
"michaels gilman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Dr with Alan Taylor. Well, it is an exciting week for me coming up next week and being on television for my twentieth year with ABC with nationally syndicated show, live with Kelly and Ryan as I've learned. It's on all different types of networks. It's produced by ABC, but you'll have to check your, your local listings for where to be playing in your area, BJ Kaleen is in Las Vegas actually Henderson Henderson. But its last Las Vegas, Vegas, baby xactly, so VJ is on the show, regular you guys probably know or if you haven't heard of her she is one of the best automotive journalists in the industry. She worked for Motor Trend and many other car and motorcycle magazines over the years. She's the one that makes sure that all the commas are in the right place. And the words don't mean wrong things and what do they call that a copy editor what were you, what did you? I was assistant managing editor than I was rotated. Well, I noticed whenever I post, something on Facebook. She's doing a copy editor for Macy's like alad. You know, that there's two different kinds of he'll one is what you are in the other ones on your foot. Somebody's keep on. I remember that. Anyway. So Michael Gilman, said to say thank you. And he sends me then the list of all the cars that are going to be on next week. So I quickly sent him over to BJ. Let's pun ticket about some of these cars, we don't know a lot about these because some of them, many of them are world debuts in and Michael talked about one in particular, which was the Ford Mustang EKO boost. The one thing I know about this vehicle. It is a world debut shown on Monday. So you folks that are listening right now, Monday, set, your DVR. This thing is evidently horsepower monster, and it is gonna freak everybody out, because yes, it's a four cylinder echo boost. And I'm amazed what Ford has done, and with all the manufacturers have done with these four cylinder engines with turbochargers, and supercharging, and sometimes involves case turbo charging super charging, you know what I mean. Exactly what you mean. And, you know, Ford actually was one of the first out of the gate with a four cylinder turbo charged engine. And, you know, turbos for longtime had really bad reputations because, you know, if you didn't let them, cool down, you know, they cook up and CCN, and it'd be horrible. I remember sitting in Auburn never forget the Mazda to turbo a longtime ago in the early eighties. And yet, a sit there for five minutes and let the cool down before you could shut it down 'cause you damage the engine. So I think people have trouble talking in using turbos. And then here comes forward with this whole new design with the engines, and really have changed the industry around, because now everybody's doing four cylinder turbocharged engines, and, you know, I've got one actually today. I'll be reviewing later on in the show that Kia Optima turbo. So, but this Ford, Mustang, I gotta tell you something about it now, I don't know, because we don't know if it's the Mustang or there's a rumor that there's a Mustang based SUV coming out. So maybe it's that I don't know. I don't know. Either just says world debut Ford, Mustang EKO, boost, and that literally is all I get until I walk on the set at ABC studios in downtown, New York City, and they pull the cover off, and they give me all the specs and all the information. Let me tell you that easy to learn all this crap, right before you're about to go on a front of six million people, you know, and I'm the one that watches you got that, right. Jab..
