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"mike doyle" Discussed on Homophilia
"Understand what is motivating and what matters to consumers that they wanna reach. And there's no other way to do that to figure out what a day in the life for that individual looks like. How are they feeling. What would what's their. What's their home life. What was their family situation. What's their what's their whole context right and so really putting some disciplined into understanding what it's like to be in that person's shoes and then marrying that with really super smart strategic recommendations that are born of data always born of data and figuring out what the solution is so so empathy is a massive part of what we do the part big part of of how we hire you know. I wanna hire i. Will i love working with the people that i do catch him because my god they just show up so humanity at the end of the day we might be working for a brand like mastercard. I'll talk about that but you know at the end of the day. Mastercard is a big beautiful global organization filled but humans right in service of humans right. and so. that's that's just it's fundamental to the work that we do and communications mastercard. Probably one of the most important things that i've ever had an opportunity to do and something catch catchable. Be proud of for the rest of the time mastercard Who has brand has long been i am. I should say i by no means a an official spokesperson for the brand but they're one of our most important clients a long standing supporter of inclusion in all its forms Mastercard is shown up for marginalized communities including the lgbtq community for years and years and years. Several years ago. I think it was about eighteen. Two thousand eighteen. They landed on a an observation and it was a. It was a sort of a joint observation mastercard and their partner agencies Phenomenal agency called mcan that we work with mastercard that for any member of the trans community. When when you apply for a credit card and then ultimately use a credit card at point of sale that credit card had the. Have the name that you were assigned at birth right mike. Doyle is on my credit card. Well imagine the the horror. The pain the conflict the Anxiety embarrassment whatever. The emotion is if you're a trans person in any phase of that of that transition of your personal journey and you show up with a credit card that may appear to be confusing or different at point of sale to the person that you're trying to interact with horrible right and so talk about embassy right. What must feel like said mastercard and so mastercard said. We're we're not going to stand for that. We're going to create something called the true name card and it was the first ever credit card that could be issued with the chosen name of that individual. It was breakthrough it is now represented by so many issues citibank and others and it was it was remains a watershed moment in the trans. I would say the trans movement particularly as it related to what a brand would be doing. And how brand would stand up for the trans community. It is a spectacular example of a brand demonstrating so much empathy that it was willing to to make a commercial commitment. The business committed to affecting change for an under represented and marginalized community. It was It it remains one of can tell. I get goosebumps when i talk about it one of the great privileges of my career to be a part of that. Yeah that's that's a whole other level next level next level. That's what you do. tells very quickly beltway dealing with glad. You're now the board of glad. Mike doyle i am. I am an run the gay community now. God no yeah no you. Do you do your at the steering wheel of the gay community now. Mike ever ask your essentially you're on the board of directors of the gay community. I i will tell you And i i don't mean to be hyperbolic it is to date the singular honor outside. Dc always right up there. But but i can tell you to be on this board with this. Beautiful group of people In service of an organization. That i have admired my whole life it's It's unbelievable it really is it. Glad is doing such important work and to To watch the way that circuit ls and her team are are genuinely advancing and accelerating acceptance and doing it. Through the lens of everything. We are consuming all of the media that we're consuming the content that the world is is Is privy to the way that glad is trying to help shake it and trying to illuminate the beauty and and the horror right. The incredible work that the glad is doing to it to accelerate acceptance. I am. I am but a spectator but But very happy to be more in the game That i've done. I've ever been on the board for a year joined by Joined by people from about titans of industry just amazing leaders and activists and performers and artists. That come together and try to do the good work of this organization and service of our community. It's an amazing on her and they are so good to have you truly are a lot yes best way anybody ask anybody micah. Thank you so much for being here for doing this for being you. Bearing with us through these out of the technical nightmare was worth it. You are c- greatest. It seems i am not i am i am incredibly humbled by this and i I'm afraid to get your listener results. They nama data guy. So i have a feeling in this show pretty close to the bottom of the list so while i'll send them to jack it up. We'll look at them. We don't look at them. You guys are spectacular. So so the honor.
"mike doyle" Discussed on Homophilia
"You Whether you voted or whoever you voted for. I think it just felt like okay. Life will on. We will go to weddings. We will go to go to parties. We will dance we drank. We will do all these things. And i hope people felt that moment. I really did. Let me tell you what i felt. I think i told you this but in that moment at that time in our history to feel that amount of love from friends but also from the venue and from the college And to to hear that applause reverberating off the walls of a church. Which i mean new lemberg is sort of non denominational raider. It's not it's lutheran but it's not like redwing close you know right. I remember thinking like this is how you're supposed to be on a church like you're supposed to feel held and loved and supported and not judged and celebrated you know what i mean like. You're supposed to be in a community of of of love and support and that's what it felt like and it was really powerful and exactly on time. Thank you thank you. And what isn't that great. We now thank god. We live in a live in a world that is that is i hope moving closer toward anyone feeling that in any capacity any place right and and so that means a lot. Thank you for shana. Thank you for sharing and for having us. I wanna talk about your career. You are a titan of the public relations industry. Ceo of ketchum. What is it about you that is suited to do. Pr white. what do you think it clicked for you there. wow who you know. I happened into this career. I really did But you know that. I think it was. It was certainly whether it's fate or whatever you believe in i As the story goes true story. I I was living washington. I was interning on the hill and pedaling my resume anywhere that would take me and i spoke to a bunch of a bunch of folks that were mentors to me. and one of them Who actually back to muhlenberg college where all things began Got him chris harris. Who was the director of admissions. I called him. Because i had no freaking idea what to do. And he said he's michael. You love to to you. Love to rights. You're elected to to speak public all these things and you're really good is lovely of him. You're a really good storyteller. I think you should look into public relations. And i honestly have joked like if he had said you. You're you're super nimble. You should be an acrobat. Like i'd be like okay. I'm gonna go to the circus. Like i think i would have done anything you too long story short. I get an interview. Catch him at a place that you know now now still Still love and I they loved me. But i was day late and a dollar short. They already hired someone and i missed. It already. hired somebody to take that job about three days later. They called me back and said that this this young woman Ran from the building crying because it was too stressful. And she couldn't handle it. Do you want the job now. Of course absolutely and i joined. And i've i've gone. I've left the agency and come back again and had a bunch experiences but the but the short answer to your question is i think that i certainly don't know that i'm i'm perfectly suited but i think i've been able to find some success but finds enormous joy in a couple of things i love. I love psychology. I love understanding why people believe or do or don't believe or by or care about something Whether that's a cause or product or were mission and initiative movement. I love understanding why someone cares about that and helping a company. achieve their goals by tapping into that. So i love when a client says to us with our business objective. This is what we're trying to achieve. Great let's talk about why to talk about. Why why do you exist. What purpose are you solving for. Or you're filling for that. Consumer that stakeholder and diagnosing it and diagnosing an diagnosing coming back with some beautiful either big creative program or the most simple strategic recommendation to help a client do great work. And i just i love that i love being able to tell brilliant stories for clients helping them be their best selves helping executives achieved their business goals. I i love that. And i love it so much of it comes back down to psychology into that kind of motivation and tapping in to people's why and i've never lost. That always had that. I'm always have always been a diagnosis. Her i love to kind of keep asking why driving people crazy. But what i love about it now is the worm positions and i'm in a position where we can genuinely help a company tell it story to whatever ends make sense for their business and their people and that's why i love what i do it. You know reading about catch him reading about you. It's interesting a word that get came up in a few different context empathy and struck me. Because i don't think people associate empathy with pr. But i also think people associate pr with entertainment publicists and the like sort of sharkey caricature of you know that that breed of human which obviously you are not but i feel like a good reflection of empathy and your work. Can you just tell people about the The campaign you did with mastercard sure named lobster. Yeah lobster. I'll talk about empathy though. Who wrote real. Quick i because it. It's it's just an inherent in what we try to do every day and and it happens to be catching the tagline empathy plus intelligence. Because what we think we do best and we strive for every day is to help brands.
"mike doyle" Discussed on Homophilia
"Lindbergh college In in And with met. I dunno day two or three or something like that. And it's and it's so funny. That's you want to. Remind me that. I pointed out to you that i was a lot because i think brett's entire Point of view about me for the better part of our freshman year You know numerous A wonderful little bucolic school pretty small. You got to know everybody and we. We had some mutual friends freshman year. We started knew a lot of the same people and we knew each other By sophomore year. Now i should point now. We were years and years and years. We were a decade away from coming to each of us coming to grips in our own way with with how we were made i was. I was fighting every subconscious thoughts and conscious thought that i was having at that point about possibility that was guy so by sophomore year junior year. We were incredibly close friends by senior. Your best friends and that was it and then we graduated and You know kind of went are relatively separate ways moved out to los angeles and an easy to To new york but in this super connected group of about ten to fifteen of our closest friends who remain so to this day and And then i moved back east a year later. We all found ourselves in washington. Dc and that was when You know a couple of things happen. And i thought shit. I can't fight this. This is not something. Can i can. I'm not going to win over it. It's going to have to. It's gonna. I'm gonna figure this all out and Luckily i did. But i didn't do it alone. I did it with the benefit of of my best friend figuring it out himself to And so though we chart our you know we met in in the fall of nineteen ninety We moved to To new york in nineteen ninety nine and got married in two thousand sixteen so we chart our relationship relate to so when we lived in new york and started a cigarette all out together but Unbelievably lucky i i. I really I you know. I i don't mean to sound i don't mean to sound hyperbolic like i. I just don't know what i did to deserve a chance to meet best friend and ultimately a guy who helped me through my own journey and his but But you know to be able to create a life with this guy is Is unbelievable the struck of a good fortune. I wanna know when you say. Eat it his perspective on you and you met freshman year was most likely that you were a lot. What what did your aliveness look like. What was he was he gets. A question is the the answer to that. Question is actually rooted almost better in what brett is he's Breads the guy who looks at room of fifty people and immediately sizes up the three or four that he's gonna spend that night with right He he had he makes. He makes deep fewer deeper friendships. He is he is so loyal he sowed. He's so devoted to the people that he loves and and he's a guy who still has friends from grade school right. And i'd like to think that i share some of that. I still have a lot of friends from grade school and and and love making friendships that deep. But if i go into room a fifty You know i'm gonna meet fifty people. And i'll probably hang out with the caters for a while. And then i'll go see like you know if anybody needs anything in the courtroom And you know. I'll leave. And and i i am. I tend to hate us. But i tend to be more of a of a flittering. I sort of i sort of i don't. I don't prioritize the things that he does. And god i wish i did. And that's what i love about him. He keeps me grounded. Any makes make sure that. I remember what's important and who's important So i was a lot. I was the You know. I was always a you know running for something and wanted to be. You know starring in some show or giving some speech or something like that Thinking that that would be the only way. I could be settled and And he helped me show that that's not the case when you say you to Figured it out together once you acted on these host. How how did that ice. Get broken Well i talk about it actually in sort of a series of episodes honestly that it was for the two of us and the you know the the first the first episode for us you know you gotta remember we were. We were part of this. Really beautiful consortium of friends right. And i don't know how atypical this is. I think this might be pretty common for folks. Try to figure it all out part of this big group of fifteen twenty friends inseparable talked everyday. You know before we even had texting and it was like a little pack. We just did everything together. And that gave us great comfort right and it's two of us. Were a part of that. It also meant that we can sort of figure this out but but in a way that there was supported by friends who were next us. They didn't know what was going on. And we certainly didn't say anything but at least felt like we had family episode one was in believe it or not was in two thousand one and it was Brad was going through some stuff at work and nine eleven. it was just. It was a bananas. Time for everybody and.
"mike doyle" Discussed on Homophilia
"Okay so just to fill the listener A full technological clown show on my end my laptop just fully decided to become a techno remix I couldn't i could see. But all i could hear was a half a syllable from doyle repeating over and over again i had to restart. I'm sweating Than mike's wifi went down. It's we're back. We've back something. I i do need something right when we broke. Mike adjust started as an anecdote for the very beginning of the game starts reacting to the computer meltdown. And but for whatever reason. Mike and still see it hear him. So it's like. Mike is like oh and there's a circuit party on multiple levels and david is like. Oh my god. Oh my god. He was more excited. He was more excited in the retailing than he was at the circuit party so disproportionate reaction to it. Which was there yet. But we're back everybody we are. We are back. We're back but so yeah. The circuit party was not like a circuit. But we're not. We're not talking black party. It's not you know we didn't go. I'm not as just a party on the beach. There's there's no you know there's no glitter you're not wearing horns it was but this is how i remember this is. This is the episode. I remember since the day it's the day of it was called sandblast time and right moore and and there's a sort of a beach thing going on but you and i and our friends than my husband. Brad obviously matches that the whole crew. We're like on this raised pavilion saying an iron. I remember looking around. You know everybody was jack and everybody was in like tank tops and everybody looked amazing and hot and everybody was hot and all this stuff and i look at myself and then i look at my new friend. Dave and i pointed out to you that you and i were the only two who decided that the appropriate outset to where the circuit party was a sensible j. crew long-sleeve kind of rolled up at the arms and emma short and then we were in like comfortable sneakers because it was going to be a long day and so while half the circuit party is is essentially nude and it's two o'clock in the afternoon are like maybe ready for. I don't know the moma the very like at. What point did i think. A plaid j. crew was sexy out a circuit and so and yet and yet a love was born. And that was gonna brother was born. Yeah that's right that's right not bringing people together. Yeah that is so correct It was it was a lovely time in that time. Since then you you have gotten married. Yes was lucky enough to be there. I police tell matt and the world how you and your husband. Brett matt What a what. A wonderful question. Because i love the answer We we met Dave knows this we met when we were freshmen. At a beautiful will school in pennsylvania that place that we We were lucky. Find ourselves called me..
"mike doyle" Discussed on Homophilia
"Doyle you're in asbury park. I have to assume. I can go on further than i am. I am nine and a half blocks from the stone pony. Yeah you are. how are they doing. Pony is oh. The stone pony is a legendary rock venue. Where bruce springsteen got his start and which has an excellent outdoor summer concert series. Which are they they are. Yeah back in in a in a really awesome creative way so the summer stages up It's rolling and they've created instead of sort of a a standing room only situation. They've got about a lot. I don't know fifty five or so picnic tables. You know the beer gardens open and all that stuff so you reserve a table and you're with your friends and everybody's there and it's working out working great. Who's playing a couple of coupla. Br i was gonna say a couple of bruce cover bands right. You're going to be thrilled and intrigued. cafe. Oh my god what what. John kathy and beaver brown bands. I think this weekend. I think i'll mark. Oh yeah on the dot com which is You know yeah. It's a big deal big deal for also for those who don't know asbury park has become something of a a more sensible fire island hearing it you think of is like a thriving queer community but what is the scene there. Oh i got i love. I love the question All credit to the pioneers of asbury park and there are many. You know there were this. This town is for those of you to give listeners who might not know the jersey shores while asbury by car is like a fifty five minute drive from the city and so that's terrific right instead of having to take helicopter and then you know like a blimp in a train and a and a cab to fire onto wherever you have to do to do that. Fifty five minutes by car. Aaron forty minutes by transit. That's right about two thousand and two thousand one. Some really braving terrific folks looked at asbury a town that had been Had led a lot of it. Kinda go by the wayside. A lot of big beautiful victorian homes spectacular ten bedroom homes right off the beach. That is not where. I'm coming to your But what would if we went down and gave this a shot and a lot of houses and started to turn them and started to modernize them and all that stopped and did that in concert with this incredibly beautiful Diverse exciting artistic community in town. And they've already already here and so together. I think that sort of combined. Unity has created. This resurgence asbury. And it's just unbelievable. Now it is there's a thriving Lgbtq community an amazing restaurants name. Ah music scene has always been here but it. It's just a. It's such an awesome kind of melting pot of folks that wanted to get out of the city for either a weekend place or place to to to actually look full-time Married with a really rich diverse community that That that is already here so just a it. I will tell you. We bought this place Relentless eleven years ago we were not among the pioneers. we were among the lucky ones and But we never thought it would be the sanctuary that it had to be for the past Sixteen eighteen months. It's been honestly. It's been unbelievable. It's a great. I was or you're absolutely everybody. Come to asbury park. Has it been your kovic refuge did you. Did you escape the city in hang out. Oh my god. I was the friday friday night march thirteenth of twenty twenty. Of course everybody has their you know their. I remember that weekend starting but it was that friday night. And my husband brett on dame dave from you. Obviously now we were. I should have shut down the office. Believe it or not. I'm mortified in somewhat horrified. Recall this went out to a bar and had dinner like it was like. I didn't know what the hell's woke up saturday morning. We packed like a duffel bag. Think i had two sweaters and some like socks. I don't know and then. I ipad charger and we're like just to the house. We'll see where this all goes. And i remain sitting in the same place. That was that saturday march fourteen. Yeah this became our sanctuary. Thank god thank god city. Life cannot have been easy in the last year. And a half. I you know. I think back to if this had happened. You know when i was twenty six and had three roommates in a railroad apartment on the upper east side or whatever the idea of not ever being able to leave or whatever i mean. That's good god we had. It's it's so funny..