"michaels gilman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"This is Dr with Alan Taylor. Well, I'm playing a little Z, top sharp-dressed, man. The reason why is because the first year I was on live at the time, it was with Regis, and Kelly was the year, two thousand I did not know how to tie a tie. So a turtleneck. So I was like I was like, oh, no. I've been to Michael Gilman joining us. He is the world record holder executive producer of live with Kelly. Ryan now. Yeah, I had to learn how to tie a tie to continue being on the show. Thank goodness you learn now you look very shopping Dafur. Oh well, thank you. Thank you. Hey, listen. Let's talk about electric cars. I mean you know, we've been doing this together now for twenty years and in that twenty years like you said, we used to show all kinds of concept cars, and crazy, looking things and today, we're showing space age technology and a lot of electric cars. What do you think her saly, Michael about electric cars? Like, of course Jaguar makes them BMW makes Mercedes makes everybody's making something that's all electric these days. He I mean, I'm looking forward to owning one, you know, I'm who has that range, worry, I know to getting longer and longer, and I also I know looking at all these new cars coming out where at first we were all having hybrids and I have a hybrid now. But now, those seems to be becoming more scarce, and now they're becoming straight electrics and, you know, we're going to be featuring TV debuts for Kia and Audi and niece. John and also a Subaru hybrid. So I'm looking forward to seeing these new electric. I think they're they're great. They're just so silent and, and so clean. All right. So we're going by categories, actually, the electric car day, looks like it's Wednesday April seventeenth. So if you guys are interested in, in any kind of electric vehicle. We'll have some television debuts. Looks like Monday is fun and fast Tuesday, sedans Wednesday, electric Thursdays, SUV's and crossovers and Friday, will be rugged yet refined. Let's talk about, again, some of these world debuts that we're going to be showing you have anything particularly jumps in the in the Dan's. We're doing new accurate, Tia elax that's going to be a world debut as well as a new Hyundai, sonata and Cadillacs. He s which is supposed to be sort of in between, you know, Cadillac that people haven't seen before that's supposed to really be sweet Cadillacs really reinventing itself. And they're doing, of course, more SUV's, and we showed one last year on the show and, and I actually happen to be watching TV this morning. I wanna like prices, right? Or something? And they were given one away, and I remember thinking, man, that's a good looking car. They've really got designs down, really good packaging of these vehicles, and, you know, Ford Motor Company made that announcement..
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"michaels gilman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"You guys I've been talking about it for weeks that will be on ABC live with Kelly, and Ryan the fifteen through the nineteen of April for the New York auto show, and special guest right now on the show, the executive producer of live. His name is Michael Gilman world record holder for the most live television shows produced amazing welcome to the show Michael, how you doing Allen? I mean so first of all, let's start right there, you really are in the Guinness Book of world records with this, aren't you? I am. It's pretty amazing. I was base apprised me with that honor. And I'm nearing eight thousand hours of TV. That's what happens when you stick around for that long. Now, you probably have a record with us, too. In terms of the most years covering the auto show. I mean we're coming on almost twenty years now. Right. This is the twentieth believe it or not is the twenty time Clive until I have one kid that wasn't even born at that time, and the rest of them have issued forth, some grandbabies for me, but I have a nineteen year old up to thirty two year old and I got the grandkids, and it's so funny to think when I started doing the show, I had black hair, and now I'm turning into this white haired, old guy, and, you know, anyway, it's funny. But thank you for having me for all these years, by the way, my pleasure. My pleasure. I always fun doing this auto show every year. Yeah. No question. Speaking of that everybody's been asking me about all the different vehicles. I know you guys put out a press release at the end of the week, and it talks about, you know, April fifteen through nineteen you guys are going to be. Showing the cars are you able to talk about some of the world debuts that we're gonna show because I keep it a secret until I get permission from you. Well, I think that I hope that I'm at liberty safe. I'm gonna tell you what we're showing, so I think they do is when we actually show it I'm allowed to say we're debut. Okay. Okay. We've got great categories. I mean cars are always fascinating to me and what I love about doing this event is not only is it big local event here in New York, we wanna help viewers kind of navigate the whole car buying process. I mean we love to scare at the concept cars, but we've kind of gotten away from it because I like to kinda show what's really out there. And, and I'm a consumer to, you know, every year, I'm always talking to you about what should I get this year? I've been and I've been driving the same car for many years now but this year, and I'm almost ready. We'll go shopping together. That's right. Definitely, so, yeah, some of the big debuts, you know, we're going to be debuting, this Ford, Mustang, a new Ford, Mustang and go boost, which is going to be very cool. And also the fiftieth anniversary the three seventies e. Yeah, get the Nitzan now I don't know if you ever did that was my first car was a Datsun, two sixties. And so I very fond memories of that particular cars, come through so many incarnations. And so I'm I can't wait to see that one, the fifty th anniversary. Right. Well, it continues to evolve, and it's an amazing car, by the way, I've owned a bunch of Z cars in my day, but I think when I was like twenty one I had to forty z and the engine blew up because we drove it to wild. And I dropped a big V eight Chevy V8. under the hood. You know, I'm a wild animal right? Also, remember those cars in the old days. You know, those old to forties and to sixty days to rest out now. They build these cars. I never see Rushton any car anymore. I know. Right. They dip them they use all kinds of different techniques, and they also give them the rest through warranties and stuff. Yes. That's the thing of the past. Hang on a second. We're talking with Michael galman world, record-holder. He's the executive producer of live with Kelly and Ryan. I'll be on the fifteenth through the nineteenth on ABC and showing cars from the New York auto show world, debuts gonna right back and talk about some electric.