"mike doyle" Discussed on Homophilia
"I don't know man if you can tell this but i am centered ren- Yeah there is something especially zan about you today. What's going on. Well i'll tell you what's going on. I had the pleasure of going With ben on a twenty four hour yoga and breath work. Retreat can In santa monica california Sponsored by an app called open Now here's the thing. I think if you're searching the app store which he should. I think it's like ohio. Hyphen p hyphen e. n. n. Is is the official name. Because if you search for open of what comes up is a dating service for three ways Not it's not the same as this wellness app but it was It's a new wellness app. That is sort of its wellness based but it's a little on the peleton model of like their live classes. And you can you know if you're doing yoga. You can have your camera on so the person can you know critique perform or whatever. It's a really cool app But anyway they. They took it was like media trip. They took a bunch of people to the proper hotel in santa monica and it was like twenty four hours of like sound bass and and breath work. Sessions ain't never done breath work before matt. Have you done breath work. I don't know i. I guess so. I mean i breathe. Okay see eyebrows to but breath work very different thing. You're like you're you're we were on the ground on yoga mat and breathe in like and up your you do like die. Format reading saying. Fill up your belly then you chest and then you and then you release it all out and do it like to a beat to the beat of live music in this case over the course of ten minutes and then i. It was like mushrooms like fully. It was it took me mentally physically to a different space. There was there screaming involved. Yes there was. There was a moment whereas like screamed the top of your lungs which i did and i left my body for a moment it was really really something else. I'm into breath work now. that's nothing. I'm fascinated at so you're screaming at the top of your lungs at the end of the breath work period in the middle in the middle. Yeah there are maybe twelve of us in In in a studio was in venice yes. Of course it was course the All of us just like screaming there was gong. There was you know live percussion. It was incredible and then of course out for a vegan dinner with with the gang from from the app. All of whom are unbelievably beautiful. Right next level beautiful And and just like serene and cool. And an and i was like. Who's the keith a little bit. Because this might be a call. And i might be interested and i'm you know i'm wondering where the tattoo will eventually go but i'm willing to put it on me Truly truly life changing twenty four hours of yoga breath work. We eight of it was sleep but so sixteen hours of yoga breath work. And i'm a new man and This feeling like Almost like you're on mushrooms and that euphoria did it stay with you. After the session was over it actually did like all through that dinner. Ben and i both like do you feel awesome and we. It was yeah. It was really great. It was really great. i'm a. I'm a convert. Took me nearly twenty years. But i have gone full. La i do. well now. welcome. I i have to. I'm so i. I'm acting like i don't know what this but i was fucking theater majored and you. All it did was lan the floor and breathe and cry for four years. Great gum thought to brag. Yeah love it open. Oh hyphen p ivan. Whatever just do a search for like open wellness. You'll find it. It'll come up if you end up on the three way app. You don't ever have fun. Do you get open apps. Why am i don't you. why not. Why not do it with a friend. Do with a third How's your week Just as boring as ever as usual coming into this intro. An empty husk with nothing to contribute button. We did just complete this week's interview your Your dear friend. And now i'm going to say my my new friend mike doyle world. Yeah i mean to know. Mike doyle is to love mike doyle. He is He is a human being of just pure charm and eloquence I loved him from the moment. I met him He is the ceo of ketchum which is a massive pr firm. He is now on the board of directors of glad he's on the board of glad And he's just he's just one of these people i think is truly truly remarkable And i am always thrilled to introduce him to people. And i am now. Thrilled introduced to introduce him to all of you However there were technical difficulties each of came in to this zoom with our own internet baggage was it. a laggy. wi fi was a computer that is apparently held together by duct. Tape and dreams Whatever it was we. Each had a moment of utter wifi chaos. So please be patient and listen all the way through because it's worthwhile. It's worth getting through the difficult internet times that we had an as i say this matt maganga is frozen. I say this and malvo gunky is frozen. We are all got. We're just barely hanging on. I'm telling you folks all right. Listen the wifi hates us but we love you and we love mike. Doyle listen to him and get the full experience. I was frozen until this very moment. So whatever whatever happens whatever you said. I'd stand by. Let's go to the interview. Mike.
Tech CEOs testify before House Antitrust Subcommittee
"The ceo's of facebook twitter and google appeared before the house energy and commerce committee yesterday lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle grilled them on how they moderate content on their platforms. The hearing was the executives first appearance in congress since the capital riot on january six during which many members were actually inside the capitol building. Here's democratic congressman. Mike doyle in his opening statement that attack and the movement that motivated started and was nourished on your platforms. Your platform suggested groups for people to join videos. They should do and post. They should like driving this movement forward with terrifying speed and efficiency. Both republicans and democrats have signaled that they think the tech companies have too much power but disagreed on what exactly to do about it
Tech CEOs questioned over how misinformation spreads on social media
"Like the January 6th attack on the U. S Capitol, which was largely planned and documented on platforms including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. So should social media companies be responsible for that? That's essentially what Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Doyle, a Democrat, asked Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a hearing today. Yes or no? Do you do bear some responsibility for what happened? Congressman. Our responsibility is to make sure that we build effective system stuff. This is not the answer The question. The heads of Google and Twitter also testified at that hearing. These companies are among NPR's financial supporters and NPR Tech correspondent Shannon
"mike doyle" Discussed on WDRC
"Wild swings on Wall Street, triggered by sales of game stop has drawn the attention of federal regulator Gamestop frenzy on Wall Street Has the government weighing in the Securities and Exchange Commission says it's evaluating the extreme price volatility of certain stocks also promising to protect traders, White House press secretary Jen Psaki We, of course respect the role of regulatory agencies. They are closely monitoring the situation, but it's under their purview. Meanwhile, the activists short seller who face Backlash After his recent negative reports about Gamestop says his firm will no longer publish short seller reports will now pivot to providing insight into companies. The firm thinks investors should buy Lillian Woo Fox News number of Americans A signed contract to buy homes declined slightly for the fourth straight month, but it was still a record high for December. The National Association of Realtors Index of pending home sales Dipped. What did 0.3% a Texas family is suing the city of Houston over a failed drug raid in 2019 left a couple dead relatives of 59 year old Dennis Temple with his wife, 58, year old Regina Nicholas, finally, their federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Houston. It's police chief and several officers involved in a no knock raided two years ago after an audit found that officers made hundreds of errors in the case of these weren't drug dealers. This was a family family attorney Mike Doyle 12 of the officers involved in the raid have been charged with crimes, including murder or civil rights violations stemming from the raid were four Houston police officers were also shot in one paralyzed. Jeff Manasso Fox News People in the San Francisco Bay area have sued the fast food chain subway, claiming it's tuna is anything but subway says the claims are reckless and improper. I'm Lisa let Sarah and this is.