"michaels gilman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We're not going to be building any cars anymore. It's going to be all vs yet. We're showing a Mustang, so they are going to the most. They're gonna come back with a new Bronco that the world is waiting to see. Okay categories world debut else in the TV's, you know. That's one of the most popular ones on our show. And I know in sales, and we've got a bunch of world, debuts ING cluding all new Toyota Highlander, that's supposed to be really beautiful Lincoln core Seir. And then also the Hyundai, I think is getting a bigger car, a bigger SUV now that's going to be the venue. Yeah, everybody's reinventing their lineup and he used to be small cars and small sedans and a few vs. And if you look at some of these, it's like all SUV's and a few cars, you know, it's kinda interest. Right. Right. Yes. You've easer bid. And then in, you know, even the rugged and refine, I mean even some of these big rugged cars now are, you know, really Julius in? So we're, we're doing world debuted as GMC Sierra Denali, fifteen hundred pickup. Right. And even though it's you know, tough is now it's supposed to be really nice inside. And I guess there's the new Jeep gladiator all going to be showing off. Yeah. Which is also kind of a cool like pickup version of a Jeep, and, you know, a ram heavy duty. So some of these, you know, rugged cars still are, are, are nice, you know, it's interesting with the Jeep gladiator. Jeep hasn't made a truck in a long, long time. And this is this is a big deal for Jeep to have a truck built out of the, the Wrangler platform. You might say it's going to be a big right? Yeah. A lot of people are waiting for that one. So a lot of world debuts again Monday, April fifteenth through Friday. April nineteenth all the different categories. I cannot wait to see you have a list of any of the big stars that are on that week because you guys obviously the car actually the yet. It's a great week. We have Mark Hamill, you know, Star Wars. I can't wait to see him. Yeah. Tell the shelling games, bro. Lynn Beth bears at Helms. So we've got a lot of good stars that week that will have fun with as well as the cars, and of course, Kelly and Ryan, you know, always having fun together every morning. Thank you very much, my friend for being on the show with us. My pleasure, good. Good to talk to you. All right. Michael Gilman world record-holder he's in the Guinness Book of world records for the most live television produced, you'll be able to see us next week on live with Kelly and.
"michaels gilman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Dry. With Alan Taylor. Well, it is now time to talk with my buddy. My Hollywood car consultant friend, the guy that matches the car with the character and all things film and television, the New York auto show coming up very soon I will be in New York all week long next week. As a matter of fact, top of the hour, we're gonna have Michael Gilman, on from live with Kelly and Ryan, and we're gonna talk about what I'll be doing all week long on live with Kelly and Ryan showing cars as I have for the last twenty years anyway, Josh Hancock is here with us I-, Josh. Good morning, Alan Taylor. Good morning, Josh. Hancocks. You know, I was going to mention that you are gonna do your thing next week, and it's been twenty years mazing that you found that gig now that long if he'd come part of the but you gave yourself all the kudos and the stars, get say anything. You know, somebody else talk about, you know, I'm perfectly capable. Now say okay, I'm finished hockey about me now. You talk about now enough about you. Don't you talk about me. Oh, dear. That we're always waiting to see what you're gonna pick in the different categories because every day you do different category. Right. Right. Right. I'm sure you picked everything by now because you have to go to the manufacturer. Well, and it's, you know it's not just me. Of course, I you know, I have a little bit of involvement in all this, but Michael Gilman, who beyond at the top of the hour. Who's the producer? I've been there. I don't even know he's probably been twenty five or thirty years, how long has been producing that show because when I started it was Regis. And Kelly, I was there the first year that Kelly got there. So everybody's like Regis, and Kathy Lee. I never met Kathy Lee. I've never met her to this day Regis afraid he's a great guy. And now when I started I had black hair now I have white hair, and Regis, you know is like, I think he still has here. But anyway, I've now looking like Regis did when he left, you know, but any terrible. When you think about this show because Regis really was the faith of the show. I mean Kelly sort of came on, and they made a great team. But regents was that guy that everybody in York freely waited to see every it's and, you know, he's in the Guinness Book of world records for most live television of any living human being. No kidding. Yeah. I mean the guy was like he was a machine and still is I, he just a wonderful human being. And you know what's funny is he used to always say to me? I don't know why. And I honestly I look back now because of course, he hasn't done the show and five or six seven years, whatever it's been, but a decade ago before Donald Trump ever became president, who's ever even thinking about it. He's to say to me have you met the Donald and I'm like, no, I never did. Oh, you gotta meet the Donald, he used to always want me to meet Donald Trump. And it was really kind of funny, and then I thought, dang, I wish I would've met it because now I would know the president, but I don't..
"michaels gilman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Though, while I was FaceTime ING with them. My littlest three-year-old are you in heaven? I said, no, Honey Hollywood your debt. It's great. When you talk to your kids. It was a very fun weekend of just being included with the team with live with Kelly and rhinos really just appreciative of all that. But an easy way to stay nice and tethered of talking with my daughter, and she just so sweetly said in the middle of this call of the three year old debt. I wish you could slide down a rainbow. Why why don't you? Rainbow. She said I would like to see you slide down a rainbow. That's just great. In her mind from seeing you slide down that you know, that by slide looks like the lucky charms. You're right. It was a really fun weekend out there. So I wanted to tell you how it started. So yesterday, we'll be recapping more of this on twin cities live today. If you were watching the live stream at all yesterday on my talks Facebook page on live with Kelly and Ryan's Facebook or Instagram pages. We got some high resolution video that is up now on the mytalk one seven one page that shows what happened on Instagram, including the moment that I meet Kelly Ripa, which is very familiar. We pulled out. We'll get a little audio that we pull up here in a minute Ryan. But. What was interesting was I show up at twelve thirty at night on Friday night. I get there and go to bed and I received a schedule right before I get on my flight from Minneapolis to LA. And it says we're going to meet in the lobby at seven AM. And I thought gee, I'm to get a narrates about twelve thirty. That's fine. So I do that set an alarm they say we're going to go on a hike Runyon canyon, which is a famous hiking trail in Hollywood where I guess quite a few celebs do their hiking as well. I'd never heard of it. So there Marley schooled me on that. But I'm like, listen, this is this is like the live with Kelly and Ryan team. I wanna put my best foot forward. So I'm dressed in like some bombs Guineas, slim slim fits a nice new sweater. And some you know, like the shoes that I wear that. You hate these like, you know, fo leather like tie up shoes, hit you think that those were good that was a good hiking, shoe know, how serious people were taking the hike or if it was more of like a stroll like through just the Hollywood hills together as a team I get down there. And the producers say you wear NAT on the hike. And I was like everybody's in. Athletes. Are everybody's in a in yoga pants, but you didn't know until you were ready to leave. Right. Because that's when you got your schedule. Well, Michael Gilman, their executive producer had referenced maybe a hike of some short that I might go on. But I was like I'm not going to be the new impact like a six shorts and compression shorts. Sure enough. Everybody was ready. And then we go on this. It's like a mile to get there. So we hike for the hike and then trainer who was on the hike with us. And every fifteen minutes shoots era. We're gonna do a two minute circuit do ten pushups then do ten mountain climbers. Then ten jumping jacks. Two minutes. CD boy was in a deep sweat is my point. But what was really fun about it? So we do this. It was like an hour and a half hike, beautiful views of Los Angeles. And Hollywood the Hollywood sign it was all lovely. But what was really fun about? It was it was just an opportunity to get to know their producers who have all have only ever seen me doing polar vortex. So and they were all really really nice, and they had nice things to say. And it was just fun to kind of that was one of the fun. Things was just getting to actually work shoulder to shoulder with them. But what I wanted to be mindful of all weekend. I was a yes man to anything. They said, hey, do you want to do this? You want to do this. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. And I wanted to be very aware to over insert myself. Because they were prepping for remote show. Hey, guys, guys, guys. Here's an idea. I have a great idea. I I'll do staring contests with people on Hollywood Boulevard simmered down Minnesota chill chill, new guy. Why don't you just pump the brakes, we'll call you? When we need you sell. It was just it was fun. And then yesterday morning when we did the livestream. It was I just felt like I didn't wanna over in service. I was trying to think of the viewer at home. We're just trying to push people to the big broadcast. That's coming. So I got to slip more into host mode as opposed as opposed to like polar vortex comedian right mode. But it was a great time. So here's a little audio that we can play you from the Instagram live that it's now up on the mytalk one zero seven one Facebook page of the moment, essentially when I meet Kelly Ripa in the dressing room. Yeah. Bullied into it. Yeah. Here we go..