"mike doyle" Discussed on KTRH
"Cold rain coming down to our forecast Sunday. It looks like about an inch of rain Sunday with temperatures up into the forties for high temps and thirties for low temps were in the upper thirties northern suburbs Tonight cloudy weather 40 degrees downtown. Mostly sunny Saturday. 57, then a fast moving system sweets into Texas with snow in the northern part of the state, and we'll see rain and wind here Sunday Cold High 45 I meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the Weather Channel. And right now it's 40 and Spring 38 in the Woodlands, 46 in Galveston and 41 at the Ktrh Top tax Defenders. 24 hour Weather Center Ktrh news time is one on one the federal government working to fix a glitch, delaying millions of covert release stimulus payments. Matt Matt Johnson has more. According to TurboTax, a distribution problem sent many deposits of $600 or more per taxpayer to the wrong accounts. The Iris says it's taking immediate steps to correct the error. More than 100 million direct deposits of stimulus checks have already been completed. I'm Matt Matt Johnson. And a surge of optimism regarding oil. Ktrh is Corey Olson has that story. The price of crude oil has surged in recent days to its highest level since before the pandemic started. Oil market analyst Phil Flynn says there are multiple factors at work. The market is getting very optimistic that oil demand and 2021 is going to surge and more vaccines become available to the public. The market is also pricing in weaker production under a Biden administration. We're going to see a lot more radio lace. Come down the pike and maybe very quickly with executive orders that could slow the rebound and you have so well production. That means higher prices. Texas Gas is about the past $2 a gallon for the first time since last March. Corey Olson, NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh. Federal judge tosses a case involving deadly heart the deadly Harding Street raid back down to the Harris County Probate Court for a hearing this Tuesday. Attorney Mike Doyle represents the family of regime of Nicholas, One of two people killed by narcotics officers serving a warrant, which turned out was Based on false information. Here's Mike Doyle. The city had at least I think five different arguments. Judge Hoyt's in order that rejected every single one and a number of them kind of pointed out there really probably shouldn't have made the claim in the first place. According to officials more than 50. Capitol Police and Metropolitan Police Department officers suffered injuries during the attack on Wednesday in several officers were hospitalized with serious injuries. Many are offering tributes to officer Brian Sick Nick, who died as a result of his injuries. Representative. Excuse me. Republican National Committee Chairwoman Rana McDaniel will get another two year term. She was unanimously reelected during RNC meetings in Florida. Today. Ktrh News Time is 103 Texas franchise quarterback is Shawn Watson is reportedly not too happy. With the team hiring Nick to Cirio as the new general manager. ESPN reports, Watson offered his input on potential general manager candidates. But the Texans neither considered nor consulted with those He endorsed. He found out about it on social media, which did not make him happy at all. Well, the Rockets had a very good night against the Orlando Magic. They beat them. 1 93. They beat them. One. They beat them. And here's some of the game. Cousins finds Magnum on the corner. Reset steps left shoots for three Wow again. Michael Moore. Five shots, five made threes 15 points in eight minutes.
"mike doyle" Discussed on KTRH
"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Says her chamber is ready to move forward with impeachment of President Trump doesn't resign. In a statement, Pelosi says she's told the Rules committee to be prepared to go with Congressman Jamie Raskin's 25th amendment legislation. An emotion for impeachment. Calls for Trump to be removed from office have ramped up since the Capitol Hill attack. The federal government is working to fix a glitch delaying millions of covert relief stimulus payments. Matt Matt Johnson has more. According to TurboTax, a distribution problem sent many deposits of $600 or more protects payer to the wrong accounts. The IRA says it's taking immediate steps to correct the error. More than 100 million direct deposits of stimulus checks have already been completed. I'm at Madison President Trump has been trying to post on Twitter and he posted on the official presidential account. Hours after the tech giant suspended his personal account for good. He slammed Twitter. Vowing he won't be silenced. And he also announced that he plans to try and build his own communication platform like Twitter and become their competitors. All of this comes after the Social media platform banned him permanently, saying the reason is to quote prevent further incitement of violence. Annoy oil surge optimism Corey Olson has the story. The price of crude oil has surged in recent days to its highest level since before the pandemic started. Oil market analyst Phil Flynn says there are multiple factors at work. The market is getting very optimistic that oil demand and 2021 is going to surge and more vaccines become available to the public. The market is also pricing in weaker production under a Biden administration. We're going to see a lot more regulations come down the pike and maybe there Quickly with projected and wars that could slow the rebound in U. S oil production. That means higher prices. Texas Gas is about the past $2 a gallon for the first time since last March. Corey Olson, NewsRadio 7 40 Ktrh Ktrh news time. 12 03 A federal judge tosses a case involving Houston's deadly Harding Street raid back down to the Harris County Probate Court for a hearing this Tuesday. Turned attorney Mike Doyle represents the family of Rosina Nicholas, one of the two people killed by narcotics officers serving the warrant, which turned out was secured with false information The city had at least I think five different arguments, Judge waits in order that rejected every single one. I don't know. Bring them kind of pointed out. They really probably shouldn't have made the claim in the first place. Doyle says the city is delayed evidence and testimony in the case for nearly two years now. Texas franchise quarterback This Shawn Watson reportedly not happy with the team hiring that kiss Aereo as the new general manager. ESPN reports wants and offered his input on potential general manager candidates. But the Texans neither considered Were consulted with those he endures. He found out about it on social media. And the Rockets beat the Orlando Magic, and it was quite a beating..
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"Conroe. It's 51 mostly cloudy in Houston. 53 of the ktrh Top tax Defenders 24 Hour Weather Center. Times Now 401 our top story. The Texas Department of Transportation is wrapping up treatment of several key roads in the Houston area, hopefully to avoid slippery freeways. This weekend Cruise were seen this afternoon in Montgomery County and parts of Harris County includes the Grand Parkway, Katy Freeway, and the connector ramps up to 90. Texas Governor Greg Abbott has placed numerous resource is on standby. Head of that winter storm that's expected to impact parts of the state this weekend. A federal judge tosses a case involving Houston's deadly Harding Street raid back down to the Harris County Probate Court for hearing this Tuesday. Attorney Mike Doyle represents the family of routine and Nicholas, one of two people killed by narcotics officers serving a warrant, which turned out was secured with false information. The city had at least I think five different arguments. Judge waits in order that rejected every single one and a number of them kind of pointed out. There really probably shouldn't have made the claim in the first place. Doyle says the city has delayed evidence and testimony in the case for nearly two years now. American Airlines is changing their policy when it comes to alcohol sales, and it has to do with this week's chaos at the Capitol. The North takes his carrier has been alcohol on flights to and from Washington, D. C and Paul Hare Storm with the Association of Professional Flight Attendants says it's the right move. We have been faced with some onboard aggression here in the last couple of days on flights into and out of Washington, D. C. Obviously, that is not what we want to hear. And we won't stop that in its tracks if we can He says. These situations are dangerous for crews to deal with up in the Air. American Airlines also increased staffing at nearby airports in D. C as part of the new measure. Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz are mourning the death of the Capitol Police officer killed in the attack. The Texas Republicans say they're grieving officer Brian sit sick Nick, who died on Thursday evening. Cruz is calling everyone who stormed the U. S Capitol to be fully prosecuted, calling it an attack on democracy. Cornyn says Wednesday's destruction was preventable. Man photographed sitting in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office during the capital siege on Wednesday, is in custody. The Justice Department says. 60 year old Richard Barnett of Arkansas was arrested in his home state and faces several charges. Barnett was seen in viral video sitting casually with his foot up on Pelosi's desk. Joe Biden says he agrees with President Trump's decision not to attend the inauguration on January 20th. He says it's one of the only things that to agree on today by and talked about inviting Mike Pence to come to the inauguration. The vice president. Is welcome to come be honored to have him there and to move forward in the transition. A statement from the VP's office is Mike Pence is contemplating whether or not to attend the inauguration. KTRH News time 404 a new job report and the covert pandemic are just two factors that are impacting stocks today. Now with a closer look at your money. Here's ktrh money, Man that ship brought to you by diem auto leasing dot com And good Friday afternoon. Why It's the stocks closing today. Nicely higher. The Dow industrials finishing the day up by 56 points, closing at 31,097 S and P 520 points. That's one half of 1% the NASDAQ by 134 points 1% for the day stocks up after we gotta look at the nonfarm payroll numbers coming in worse than analysts had expected. This is the report for December. By the way, the market's taking the bad news is good news as it does increase the odds of yet another stimulus package consumer discretionary stocks. They were the top performing group basic materials. Those air chemical companies, paper companies, etcetera, They were at the bottom oil up big Today. $1.41 closing and $52.24 a barrel on the flipside gold down big down $78. 20 cents announced $1835. Finally, for the week, the Dow Industrial's up 491 points or 1.6% with the check of your money from the Office of Heritage Asset Advisors. I'm patch in produce radio 7 40. Ktrh..