"michaels gilman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"michaels gilman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The new and wondering stephanie long arm in hawaii news now you always source for breaking news mexico police say the gunman who killed two students at a high school polls as a student to get on campus authorities and aztec identified the gunman as 21yearold william atcheson he was a former students at aztech high school but did not graduate from there they say addison walked up and down the hall wave firing randomly 18yearold francisco fernandez and 17yearold casey jordan marquez were killed investigators say the attack was planned they found details on a thumb drive now to a race against time to save two people trapped in a burning car nothing the responding officers are good samaritans tried to do seem to work until they gave it one last shot martin savage shows us what they were all up against this bodycam video shows the jesper determination of atlanta police trying to say to people trapped in a flaming wreck the doors of the car or jammed a fire extinguisher fails to douse the fire an officer michaels gilman's baton is just bouncing off the windows everyone knows those inside our moments from a horrible death for me what are the most dramatic scenes out of been on bush huat c we realized this was really will had an egg the fire department is on the way they're just minutes out only there aren't minutes left so i was i was really like realises get a mile solely who won't below lowered footage apply opened the doors officers can only try to keep the flames under control of your fire teams get there i feel i mop icing so bruin out instantly the men never back off or give up motivated by the district who if the traffic center mr terrified hey screaming you know helped me please i don't want to the main discount a rough at times language they even jordan urges water for the judge stored in their case vehicles under the burning car but that was key because you bought time near sir in fact you bought just enough just enough time firefighters ovalles they put out the flames and pre the driver a passenger who survive thanks to some determined atlanta police officers who even after reaching the limits of everything they had went beyond the call tom how close call in looks like a pilot scheduling glitches going to cost american airlines about ten million dollars last week the allied pilots association revealed that thousands of holiday flights were without pilots because apparently too many employees got time.
"michaels gilman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Some about what went on between them i know but she leaks at this stuff about he's beating arrese this studies abuse lined out she never said he'd be there one what he had other he had a disagreement with one of the teenagers uh but listen every parents who had a teenagers have bad um but he had a drinking problem and he had a marijuana problem and he has gone to rehab and he said mitterrand at all and he's apologized and he's trying to be a better person but he's a great guy and it's funny you know i travelled with them to london about three summers ago for the movie world war see and actually spent of time with them in the kids here and they seemed incredibly happy and he was very devoted to her she just had her big health thing you know she added government back to me and all that and he was right there for her i mean i was very impressed and i wrote about it at the time saw its very thing see so you're nice then she starts leaky these on drugs drink 80s occasion and see any sign of that well i don't know you know uh the leaking everywhere these days problem everyone needs pull up hey this megan kelly screws up sunday night's nazis going to screw up nine in the morning for nbc speaking of michael gilman at live with the kelly they're thrilled about megan kelly nothing allow they're ratings war well first of all uh megan kelly sunday show was supposed to go all summer and there yanking sunday because ratings are down to two point seven million people there fi fewer people watching uh make him kelly event like i think it's just heard in fat the patients an insane asylum here and dogs have turned on the tv by accident so uh she had of air and then she'll come back to timber 2050 which is three weeks later than they originally a now to be.