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"Counties and cities got a king county Superior Court judge to halt the start of the initiative with an injunction while it's figured out if it's constitutional the main complaint is that the title is too broad and not fully understandable by voters Washington congressman Denny heck a Democrat who was part of the house intelligence committees impeachment inquiry announced his retirement yesterday heck was it has served Washington's tenth district since two thousand twelve in a letter heck expressed gratitude for his for decades in public service but admitted discouragement and what he called a weary soul following the rush investigation an impeachment inquiry more than three dozen people have been sickened after eating or working at a Tom Douglas restaurant the story from college Jeff Baudelaire's was at the brain forced tavern in south lake union forty three people have fallen ill with norovirus like symptoms including vomiting and diarrhea the restaurant closed for cleaning and disinfection on November twenty seventh but has since reopened prior to the outbreak the brave horse tavern had multiple health violations including several for storing food at the wrong temperature but it's unclear if that played a role in a statement the company says nothing is more important than the health safety and well being of guests staff and community kapow July come on news Washington state's new Supreme Court justice appointee is what come county Superior Court judge rock cal all my toy Lewis at the state capitol announcement Wednesday Mike Doyle Lewis was asked what she'll think of people say she was appointed because she'll be the first native American on the court Montel Lewis says it's something she's dealt with since high school including an event early in her law school career I had someone come up to me who is in the first year class whenever that before this commission to get yourself and she came up to me and said you're taking my best friends that was my introduction to law school ceremony set for January six to swear in mind toil Lewis as well as retiring Chief Justice merry fair her successor Deborah Stevens late night compromised by city leaders in every leaves the door open for more housing opportunities for homeless people gone was Joe.
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"Churchill getting started would bind with they're the first really too big weekends they also course got the international later in the meet later in the fall and and that brings in some international shippers this woodbine mile just the mile either northern dancer the more you look at it. I thought was was was intriguing and there's plenty of other a lot of stars on the card including Holy Khaleda and pink Loyd. WHO's I I for a horse? That's one like twenty seven in a row. Nobody seems the talk about him or pay much attention to him. Bob Tillers streaking sprinter and here's a streaking sprinter victim Rio depends on where the sprint destination is. I think might Tapei at times but shop racing form a yes to the windows. Definitely Pink Floyd is is really sort of a marvel in terms of how he's performed well routinely I of course needed him to at least be third in this race last year in the contest and finished fifth so the pink floyd stop it will be nowhere near Wreck Stale Ontario and so his chances tomorrow we'll probably increase exponentially. He's in the early. They put the bold venture early on the card actually in fact when I went to the stakes together and put them up Derby Trail Oh. I didn't even look that that early on the card so I didn't even have to go back in fact I don't know if I did go back and put it up but there are a couple couple of very nice horses here including Carlin's honor the Jack Oxley Breezy York good old Yordan approaching half a million dollars for a chiefs would and Stewart Simon you know a lot of your a lot of your local players in the sprint scene but pink Cloyd is now twenty one twenty six and it really was late last year September October that he started to show some some frings signs of tiring and Kinda sputtered out at the end of the year could. Could he be beaten in here. I don't think so no it looks like he's he's back where he needs to be and I don't really know I guess other than Caroline's honor who's supposed to be particularly big threat to him in the spot so he he should get the job done. I mean it's always nice to see good. Horses do Well York than obviously was in much better form coming into this last year having run a good second pink Floyd Royd individual and and that was also during a period of time where pink floyd was having a really hard time getting out of the gate so he's a little ornery for a seven year old gelding and he had a little bit gate trouble really about four or five races in a row going into last year's bold venture he he's not he still not they really particularly the obedient or when it comes to getting out of the gate or being trained for it but he's definitely a little bit better spot with that right now so I think given that he's he's inform and should be sitting right off of the of the pace. If you worked in may be line to the front end. I think he should be okay before we talk about the Canadian the end the grade to which does start the cross country and will incorporate the pebbles and the nightcap at Belmont Nixon thoughts about last week at Belmont. We talked about this Jockey Club Derby and oaks and the Grand Prix. I talked to Andy on Tuesday. The Grand Prix was oddly contest than I thought but some some quick hits on opening the opening salvos at Belmont. I guess guess I'll try and keep it as charitable as possible. Given I took my shots at it last week but I think they played out largely. How we expected decide thought was a pretty impressive winner of the Jockey Club oaks overcoming? I think by all counsel was a pretty negative pace setup and winning is much the best running down Wonderman who I thought probably got a little bit more the run of the race and the American contingent as we expected in that race as well as the Jockey Club Derby were pretty much no shows and it could also be that the American continuing is pretty thin out by now. We'll talk about the pebbles and a little bit but the pebbles is going to be the ninth race for one hundred thousand dollars or more for three year olds fillies on turf going back to June sixth six and that's insane so the ranks of American horses that are ready to go a mile and three eighths early in September. We're really not very not very robust and and that proved out on the lady side and I thought Spanish mission I I actually thought he was totally out of position and thought that he was about to have a Jamie Spencer Special before he was able to overcome it and get the job done so a little bit. I know that the horse was capable of overcoming his writer. I I would imagine he he should be one of the better distant sources that we could potentially see over here next year given that he's going to be off now until the spring and there's just obviously connections that have problems shipping over the Grand Prix North American Jockey Club invitational brought to you by whatever most pretentious name of all time that was one of the most oddly run races I've ever seen first of all. I don't know how the hell everybody knew. Marconi was winning that race for fun and then to watch the riders of both realm and roaming union gather a hold of their horses so strongly almost as if they were waiting for Marconi to catch up and take the lead after he blew the break so that he could go one sixteen flat it was basically sort of the epitome of what we complain about left and right about American American dirt racing right now and you know in this day and age of sort of turf occasion of American racing where everybody points to turf races races are run like turf races. It's almost as if one horse makes the lead all the other guys say okay well. They're the pacesetter we're just GONNA go ahead and sit back and wait for them to come back to us and the majority of the time on the dirt that just doesn't happen even so shockingly Marconi was able to set a pedestrian pace and and went on with it and I I obviously would not have been a big fan of his at the price he went off often. We talked about how it looked like a bit more competitive race on paper the other todd pletcher trainee your to blame. I thought ran pretty well. He was able to stop the pace on the inside but you know I don't y horse like roaming union was in there if he wasn't GonNa GonNa contest the pace especially given that he's from connections like Michelle Navin who generally have a pretty decent idea how to win dirt racist so that was is a little bit of a head scratcher. you know look my personal opinion is that if there's any thought given to this turf triple. I really hope that same amount of money is committed to a dirt program and trying trying to incentivize horsemen to get there and run on dirt more frequently really try and build up the claiming ranks again because it's kind of embarrassing through the first three days of racing. I'm I'm sorry through the first three days of Racing Belmont there were seventy eight horses total entered to run on dirt and there are over seventy eight horses enter to run dirt in the first day at Churchill so I if the same number number of races and and that's that's not good. That's a big big problem that creates a big problem in the winter so that's my hope for it as it is. I guess we'll see probably a little bit better from Spanish mission in the Diese Lisa next year well we turn to Belmont today and into the weekend a couple of very good maiden races actually as part of that card and maybe we'll touch on them but let's let's look at the cross country pick five and it is comprised of of the three three of the stakes would bind the Canadian the mile and the northern dancer that you know you the top of your head. You wouldn't have thought it the three of them were as complex as actually I think they are and then the pebbles and the turf sprint claiming nightcap the eleventh at Belmont so let's start with the Canadian you know this is an interesting field the and really they'll competition. Idea should probably go off a pretty solid favorite. I don't really see how tactically you could make a real stand with her and she's a horseshoe. Obviously needs to lay back and make one run and you know those types generally at the mercy of the pace and this race does not look like it's going to have really any pace speak of so so she's going to have to overcome that now. I will say that you'll Rosario getting back on board to me feels like a very good thing. It does seem like she's just a little bit better horse when he's John Her but now the flip side of that is that we know Joel style. He's GonNa take her back and let her make one run so I mean they're they're going to. There's going to have to be some pace in here that you can't really foresee and I guess the hope is that Dixie moon and or starship do believe maybe show a little bit more speed than they have before. That's if you're back competition of ideas with any great fervor because obviously what this is shaping up as a situation where Holy Helena has a big tactical advantage on the other favorite and and she's been effective at Woodbine in the past. You look good winning the dance smartly last time Jimmy was giving a little bit of time since and I think she's a horse that that will really get the run of the race and and that's GonNa make her toffee. This could be a situation where on your your pick five. You're really leaning on those two pretty heavily and maybe you could give a little bit of a nod holy Helena on one one more additional ticket. I did want to try and make a case for to Riga and my hope is the Tyler Galileo. Maybe a little bit more aggressive with her than Johnny. Velazquez was was last time he finished just length and a half behind the competition of ideas did get into a little bit of trouble amazingly. She got into trouble in the three-horse rates which it happens of course and with a little bit cleaner run maybe second off the off the layoff off the ship in we can see some improvement grim oceans been a little the little laid back with her she she ran on July twentieth didn't work until August thirty first but might be one of those horses that can stay fit without doing that. I I'm always very very in tune and was looking at his horses in these kind of scenarios as they they generally overperform relative to their odds so I'm GonNa go ahead and include Theresa's well the and will include could starship jubilee more than likely those two has backups because I think they each offers some appeal at what should be better prices than the two chalks should note that ah Jimmy Jerkins after sending Holy Elena opt for the dance smartly basically is as left her there and oh my Gosh the stronach trainer but my Woodbine what is yes thank you Mike Doyle. Mike Doyle has been handling and Jimmy is on TV with seth deny after after precision is one and he told the story about Jimmy said he got the notification is it is stable mail all that Holy Helena had worked Labor Day weekend and so gets the notice he opens it up and Airy Jerry Sees Holy Elena six longs one eleven and three Jimmy said got on the phone to this is Mike what's going on up there and he said I really don't worry though or she did it easy. Did it easy the track was the polly was slick. It was cold or whatever yeah what eleven at three and you know what I did. I brought up with Jimmy that great story that is his father told about Bo purple and going out to Hawthorn for the Hawthorne Gold Cup on Tuesday the race as was Saturday and on Tuesday he gets a call from a Chicago sportswriter and said Jerkins. I wanted to ask you for comment about outvote purples work and said what about it. He says well he he he went a mile in one thirty. Two and three Korea broke the track record or mile. I think he went to violent at eight and broke the track record. What what forty seven forty six shades or something and and and Jerkin said you know? I'm sure he'll be fine and sure enough. He went out and won the Gold Cup but that was funny. One one eleven and three
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"Good morning. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is accusing attorney general William bar of lying to congress and a house committee chairman wants to hold bar in contempt. We'll have the latest coming up on morning edition from NPR news. The contempt charge comes from bars. Refusal to release the entire Muller reports to the house without redaction. I'm David grin, and I made some Martin. So what will bars next move be? And will we see Robert Mueller himself on Capitol Hill? We'll hear from a Republican on the House Judiciary committee. Mike Johnson of Louisiana NPR's. Rob Schmitz gives us a rare view into one of China's detention cancer weavers, and we remember the gentle giant of a man who made us level bookie. It's Friday may third. Actress Christina Hendricks turns forty four years old today. News is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine herbs. The us economy remains strong as employers added more jobs than a con expected in April. The Labor Department says the unemployment rate fell to a nearly fifty year low as NPR's, Shannon. Vincent reports. Payrolls climbed by two hundred and sixty three thousand in April. And the jobless rate fell to three point six percents. Average hourly earnings growth was unchanged at three point two percent. President Trump has been calling for a Federal Reserve interest rate cut to support the economic expansion, which is poised to become the nation's longest on record at midyear. The payroll gains were uneven construction healthcare professional and business services posted gains while retail employment fell by twelve thousand NPR, Shannon, van Zandt immigrant rights groups are going to court to challenge part of the Trump administration's crackdown on my grant seeking asylum. As NPR's Joel rose reports. The groups are challenging a decision that allows detained. Asylum seekers to be held without bond. Immigrant rights groups, including the American Civil Liberties union or challenging a recent decision by attorney general William bar last month bar ruled that certain asylum seekers can be detained without a bond hearing until their cases are heard in immigration court. ACLU attorney Michael tan says that's unconstitutional asylum seekers have basic due process rights, and that means that you can't take someone's freedom away without giving them hearing the groups filed their legal challenges part of an existing case in Seattle where a federal judge recently ordered the government to provide bond hearings for asylum-seekers more quickly. But before her ruling took effect the attorney general issued his own decision. Joel rose NPR news. So Sudan's rival leaders are meeting in Ethiopia today to try to salvage a peace deal. They signed in September ten to five years civil war. But experts are worried about whether the fragile peace deal will hold and bring real Justice to it's victims. Lima Conde has more from Nairobi the president of south Sudan Salva Kiir met with his rival rebel leader rake machine to try and finalize the Peacedale. They had signed last year the deal requires a transitional unity government to be established. By may twelfth paving the way for elections yoga to pour the research, traffic Human Rights, Watch says the violence has gone down after the peace deal. But were who's been whether Justice will be achieved for victims of brutal violence them. Peace and stability is not possible. If you do not address the various crimes that have also led to the fracturing of society this week news broke that American lobbyists that were hired by found. Cds. Government had agreed to help block a hybrid court mandated by the Peacedale. The purpose of the court is to investigate and persecute crimes for NPR news. I'm. Halima Condie in Nairobi Wall Street's trading higher at this hour, the Dow is up one hundred fifty one points at twenty six thousand four hundred fifty eight the NASDAQ is up one hundred three points at eighty one thirty nine that's up one point two percent. Five hundred is up twenty three. This is NPR. It's eight oh four I'm Cheri Glazer. With KCRW news. Facebook is banning Alex Jones, Louis Farrakhan and other extremists saying they violated its ban against hate and violence, his KCRW's. Larry parole reports this comes after years of pressure on the northern California based company to crack down the company also banned right wing leaders Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul Joseph Watson, Laura Luma and others. The ban includes Jones's site info wars, the latest bands apply to both Facebook's main service and to Instagram and extend the fan pages and other related accounts. Some have called the move censorship. Others say it signals a renewed effort by the social media giant to remove objectional mature. Israel and individuals. Promoting hate racism and anti-semitism. Critics praised the move but said there is more to be done to the platforms. A senior research analyst for the southern poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups in the US says there are still white supremacists. And other extremist figures who are actively using both platforms to spread hate. Facebook says the newly band accounts violated its policy against dangerous individuals and organizations a company has been under heavy pressure to rid its service of hate and extremist content last month, it extended its ban on hate speech to prohibit the promotion and support of white nationalism and white separatism for KCRW on Leary. Parral cities across Orange County have been struggling to find sites to build homeless shelters. Now Buena park is taking a slightly different approach as KCRW Eric Roy reports the city plans to put up a modular shelter using converted shipping containers. These days cargo containers are being turned into classrooms library. As homes and in this case, a homeless shelter for some one hundred and fifty people north of knotsberry farm, the converted shipping containers, come with, plumbing and electrical wiring already installed. That's a big advantage over trying to turn warehouses into shelters because they often need extensive renovations. The Orange County. Register reports that Buena park will get the container. Some Carson based crate modular which buys in from the port Savelli in Long Beach an existing homeless shelter in nearby. Midway city uses cargo containers as individual units, but the winning park shelter will have an open floor plan that lets group of people live in one area construction should finish. By the end of the year. One of southern California's greatest surfing pioneers has died. Mike Doyle was seventy eight. He cost his first wave in Manhattan beach in nineteen fifty four before surfing was even a thing in California. But Doyle's favorite breaks were little to the north where he became known as Malibu Mike Doyle was at the top of his game in the nineteen fifties and sixties before surfing became an international craze. And he was not thrilled. By surf bands who popularized the sport and help bring crowds to the beach started singing.
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"At the rules committee. That would do just that would've allowed small ISP the focus better on expanding. Their networks servings their customers this amendment was based on partial compromises made a hundred and fourteen hundred fifteen congress unanimously passed the house in afforded small and often rural ISP's predictability. My democratic colleagues supported the five year exemption, the two hundred fifty thousand Scribner limit last congress, but seem to forgotten their statements about the need to allow small ISP's provide broadband access rather than being bogged down with these regulations, we've seen broadband investment innovation Klein during the time the internet internet was regulated under the framework that HR sixteen forty four would establish. This has been verified through studies. But also in recent energy and commerce committee hearing when a witness who owns a small SPN, Oregon testified on the hampering effects the twenty fifteen order head on his own business, and well this can quantify quantify lost investment. We do not know the advances in technology. We have missed out on due to limited resources directed toward innovation on the client of not knowing we still do not know the seven hundred plus regulations that HR sixteen forty four with firmly forbear from either before we probably lock in anything. I believe congress should know exactly what we are locking in. We've them. Authority for this list, some multiple times and not received it. That's why found that would have required. The FCC produce this list at the Bill does become wall. I support net neutrality, but I cannot support HR sixteen forty four. We should be fighting the American people with real net neutrality solution rather than pushing for an agenda that does not have the capability to become law and won't protect the. I think the gentleman for yielding and mistrial back. Gentleman. Yields back the gentleman from pensive this is of C span radio programming from Wednesday. The gentleman from Pennsylvania is recognized. Thank you, Mr Speaker. My friends keep talking about the government take over the internet. I'm glad to see that. They're finally taking a stand against the fully five G nationalization proposal that the Trump administration can't seem to stop talking about democrat, Mike Doyle. With that. Mr Chairman, I will yield two minutes to the gentleman from North Carolina. Mr. Butterfield, the gentleman from North Carolina is recognized. Thank you, chairman Doyle yielding time this afternoon. Mr Chairman, I rise today in support of HR one six four four sixteen forty four phone calls and letters from constituents make it abundantly clear they want to see broadband internet expanded in their communities. They want greater consumer protections. And they want it. Now, the digital divide is holding them down until someone has lived in a community..
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"And we all believe in open and free internet. We believe in net neutrality net neutrality is not titled to near limitless government management of the internet net neutrality does not need the harmful heavy entered approach of title to net neutrality does not require a government takeover of the internet that Mr Chairman, I reserve bounce my time the gentleman reserves the gentlemen from Pennsylvania is recognized. Thank you what my friend refers to as takeover the internet. We call protecting consumers, and that's what we're asking the FCC to do. Tim, Mike Doyle. I yield now two minutes to the chairman of the full energy and commerce committee, Mr. Pallone. Germany's thank thank you. Thank the chimney of telecommunications and internet subcommittee for all the work that he's done on this net neutrality legislation. We're here today to debate and vote on a Bill that will keep the internet free and open and that sounds like a big deal, and it is a big deal. The save the internet act ensures that consumers have control over their internet experience rather than internet service providers. This is just common sense. Each of us should be able to decide what videos we watch which sites we read and which services we use. Nobody should be able to influence that choice not the government and not the large companies that run the networks and this legislation not only protects consumers from large corporations that also strengthens our economy by promoting innovation and small business net neutrality ensures that any business no matter how small the same internet at the same speed. As giant corporate interests. That's only fair there should not be favorites. HR sixteen. Forty four will return strong net neutrality protections to the internet for over a decade, both Republican and democratic FCC's have restricted is peas.
"mike doyle" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"That they do in the five G capabilities that we have will make us an even better lifeline provider. A second, sir. I I would submit I want to make sure that their commitment honored what they do how for how long. Or as long as the contracts are available. So how long are those contracts available for? Those are contract to self renew. And we have a spot of the merger. We have discussed the new T mobile will basically on our older commitments and will continue to be a fierce competitor. In the lifeline the same way that a spring has been as long as the contracts go into the extended future is just can contract life of that particular contracts. Can we be clear second? I'm sorry. It's my tie. Okay. Sorry, sir. I I just. Somebody who represents tribal nations twelve. Somebody that represents vast amount of towns in rural America, I'm really concerned from what I've heard and Mr. I'm gonna try to get your name. Right. But I'm no, I'm not gonna do it. Berenberg BRAC wreck. No, never mind. What what do you anticipate this mergers impacts could be on the tribal tribal lifeline program? And do you anticipate the FCC and the DOJ will meaningfully enforce any conditional commitments made as part of an approval, and any thing that we talked about here if you have comment on that short. And then you hear the question, and this is this is an important line of questioning I'm glad that committee is has gone into this. So as you know, tribal lands are some of the most underserved areas of the country. Facilities based providers often provide wholesale services to resellers that serve the tribal lifeline. Marketplace. One big concern in this merger that we've talked about here is we're consolidating that MVP. No, sorry that wholesale marketplace. Under only three providers who have fewer incentives to provide low cost wholesale access and Jerry miss miss Benadryl spoken to this a little bit. So what what we think that means is the incentives in the marketplace will be to increase the costs that those resellers have to tribal resellers have to play for lifeline, resellers that serve tribal lands. Paper lifeline driving up the cost in the lifeline marketplace, potentially driving some of those resellers that serve those communities that you care about out of the market entirely potentially leaving those consumers without any lifeline provider. Thank you. Thank you. This is the chamber. Could I make a final comment please shortly which is just that? With all the concerns about rural America. This transaction is the best path forward for this country to solve the issues of rural America, so I- vehemently believe that's the best path forward. Okay. All time has expired. To enter the following documents into the record a map from CWA of sprint and T Mobile's retail distribution for Newark. New Jersey and op Ed by former reps from Waxman and toes in a statement for the record from consumer reports a blog post from encompass a report from the Vermont department of public service a map of T mobile wireless coverage a report from the democracy reform task force. A report by GSA inspector general a letter from Representative cardinals at all John Leger a letter from the national diversity coalition. A letter from case a letter from j Kenneth Blackwell a letter from let freedom ring a letter from consumers research a letter from Americans for limited government, a letter from America's for tax reform, a letter to the FCC and DOJ for members of congress and last but not least a letter from coalition members with. Without objection. That is so ordered. Well, I want to thank the witnesses for their participation in today's hearing. And I want to remind members that pursuant to committee roles they have ten business days to submit additional questions for the record to be answered by the witnesses who have appeared I ask each witness to respond promptly to any such questions. You may receive at this time, the subcommittee is adjourned. Congressman Mike Doyle democrat from Pennsylvania. He chairs the house energy and commerce subcommittee on communications and technology. There's live hearing featured the testimony of the CEO of T mobile the executive chair of sprint. Also, the president.
T-Mobile says Sprint merger will boost 5G speeds by up to 6 times
"Pending merger of sprint and T mobile that subcommittees chaired by Mike Doyle of Pennsylvania. Before we get started. I want to express my condolences to congresswoman Debbie Dingle on the loss of her husband. John John was a dear friend and mentor to me and many members of this committee is passion for oversight accountability legislative process in his lifetime of public services. An example to all of us his passing is great loss door nation, the congress and this committee, which he loved so much John may you rest in peace. Jerrell now recognize himself for five minutes. Welcome to the subcommittee on communication and technologies hearing on protecting consumers and competition and examination of the T mobile sprint merger. This hearing is noteworthy because the last time a merger hearing was had before the subcommittee was almost nine years ago. And in that time there have been numerous mergers within the subcommittee's jurisdiction that have gone without a hearing. I believe it's the duty of this subcommittee to allow our members to publicly discussing debate the merits of these transactions and the question the relevant. Stakeholders the merchant before us today is between two of our country's national wireless providers T mobile and sprint these companies have acted as disrupters competitors and low cost options in the wireless. Marketplace. T Mobile's ankerium strategy has ended anti consumer practices such as data caps restrictive. Concrete contracts and much more. They have also worked hard to build a robust national network that by some accounts is the fastest in the nation. For its part sprint has been a leader. And roaming agreements for rural providers and wholesale access for prepaid and lifeline providers. Sprint has worked. Hard to bring its networks that within one percent of rises in terms of network reliability. Or so their commercial say-so consumers have also benefited from sprint positioning itself. As the best value. They are offering a plan right now where new customers can get a year of free service when they switched from another carrier, which sounds amazing. However, this hearing isn't about the benefits that both of your companies have brought to the market. It's about the extrordinary impact that you're combined company could have on the public and the marketplace if this merger goes through we will hear today from the Communication Workers of America from the world wireless association and public knowledge they claim that this merger will have. Negative impacts on low. Income consumers rural providers and jobs in the wireless industry. CWA's testimony suggests that this merger will result in up to thirty thousand job losses in the industry and a reduction in industry pay by as much as three thousand dollars for employee the rural broadbands associations testimony argues that rule consumers will pay more. They claim that sprint charges twenty times less than T mobile or other national carriers for roaming agreements, these agreements allow customers of rural carriers who build their own networks in the most rural communities they use their phones throughout the country. What guarantees rural providers have that they won't face increased cost if t mobile doesn't adopt sprints practices and public knowledge is testimony states that consumer prices will go up due to the reduction in the number of national carriers from four to three they argue that the merger. Would hit low income consumers the hardest because the number of carriers offering wholesale access would drop from three to sprint AT, and T and T mobile so access to their networks to prepaid and lifeline providers who then sell that service under their own brands what remedy to these carriers or their customers. Have if the not mobile decides it wants to get out of the wholesale business or drastically raise rates to that end the FCC found in their communications. Marketplace report that the wireless market concentration was currently at thirty one hundred h h h h I'm measures how competitive market is with a higher number. Meaning it's less competitive. The Justice Department's horizontal merger guidelines state that a market with an h H I above twenty five hundred is highly concentrated, so we really aren't starting from a great spot an increase of. Two hundred points would raise significant concerns about competition. This merger is expected to result in a market power increase of two hundred eighty points for the post played market and two thousand fourteen points for the prepaid market that would take the prepaid market from where it is right now at twenty four sixty seven which is just under the OJ's threshold to forty four eighty one a level that raises lots of red flags these kinds of numbers have historically resulted in higher prices for consumers less competition unless innovation I appreciate both executive statement that they believe that this merger will benefit consumers and result in lower prices and their commitments to an accelerated deployment of five G and the promises of expanded rural broadband, these are national objectives that are important to me and many members of this committee. However, I've seen a lot of mergers in this. Industry and others. And it's hard to think a one where consolidation didn't result in people losing their jobs prices going up and innovation being slightly. I look forward to hearing from the testimony from our two telephone companies that wish to merge in from the other panelists and with that. I yield to the ranking Member Mr ladder for five minutes favors chairman if I could just take a point of personal privilege also to express, my deepest sympathies to our friend and colleague, Debbie Dingle on the loss of chairman Dingell. And the chairman love this committee in this room is named after and I had the privilege of getting to know him in my days now. On this committee grind, I got congress. Again, he loved this committee. He loved this house. But most of all he loves his district state of Michigan in all that he did fourth. So with that. I wish the Bengals my my deepest sympathies on the loss of chairman. And again, this Sharon, thank you very much for convening. Our panel of us today into our witnesses. Thanks for much for being we appreciate your time. I look forward to hearing your expertise in different perspectives
T-Mobile, Sprint executives face skeptical House panel
"Barriers executives of T mobile and sprint have been defending their merger deal during testimony today before the house communications subcommittee committee chairman Mike Doyle, said the merger could bring market concentration to a level that raises lots of red flags, and he asked t mobile chief executive John Leger. Tell me why you think this isn't going to result in some of the things we've seen in other mergers where it did raise prices which different about this the outcome of this merger will be eight times the capacity that our network will make available. It will bring in eighty seven percent decline in the price of data and jobs will go up committee. Democrats also invited consumer groups to justify the merger would have monopolistic
"mike doyle" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Go to Nancy Lyons for check on world and national news. Thanks, greg. President Trump says he does not want another government shutdown, but he's not yet committing the signing the new bipartisan border security deal will be getting it. We'll be looking for land mines because you could have that you know, it's been known dappling before two people, but we have not gotten it yet. It'll be sent to us at some point. And we'll take a very serious look at it accepting the deal would be a disappointment for the president who has repeatedly insisted he needs five point seven billion dollars for a barrier along the US Mexico border. A deal does allow for one point four billion to be spent on border barriers executives of T mobile and sprint are defending their merger deal is they testify before the house communications subcommittee. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports. From Capitol Hill committee chairman Mike Doyle said the merger could bring market concentration to a level that raises lots of red flags, and he asks t mobile chief executive John Leger. Tell me why you think this isn't going to result in some of the things we've seen in other mergers where did raise prices what's different about this the outcome of this merger will be eight times the capacity that our network will make available. It will bring in eighty seven percent decline in the price of data and jobs will go up committee. Democrats also invited consumer groups to testify that the merger would have monopolistic downsides on Capitol Hill, Irv Chapman, Bloomberg radio. The Justice department has indicted, a former US air force counter intelligence specialists who defected to Iran. The charges include revealing classified information and research to the. Tehran government. Monica wit defected in two thousand thirteen and she is currently at large global news twenty four hours a day.
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"To becoming one of the world's richest drug lords, his attorneys had said they needed more time to review thousands of pages of documents related to the witnesses that will testify the judge rejected their argument, however, saying nobody will be as ready to try the case as they'd like on either side. Given the complex nature of the proceedings James flippin NBC, News Radio New York, Pennsylvania congressman, Mike Doyle is calling for action following the deadly Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. Doyle stressed that responsible speech needs to start at the top noting that just because we can say something doesn't mean we should the Democrats said political rhetoric needs to be toned down. And viewpoints of all Americans need to be respected. Police in